Cemetery Census
                       Cemetery Records on the Web

Cemetery Census
 

HOME     ABOUT US     CEMETERY LAW      HOW TO HELP

CemeteryCensus.com

Johnston County North Carolina Cemeteries

Other NC County Cemeteries

Index of All Cemeteries         Alphabetical Index of All Burials         Previous Page

Use the following to search across all the cemeteries listed.
Example: "Smith,  Roger" (yes, use the quotes)
Search for:

0785    RAND

      Location - Wake Co..


      On Hwy 50 Benson to Garner, past Swift Creek bridge on the left past a dirt road, in a field. Iron fence around it with large Rand stone. In fair condition. On Parker Rand farm across from Rand Mill.

      Compiler: Elizabeth E Ross.


  1. Parker, Amanda Sophia Rand   (b. 18 Mar 1838 - d. 9 Oct 1879)
      • wife of Harry Parker
  2. Rand, Harrison   (b. 1797 - d. 29 Jul 1861)
      • son of Walter & Mary Parker Rand
  3. Rand, John   (b. 1750 - d. Unknown)
      • born in Isle of Wight Co VA. Attorney at Law. son of William & Sophia Rand
  4. Rand, Mary Parker   (b. 1764 - d. 1841)
      • wife of Walter Rand. daughter of Elias & Elizabeth Parker
  5. Rand, Nancy Fort   (b. Unknown - d. Unknown)
      • wife of Parker Rand. daughter of William S & Charlotte Fort Rand
  6. Rand, Nancy Hinton   (b. 9 Dec 1812 - d. 25 Nov 1884)
      • wife of Nathaniel G Rand
  7. Rand, Nathaniel G   (b. 18 Jan 1796 - d. 2 May 1883)
      • husband of Nancy H Rand
  8. Rand, Parker   (b. 1793 - d. Unknown)
      • brother of Harrison Rand
  9. Rand, Pherabee Parker Mial   (b. 23 Jul 1801 - d. 1 Dec 1843)
      • wife of N G Rand
  10. Rand, Walter   (b. Apr 1761 - d. 12 Dec 1812)
      • (3 years In Rev War)


Web page updated 14 July 2016


Index of All Cemeteries         Alphabetical Index of All Burials         Previous Page


Contact
This web page is Copyright (c) 1996-2016 Cemetery Census. All Rights Reserved.
All photographs are copyright by the owners of each photograph. Please do not copy the pictures and
upload them to other web sites without permission. Doing so is a violation of United States Copyright Laws.