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006    STATON, HENRY LAFAYETTE FAMILY

      Location - on east side of Colonial Rd, about 1.1 miles south of Hwy 258.

      Coordinates: 35d 50m 49.4s N; 77d 33m 18.5s W Click here for Google maps

      This cemetery is a family cemetery located outside Tarboro in Edgecombe County off Colonial Road, due South of Princeville and north of Highway 42. The cemetery is hidden in the edge of the woods by a small field on Colonial Road, and is the family cemetery of one of Edgecombe County's wealthiest planters. The site holds at least 4 members of the Staton family, with beautifully carved headstones in good condition. The cemetery is surrounded by an iron gate enclosure.

      Survey reported by William Kittrell.


  1. Staton, Henry Lafayette   (b. Oct 1824 - d. 13 Nov 1886)
      • Husband of Margaret Batts Staton.
  2. Staton, Lucy Clemont   (b. 10 Jan 1855 - d. 23 Nov 1943)
      • Daughter of Henry Lafayette Staton and Margarte Batts Staton.
  3. Staton, Margaret "Maggie"   (b. 10 Aug 1859 - d. 11 Dec 1893)
      • Daughter of Henry Lafayette Staton and Margarte Batts Staton.
  4. Staton, Margaret Batts   (b. 1 Sep 1828 - d. 3 May 1890)
      • Wife of Henry Lafayette Staton. Daughter of Benjamin Batts and Lucy Bryan Batts.


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