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424    JONES FAMILY (Wayside Farm Rd)

      Location - on Wayside Farm Rd, about 0.7 mile south of NC Hwy 96, on the right.

      Coordinates: 36d 05m 52.1s N; 78d 33m 37.3s W Click here for Google maps

      These are the kinfolk of Garland Catlett on his mother's side of his family. The cemetery is on the property at 1607 Wayside Farm Rd.

      Survey by Brenda Caddell in August 2017.


  1. Harris, E. Laura   (b. 1851 - d. 1885)
  2. Jones, Celestia Vie   (b. 6 May 1852 - d. 25 Jan 1925)
      • Daughter of Robert A. Jones and Mary Ann Mayes Jones.
  3. Jones, J. J. W. "Uncle"   (b. 1821 - d. 1895)
  4. Jones, Mary Ann Mayes   (b. 29 Apr 1819 - d. 1879)
      • Wife of Robert A. Jones.
  5. Jones, Mary Robert "Mollie"   (b. 29 Mar 1863 - d. 23 Jul 1935)
      • Daughter of Robert A. Jones and Mary Ann Mayes Jones.
  6. Jones, Robert A.   (b. 31 Jul 1811 - d. 1879)
      • Husband of Mary Ann Mayes Jones. He was born in Virginia.
  7. Jones, William Mayes   (b. 18 Dec 1854 - d. 8 Mar 1943)
      • Widowed. Husband of Jeanette Jones. Son of Robert A. Jones and Mary Ann Mayes Jones. Died in the Masonic Home in Greensboro NC.


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