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  • Subject (Images): Cemeteries
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    • Joppa Burying Ground

    • 1908; 1909; 1910; 1911; 1912
    • Davie County Public Library
    • Organized in 1767, Joppa Presbyterian Church began in the southeast section of a graveyard. The church moved to the town of Mocksville in 1834, leaving the cemetery neglected for many years. Preservation of the cemetery fell under the auspices of...
    • Squire and Sarah Boone Tombstones

    • 1908; 1909; 1910; 1911; 1912
    • Davie County Public Library
    • Squire Boone and Sarah Morgan Boone, the parents of Daniel Boone, lie buried in Joppa Cemetery, then known as Burying Ground Ridge. Squire Boone died in January 1765; Sarah, in 1777.
    • Postcards from Argonne

    • 1919
    • Kings Mountain Historical Museum
    • Collection of photograph postcards from around the Argonne Cemetery and other French cities. 1919. The book discloses the post-World War I destruction of France.
    • Marking the Grave of Grand Master William Polk

    • 1935; 1936; 1937; 1938; 1939; 1940; 1941; 1942; 1943; 1944; 1945
    • The Grand Lodge of Ancient, Free and Accepted Masons of North Carolina
    • Grand Lodge officers and members of the several Masonic lodges in Raleigh marking the grave of Past Grand Master William Polk at Oakwood Cemetery in Raleigh, North Carolina.
    • Cemetery

    • 1940
    • Kings Mountain Historical Museum
    • Photo is of an unidentified grave site with an American Flag in the foreground.
    • Joppa Cemetery

    • 1940; 1941; 1942; 1943; 1944; 1945; 1946; 1947; 1948; 1949
    • Davie County Public Library
    • The cemetery, originally known as Burying Ground Ridge, holds the graves of Daniel Boone's parents, Squire and Sarah, and his brother, Israel.
    • Funerals

    • 1940; 1941; 1942; 1943; 1944; 1945; 1946; 1947; 1948; 1949; 1950; 1951; 1952; 1953; 1954; 1955; 1956; 1957; 1958; 1959; 1960
    • Edgecombe County Memorial Library
    • There are two photographs of a street in town, labeled, "Sadler Funereal." There are cars lining the street.; A picture of a family coming out of a house behind a casket. The casket has an American flag covering it. There is also a gold star in...
    • Byerly Chapel Methodist

    • 1951
    • Davie County Public Library
    • Byerly Chapel organized with seven members in 1887. The nearby cemetery is much older than the church. East of the chapel lies a wooded gorge known as the "Cornwallis Road".
    • Master Plan for Chapel Hill Memorial Cemetery, 1954

    • 1954-09
    • Chapel Hill Historical Society
    • A 1954 map for the Chapel Hill Memorial Cemetery, parallel to State Highway 15 and Old Durham Road. Drafted by R.D. Tillson & Associates, Inc. of High Point and Winston-Salem, this map is based on a 1953 topographic map by John Govk, C.E. Included...
    • Rose Cemetery

    • 1955; 1956; 1957; 1958; 1959; 1960; 1961; 1962; 1963; 1964; 1965
    • Benson Museum of Local History
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    • Old Cemetery Extension, 1960

    • 1960-11
    • Chapel Hill Historical Society
    • 1960 map of a proposed development of a new segregated cemetery, perpendicular to North Carolina State Highway 54 and the Old Cemetery. The map was traced from a 1933 map by A.R. Hollett, C.E.
    • Clement Tombstone

    • 1978
    • Davie County Public Library
    • Rev. Albert Turner Clement was born a slave and rose to prominence as a minister in the AME Zion Church for 36 years. His granddaughter, Dr. Abbie Clement Jackson, and Ruth Clement Bond visit his gravesite in the St. John's AME Zion Church cemetery.

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