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Partin Family Cemetery
Fuquay Varina, Wake County, North Carolina

Lat: 35° 34' 01"N, Lon: 78° 43' 24"W
Middle Creek Twp.

Contributed by Shirley Olson, Jun 29, 2005 [shirley32olson@yahoo.com]. Total records = 6.

From Hwy. # 42 East, go south on Walter Myatt Rd. (SR 2756) for 2 miles. Turn right onto Buck Rowland Rd. (SR 2757) and almost immediately turn right onto Nell's Way, a dirt road in a trailer community. About 200 ft. ahead, a cemetery is visible.

I visited the remnants of this family cemetery and recorded what was visible through the courtesy of Mr. Julian Pearce and Ms. Virginia Monday, whose record of the vandalized headstones is posted below. There is no owner of record of the cemetery which was included in a land sale in 1939. There are no plans for any future burials.

I have marked the headstones that I viewed with a star *. The other headstones have been broken beyond repair and the cemetery is overgrown. A block wall that once surrounded the cemetery is damaged.

I transcribed from all existing headstones & records on Jun 12, 2005.

- Shirley Olson

Partin, Adolphus Lane, b. 1 Dec 1872, d. 23 May 1930 *
Partin, Angeline Smith, b. 31 Oct 1833, d. 25 Dec 1913, w. o. Joseph Henry Partin
Partin, Chelina May, b. 2 Apr 1892, d. 16 Jun 1907, dau. o. Julius David Partin & Joanna Alice Stokes, gr. dau. o Joseph & Angeline Partin
Partin, Infants, b./d. unknown, Twin children of Myrtice Matthews Partin & Carlton David Partin, died shortly after birth
Partin, Joseph Henry, b. 23 May 1838, d. 23 Aug 1906, broken *
Partin, Kittie B., b. 16 Mar 1883, d. 14 Aug 1916, w. o. Adolphus Partin *

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