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Re: Brunswick Community College cemetery database
Posted by: Donna Edwards (ID *****9621) Date: November 15, 2003 at 00:28:18
In Reply to: Brunswick Community College cemetery database by Sarah Williams of 509

I am not sure if this is going to be very of the last time I visited the college there was only a couple of surveys on file physically at the of those is of Oak Grove Cemetary, Supply which was done in the early 90's (this is an active cemetary so more recent entries will not be included). To my knowledge this data is NOT available online, however, there are a few other cemetary surveys on the Brunswick County genweb archives. Also, I have an listing of all the cemetaries known to exist in Brunswick county (this came from a gazateer which is also at the library). I do not know what records have been completed at Southport but I do know they were working on census records the last I knew; could be they have some cemetary surveys as well. For the person looking for Henry Williams, I don't have him in my files...any idea when he died? The county register of deeds has some of the information online and access if free. I will see if I can find the url but I am sure it is listed on the county genweb site as a link.
Hope this helps.


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