Anson County, North Carolina
Lat: 35° 11' 22"N, Lon: 80° 07' 06"W
Contributed by Brandy H. Hartsell, Jul 01, 2003 [email@example.com]. Total records = 13.
Take Hwy 52 south from Norwood across Rocky River bridge into Anson County. After crossing bridge take first road to your right which will be old US 52. Once on old US 52 go across small bridge and the first dirt road to your right. Walk about one mile up the dirt road and there will be a patch of trees in the middle of a field on your right. The cemetery is located in the patch of trees.
The cemetery is in very poor condition. Farming of the land has not helped with the preservation of the cemetery,
This transcription includes all burials are record to the best of my knowledge. I visited this cemetery in Feb 2003, walking the cemetery and writting down all the info available.
- Brandy H. Hartsell
Marshall, A., d. 2-6-1838
Marshall, H., d. 1807
Marshall, James, d. 4-15-1818, Rev. War, Capt. of Burnswick Co. Military Virginia
Richardson, Eliza, d. 10-13-1844, 3 yrs., daughter of H. & S.L. Richardson
Richardson, Haynes, d. 1847, 34 yrs
Richardson, Mrs. Catherine, d. 6-26-1856, 51 yrs, wife of Prudie Richardson
Richardson, Samuel, d. 8-29-1837, son of Purdie & Catherine Richardson
Richardson, Sarah Helen, d. 10-8-1815, 1 yr., daughter of Purdie & Catherine Richardson
Turner, J., d. 1812
Turner, M. A., d. 1818
Turner, Robert Henry, b. 8-19-1838, d. 10-17-1843, son of James S. & Sarah Turner
Turner, William James, b. 3-3-1835, d. 3-14-1852, son of James S. & Sarah Turner
Waddill, Lucy, b. 2-10-1777, d. 12-27-1845
??, G. H., d. 1848
B.,E., no dates
T., W. J., no dates
Deaths & Obituaries: Newspapers 1690-Present