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655    BLACKMON FAMILY

      Location - on Goshen Church Rd (SR-1731) about 0.3 mile west from Giddensville.


      Directions: From Giddensville take Goshen Church Rd (SR-1731) West. Go for about 0.3 miles. Turn left at the Blackmons residence. Follow the driveway to the cemetery.

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


  1. Blackmon, Alex   (b. 6 Jun 1875 - d. 2 Dec 1925)
      • County Constable.
  2. Blackmon, Alex R.   (b. 24 Dec 1919 - d. 10 Oct 1970)
      • NC Tec- 5 2040 QM CAR CO WW-II.
  3. Blackmon, Clarissa   (b. 5 May 1857 - d. 12 Sep 1949)
  4. Blackmon, Earl K.   (b. 25 Oct 1904 - d. 17 Dec 1928)
  5. Blackmon, Ethel J.   (b. 31 Oct 1915 - d. 6 Mar 1958)
      • Wife of Mack Blackmon.
  6. Blackmon, Mack   (b. 6 Dec 1912 - d. 27 Feb 1981)
  7. Blackmon, Maggie   (b. 6 Sep 1882 - d. 23 Nov 1958)
      • Wife of Alex Blackmon.
  8. Blackmon, Marshall   (b. 10 Jul 1855 - d. 26 Nov 1930)
  9. Blackmon, Serena   (b. 7 Aug 1844 - d. 24 Jan 1920)
      • Daughter of W. A. and Susana Blackmon.
  10. Oates, Thelma Lee Blackmon   (b. 19 Nov 1922 - d. 30 May 2000)
      • Wife of Alex R. Blackmon.
  11. Smith, Ozella Blackmon   (b. 2 May 1879 - d. 5 Nov 1945)


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