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Zion United Methodist Church Cemetery

Goose Creek Township, Union County, North Carolina

Located on Old Fish Road off Sikes Mill Road

Copied February 2, 1989 by Otha and Frances Small

Updated by Bill and Ann M. Price September 29, 2006

From the cemetery files of Ann Medlin Price

Baucom, Adeline w/o Alvis Baucom

July 9, 1842-Feb 25, 1912

Baucom, Adam C.

Dec 15, 1894-Dec 14, 1965

Baucom, Alvis  CSA (PVT CO F 48TH REGIMENT)

July 16, 1833-Mar 12, 1912

  Captured near Petersburg VA Mar 25, 1865, confined at

  Point Lookout MD on Mar 28, 1865. Released at Point

  Lookout on June 23, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance

Baucom, Beulah Belle Rushing w/o Adam C. Baucom

June 26, 1895-Mar 29, 1972

Baucom, Butler C. s/o Adam C. & Beulah Baucom

Sept 1, 1921-Mar 4, 1924

  KILLED BY A FALLING TREE

Baucom, Inf s/o J.E. & Rilla Baucom

Died 1903

Baucom, James T.C.

Nov 3, 1859-July 28, 1922

Baucom, Jason Hiram Jr

Mar 16, 1936-May 3 2000

Baucom, Laura C. Smith w/o James T.C. Baucom

Jan 23, 1868-Apr 18, 1941

Baucom, Lola d/o J.E. & Rilla Baucom

Died 1901

Baucom, Morris  L CPL E3 US MARINE CORP

Dec 14, 1948-Jan 13, 2001

Beamon, Bertha Tarlton w/o Walter B. Beamon

Jan 14, 1891-Oct 25, 1983

Beamon, Samuel J.

Jan 18, 1890-Dec 20, 1931

Beamon, Walter B.

Mar 20, 1894-Nov 22, 1974

Beamon, Willie T. w/o Samuel J. Beamon

May 20, 1897-Feb 9, 1985

Benton, C. McDowd

June 2, 1903-Aug 24, 1972

Benton, Verla P. w/o C. McDowd Benton

Oct 17, 1905-June 21, 1985

Brooks, April Serena

Apr 5, 1971-June 20, 1990

Brooks, Bessie Love w/o Cyrus Lee Brooks

Nov 11, 1903-Jan 1, 1991

  Married Jan 14, 1922

Brooks, Cyrus Lee

May 29, 1903-Dec 27, 1978

Brooks, Cyrus Stokes

Sept 26, 1943-Feb 25, 1960

Brooks, John Lee

Sept 15, 1929-Jan 30, 1950

Brooks, Sena Phyllis d/o C.L & Bessie Brooks

Sept 25, 1941-Sept 26, 1941

Brooks, William Kirk

Oct 25, 1937-Aug 20, 1951

Burnette, Harvey A.  PVT CO I 48 REGT NC TROOPS CSA

1840-1880

  Captured at Sharpesburg MD Sept 17, 1862. Paroled.

  Returned to duty prior to Dec 13, 1862 when he was wounded

  in the hip at Fredericksburg VA . Absent-wounded-thru October

  1864. Retired to the Invalid Corps on Nov 24, 1864. Paroled at

  Charlotte, N.C. May 15, 1865.

Burnette, Mary E. Honeycutt w/ Harvey A. Burnette

1840-1923

Caudle, Talmage C.

1934-1936

Clonts, Easter w/o J.A. Clonts

Apr 9, 1845-May 17, 1924

Clonts, J.A.

Apr 29, 1844-June 11, 1923

Clonts, J.A. Jr 

Mar 24, 1883-Sept 11, 1885

Clontz, B. Harris

Feb 9, 1909-Oct 27, 1971

Clontz, Carl A.

June 5, 1917-July 4, 1964

Clontz, Daniel Webb

July 30, 1919-June 27, 2007

Clontz, Flora Medlin w/o Daniel Webb Clontz

Apr 8, 1926-Mar 6, 2002

Clontz, Georgia G. w/o Carl A. Clontz

Dec 24, 1926-No Date

Clontz, Lonnie A.

May 11, 1875-May 20, 1943

Clontz, Mary Etta Long w/o Lonnie A. Clontz

Jan 24, 1879-Oct 1, 1955

  (Married Nov 2, 1902)

Clontz, Robert Daniel s/o R. Daniel & Susan Clontz

June 9, 1973-June 9, 1973

Clontz, Ruby C. w/o B. Harris Clontz

Aug 13, 1914-Jan 16, 1991

Clontz, Walter F. LT US NAVY WW I I

May 18, 1915-July 2, 1994

Clontz, Z. Vance

Jan 9, 1911-Sept 19, 1953

Connel, Cordelia Tarlton d/o Rev J.P. and Margaret H. Tarlton

Jan 16, 1885-Feb 10, 1968

   Connel

Connell, Lula Drake

1909-1972

Crouch, Dannie Ray s/o L.R. & Mary Crouch

Mar 5, 1964-Mar 27, 1964

Cuthbertson, Bedie d/o J.T. & M.C. Cuthbertson

Aug 20, 1881-July 16, 1882

Cuthbertson, Ida Jane Griffin w/o William A. Cuthbertson

Nov 5, 1875-June 4, 1912

Cuthbertson, Isaac G. s/o J.T. & M.C. Cuthbertson

July 24, 1881-Oct 8, 1912

Cuthbertson, John D. s/o J.T. & M.C. Cuthbertson

Apr 9, 1873-Apr 26, 1894

Cuthbertson, J.T.

May 14, 1848-Mar 12, 1917

Cuthbertson, Margaret C. w/o J.T. Cuthbertson

July 1, 1838-Sept 21, 1923

Cuthbertson, Martha A. d/o J.T. & M.C. Cuthbertson

Jan 3, 1876-Feb 6, 1876

Cuthbertson, Mary A. d/o J.T. & M.C. Cuthbertson

June 21, 1869-Apr 21, 1909

Cuthbertson, William A.

Apr 22, 1871-Dec 19, 1938

Deese, Billie s/o P.J. & M.H. Deese

Jan 26, 1943-Oct 7, 1946

Deese, Gary s/o P.J. & M.H. Deese

Sept 7, 1949-Nov 22, 1949

Deese, Hester Clontz

May 19, 1914-May 28, 1978

Deese, Marvin A.

Dec 1938-July 1979

Deese, Ronnie Joe "JoJo"

Sept 18, 1985-Oct 28, 2004

Dorton, Clarence A.

Sept 13, 1894-Dec 18, 1969

Dorton, Pearl T. w/o Clarence A. Dorton

Feb 9, 1894-Jan 25, 2003

Drake, Carrie E. Kiker d/o J.A. Drake

July 22, 1894-May 3, 1925

Eudy, W.R.

June 13, 1875-July 29. 1876

Ford, Arnold

Aug 23, 1909-Feb 7, 1997

Ford, Willie Hazel Clontz w/o Arnold Ford

Mar 26, 1907-Aug 2, 1990

   Married Aug 9, 1930

Fremon, Annie May d/ J.E. & H.G. Fremon

Dec 26, 1904-Oct 20, 1908

Freeman, Bema

Mar 10, 1913-Oct 1, 1914

Freeman, Earl Vann

Oct 29, 1906-Dec 17, 1991

Freeman, Emma Jose

Apr 25, 1925-June 17, 1992

Freeman, Hattie L.

Feb 20, 1885-Feb 20, 1930

Freeman, James E.

May 31, 1879-Apr 14, 1955

Freeman, Janie Starnes w/o Earl Vann Freeman

Sept 29, 1910-30 Aug 30, 2000

  (Her date of death is not on her marker)

Freeman, Jimmie Noel

Oct 3, 1932-Apr 23, 1939

  Jimmie and his sister Kelly died from eating rat poison. The

  doctors thought the children climbed up and got it off a shelf

  thinking it was candy. Kelly died at home on Saturday and

  Jimmie died at the Monroe hospital about the same time on

  Sunday morning. (Per the Monroe Journal April 25, 1939)

Freeman, John Clifton

Aug 13, 1917-Mar 30, 1919

Freeman, Kelly

Aug 10, 1934-Apr 22, 1939

Greene, Kevin Lee

Oct 12, 1961-Mar 23, 1975

Greene, Lee B.

1913-1987

Greene, Mary Lee ( d/o Lee B. & Maxine M. Greene)

1935-1962

Greene, Maxine M. w/o Lee B. Greene

1912-2000

Griffin, Lela M. w/o Roy Lee Griffin

Dec 12, 1929-Apr 6, 2003

Griffin, Roy Lee S SGT US AIR FORCE WW I I & KOREA

Jan 4, 1926-Sept 25, 1987

Hass, Abrose Bishop

1885-1960

Hagler, Charles

July 7, 1803-Oct 8, 1877

Hagler, Elizabeth w/o Charles Hagler

Died Aug 1 1862-Aged 57 years

Hagler, Ellen w/o Melton C. Haigler

Jan 5, 1856-Dec 22, 1876

Hagler, Hiram  CO H 30TH REGT NCI CSA

Born 1821-Died Aug 3, 1864

  Wounded in the back and side and captured at Silver Spring,

  Maryland, he was treated with a simple dressing. He was

  transferred to Lincoln General Hospital in Washington D.C.

  where he died two days later from gangrene.

Hagler, M.E. w/o R.N. Hagler

Apr 19, 1865-Jan 19, 1896

Hagler, Mary Delia d/o H.M. & M.A. Hagler

May 23, 1915-June 9, 1915

Hagler, Mary P. w/o C. Haigler

Sept 6, 1834-Nov 21, 1884

Hagler, Rosannah w/o Hiram Hagler

May 22, 1825-July 13, 1907 82 yr 1 mo

Hagler, Thomas s/o Charles & Mary Hagler

Apr 8, 1873-Aug 19, 1874

Haigler, Charles

Nov 29, 1833-July 28, 1910

Haigler, Charlie s/o C. & Lucy Haigler

Feb 16, 1900-Feb 20, 1900

Haigler, Eunice L.

Dec 26, 1871-Dec 16, 1945

Haigler, John E. [1]

June 16, 1845-Apr 17, 1923

Haigler, Johnnie s/o C. & Lucy Haigler

May 6, 1909-July 6, 1909

Haigler, Mary E. [2] w/o John E. Haigler

Apr 5, 1844-May 3, 1923

Haigler, Mary J. d/o M.C. & B.E. Haigler

Mar 25 1875-Mar 31, 1896

Haigler, Mary Lea

Nov 18, 1906-Oct 25, 1965

Haigler, Melton C.

Nov 13, 1849-Nov 10, 1930

Haigler, N.C. w/o D.F. Haigler

May 7, 1850-June 19, 1884

Haigler, Perry s/o C. & Lucy Haigler

Died June 14, 1896-Aged 2 months

Haigler, Sandford D.

Nov 3, 1879-Aug 3, 1953

Harris, Lauren Elaine

Apr 25, 1991-Apr 7, 1996

Harward, Inf s/o W.A. & R.E. Harward

Aug 5, 1876-Aug 10, 1876

Helms, Boyce B.

June 6, 1909-June 1, 1959

Helms, Flora d/o Albert & Nora Helms

Nov 21, 1896-Jan 21, 1897

Helms, Pauline H. w/o Boyce B. Helms

Aug 15, 1911-Sept 20, 2003

Helms, Pearl Linker w/o Troy Ray Helms

Sept 18, 1927-No Date

Helms, Troy Ray

July 30, 1926-Jan 25, 1985

Hice, Idella w/o W.D. Hice

Jan 20, 1861-Dec 16, 1915

Hill, Charles E.  "HILL BROTHERS"

July 21, 1910-Sept 5, 1972

Hill, Ida Lou w/o Joseph C. Hil

July 3, 1871-Aug 2 1941

Hill, Joseph C.

July 16, 1869-Aug 30, 1941

Hill, Lillie A.

Aug 7, 1904-July 20, 1921

Hill, William Ernest  (On stone with Charles E. Hill)

Aug 18, 1902-Nov 18, 1985

     (Date of death per obituary. No death date on stone)

Hinson, Alice Pauline Baucom w/o Brice Claxton Hinson

Sept 4, 1918-Mar 17, 2002

Hinson, Brice C. Jr

May 15, 1940-Sept 8, 1997

Hinson, Brice Claxton

Sept 27, 1918-Mar 5, 1962

Huneycutt, Joe Lee s/o D.R. & Della Huneycutt

Oct 19, 1931-Oct 19, 1931

Huneycutt, Odell C. w/o D. Ralph Huneycutt

Jan 22, 1903-Aug 29, 1995

Kiker, Annie Mae d/o Raymond L. & Lillie Kiker

1929-1931

Kiker, Infant (Daughter of Rosa Ann Kiker)

Jan 5 1933-Jan 5, 1933

Kiker, Jennie Mae ( Whitley) w/o Marvin S. Kiker

May 31, 1934-June 15, 1970

Kiker, Johnnie Lee s/o Raymond & Lillie Kiker

1926-1930

Kiker, Lillie B. w/o Raymond C. Kiker

1902-1961

Kiker, Marvin S. (Smith)

Dec 29, 1923-Jan 3, 2006

Kiker, Mary M. (Matilda Clontz) w/o W.C. Kiker

June 13, 1867-Feb 15, 1919

Kiker, Raymond C.

1901-1944

Kiker, Rosa Ann

Mar 30, 1898-Jan 8, 1933

Kiker, William C.

Mar 12, 1877-Aug 6, 1936

Kindley, Melissa Clontz w/o Ovey Roy Kindley

Dec 23, 1904-Dec 18, 1995

   Married Aug 15, 1931

Kindley, Ovey Roy

Sept 7, 1911-No Date

Kirk, William F.

July 3, 1873-July 7, 1953

Kiser, Mary E. w/o Robert F. Kiser

1862-1931

Kiser, Robert F.

1861-1940

Kizer, Lee Vann s/o R.F. & M.L. Kizer

Apr 20, 1893-Feb 27, 1910

Kizer, Rilla Mack d/o R.F. & M. L. Kizer

Dec 18 1891-Sept 15, 1893

Klutts, Verla Price w/o A.P. Klutts

1903-1960

Linker, Beatrice Freeman w/o Charlie Oscar Linker

July 8, 1892-Mar 16, 1974

Linker, Charlie Oscar

Apr 25, 1885-Aug 20, 1931

Linker, Mae E.

Apr 27, 1922-Only Information

Little, A.A.

Jan 30, 1856-Feb 4, 1922

Little, Herman Lee s/o J.B. & Jane Little

Sept 5, 1903-Dec 4, 1903

Little, Kate d/o J.B. & Jane Little

Nov 7, 1904-Jan 17, 1905

Little, Malcom PVT 2 CL US ARMY KOREA

Mar 12, 1925-May 26, 2005

Little, May Ellen w/o A.A. Little

June 8, 1856-May 3, 1914

Little, Tressie Drake (w/o Marcus Van Buren Little)

July 17, 1898-Feb 10, 1930

Long, Brown I.

Oct 28, 1871-Oct 6, 1944

Long, Delphia E. w/o J.I. (Ingram) Long

Mar 20, 1848-Mar 6, 1913

Long, Douglas M. PFC US ARMY WW I I

May 30, 1922-Aug 31, 1988

Long, Douglas Sr  (Old Slate)

Aged 66 years-Cannot read

Long, Henry Tilman CO I 48 NC INF CSA

Sept 9, 1842-Aug 18, 1875

  Wounded in the head at Wilderness VA May 5, 1864.

  Returned to duty. Captured near Petersburg VA Mar 25, 1865.

  Confined at Point Lookout MA Mar 28, 1865--Released at

  Point Lookout MD on June 28, 1865 after taking the Oath of

  Allegiance.

Long, Henry Tilman 

Sept 5, 1875-Sept 26 1966

Long, Inf s/o J.I. & D.E. Long

Dec 18, 1870-Aged 10 Days

Long, John Ingram

Sept 18, 1847-Mar 2, 1945

Long, Lydia Angeline Baucom w/o Henry Tilman Long

Sept 4, 1878-Sept 22, 1959

  Married Nov 22, 1896

Long, Malissa w/o W.B. Long

Nov 1, 1843-Mar 7, 1913

Long, Roy T. s/o H.T. & L.A. Long

June 20, 1902-Dec 31, 1904

Long, William B.

Mar 8, 1839-Mar 7, 1908

Long, Willie F.

1892-1930

Long, Wilma S.(Stegall) w/o Willie F. Long

1893-1988

Love, Agnie G. d/o J.W. & M. Long

Apr 10, 1876-Apr 27, 1876

Love, Barbara Consort of C.C. Love

Aug 5, 1807-Apr 12, 1874

Love, C.C.

June 20, 1807-Aug 14, 1887

Love, Charles A. s/o John & Matilda Love

May 17 1855-Aug 7, 1856

Love, Charles C. CO I 48 NC INF CSA

Feb 3, 1831-Oct 22, 1896

  Detailed as a shoemaker at Richmond Virginia on about

  Nov 15, 1862. Absent on detail as a shoemaker thru October

  1864. Assigned to duty with Co B 2nd Battalion Virginia

  Infantry (Local Defense) while on detail at Richmond.

Love, Charles C. s/o John E. & Martha Love

Nov 26, 1857-Sept 28, 1860

Love, Charles Cannon

May 25, 1867-Oct 20, 1934

Love, Daisy May d/o C.C. & R.L. Love

Jan 6, 1886-Aug 25, 1887

Love, D.K.

July 18, 1898-Oct 11, 1978

Love, Ednie M. d/o J.W. & M. Love

July 27, 1881-Dec 20, 1881

Love, Elizabeth w/o C.C. Love

Mar 8, 1840-Dec 11, 1914

Love, Eustace

Died Feb 13, 1888-Aged 13 Months

Love, Infant Twins of J.W. & M. Love

Nov 7, 1882-Nov 7, 1882

Love, Infant of J.W. & M. Love

Jan 15 1886-Jan 15, 1886

Love, Infant of J.W. & M. Love

Sept 7, 1887-Sept 7, 1887

Love, Infant of J.W. & M. Love

Oct 18, 1889-Oct 18, 1889

Love, Infant DAUGHTER  (Beside Kirn Neal Love)

Jan 15, 1890-Jan 15, 1890

Love, Infant Twin Sons

Feb 10, 1892-Feb 10, 1892

Love, Inf d/o C.C. & R.L. Love

Feb 12, 1897-Mar 17, 1897

Love, Inf s/o J.W. & P. Love

Sept 13, 1903-Sept 22, 1903

Love, John

Nov 11, 1811-Nov 10, 1898

Love, John W.

Jan 20, 1853-Apr 19, 1930

Love, Kirn Neal

Died Sept 4, 1895-Aged 3 Months

Love, Lena P. w/o D.K. Love

July 5, 1899-Feb 18, 1974

Love, Martha Consort of John E. Love

Aug 28, 1929-Apr 20, 1858

Love, Martha w/o J.W. Love

Feb 22, 1855-Sept 27, 1893

Love, Martha A. Kirk w/o J.W. Love

1865-1939

Love, Mary Delila d/o J.W. & M. Love

Oct 27, 1874-May 20, 1887

Love, Matilda w/o John Love

June 15, 1817-Mar 13, 1905

Love, Nancy P. w/o William A. Love

June 3, 1848-Mar 29, 1932

Love, Rachel Lucinda w/o Charles Cannon Love

Sept 17, 1858-Mar 11, 1933

Love, Reason s/o John & Matilda Love

Nov 6, 1848-Aug 10, 1956

Love, William A.

Apr 18, 1842-Nov 29, 1918

Love, William McKinley s/o C.C. & R.L. Love

Oct 28, 1900-July 1, 1903

Medlin, Loue Vicy (Lavisa)

Born 1840-Date of death unknown

  (Daughter of William D. and Phobe Helms Medlin.)

Medlin, M. (Milas)

No Information on Grave Stone

   CONFEDERATE NAVY CO E 3RD NAVAL BATTALION

  Son of William D. and Phoebe Helms Medlin, he was born

  in 1845 and died from gangrene in his left leg on Feb 19, 1931.

  He served in the navy two years on the CSS Savannah and the

  CSS Isodiga. He served in defense of Savannah, Georgia until

  the Union forces took the Savannah River at which time he

  transferred to the Army and was captured and taken prisoner.

  After the war ended he returned to Union County, married and

  had a family.

Medlin, S. Elizabeth w/o J.M Medlin

Sept 28, 1872-Mar 10, 1910

Mullis, Andrew (?) J. (Did not locate marker 9/29/06)

June 13, 1859-Oct 25, 1862

Mullis, Chonce B.

1902-1985

Mullis, Ercel P. w/o Chonce B. Mullis

1907-1969

Mullis, Mary P.

Nov 20, 1909-Nov 20, 1998

Mullis, Scott Chonce s/o Chonce & Nancy Mullis

June 16, 1960-Nov 30, 1960

Mullis, Wayne F.

June 30, 1944-Feb 14, 1971

Norkett, Jonathan

Mar 4 1806-July 21, 1872

Pinion, Alma Eliza w/o Fred Isaac Pinion

Oct 23, 1912-No Date

Pinion, Fred Isaac PFC US ARMY WW I I

Sept 23, 1911-May 1, 1985

Pistole, Walter V.

Died Dec 15, 1940-Aged 46 Years

Poplin, David Smith PVT US ARMY WW I I

Sept 28, 1910-Mar 30, 1984

Presley, John (s/o Wriston C. and Virgie M. Kiker Presley)

May 21, 1948-Jan 22, 1996

  FHM with "Presley  1948-1996"-Information per his obituary The Enquirer-Journal Jan 24, 1996

Presley, Marvin Lee

1952-1991   FHM

Presley, Virgie M. w/o Wriston C. Presley

Oct 14, 1906-Jan 23, 1975

   Married Mar 25, 1930

Presley, Wriston C.

Feb 6, 1910-Feb 25, 1968

Pressley, A. Reece (Anuel)   KILLED BY CAR

Sept 17, 1894-Oct 14, 1939

Pressley, Audie

Died 1968-Aged 2 Days

Pressley, George Aldred s/o Mr & Mrs A.R. Pressley

Aug 7, 1917-Mar 9, 1927

Pressley, Hurley

1941-1968

Pressley, Lillie S. (Stegall) w/o Anuel Reece Pressley

Dec 2, 1895-Sept 14, 1975

  (Daughter of Clegg George & Metta Medlin Stegall)

Presson, Mary M. w/o J.P. Presson

Oct 12, 1835-June 22, 1911

Price, Arnold Joel

Apr 3, 1940-No Date

Price, Brenda Sue Freeman w/o Arnold Price

Aug 13 1941-June 1, 2003

Purser, Agnes Dora Hill w/o Graham Purser

Dec 28, 1914-Dec 6, 1984

Purser, Arthur S.

Mar 2, 1884-Mar 29, 1947

Purser, Autie Love w/o Oris Lee Purser

Apr 25, 1929-May 7, 2001

Purser, Boyce E.

Feb 16, 1917-Dec 18, 1981

Purser Brice H.

Feb 5, 1905-June 15, 1951

Purser, Clarence V. Sr

June 22, 1932-July 12, 1996

Purser, Graham

Feb 25, 1911-Feb 6, 1981

Purser, Flonnie F. w/o H. Paul Purser

July 11, 1918-Oct 25, 1998

Purser, H. Paul

July 26, 1912-May 16, 1996

Purser, Hettie [Godwin], 1st wife of Julis M. Purser

[May 3, 1883]-July 29, 1909

Purser, J. (Jack) Hue

Nov 1, 1923-Sept 24, 1990

Purser, James R. s/o Paul & Flonnie Purser

Jan 21, 1953-Feb 26, 1953

Purser, Julis M.

Feb 11, 1877-Aug 18, 1954

Purser, Lewis Alexander

Dec 14, 1903-June 26, 1968

Purser, Lola Haigler w/o Arthur S. Purser

Nov 3, 1886-Feb 28, 1970

Purser, Mammie Hazel d/o Mr & Mrs J.M. Purser

Oct 18, 1924-Feb 22, 1925

Purser, Nancy Carolyn d/o Paul & Flonnie Purser

July 14, 1941-Feb 20, 1942

Purser, Paul A.

Nov 8, 1885-Jan 12, 1940

Purser, Oris Lee NC PFC 1945 ENGR AVN UTIL CO WW I I

Mar 21, 1925-Apr 12, 1960

Purser, Sarah E. d/o M.D. &  Philadelphia Purser

May 9, 1868-Apr 9, 1870

Purser, Tommy Lee

Dec 4 1940-Aug 8, 1975

Purser, Virgie H. w/o Paul A. Purser

July 17, 1889-Aug 8, 1975

Pusser, G.C.

Mar 10, 1851-Feb 18, 1898

Pusser, Lura J.

Nov 3, 1891-Aug 13, 1970

Pusser, Lydia Hagler w/o G.C. Pusser

Sept 22, 1851-July 9, 1936

Pusser, Martin Columbus s/o G.C. & L.T. Pusser

Died Mar 11, 1891-Aged 3 yr 24 days

Richardson, Annie L.

July 4, 1905-June 1, 1920

Richardson, Harold C.

Feb 14, 1916-Mar 10, 1937

Richardson, James E.

Mar 1, 1870-Nov 17, 1930

Richardson, Mamie B.

Aug 10, 1911-May 24, 1920

Richardson, Mary F.

Sept 10, 1886-Aug 3, 1974

Rushing, Reason W.

Mar 11, 1855-May 29, 1940

Rushing, Sarah Elizabeth Tarleton w/o Reason W. Rushing

Apr 25, 1853-July 14, 1941

Russell, Donald C.M.

Aug 15, 1928-No Date

Russell, Doris Love w/o Donald C.M. Russell

Jan 26, 1926-Nov 14, 1979

Simpson, James B.

1825-1875

  BY BRUCE AND CLAUDE SIMPSON-GREAT GRANDSONS

Simpson, R.H.

Nov 25, 1852-Aug 7, 1866

Simpson, Rhoda

May 7, 1823-July 3, 1908

Smith, (Laura Callie)  Dona Price 2nd w/o M.M. Smith

Jan 31, 1866-Mar 4, 1940

  Dona married first William Marshall Love Feb 7, 1883

Smith, Edna May  DAUGHTER

1917-1963

Smith, Grace d/o M.M. & Dona Smith

Aug 15, 1903-Aug 5, 1929

Smith, Infant s/o M.M. & Dona Smith

No Dates

Smith, J. Daniel s/o M.M. and Martha Love Smith

1885-1886

Smith, John A.

Mar 7, 1859-June 11, 1933

Smith, Martha M. Love 1st w/o M.M. Smith

(Nov) 2, 1856-(Sept 13), 1888

Smith, M.M.

Oct 10, 1856-Mar 11, 1924

Smith, Mary M.

Nov 26, 1898-Dec 12 1899

Smith, Wilma J. d/o M.M. & Martha Love Smith

1886-1890

Sossoman, Elizabeth

1869-1934

Sossaman, Inf s/o J.H. & Nancy Sossaman

May 25, 1898-May 24, 1899

Sossamon, James H. MUS CO I 48 NC INF CSA

Sept 1, 1827-Sept 7, 1906

  Mustered in as a musician-surrendered at Appomatox

  Courthouse Virginia Apr 9, 1865.

Sossamon, James H.

Mar 22, 1859-Feb 26, 1916

Sossamon, J.O.

Aug 17, 1878-Feb 7, 1933

Sossamon, Minnie

Jan 20, 1910-Feb 13, 1911

Sossamon, Nancy S. Foard w/o James A. Sossamon

June 15, 1866-Sept 24 1914

Sossamon, Sarah A. w/o J.H. Sossamon

Dec 13, 1827-Feb 20, 1876

Stanley, Allyson Paige

Apr 20, 1988-Mar 31, 2007

Stegall, Clegg George (s/o G.C. and Metta Stegall)

Aug 2, 1898-Oct 19, 1944

Stegall, Curtis Lee (s/o G.C. & Metta Stegall)

May 10, 1901-July 16, 1991

Stegall, Frances T. w/o Wilbur D.Stegall

Oct 27, 1889-Jan 10, 1970

Stegall, G.C.  (George Clegg)

Nov 9, 1869-Jan 22, 1948

Stegall, Metta (Celestial A.) w/o G.C. Stegall

Jan 9, 1873-Dec 11, 1945

   Daughter of Lavisa Medlin

Stegall, Oscar s/o G.C. & S.A. Stegall

Mar 16, 1891-June 10, 1897

Stegall, Robert A. (s/o G.C. & Metta Stegall)

June 2, 1915-July 23, 1970

  NC PVT 184 MILITARY POLICE BTN. WW I I

Stegall, Vann J. (s/o G.C. & Metta Stegall)

May 8, 1903-Aug 1, 1956

Stegall, Wilbur D.

May 1, 1896-Oct 28, 1976

Tarlton, Rev J.B.

Jan 14, 1857-Aug 17, 1898

Tarlton, Lenora Belle

Mar 24, 1883-Sept 20, 1960

Tarlton, Lavicy Jane

Sept 29, 1863-Aug 4, 1947

Tarlton, Margaret w/o Rev. J.B. Tarlton

Oct 10, 1858-Dec 31, 1928

Tarlton, Richard W.

June 11, 1806-July 27, 1884

Tarleton, Richard B.

Jan 5, 1887-Aug 25, 1973

Taylor, Jacob Wade

Mar 27, 1997-Apr 30, 1997

Trull, F.M. (Francis M. )

Dec 15, 1831-Feb 29, 1888

Trull, Hester [3] (Stegall) s/o F.M. Trull

Jan 25, 1839-Jan 18, 1923

Trull, Sam

1862-1942

Trull, Sarah Katherine w/o Sam Trull

1861-1933

Trull, W.T.

June 4, 1884-Oct 13, 1908

Watson, Beadie Love w/o James A. Watson

Dec 15, 1866-Nov 10,. 1943

Watson, Fred R.

Apr 3, 1886-Feb 21, 1920

Watson, James A.

Oct 22, 1855-Dec 31, 1918

Watson, Lula Belle

Dec 11, 1900-Feb 13, 1977

Watson, Robert K.

1897-1981

Watson, Robert Keel s/o Mr & Mrs R.K. Watson

Sept 16, 1930-June 27, 1933

Whitley, Infant d/o W.R. & Effie Whitley

Oct 27, 1925-Oct 27, 1925

Whitley, Irene d/o Mr & Mrs R.A. Whitley

Oct 22, 1931-Oct 23, 1931

Whitley, Ocie C. w/o Relas A. Whitley

1904-1961

Whitley, Relas A.

1909-1974

Whitley, Sallie L. w/o W.C. Whitley

Dec 9, 1879-Sept 9, 1923

Williams, Infant s/o Lyda & J.C. Williams

May 20, 1930-May 20, 1930

Williams, John C.

Aug 25, 1880-Dec 6, 1936

Williams, L. Verla d/o H.M. & M. Williams

Dec 30, 1906-May 23, 1907

Williams, Lyda J. Little w/o John C. Williams

Apr 1, 1883-Jan 19, 1931

Williams, Martha w/o H.M. Williams

Oct 6, 1878-June 7, 1907

York, Joseph H.(Herndon) York PVT CO H7 NC REGT CSA

Oct 15, 1838-Nov 3, 1862

  Died at Camp Ruffin Virginia. He married Hannah Serene

  Freeman, born Nov 1931-died Dec 19, 1914-buried at

  Philadelphia Presbyterian Church in Mint Hill.

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[1] -Monroe Journal, (Union County, NC), Friday, April 20, 1923 - Mr. John E. HAIGLER died at the home of his son, Mr. T.C. HAIGLER, in Monroe about six o’clock Tuesday morning [Apr. 17].  He had been sick since January with a complication of diseases following flu and had been brought to the home of his older son in order that he might be nearer medical attention.  The funeral was held Wednesday and the remains were buried at Zion Methodist church, of which the deceased was a member.  Mr. HAIGLER was reared near Zion church and the ground on which it stands was given by his grandfather for church purposes.  Rev. J.W. STRIDER, the pastor, and Rev. T.J. HUGGINS, the former pastor, and Rev. B.B. SHANKLE, conducted the services.  A large congregation attended the funeral, and completely filled the church.  After the white people had retired a number of colored people who attended went in.

The deceased is survived by his wife and seven children.  Mrs. HAIGLER has been sick since January and has had a severe case of pneumonia.  The children are Mrs. J.E. BROOM, Miss Eunice HAIGLER, and Messrs. T.C. HAIGLER and S.E. HAIGLER of Monroe, and O.B. HAIGLER, S.D. HAIGLER, and G.B. HAIGLER of Goose Creek.  Mr. HAIGLER was a splendid Confederate soldier, and was a member of Co. I, 48th Regiment, one of the renowned regiments of the army.  He was only twenty years old when the war closed, having been born June 16, 1845.  Immediately after coming home from the war, he was married, his wife survives him, being Miss Mary Ellen CLONTZ.  Like the other boys who survived the bloody war, he came home to begin the long and laborious battle of life under adverse circumstances.  He lived long in the community.  He lived all his life near the spot where he was born and for sixty years had lived at the same homestead.  Mr. HAIGLER was most noted for his honesty in all things, for his pleasant disposition and for his hospitality.  Relatives, friends and strangers all found welcome in his home.  He was well read and had a mind well stored with information.  There is no better index to a man’s character that what his neighbors say of him.  Mr. M.C. LONG, who knew HAIGLER since his young manhood, and was his neighbor for a long time, said to the Journal: “There was never a better neighbor than John E. HAIGLER.”

 

[2] -Monroe Journal, (Union County, NC)  Friday, May 4, 1923 - Mrs. Mollie HAIGLER died yesterday morning at her home in Goose Creek township following by about three weeks the death of her husband, Mr. John E. HAIGLER.  She was stricken with paralysis two days before her death but had been in feeble health for some time.  The funeral was held this morning at Zion church by Rev. J. W. STRIDER, Dr. C. C. WEAVER, and Rev. B. B. SHANKLE.  Mrs. HAIGLER was a lifelong member of the Methodist church and a woman of noble Christian character devoted to her home and family.  She is survived by one brother, Esq. I. A. CLONTZ and by the following children, T. C. and S. E.  HAIGLER of Monroe, O. B., S. D., and G. B. HAIGLER of Goose Creek, Mrs. J. E. BROOM and Miss Eunice HAIGLER.

[3] -Monroe Journal, Tuesday, January 23, 1923 - Mrs. Hester TRULL, widow of the late Prof. “Blind” TRULL, died at her home near Concord on last Thursday night. The remains were brought to this county and buried at Zion church in Goose Creek township on Saturday. Prof. TRULL will be remembered by many of our older people as the famous blind mathematician who taught school in this county several years ago. Mrs. TRULL was the daughter of the late Arter B. STEGALL and had a host of relatives throughout this section.