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Selected Cemeteries of Robeson County, North Carolina


Copied from original tombstones by Jurney S. 'Jay' Edgerton, Jr., between 1970-1990. Transcribed by S.C. Edgerton from writings of Jay Edgerton, 2000
NOTE: Some of the cemeteries listed here may no longer exist due to 'progress.'

  1. Family cemetery located on Lucille McLeod farm (off NC Hwy. 211) between Antioch and Raeford in Hoke County, NC:
    1. George W. McMillan, B. 20 Apr 1834 D. 26 Sept 1862
    2. John D. McMillan, B. 11 May 1832 D. 15 July 1847
    3. Duncan McMillan, B. 4 Feb 1830 D. 10 July 1849
    4. Jennet, wife of John H. McMillan, B. 1803 D. 5 Aug 1849 [Jennet was the sister of Archibald–"Wild Archie"McNeill, and daughter of "Long Duncan" McNeill]
    5. John H. McMillan, B. 15 Mar 1800 D. 6 June 1881 [Husband of Jennett McNeill]
    6. Infant son of J.D. and M.C. McLeod, 4 Nov 1901
    7. W.J. McLeod, D. 6 Nov 1879 age 47 years, 1 month, 20 days
    8. Flora J. daughter of W.J. McLeod, D. 19 May 1877 age 3 years, 1 month, 16 days
    Note: It is said that 'Wild Archie' McNeill [1792-1862, son of 'Long Duncan' McNeill and grandson of Turquill McNeill] was buried on his farm —the Lucille McLeod farm today—on a rise between two large pine trees.

  2. Cemetery located on O.B. Maxwell farm near Raeford in Hoke County, NC. Only one tombstone intact:
    1. Mary F. Graham, B. 28 Oct 1838 D. 15 May 1882 'Faithful Mother'

  3. Cemetery located across Brown's Pond from the north side of the Philadelphus Presbyterian Church at the base of a tree, Philadelphus, Robeson County, NC:
    1. Jane Ann, daughter of Duncan and Margaret McAlpin, D. 15 Apr 1836 age 2 years and 18 days
    2. Infant son of Duncan and Margaret McAlpin 'Still Born,' 9 Mar 1836 [This tombstone was missing in 1998. SE]

  4. Cemetery located on Dan McArthur, Jr.'s, farm near Wakulla, Robeson County, NC:
    1. Malcolm Murphy, B. 12 Feb 1790 D. 10 Oct 1820
    2. Archibald Murphy, B. 19 Apr 1798 D. 24 Oct 1820
    3. Christian Murphy, D. 1821 age 53 years
    4. Duncan Murphy, D. 1802 age 50 years
    5. Uphemia [?] Murphy [couldn't read date]
    6. Gilbert Murphy, D. 26 Nov 1820 aged 42
    7. [one or two childrens' unmarked graves]

  5. Cemetery near McNeill's Mill Pond, Hoke County, NC:
    1. William C. McNeill ["Billy Ghar" McNeill], B. 5 Mar 1802 D. 31 July 1875
    2. Flora [McNeill], wife of William C. McNeill, B. 1 Jun 1805 D. 28 Oct 1875
    3. John Archibald, son of William C. and Flora McNeill, B. 9 Dec 1840 D. 16 June 1850
    4. John Wesley McMillan, son of Archibald and Mary [McNeill] McMillan, B. Telfain County, Georgia, 29 Mar 1830 D. 23 Aug 1856
    5. Jane McNeill [dau of Archibald and Rebecca Cameron McNeill], B. 11 Feb 1782 D. 17 Sept 1872
    6. Nancy [McNeill] wife of Alexander Johnson, B. 14 Jan 1796 D. 3 Dec 1872

  6. Cemetery located on State Road No. 1318 near Centre Presbyterian Church, Robeson County, NC:
    1. Daniel McNair, B. Cantyre, Scotland D. Oct 1800 age 69
    2. Mary, wife of Daniel McNair, B. Guiahgn [Gigha?] Scotland D. 15 Nov 1807 age 62
    3. Margaret McNair , D. 13 Feb 1853 age 69
    4. Mary McNair, D. 23 Feb age 58
    5. Duncan McNair, D. 4 Mar 1853 age 71
    6. William McPhatter, B. 19 Sept 1811 D. 23 Nov 1848
    7. Jane, wife of William McPhatter, B. 10 Mar 1820 D. 9 Jan 1848
    8. Annabella McPhatter, B. Jun 1827 D. 31 Oct 1850
    9. Archibald McPhatter, B. 3 Apr 1831 age 53
    10. Sarah Fairly, D. 14 Oct 1817 age 22
    11. Archibald Fairly, D. 9 May 1807 age 38
    12. James Fairly, D. 9 May 1807 age 18
    13. Margaret Fairly, D. 20 Aug 1781 age LXII
    14. Infant son of John and Sally Fairly, D. 20 Jun 1822
    15. Robert Fairley [sic], D. 9 May 1821 age 61
    16. In Memory of John Fairly's mother, Effy, consort of Robert Fairly, D. Nov 1843 age 80 yrs
    17. Peter Fairly, D. 21 Aug 1823 age 27 years
    18. Col. Archibald McEachin, B. Argyleshire, Scotland D. 25 Sept 1828
    19. Mary, wife of Patrick McEachin, D. 1 May 1834 age 83
    20. Hector McEachin, B. 10 Mar 1790 D. 28 Mar 1828
    21. Infant son of Neill and Jennet Fairly, B. 22 Feb 1836 D. 7 Mar 1836
    22. Nancy Ray Fairly daughter of Neill and Jennet Fairly, B. 14 Jun 1828 D. 15 Jun 1829
    23. Infant daughter of John and Sally Fairly, D. 27 May 1825
    24. Mary Ann Gilchrist, D. Dec 1885 'age about 60 years'

  7. Allen McLean cemetery on State Road _____, near Wagram, Hoke County, NC:
    1. Dr. Peter McLean, B. 2 July 1856 D. 20 Sept 1880
    2. Dr. Angus D. McLean [son of Angus Duart McLean], D. 20 Jun 1869 age 55 years
    3. Dr. A.P. McLean, D. 26 Oct 1861 age 40 years
    4. Christian McLean, D. 26 Oct 1817 age 19 years
    5. Neill McLean, D. 24 Sep 1839 age 31 years
    6. Alexander McLean, D. 23 Jun 1856 age 36 years
    7. Jennet McLean, D. 30 Aug 1851
    8. Mrs. Jane Dobridge [sp?], D. 10 June 1847
    9. Jesse Simson, D. 25 Jan 1847 [numbers 8 and 9 'sisters from N.J.']
    10. A. McLean, B. Mar 1812 D. 5June 1889
    11. John McLean [John of Mull], Native of Argylshire, Scotland, D. 15 May 1846 age 76 yrs
    12. Susannah [Brown] wife of Rev. Hector McLean [dau of Rev. Daniel Brown and Catherine McPherson. Catherine McPherson dau of Daniel McPherson and Marian McNeill McPherson. Rev. Daniel Brown son of "Tory Neil" Brown and Sarah McPhaul. Dates of Susannah's lifespan omitted in record: B. 13 Jan 1809 D. 10 Dec 1890. Susannah and Rev. Hector married 17 Jan 1833; no issue]
    13. Reverend Hector McLean [B. 18 Aug 1807 D. 2 July 1889]

  8. Cemetery located on John McArthur, Jr.'s farm near Wakulla, Robeson county, NC:
    1. Hugh Johnson, D. 12 Oct 1891 age 82 years
    2. Emily Johnson, D. 26 June 1896 age 31 years
    3. There is the base of another tombstone here bearing the inscription 'Father and Mother.' [I could not located the rest of it.]

  9. Cemetery located 1/2 mile out of Lumber Bridge, Robeson County, NC, on Hwy 20, toward Raeford:
    1. Evander Johnson, B. 17 Nov 1850 D. 19 Sept 1856 'Eldest son of Hugh [Johnson?] and Jennet Graham.'
    2. 2, 3 or 4 unmarked graves in this small cemetery.

  10. Cemetery located on John McArthur, Jr.'s, farm near Wakulla, NC:
    1. Duncan McInnis, native of Scotland, D. 1795
    2. Catherine McKenzie [wife of Duncan McInnis] Native of Scotland, D. 1795
    3. Catherine McInnis born Scotland 1783 D. 29 June 1857 Daughter of Catherine and Duncan McInnis
    4. Alexander McInnis, B. Scotland 1785 D. Dec 1853 Son of Catherine and Duncan McInnis
    5. [Note: Only one tombstone in this cemetery bearing above names and dates and also 'Died the same night;' this referred to Duncan and Catherine McKenzie McInnis. Also, 'Immigrated from Appin in Argyleshire, Scotland in 1791.' This cemetery has been badly abused. JE]

  11. McNair cemetery, Rennert, Robeson County, N.C:
    1. Elizabeth, wife of Duncan McNair, B. 31 May 1801 age 31 yrs, 1 mo, 14 days.
    2. Duncan McNair, B. 20 Sept 1800 D. 21 Sept 1831.
    3. Christian, wife of Angus Campbell, D. 21 Aug 1846 age 84.
    4. [about 7 or 8 unmarked graves in this cemetery]

  12. Dan Graham cemetery, Lumber Bridge, Robeson County, N.C:
    1. William Graham, son of Daniel Graham and Elizabeth McMillan, B. 14 Mar 1814 D. 17 Nov 1893.
    2. Flora L. [Lamon] Graham, dau of John Graham and Flora McEachern, 1822-1874.
    3. Emma Hall, wife of Winfield Scott Graham, B. 24 Apr 1860 D. 6 Feb 1901.
    4. Winfield Scott Graham, son of William Graham and Flora Lamon, B. 25 Oct 1857 D. 4 July 1905.
    5. William Hugh Graham, unmarried, son of William Graham and Flora Lamon, 1853-1869.
    6. Walter Graham, son of Neill and Florence Graham, B. 14 July 1902 D. 11 Aug 1903.
    7. Earnest Graham, son of Neill and Florence Graham, B. 15 Dec 1895 D. 13 July 1900.
    8. Florence Hall Graham, wife of Neill Luther Graham, B. 29 May 1863 D. 18 June 1945. [Dau of Nathan Hall?]
    9. Carrie O. Graham, sister of Dan Graham, B. 6 Jan 1885 D. 16 July 1964.
    10. William B. Graham, B. 19 Oct 1889 D. 27 Dec 1945.
    11. Neil Leighton Graham, son of N.L. and Florence Hall Graham, B. 24 Aug 1898 D. 11 Nov 1976.
    12. Luola Bethune Graham, dau of N.L. and Florence Graham, b. 17 nov 1890 D. 2 Sept 1975.
    13. Neil Luther Graham, son of Will Graham and Flora Lamon, husband of Florence Hall. B 18 June 1857 D. 26 Apr 1923.

  13. McEachern Family cemetery located on State Road #1752 about two miles from Rennert in Robeson county, NC:
    1. Robert McEachern, B. Kintyre, Scotland 1735 D. 16 Dec 1816 'Emmigrated to U.S. in 1756.'
    2. Jennette Henderson wife of Robert McEachern, B. Kintyre, Scotland 1743 D. 16 Sept 1826 'Emmigrated to U.S. in 1756.'
    3. Hector McEachern, B. 4 Apr 1837 aged 72 years
    4. Mary McEachern, B. 1798 D. 3 Oct 1886
    5. Captain Robert James McEachern, B. 18 Apr 1838 D. 21 June 1864 'Co. D,' 51st N.C. Infantry, C.S.A. Died at Petersburg, Va. of wounds received at Cold Harbor.'
    6. Mary Ann McEachern, D. 20 Nov 1849, aged 18 years Daughter of Hector and Mary McEachern.
    7. Jennet McEachern daughter of Hector and Mary Smith McEachern. [No dates]
    8. Alexander McEachern, B. 29 Mar 1837 D. 30 Sept 1838 Son of Hector and Mary Smith McEachern.
    9. Effie McE. McNeill, 1781 D. 21 Sept 1868
    10. about 6 more graves, all unmarked.

  14. Cemetery located about 1 mile from McNeill's Mill Pond on State Road #1444 in Hoke County, NC:
    1. Daniel B. Marley, B. Elizabethtown, NC, 3 Nov 1806 D. 18 July 1884 Stone 'erected by his sons.'
    2. Lucy Ann, wife of Daniel Brown Marley, B. 23 Jan 1816 D. 16 Nov 1903
    3. Henry H. Marley, B. 1 Mar 1849 D. 21 Mar 1898
    4. Mary Catherine Marley, wife of H.J. Thomas B. 5 Feb 1839 D. 31 Dec 1916
    5. Rebecca J. Marley, B. 10 Feb 1835 D. 25 June 1918 wife of Ezekiel McKethan

  15. Early graves located at Barbecue Presbyterian Church in Harnett County, NC:
    1. Mary Ann, dau of Neill and Martha McLean, D. 2 Aug 1865 age 18 years 6 months 8 days
    2. Mary McLean, consort of Daniel McLean, B. 2 Dec 1757 D. 21 Nov 1828
    3. Jennet McLean, D. 6 May 1823 age 84 years
    4. Hugh McLean, D. 17 July 1826 age 54 years
    5. This tombstone located beside Jennet McLean's with this inscription: |_ |\/|_. [presumably 'L.M.'] J A. 1824
    6. Duncan McInnis, D. 12 Mar 1829 age 54 years
    7. 'Erected by Alexander Clark, Esq., in memory of his mother, Isabella Clark, who died 18 Nov 1811'
    8. John Clark, D. 27 Dec 1817 age 44
    9. Two small tombstones each bearing the inscriptions 'In memory of' and the following names: Christian Bruce and William Bruce.
    10. Margaret Bethea D. Oct 1782
    11. 'Erected by Christian McRae in memory of her mother, Isabella McRae, who died 13 Dec 1825 age 81 years'
    12. 'Erected by Christian McRae in memory of her father, Alexander McRae, who died 29 Apr 1810 age 76 years'
    13. New tombstone about five and one-half feet tall bearing the inscription: 'Daniel McCormick and Family.' The footstone reads: 'D. McC. 1728-1865'

  16. Some inscriptions from Lumber Bridge Presbyterian Church, Robeson County, NC:
    1. D.S. Johnson, B. 3 Dec 1835 D. 27 Mar 1877. [wife's initials were C.F.]
    2. Daniel McGregor Johnson, B. 23 Feb 1879 D. 20 July 1880. Son of A.G. and S.C. Johnson
    3. Malcolm Johnson, B. 1 Jan 1806 D. 25 Apr 1891.
    4. Mary, wife of Malcolm Johnson, B. 1802 D. 14 Apr 1874.
    5. Sarah C. McNitt, B. 7 Dec 1856 D. 13 Apr 1913. [wife of Archibald G. Johnson]
    6. Archibald G. Johnson (CSA), B. 10 Oct 1842 D. 8 June 1902.
    7. Mary L. Johnson, B. 18 Sept 1840 D. 14 Oct 1904. [sister of M.J. Johnson]
    8. George Robinson Johnson, B. 1 Feb 1860 D. 10 Oct 1862 [son of W.J. and Ann Johnson]
    9. Ann Currie, B. 30 Mar 1836 D. 6 June 1909. [wife of W.J. Johnson]

  17. McNeill cemetery on banks of Lumber River, Robeson County, NC. Copied from Kinfolks, Vol. I, page 116:
    'The McNeill tombs were found in an old graveyard on banks of Lumber River. It is now on an island [1931] and can not be reached except by boat. This graveyard was one time and elaborate affair but is now in ruins. It is surrounded by brick wall and the tombs are the nicest I have seen in this section, but people have torn down tombs and broken the marble. You will note that the inscription of Hector McNeill his age is not shown. This part of the tomb could not be found. -David Townsend.'
    1. Mary ______, [wife of Wm. McNeill] D. 28 July 1828 age 36 yrs
    2. Archibald McNeill, youngest child of Wm. and Mary McNeill, B. 6 Feb 1827 D. 28 Apr 1828 age 1 yr, 2 mos., 22 days
    3. Hector McNeill, M.D., D. in Savannah, Georgia 8 Jan 1852 age _9 yrs [first figure broken off], 7 mos., 12 days

  18. Copied from Kinfolks,Vol. I, page 116 [1931] 'N.C., Harnett County, Lillington, N.C.; copied by Mr. David William Bethea (6032):
    1. Mry [In memory of] John Brown, Esqr., Deceased Jan 19, 1761

  19. Cemetery located one mile north of Antioch on Hwy 211 - 50 feet from center line of highway. Only one grave, no evidence of any other graves:
    1. Catherine Campbell, B. 27 Mar 1814 D. 6 Mar 1862 [Was she Catherine McNeill?? -JE]

  20. 'Blackfork McKay' cemetery located about a mile and a half north of Red Springs, NC, on the east side of highway 71, just north and on lands adjacent to the Raft Swamp which intersects hwy 71. This cemetery is known to have existed during the late 1880s. Later, during the twentieth century, the elderly children of James Franklin McKay (grandson of Daniel and Nancy McMillan McKay, listed below) recalled 'playing among the tombstones' of this cemetery as youngsters while living there. In 1889, J.F. McKay moved a mile or so south of Red Springs to Philadelphus, and at some time thereabout, sold the property with the cemetery on it. The new owner 'pulled up the tombstones, threw them into the woods, and plowed over the graves.' This property was listed as 400 acres belonging to Dugald McKay (see below) in an 1801 list of Robeson county landowners (NC State Archives and History), and was called 'Blackfork,' or 'the Fork.' The following are the ancestors of the J.F. McKay family of the Philadelphus community below Red Springs, and were most probably buried in this cemetery:
    1. Dugald McKay, born c.1750 in Scotland, died 1801 - 1810 in Robeson county. He may have been related to Daniel McKay who died in Robeson county in 1818, leaving a wife, Isabella, and several children.
    2. Mary McKay, wife of Dugald McKay, born c.1760 in Scotland, died c.1845 in Robeson county.
    3. Hugh McKay, son of Dugald and Mary McKay, born c.1783 in Scotland, died (intestate) October1843 in Robeson county. Unmarried.
    4. Daniel McKay, son of Dugald and Mary McKay, husband of Nancy McMillan, born c.1786 in Scotland, died Oct 19, 1819 in Robeson county. Nancy was buried on her mother's farm at Philadelphus, the farm it is believed she moved to following Daniel's death in 1819.
    5. Christian McKay Galbreath, daughter of Dugald and Mary McKay, born c.1788 in Scotland, died 1859 in Robeson county.
    6. Jennett McKay, daughter of Dugald and Mary McKay, born c.1795 in Robeson county, died 1859 in Robeson county. Unmarried.
    7. Mary B. ‘Polly’ McKay, daughter of Dugald and Mary McKay, born c.1799 in Robeson county, died after 1843 in Robeson county. Unmarried.
    8. Daniel Galbreath, husband of Christian McKay Galbreath, born ?, died before 1821.
    9. Archibald McKay, son of Daniel and Nancy McMillan McKay, born 1817 in Robeson county, died 1846 in Robeson county. Killed by a runaway horse. Unmarried.
    10. John McKay, son of Daniel and Nancy McMillan McKay, born c.1815 in Robeson county, died probably before 1840, or went west.
    (Other families close to the McKays socially and geographically may have been buried in this cemetery, such as Dallases, Hendersons, Browns, Galbreaths, or McMillans)

  21. Philadelphus McKay cemetery located on the W.D. McKay, Jr., farm [now the Laura Jones farm], about one-half mile from the intersection of Hwys. 71 & 72 on the south side of Hwy. 72. It can be seen approximately fifty yards into a field from that highway, visable as a clump of brush in the middle of a small field.
    This cemetery is of various McKay/McMillan family members and their slaves. It is not known how old this cemetery is; it could be as old as the late 1700's. Duncan McKay's home, built from the old Philadelphus Presbyterian Church building torn down just after 1862, stood some seventy-five yards away from this cemetery. The graves are still evident as a half dozen or so remaining depressions in the ground, and none are marked. James Franklin McKay, whose home stands across Hwy. 72 from this cemetery and who died in 1941, maintained that his grandmother, Nancy McMillan McKay, had been buried there many years after her young daughter, Mary, had been buried there. He placed pine knots at graves in this burial ground throughout his life to keep them marked. At this writing, no pine knots are evident.
    This W.D. McKay farm is part of a large 18th century tract granted to a Patrick Mearing who sold it to a British Colonel Archibald Taylor in 1784. Taylor's land was confiscated following the Revolution. The tract was then divided and sold to various individuals, and it is believed that Finlah McCorvey bought into this division, his purchase including the land the McKays came to own. Two of McCorvey's sons, Edward and John, later sold 210 acres of their father's purchase in 1812 to the widow Effy McMillan from Bladen county. Effy's daughter, Nancy McMillan (grandmother of J.F. McKay and buried in the cemetery), married Daniel McKay, son of Dugald McKay of Blackfork, thus the relationship to the Blackfork McKays.)
    Those known to have been buried in this cemetery will not have a question mark after their names:
    1. Effie McMillan?, born in Scotland c. 1765, wife of Duncan McMillan (buried in Bladen county?), mother of Nancy McMillan McKay. Death date unknown, but died after 1812 and before 1837.
    2. Mary McKay, daughter of Daniel and Nancy McKay. Born c. 1815, died probably before 1820, as she is not listed in the 1820 census under Daniel McKay's name.
    3. Nancy McMillan McKay, born c.1790 in Scotland, arrived in America with her parents in 1792, died 1863 at the home of her son, Duncan McKay, nearby. Wife of Daniel McKay of Blackfork.
    4. Dougald McKay, son of Daniel and Nancy McKay, born 1819 at the Fork, and died in 1865. Lived in the old McKay cabin about 150 yards north of this cemetery on the rise of a bay.
    5. Margaret McMillan, dates unknown, 'grandmother of Austin Smith' and possibly a relative of Nancy McMillan. She died at Duncan McKay's home while visiting there.
    6. Ailse?, a slave, born about 1835, died about 1880-90. Believed to be dau of 'Speckled Peter.' Deeded to Duncan McKay from his aunts at Blackfork in 1851.
    7. 'Speckled' Peter?, a slave, born about 1805, died about 1880-90. Deeded to Duncan McKay from his aunts at Blackfork in 1851.
    8. Mary?, a slave [Peter's wife?], died about 1880-90.
    9. Hector?, a skilled slave. Dates unknown. Deeded to Duncan McKay by his aunts at Blackfork. May be buried in this cemetery.

  22. Cemetery located in Hoke County, NC, near Sandy Grove (AME Zion) Church, near Dundaroch, in the woods:
    1. John McKay, D. 27 Apr 1845 age 71.
    2. Neill Shaw, D. 1832 age 42.
    3. Gilbert McKay, B. 1806 D. 7 July ____[stone broken]
    4. Daniel Shaw, B. Isle of Skye, Scotland. D. 4 July 1865 age 84.
    5. Ann Caroline, wife of Dugald M. Currie, dau of Neill and Mary Shaw, D. 20 Feb 1853 age 24yrs, 8 days.

  23. Cemetery located about one mile from Rennert, Robeson County, N.C., on Road #1743:
    1. Molsey [sp?], wife of R.D. Melvin, B. 27 Nov 1833 D. 21 Jan 1896.
    2. Irene, dau of T.L. and J.A. Hussey, B. 8 Dec 1878 D. 20 Sept 1880.
    3. Margaret Isabella, dau of M.T. and S.A. McGoogan, B. 6 Mar 1877 D. 15 Aug 1877.
    4. Daniel Hugh, son of M.T. and S.A. McGoogan, B. 1 May 1874 D. 22 May 1877.
    5. Sally Amelia, wife of Malcom T. McGoogan, B. 5 Feb 1853 D. 17 Dec 1878.
    6. Mary McTier Alford, wife of Malcom Thomas McGoogan, B. 10 July 1869 D. 17 Feb 1930.
    7. Malcom T. McGoogan, G. 6 Feb 1850 D. 16 May 1920.
    8. Barbara Jane McGoogan, B 16 Jan 1857 D. 27 Oct 1888.
    9. Infant son of M.T. and B.J. McGoogan.
    10. John McGoogan, B. 15 July 1803 D. 11 June 1880.
    11. Margaret McGoogan, wife of John McGoogan, B. 27 June 1812 D. 31 May 1877 age 64
    12. Hugh McGoogan, son of John and Mary McGoogan, B. 12 Sept 1836 D. 1 Oct 1864.
    13. Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. D.A. McGoogan, B. 11 Sept 1871 D. 19 Sept 1871.
    14. Flora Catherine, dau of J. and M. McGoogan, D. 3 Oct 1853 age 8 yrs 4mos.
    15. John McIntyre, son of J. and M. McGoogan, D. 6 Nov 1848 age 10 yrs 5mos.
    16. Mary Brown, wife of Alexander Brown and dau of Hugh and Flora McGoogan, D. 12 Oct 1876 age 76 yrs.
    17. Sarah McGoogan, D. 24 July 1846 age 54 yrs.
    18. Catherine McGoogan, D. 15 June 1866 age 75 yrs.
    19. Infant dau of H. and C.A. McGoogan.
    20. Infant son of A.C. and M.C. McGoogan.
    21. Christian A., wife of Hugh McGoogan, B. 30 Jan 1837 D. 17 May 1910.
    22. Flora McGoogan, D. 14 Sept 1812 age78 yrs.
    23. Hugh McGoogan, D. 3 Mar 1836 age 78 yrs.
    24. Archibald McGoogan, D. 18 Sept 1832 age 31 yrs.
    25. Susannah, relic of Archibald McGoogan, D. 26 Apr 1878 age 72 yrs.

  24. Hugh Brown cemetery located on Richland Swamp off Highway 71 approximately 1.5 miles south of Red Springs, Robeson County, N.C., on the east side of that highway on a rise in the middle of a field:
    1. Michael J. Brown ['Mikey'], B. 22 Nov 1869 D. 31 Jan 1938.
    2. Sallie Jane Brown, B. 16 Oct 1866 D. 16 Jan 1936.
    3. William H. Brown, B. 5 Mar 1793 D. 18 June 1882.
    4. Flora Margaret Carmichael, B. 29 June 1829 D. 4 July 1914.
    5. Elizabeth Smith Brown, B. 17 May 1860 D. 6 Mar 1938.
    6. Neil Archie Brown, B. 4 July 1856 D. 25 Feb 1936.
    7. Arthur Charlton Smith, B. Apr 1829 D. May 1909.
    8. Mary Brown, B. 1 July 1777 D. 31 July 1865.
    9. Arthur Jennings Smith, B. 13 Nov 1861 D. 30 Nov 1956
    10. Neill Brown [Revolutionary War veteran, Cumberland County, N.C.] B. 15 Feb 1748 D. 11 Dec 1835.
    11. John Witherspoon Smith, B. 21 Nov 1820 D. 25 Nov 1822.
    12. Daniel Brown Smith, B. 5 Apr 1819 D. 31 July 1819.
    13. Reverend Daniel Smith of the Presbyterian Church, B. 26 Feb 1779 D. 12 Nov 1825.
    14. Elizabeth [Brown], wife of Rev. Daniel Smith, B. 30 July 1786 D. 30 Sept 1863. Dau of Neil Brown.
    15. Nancy, infant of John and Effy McLean, Aug 1805.
    16. Jennet Murphey Bethune, dau of Hector and Christian Bethune. B. Jan 1822 D. 16 Oct 1822 age 9 mos.
    17. Jennet [Murphey] McLean, native of Kintyre, Scotland, wife of Hector McLean, B. 1756 D. Oct 1820.
    18. Hector McLean, native of Skye, Scotland, B. 1746 D. 1846 'one hundredth yr of his life.'
    19. William Brown, 'North Carolina, Col. N.C. Military Revolutionary War. Died 1828.

  25. Buie cemetery located on Highway 71 approximately 1.5 miles south of Red Springs, Robeson County, N.C., on the west side of that highway:
    1. Flora [McPherson] Buie, D. 10 Nov 1859 [born c.1775 in Cumberland County, N.C.; wife of Daniel Buie; dau of Daniel McPherson and Marian McNeill McPherson]
    2. Effie, dau of Daniel and Flora McPherson Buie, D. 30 Nov 1877. [never married]
    3. Daniel Buie, D. 1823. [son of Malcolm Buie and Annie McRainey Buie]
    4. John Buie, B. 9 Aug 1819 D. 24 Oct 1885. [son of Daniel and Flora McPherson Buie]
    5. Annie Jane [McPherson] Buie, B. 3 Apr 1834 D. 5 Apr 1912. [wife of John Buie and dau of Alexander McPherson and Nancy Dallas McPherson]
    6. Flora Jane, dau of Annie and John Buie, B. 12 Aug 1861 D. 21 June 1945.
    7. Daniel H., son of John and Annie Buie, B. 15 Dec 1855 D. 22 Nov 1940.
    8. Malcolm Buie, B. Scotland. D. Feb 1781. [marked with a pine knot]
    9. Ann [McRainey] Buie, wife of Malcolm Buie, B. Scotland D. 22 Nov 1822. Dau of Hugh McRainey and Catherine Buie.

  26. McNeill cemetery, Moss Neck, N.C:
    1. Mary Ann [Duncan] McNeill, B. 13 May 1853 D. 27 Aug 1927.
    2. Oakley McNeill, B. 21 Sept 1847 D. 1 Dec 1918.
    3. Female [name broken] B. 8 Dec 1879 D. 18 June 1905.
    4. Lulah B., dau of Jeff and Minnie Patterson, B. 15 Nov 1891 D. 22 Jan 1892.
    5. W.W. Patterson, B. 20 Jan 1894 D. 12 Apr 1916.
    6. Jessie, dau of W. and M.B. Beeson, 1 yr old
    7. H.H. Wright, B. 12 Dec 1813 D. 27 May 1907.
    8. Sarah E., wife of David Fields, B. 6 Oct 1846 D. 7 June 1915.
    9. David Fields, B. 2 Oct 1842 D. 14 Apr 1917.

  27. Archie Crawford cemetery, St. Pauls, N.C:
    1. James Samuel Gaddey, B. 12 May 1821 D. 9 Nov 1858.
    2. Neill Crawford, Sr., B. 20 Mar 1787 D. 15 Nov 1839.
    3. Sarah [McMillan, born in NC, dau of John and Margaret McNeill McMillan, immigrants], wife of Neill Crawford, Sr., D. 5 July 1856 age 72 yrs.
    4. Neill Crawford, D. 1 July 1855 age 39 yrs 11 mos 20 days.
    5. Archie Odum, B. 4 Nov 1823 D. 10 Feb 1922.
    6. Eliza, wife of A. Odum, B. 15 Oct 1830 D. 10 July 1901.
    7. Martha Odum, B. 27 Dec 1792 D. 26 June 1871.
    8. Henry M. Odum, B. 22 Aug 1861 D. 22 Apr 1900.
    9. Victoria A., wife of H.M. Odum, B. 1 June 1860 D. 12 Dec 1902.
    10. Elias James Dent, B. 28 Aug 1821 D. 18 Sept 1914.

  28. Some [not all] grave inscriptions from St. Pauls Presbyterian Church cemetery, St. Pauls, N.C:
    1. Katie, wife of Neill McMillan, D. 18 Mar 1877 age abt 80 yrs.
    2. Neill McMillan, D. 13 Mar 1869 age abt 80 yrs.
    3. Duncan McMillan, B. 12 Aug 1831 D. 23 Oct 1858.
    4. John Brown McNeill, B. 14 Nov 1905 D. 12 Feb 1923.
    5. Flora Fletcher McNeill, B. 27 June 1903 D. 2 Aug 1931.
    6. Neill Archibald McNeill, B. 10 Apr 1907 D. 22 Sept 1923.
    7. Annetta McIntyre, wife of J.D. McNeill, B. 15 Dec 1883 D. 26 Nov 1950.
    8. John Daniel McNeill, B. 1 Oct 1854 D. 8 Dec 1944.
    9. Mary Alford McNeill, B. 15 Oct 1915 D. 26 Apr 1952.
    10. Margaret Jane McNeill [granddaughter of Godfrey McNeill and Kitty McDougald McNeill], wife of Dr. Duncan Smith, dau of D. and A. McNeill, B. 1 Mar 1835 D. 21 Jan 1883.
    11. Dr. Duncan Smith, B. 1 May 1825 D. 23 Jan 1896.
    12. Elizabeth McNeill, dau of Malcom and Catherine McNeill, wife of Alexander McMillan, B. 10 July 1811 D. 19 Oct 1899.

  29. Some inscriptions from Philippi Presbyterian Church cemetery [McCaskill's cemetery], near Raeford, in Robeson County, N.C:
    1. Alexander Brown, D. 10 Jan 1841 age 41.
    2. Jennett Robeson, wife of Abram Brown, D. 17 Sept 1817 age 44.
    3. Mary [Cribbs], wife of John D. McNeill, B. 15 Nov 1833 D. 6 May 1912.
    4. John D. McNeill, B. 4 Jan 1821 D. 13 Aug 1892.
    5. Isabella C., wife of R.D. McNeill, B. 27 Feb 1828 D. 31 Jan 1897 age 69.
    6. Roderick D. McNeill, B. 26 Jan 1820 D. 6 Oct 1866 age 46.
    7. Sarah W., wife of Neill McNeill, D. 25 Nov 1860 age 76. Native of Jura, Scotland.
    8. Neill McNeill, native of Jura, Scotland, D. 17 Sept 1857 age 73.
    9. Margaret, wife of Neil Galbraith and dau of Neill and Sarah McNeill, D. 1 Mar 1855 age 38.
    10. J. [or T.] McNeill, APTH 1800 [This inscription is barely readable, and is crudely inscribed upon a small block that could easily be mistaken for a footpiece. There is another block just like it marking a grave next to it, but the second block has no inscriptions. The inscription was read by rubbing flour into the face of the little headstone. 'APTH' is a mystery. This is likely the grave of James McNeill of Rockfish Creek [Jimmie McNeill of McCaskills],or less likely,perhaps the grave of Turquil McNeill of the Argyll Colony of 1739, because it is very close to the grave of his son, Duncan McNeill, in this same cemetery. -SE]

  30. Wilkinson-Leach cemetery on State Road 1359 in Robeson County, N.C:
    1. Catherine Leach, dau of Dougal and Mary Leach, D. 9 Apr 1827 age 8 yrs.
    2. [tombstone broken] B. 3 [mo.?] 1812 D. 15 June 1877.
    3. [tombstone broken] 'age 6__.'
    4. [tombstone broken]
    5. Daniel Wilkinson, son of Alexander and Effie Wilkinson, B. 1 May 1858 D. 26 Jan 1917.
    6. Alexander Wilkinson, B. 2 Oct 1812 D. 28 Jan 1878.
    7. Effie, wife of Alexander Wilkinson, B. 4 Nov 1824 D. 26 June 1891.
    8. Margaret E.J. Wilkinson, B. 7 June 1860 D. 19 Oct 1919.
    9. Sallie A. Wilkinson, B. 10 May 1856 D. 13 Nov 1921.
    10. Elizabeth Brown Wilkinson, B. 5 June 1852 D. 26 Nov 1924.
    11. Mary L. Wilkinson, B. 17 Dec 1853 D. 14 Dec 1915. Dau of Alexander and Effie Wilkinson.
    12. [Stone unreadable] about 1 yr of age.

  31. McArthur cemetery on Robeson County, N.C., road #1339 near Maxton, N.C:
    1. Harvey H. McPherson, B. 16 Mar 1903 D. 21 Jan 1936. [Who are these McPhersons?]
    2. Hugh McPherson, B. 19 Sept 1871 D. 24 June 1904. [Who are these McPhersons?]
    3. Archie McPherson, B. 28 June 1847 D. 4 Nov 1904. [Who are these McPhersons?]
    4. Mary L. McPherson, wife of Archie McPherson, B. 31 May 1847 D. 23 Dec 1934. [Who are these McPhersons?]
    5. Mollie, wife of J.A. Keen, B. 4 Aug 1879 D. 24 July 1905.
    6. A.J. Campbell, B. 7 July 1862 D. 14 Nov 1927.
    7. Della F. O'Brien, B. 25 Feb 1859 D. 23 Dec 1935.
    8. Martha A., wife of W.W. O'Brien, B. 10 Sept 1832 D. 4 Feb 1904.
    9. Lillie Sinclair, B. 6 May 1876 D. 1 Mar 1948.
    10. Daniel P. Sinclair, B. 28 Nov 1872 D. 2 Mar 1920.
    11. Lucy Kate, dau of Lilly and D.P. Sinclair, B. 2 Dec 1898 D. 25 May 1901.
    12. Daniel McArthur, son of D.P. and Lilly Sinclair, B. 13 July 1900 D. 29 June 1901.
    13. Leila Margaret, dau of D.P. and Lilly Sinclair, B. 10 Oct 1908 D. 11 June 1909.
    14. David Sinclair, B. 20 Dec 1918 D. 1 Aug 1920.
    15. Sarah C. Sinclair, B. 17 Jan 1881 D. 11 Apr 1944.
    16. Margaret E. Sinclair, B. 20 Mar 1875 D. 13 Apr 1948.
    17. Ruth, dau of W.C. and D.H. Bowden, D. 15 Apr 1919.
    18. Walter McArthur McNeill, son of Wm. H. and Sallie McI. McNeill, B. 4 Dec 1903 D. 25 Sept 1969.
    19. John D. McEachin, 'Co. I, 3rd Texas Inf., Spanish American War' B. 13 Apr 1869 D. 7 Sept 1932.
    20. Viola, dau of B.F. and H.E. McNeill, B. 24 Oct 1886 D. 4 Dec 1886.
    21. Angus L., son of J.C. and M.A. McEachin, B. 13 May 1861 aged 4 yrs.
    22. John C. McEachin, B. 10 Mar 1830 D. 19 Mar 1893.
    23. P.A. McEachin, B. 16 Apr 1866 D. 24 Dec 1914.
    24. Harold W., son of P.A. and Rosa McEachin, B. 17 June 1914 D. 4 Oct 1915.
    25. Rosa Watson McEachin, B. 1 Dec 1876 D. 16 Sept 1958.
    26. Pat McArthur McEachin, B. 16 Apr 1866 D. 24 Dec 1914.
    27. Elva Buie McMillan, wife of Payton McMillan, B. 28 June 1887 D. 14 May 1953.
    28. Lenora Buie, B. 24 Jan 1882 D. 3 Oct 1949.
    29. Irene Buie, B. 24 Jan 1881 D. 6 Apr 1943.
    30. Maggie Alberta Buie, B. 12 July 1884 D. 21 Jan 1935.
    31. Nettie Buie, B. 7 Apr 1890 D. 5 June 1921.
    32. Albert Buie, native of Bladen County, N.C., B. 8 Feb 1845 D. 11 Sept 1915. CSA.
    33. Maggie A. McEachin, [school teacher] wife of Albert Buie, B. 25 Jan 1849 D. 26 Aug 1910.
    34. Mary B., dau of Albert and Maggie Buie, B. 12 Dec 1878 D. 2 Nov 1879.
    35. Cattie, dau of Albert and Maggie Buie, B. 15 Oct 1877 D. 17 Oct 1877.
    36. Mary Belle McLean, B. 29 Oct 1883 D. 8 Dec 1970.
    37. Mary E., wife of John W. McLean, B. 11 Nov 1857 D. 18 Feb 1924.
    38. John W. McLean, B. 14 May 1853 D. 22 Feb 1915.
    39. Hector J. McLean
    Isabel Walker, wife of Hector J. McLean
    Tommy, son of Hector J. McLean
    Mary, sister of Hector J. McLean
    'All died around 1870.'
    40. Zachary T. Sinclair, B. 4 Mar 1849 D. 14 Dec 1935.
    41. Sallie J., wife of Z.T. Sinclair, B. 10 Nov 1839 D. 14 June 1901.
    42. Catherine McArthur, B. 28 Apr 1835 D. 14 June 1901.
    43. John D. Sinclair, B. 6 May 1877 D. 28 Mar 1893.
    44. Neil P. McArthur, B. 16 Sept 1837 D. Dec 6 1862.
    45. Christian Sinclair, B. 29 June 1822 D. 16 June 1891.
    46. John C. Sinclair, B. 26 Aug 1820 D. 16 July 1885.
    47. Elizabeth Sinclair, B. circa 1813 D. 17 Feb 1884 age 71. [This is Elizabeth McNeill, daughter of Neill McNeill of Long Swamp who died in 1837. She married John C. Sinclair in 1843.]
    48. [pine knot marking a grave]
    49. [pine knot marking a grave]
    50. [pine knot marking a grave]
    51. Albert Lawrence Buie, B. 9 Dec 1891 D. June 4 1971.
    52. Minnie Swann, B. 6 Aug 1905 D. 2 Aug 1956, wife of A. Lawrence Buie.
    53. Jane Love, wife of Alexander McArthur, 7 Feb 1802 D. 21 Mar 1853.
    54. Angus Love McArthur, son of Alexander and Jane McArthur, 29 Oct 1829 D. 24 Nov 1860.
    55. Effie Frances McArthur, dau of Alexander and Jane McArthur, B. 19 June 1839 D. 21 Nov 1846.
    56. Alexander McArthur, B. 8 Sept 1798 D. 23 June 1845.
    57. John McArthur, B. circa 1764 D. 10 Nov 1800 age 36 yrs.
    58. Catherine, wife of John McArthur, B. circa 1762 D. 18 Sept 1851. aged 88.
    59. Neill McArthur, B. 24 Apr 1814 D. 18 Mar 1897.
    60. Rosa Brown McArthur, dau of P.H. and __?__ McArthur, B. 1 Nov 1895 D. 30 May 1897.
    61. Emily J. [McMillan] McArthur, dau of John and Margaret McNeill McMillan, B. 13 Aug 1835 D. 1 June 1904.
    62. Peter M. McArthur, husband of E.J. McMillan, B. 14 Feb 1826 D. 25 Apr 1901.
    63. Mary McKenzie, aged 37 yrs, 3 mos, 15 days, D. 9 Feb 1856.
    64. Neil McArthur, B. circa 1786 D. 23 Dec 1830 aged 44.
    65. Catherine, wife of Edward Currie, B. 14 Mar 1814 D. 15 Dec 1886.
    66. Edward Currie, B. 23 May 1815 D. 19 Dec 1892.
    67. Daniel Barrington, B. 14 Mar 1853 D. 27 Nov 1935.
    68. Margaret E. McArthur, wife of Daniel Barrington, B. 30 Dec 1856 D. 28 Mar 1934.
    69. John Daniel Barrington, son of Daniel and Maggie Barrington, B. 28 Feb 188(6?) D. an infant.
    70. Luther P. Barrington, B. 27 Aug 1881 D. 13 May 1957.
    71. Margaret Jane McKellar, B. 8 Feb 1844 D. 27 Oct 1927.
    72. Mary A. Currie, dau of Edward and Catherine Currie, B. 17 July 1848 D. 22 Nov 1915.
    73. Neill Currie, son of Edward and Catherine Currie, B. 15 June 1845 D. 13 Dec 1892.

  32. Some inscriptions from the Maxton cemetery in Maxton, Robeson County, N.C:
    1. Neil Smith, D. 6 Feb 1822 age 66 yrs.
    2. Mrs. Mary McDougal [sic], D. 22 Apr 18(31?) age 82.
    3. ___?___ McDougall, D. 20 June 1829 age 72.
    4. Angus H. Currie, 1860-1922.
    5. Lucy Aydlotte, wife of A.H. Currie, B. 7 Mar 1871 D. 19 May 1953.
    6. Linwood Hill Currie, 1908-1937.
    7. Angus H. Currie, son of Angus H. and Lucy A. Currie, 1903-1905.
    8. Milton J., son of A.H. and L.A. Currie, 1902.
    9. Baxter McNeill, 1910-1951.
    10. Hubert A. McNeill, 1945-1964.
    11. Harriet Newell Morrison, dau of Archibald McLean Morrison and Dora McBryde, B. 19 May 1887 D. 21 May 1961.
    12. Archibald McLean Morrison, B. 7 Dec 1854 D. 28 June 1915.
    13. Dora Ellen, dau of Dr. David and Harriet McBryde, wife of Archibald M. Morrison, B. 16 Oct 1860 D. 26 Feb 1896.
    14. Dr. D.B. McNeill, B. 30 Jan 1852 D. 24 Apr 1901.
    15. Mrs. John Calvin Currie [Mary McLean], B. 29 Mar 1857 D. 30 Aug 1930.
    16. James Luther Currie, B. 15 May 1884 D. 24 June 1908.

  33. Morrison cemetery located off Highway 83, 7.5 miles south of Maxton, Robeson County, N.C., on left in a field, 2.5 miles south of US 501:
    1. Daniel Morison [sic], D. 23 Mar 1838, age 24.
    2. Catherine Morison [sic], D. 16 Sept 1844, age 25.
    3. Murdoch Morison [sic], D. 20 June 1848, age 31 yrs.
    4. Christian Morrison, D. 25 Nov 1853, age 34 yrs, 2 mo.
    5. [cemetery appears larger than 4 graves. I found evidence of 2 more graves and space for 2 or 3 more.--JE]

  34. Cobb and Walker cemetery located on State Road 1359 near Floral College, Robeson County, N.C:
    1. Flora Catherine, wife of Alexander M. Cobb, B. 4 July 1844 D. 28 May 1915.
    2. Alexander M. Cobb, B. 12 Feb 1835 D. 31 May 1899.
    3. Sallie Lee Cobb, dau of A.M. Cobb and Flora C. Cobb, B. 15 June 1865 D. 25 Oct 1866.
    4. Reverend John W. Cobb, B. 8 Oct 1861 D. 4 Oct 1912.
    5. John Walker, Jr. [mason], B. 27 July 1829 D. 28 Feb 1872.
    6. Mary, wife of John McPhatter, native of North Knapdale, Argyleshire, Scotland. D. 12 Nov 1850 age 86.
    7. John Walker, native of Scotland, D. 5 Nov 1853 age 76.
    8. Sarah Walker, native of Scotland, D. Oct 1850.
    9. [Evidence of about 4 more burned pine knots, marking graves.]

  35. McGirt Cemetery (Robeson County, N.C.). Take Hwy 710 S from Pembroke, NC (Hwy #74). Turn right on Road #1552, Left Road #1155, Right onto Rd #1131 (Alfordsville Road), then left onto Rd #1183 Cemetery on right side of road (This area had no church):
    1. Alford McKay Bullard b. 19 Mar 1857 d. 1 Jan 1928
    2. (wife) Katherine Paul b. 30 Sep 1856 d. 8 Apr 1932
    3. Mary Belle Bullard b. 12 Mar 1896 d. 10 Nov 1963
    4. Besse Alford Bullard (no dates, sister of Mary Belle)
    5. J. Campbell b. 5 Aug 1874 d. 29 may 1889
    6. Judith Edens b. 18 Aug 1876 d. 26 Sep 1905
    7. Mary J. Paul Fowler, wife of W. H. Fowler b. 11 Feb 1831 d. 15 May 1908
    [Wooden Marker]
    8. Infant Daughter of S.W. & Elizabeth Fowler
    9. Elizabeth Fowler, wife of S.W. Fowler d. 28 Jul 1896 age: 27 years
    10. George Fowler, son of S.W. & Elizabeth Fowler b. 10 May 1896 d. 18 Aug 1896
    11. Simon W. Fowler b. 1863 d. 1929
    12. Flora E. Fowler b. 1872 d. 1927
    13. Jennie V. Fowler, daughter of S.W. & Flora Fowler b. 15 May 1902 d. 27 May 1903
    14. Willis Pate, son of S.W. & F. E. Fowler b. 28 Nov 1911 d. 24 Jun 1913
    15. Flora Ruby Fowler b. 27 Dec 1913 d. 10 May 1937
    16. James McGirt b. 29 Jul 1825 d. 5 Sep 1894
    17. (wife) Nancy McGirt b. 15 Sep 1830 d. 8 Dec 1910
    18. (daughter) Infant Daughter b. 21 Sep 1872 d. 23 Sep 1879
    19. (daughter) Betty McGirt d. 19 Jan 1861 age: 7
    20. Duncan McGirt b. 4 Sep 1865 d. 25 Dec 1884
    21. (wife) Elizabeth McGirt d. 1 Apr 1858 age: 61 years
    22. (son) Alexander McGirt d. __ Nov 1832 age: 12
    23. (son) Washington McGirt d. 25 Sep 1855 age: 25
    24. Duncan McGirt d. 22 Oct 1858 age: 78
    25. Margaret McGirt b. 2 Oct 1836 d. 30 Jun 1870
    26. Duncan A. McGirt b. 21 Jun 1833 d. 24 Oct 1906
    27. (wife) Mary E. McGirt b. 2 Aug 1843 d. 5 May 1897
    28. Archie McGirt b. 15 Apr 1801 d. 21 Mar 1855
    29. (wife) Susanna McGirt b. 5 Mar 1803 d. 11 Jul 1877
    30. Malcom McGirt b. 18 Dec 1829 d. 28 May 1861
    31. Duncan McGirt b. 18 Oct 1824 d. 5 Aug 1863
    32. Jane E. McGirt, daughter of Archibald & Mary McGirt b. 16 Jun 1844 d. __ Oct 1861
    33. Sue N. Fowler b. 13 Dec 1907 d. (no date)
    34. John A. Fowler b. 4 Oct 1904 d. 3 Feb 1983
    35. Kenneth Alan Fowler, son of Mr. & Mrs. John A. Fowler b. 4 Oct 1944 d. 17 Aug 1948
    36. Claude Guy b. 4 Sep 1899 d. 6 May 1975
    37. Jerry Allan Hewett b. 1959 d. 1975
    38. Mary Kate Hewett b. 1935 d. 1983
    39. Delton Jackson b. 24 May 1924 d. 19 Apr 1986 U.S. Army
    40. Lizzie Paul Jackson b. 12 Feb 1906 d. 16 Mar 1988
    41. Mary Alice McCallum Died 1971
    42. Robert Neill McCallum b. 1932 d. 22 Oct 1986
    43. Mary Lana Gibson, wife of Willis L. McCallum b. 5 Oct 1924 d. 16 Aug 1946
    44. Annie Ruth McCallum, daughter of Neill B. McCullum b. 1 Mar 1939 d. 2 Mar 1939
    45. Allen McCallum, son of Neill B. McCullum b. 30 Dec 1936 d. 14 Jun 1937
    46. A. L. McCallum b. 5 Apr 1866 d. 20 Feb 1931
    47. Delia J. McCallum, wife of A. L. McCallum b. 9 Mar 1867 d. 7 Oct 1910
    48. (son) Claudie McCallum b. 23 Jan 1897 d. 5 Nov 1905
    49. (daughter) Annie McCallum b. 27 Apr 1899 d. 28 Sep 1899
    50. Delia Josephine McCallum b. 6 Oct 1910 d. 20 May 1938
    51. LeRoy McCallum b. 14 Mar 1908 d. 13 Aug 1939
    52. Lawrence M. McCallum b. 28 Jul 1891 d. 17 May 1962
    53. Neal B. McCallum b. 6 Jan 1906 d. 31 Dec 1963
    54. Riley Lynch b. 2 Sep 1892 d. 7 Jun 1964
    55. Edna R. Lynch b. 1905 d. 1980
    56. David W. Paul d. 25 Jun 1848
    57. Samuel J. Paul b. 24 Sep 1818 d. 5 Jan 1887
    58. (wife) Mary Ann Thompson Paul b. 20 Jul 1824 d. 9 Apr 1883
    59. Dicy A. Paul, wife of W.G. Smith b. 28 Jun 1847 d. 24 May 1889
    60. David W. Paul d. 25 Jun 1848
    61. Silas Paul b. 1812 d. 1 Jun 1871
    62. Richard "Dick" Paul b. 1812 d. 11 Aug 1874
    63. John Dodson Paul b. 6 Oct 1866 d. 8 May 1925
    64. (wife) Elizabeth "Lizzie" Small Paul b. 1 Mar 1878 d. 21 Nov 1960
    65. (son) John D. (Robert) Paul b. 14 Nov 1902 d. 24 Jan 1905
    66. LeRoy Paul b. 11 Feb 1912 d. 12 Nov 1974 PFC U.S. Army
    67. Marvin L. Paul b. 2 Apr 1916 d. 14 Feb 1966
    68. David A. Paul b. 24 May 1849 d. 31 Jan 1916
    69. (wife) Margaret C. Paul b. 16 Mar 1845 d. 31 Jan 1802
    70. L. W. Paul b. 20 Jul 1879 d. 18 Jun 1922
    71. Martha E. Paul b. 25 Sep 1882 d. 24 Mar 1911
    72. Susan Paul b. 18 Jun 1858 d. 18 Mar 1910
    73. Wesley Paul b. 30 Jun 1859 d. 12 Dec 1916
    74. Elener Paul, wife of Stephen Bass b. 6 Nov 1836 d. 2 Aug 1893
    75. Katherine Paul Rogers b. 31 Jan 1930 d. 9 May 1930
    76. Earlene McCallum Stanley b. 1952 d. 1980
    77. Joseph Charles Stanley b. 1971 d. 1971
    78. William Tyner b. 14 Aug 1910 d. 17 Dec 1963
    79 Susie P. Tyner b. 1 Apr 1914 d. (no date)
    80. Thomas Walker b. 25 May 1891 d. 10 Aug 1965
    81. (wife) Bessie Lee Fowler b. 20 Jan 1898 d. 3 Oct 1982
    82. (daughter) Bettie Lee Walker b. 7 Jun 1932 d. 23 Sep 1937
    83. Robert E. Walker b. 23 Jun 1889 d. 9 Apr 1960
    84. William Walker b. 1894 d. 1974
    85. Maggie P. Walker b. 1904 d. 1983
    86. (daughter) Flora Catherine Walker b. 24 Jul 1934 d. 1 Nov 1934

  36. Neill T. (Tailor) McNeill Cemetery, Hoke Co, NC. Cemetery is 2 miles north of Red Springs, Robeson Co, NC, located on personal property on SR 1112, just across Hoke Co. line.
    1. Neill T. (Tailor) McNeill D. 27 Nov 1881 Aged 93 years Who was a soldier in the War of 1812
    2. Mary, wife of N. T. McNeill D. 20 Jun 1878 Aged 75 years
    3. Flora McNeill B. 13 Sep D. 1833 30 Jul 1909
    4. Mary Jane McNeill B. 9 Jun 1838 D. 12 Sep 1919
    5. Neill A. McNeill D. 7 Sep 1861 Aged 19 years Who was a soldier in the Civil War
    6. John Calvin Watson B. 7 Oct 1829 D. 13 Mar 1902
    7. Catherine Ann, wife of John C. Watson B. 27 Oct 1831 D. 30 Jun 1887
    8. Ann Eliza Watson B. 23 Jul 1858 D. 3 Sep 1881 Wife of William McPhaul
    9. D. (Daniel) L. (Lillington) Tew 26 Oct 1816 9 Sep 1900
    10. Athea A. (Adeline) Tew B. 8 Jul 1827 D. 30 Oct 1898 (Wife of D. L. Tew)

  37. Morley Cemetery, Robeson Co., NC. Cemetery is about one mile from McNeills Mill Pond on Robeson County Road #1444.
    1.
    Daniel B. Morley b. 3 Nov 1806 Elizabethtown, NC d. 18 July 1884 "Errected by his sons."
    2. Lucy Ann, wife of Daniel Brown Morley b 23 Jan 1816 d. 16 Nov 1903
    3. Henry H. Morley b. 1 Mar 1849 d. 21 Mar 1898
    4. Mary Catherine Morley b. 5 Feb 1839 d. 31 Dec 1916 "Wife of H.J. Thomas"
    5. Rebecca J. Morley b. 10 Feb 1835 D. 25 Jun 1918 "Wife of Ezekiel McKethan"


  38. Neill McEachern cemetery, found mentioned on a typed piece of paper from my brother's collection entitled "Additional McEachern History". It appears to be a photocopy without an author's name but stamped with the date 'Aug 25 1940'. Handwritten addenda on the page are in Henry H. Hodgin's handwriting. The first three paragraphs contain info about the ancient clan of McEachern, but the fourth paragraph begins with:
    "From this ancient family there migrated to the U.S.A. in 1793, one Neill McEachern, who was born in 1743 in Scotland. He settled in St. Pauls township (in Robeson County), North Carolina. He brought with him a large family, including six sons and several daughters. The sons were: Peter, John, Daniel, Duncan, Archie, and Hugh. Of these, Peter, John, Duncan, and Archie [here, the confusing handwritten note seems to state that Archie married Annie McGeachey daughter of John Daniel McGeachey and who was a sister of Daniel Pat the Preacher who lived in GA, and the couple lived at Little Desert in Robeson, and 1st cousins of Miss Katie McInnis Buie] settled in South Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi, and Texas. Of the six sons, Hugh only remained in North Carolina all his life. A great grandson, Duncan C. McEachern, still owns the old farm. He lives in St. Pauls, North Carolina. In the old family cemetery on the farm were Neill McEachern lived, are a number of graves with wooden markers. Among the are:
    Neill McEachern, a native of Scotland. Died Oct. 1, 1816. Age 73 years.
    Mary Shaw, consort of Neill McEachern, died Oct. 30, 1816. Age 43 years. (She evidently was his second wife)
    Daniel McEachern, son of Neill McEachern, died July 14, 1817
    Sarah McEachern, daughter of Neill McEachern, died Aug. 9, 1817. Age 12.
    Malcolm McEachern, son of Neill McEachern, died Aug. 1, 1817. (I understand that several of these died with typhoid fever.)"