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049    JACKSON, BLACK FAMILY

      Location - in northwestern Sampson county at a point 0.4 mile north of Fayetteville Hwy (US13) and 0.3 mile east of Wrench Rd (SR-1472) on a dirt lane.

      Coordinates: 35d 10m 38.0s N; 78d 34m 41.2s W Click here for Google maps

      The cemetery is no longer used.

      Surveyed by William R. Shatterly and Charles Rudy Lockamy in August 2008.


  1. Bland, Infant   (b. 1 Jul 1915 - d. 1 Jul 1915)
      • Son of Victor C and Ella Bland
  2. Bland, Infant   (b. 5 Dec 1917 - d. 5 Dec 1917)
      • Son of Victor C and Ella Bland
  3. Hudson, Caroline Jackson   (b. 1 Jan 1849 - d. 1 Jul 1914)
      • Wife of Josiah Hudson, Daughter of Sarah Jackson
  4. Jackson, ??   (b. 1824 - d. 5 Jul 1907)
  5. Jackson, Blackman   (b. 1827 - d. 29 Jan 1907)
      • Son of Sarah Jackson
  6. Jackson, Infant   (b. 12 Jul 1921 - d. 12 Jul 1921)
      • Daughter of Albert and Lella Jackson
  7. Jackson, Sarah   (b. Abt 1801 - d. 1886)
  8. Jackson, Westa   (b. 1 Jan 1850 - d. 21 Sep 1929)
      • "Beloved Grandmother"
  9. Strickland, Flora Jackson   (b. 1821 - d. 7 Oct 1902)
      • Daughter of Sarah Jackson
  10. Williams, Infant   (b. 3 Jun 1911 - d. 3 Jun 1911)
  11. Williams, Sallie   (b. 8 Jun ???? - d. 1912)


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