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1 1 _UID 7FADFB6D43EAD411AFE200E029599CC3F819 Family F2337
 
2 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F2396
 
3 1508 Charles Raper Jonas HighwMount Holly, NC 28120(704) 827-6750http://www.hillcrestgardenscemetery.com Mullis, Lunie Bell (I7483)
 
4 A conflicting source tells us the couple was married January 14, 1874. Mullis, James Edmund (I424)
 
5 A conflicting source tells us the couple was married January 14, 1874. Love, Nancy Ellen (I426)
 
6 According to Ann Villone Courts, Rose was a blonde headed child who was run over by a horse and wagon and killed Villone, Rose (I11006)
 
7 According to Charles Purser's research, David Purser died around 1832 and Anna remarried to John Rushing. John raised the four boys and he and Anna had three sons. The tragic events for Ann a Mullis Purser Rushing is that she lost five sons during the war between the states; two of David's
and three of John's. 
Mullis, Anna (I3615)
 
8 According to Darleen his daughter, the remains were never found and ashes from the plane wreck site were used as a substitute for the body.His stone is Plot: B, 3640 Van Volkenburg, Lyle Daniel (I11013)
 
9 According to Darleen Vanvolkenburg Brill, this was the church that Laverna's mother Jeanette and stepfather Henry Wolf went to. Family F3504
 
10 According to the Mullis Melange Book. Calvin and Mary Jane were never married, but they had a daughter together (Margaret Mullis). Calvin and Mary Jane were first cousins. Family F95
 
11 Alex Boss served in the Spanish conflict, the first world war, second world war and the Korean war. He received war injury's in the first world war and his brother Otis Eugene Boss I, was killed in that war and is buried in Flanders Field in France. His son's Alex Marvin (Mark) and Oits Eugene Sr, Served in the second world war with him. Otis Eugene Jr. served in the Vietnam war in the marines and was written up in a National Service Publication for an almost impossible rescue by helicopter. He was born on the 4th of July and was allowed to stay behind the lines on his birthday. Boss, Alex (I1501)
 
12 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Boss, Alex Marvin (I1634)
 
13 Ambrose Costner was one of the founders of Gaston Female College. Costner, Ambrose (I168)
 
14 Amos purchased land from Marcus Wike as shown in Gaston Book of Deeds boo 1 page 621 Morris, Amos (I731)
 
15 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F1264
 
16 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Mullis, Julie Ann (I406)
 
17 Both died of Yellow Fever. Their children moved to Philadephia, PA to live with members of the Stewart Family. No further information. Family F646
 
18 Buried in Section I. Site 126. Mullis, Heath Bunyan (I4704)
 
19 Buried on her grandfather Amandan's lot Baker, Leah E. (I266)
 
20 Charles and Pherby moved to Georgia. Family F111
 
21 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F2259
 
22 Darleen Van Volkenburg remembered Judy was killed in a bus accident in Buffalo, NY. Ippolito, Judith L. (I10648)
 
23 Darleen VanVolkenburg remembers Mary was killed in a bus accident in Buffalo, NY. Anton, Mary (I10645)
 
24 Dexter, Mary, and Dexter (the child) all died when their home caught fire. Family F149
 
25 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Tarlton, Clomar (I8413)
 

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