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172    CRINKLEY FAMILY

      Location - off Warrenton-Embro Rd, about 0.9 mile from Hwy 58, on private property.

      Coordinates: 36d 23m 22.2s N; 78d 05m 24.5s W Click here for Google maps

      Directions: From Warrenton courthouse on Hwy 158 E Bus, travel 0.5 mile and turn right onto Hwy 58. Travel 2.2 miles and turn left onto SR 1509 (Warrenton-Embro Rd). Travel 0.9 mile and turn left onto a private driveway. Travel approximately 0.25 mile to the cemetery located to the left of and 20 feet behind the plantation home. Race-White.


  1. Crinkley, Alexander, Jr.   (b. 28 Jun 1913 - d. 7 Sep 1941)
      • Dearly beloved and only child of Alexander and Susie Crinkley
  2. Crinkley, Alexander, Sr.   (b. 12 Jul 1879 - d. 26 Jan 1935)
      • Born Elgin, Warren Co, N. C. Died Ashville, N. C.
  3. Crinkley, Andrew   (b. 22 Jul 1830 - d. 15 Oct 1915)
      • Born Chatton, England
  4. Crinkley, Ann   (b. 7 Mar 1832 - d. 15 Sep 1906)
  5. Crinkley, Janet Stewart   (b. 12 Jan 1836 - d. 17 May 1897)
      • His wife. Born Perthshire, Scotland
  6. Crinkley, Susie Jenkins   (b. 1881 - d. 1971)
      • Wife of Alexander Crinkley, Sr
  7. Crinkley, William Brown   (b. 22 May 1835 - d. 21 Aug 1906)
      • For they shall see God


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