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Angle Cemetery (partial - with notes)

Contributed by John Otto:

This cemetery is located on Angle Plantation Rd., a few hundred feet south of Wirtz Rd


Angle Cemetery Entrance Sign and Farmland
Angle Cemetery entrance sign and another photograph that shows the setting of the cemetery in rolling farmland near the still active Angle farm that has been in the Angle family since Peter Angle claimed his 153 acres ca. 1790.


Henry S. and Mary (Wray) Hodges
 "Single tombstone with inscriptions on opposite sides.  Mary was the daughter of Jonas & Elsabeth (Angle) Wray, the granddaugther of Henry and Sarah (Robertson) Angle and the great granddaughter of Peter and Elizabeth Jane (Miller) Angle, all Franklin County residents.  (Note: Henry and Mary's oldest son Joseph Alonzo Hodges, and his first wife Fannie Lee Brim, are buried close to Henry and Mary in now unmarked graves.  This information was obtained from his grandson.  The attached obituary supports this claim.)"

obituary - Joseph Hodges


Peter and Jane Miller Angle
tombstone with Revolutionary War marker.  Peter and his descendants are the subject of a book written by Eula Ferguson Angle, Copyright 1969


Benjamin and Mary (Angle) Wray
"Adjacent tombstones.  This Benjamin Wray, b. 1820, was the son of Chesley Wray (older, half-brother of Jonas Wray); grandson of Benjamin A. Wray, Revolutionary War soldier; and, great grandson of Moses and Elizabeth (Morris) Wray."