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Chambers Cemetery
Location: On right after the mailbox for 115 Weldon Painter (SR 1749).
Directions:
From Roxboro, take 501 S past Timberlake. Right onto Weldon Painter Rd.
Access:
The driveway to this cemetery is roped off but it is well-maintained and near the road
Survey:
Amy Ralston and Rebecca Hessee on April 11, 2006
GPS:
36 15 39.8 N 078 56 28.3 W
Notes:
This cemetery is surrounded by wrought iron fence, the ground is covered with fluffy feeling moss.

Graves

1 - John Garland CHAMBERS Jr / April 18, 1920 / March , 1974

2 - Albertha Blalock CHAMBERS / Jan. 2, 1922 / Aug 8, 1960

3 - John E CHAMBERS / 1852-1930 / A friend to his country and / a believer in Christ / (fs) JEC

4 - Rest / Nannie CHAMBERS / Born Mch 4, 1858 / Died June 18, 1904 / All you strangers passing by / as you are, so once was I / as I am now, so you must be / prepare therefore to follow me / (fs) NC / (It is not a typo the abbreviation for March being Mch. That is exactly how it is on the headstone.)

BOWLES (double stone)
5 - James Graham / BOWLES / Oct 18, 1869 / Dec 24, 1926
6 - Lula Edna / His wife / July 22, 1882 / June 24, 1928

7 - Infant son of / Rudolph and Joan Tuck / Sept 29, 1964/ Now I lay me down to sleep / ( in between this and the next line is a kneeling and praying child) I pray thee lord my soul to keep

8 - Clarissa Myrtle / CHAMBERS / Oct 21, 1911 / Nov 2, 1963 / (fs) CMC

9 - Rudolph A TUCK / PFC US Army / World War II / Nov 21, 1926 Jan 29,1978 /

10 - Infant son of / Rudolph and Joan Tuck / Nov 19, 1971/ Now I lay me down to sleep / (in between this and the next line is a kneeling and praying child) I pray thee lord my soul to keep

11 - Mack LONG / S SGT US Army / World War II / Feb 13, 1916 Feb 5, 1988 / (fs) MC.L

12 - Gladys Chambers LONG / Beloved wife / Sept 29, 1917 Oct 21, 1978 / (fs) GCL

13 - In Loving Memory / Lou Ellen CHAMBERS / Dec 7, 1953 / Jan 4, 1999 /

14 - Lorena Miller CHAMBERS / Beloved wife and Mother / June 16, 1926 Sept 21, 1984 / (fs) LMC

15 - Charles L CHAMBERS / North Carolina / PFC US Army / World War II / July 29, 1922 Oct 8, 1967 / (fs) CLC

CHAMBERS (double stone)
16 - Mary Lillie / CHAMBERS / Dec 19, 1891 / June 3, 1947 / (fs) MLC
17 - John Garland / CHAMBERS / May 4 1886 / Dec26, 1945 / (fs) JGC

(single stones)

18 - Infant / Son of / ML & JG CHAMBERS / (fs) Infant

19 - Ilah May / Dau. of / JG & ML CHAMBERS / Dec 31,1910 / June 5, 1919 / Safe in the arms of Jesus / (fs) IMC

20 - Infant / Daughter of / M L & J G CHAMBERS / (fs) Infant

(There is a section of wrought iron fencing missing that goes to the next two graves. They are about 4 feet from fence.)

21 - Lizzie Weaver CHAMBERS / Wife of / Joseph P CHAMBERS / Born Nov 1, 1877 / Died June 1911 / (Near the headstone is a flat rock, probably original marker.)

22 - Mary E / Daughter of W M & Minnie / WEAVER / Mar 7, 1922 / Nov 12, 1924 / (fs) MEW

(There is also in the fence area
- What appears to be a broken headstone.
- 2 rocks that appear to mark a grave)


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