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437    KING FAMILY

      Location - on a dirt road off Keener Rd (SR-1746) about 2.5 miles from Hwy 403.


      Directions: From Clinton take Hwy 403 (Faison Hwy) to Keener Rd (SR-1746). Then turn left. Go for about 2.5 miles. Turn right on to a dirt road that is beside a house that leads to a pasture. The cemetery is on the left on a small hill.

      Survey compiled by Bradley Lee West, Kenneth Dale Register and Phyllis Jeanette West and published in 2004.


  1. King, Bruce Fowler   (b. 28 May 1916 - d. 19 Jan 1918)
      • Son of J. A. and Julia King.
  2. King, James A.   (b. 1892 - d. 1960)
  3. King, James A.   (b. 29 Nov 1931 - d. 23 Apr 1932)
      • Son of J. A. and Julia King.
  4. King, Julia R.   (b. 1896 - d. 1969)
      • Wife of James A. King.
  5. King, Nannie   (b. 25 Jan 1919 - d. 14 Feb 1916)
      • Daughter of J. A. and Julia King.
  6. King, Robert   (b. 11 Apr 1936 - d. 5 Nov 1951)
  7. Odam, Carrie May   (b. 21 May 1909 - d. 22 Nov 1909)
      • Daughter of D. T. and C. M. Odam.
  8. Parker, Minnie Katherine   (b. 13 Jun 1875 - d. 17 Jul 1902)
      • Wife of B. A. Parker.
  9. Rackley, Sarah Roena   (b. 8 Apr 1853 - d. 11 Sep 1919)
      • Wife of W. F. Rackley.
  10. Rackley, W. F.   (b. 4 Feb 1848 - d. 4 Jan 1925)


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