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Garner Family Cemetery
Selma-Micro, Johnston County, North Carolina

Lat: 35° 36' 08"N, Lon: 78° 13' 33"W

Contributed by Kurt Garner, Nov 10, 2003 [jmsbond002@aol.com]. Total records = 11.

(Route 2) Garner Road (State Road 2123), On left side of Garner Road as you head North. Set back off road 50 yards. Surrounded by a chain-link fence.

This cemetery is owned by the Garner family. The decendents of W.B. Garner and Lucy House. It is well kept.

There are four plots with wooden markers. Presumed to have had wooden tombstones. I have no names for these.

This includes all existing headstones from my visit to this cemetery in Aug 2003.

- Kurt Garner

Garner, Alonzo, b. 28 Jun 1880, d. 27 May 1956, m. Lillie Jane Sauls
Garner, Arthur, b. 13 Feb 1912, d. 18 Sep 1912, Son of Alonzo Garner & Lillie Sauls
Garner, David Allen, b. 3 Aug 1959, d. 25 Sep 1971, Son of Ira Elton Garner & Pauline Butts
Garner, Infant, b. 21 Feb 1920, d. 24 Feb 1920, Son of Alonzo Garner & Lillie Sauls
Garner, Infant, b. 26 Jul 1914, d. 26 Jul 1914, Daughter of Mayo Garner & Annie Evans
Garner, Infant, b. 6 Jul 1916, d. 6 Jul 1916, Son of Mayo Garner & Annie Evans
Garner, Ira Elton, b. 10 Oct 1910, d. 21 Oct 1986, Son of Alonzo Garner & Lillie Sauls
Garner, Irene, b. Jun 1908, d. 21 Jul 1908, Daughter of Alonzo Garner & Lillie Sauls
Garner, Lillie, b. 18 Aug 1887, d. 3 Oct 1970, m. Alonzo Garner
Garner, Lucy O. House, b. 1856, d. 6 Jul 1917, m. W. B. Garner (Wesley Bridgers)
Garner, W. B. (Wesley Bridgers), b. Oct 1850, d. 13 Apr 1902, m. Lucy House

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