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McCullers Cemetery
Wake County, North Carolina

Donney Brook Rd.
Wake County, NC

Lat: 35°39'15"N, Lon: 78°42'29"W

Contributed by John K. Botner, Jun 8, 2002 [j_botner@yahoo.com]. Total records = 16.

Take highway 401 South of Raleigh to intersection before Wake Technical College. Turn right on Donney Brook Rd. Go 200 feet. Cemetery is in woods on left beside road.

The cemetery is not kept up. Ivy covers the ground. Tombstones can be seen from road. The McCellough grave is 100 feet further down road from cemetery.

I surveyed this cemetery on Jun 8, 2002.

- John K. Botner

Adkins, Willie (McCullers), b. Oct 22 1858, d. Oct 27 1927, wife of WC Adkins
Heflin, Flora (McCullers), b. Dec 12 1853, d. May 16 1926, wife of Robert L. Heflin
Heflin, Robert Louis Jr. Pvt., d. Aug 25, 1937
McCellough, Sam, d. Aug 4 1924, age 60, "Gone to brighter home where grief can not come"
McCullers, Alice (Perkinson), b. 1858, d. 1934
McCullers, Almira (Johnson), b. 1857, d. 1894
McCullers, George Matthew, b.1856, d. 1939
McCullers, Harriet (Stephenson), b. July 13 1879, d. Oct 28 1964
McCullers, J J L, b. Mar 2 1810, d. Dec 19 1880
McCullers, Joseph James Lane MD, b. 1851, d. 1926
McCullers, Mathew Capt., b. Jun 14 1759, d. Jun 28 1825, "A Gallant Revolutionary Soldier"
McCullers, Mathew Jr., b. Oct 4 1806, d. Aug 1874
McCullers, Sarah (Lane), b. April 22 1753, d. Dec 7 1843
McCullers, Willia Richardson (Nance), b. Sep 26 1817, d. Aug 21 1901
Rand, Edward Lee, b. 1862, d. 1927
Rand, Rebecca (McCullers), b. 1861, d. 1936

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