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695    CRUMPLER FAMILY

      Location - on on Corinth Church Rd (SR-1326) about 2.5 miles from Hwy 242.


      Directions: From Salemburg take Highway 242 north for 3.5 miles. Turn right onto Corinth Church Road (SR-1326) east. Go about 2.5 miles. The cemetery is on the left.

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


  1. Crumpler, Charlie Henry   (b. 10 Jun 1848 - d. 6 Nov 1932)
  2. Crumpler, Deliah Maria Johnson   (b. 26 Dec 1850 - d. 17 Oct 1936)
      • Wife of Charlie Henry Crumpler.
  3. Crumpler, Dolph M.   (b. 30 Jun 1886 - d. 18 Nov 1957)
  4. Crumpler, Gracie Taylor   (b. 19 May 1896 - d. 25 Aug 1976)
      • Wife of James Tate Crumpler.
  5. Crumpler, Henry Edgar   (b. 4 Jul 1891 - d. 4 Jul 1935)
  6. Crumpler, James Tate   (b. 7 Feb 1882 - d. 12 Nov 1960)
  7. Crumpler, Jefferson Davis   (b. 15 May 1884 - d. 3 Sep 1935)
  8. Crumpler, Roy M.   (b. 8 Jul 1896 - d. 6 Oct 1969)
      • NC MECH US Army WW-I.
  9. McFadden, Marie Crumpler   (b. 17 Mar 1916 - d. 10 Apr 1993)
      • Wife of Walter A. McFadden.
  10. McFadden, Walter A. "Mike"   (b. 18 Apr 1915 - d. 31 Oct 1991)
  11. Reynolds, Ernestine Crumpler   (b. 3 Nov 1917 - d. 29 Jul 1983)


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