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      Location - 1601 Pulliam-Tingen Rd, Roxboro.

      Coordinates: 36d 22m 32.6s N; 78d 52m 20.5s W Click here for Google maps

      Directions: from Post Office in Roxboro, go north on Main St. to Depot Street and turn right onto Depot Street. Go 5.7 miles to Allensville four way stop signs and go straight ahead; the road's name changes to Denny's Store Rd. Go about 1.5 miles to Pulliam-Tingen Rd and turn right. Go 1.7 miles to the cemetery in a field on the left at 1601 Pulliam-Tingen Rd.

      Survey and photographs by Melanie Sabins and John Sabins in November 2015.

  1. Painter, S. Madison   (b. 2 May 1881 - d. 22 Sep 1960)
  2. Wilson, Donald Ray   (b. 25 Feb 1950 - d. 28 Sep 2002)
      • Teacher JROTC Instructor. Beloved Son, Husband, Father. HTCS US Navy. Funeral marker.
  3. Wilson, Gertrude Blalock   (b. 16 Aug 1923 - d. Reserved)
      • Wife of Luther Thomas Wilson. Married 21 Apr 1949.
  4. Wilson, Luther Thomas   (b. 31 Dec 1916 - d. 12 Dec 1977)
      • Husband of Gertrude Blalock Wilson. Married 21 Apr 1949. S-SGT US Army, WW-II Military marker.
  5. Wilson, Nannie F.   (b. 6 Mar 1876 - d. 26 Nov 1958)
      • Wife of William S. Wilson
  6. Wilson, Nannie P.   (b. 1879 - d. 1958)
      • Funeral Home Marker
  7. Wilson, William S.   (b. 29 Aug 1876 - d. 31 Oct 1943)
      • Husband of Nannie F. Wilson

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