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448    PEADEN, CHARLIE JAMES FAMILY

      Location - on NC 222, one mile west of Falkland, on the south side of the road.


      Survey compiled by William "Bill" B. Kittrell in 2007.


  1. Jones, Annie Peaden   (b. 10 Jul 1912 - d. 7 Feb 1972)
  2. Jones, R. J., Jr.   (b. 19__ - d. 1975)
  3. Peaden, Annie E.   (b. 16 Dec 1871 - d. 2 Feb 1926)
  4. Peaden, Charlie J., Jr. "Bud"   (b. 14 Aug 1914 - d. 6 Jun 1967)
  5. Peaden, Charlie James   (b. 18 Aug 1882 - d. 7 Dec 1949)
      • Husband of Mollie Sugg Peaden
  6. Peaden, Joe T.   (b. 25 May 1904 - d. 20 Mar 1974)
  7. Peaden, Louis T.   (b. 14 Jun 1855 - d. 10 Jan 1922)
  8. Peaden, Mary Christine   (b. 16 Dec 1921 - d. 8 Dec 1952)
  9. Peaden, Mollie Sugg   (b. 20 Sep 1886 - d. 4 Dec 1965)
      • Wife of Charlie James Peaden
  10. Peaden, Nellie Bell   (b. 14 Jul 1946 - d. 3 Sep 1946)
      • Daughter of Joe T. & Nellie Peaden
  11. Peaden, Samuel L.   (b. 1929 - d. 1992)
  12. Peaden, Vera Christine   (b. 23 Jul 1901 - d. 7 Sep 1963)
  13. Peaden, William Emmitt   (b. 1 Jun 1885 - d. 7 Sep 1939)
  14. Taylor, Anna Lucille Peaden   (b. 1 Oct 1926 - d. 4 Aug 1996)


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