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0059    BEREA PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

      Location - Elevation. About 10 miles west of Smithfield on Hwy 210, about 1 mile east of Coats Crossroads.


      Going from Smithfield to Angier, it is on the left side of Hwy 210. In Berea church yard. Well kept. 12 graves.

      Compiler: Edna Caudill & Elizabeth Sanders, Jun 1975.


  1. Allen, Edith King   (b. 28 Dec 1921 - d. Unknown)
  2. Allen, Jerry Franklin   (b. Unknown - d. 30 Dec 19??)
      • illegible
  3. Allen, Lester Franklin   (b. 14 Apr 1916 - d. 5 Mar 1953)
      • NC Pvt 4 Corp Area
  4. Coats, James William   (b. 1882 - d. 1964)
      • husband of [Addie Leach Coats Coats and] Mary F[rances Johnson Jones] Coats
  5. Coats, Mary Frances Johnson Jones   (b. 1895 - d. 1966)
      • [2nd] wife of James William Coats
  6. Faircloth, Bruce   (b. 1971 - d. 1971)
      • son of Betty Jean Faircloth
  7. Flowers, Infant   (b. Unknown - d. Unknown)
      • infant of William H & Lucinda Flowers
  8. Jones, A V   (b. 9 May 1913 - d. 29 Mar 1958)
  9. Jones, John D   (b. Unknown - d. Unknown)
  10. Lassiter, Lester W   (b. 12 Sep 1902 - d. 18 Nov 1945)
  11. Pollard, Chaster A   (b. 22 Nov 1899 - d. Unknown)
  12. Pollard, Cornelia Harper   (b. 28 Jan 1902 - d. 12 Sep 1954)


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