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Carver's Creek United Methodist Church, Bladen County, NC
Carver's Creek United Methodist Church, Bladen County, NC
Status: Located; current church built just behind the site of the old log Quaker meeting house 
 
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Carver's Creek United Methodist Church, Bladen County, NC, cemetery
Carver's Creek United Methodist Church, Bladen County, NC, cemetery
Status: Located; picture shows an old Quaker fieldstone gravemarker in the foreground 
 
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Carver's Creek United Methodist Church, Bladen County, NC, church and cemetery
Carver's Creek United Methodist Church, Bladen County, NC, church and cemetery
Status: Located;  
 
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Carvers Creek Church and Gravestones
Carvers Creek Church and Gravestones
Publication of the Bladen County Bicentennial Commission, Elizabethtown, North Carolina;
no copyright or date.
The index does not include most of the surnames on pages 1 and 2. 
 
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Catherene (or Catherine) Brown, wife of George Apple 1825-1890
Catherene (or Catherine) Brown, wife of George Apple 1825-1890
Status: Located; This grave is next to the one for George Apple.


Apple's Chapel Christian Church 
 
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Cemetery at Middleborough Green
Cemetery at Middleborough Green
Status: Located;  
 
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Cemetery at St. Llwchaiarn in Llanmerewig
Cemetery at St. Llwchaiarn in Llanmerewig
Status: Located; The Benbow daughters don't have headstones, but are buried in a slight hill in the ground in the center of the photo, between the vault on the right and the tombstones on the left. The vault marker to the right is the one with five inscriptions. 
 
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Charity Benbow, wife of William Wright
Charity Benbow, wife of William Wright
 
 
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Charles 'Charlie' & Fleeta Scott Benbow
Charles "Charlie" & Fleeta Scott Benbow
 
 
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Charles & Fleeta Scott Benbow at an older age
Charles & Fleeta Scott Benbow at an older age
 
 
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Charles Benbow House, built c. 1823
Charles Benbow House, built c. 1823
Built by Charles Benbow (1787-1868). Located in Oak Ridge, Guilford County, NC. Photograph taken in 1940. A fine example of Quaker house architecture. 
 
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Charles Benbow of Guilford County, 1787 - 1868
Charles Benbow of Guilford County, 1787 - 1868
This is an undated photograph of Charles Benbow, who was a grandson of immigrant Charles Benbow, and therefore our first look at the physical appearance of this line of ancestors. 
 
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Charles David Benbow III -- WWII office in England
Charles David Benbow III -- WWII office in England
During World War II, Charlie was a warrant officer with the US Army, with a combat engineer MOS. While stationed in England, he was given an office on the second floor of this garage in Chipping Norton, where he worked until his unit joined the invasion forces going into France and Germany. After that, he worked to rebuild the bridges that the Germans were destroying during their retreat back into Germany.

When we visited England and Wales in 2002, he asked us to find the garage in Chipping Norton and see if it was still standing, and take a picture of it if we could find it -- which we did. 
 
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Charles David Benbow III obituary
Charles David Benbow III obituary
 
 
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Charles David Benbow, I
Charles David Benbow, I
 
 
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Charles David Benbow, II
Charles David Benbow, II
 
 
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Charles David Benbow, III, US Army, WW II
Charles David Benbow, III, US Army, WW II
served in European theater as combat engineer 
 
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Charles Gray Viele
Charles Gray Viele
 
 
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Charles Tristram Benbow (1882 - 1940)
Charles Tristram Benbow (1882 - 1940)
Status: Located;  
 
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Charles Tristram Benbow, Jr.
Charles Tristram Benbow, Jr.
 
 
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Charlotte Drayton, wife of Joseph Manigault
Charlotte Drayton, wife of Joseph Manigault
painted by Edward Greene Malbone, ca. 1801, titled "Mrs. Joseph Manigault" 
 
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Chattie Elizabeth Dick, wife of Ernest Selden Hatcher, Jan. 28, 1875 - June 18, 1914
Chattie Elizabeth Dick, wife of Ernest Selden Hatcher, Jan. 28, 1875 - June 18, 1914
Status: Located;  
 
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Christopher Moring, First Master of the Greensboro Masonic Lodge
Christopher Moring, First Master of the Greensboro Masonic Lodge
Christopher was the First Master of the Greensboro Masonic Lodge, #75 A.F. & A.M., chartered 1 March 1821. This image was scanned from a commemorative plate issued on the lodge's 125th anniversary in 1946. It is not known to me how or where the lodge obtained this portrait. 
 
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Church of St. Llwchaiarn, Llanmerewig, Montgomeryshire
Church of St. Llwchaiarn, Llanmerewig, Montgomeryshire
Status: Located;  
 
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Church of St. Michael, Trefeglwys, Montgomeryshire (now part of Powys), Wales
Church of St. Michael, Trefeglwys, Montgomeryshire (now part of Powys), Wales
Status: Located;  
 

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