Surveyed by Woodford Sherrill and Jack Ingram
The Ewing Cemetery is one mile on left, west of Pekin, NC in woods.
Contact: Myrtle Bridges

Ewing C. Turner	12-20-1906	12-25-1937	 
Ewing Charlie T.  7-28-1867	8-14-1913	 
Ewing Fannie J. Webb  7-2-1869	10-24-1939	w/o Charlie T. Ewing.
Ewing M. Willie	2-10-1896  3-11-1968	 
Ewing Sallie M.	4-24-1902  11-19-1980	 
Robinson Infant	4-6-1921  4-6-1921	Child of Wm. Claude & Judie Ewing Robinson.
Robinson Wilma & Elmer Twins  10-9-1930	 12-16-1930  Twins of Wm. Claude & Judie Ewing Robinson.
Thompson John C.  12-21-1917  6-29-1918	 
Ussery Mary Elizabeth	9-7-1860	7-22-1918	w/o W.C. Ussery
Thompson John Wesley   s/o William and Elizabeth Ussery Thompson b. December 14, 1851, Pee Dee Township, NC, upper Lick Fork Creek; 
d. May 05, 1903, Richmond County, NC, 2 miles south of Exway;  m. Malinda Helen Morton, February 18, 1875. The Thompson homeplace was 
located about two miles south of Exway on left or east side of road. The water at this place was bad, tasted brackish or salty. When soap 
was used with this water it looked like "clabbered" milk. The homeplace was torn down in 1934. John Wesly was called "Long John" because 
Richmond Elwood Smith said he was about 8 feet tall. (Source: Phil Thompson)

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