Stallings Cemetery

Surveyed by Elsie Richardson Nov. 27, 1998

Location approximately four miles south on Acorn Hill Road between the intersections of Route 158 and Sandy Cross Road. Heading south, cemetery is in a small fenced area on left side of road set back off the road behind property where the old Rhodolpha Stallings home was before it was torn down years ago.

Rhodalpha Stallings
Died Dec. 6, 1917
(Flat single stone, information on stone printed and underlined by hand in concrete)

Hortence Onley Stallings
Oct. 29, 1858 – May 3, 1939
(Above-ground single stone)

Kimeral R. Stallings
Oct. 18, 1895 – Dec. 27, 1960
Minnie B. Ralph Stallings
Dec. 13, 1897 – Sept. 13, 1939
(Double stone, above-ground)

IE Bell Stall[ings]
December 13, 1939
(Inscription on stone printed and underlined by hand in concrete)

Kimerial R. Pete Stallings
July 2, 1928 – Nov. 10, 1995
Peggy Johnson Stallings
Oct. 28, 1937 – blank
(Above-ground stone has double rings in center with date of marriage of Apr. 13, 1957 at bottom of rings)

Kemerial R. Stallings, Jr.
US Army – Korea
Jul. 2, 1928 – Nov. 10, 1995

James R. Stallings
North Carolina
Sgt US Army

Apr. 27, 1930 – May 25, 1963

Kemerial Rudolph Stallings, III
Oct. 29, 1960
Oct 24, 1989
(Above-ground stone)

Kemerial R. Stallings, III
US Army
Oct. 29 1960 – Oct. 24, 1989

Lois Lorene Stallings
June 10, 1943 – Dec. 24, 1943
Another little angel before the Heavenly throne
.(Above-ground stone)

Floyd Edgar Monds
US Army
US Navy
World War II

Jun. 19, 1926 – Feb. 3, 1998
(Flat stone with cross in center top)

Estelle S. Nixon
1879 – 1964
Frank Nixon
1869 – 1961
(Double above-ground stone with vase in center,

Frank Nixon
Dec. 27, 1869 – Apr. 27, 1961
Estelle S. Nixon
Apr. 7, 1879 – Dec. 7, 1964
(Small metal markers in ground with the above names and dates)
Ennot Nixon
Mar. 28, 1906 – July 18, 1906
(Center of stone, under vase)

Ennot A. Stallings
Died March  22, 1917
(Flat stone, inscription is hand printed  and underlined in concrete)

Thomas E. Nixon
June 19, 1909 – June 2, 1953
(Above-ground stone)

Broken, flat stone believed to be the grave of William Athlen Stallings, born May 30, 1892 – died July 10, 1930, son of Rhodolpha and Hortence Onley Stallings. No inscription on stone.  

 

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