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Zion Church Cemetery
Beaufort County, North Carolina

Zion Church Cemetery
Midway between Washington & Bath,
Beaufort County, N.C.

This is not a complete listing of burials! The records below were provided by contributors to Cemetery Records Online. Total records = 20.

Contributor's Index:

Alligood, Anna M. Cutler, b. 12-4-1841, d. 9-17-1904, w/o J.W. Alligood, [FF]
Alligood, Augustus, b. 8-17-1853, d. 3-25-1928, row 1-2, [FF]
Alligood, David F, b. 9-19-1878, d. 6-4-1965, [FF]
Alligood, David F. Jr., b. 12-31-1910, d. 11-26-1949, [FF]
Alligood, James H., b. 2-24-1836, d. 11-20-1913, row 2-3, [FF]
Alligood, Jennie Tate, d. 1-4-1934, age 50 yrs., w/o D.F. Alligood, [FF]
Alligood, John McDonald, b. 10-27-1871, d. 7-7-1925, row 1-5, [FF]
Alligood, John W., b. 6-18-1836, d. 8-1913, [FF]
Alligood, Leviniar, b. 8-1-1892, d. 8-30-1892, "Baby", row 2-4, [FF]
Alligood, Lillie, b. 1-21-1889 - 2-24-1916, d/o Augustus, row 1-1, [FF]
Alligood, Martha A, b. 6-1-1853, d. 1-12-1942, row 2-1, [FF]
Alligood, Melvin A, b. 2-23-1913, d. 6-2-1914, "Our Baby", row 2-2, [FF]
Alligood, Mittie Noreen, b. 7-30-1906, d. 3-3-1942, row 1-3, [FF]
Alligood, Oliver Hilton, d. 11-21-1881, age: 2mos,16 days, s/o J.W. & A.M. Alligood, [FF]
Alligood, Robert E., b. 5-7-1876, d. 5-23-1903, [FF]
Alligood, Sarah M. Cutler, b. 10-10-1874, d. 2-4-1942, w/o John McDonald Alligood, row 1-4, [FF]
Alligood, Sarah Martin, d. 1-16-1874, age 5y, 9m, 1 day, d/o J.W. & A.M. Alligood, [FF]
Alligood, Theresa E., b. 11-24-1838, d. 9-8-1881, w/o James(Jas H.) Alligood, row 2-6, [FF]
Alligood, Treathia A, b. 9-6-1881, d. 11-5-1881, row 2-5, [FF]
Alligood, William H, b. 9-4-1873, d:1-4-1898., s/o J.W. & A. M. Alligood, [FF]

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