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234    CAUSEY [H84.1]

      Location - Bear Creek Township. 0.7 mile south of SR 1134, Mt. Vernon Springs Road, beyond south end of SR 1135, Melvin Clark Road, just north of Tick Creek

      On 1 May 1990, Wade Hadley, with E. H. Foust, visited this cemetery. He recorded one tombstone and noted six other graves marked by field stones. On 11 May 1999, Will Heiser with Charlie Thomas visited this cemetery and noted white marble military marker and 16 field stones. On 23 May 1999, Dennis Brooks furnished a data sheet on Joshua C. Causey's Confederate service.

      Owner: Bob Dixon Family.
      Topo Quadrant: Siler City.
      Family owned: Yes.
      Abandoned: Yes.
      Number of graves: 17.
      Cemetery size: 40' x 50'.
      White: Yes.
      Restricted access: Yes. Hard to access
      Poorly maintained: Yes.
      Enclosed: No.
      Markers: Yes.
      Markers with inscriptions: Yes.
      Number of readable markers: 1.
      Miscellaneous information: Originally canvassed by Wade Hadley and E. H. Foust, 1 May 1990.
      Last canvassed by: Will M. Heiser w/ Charlie Thomas. Date: 11 May 1999.

  1. Causey, Joshua C.   (b. Unknown - d. Unknown)
      • Co. H, 46 NC Infan, CSA. Military marker #172. Probably looted; 4/2/02 Charlie Thomas conversation.CB.

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