Thomas Jarman Cemetery

The following is a complete listing of the tombstones in the Thomas Jarman Cemetery in Onslow County, NC.

Located at the intersection of State Roads #1301 (Richlands Loop Rd) and #1300 (Barbee Road) in the field and enclosed in a chain link fence.

Surveyed by Martha Hodnet; Ann Davis; and Ervin, Patrick and Logan Morton May 2011.  Click on each name to view a picture of the tombstone.

Contributed by Leven Morton (lemorton@att.net) in July 2013. 


 

 

Onslow County Cemetery Transcriptions – Book Indexes

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In 1989,  James Michael Whaley published a 12-volume set of Onslow County cemetery transcriptions covering the Richlands, Southwest, and Stump Sound communities.   Below are lists of the more than 6,200 names included in the books. You will wish to consult the book indexes for further information


Select a letter to see lists organized by last name

  A |B | C | D | E | F | G | H – I | J | K | L | M | N – O | PR |  S |  T – U | V – Z

 

These are a great resource to have and you may find someone you’re looking for.   The books are available for purchase from the Old New Hanover Genealogical Society or you may be fortunate to be located near a library that owns them.  If you have questions, please contact us.  Copyright the New Hanover County Public Library and used on this site with their permission.


Index posted online by Taneya Koonce.

Photo credit:  Cemetery in Jacksonville, NC.  Photo by Louis Shackleton.

Onslow County Confederate Soldier Burials

nc_csaburialsThe NCGenWeb has a new database online – the result of a project of the North Carolina Division of the Sons of Confederate Veterans. You can read more background about the database on the NCGenWeb blog.

For those with Onslow county research interests, you may be interested in the list of burials from Onslow county specifically here.   Happy hunting!

 

Right White – Request for Pension

I, Right WHITE age 51 years old; and was Born in january 1846, and used to belonged to Ned WHITE whom died in March in 1866 & Therefore was a slave and oftern hearing that there had been a Provision made to give all of the old slave darkies a Pension when in the sent for and his name to be placed on the books of record to meet the benefit of said law or ? is the ? be may be.   — yours respectfully,

Right WHITE
P.o. Tar Landing
Onslow Co, NC

Source:  Correspondence and Case Files of the Bureau of Pensions Pertaining to the Ex-Slave Pension Movement, 1892-1922. Microfilm M2110, 1 roll. Records of the Veterans Administration, Record Group 15. National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, D.C. — Contributed by Taneya Koonce 5 Feb 2012.

Query: Possible Harrison-Ward Connection

The following query is submitted on behalf of Max Harrison Williams (deloutre@yahoo.com).
My earliest identified Harrison ancestor is Joseph Harrison, who died testate in Jones County, Georgia in 1828. His wife was named Charlotte. Her surname remains unknown. Most of their 10 children were born in North Carolina before they moved farther south. We know nothing else about their earlier lives. The earliest record of Joseph and Charlotte in GA is the census of 1820. There is a reference in the Onslow records about a Joseph Harrison becoming the guardian of a Charlotte Ward in 1797. The records do not state the circumstances. Could Charlotte Ward have married Joseph Harrison, her guardian? Would appreciate hearing from anybody who might have further info. Thanks very much.

Cox Cemetery

This cemetery was surveyed in 1938 as part of the Works Project Administration Historical Records Survey.  The information here may not be current but is provided as a resource.

This cemetery is located approximately 3 miles from Catherine Lake, on a dirt road on the way to the nine mile section.

Burials

  • COX, Edward – (29 Apr 1891 – 28 Jun 1892) – Son of J.E. and C. Cox
  • COX, Edward – (3 Oct 1905 – 18 May 1906) – Son of R.L. & Dennie  Cox
  • COX, Lucy Glenmore – (23 Oct 1902 – 21 May 1903) – Daughter of R.L. & Dennie Cox
  • COX, Olive – (8 Jan 1878 – 14 Nov 1881) – Daughter of J.F. and C. Cox
  • COX, William Grave – (7 Oct 1895 – 1 Jun 1897)
  • MURRILL, Elijah – (17 Dec 1823 – 21 Jan 1893)
  • MURRILL, Penelope N. – (15 May 1831 – 13 Feb 1901) – wife of Elijah Murrill

The original transcription is available online.

 

J.T. Henderson Cemetery

This cemetery was surveyed in 1938 as part of the Works Project Administration Historical Records Survey.  The information here may not be current but is provided as a resource.

The WPA indicates this cemetery is located in Belgrade, NC on the dirt road leading to Swansboro, NC.

Burials:

  • HENDERSON, John Morton – (8 Aug 1913 – 4 Dec 1913) — son of Fred C. and Mattie M. Henderson
  • HENDERSON, Nettie Elizabeth – (19 Oct 1879 – 25 Dec 1894) — Daughter of John T. and Jasteel Henderson
  • REDD, Stewart B. — (12 Jun 1909 – 20 Aug 1910) – Son of A.T. and Nonie Redd

The original transcription is available online.

Marine Base Homes – Documents from Camp Lejune

Thanks to a multi-year effort of several collaborators and the permission of the United States Marine Corps, a new website is available for reviewing primary documentation for the many families displaced by the building of Camp Lejune.

Titled MarineBase Homes – the site is a large virtual gallery of documents & photos of records related to the 1941 purchases.  This is an incredible resource everyone! I just can’t say it strongly enough!

photo highlights of the Lee Foy Family property

The documents are organized by 15 geographical areas.  The areas and their land owners were published in the 1983 publication by the Onslow County Genealogical Society, The Heritage of Onslow County. I have started to place the maps and owner lists online and in the next few weeks will link each one to their documentation as I’m able to.  So… check back for updates!

The Former Landowners of Camp Lejune are to be congratulated for this massive undertaking.