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1066    STANCIL, KUTHER FAMILY

      Location - On Debro Rd about 850 feet from Meadow Rd.

      Coordinates: 35d 38m 38.8s N; 78d 12m 23.7s W Click here for Google maps

      Directions: From Clayton, travel about 14 miles East on Hwy 42 to Old Beulah Rd (SR-1934). Turn right onto Old Beulah Rd and travel about 2.5 miles to Meadow Road. Turn left onto Meadow Road and travel about 0.5 mile to Debro Road. Turn right onto Debro Road. Cemetery is located about 850 feet on the right.

      Burials are located in the front yard of the residence at 961 Debro Road. The family no longer owns the land, but the cemetery is well kept. According to family, a brick crypt which housed the Stancils, no longer exists. Unknown when the Stancils were buried under the front lawn.

      Survey and photographs by Gerry Morgan in March 2016.


  1. Stancil, Kuther Debro   (b. 2 Dec 1920 - d. 18 Mar 2008)
      • Husband of Leona Garner Stancil. Married 3 Dec 1938. Son of Rev. William Debro Stancil and Lucy Gray Broadwell Stancil. Loving Husband, Father and Grandfather.
  2. Stancil, Leona Garner   (b. 23 Jan 1920 - d. 13 June 2004)
      • Wife of Kuther Debro Stancil. Married 3 Dec 1938. Daughter of Unknown Garner from Bailey NC. Loving Wife, Mother and Grandmother.


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