Thanks for the information. I'll have to ride out there now that I know where it is. Is it easy to see from the road? Are there any landmarks I need to look for?
I'm not local to Stanly County. I actually live in Cabarrus County, so I'm not too far away. My mother has a lot of ancestors who lived in Stanly County, though. John Hinson is my g-g-g grandfather. His daughter Margaret married my g-g grandfather Josiah Honeycutt.
I really want to go to the Albemarle library. A lady at my church who's also into genealogy told me that the history room at that library is very nice, and that it's definitely a worthwhile visit. I was going to try to visit it within the next couple of weeks anyway to try to find information about the burial site of Charles P. Cox, who died in Stanly County. He was a brother of my g-g-g grandfather Jesse. I'll have to do some research on the Hinson family while I'm there.
I'm sure I've got some information about Samuel Hinson at home somewhere. If not, I'm certain that my mother has relatives who do. A lot of the people on her mother's side of the family do genealogical research, so I'm sure one of them is bound to have something. If there's something that you want to know, please ask. If I don't know the answer, I probably know someone who does. And I would also be very interested to see what you have on Samuel and his family.
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