How can I find out where someone is buried in NC?

How can I find out where someone is buried in NC?

To search for cemeteries at the town level, follow directions below.

  1. Go to the FamilySearch Catalog.
  2. Enter: North Carolina in the Place box.
  3. Click on: Search.
  4. Click on: Cemeteries.
  5. Click on: Places within North Carolina.
  6. Click on the county you want to search.
  7. Click on Places within United States, North Carolina, county name.

What is the oldest grave in North Carolina?

Old English Cemetery
North Carolina: Old English Cemetery The oldest gravestone on record in North Carolina dates back only to 1775 (Captain Daniel Little), at the Old English Cemetery in Salisbury.

What is the county seat of Northampton County NC?

Northampton County/County seat

The present land area is 536 square miles and the 2003 estimated population was 21,782. Jackson is the seat of Northampton County and is an extremely fertile area along the Roanoke River with cotton, corn and peanuts being its principal crops.

Can you be buried on your own property in NC?

Where can bodies be buried in North Carolina? Most bodies are buried in established cemeteries, but there are no state laws in North Carolina that prohibit burial on private property. Local governments may have rules governing private burials, however.

Where is the largest graveyard in North Carolina?

Old Chapel Hill Cemetery
Old Chapel Hill Cemetery is a graveyard and national historic district located on the campus of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in Chapel Hill, North Carolina….Old Chapel Hill Cemetery.

Type Public
Owned by Town of Chapel Hill
Size 6.98 acres (0.01 sq mi; 2.82 ha)
No. of graves ~ 1600

What county is rich square NC in?

Northampton County
Rich Square/Counties

What is Northampton County NC known for?

In addition to the county’s historic sites, the Jackson Museum and Northampton Memorial Library along with the Northampton County Farm Festival June Jubilee are cultural places and events in the region.

How do I find someone’s gravestone?

Go online to a burial website dedicated to locating gravestones: and are the two leading sites for this purpose. Volunteers take photos of gravestones and regularly upload them to both of these sites.

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