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Stephenson Cemetery
Holly Springs Rd, Wake County, North Carolina

Lat: 35°43'55"N, Lon: 78°44'45"W

Contributed by Shirley Olson, Dec 10, 2001 [shirley32olson@yahoo.com]. Total records = 11.

Directions downtown Raleigh: Go West on Hillsborough St. (SR 3007, becomes Hwy. 54) to Jones Frankin Rd. (SR 1319) going South to a stop sign at Walnut St. (SR 1313. Continue South across Tryon Rd. (SR 1009) to Holly Springs Road (SR 1152). About a mile on your left the cemetery is located between houses. It is fenced and very weedy with a large Magnolia tree dominating it. Macedonia Baptist Church is across the road and a little South of this cemetery.

A small family cemetery no longer in use. Recorded from tombstones by Shirley & Gordon Olson, December 2001.
- Shirley Olson

Carroway, Henry James, b. 9 Nov 1891, d. 6 Jan 1923
Holt, Adelaide Stephenson, b. 12 Dec 1895, d. 5 Feb 1974
Stephenson, Emily Bartelle Harrell, b. 30 Sep 1883, d. 22 Nov 1981
Stephenson, Fabius Hampton, b. 13 Oct 1886, d. 12 Sep 1968
Stephenson, Jacob, b./d. 1918, s.o. F.H. & Emily Stephenson
Stephenson, Joseph H., b. 1881, d. 1950, Mason, s.o. Mary & Fabius Stephenson
Stephenson, Mary Cain, b. 25 Sep 1849, d. 30 Aug 1938
Stephenson, Mary, b. 1912, d. 1913, dau.o. F.H. & Emily Stephenson
Stephenson, Sion Hubert, b. 26 Sep 1883, d. 10 Sep 1956
Stephenson, Fabius Lane, b. 5 Jan 1848, d. 13 Apr 1896
Stephenson, Marcus, b. 1890, d. 1892, s.o. F.L. & Mary A. Stephenson

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