Jack Robinson
Jack Robinson Campaign leader

Shelia Blue, dir/descend. of Slaves George Washington & Cecilia White Petteway (Onslow County, N.C.) has located an image of the 19th Cent. all African American: Edney Prim. Bapt. ch.. school house

The church & school house was built by George Washington Petteway after he lead talks, to…Read More

Jack Robinson
Jack Robinson Campaign leader

Update:

After over 2 1/2 yrs of service.\; O' Blue retires. Her final task as the official Resurrection Mission field vehicle is to take a load of logs and stone to the Petteway family cemetery; the largest all African American family cemetery in Onslow County, North Carolina. Est. ca.1880.

She…Read More

Jack Robinson
Jack Robinson Campaign leader

The following is the latest comments made towards the efforts done through Resurrection Mission. I wanted to share it with my friends and supporters of this cause

"Hey in case no one has ever told you this, what you're doing with the gravestones and resurrection mission is pretty amazing. In a way…Read More

Jack Robinson
Jack Robinson Campaign leader

Ms. Rose Ruffin, Richlands, North Carolina, receives a "K.I.A." memorial flag in memory of her late son Charlie Ruffin who was Killed in action in 1969, during a combat mission in Viet nam.

Ms. Rose is a strong supporter of Resurrection Mission and makes financial, spiritual and oral history…Read More

Jack Robinson
Jack Robinson Campaign leader

Was a pretty hot day in S.E. North Carolina. I spent the day working/caring for the Futrell/Williford (Caucacian) and the African American Petteway family cemeteries.

The Futrell/ Williford is one of three cemeteries that I have been stabilizing as 2010 projects.

Of the other twelve cemeteries,…Read More

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