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008    WARWICK, WILLIAM BRIGHT FAMILY

      Location - On Juniper Rd. (SR-1814) Sampson County, Vann Crossroads, NC. Near Houses Mill in the middle of field.

      Coordinates: 35d 10m 09.0s N; 78d 22m 53.0s W Click here for Google maps

      Surveyed by Randy Jackson in May 2001.


  1. Warwick, Dorthy Rae   (b. 11 Dec 1909 - d. 11 Jan 1910)
      • Daughter of Alpheus Warwick and Francinea Crumpler Warwick
  2. Warwick, Kizzey   (b. 1832 - d. 13 Mar 1921)
      • (birth date may be 1844) Daughter of George Washington Naylor and Amie Eliza Raynor Naylor. Wife of William Bright Warwick. "A tender mother and a faithful friend" Inscribed on her tombstone.
  3. Warwick, Lutie Jane   (b. 10 Sep 1911 - d. 12 Jun 1913)
      • Daughter of Alpheus Warwick and Francinea Warwick
  4. Warwick, Maggie   (b. 1868 - d. 1903)
      • Daughter of William and Kizzey Warwick. Never Married
  5. Warwick, Virginia   (b. 1881 - d. 12 Sep 1943)
      • Daughter of William And Kizzey Warwick. Never Married
  6. Warwick, William Bright   (b. 20 Sep 1834 - d. 1903)
      • Son of Henry Warwick and Kathern Herring Warwick. Husband of Kizzey Naylor Warwick. He served in the Civil War. "An honest man is the nobelist work of God" Inscribed on his tombstone.


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