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Dr. Frederick Nash Dick and friends
Dr. Frederick Nash Dick and friends
Dr. Dick is seated. William "Buffalo Bill" Cody is in the hat, and the two other gentlemen are local attorneys. 
 
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Dr. Frederick William Dick, 1919-1972
Dr. Frederick William Dick, 1919-1972
Status: Located; manufacturer made a mistake on month of death (actually July), which was repaired, and needs replacement instead 
 
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Dr. Frederick William Dick, 1955
Dr. Frederick William Dick, 1955
 
 
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Dr. John Thomas Benbow (1881-1958)
Dr. John Thomas Benbow (1881-1958)
 
 
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Dr. John Thomas Benbow (1881-1958), obituary
Dr. John Thomas Benbow (1881-1958), obituary
 
 
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Dr. John Wesley Long, III, at age 25
Dr. John Wesley Long, III, at age 25
 
 
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Dr. John Wesley Long, III, in his garden
Dr. John Wesley Long, III, in his garden
 
 
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Dr. Joseph Olney Snell
Dr. Joseph Olney Snell
 
 
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Dr. William Addison Woollen
Dr. William Addison Woollen
 
 
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DWC Benbow & Mary Elizabeth Scott marriage announcement
DWC Benbow & Mary Elizabeth Scott marriage announcement
Fayetteville Observer, Fayetteville NC, dated 3 December 1857 
 
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Edith Harris, wife of Henry Bruner, died 1831
Edith Harris, wife of Henry Bruner, died 1831
Status: Located;  
 
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Edward Hines and wife Thelma Patterson with their son Steve, photograph dated about 1944
Edward Hines and wife Thelma Patterson with their son Steve, photograph dated about 1944
 
 
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Edward Perry Benbow, 1890 to 1971
Edward Perry Benbow, 1890 to 1971
 
 
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Elizabeth Caroline Benbow, wife of William Fisher Corbett
Elizabeth Caroline Benbow, wife of William Fisher Corbett
 
 
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Esgair-goch meeting house barn near Quaker Gardens
Esgair-goch meeting house barn near Quaker Gardens
This barn served as a meeting house for the local members of the Society of Friends; it is near Quaker Gardens. The photo is a color photo, but grays predominate on a rainy day. 
 
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Esther B. Bruner, daughter of J. J. & M. A. Bruner
Esther B. Bruner, daughter of J. J. & M. A. Bruner
Status: Located;  
 
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Ethel Dick, infant daughter of James Whaley Dick and Mary Elizabeth Ward
Ethel Dick, infant daughter of James Whaley Dick and Mary Elizabeth Ward
Status: Located;  
 
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Eurah Benbow & husband James D. 'Jim' Keever, and Amanda Benbow & husband Marion Christopher Mendenhall
Eurah Benbow & husband James D. "Jim" Keever, and Amanda Benbow & husband Marion Christopher Mendenhall
Eurah (on left) and Amanda (on right) were sisters and daughters of Evan Benbow and Mary Frances Larison. Marion died, and Amanda later married Richard Allen "Allie" Gregory. 
 
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Family Tree DNA, mitochondrial DNA line
Family Tree DNA, mitochondrial DNA line
this woman is a mitochondrial DNA ancestor of the website administrator 
 
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First Congregationalist Church, across the road from the cemetery
First Congregationalist Church, across the road from the cemetery
Status: Located;  
 
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Frances Ann Bruner, daughter of J. J. & Mary A. Bruner
Frances Ann Bruner, daughter of J. J. & Mary A. Bruner
Status: Located;  
 
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Frank Byron Benbow's family of six boys
Frank Byron Benbow's family of six boys
 
 
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Frank Byron Benbow's sons
Frank Byron Benbow's sons
 
 
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Friends Burial Ground (Quaker Gardens) marker
Friends Burial Ground (Quaker Gardens) marker
Status: Located;  
 
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Friends Burial Ground, also known as Quaker Gardens
Friends Burial Ground, also known as Quaker Gardens
Status: Located; in the valley between Llawryglyn and Staylittle 
 

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