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New Home Indian Cemetery
Also known as: Hog Fork Indian Cemetery
Poarch
Escambia County
Alabama  USA

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The New Home Indian Cemetery was originally known as Hog Fork Indian Cemetery. Its location is N31.11013 W87.49673.

From Monroeville, drive south on highway 21. After crossing under I-65, go 7/10 mile and turn right at CR-14. Drive west on CR-14 for 1.1 miles and turn left at Blacksher Rd. Drive. At about one-quarter mile bear right at the "Y" intersection. The cemetery will be on your left.

From I65 Northbound, take Exit 57 and turn right. At about seven-tenths mile turn right again at CR-14 (Poarch Rd). Continue west on CR-14 for 1.1 miles and then left at Blacksher Dr. Bear right at the "Y" intersection and the cemetery will be on the left.

From I65 Southbound, exit at #57. At bottom of the ramp turn left (south) going under the I65 overpass. Go 7/10th mile, and turn right at CR-14 (Poarch Rd). Continue west on CR-14 for 1.1 miles and turn left at Blacksher Rd. At the "Y" intersection bear right and the cemetery will be on your left.

From Atmore and points south: Drive through Atmore, going north on Highway 21. At the Wind Creek Casino, turn left at CR-14. Drive west on CR-14 for 1.1 miles and turn left again at Blacksher Rd. Continue for 4/10 mile on Blacksher, bearing right at the "Y" intersection and the cemetery will be on your left.
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