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008    DELIVERANCE TABERNACLE

      Located on north Bivins Road (SR 1453) near Orange County line.

      Coordinates: 36d 06m 35.0s N; 78d 58m 21.0s W Click here for Google maps

      Well maintained and in use, this cemetery has four marked graves. Canvassed by Robin Winfree and Doris Tilley (1980). Additional updates provided in September 2004.


  1. Eubanks, Barbara Ann Brooks   (b. Feb 193? - d. 22 Dec 2002)
      • Spouse - Harry Dellander Eubanks, Jr.
  2. Eubanks, Harry Dellander, Jr.   (b. 28 Nov 1937 - d. 15 Sep 2002)
      • Spouse - Barbara Ann Brooks Eubanks
  3. Eubanks, Rayan Keith   (b. 10 Aug 1973 - d. 29 Oct 1976)
  4. Eubanks, Virginia   (b. 1945 - d. 1979)
  5. Massey, Annie Rose Eubanks   (b. 1 Jul 1929 - d. 4 Jun 2001)
      • Spouse: Raeford Massey, Sr.
  6. Massey, Dail Lamar   (b. 16 Sep 1949 - d. 16 Dec 1998)
      • Youngest son of Raeford and Annie Massey.
  7. Massey, Raeford, Sr.   (b. 16 Apr 1927 - d. 7 Dec 1976)
      • Spouse: Annie Rose Eubanks Massey
  8. Massey-Corbett, Marcia Ann   (b. 8 Feb 1952 - d. 1 Mar 2004)
      • Oldest daughter of Raeford and Annie Massey.
  9. Webb, Effie   (b. - d. 1978)


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