Big Oak Road Cemetery, Pitt County, North Carolina
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This cemetery is located 3 miles from Bethel. Turn on Package Craft Rd and it runs into Big Oak Road located on the right in a field
|Name||Birth||Death||Comments||County & State|
|W D Manning||6/28/1861||May 10, 1929||Pitt County, NC|
|WAM||Foot Stone||Pitt County, NC|
|James Carl||January 18, 1937||Son of Essie Whitaker & Pearlie Whitehurst||Pitt County, NC|
|Charlotte Manning||3/9/1823||May 20, 1903||Wife of JA Manning. Bricked Tomb||Pitt County, NC|
|J A Manning||9/5/1821||8/10/1890||Bricked Tomb||Pitt County, NC|
|Maggie T||7/30/1895 (?)||10/20/1895 Stone worn||Daughter of ED & MA Manning Stone worn||Pitt County, NC|
|ED Manning||5/6/1868||July 11, 1940||Pitt County, NC|
|Addie Manning||5/8/1873||September 17, 1920||Wife of ED Manning||Pitt County, NC|
|Fannie Manning||8/8/1868||June 16, 1932||Wife of MC Manning||Pitt County, NC|
|MC Manning||6/25/1864||September 30, 1934||Pitt County, NC|
|Laddie||11/28/1889||November 8, 1900||Son of Fannie & MC Manning||Pitt County, NC|
|William||9/27/1890||4/20/1895||Son of Fannie & MC Manning||Pitt County, NC|
|Infant Manning||6/15/1893||6/29/1893||Son of Fannie & MC Manning||Pitt County, NC|
|Aggie Dora||11/8/1893||1/15/1896||Daughter of RR & Caroline Whitehurst||Pitt County, NC|
|Garlon||August 28, 1900||December 17, 1900||Son of ED & MA Manning||Pitt County, NC|
|Lula G||September 6, 1907||January 12, 1909||Daughter of OW & Bessie C House||Pitt County, NC|
|JHW Whitehurst||2/5/1880||July 20, 1929||Pitt County, NC|
|Nancy E||11/2/1878||April 18, 1921||Wife of JHW Whitehurst||Pitt County, NC|
|S E||April 18, 1921||June 24, 1921||Son of JHW & Nancy E Whitehurst||Pitt County, NC|
|A M||Foot Stone||Pitt County, NC|
|1 large stone face down||Pitt County, NC|
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I was directed to another cemetery on Blue Eyes Carson Road, the iron fence was all but destroyed and it appeared the graves had been moved.