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Medlin Family Cemetery

Monroe Township, Union County, North Carolina

Ansonville Road out of Monroe, right on Bivens Road, cemetery on the left

Recorded June 1987 by Otha B. Small

Updated by Bill & Ann Price

Printed from the cemetery files of Ann Medlin Price

Belk, Mary J. w/o Samuel Elison Belk

Apr 21, 1856-Feb 2, 1883

   Samuel Ellison Belk--buried at Beulah Presbyterian

Dec 8, 1897-Aug 7, 1924

   D/o Ervin and Lydia Medlin

Carelock, Josephine

Died Nov 26, 1879-aged 33 years

   D/o Ervin and Lydia Medlin

   W/o William A. Carelock

Helms, Infant

June 13, 1931-June 13, 1931

   S/o Samuel Myers & Cornelia Richardson Helms

Helms, Lillie J. w/o Jay Helms

Aug 21, 1877-Jan 15, 1912

   Jay Helms--buried at Wingate City Cemetery

Jan 6, 1881-Dec 9, 1968

   D/o Myers and Henrietta Carelock Medlin

   (Lillie died from blood poisoning after childbirth)

Medlin, Allison


   S/o Myers and Henrietta Medlin

Medlin, Ervin

Nov 24, 1822-May 20, 1901

   S/o John and Unity Deberry Medlin

Medlin, Henrietta J.

Nov 7, 1849-Mar 30, 1922

  W/o Myers Medlin  Married Nov 7, 1869

   D/o William and Beadie Carelock

Medlin, John D.  (Deberry) (tombstone photo)

July 28, 1859-June 28, 1932

   S/o Ervin and Lydia Medlin

   H/o Elizabeth Ann Brooks Medlin

Feb 7, 1864-Aug 28, 1925

   She is buried at Monroe City Cemetery

Medlin, John F.

Jan 24, 1885-June 22, 1891

  S/o John D. & Elizabeth Ann Brooks Medlin

Medlin, Lydia P. Muse [1] w/o Ervin Medlin

June 22, 1822-Sept 17, 1904

Medlin, Myers Q. s/o Ervin and Lydia

Dec 22, 1849-Jan 14, 1929

Medlin, Pate McAulley

Aug 13, 1873-June 27, 1924

  S/o Myers & Henrietta Medlin

Medlin, Walter Brem

Jan 23, 1890-Dec 15, 1905

  S/o Myers & Henrietta Medlin





This page updated June 11, 2009 by Julie Hampton Ganis




[1] - Tuesday, September 20, 1904, THE MONROE JOURNAL (Union County, N.C.)

-Death of Mrs. MEDLIN. Mrs. Lydia P. MEDLIN died at the home of her son, Mr. J. D. MEDLIN, in Monroe last Saturday morning.  Mrs. MEDLIN, whose maiden name was MUSE, was born July 26th, 1820, and she was, therefore, over 84 years old.  She had been sick of typhoid fever for some time, and on account of extreme old age was unable to rally.  She was married to the late Ervin MEDLIN November 30th, 1843, and lived at the old homeplace in east Monroe township until the death of her husband, a few years ago.  There were nine children.  Of the five girls, two, Mrs. S. E. BELK and Mrs. W. M. CARELOCK, are dead; and three, Mrs. John D. SIMPSON, Mrs. Thomas WALDEN of Hiddenite, N. C., and Mrs. J. Frank ASHCRAFT of Arkansas are living.  Messrs. Myers, John D. and LaQueen MEDLIN are her surviving sons.  Mrs. MEDLIN was an exceedingly intelligent and interesting old lady.  She retained a vigorous memory until her last illness, and could talk entertainingly of past events for many years back.  She was also a good christian woman, and all who knew her will long remember the kind and gentle old lady.  The body was buried on Sunday at the old homeplace, and there, on the old place she loved so well, will await the day when the quick and the dead shall alike be judged.