Charles Carlton Asbill: Birth: 5 MAY 1916. Death: 4 JUL 1973
Title: Published by: Montgomery County Historical Society, In Cooperation with Hunter Publishing Company, Winston Salem, North Carolina Second Printing 1993 by Delmar Printing Charlotte, North Carolina All rights reserved ISBN o-89459-153-3
Page: William Isaac Asbill Page 117-118
Note: nd Will had attended-Biscoe High School and where twelve of her twenty grandchildren would attend. The family attended Biscoe Presbyterian Church where Arie was a Charter Member-the only charter member living in 1981. When Robert and Ralph married they moved to Page Memorial Methodist Church with their brides and became loyal and active members. Will and Arie's seven children were all born in Biscoe NC. Arie age 83 is "Granny" to 20 Grandchildren- 32 Great-Grandchildren and 2 Great-GG-Grandchildren. She lives in the home where her Children grew up. They Celebrate her Birthday yearly and all enjoy coming home to reminisce on the front porch in Biscoe Montgomery County NC.
Note: Arie stayed home and sent their seven children to the same school she a
Note: an for the Railroad. He later transferred to the Railroad Shops in Spencer NC but returned to the Norfolk and Southern Shop in Biscoe to be with his family. He walked to the gold mine near Candor when work was available to supplement his income. When the shop moved he worked as loom fixer at Ailee Mill-now Springs but retired early due to ill health. He was a quiet man-a democrat-devoted to his family and spent much time with his five sons teaching them to enjoy gardening-politics-hunting and fishing as he did. Death came suddenly 11-26-1957 at age 63 while he was deer hunting by the Pee Dee River where he had fished many times.
Note: William and Arie set up housekeeping in Biscoe NC where he was a Firem
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