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Sampson -Wilson Cemetery

Sampson Mountain Rd., Egypt Twp., Yancey Co., North Carolina

by Beth Bradford-Pytel

updated on 05/31/15

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PHOTO -bbpytel:  Macro view of the entrance and the sign crafted by Julian Fender and myself and installed on July 5, 2014.

 

The Sampson-Wilson Cemetery is named after both Sampson Mountain, 4,770 ft peak near which the cemetery is located and also the ancestors of Samuel Thomas Wilson (#1a), s/o Thomas Wilson and Mary Hensley.  The Sampson-Wilson and Duke Fender Cemeteries are situated next to each and both well maintained.  The graveyard is easily accessible by walking through the Duke Cemetery to enter.  The oldest marked grave is my 4G grandfather, John "Broke-Leg" Edwards (see plots 29a/b (b. Jan 1806 - d. Oct 1884) buried next to his 2nd wife, Margaret "Arty" Higgins.  A group of aged boxwoods surrounds CR Bradford and wife's graves which serve as the focal point of the cemetery.   There are over 25 unmarked graves with field stones.

 

 

Left and Right photos courtesy of Dwight Edwards Winter 2010

DIRECTIONS:  Proceed on 19W east towards Burnsville to the stop sign at Bee Log Junction.  Make a right and cross the Cane River. Guys General Store/Gas Station is on the left.  Make your first left onto Bald Mountain Road. Continue for about 4 miles (passing through Bee Log village) up the winding 2-lane road towards Bald Mountain.  Make a left onto Sampson Mountain Road and continue up the hill for about a half mile and you will see a livestock gate on the right.  This is the entrance to both Duke Fender and Sampson Wilson Cemeteries which are next to each other

 

I give special thanks to Dwight Edwards and Julian Fender for their collaboration, photos and partnership on this website for ancestry preservation.  The three of us are descendants of John "Broke-Leg" Edwards.


SURNAMES:  ADKINS [#3-4; 10], BRADFORD [#1b; 5-9; 31-32], BURLESON [#11], CRAIN [#19], EDWARDS  [#14; 16; 28-30; 34-37; 44-45], HANEY [#13; 23], HENSLEY [#17-18; 33; 35], HICKS [#5],  MCCURRY [#42] PARKER [#8a], PHILLIPS [#24-27], WILSON [#1-2; 12-15; 18b; 20-22; 38-44]

PHOTO:  Samuel T. Wilson and 2nd Wife, Elender "Nelly" Bradford - courtesy Dwight Edwards

1a.  WILSON, Samuel Thomas

b. February 4, 1832 - d. July 22, 1912

"A Soldier - Friend to his Country and a Believer in Christ"

Pvt. Co. C, 16th NC Infantry - CSA - Civil War

[s/o Thomas Wilson and Mary Hensley; 1st wife is Jane Duncan b. 1831 (d/o John Dunkin b. 1785 of Ashe Co., NC); married August 21, 1853 in Yancey Co.; children:

1) William Andrew (b. Jan. 1854)

2) Austin (b. Feb. 1856) md. Livonia Ann Rebekah Hedrick

3) Elbert (b. 1858)

4) David (b. 1862)

6) John Douglas (b. 1864)

7) Mary (b. 1867) born in Missouri

 

2nd "wife? /companion" Elender "Nelly" Bradford (see below #1b)

NOTE:  During the 1850 Yancey Co., Census, Egypt Twp., HH #870, first wife Jane Duncan was 19 and living with widower Daniel Fender (age 59) and his three children whom he sired with his 2nd wife, Linda Duncan (deceased).  I suspect Jane is the younger sister of Linda and moved in with Daniel to help raise the three small children at which time she became acquainted with Samuel T. Wilson (age 16) who was living one door down with his family.  During the 1860 Yancey Co. Census HH# 822, Samuel (age 25) and Jane (age 26) are indicated with their 3 sons.  In 1870, Samuel is living in Yancey with Nelly Bradford and their 3 children, while "Jane Wilson" is the head of household in the Jefferson Twp., Linn Co., MO Census HH# 96 with 5 of their youngest children and all noted being born in NC except for Mary being born in Missouri which would indicate that after the Civil War, Samuel and Jane were living in Missouri.  In the same 1870 Jefferson Twp., Linn Co., MO, census, HH #66, John A. Fender (s/o Daniel Fender and Linda Duncan) and family are noted.  In 1878, John Californey Wilson (s/o William Wilson and Susannah Bradford) was living in Missouri and    writes a letter   to his widowed mother back in Yancey Co., NC for her to tell Samuel Wilson that his wife (Jane Duncan) and children are living in Arkansas with William W. Fenderís family and all is well.  The 1880 Cache, Lawrence Co. Arkansas Census, HH #439 shows Jane Wilson "age 54" as "sister" living with William W. Fender and Martha A. along with her children Elbert age 20 born NC, David age 18 born NC, John age 16 born NC and Mary age 12 born in Missouri and noted as nephews/niece of WW Fender.  We know this is incorrect, but I suspect she told the census taker this because she knew Thomas would never come back to her.  Based on the records and the dates of birth of the children between both wives, he sired 3 children concurrently with Jane Duncan and Nelly Bradford.   During the Civil War, at age 24, Samuel enlisted as Pvt. for Co. C., 16th NC Regiment CSA.  On May 1, 1861, he fought in the Battle of Seven Pines (also known as Fair Oaks) outside of Richmond, VA and sustained injury to his left hand/wrist which resulted in amputation.  Records show that his hand was "shot off."  He was discharged shortly thereafter on Aug. 2, 1862 by reason of disability.   He left his first wife, in Missouri with their children and returned to Yancey and married Nelly Bradford.   All Photos courtesy of Dwight Edwards 2010

1b.  WILSON, Elender ["Nelly" BRADFORD]  unmarked

b. abt. 1843 - d. December 22, 1922

[d/o Samuel Bradford and Elizabeth Pate; w/o Samuel T. Wilson - their children:

1)  John Wesley #2b (b. 1865 - d. 1895) md. Saraphine "Fine" Parker

2)  William Riley (b. 1868 - 1945) md. Lucinda Robertson, d/o George W. Pate and Mary Evaline Robertson buried Wilson Cem, Burnsville       Photo of  William Riley and Lucinda      courtesy Dwight Edwards       Photo of William Riley and Lucinda     courtesy of David Fender

3)  Mary #2 (b. 1870)

4)  Bacchus (b. 1873 - d. 1895)

5)  Silas (b.

6)  Martha Lucinda (b. 1879) md. John David Watts on April 19, 1895

7)  Franklin Bradford (b.1882)

NOTE:  It is unclear if Thomas actually married Nelly Bradford since he was still legally married to Mary Duncan who was living in Missouri and Arkansas with their children.  During the 1920 Census, Egypt Twp, Nellie was widowed at age 75 and living with her daughter Martha Lucinda who was married to Burgess.        NC Death Record #583     cause of death "paralysis - old age"; died age 80, widow; informant W.F. Howard, parents mentioned in record; buried "Bald Mountain."  Nellie B. Wilson was a mid wife.

2.  ADKINS, Mary WILSON

b.  February 5, 1870 - d. January 26, 1928

"Wife of J. E. Adkins"

[d/o Samuel T. Wilson and Elender Bradford; wife of John Ebb Adkins b. May 8, 1871 - d. March 25, 1954 in Granger Co., TN]

NOTE:       NC Death Record #329      cause of death "dropsy - heart disease"; died age 57, married; informant Riley Wilson (brother); parents mentioned in record; buried "Bald Mountain."

 

2b WILSON, John Wesley, Sr.   [unmarked]

b. January 6, 1865 - d. November 22, 1895

[s/o Samuel T. Wilson and Elender Bradford #1a/b; married Sarafine Parker #8a on July 25, 1884]

3.  ADKINS, Sam Willis

b. - d. 1982

NOTE: Funeral home marker; photo -bbpytel Sept 2013

 

4.  ADKINS, Callie

b. July 31, 1908 - d. July 6, 2001

[w/o Samuel Willis Adkins]

NOTE:  tombstone photo courtesy of Dwight Edwards 2010

 

5a.  HICKS, Joann BRADFORD

b. Dec. 29, 1941 - d. January 22, 2007

[d/o Hubert Bradford and Nola Pate buried Milburn Bradford Cem. w/o William "Bill" Hicks]

NOTE:  Photo courtesy of Dwight Edwards 2010

Funeral marker photo by Julian Fender Dec 2011

 

5b. HICKS, William "Bill" Robert

b. December 10, 1939 - d. December 17, 2014

[s/o Walter Hicks and Rose

NOTE: William was born in Kingsport, Tennessee and joined in the US Marine Corps.  After his military serviced, he worked and retired from Overnite / UPS.  He was an avid hunter and fisherman, expert rifleman and archer. He held the National American Bow-hunter Championship.  Funeral was held at East Lawn Funeral Home and service officiated by Pastor Dewy Shaffer.    Photos courtesy of Dwight Edwards 2015

 

6.  BRADFORD, Steve

b.  October 12, 1950 - d.  January 7, 1953

"Have Faith in God"

[s/o Hubert Bradford and Nola Pate buried Milburn Bradford Cem]

NOTE:     NC Death Record #2286     he was born October 1, 1949 and died January 7, 1953 from cholera.  Photo courtesy of Dwight Edwards 2010

 

7.  BRADFORD, Roger

b. October 5, 1944 - d. May 6, 1963

"An Inspiration to All Who Knew Him"

[s/o Hubert Bradford and Nola Pate buried Milburn Bradford Cem]

NOTE:  Photo courtesy of Dwight Edwards 2010

 

8a.  BRADFORD, Fine WILSON  [Sarafine PARKER]

b.  June 10, 1865 - d. May 22, 1942

[d/o James "Jim" Parker and Patty Phillips; married 1st- John Wesley Wilson Sr. (s/o Samuel Wilson and Nelly Bradford #1/2); married July 25, 1884; children:

1) Martha (b. 1884) md. John McCourry

2) Thomas (b. 1885 -d . 1941) md. Cordelia "Delia: McCourry buried McCourry-Ledford Cem.

3) Mary-Jane (b. 1886) md Mr. Brackins

4) Samuel (b. 1887 - d. 1948) md. Nellie Axey Ledford buried McCourry-Ledford Cem.

5) Garrett  (b. 1890) md. Elizabeth McCourry

6) Roseanne (b. 1892) md. Rev. Zebulon Ledford

 

2nd Husband (in the photo) C.R Bradford (s/o Samuel Thomas Bradford and Elizabeth Pate) married May 10, 1914; no children together

NOTE:    DEATH RECORD    Photos courtesy of Dwight Edwards 2010

 

8b.   BRADFORD, C.R.  [Cornelius "Neely" R. Bradford]

"McElroys 16th NC Regt. CSA"

[b.  September 1854ish??  - d. November 3, 1934

s/o Samuel Bradford and Elizabeth Pate]

    NC Death Record #396      died of "Dropsy"; informant was his son Carter Bradford.

NOTE:  CR was born and raised in the Bald Mountain area of Yancey Co.  According to his Civil War Pension Application filed in 1932, he attests he is age 86 and enlisted in March 1864 serving for 8 months as Pvt. for the 16th NC Regt., CSA during the Civil War.  He could not remember his unit number and Colonel John S. McElroy and and Captain Holloway could not identify or any record of him.   Looking at the Census Records going back to 1850 and the ages of when he got married to his wives, there are gaps in his age declarations.  The key one being that in 1850, he was not found in the HH of his parents.  10 years later in the 1860 Census, he was age 6.  I am inclined to believe that he was born about 1854 when you look at all the records in totality.   He also served as Justice of the Peace for the Burnsville area and a witness to many marriages; also a farmer.  Tombstone photo courtesy of Dwight Edwards; right photo of CR Bradford in the Peek Lodge uniform of the "International Order of Odd Fellows"  courtesy of Jonathan Bennett.

 

               CSA Civil War Pension Application                                 1940 Civil War Tombstone Application   

 

CR Bradford married 3 times

1st wife: Sarah Adeline Woodby (b. May 1857 in Carter Co., TN - d. Aug. 1911) married Jan. 18, 1877; d/o James Lloyd Woodby and Susannah M. Honeycutt; children:

1)  William Eason (b. 1878 - d. 1927) md. Nora Elizabeth Radford on Jan. 4, 1898; buried Piney Hill Cem.; 

                      FAMILY PHOTO Younger                    FAMILY PHOTO  Older      photos courtesy of Jonathan Bennett

2)  Lovaska (b. 1880) md. McDaniel "MB" Berry Honeycutt on May 30, 1899

3)  Mary Emaline (b. 1882) md. William B. Phillips

4)  Sintha (b. 1884)

5)  Willard Franklin (b. 1886) md. Margaret "Maggie" Woodby

6)  Joseph B. (b. 1890) md. Mary Jane King on April 9, 1903

7)  Hannah Agnes (b. 1892) md. Robert Andrew Bailey on Jan. 7, 1909; buried McInturff Cem. Unicoi Co., TN

8)  Carter Cornelius "CC". #9 (b. 1893 - d. 1948) md. Anna Ruth Bennett

9)  Birdie F. (b. 1896)

10) Milburn (b. 1898 - d. 1980) md. Loretta Wilson; buried Milburn Bradford Cem

 

2nd wife: Rosanne "Anna" Bennett (b. May 1879 - d. Feb. 1, 1914; d/o Amos Bennett and Isabell Ledford) married CR Bradford on July 20, 1911.  She was first married to Uriah Bennett (b. May 10, 1829) of Green Mountain around 1900 and they had 3 children: Thomas, Isabelle (b. 1906) and John Landon.  He was 50 years her senior and died before 1910.  She lived a short life and per the     NC Death Record #4472     she died from "fright and a heart attack." and buried at the Tipton-Bennett Cemetery.  The following newspapers articles explain the tragic event which made statewide headlines and also the arrest of CR Bradford for the alleged involvement that contributed to Rosanne's death.  She was age 35 with some type of cardiac affliction which made her an "invalid" as indicated in the investigation.  Furthermore, CR was not living with her at the time.  After her death, her three children with Uriah Bennett (deceased) were sent off to the Oxford Orphanage operated by the Grand Lodge Masons of NC.  Thomas contracted pneumonia around Christmas 1917 and died a week later. 

          

          

3rd wife - Sarafine Parker - married May 10, 1914; no children together

 

9.  BRADFORD, C. C. [Carter]

b. April 7, 1893 - d. May 18, 1948

[s/o C.R. Bradford and Sarah A. Woodby; married 1st. Anna Ruth Bennett (d/o Uriah Rice Bennett and Naomi Peterson) June 10, 1910; she is buried at Fairview Cem. Yancey.;  children: Arcemus, Frank, Thaddeus Carter, Charles, Kate, Anna-Gene];  married 2nd Dora.

 

      WW1 REGISTRATION   

 

NOTE:  War registration states he was born April 9, 1890, blue eyes, dark hair, medium build, married with 3 children and employed as a Mail Contractor.  Tombstone photo courtesy of Dwight Edwards 2010; photo of Carter and his sister shared by Lisa Bradford.

 

10.  ADKINS, Hannan

b. May 23, 1899 - d. August 10, 1899

"Our Loved One"

NOTE:  tombstone photo courtesy of Dwight Edwards 2010

 

11.  BURLESON, Theresa Ann

b.  June 11, 1957 - d. August 3, 1982

"An Inspiration to All Who Knew Her"

NOTE:  tombstone photo courtesy of Dwight Edwards 2010

 

12a.  WILSON, Noah

b. January 24, 1891 - d. June 24, 1965

[s/o Jesse Wilson and Amy Dullie Webb]

 

12b.   WILSON, Maggie [HANEY]

b.  1891 - d. 1981

[w/o Noah; d/o John Haney and Emeline McIntosh]

NOTE: The graves are enclosed with a chain link fence.

tombstone photo courtesy of Dwight Edwards 2010

 

13a.  WILSON, Ethel  [EDWARDS]

b.  September 3, 1904 - d. December 28, 1958

[w/o Gilbert; d/o Daniel Edwards and Celia]

 

13b.   WILSON, Gilbert

b.  July 28, 1896 - d. November 28, 1961

[s/o Jessie Wilson and Amy Dullie Webb]

NOTE:  tombstone photo courtesy of Dwight Edwards 2010

 

 

14.   EDWARDS, Daniel

 

15.  Unmarked

16.  Unmarked

17.  HENSLEY, Anita Kaye

b. July 1, 1962 - d. August 13, 2009

[d/o William Rexter Hensley and alive]

NOTE: tombstone photo courtesy Julian Fender Dec 2011

 

    OBITUARY       "Anita Kaye Hensley, 47, of the

Barnardsville community, went home to be with the Lord on Thursday, August 13, 2009 at Memorial Mission Hospital. A native of Buncombe County, she was a daughter of Ruvina Wilson Hensley of Barnardsville and the late William Rex Hensley. She was also preceded in death by three sisters: Karen Renea Hensley, Teresa Burleson and Jolene Harwood.  Funeral Services will be held at 2 p.m. on Sunday, August 16th in the Chapel of Yancey Funeral Services. Rev. Leonard Cole, Rev. Gary Hill and Rev. Clifton McCurry will officiate. Graveside services will follow in the Sampson Cemetery"

 

18a.   HENSLEY, William Rexter

b.  March 9, 1918 - d. November 16, 1999

[s/o Mack Hensley and Emma Wilson (buried Ferguson Cem. Yancey)]

NOTE:  his military ground stone is at the base of Arty Edwards' headstone - served as PFC US Army in WWII.

 

18b.  HENLSEY, Revina WILSON

b. Feb. 1935 - d. ?

 

19.  CRAIN, McDaniel  [Hiram McDaniel]

b.  1877 - 1939  [April 4, 1877 - d. July 4, 1939]

[s/o Andrew Jackson Crane and Mary "Polly" Wilson]

NOTE:  He married twice - 1st Vera Stockton of Flag Pond, Unicoi Co.; 2nd Hannah Higgins;  he was a farmer; unable to read or write; photo courtesy of Dwight Edwards 2010

 

20.   WILSON, Chloe

b. July 27, 1916 - d. February 12, 1933

[s/o Isaac Wilson and Cora McCurry]

NOTE:      NC Death Record #313     died age 6 of intestinal tuberculosis

photo -bbpytel Sept 2013

 

21.  WILSON, Hewelle

b.  September 23, 1914 - d. August 21, 1916

[s/o Isaac Wilson and Cora McCurry]

NOTE:  photo -bbpytel Sept 2013

 

22.  WILSON, Ray

b.  May 26, 1930 - d. January 11, 1943

[s/o Isaac Wilson and Cora McCurry]

NOTE:  photo -bbpytel Sept 2013

 

23.  HANEY, Andrew

b. August 25, 1888  - d. February 11, 1914

NOTE:  tombstone photo courtesy of Dwight Edwards 2010

 

24.  PHILLIPS, Walter Arthur

b. March 5, 1909 -  d. April 12, 1968

NOTE:  tombstone photo courtesy of Dwight Edwards 2010

 

25.  PHILLIPS, Rex Hobert

b.  February 15, 1899 - d. March 15, 1957

[married Neta Fender August 4, 1928 buried Zack Fender Cem]

NOTE:  photo of Rex courtesy of Julian Fender

 

27.  PHILLIPS, Infant Male

b/d  1946

[s/o Rex H. Phillips and Netta Fender]

 

28.  EDWARDS, William George

b. Oct. 1849 - d. 1949

[s/o John Broke-leg Edwards and Margaret Higgins; married Sarah Wilson]

NOTE:  photo courtesy Julian Fender 2011

 

HENSLEY, William Rex

PFC US Army - WW II

b. March 9, 1918 - d. November 16, 1999

[s/o Mack Hensley and Emma Wilson (buried Ferguson Cem. Yancey)]

NOTE: His double headstone (see #18a) is located separately from ground stone which is at the base of Arty Higgins Edwards' headstone.

 

29a.  EDWARDS, Arty Christine [Margaret HIGGINS]

b. April 1826 - d. January 16, 1896

[2nd w/o John Broke-Leg Edwards - married April 4, 1846 in Wash. Co., TN;  children: 

1)  Linville (b. 1846) killed in Civil War 1865, buried in Kentucky

2)  Leannah (b. 1847) md. Edward "Ned" Amos Wilson

3)  William George. (b. 1849) #28

4)  Skelton T. (b. 1853) md. May Jane Honeycutt buried Edwards Cem. Coxes Creek

5)  Jasper N. (b. 1856) md. Nancy Ledford

6)  Barbary Ann (b. 1858) md.

7)  Sarah Malissa (b. 1859) md. J. H. Shephard

8)  Margaret Manerva (b. 1863) md. David Honeycutt suspect burial JC Wilson Cem

9)  Rachel (b.  1864)

10) Isabel Ibby (b. 1865) md. Marcus C. Cooper buried Cooper-Ledford Cem.

NOTE:  it appears someone has recently etched info on the stone?  This stone is the pair to 29b.; photo courtesy of Dwight Edwards 2010

 

 

29b.  EDWARDS, John "Broke-leg"

b.  January 3, 1806 - d. October 3, 1884

[s/o John Jackson Edwards Jr. and Susan Cantrell;

1st wife: Leannah Briggs (1810-1844), d/o Edward "Big-Ed" Wilson and Dolly Briggs buried JC Wilson Cem. children:

1)  George Washington (b. 1831)

2)  Catherine Jane (b. 1832) md. Robert Burton Hensley; buried Hensley Cem #3 Spivey, Tenn

3) John Wesley (b. 1833) md. Emily Jane Hensley; buried Watts Cem.

4) Howell (b. 1835) md. Louisa Jane Hensley; buried Hensley Cem #3 Spivey, Tenn

5) William Silas (b. 1840) md. Sarah - killed in 1863 in the Civil War, Dalton, GA

 

2nd wife - Margaret Higgins #29a

NOTE: Served in the Militia Home Guard in 1846; also as Pvt. with Co. A 10th Illinois Cavalry - Civil war;  photo courtesy of Dwight Edwards 2010

 

31.  BRADFORD, Wennie

b.  b. June 12, 1935 - d. June 18, 1935

[d/o Milburn Bradford and Loretta Wilson]

NOTE:  photo courtesy of Dwight Edwards 2010

 

32.  BRADFORD, Chloe

b.  May 5, 1933 - d. November 25, 1933

[d/o Milburn Bradford and Loretta Wilson]

NOTE:  photo courtesy of Dwight Edwards 2010

 

33.  HENSLEY, Adline

b.  August 23, 1954 - d. March 16, 1956

[d/o Vestil Hensley and Roxie]

NOTE:  photo courtesy of Dwight Edwards 2010

 

WILSON, Dan

NOTE:  photo -bbpytel Sept 2013

 

34.  EDWARDS, Latt

b.  March 20, 1888 /1890/ 1891* - d. December 24, 1950

[s/o Skelton T. Edwards (buried Edwards Cem. Coxes Creek) and Mary Jane Honeycutt; married Maud S. #37 on March 29, 1911; children:  Loranzy, Hettie, Leander, Paul]

NOTE: *    NC Death Record #29883     shows his date of birth April 20, 1888 - died of "cerebral vascular accident / hypertension."   His WWI Draft Card shows birth date March 20, 1891; tombstone photo courtesy of Dwight Edwards 2010

 

35.  HENSLEY, Loregia  [EDWARDS]

b.  1909 - d. 1933

NOTE:  tombstone photo courtesy of Dwight Edwards 2010

 

36.  EDWARDS, Paul

b.  1920 - d. 1920

[s/o Lattie Edwards and Maud]

NOTE: tombstone photo courtesy of Dwight Edwards 2010

 

37.  EDWARDS, Maude S.

b.  1895 - d. 1920

[w/o Lattie Edwards - married March 29, 1911]

NOTE:  It appears Maude died giving birth to Paul as both died in 1920; photo courtesy Julian Fender Dec 2011

 

38.  WILSON, Florence [MCCURRY]

b.  February 28, 1915 - d. September 14, 1999

"Rest in Peace"

[w/o David G. Wilson; d/o John Wilson and Martha McCourry]

NOTE:  tombstone photo courtesy of Dwight Edwards 2010

 

39.  WILSON, David Garrett

b.  December 8, 1905 - d. January 7, 1961

Pvt. US Army, WW II

NOTE:  tombstone photo courtesy of Dwight Edwards 2010

 

40.  WILSON, Loyd

b.  February 12, 1947 - d. September 18, 1963

"Gone But Not Forgotten - Asleep in Jesus"

[s/o David Wilson and Florence McCurry #38/39]

NOTE:  tombstone photo courtesy of Julian Fender Nov 2011

 

41.  WILSON, Isaac R.

b.  August 15, 1889 - d. January 2, 1973

[s/o Turner Wilson and Martha Higgins]

 

42.  WILSON, Cora [MCCURRY]

b.  1894 - d. 1971

[w/o Isaac R. Wilson; d/o Baulis McCurry and Freshie Ledford;

children:  Wynell #43, Pearl, Hewelle #21, Ray]

NOTE:  tombstone photo courtesy of Dwight Edwards 2010

 

43.  WILSON, Wynell

b.  September 12, 1932 - d. October 29, 1950

[d/o Isaac R. Wilson and Cora McCurry]

NOTE:  tombstone photo courtesy of Dwight Edwards 2010;

funeral marker Julian Fender Dec 2011.

 

44.  EDWARDS, Pearl  [WILSON]

b.  July 21, 1918  - d.  July 21, 1998

[w/o George L. Edwards; d/o Isaac R. Wilson and Cora McCurry #41/42]

NOTE:  tombstone photo courtesy of Dwight Edwards 2010

 

45.  EDWARDS, George L.

b.  October 25, 1911 - d. April 12, 1980

NOTE:  tombstone photo courtesy of Dwight Edwards 2010

 

 

plus over 25+ unmarked graves w/rocks-

Hensley / Wilson / Edwards / Crane / McCourry / Bradford / Phillips families

NOTE:  tombstone photo courtesy of Dwight Edwards 2010


trio-photos of the corner of Bald Mnt. and Sampson Mnt. Roads with a backdrop of Bald Mnt. --courtesy of local resident Dwight Edwards.


Macro view taken on a warm day in December 2011 by Julian Fender


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