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195. Henry Garret (Garrett Sr.) (Married Margaret Clark (#196) about 1767 in Orange County, N.C.

Born: About 1746 in Orange County, N.C. according to one LDS source of unknown father (389) and unknown mother (#390). The date is based on the Stoner's Old Meeting House Graveyard notes that stated his age and the year when he died.

Died: 18 August 1815 (The source of this information is Stoner's Old Meeting House Graveyard notes, which state that he died in his 69th year on 18 August 1815).


[His siblings, if any, are unknown].


Henry and his wife, Margaret, had perhaps three children: Catharine (#98), Henry, and John. (Source of information for Catharine and John as children of Henry Garrett: Brick Church Records transcribed from the original records by Rev. D. I. Offman; typed from a carbon copy of Rev. D.I. Offman's translation by Calvin Hinshaw, and proof read by said Hinshaw and David Hold in 1959.) (Source of information for Henry is This needs to be further researched.)

On April 26, 2006 Norman Sharpe (Great Great Great Great Grandson), Helen Leach (#4) (Great Great Great Great Granddaughter) and Sandra Henson, Mary Lue Finch, and Susan Snyder (#2)... all Great Great Great Great Great Granddaughters.... visited Stoners Church Cemetery located in a pasture on Rufus J. Dale's farm in Alamance County on Bellemont-Kimesville Rd. near the village of Belmont (near Graham) just off highway 49. By using a map that is part of the document titled Investigations at Historic Stoner's Cemetery (31AM174,174**) by Dr. Linda France Stine, (PO Box 268, Julian, NC 27283; prepared for Stoner's Cemetery Preservation Fund Board, PO Box 2191, Burlington, N.C. 27216-2191, June 21, 1998), Henry's stone was located. His stone was buried in the earth and is one of the stones marked by a red flag at the top of the hill near the large stone of John Noe shown below.

As shown on his stone below, it is very difficult to read anything but his name. However, in her report referred to earlier, Dr. Linda France Stine stated that the stone states "Died in His LXXIVth Year Ap or Ad??" and there are 4 incised lines at the base. He was 69 when he died in 1815 according to her Dr. Stine's document.


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