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331    GEORGE, GASTON FAMILY (Destroyed)

      Location - off Innovation Ave, on backside of Ernest Package Company. GPS location is approximate.

      Coordinates: 35d 52m 09.8s N; 78d 49m 06.9s W Click here for Google maps

      Directions: from Airport Blvd make a turn onto Pleasant Grove Church Rd. Go about 0.75 mile. Make a left turn onto Innovation Ave (WoodLake Center) Take the 2nd left and the graves would be behind Ernest Package Co where the road would connect to Triple Oak Dr.

      Survey by Trudy Harris, Linda Hester and Linda Hutchins in December 2014.

      Also known as the Sorrell Cemetery. The cemetery has been destroyed due to the development of Woodlake Center in Morrisville.

      A story that has been passed down tells of Gaston George who got into a fight and died. His enemy was so mad that it was told if anybody attended his funeral, he would kill them also. The family buried Gaston George in this cemetery at night.


  1. George, Gaston   (b. 1855 - d. Aft 1880)
      • Son of Presley and Mary George.
  2. King, Lee Roy   (b. 1847 - d. 28 Mar 1930)
      • Husband of Romittis "Mittie" George King. Son of Jack King.
  3. King, Romittis George "Mittie"   (b. 1857 - d. 27 June 1929)
      • Wife of Lee Roy King. Daughter of Presley and Mary George.


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