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Up on a beautiful hill close to the Nonesuch and Cummings Ferry Road Crossroad. Up until 1971 (I believe) the Nonesuch Presbyterian Church set beside of the cemetery, that is when the church was torn down and moved to an unknown location. The Church was built in 1889 so there would not have been any burials before that date.
This cemetery is fenced in with a woven wire fence to keep out the animals that may roam around in the area. Truman Coyle Redmon and Katherine Weaver Giles hired people and tryed to keep the cemetery mowed and cleaned up. Alvin Fielder did a great job of that until his death, and Truman Redman's children have worked very hard to keep this cemetery clean. Now Truman has gone to be with our Lord and Katherine is 94 and is unable to keep up with getting someone to mow and get rid of the poison ivy, uprooted trees and fix broken stones, however there have been some newer burials and with luck these families will help the Redman family take over where those three wonderful people left off.
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