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Poplin, William Cephus {I128747} (b. 3 JUN 1936, d. 19 OCT 2003)

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Note: Obituary
CONCORD - William Cephus “Dub” Poplin, 66, of 625 Knollcrest Drive NE, Concord, died Sunday, Oct. 19, 2003, at his home.
Services will be 2 p.m. today at Hartsell Funeral Home Chapel, Concord. Elder Gene Hogan and Elder Charles Broadway will officiate. Burial will be at Carolina Memorial Park, Kannapolis. The family received friends Monday at Hartsell Funeral Home, Concord.
Born June 3, 1937, in Stanly County, he was the son of the late Margie Furr Poplin and William Henry Poplin. A veteran of the U.S. Air Force he worked in service maintenance for 20 years at UNCC. He was a member of Flat Creek Primitive Baptist Church.
He was preceded in death by three brothers, Lois Poplin, Vernon “Pop” Poplin and Homer Poplin.
Survivors include wife Peggy Auten Poplin of Concord; two sons, Randy L. Poplin and wife Mandy of Greenville, S.C., and Ricky L. Poplin and wife Sherry of Concord; one brother, J.D. “Dixie” Poplin and wife Linda of Norwood; three sisters, Eva Mae Leonard of Albemarle, Mildred Speight and husband Roy of Albemarle, Helen C. and husband Bob Swaringen of Norwood; five grandchildren, Ashley Poplin, Megan Poplin, Cameron Poplin, Clint Poplin and Cody Poplin.
Memorials May be made to Hospice of Cabarrus County, P.O.B. 1235, Concord, N.C. 28026 or Department of Aging, 1307 S. Cannon Blvd., Kannapolis, N.C. 28081.

Burial: Carolina Memorial Park, Kannapolis, Cabarrus County, NC
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Seitz, George {I128748} (b. 1750, d. AFT 5 FEB 1813)
Note: Parentage of George Seitz is likely another Seitz.




Parentage of George Seitz is likely another Seitz.
Reference: 23124

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Sides, John Henry {I128749} (b. 1773, d. BET 1825 AND 1830)
Note: Patented 79.8A May 24, 1824 in Walker Co, AL.


Patented 79.8A May 24, 1824 in Walker Co, AL.
Reference: 23129

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Elizabeth, {I128750} (b. 1750, d. 1837)
Note: Was she also known as Mary?
Reference: 23130

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Plyler, Unk {I128751} (b. , d. ?)
Reference: 23131

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Ashcraft, Elizabeth {I128752} (b. , d. ?)
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Ledbetter, Lydia Adeline {I128753} (b. 1833, d. 1910)
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Seitz, Jacob {I128754} (b. ABT 1748, d. 20 JAN 1816)
Reference: 23136

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Hatley, Elmond\Elam Lee {I128756} (b. 20 APR 1827, d. 19 JUN 1862)
Note: In 1860 census for Stanly Co, NC. p. 27b.
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Reference: 23139

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Hartsell, Julia Ann {I128757} (b. 1841, d. ?)
Reference: 23143

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Vickers, John A. {I128758} (b. SEP 1835, d. AFT 1900)
Note: In 1860 census for Cabarrus Co, NC. p. 71b. In 1880 census for Dutch Buffalo Twp, Cabarrus Co, NC. p. 491A. No children. In 1900 census for Big Lick, Stanly Co, NC. Household # 212. No children ever born.
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Bost, Verna (Vernie) (Bernie) Cropsy {I128759} (b. 8 JUN 1903, d. 17 SEP 1946)
Note: 1 _FA1
2 PLAC Buried at Silver Springs Ch Cem, Aquadale, Stanly Co, NC.
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Text: Date of Import: Sep 25, 2000
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Reference: 23148

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Hatley, Mary Ellen {I128760} (b. 27 OCT 1882, d. 26 SEP 1970)
Reference: 23155

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Whitley, Lemuel Hosea (Lemey) {I128761} (b. 10 AUG 1873, d. 21 MAR 1957)
Note: In 1900 census for S. Albemarle Pct, ED 120, Stanly Co, NC. p. 143A. In 1920 census for Steele's Twp #2, ED 128, Richmond Co, NC. p. 7A. L Hose Whitley. In 1930 census for Steeles Twp, ED 14, Richmond Co, NC. p. 21B. Hose Whitley. Farmer.

"It was late afternoon about 1875 when Jesse Whitley was buried. It was a miserable day and members of the funeral procession were anxious to get home. Lemey Hosea Whitley, a grandson and little fellow began to cry. His mother called to him to hurry, instead he screamed, "Wait for me or I'll cry my eyes out." Source: Mrs. Ada Whitley Goodman as told to Mrs. SP Leazer and sent to Walter Whitley.

After the civil war, the family lived in a plantation house known as the "Powell Place". Legend has it the the house is haunted. Old Man Powell buried his gold in the family cemetery near the house. Carpet baggers recognized him as a wealthy man. They tried to make him tell where the gold was buried and he wouldn't. He was tortured, eventually they cut his legs off. He bled to death in the upstairs room of the plantation. For many years after, it is said that a person could hear the thumping of legs and the dripping of blood from the upstairs room. Also, mysterious lights could be seen from the graveyard across the road. Once, the lights were seen and the following day, there was an impression in the mud like one that would be made from a three legged cooking pot. This is proof that there is buried gold!
I am told the house is still standing although it has been renovated. The separate kitchen building is gone, as is the slave quarters that stood behind the house. The house is located on Hwy 73,S of Ellerbee in Stanly Co, NC and N of Mt. Gilead, near Mineral Springs. This was told to me by Clarence and Mintie Whitley Kearns, Cletus Whitley, Mary Kathern Kearns and Charles Henry Whitley, Sr.

My father, Charles Henry Whitley, Sr. said that Lemuel was determined to hold onto the woods that filled the family property during the depression. He could have sold it for lumber but considered it his children's inheritance. Lemuel promised he would die with the timber on the land. Ultimately, the land was lost either to pay taxes or the mortgage. The first thing the new owners did was log the land.


"It was late afternoon about 1875 when Jesse Whitley was buried. It was a miserable day and members of the funeral procession were anxious to get home. Lemey Hosea Whitley, a grandson and little fellow began to cry. His mother called to him to hurry, instead he screamed, "Wait for me or I'll cry my eyes out." Source: Mrs. Ada Whitley Goodman as told to Mrs. SP Leazer and sent to Walter Whitley.

After the civil war, the family lived in a plantation house known as the "Powell Place". Legend has it the the house is haunted. Old Man Powell buried his gold in the family cemetery near the house. Carpet baggers recognized him as a wealthy man. They tried to make him tell where the gold was buried and he wouldn't. He was tortured, eventually they cut his legs off. He bled to death in the upstairs room of the plantation. For many years after, it is said that a person could hear the thumping of legs and the dripping of blood from the upstairs room. Also, mysterious lights could be seen from the graveyard across the road. Once, the lights were seen and the following day, there was an impression in the mud like one that would be made from a three legged cooking pot. This is proof that there is buried gold!
I am told the house is still standing although it has been renovated. The separate kitchen building is gone, as is the slave quarters that stood behind the house. The house is located on Hwy 73,S of Ellerbee in Stanly Co, NC and N of Mt. Gilead, near Mineral Springs. This was told to me by Clarence and Mintie Whitley Kearns, Cletus Whitley, Mary Kathern Kearns and Charles Henry Whitley, Sr.

My father, Charles Henry Whitley, Sr. said that Lemuel was determined to hold onto the woods that filled the family property during the depression. He could have sold it for lumber but considered it his children's inheritance. Lemuel promised he would die with the timber on the land. Ultimately, the land was lost either to pay taxes or the mortgage. The first thing the new owners did was log the land.
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Title: Speight20.FTW
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Text: Date of Import: Oct 1, 2000
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Text: Date of Import: Sep 25, 2000
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Text: Date of Import: Sep 30, 2000
Reference: 23157

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Lowder, Davidson {I128762} (b. 1821, d. AFT 1880)
Note: In 1850 census for Ridenhour's Dist, Stanly Co, NC. In 1860 census for Stanly Co, NC. In 1870 census for Ridenhour Twp, Stanly Co, NC. p. 85a. No children born after 1860 in census. In 1880 census for Pct 5, Red River Co, TX. p. 279B. Martha age 20 at home.
Reference: 23160

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Lowder, William R. {I128763} (b. 1850, d. ?)
Note: In 1880 census for Holly Bend Twp, Pope Co, AR. p. 157B. Single. Living with D. H. Chronister.
Reference: 23161

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Tucker, Martha J. {I128766} (b. 15 AUG 1849, d. 14 JAN 1918)
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Reference: 23165

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Cagle, Martin M. {I128768} (b. 27 JUL 1816, d. 1 NOV 1900)
Note: In 1850 census for 15th Division, Cherokee Co, GA. p. 431. In 1870 census for Harbin's Dist, Cherokee Co, NC. p. 236. Martin Kagle.
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Title: pell-russell.FTW
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Text: Date of Import: Feb 5, 2003
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Title: Russell-Overcash.FTW
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Text: Date of Import: May 7, 2003
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Title: Russell-Overcash.GED
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Text: Date of Import: May 10, 2004
Reference: 23168

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Vanhoy, Nancy Jane {I128770} (b. 24 JUN 1852, d. 15 APR 1933)
Note: In 1900 census for Big Lick, Stanly Co, NC. p. 5B.
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Reference: 23174

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Smith, Flavius {I128771} (b. 31 JAN 1908, d. 14 JUN 1909)
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Title: Speight20.FTW
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Reference: 23177

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