I love this site! I could spend hours here. It's a wonderful way of celebrating our lost loved ones & ancestors.Iv'e always had a thing for cemeteries, my hubby thinks i'm weird. I just think we are a very special breed of people! Other names Im researching are: Gibson/Evans/Lamb/Odell/Harvell/Sutton/Poteat/Boggs/Davis/Craddock/
RE: Bennie Conklin If you are coming down Main St, enter the cemetery at the entrance closest to the gazebo. The small section immediately to your left is A, the larger one on the other side is C. You should notice the big Rauhut stone in section A. If you still can't find it the Cemetery office is off Summit Ave. They have cemetery maps right in the lobby.
RE: Elisha Bunyon Evans I'm not sure how familiar you are with the cemetery but the free ground area is in the northeast corner. If you enter the cemetery from Main St at the gazebo entrance, go 3/4 the way around the circle (or cheat and just take a left). When you come to the T intersection, the graves straight ahead are in the Free Ground section. The name sums it up pretty well. The graves aren't as well organized and a lot of them are in pretty bad shape. I have always wanted to know the story behind the Free Ground so if you know, fill me in!
RE: Proximity Cemetery I don't believe that. I just finished yesterday of taking pictures of all of the graves there. I wish I had known. When did you take them. We have had some vandalism there and have many unmarked graves with headstones thrown about. Yours might help us place the graves where they belong. Do you live near by? I live in McLeansville. You can e-mail me at email@example.com and I will send you my phone number so we can talk and maybe meet face to face.