Contributed by Mike Tutor    April 18, 2004
The William Madison Tutor family cemetery can be accessed by driving through or walking through 
Gertrude Johnson's fields. The stones are located within a tree line across a field from the 
remains of several buildings, including William Tutor's old house. All that remains of the house 
are the stone porch and fireplace. The property is located south of Duncan, North Carolina. There 
are eight people buried in the cemetery:

1. William Madison Tutor, b. 1807 - d. 8/2/1892 2. Harriet Ligon Tutor, b. 1822 (wife of William Madison Tutor) 3. Alfred "Ap" Young Tutor, b. 7/16/1853 - d. 9/3/1940 4. Lottie Honeycutt Tutor, b. 7/1857 - d. 1909 (wife of Alfred "Ap" Young Tutor) 5. John Tutor, b. 6/6/1887 - d. (son of Alfred and Lottie Tutor) 6. Glover Tutor, (son of Alfred and Lottie Tutor) 7. an old aunt is buried here, her name unknown at present 8. an old aunt is buried here, her name unknown at present Stones 1, 2, 7, and 8 rise six foot out of the ground and are of sandstone construction. Stones 3, 4, 5, and 6 rise only three foot out of the ground. Very little can now be read on the stones but otherwise the stones seem to be in good condition.

Back to Harnett Cemetery Index
Back to Harnett County Homepage Index

You are the     visitor since April 18, 2004