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220    UNKNOWN [H57.1]

      Location - Matthews Township. At southwest corner of SR 2210, Carter Brooks Road and SR 2218, Jack Elkins Road

      Coordinates: 35d 40m 49.5s N; 79d 24m 36.9s W Click here for Google maps

      Believed by neighbors to possibly be a Dorsett cemetery. The property was long held by the Dorsett family.

      View #2 of the cemetery.

      Owner: Joseph Ray Jones. Formerly George H. Elliott Company.
      Legal Description: Parcel 14900. Deed 63/619, 1995. References plat 28-7; deed LW/98, 1954, HK Dorset lands. Deed DG/188 from John D. Dorsett, et al to HK and Maggie J. Dorsett, 319.5 ac on Welsh Branch, adjoining Mrs. ME Hanner, William H. Dark, JW Dark and others, 14 Mar 1873. Plat 30-65.
      Topo Quadrant: Siler City.
      Family owned: Yes.
      Abandoned: Yes.
      Cemetery size: 40' x 100'.
      Unrestricted access: No. Private property. Fenced with livestock.
      Hazards: Livestock among markers.
      Enclosed: Yes.
      Miscellaneous information: Cemetery photographed from fence line 12 Apr 2014 by Bev Wiggins. Site has not been closely examined.
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