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Willow Dale Cemetery   (circa 1853)
306 East Elm Street
Goldsboro, NC 27530
919-735-4959

A historically significant cemetery, this cemetery features a Confederate monument that was erected in 1883 and contains the mass grave of 800 Civil War soldiers beneath it. The Jewish portion of the cemetery contains the graves of some of Goldsboro's most prominent citizens.

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Mayimchaim
am looking for graves of relatives - Harris family, Cohen, Nathan, and Scloss families that lived in North Carolina in particular Eva Harris that passed away in about 1931 and Happy Schloss
Mayimchaim at at 05:14PM, 2011/02/06.
Jeff morris
am looking for grave, & info of relatives John Dallas Morris, (died 8/10/1929, and Sarah Morris date of death unknown
Jeff morris at at 12:43AM, 2011/02/14.
Ligita
i am looking for graves of relatives - dominiks kuznecovs (17.07.1909 - 13.05.1968) and his wife. they lived in New York, but they can be in this cemetry. it was 43 years ago and i want to know in which cemetry they are really. he is my grandmotheÅ—"s brother.
Ligita at at 08:35AM, 2011/02/16.
Huub Elshof
Who can help me to find informaition of the grave of my family burried on Willow Dale Cemetery? Is there a emailadres of the secretary of the Cemetery? I am looking for the graves and dates of:

- Harry Helmer died in March 1969 in Wayne NC

- Florence White (nee Precious) died in July 1975 in Goldsboro NC

- Arthur White died in June 1964 in Goldsboro NC

Who can help and send me a email to: elsehofke@hetnet.nl

Hope to hear from somebody.
Sincerely,

Huub Elshof
Pastoor Bluemersstraat 12
7035 AP Kilder
the Netherlands Europe
Huub Elshof at at 04:19AM, 2011/03/17.
DON WHITE
I am also looking for Florence White, who was raised and lived in Goldsboro, NC, and also was a school teacher in the public school system. Florence taught for a while in Brunswick County where her 1/2 uncle (Marcellus Peyton White, and his family) lived. She taught around the years of 1915 or so, till around the mid 1920's (we think...) and was in the 1930 census in Goldsboro, living with (a boarder) a family with the last name "GRAVIS". She was 38, and single, and was a School Teacher, according to the Goldsboro census. This had to be her!

I don't know very much about Florence's mother or father, only that she was the daughter of a "J.M. White" or either "G.M. White". She also had a sister named "Lizzie". (Prob. Elizabeth..) J.M. (or G.M.) had 2 girls that we know of, Lizzie and Florence. J.M. (or G.M.) also had a full brother named "Nick White" . . who was married, but at the time when he visited Marcellus in Brunswick County, Nick and his wife didn't have any childrehn. They came here to Brunswick county to see their 1/2 brother in the late 1800's, or very early 1900's and they had a picture (photograph)made of the 3 of them. It is a very good photo, of the 3 of them standing side by side. The visit was only for 1 week for Nick and J.M. and then they returned to their families.

Nick left Brunswick County, with his brother and returned back to Goldsboro area, we aren't sure where they lived, even if it WAS Goldsboro. We only know from word of mouth passed down from old old family members that they lived in Lenoir or Wayne County. Thomas White, Nick and J.M.'s father (also Marcellus P. White's father)lived in and married in Johnston County in 1841 to Bedy Hall, and she was 8 months pregnant and only 13 years old~! Thomas White married her there in Aug of 1841, and the next month,on Sept 11, Marcellus was born. 2 more children would follow in the 1840's--Susan in 1845, and Polly in 1847. Bedy and Thomas and the 3 children were all in the 1850 census. But in the 1860 census, Bedy was relocated to Brunswick County, with all 3 children. She had a new last name, KEEL. Thomas Keel, her husband I just found out, died in the Civil War. Bedy would remarry to John Ganey, and after he died, to George A. Williams. She never had any more children. No ideas about where Susan and Polly went to. Marcellus P. White is WELL documented in Brunswick County, and had 10 children.

If you know ANY thing about Florence, or their father J.M {or G.M.}---Nick, PLEASE LET ME KNOW. I have been working for 35 years on this family, and have had nothing but 'dead ends' on Susan and Polly White (Marcellus' 2 sisters)--and also the Goldsboro 2nd family of Thomas White, sons: Nick and J.M., and their wives, and the 2 girls of J.M. and wife, Florence and Lizzie.

Thanks, and please let me know how you fit in to this family. Respectfully yours, Don White
DON WHITE at at 01:32AM, 2011/06/11.

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Glenwood Farms
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