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An abondoned cemetery on private property on the south bank of Shoe Creek about 1 mile N of current day Wayne City, a short walk into the trees from the water plant.
Before the railroad and Wayne City, Ennis Maulding and his son in law George Mayberry had a water powered mill and the small village was called Mauldings Mill. It had a post office. This cemetery with its fallen and unledigable stones is all that is left of those early pioneers. After more cleaning it appears there are 4 rows and 17 graves
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