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Adnah Campbell Foushee Cemetery
Location: Across from the house at 2949 Rolling Hills Road (SR 1166 )
Directions: Rolling Hills Road connects Hesters Store Road (SR 1162 ) to Leasburg Road (158W)
Access: Near the road. This cemetery was recently cleared (2006). The cemetery is located in a field, 500 ft from road, in small stand of trees.
Survey: Aug 2004 by Ken Dalton and Becky Farlow
GPS: 36 20 38.4 N 079 05 28.1 W

Graves

This cemetery contains ten graves total; six are marked by fieldstones.

1. A C FOUSHEE / Born / Mar 5, 1801 / Died / Sept 3, 1887 / (fs) ACF /

2. Francis / wife of / A C FOUSHEE / Born / Dec 18, 1806 / Died / Mar 16, 1852 (? hard to read) / (fs) FF /

3. Addison C / FOUSHEE / Born / Jan 10, 1835 / Died / Sept 16, 1855 /

4. James R / FOUSHEE / Born / Jun 2, 1828 / Died / July 3, 1855 / (fs) JRF /


Information for researchers:

A C Foushee was Adnah Campbell Foushee. He and Francis were the parents of eleven children including Alexander Rountree Foushee - author of Reminiscences, A Sketch and Letters, Descriptive of Life in Person County in Former Days. 1921 - and Haywood D'Arcy Foushee. Additional information about the family and a list of the eleven children can be found in article #490, "Adnah Campbell Foushee," The Heritage of Person County, Volume I. That article provides this information about the third and fourth graves in this cemetery:

James Foushee, oldest son, died in 1855 at twenty-eight years of age. He had contracted typhoid fever. He did not marry.

Addison Foushee, second son of Adnah Campbell Foushee, died also in 1855, a victim of typhoid fever. He was not married.


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