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340    MANGUM FAMILY (Culbreth Rd)

      Location - on Culbreth Rd south of the Tar River.

      Coordinates: 36d 17m 07.3s N; 78d 43m 42.8s W Click here for Google maps

      Directions: Drive to Berea on Hwy 158W. Turn left onto Culbreth Rd. Cross Tar River. There is a large two story house back from the road on the left. The cemetery is to the right of the house at the edge of a field/woods. This cemetery is behind the O'Briant-Tingen Family Cemetery and is enclosed by its own fence but still attached to the O'Briant-Tingen Cemetery.

      Recorded for the Granville County Genealogy Society by Mildred Goss, Jessie McLam, Kitty Humphries and Bonnie Breedlove, April 2008.

  1. Dennis, Christine Mangrum   (b. 30 Jun 1923 - d. 30 Jun 1971)
      • Wife of Ollie Dennis; Daughter of C.L. and Eleanor Price Mangum
  2. Mangum, Calahan (C.L.)   (b. 14 Aug 1889 - d. 8 Apr 1970)
      • Husband of Eleanor Mangum. Son of Gustin and Elector Oakley Mangum. WW-I North Carolina Cook Co M 119 Infantry
  3. Mangum, David W.   (b. 15 Apr 1927 - d. 17 Apr 1927)
      • Son of C.L. and Eleanor Mangum
  4. Mangum, Eleanor   (b. 15 Jul 1902 - d. 16 Feb 1956)
      • Wife of C.L. Mangum
  5. Mangum, Mary Lee   (b. 22 Jan 1922 - d. 2 Oct 1942)
      • Daughter of C.L. and Eleanor Mangum

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