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This cemetery has experienced restoration thanks to Jim Smedley and the hard work and time he has dedicated to it. It's a shame that some people have such disregard for hallowed ground, the headstones from this cemetery were thrown into a creek at one time and cows were allowed to graze over the land. The cemetery was completely grown up in trees, bushes and briars. A man could hardly walk through it. It is now completely cleaned up and in pasture land. Some monuments completely gone, I know not where. I am posting out of respect to their memory and it will help another researcher.
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