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176    SAULS FAMILY

      Location - off Jordan Rd about 0.1 mile north of Ten-Ten Rd.

      Coordinates: 35d 38m 19.0s N; 78d 37m 01.0s W Click here for Google maps

      Directions: from Hwy. 440-40 (Raleigh Beltline) on the south side of Raleigh, take Exit # 298, South Saunders St., (Hwys. 70, 401, and 50) , to the split at Tryon. Bear right onto Hwy. 401 (Fayetteville Rd.) Go about 5 miles to the traffic light at Ten-Ten Road and turn left (east). Stay on 1010 Rd. about 3 or 4 miles until you get to Jordan Rd., just before Ten- Ten dead ends on Hwy 50 ( Benson Rd.) Turn left onto Jordan Rd. and go 100 ft. or so.

      Surveyed by Shirley Olson in February 25, 2002.

      On the left are some ramshackle farm buildings and a broken down trailer. Behind them, surrounded by a low block wall, covered in brambles and totally neglected and uncared for, is this family cemetery. Many descendants of the Sauls family live near this cemetery. It looked hopeless until my husband, Gordon Olson, carefully chopped paths through the brambles so that I could record this cemetery. Cattle are grazing on the surrounding lush pasture inherited from this family. This valuable land is in a rural area that is evolving into subdivisions and commercial properties. The sad condition of the cemetery is a reproach to those who fail to maintain it. There may be more graves than those recorded here since it was impossible to clear all of the cemetery. Most of the stones are broken.

      NOTE - Two graves were re-interred from this cemetery to Wootens Chapel Freewill Baptist Church which is on Sauls Rd nearby.


  1. Hamilton, W.H.   (b. 11 May 1854 - d. 22 Oct 1915)
      • son of Jane and Aldridge (?) Hamilton
  2. Lassiter, Alice Sauls   (b. 6 May 1882 - d. 10 Nov 1920)
      • Wife of Henry Hoke Lassiter. Relocated to Wootens Chapel Freewill Baptist Church.
  3. Lassiter, Unnamed   (b. 27 Feb 1917 - d. 21 Mar 1917)
      • Infant child of Henry Hoke Lassiter and Alice Sauls Lassiter. Relocated to Wootens Chapel Freewill Baptist Church.
  4. Parrish, Puss   (b. 1841 - d. 1917)
  5. Sauls, John Kimmon   (b. 1 Mar 1894 - d. 15 Feb 1936)
  6. Sauls, Mary Lucas   (b. 17 Aug 1910 - d. ????)
      • unreadable, stone broken
  7. Sauls, Nancy J. Stephenson   (b. 22 Jun 18?? - d. 30 Nov 1920)
      • Wife of T.A. Sauls (broken stone, dates questionable)
  8. Sauls, T.A.   (b. 19 May 1850 - d. 18 Jun 1911)
      • son of Burton and Bellie Sauls
  9. Stancil, Infant   (b. 12 Apr 1917 - d. 12 Apr 1917)
      • son of R.P. and Annie Stancil
  10. Stancil, Infant   (b. 9 Jan 1919 - d. 9 Jan 1919)
      • son of R.P. and Annie Stancil
  11. Williams, Graham   (b. 1 Sep 1916 - d. 24 Oct 1919)
      • son of J.W. and Dixie Williams
  12. Williams, Infant   (b. 7 May 1918 - d. 7 May 1918)
      • son of J.W. and Dixie Williams
  13. Williams, Needham   (b. 12 Jun 1904 - d. 25 May 1905)
      • son of J.W. and Dixie Williams


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