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126    WADDELL MEMORIAL CHAPEL

      Location - 7932 Howard Mill Rd.

      Coordinates: 35d 31m 32.3s N; 79d 34m 46.4s W Click here for Google maps

      Survey by Allen Dew in December 2012.

      The Chapel is a long distance west of Howard Mill Rd down a dirt road toward the Deep River, in south east Randolph County.

      The Waddell Memorial Chapel is a fairly new structure. There are two cemeteries on the property. The original cemetery next to the chapel is not used for present day interments.


  1. Insley, Bryan Edward   (b. Abt 1987 - d. 1 Jul 2010)
      • Age 23. Son of Tina Garner Insley.
  2. Morris, Timothy Albert   (b. 5 Oct 1965 - d. 20 Dec 2012)
      • Age 47. Son of Unknown Morris and Virginia G. Morris.
  3. Pierce, Windsor   (b. 1754 - d. 1823)
      • NC Militia, Revolutionary War.
  4. Searcy, William, Jr (Capt.)   (b. 27 May 1754 - d. 20 Oct 1841)
      • Captain, NC Militia, Revolutionary War.
  5. Smith, Gary Ray, Sr   (b. 5 May 1957 - d. 21 Jun 2008)
      • Lived in Robbins NC.
  6. Waddell, Edmund (Lieut.)   (b. 1748 - d. 1815)
      • Lieutenant, NC Militia, Revolutionary War.
  7. Ward, Glenn Franklin, Sr   (b. 29 Aug 1950 - d. 25 May 2008)
      • Died in Troy, Montgomery County, NC. Son of Joe Anderson Ward.


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