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786    HONEYCUTT FAMILY

      Location - on Huntly School Rd (SR-1434) about 1 mile from Reeda Branch Rd (SR-1435).


      Directions: From Salemburg take Hwy 242 north for 3.3 miles. Turn left onto Reeda Branch Road (SR-1435). Go for 1.7 mile. Turn right on Huntly School Road (SR-1434) north. Go for 1 mile. The cemetery is on the right.

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


  1. Fann, Annie Honeycutt   (b. 12 Jul 1896 - d. 21 Feb 1988)
  2. Honeycutt, Alan Malloy   (b. 1 Dec 1948 - d. 1 Dec 1948)
      • Son of George and Joyce Honeycutt.
  3. Honeycutt, Alma Spell   (b. 8 Jun 1933 - d. )
      • Married 02 May 1953. Wife of John Newton Honeycutt.
  4. Honeycutt, Claudie Beamon   (b. 30 Mar 1926 - d. 20 Jun 1972)
      • NC GM 3 US Navy WW-II.
  5. Honeycutt, Emma   (b. 4 Jul 1868 - d. 20 Jun 1945)
      • Wife of George W. Honeycutt.
  6. Honeycutt, George Marion   (b. 27 Feb 1928 - d. 26 Jan 1994)
      • Son of George T. and Meta Honeycutt.
  7. Honeycutt, George Tillman   (b. 23 Nov 1903 - d. 12 Aug 1974)
  8. Honeycutt, George W.   (b. 22 Feb 1868 - d. 5 Dec 1936)
  9. Honeycutt, John C.   (b. 28 Jul 1894 - d. 10 May 1929)
  10. Honeycutt, John Newton   (b. 30 Nov 1929 - d. 19 May 1975)
      • Married 02 May 1953
  11. Honeycutt, Meta H.   (b. 5 Dec 1904 - d. 6 Mar 1998)
      • Wife of Tillman Honeycutt.
  12. Honeycutt, Sudie Pearl   (b. 11 Jun 1906 - d. 7 Jan 1992)
      • Daughter of George W. and Emma M. Honeycutt.
  13. Honeycutt, William Claudie   (b. 7 Sep 1890 - d. 29 Sep 1918)
      • Fell in battle in France in offensive that broke the Hendenburg Line.
  14. Simmons, Edna K.   (b. 13 Mar 1920 - d. 4 Jun 1921)
      • Daughter of E. A. and M. K. Simmons.


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