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206    CHAPPELL FAMILY

      Location - on Beaverdam Rd. south of Creedmoor about 1/10 mile from Hwy 50.


      Directions: From Creedmoor drive toward Raleigh; turn left on Beaverdam Rd.; go 1/10 mile; turn left up a nice driveway to a large old house and bear right at the house and circle behind the house to the woods directly behind the house. The cemetery is in the edge of the woods on the right (there is a field between the house and the woods).

      Canvassed by Jessie McLam and Mildred Goss, April 2001.

      8 Fieldstones
      1 Funeral Home Marker
      1 Unidentified Grave


  1. Cash, Atlas   (b. 3 Mar 1872 - d. 3 May 1872)
      • aged 2 mo. (in WPA Records)
  2. Cash, Infant   (b. 15 Apr 1877 - d. 15 Apr 1877)
      • Son. (in WPA Records)
  3. Chappell, Betsie A.   (b. - d. 19 Jun 1880)
      • Wife of John W. Chappell. Age 55 yrs. (WPA list name as Betsy A. Chappell)
  4. Chappell, John W.   (b. 27 Feb 1821 - d. 12 Mar 1895)
  5. Chappell, R.J.   (b. 17 Sep 1856 - d. 4 Jul 1857)
      • Age 9 m, 17 d
  6. Sherin, Walter   (b. 25 Nov 1872 - d. 20 Oct 1873)
      • Son of Washington J. and Arminia Sherin


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