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078    HILLSBOROUGH OLD TOWN CEMETERY (CA. 1757)

      Location - In Hillsborough on town Lot 98 (1 acre) plus a 32 ft wide Strip from the eastern side of Lot 97, at the northwest intersection of Churton Street and Tryon Street.

      Coordinates: 36d 04m 39.0s N; 79d 06m 00.0s W Click here for Google maps

      Survey - This cemetery was surveyed In 1966 and rechecked on September 25, 1973.

      Graves, Marked - There were 184 marked graves.

      Graves, Unmarked - There were 47 unmarked graves. These are listed by number As 'Grave, Unidentified' and the location in the cemetery is given.

      Archibald Murphy pictures by Chris Holaday in 2009.


  1. Albea, Willie ('Little Willie')   (b. 9 Jan 1853 - d. 12 Jan 1853)
      • Son of Rev W and E Albea, Aged 3 dys
  2. Alves, Gavin   (b. - d. 1812)
      • Died in 1812
  3. Alves, Mary   (b. - d. )
  4. Anderson, Francis Hawks   (b. - d. 1 Aug 1833)
      • Aged 9 Hrs. Infant Son of Walker and Phoebe Anderson. (Stonecutter'S Mark: 'Davidson Fecit. Petersbg, Va.)
  5. Anderson, Mary Williams   (b. - d. )
      • (Wife of Thomas J Anderson) Buried Near Thomas J Anderson
  6. Anderson, Thomas J   (b. 1787 - d. 19 Dec 1868)
      • Aged 79 Yrs. 7 Mos. and 4 Dys. Wife, Mary Williams Anderson, Buried Nearby Grave Unmarked
  7. Badgett, Maria F Lynch   (b. - d. 19 Nov 1932)
      • Wife of William S Badgett
  8. Badgett, William S   (b. 1845 - d. 9 Jan 1875)
      • Age 30 Yrs.
  9. Barton, Harriet   (b. - d. 13 Jul 1885)
      • 'As a Friend She was Faithful Unto Death'
  10. Barton, Sarah C   (b. 1835 - d. 16 Aug 1852)
      • Ag'D 17 Yrs. 5 Mos. 28 Dys.
  11. Bell, Benjamin Hardesty   (b. 25 Jul 1837 - d. 5 Jun 1909)
  12. Bell, Caroline Berry   (b. 22 May 1845 - d. 23 Aug 1927)
      • Wife of Benjamin Hardesty Bell
  13. Berry, Cicero   (b. 1831 - d. 1904)
      • Son of John and Elizabeth Berry
  14. Berry, Elizabeth   (b. 1840 - d. 1909)
      • Daughter of John and Elizabeth Berry
  15. Berry, Elizabeth Vincent   (b. 1803 - d. 1888)
      • Wife of John Berry
  16. Berry, John   (b. 1798 - d. 1870)
      • Member of N C Legislature, N C State Senator 1848-50, 1852, 1864-66. Presidential Elector. Member Conventions 1851 and 1865. (Masonic Insignia on Shaft)
  17. Berry, Maria   (b. 1843 - d. 1923)
      • (Sheaf of Lilies on Cross)
  18. Berry, Rosanna   (b. 1836 - d. 1860)
      • 'Gone Home' (Oak Leaves and Grape Leaves and Vine)
  19. Bradshaw, H S (Dr. D D)   (b. 1863 - d. 1939)
      • Pastor For 39 Yrs. Hillsboro Presbyterian Church. Wife Mary Nash Bradshaw.
  20. Bradshaw, Margaret Foster Tadlock   (b. - d. 17 Jul 1896)
      • Wife of Rev. H S Bradshaw
  21. Bradshaw, Mary Nash   (b. - d. 21 Jan 1933)
      • Wife of Dr. H S Bradshaw. 'Her Price Above Rubies'
  22. Brown, Abigail (Mrs.)   (b. 15 Aug 1768 - d. 15 Mar 1835)
      • 'A.B.'..who was born in New Jersey, Aged 67 Yrs.
  23. Brown, Anne Vasseur   (b. 1 Aug 1859 - d. 11 Dec 1884)
      • Daughter of H N and M P Brown
  24. Brown, Annie E Wilson   (b. 9 Jan 1867 - d. 30 Apr 1893)
      • Wife of Henry N Brown, Jr.
  25. Brown, Henry N Jr.   (b. 13 May 1864 - d. 9 Oct 1922)
  26. Brown, Henry Nicholas   (b. 16 Aug 1831 - d. 14 Jan 1908)
  27. Brown, Julia Estelle   (b. 16 Oct 1861 - d. 8 Nov 1885)
      • Daughter of H N and M P Brown 'She Hath Done What She Could.' (Stonecutter'S Mark: Hj Hege, Lexington, N C)
  28. Brown, Louise   (b. - d. 29 Oct 1883)
      • Infant Daughter of L T and J Brown. Aged 6 Mos. 28 Dys. 'Sleep on Sweet Babe and Take Thy Rest. God Called her Home, he Thought It Best.' (Broken Bud on Tombstone)
  29. Brown, Margaret Hooker   (b. 11 Mar 1839 - d. 21 Apr 1923)
      • Wife of Henry N Brown, Sr.
  30. Bruce, George W   (b. 9 Jan 1800 - d. 21 Dec 1878)
  31. Burwell, Frances Armistead   (b. 17 May 1838 - d. 27 Apr 1856)
      • Third Daughter of Rev. R and M a Burwell, Died on Board Steamer Jamestown Between New York and Norfolk 27 Apr 1856
  32. Cheek, John Thomas   (b. 24 Nov 1855 - d. 22 Aug 1857)
      • Son of John and M J Cheek
  33. Clark, Anna Thorne   (b. 20 Apr 1883 - d. 23 Jul 1884)
      • Infant Daughter of Walter and Susan Clark. Aged 1 Yr. 3 Mo. and 3 Dys. 'Of Such Is the Kingdom of Heaven.'
  34. Coit, Elizabeth   (b. 1837 - d. 4 Jun 1852)
      • Daughter of David and Maria Coit of Marlborough District, S. C. Died While at School in This Town on the 4th Day of Jun 1852. Aged 15 Yrs. 2 Mos.
  35. Cooley, Ann Eliza   (b. 12 Jun 1806 - d. 13 Feb 1883)
      • 'Our Mother'. Daughter of William and Mary Chapman Born Near Fayetteville. Wife of Rev. Charles Loveland Cooley.
  36. Cooley, Charles Loveland (Rev.)   (b. 27 Jun 1794 - d. 7 Nov 1866)
      • 'Our Father'. Son of Elihu and Rhoda Cooley. Born in Glastonbury, Ct.
  37. Cooley, Emily Eliza   (b. 26 Apr 1837 - d. 30 Dec 1869)
      • Daughter of Charles L and E a (I.e., a E) Cooley. Aged 32 Yrs. 8 Mos. 4 Dys. (rose on Tomb)
  38. Dickson, Thos   (b. - d. 28 Aug 1883)
      • Cameron'S Battery, Co E, 13th Batt. N.C. Vols. C.S.A.
  39. Fairholt, O (Mrs.)   (b. - d. )
      • (Grave Unmarked. Scots Lady Befriended by Mrs John Wall Norwood. in Extreme Northeast Corner of Norwood Plot)
  40. Faucett, William H   (b. 14 Apr 1829 - d. 15 Feb 1864)
      • Aged 34 Yrs. 10 Mos. and 1 Dy.
  41. Fontaine, John D Esq.   (b. 1799 - d. 17 Feb 1822)
      • 'Who Departed This Life on the 17th Day of Feb. in the Year of Our Lord 1822 in the 23 Year of his Age. Erected by the Hand of Friendship As a Memorial of the Genuine Worth and Most Amiable Character of the Deceased. he Yielded to his Fate with the Firmness of a Man and the Humble Resignation of a Christian.'
  42. Freeland, Christina A   (b. 1829 - d. 21 Jul 1852)
      • Wife of Dr. C J Freeland Aged 22 Yrs, 8 Mo.
  43. Freeland, John L   (b. - d. 1 Sep 1852)
      • Son of Dr. C J and C a Freeland. Aged 2 Mo. 15 Dys.
  44. Freeland, John L (2)   (b. 1854 - d. 26 Jul 1855)
      • Son of Dr. C J and M E Freeland. Aged 13 Mos. 3 Dys.
  45. Gallaway, John   (b. 1801 - d. 25 Apr 1820)
      • 'Who Died in the 19th Year of his Age. Crown'D with Virtue Esteem'D and Bless'D. he Sunk Into Eternal Rest.'
  46. Gay, Annie Bryant   (b. 26 Apr 1895 - d. 11 Jun 1896)
      • Daughter of J E and M H Gay
  47. Graham, Alfred Octavius   (b. 12 Apr 1853 - d. 18 Jul 1854)
      • Son of W a and S W Graham
  48. Graham, Eugene Berrien   (b. 20 Dec 1858 - d. 7 May 1863)
      • Youngest Son of W a and S W Graham
  49. Graham, Infant Son   (b. - d. 14 Jul 1885)
      • Infant Son of a W and Lucy a Graham
  50. Graham, R D (Capt.)   (b. - d. 27 Jun 1905)
      • Co. D, 56th Regt. C.S.A.
  51. Graham, Sophronia   (b. 2 Sep 1877 - d. 24 Nov 1885)
      • First Born of a W and Lucy a Graham. (Spray of Lillies-Of-The-Valley and Dove). Stonelamb at Foot Stonecutters Mark: Van Gunden and Young, Philadelphia
  52. Graham, Susan Washington   (b. 27 Feb 1816 - d. 3 May 1890)
      • Daughter of John and Elizabeth Cobb Washington. Wife of Wm. a Graham ('She Hath Done What She Could her Children Rise Up and Call her Blessed')
  53. Graham, William Alexander   (b. 5 Sep 1804 - d. 11 Aug 1875)
      • Speaker of the House of Commons; U.S. Senator; Governor of N.C.; Secretary of U.S. Navy Member of State Convention of 1861; Senator of Confederate States; Arbitrator of Marylandvirginia Line.
  54. Grave, Unidentified #185,186   (b. - d. )
      • Richards Plot - Two Depressions North of Roscoe Taylor'S stone (No. 162) (tombstones have Stood Here)
  55. Grave, Unidentified #187   (b. - d. )
      • Richards Plot - Northwest Corner
  56. Grave, Unidentified #188   (b. - d. )
      • Richards Plot Southwest Corner
  57. Grave, Unidentified #189   (b. - d. )
      • East of Richards Plot, Base of stone Adjacent to South (Tryon St) Wall. Grave Probably in Area Nearby
  58. Grave, Unidentified #190   (b. - d. )
      • East of Richards Plot, Near Tree
  59. Grave, Unidentified #191   (b. - d. )
      • West of Walkway - Near Wall
  60. Grave, Unidentified #192   (b. - d. )
      • West of Walkway-Depression Southeast of Brick Enclosure A
  61. Grave, Unidentified #193   (b. - d. )
      • East of Graham Plot-Near Brick Enclosure A
  62. Grave, Unidentified #194,195   (b. - d. )
      • Brick Enclosure a - Two Graves
  63. Grave, Unidentified #196   (b. - d. )
      • North of and Adjacent to Brick Enclosure A, Brick Tomb with Arched Base. May Be Grave of One Or Two Children
  64. Grave, Unidentified #197   (b. - d. )
      • East of Graham Plot (Near Elizabeth J Murphy'S Brick Tomb No. 94)
  65. Grave, Unidentified #198   (b. - d. )
      • Graham Plot - Unmarked Grave (Child'S) Near South Cement Coping
  66. Grave, Unidentified #199   (b. - d. )
      • Grave in Archibald Debow Murphey Enclosure (No. 93)
  67. Grave, Unidentified #200   (b. - d. )
      • Berry Plot - East Side North of Anna Maria Law'S stone (No. 83)
  68. Grave, Unidentified #201   (b. - d. )
      • East of Phillips Plot; Near Walkway
  69. Grave, Unidentified #202   (b. - d. )
      • Nash-Strudwick Plot stone North of Mildred Watters Strudwick'S stone (No. 152)
  70. Grave, Unidentified #203   (b. - d. )
      • Nash-Strudwick Plot-Flat stone Southeast of Frances a Burwell'S stone (No. 30) (may not Be Gravestone)
  71. Grave, Unidentified #204,205,206,207   (b. - d. )
      • Brown Plot-Near West Wall, Four Graves
  72. Grave, Unidentified #208,209   (b. - d. )
      • Brown Plot East Section
  73. Grave, Unidentified #208,209   (b. - d. )
      • Brown Plot-East Section
  74. Grave, Unidentified #210   (b. - d. )
      • Central Section; North of Henry Nicholas Browns stone (No. 24)
  75. Grave, Unidentified #211   (b. - d. )
      • Turrentine Plot (Outside Northwest Corner of Walled Cemetery) Small Grave (child'S) North of Eugene Turrentine'S stone (no. 166)
  76. Grave, Unidentified #212   (b. - d. )
      • Turrentine Plot (Outside Northwest Corner of Walled Cemetery) Small Grave West of Eugene Turrentine'S stone (no. 166)
  77. Grave, Unidentified #213   (b. - d. )
      • Brick Tomb with Slab Near South Wall of Church. Child'S Tomb. Inscription Worn Away
  78. Grave, Unidentified #214   (b. - d. )
      • Brick Tomb East of Church Annex. Slab Cover Lost. Probably a Grave of the Nelson Family
  79. Grave, Unidentified #215   (b. - d. )
      • Part of Headstone at Grave Immediately West of Thomas J Anderson'S stone (No. 5) East of Walkway. Stonecutter'S Mark: N.t. Milholland and Co., Statesville, N.C.
  80. Grave, Unidentified #216   (b. - d. )
      • Footstone only - 'J.t.' (Not John Taylor) Grave Probably in Vicinity of Charles P Owenshaft (no. 116)
  81. Grave, Unidentified #217   (b. - d. )
      • Brick Enclosure B (Just West of Annex) Southwest Corner of Enclosure
  82. Grave, Unidentified #218   (b. - d. )
      • Brick Enclosure B (Just West of Annex) Southeast Corner of Enclosure
  83. Grave, Unidentified #219,220   (b. - d. )
      • Brick Enclosure B (Just West of Annex) East Side of Enclosure
  84. Grave, Unidentified #221   (b. - d. )
      • Brick Enclosure B (Just West of Annex) Northeast Corner of Enclosure
  85. Grave, Unidentified #222, 223   (b. - d. )
      • Brick Enclosure C - East of Walk Way, Two Graves
  86. Grave, Unidentified #224   (b. - d. )
      • Heartt Enclosure (Brick) East of Walkway, One Unidentified Grave
  87. Grave, Unidentified #225,226,227   (b. - d. )
      • Brick Enclosure D, in Grassy Area Northwest of Annex, Three Graves (Possible Four) Low Dividing Wall Within Enclosure
  88. Grave, Unidentified #228,229   (b. - d. )
      • Brick Enclosure E, in Grassy Area Northwest of Annex, Two Graves
  89. Grave, Unidentified #230   (b. - d. )
      • In Grassy Area Near Tree Northwest of Badgett stone (No. 6 and 7)
  90. Grave, Unidentified #231,232   (b. - d. )
      • In Grassy Area Northwest of Owen Enclosure
  91. Grave, Unidentified (King Infants?)   (b. - d. )
      • Nash-Strudwick Plot, Two Graves North of Mrs Sarah H. King'S Tomb may Be the Two King Infants Mentioned on her Stone.
  92. Graves, Emma   (b. 1817 - d. 17 Feb 1870)
      • Wife of Ralph H Graves 'Whose Genial Spirit Passed from Earth Feb. 17 1870. Aged 53 Yrs. the Many who Loved Thee and Shared Thy Pure Devoted Love Cherish Fondly Thy Memory Still'
  93. Graves, Ralph Henry   (b. 9 Mar 1817 - d. 10 May 1876)
      • 'We his Children Rear This Simple Tribute to Our Dear Father. For Forty Years he Served his Fellow Men As a Faithful and Enthusiastic Teacher.' (Oak Leaves and Acorns on Tombstone) (stonecutters Mark: W.e. Wilson, Durham, N. C.)
  94. H----, T ('T.H.')   (b. - d. )
      • (In Brick Enclosure)
  95. Hassell, Irene   (b. 14 May 1873 - d. 31 Oct 1873)
      • Daughter of L.l. and J. Hassell. 'Beautiful, Lovely She was But Given a Fair Bud to Earth to Blossom in Heaven.'
  96. Heartt, Edwin A   (b. 27 Sep 1819 - d. 29 Aug 1855)
      • 'He Looked For a City which Hath Foundations Whose Builder and Maker Is God. Erected by the Teachers and Pupils of the Presbyterian Sabbath School, in Memory of the Faith and Patience of Their Beloved Superintendant, Whose Faith Follow, Considering the End of his Conversation Jesus Christ the Same Yesterday, Today, and Forever.' (Urn with Flame)
  97. Hogg, James   (b. - d. 1805)
      • Native of East Lothian, Scotland. Settled in Orange County in 1774. Member of Committee of Safety of Hillsboro in 1775. a Proprietor of the Transylvania Land Co Representing It Before the Continental Congress at Philadelphia in 1775. An Eminent Scholar. One of the First Trustees of the University of N. Carolina Donating Part of the Land on which the University Now Stands. (Bronze Plaque)
  98. Hogg, McDowell (Mrs)   (b. - d. 1801)
      • Wife of James Hogg
  99. Holmes, Mary Schaw   (b. 1825 - d. 9 Mar 1849)
      • Age 24 Years. Wife of Lucian Holmes. (Year of Birth questionable)
  100. Holt, Ann (Mrs)   (b. 22 Jul 1814 - d. 28 Aug 1850)
  101. Holt, Mary Jane   (b. 25 Oct 1849 - d. 28 Aug 1850)
  102. Holt, Michael W (Dr)   (b. 11 Apr 1811 - d. 16 May 1858)
      • (Broken Pitcher and Bowl on Tombstone.)
  103. Hooker, Cornelia B   (b. 19 Jun 1836 - d. 8 Jul 1852)
      • Daughter of Nathan and Julia Hooker. Aged 16 Years and 19 Days. 'Precious in the Sight of the Lord Is the Death of Thy Servant.'
  104. Hooker, Julia A   (b. 29 Dec 1804 - d. 27 Oct 1873)
  105. Hooker, Julia O (1)   (b. 23 Jun 1855 - d. 18 Dec 1883)
      • Daughter of Dr. O and M Hooker
  106. Hooker, Julia O (2)   (b. 6 Apr 1878 - d. 19 Nov 1890)
      • Daughter of J W and M E Hooker
  107. Hooker, Mary   (b. 18 Jun 1828 - d. 4 Jan 1910)
  108. Hooker, Nathan (1)   (b. 14 Dec 1793 - d. 5 Jan 1848)
  109. Hooker, Nathan (2)   (b. 20 Apr 1857 - d. 29 Oct 1881)
      • Son of Dr. O and M Hooker
  110. Hooker, O   (b. 14 Aug 1823 - d. 28 Feb 1895)
  111. Hooker, Susan M   (b. 21 Aug 1859 - d. 31 Mar 1861)
      • Daughter of O and M Hooker (Lamb on Tombstone)
  112. Hooper, Hon William, Esq   (b. 27 Jun 1742 - d. 13 Oct 1790)
      • Eldest Son of the Rev. William Hooper, Late Rector of Trinity Church in Boston, New England. he was Born the 28th of June, 1742, and Educated at Cambridge College. he Died the 14th of October, 1790, in the 49th Year of his Age. Signer of the Declaration of Independence. (Bronze Plaque Also)
  113. Hooper, Sophia M   (b. 1837 - d. Sep 1838)
      • Daughter of George D Hooper Aged 15 Mos. (Year of Birth questionable)
  114. Hooper, Thomas Clark   (b. - d. 25 Nov 1828)
      • Attorney at Fayetteville Buried in Hooper Plot in Hillsborough (Probably North of Signer) Died in Chapel Hill 25(?) Nov 1828
  115. Huske, Annabella Giles Norwood   (b. 2 Jul 1831 - d. 29 May 1914)
      • Beloved Wife of Benjamin Robinson Huske.
  116. Huske, Benjamin R (Major)   (b. 28 Oct 1829 - d. 15 Jul 1862)
      • Died near Richmond. 48th N.C. Troops.
  117. Huske, Thomas Webb   (b. 1 Aug 1856 - d. 8 Feb 1931)
      • Son of Anabella (Sic) Norwood and Major Benjamin R. Huske.
  118. Johnston, Thompson N (Doctr)   (b. 19 May 1805 - d. 8 Feb 1826)
      • 'Adorned with Many Virtues Stained with No Crimes in Memory Pure and Unspotted Will Long Be Respected and Dear to his Affectionate Brothers who Hope to Meet Him in a World of Bliss.' (Stonecutter'S Mark. Davidson Fecit. Petersbg Virginia)
  119. King, Infant (1)   (b. - d. )
      • (No marker, Child of Samuel and Sarah H King.)
  120. King, Infant (2)   (b. - d. )
      • (No marker. Child of Samuel and Sarah H King.)
  121. King, Sarah H   (b. 1782 - d. 28 Oct 1824)
      • Wife of Samuel King, Esq Aged 42 Yrs. (Formerly Sarah Kollock Harris, B Elizabethtown, N. J., Sister of Mrs. Mary Goddard Kollock Nash.) 'Two Infant Children Lie Near Her, Waiting with the Mother For the Resurrection of the Just.'
  122. Kollock, Sara J   (b. 7 Nov 1826 - d. 26 Jun 1907)
  123. Law, Anna Maria   (b. 21 Oct 1871 - d. 18 Oct 1894)
      • Wife of Sidney L Law and Daughter of B H and Caroline Bell. Married 5 July 1894; Died at Erwin, Miss., 18 Oct 1894. Aged 22 Years, 11 Mos., and 27 Days. (Urn, Cross and Crown. Tombstone Faces West.)
  124. Lipscomb, Eliza Cameron Witherspoon   (b. 15 Aug 1856 - d. 19 Jan 1884)
      • Wife of William Lipscomb 'Sister'
  125. Long, Frances Helen   (b. 13 Jan 1810 - d. 2 Apr 1888)
  126. Long, James E   (b. 8 Feb 1841 - d. 8 Sep 1863)
  127. Long, John   (b. 25 Jan 1839 - d. 29 Jun 1852)
  128. Long, Osmond F   (b. 11 Mar 1808 - d. 8 Jul 1864)
  129. Long, Osmond John   (b. 8 Aug 1853 - d. 10 Jun 1854)
  130. Long, Sabra Ramsey   (b. 8 May 1836 - d. 30 Sep 1837)
  131. Martino, Signor Antonio Di   (b. - d. )
      • Buried in extreme northeast corner of cemetery. Music Master at Burwell School.
  132. McCauley, James W   (b. 2 Jul 1813 - d. 18 Sep 1847)
      • (Masonic Emblem on Tombstone)
  133. Mitchell, George H (M.D.)   (b. 30 Jun 1821 - d. 26 Apr 1846)
      • 'An only Sister. This Marks the Resting Place of a Beloved Brother.' (Tombstone Broken and Repaired.)
  134. Murphey, Archibald Debow   (b. 1777 - d. 1832)
      • 'Graduate, professor, and trustee of the state university. Early and enlightened advocate of public schools and internal improvements. Diligent explorer of North Carolina history. State senator. Reporter, and judge of the Superior and Dupreme courts. Faithful and wise in all.' Closeup #1 of inscription. Closeup #2 of inscription.
  135. Murphy, Elizabeth J   (b. 27 Nov 1803 - d. 20 Oct 1826)
      • 'Departed This Life 20 Oct., 1826 in the 23rd Year of her Age. God My Redeemer Lives and Often from the Skies Looks Down and Watches All My Dust, Till he Shall Bid It Rise.'
  136. Nash, Frederick (1)   (b. 8 Feb 1781 - d. 4 Dec 1858)
      • Chief Justice of the State of North Carolina. 'He was An Eminent Jurist, a True Friend, a Devoted Father and Husband, a Hightoned Polished Gentleman, a Sincere and Humble Christian.'
  137. Nash, Frederick (2)   (b. 9 Jun 1844 - d. 1 Aug 1864)
      • Second Son of Rev. Frederick K Nash. he was a Gallant Confederate Soldier and Died a Prisoner at Point Lookout, Aug. 1, 1864. Aged 19. Co C, 18th Regt. N.C. Vols., C.S.A.
  138. Nash, Frederick (3)   (b. - d. )
      • (Stone moved from original position, 1964. surname questionable)
  139. Nash, Henry   (b. - d. )
      • (Stone moved from original position, 1964. surname questionable)
  140. Nash, Henry P   (b. 18 Dec 1842 - d. 7 Jun 1863)
      • Eldest Son of Frederick K Nash. Aged 20. Co B, 18th Regt. N.C. Vols., C.S.A. and Died a Martyr to his Country'S Cause.
  141. Nash, Maggie   (b. - d. )
      • (Stone moved from original position, 1964. surname questionable)
  142. Nash, Margaret S   (b. 12 Mar 1847 - d. 21 Mar 1864)
      • Eldest Daughter of Rev F K Nash
  143. Nash, Maria   (b. 19 Nov 1819 - d. 29 Apr 1907)
  144. Nash, Mary G (Mrs)   (b. 8 Jun 1781 - d. 28 Nov 1863)
      • (Mary Goddard Kollock Nash) Wife of Hon F Nash 'She Walked with God; and was Not, For God Took Her.' (wheel of Life on Tombstone). Stonecutter'S Mark: King and Whitelaw.
  145. Nash, Sally Kollock   (b. 21 Jan 1811 - d. 4 Jun 1893)
  146. Nash, Shepard K (Dr)   (b. - d. )
      • Aged 34 Years. 'I have a Hope in Jesus'
  147. Nelson, Margaret (Mrs)   (b. 1741 - d. 6 Jun 1815)
      • Aged 74 Years. 'Farewell to Transitory Things the Wealth of Kingdom and of Kings a Nobler Object Far Than You Appears to My Enraptured View.' (Year of Birth questionable)
  148. Nichols, R   (b. 1787 - d. 24 Nov 1858)
      • Aged 71 Years. (Year of Birth questionable)
  149. Nichols, Sarah   (b. 1796 - d. 7 Dec 1857)
      • Aged 61 Years. (Year of Birth questionable)
  150. Norwood, Alves   (b. 1843 - d. 15 Jun 1864)
      • Aged 21 Years. Killed in Battle of White Oak Swamp Near Richmond. Co G, 27th Regt. N.C.t., C.S.A. (Year of Birth questionable)
  151. Norwood, Annabella Giles   (b. 31 May 1805 - d. 28 Mar 1876)
  152. Norwood, James   (b. 22 Feb 1839 - d. 11 Apr 1912)
      • 'Have Faith in God'
  153. Norwood, John Wall   (b. 29 Jan 1803 - d. 24 Jul 1885)
  154. Norwood, Margaret Yonge   (b. 20 Feb 1838 - d. 15 Jan 1925)
      • Daughter of Arabella (Sic) and John Wall Norwood
  155. Norwood, Robina (Mrs)   (b. 29 Dec 1772 - d. 18 May 1860)
      • Wife of Wm Norwood
  156. Norwood, William   (b. 14 Jan 1767 - d. 29 Jan 1842)
      • Aged 76. Judge in the Superior Courts of North Carolina. Universally Respected by his Fellow Citizens. Esteemed by his Acquaintances and Friends and Beloved by his Children. Full of Years and Honours. 'This Simple stone What Few Vain Marbles Can May Truly Say, Here Lies An Honest Man.' (Stonecutter'S Mark: C.t. Duncomb, Richmond, Va.)
  157. Owen, Charles P   (b. - d. )
      • (Stonecutter'S Mark: C.t. Duncomb, Newark, N.j.)
  158. Owen, Henry   (b. 1814 - d. 11 Apr 1868)
      • In the 54th Year of his Age. (Year of Birth questionable)
  159. Owen, Hugh G   (b. 1819 - d. 25 Jul 1861)
      • At the Age of 42. (Year of Birth questionable)
  160. Owen, Rebecca C (Mrs)   (b. 1783 - d. 25 Sep 1868)
      • In the 85th Year of her Age. She Made home the Fold of her Duties her Labors and her Virtue which She Crowned by a Christian Death. (Year of Birth questionable)
  161. P, J S (J.S.P.)   (b. - d. )
  162. Parker, Jane Rebecca   (b. 18 Apr 1819 - d. 8 Sep 1839)
      • Wife of David Parker and only Child of William and Elizabeth Nelson. her Husband and Parents with a Large Circle of Friends and the Church of God, Mourn Over her Thus Cut Down and Withered in Early Life. But We Sorrow Not, As Those who have No Hope. She was a Christian and Adorned her Profession by a Meek and Humble Walk and by a Peaceful End.
  163. Phillips, Alonza   (b. 30 Jan 1845 - d. 29 Apr 1884)
      • Son of D D and T M Phillips
  164. Phillips, D D   (b. 19 Apr 1819 - d. 7 Nov 1870)
  165. Phillips, Henry Butler   (b. 1 Apr 1851 - d. 14 Jun 1862)
      • Son of D D and T M Phillips. Aged 11 Years, 2 Mos., and 14 Days. Peaceful and Happy Were the Last Moments of This Sabbath School Scholar.
  166. Phillips, Lawrence F   (b. 27 Aug 1856 - d. 24 Aug 1867)
      • Son of D D and T M Phillips
  167. Phillips, Mary Ann   (b. 10 Dec 1788 - d. 16 Jan 1852)
      • Age 63 Years, 1 Mo., 5 Days. Consort of the Late Jesse Phillips.
  168. Phillips, Mary Eliza   (b. 29 Apr 1847 - d. 5 Nov 1870)
      • Daughter of D D and T M Phillips
  169. Phillips, Tarmesia M   (b. 11 Feb 1827 - d. 26 Oct 1899)
      • 'Mama'
  170. Pogue, Emma H   (b. 1862 - d. 20 Jun 1862)
      • Daughter of E M and E H Pogue. Aged 11 Days.
  171. Ratliffe, Fannie A   (b. 9 Jun 1836 - d. 20 Jun 1934)
      • (Lived to Be 98) (oldest Recorded Person to Be Buried in Cemetery)
  172. Read, Susan Mary   (b. 26 May 1806 - d. 15 Oct 1879)
      • Wife of Isaac Read and Daughter of Frederick and Mary G Nash (Cross on Tombstone)
  173. Richards, Amos   (b. 20 Feb 1854 - d. 17 Jul 1856)
      • Infant Son of Henry and Eliza L Richards
  174. Richards, Eliza   (b. 15 Jul 1821 - d. 5 Apr 1902)
      • Wife of Henry Richards. 'Our Mother' (Rose on Tombstone)
  175. Richards, Henry Jr   (b. 18 Sep 1846 - d. 16 Aug 1909)
      • Ruling Elder in the Presbyterian Church 1894-1909.
  176. Richards, Henry Sr   (b. 5 Apr 1813 - d. 26 Jul 1890)
      • Aged 77 Years, 3 Mos., 22 Days. 'At Rest'
  177. Richards, Hiram   (b. - d. 29 Jan 1863)
      • Co G, 27th Regt. N.C. Vols., C.S.A.
  178. Richards, Roscoe   (b. - d. 21 Aug 1867)
      • Color Sergt. Co G, 27th Regt. N.C. Vols., C.S.A.
  179. Scott, Edward M (Capt)   (b. 1829 - d. 1863)
      • Co D, 1st Regt. N.C. Vols., C.S.A. Aged 34. (Year of Birth questionable)
  180. Scott, Mary S (Mrs)   (b. 1796 - d. 22 Sep 1818)
      • Consort of John Scott who Departed This Life A.d. 1818 in the 22nd Year of her Age. (Year of Birth questionable)
  181. Strayhorn, Harriet H   (b. 7 Mar 1822 - d. 13 Sep 1881)
      • 'Mother' (Ivy Leaves on Stone)
  182. Strayhorn, Thomas Jackson   (b. - d. )
      • Brother of Wm. F. Strayhorn
  183. Strayhorn, William Edmund   (b. 19 Apr 1851 - d. 20 Dec 1852)
      • Infant Son of Wm F and Harriet H Strayhorn. Aged 1 Year, 8 Mos., and 1 Day. (Stonecutter'S Mark: Gaddes, Hake, Ball)
  184. Strayhorn, William F   (b. 16 Apr 1816 - d. 12 May 1882)
      • 'Father'
  185. Stroud, Henry Calvin   (b. 1821 - d. 1865)
      • 3 Regt. Home Guards, C.S.A.
  186. Stroud, Rebecca   (b. 28 Feb 1858 - d. 16 Jul 1859)
      • Daughter of H C and S H Stroud. Ae 1 Yr., 4 Mos., 18 Days.
  187. Strudwick, Ann E   (b. 24 Sep 1808 - d. 26 Sep 1877)
      • Wife of Dr Edmund Strudwick. 'Our Mother' (Circle of Ivy Leaves on Tombstone)
  188. Strudwick, Edmund (Dr)   (b. Mar 1802 - d. 29 Nov 1897)
      • The Devoted Husband and Father, the Faithful Friend, the Trusted Physician, the Earnest Christian.
  189. Strudwick, Joseph Watters   (b. 3 May 1864 - d. 28 Aug 1882)
  190. Strudwick, Lily   (b. - d. )
      • (Buried with Rosaline. Probably twins. Nosegay on tombstone. Surname questionable)
  191. Strudwick, Mary   (b. 25 Mar 1853 - d. 12 Jun 1855)
      • 'Little Mary' 'On Earth a Dream in Heaven An Eternity' (Surname questionable)
  192. Strudwick, Mary Nash   (b. 1 Jan 1832 - d. 12 Mar 1833)
      • Infant Daughter of Edmund and Ann E Strudwick Aged 1 Year, 3 Months, and 6 Days.
  193. Strudwick, Mildred Watters   (b. 14 Nov 1857 - d. 12 Apr 1860)
      • 'Suffer Little Children to Come Unto Me.' (Cross on Tombstone)
  194. Strudwick, Rosaline   (b. - d. )
      • (Buried with Lily. Probably Twins. Nosegay on Tombstone. Surname questionable)
  195. Strudwick, William F (Dr)   (b. 9 Jun 1810 - d. 24 Sep 1851)
      • He removed from No. Carolina to Alabama in the Year of 1835, and was the only Elder of the Presbyterian Church in Demopolis: While on a visit to the home of his Childhood and among the Friends of his Youth, he Died: Leaving a Widow and Ten Children and Bequeathing Them a Name of Unsullied Purity and a Character Adorned by Every Christian Grace and Virtue.
  196. Taylor, Alfred   (b. 4 Jul 1821 - d. 21 Apr 1841)
  197. Taylor, Caroline E   (b. 12 Sep 1828 - d. 22 Apr 1833)
  198. Taylor, Claudia   (b. 21 Aug 1825 - d. 19 Apr 1833)
  199. Taylor, John   (b. 22 Mar 1778 - d. 22 Sep 1849)
      • ('Major' John Taylor, Clerk of Court For 40 Years.)
  200. Taylor, John U   (b. 1809 - d. 12 Nov 1830)
      • A Student of the University of North Carolina who became a Member of the Philanthropic Society, September 17, 1828, and Died Nov. 12, 1830 in the Twenty First Year of his Age. in Him Met So Happily An Intelligent Mind with An Amiable Disposition and Gentlemanly Deportment That he Singularly United the Love and Esteem of his Fellow Students. As a Testimonial of Regard For Their Lamented Friend the Society of which he was a Member have Erected This Monument. (Table-Top Tomb with Flame of Learning, 'Lux')
  201. Taylor, Margaret Jane   (b. 10 Dec 1804 - d. 25 Feb 1885)
      • Daughter of John and Lydia Hogg Taylor. Born in London. Died in Hillsboro. 'Comforter of the Sick, Beloved and Cherished by her Many Namesakes.'Gard For Their Lamented Friend the Society of which he was a Member have Erected This Monument. (Table-Top Tomb with Flame of Learning, 'Lux')
  202. Taylor, Maria Lucia   (b. 17 Apr 1816 - d. 6 Apr 1823)
  203. Taylor, Roscoe   (b. 4 Jul 1875 - d. 9 Jul 1876)
      • Infant Son of G G and E B Taylor.
  204. Taylor, Tempe A   (b. 4 Mar 1786 - d. 17 Apr 1845)
  205. Tillinghast, Edward   (b. 19 Oct 1843 - d. 26 Sep 1844)
  206. Turrentine, Artelia F Stroud   (b. 15 Mar 1846 - d. 30 Mar 1928)
      • Wife of W G Turrentine 'Her Influence and Music Still Lives'
  207. Turrentine, Eugene   (b. - d. 6 Oct 1866)
      • Aged 3 Yrs., 5 Mos., only Son of J a and S a Turrentine.
  208. Turrentine, William G   (b. 19 Feb 1845 - d. 23 Nov 1911)
      • Co D, 36th N.C. Art'Y, C.S.A.
  209. Watson, Nancy C   (b. 5 Feb 1821 - d. 29 Jun 1852)
      • Wife of J S Watson Aged 31 Years, 5 Months, 21 Days.
  210. Webb, Annabella Giles   (b. 10 Sep 1860 - d. 8 Feb 1935)
      • Daughter of Thomas and Robina Webb
  211. Webb, Annie A   (b. 12 Jan 1785 - d. 23 Jun 1852)
  212. Webb, Bennie   (b. 6 Jul 1863 - d. 7 Jul 1866)
      • Son of Thomas and Robina Norwood Webb
  213. Webb, Eliza Plumer   (b. 29 Oct 1876 - d. 26 Mar 1877)
      • Daughter of Thomas and Robina Norwood Webb. 'Her Life on Earth was Brief, But Thouhast Given her Length of Days Forever, and Forever.'
  214. Webb, James (Dr)   (b. 19 Feb 1774 - d. 17 Feb 1855)
  215. Webb, John Huske   (b. 2 Jun 1820 - d. 1 Feb 1897)
      • Son of James and Anne Huske Webb
  216. Webb, Robin   (b. 24 May 1874 - d. 27 Mar 1941)
      • Son of Thomas and Robina Norwood Webb
  217. Webb, Robina Norwood   (b. 18 Jul 1835 - d. 24 Dec 1919)
      • Wife of Thomas Webb
  218. Webb, Thomas   (b. 2 Nov 1827 - d. 29 May 1894)
      • Son of James and Annie Huske Webb
  219. Webb, William   (b. 7 Sep 1818 - d. 22 Jan 1821)
  220. Wilbon, Caroline M   (b. 11 Feb 1831 - d. 15 Aug 1853)
      • Wife of J D Wilbon Aged 22 Years, 6 Mos., 4 Days. Daughter of Rev. Charles L. Cooley. Married 20 Sep 1849 to Mr. John D Wilbon
  221. Wilhelm, W F (Rev)   (b. 25 Apr 1831 - d. 24 Oct 1893)
      • 'For Nearly Ten Years the Pastor of This Church. An Able Minister a Faithful Pastor, An Affectionate Friend, he was Eminently Successful in Bringing Men to Christ and has Entered Upon a Rich Reward on High.'
  222. Witherspoon, Eliza Adam   (b. 5 Nov 1823 - d. 30 Jun 1894)
      • (Mother)
  223. Witherspoon, Henry Kollock   (b. 20 Feb 1820 - d. 22 Nov 1870)
      • (Father) Co D, 74th Regt. N.C. Sen. Res. C.S.A. Gard For Their Lamented Friend the Society of which he was a Member have Erected This Monument. (table-Top Tomb with Flame of Learning, 'Lux')
  224. Witherspoon, John (Rev, D.D., LL.D.)   (b. 1791 - d. 24 Sep 1853)
      • 'Who Organized the Presbyterian Church in Hillsborough, and was Its Beloved Pastor from 1816 to 1832 and Died Sept., 25, 1853, in the 63 Year of his Age. 'This Monument Is Erected As a Tribute of Affection by the People of his Charge.' (Year of Birth questionable) Gard For Their Lamented Friend the Society of which he was a Member have Erected This Monument. (Table-Top Tomb with Flame of Learning, 'Lux')
  225. Witherspoon, Susan Kollock   (b. 14 Aug 1847 - d. 21 Mar 1903)
      • 'Sister'


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