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318    MITCHELL, KELLY [L15.1]

      Location - New Hope Township. 1,000 feet west of SR 1941, Seaforth Road, 0.85 mile south of US 64. Accessible in New Hope Trails Subdivision, 100 feet east of Turtle Creek Road, 0.6 mile from SR 1941, Seaforth Road

      Coordinates: 35d 43m 34.0s N; 79d 03m 40.0s W Click here for Google maps

      On 19 July 1991, Joyce Cotton and Will M. Heiser recorded 16 grave locations. Six (6) markers had partially legible inscriptions; six (6) footstones had partially legible initials; one (1) mausoleum 8 feet by 7 feet by 5 feet high had date "July 26 1917"; one (l) brick structure next to mausoleum; and one (1) unmarked field stone. On 19 April 2010, Charles Thomas photographed all of the markers in the cemetery. He found two inscribed markers not previously reported.

      Owner:
      Legal Description: Parcel 80498. Deed Book 561-408/1990, Plat Book 89-261, 31 July 1989, Cemetery is shown on Slides 89-261, 89-69, 88-235, 88-169.
      Topo Quadrant: Merry Oaks.
      Family owned: Yes.
      Abandoned: Yes.
      Number of graves: 16.
      Number of inscribed markers: 9.
      Cemetery size: 150' x 150'.
      White: Yes.
      Unrestricted access: Yes.
      Overgrown and easy to identify: Yes.
      Enclosed: No.
      Miscellaneous information: Back side of survey form is missing.
      Last canvassed by: Joyce Cotton and Will M. Heiser. Date: 19 Jul 1991; Charles Thomas, 19 Apr 2010.


  1. Hartsoe, Fredie (C. or G.)   (b. 5 Mar 1872 - d. 19 Oct 1878)
      • Son of W. B. and E (C or G) Hartsoe. "Budded on earth to bloom in Heaven". Diamond. Material Marble.
  2. Mitchell, Delindia   (b. 23 Dec 1842 - d. 2 Feb 1909)
      • Daughter of Kelly and Sely (Horton) Mitchell. "Died Trusting in Jesus". Footstone: "D.M.". Material Marble. Closeup view.
  3. Mitchell, Kelly   (b. 26 Jul 1816 - d. 23 Jul 1904)
      • Husband of Sely (Horton) Mitchell. Son of Henry & Susan Mitchell. Married Married Sely Horton 15 Mar 1840. "Died Trusting in Jesus" "Our Father & Mother". Shared single column. Footstone: "K.M.". Married to Sely Horton, 19 Mar 1840 per Norma Pennington Mosely, VA, 8 Jun 1995.. Material Marble. Closeup view.
  4. Mitchell, L. D. H.   (b. 10 Mar 1849 - d. 22 Jan 1922)
      • Husband of Ada Mitchell. "Gone but not forgotten". With footstone. Wife Ada Mitchell was reinterred from Alec Mitchell Cemetery (L27.1) to Gum Springs Baptist Church Cemetery (L80.3) , Reinterment Site No. 4. See 8389.. Material Marble. Closeup view.
  5. Mitchell, Mary Ann   (b. 28 Feb 1845 - d. 27 Jan 1909)
      • Daughter of Kelly and Sely (Horton) Mitchell. "Died Trusting in Jesus". Footstone: "M.A.M.". Material Marble. Closeup view.
  6. Mitchell, Sely (Horton)   (b. 1 Aug 1819 - d. 8 Apr 1887)
      • Wife of Kelly Mitchell. "Died Trusting in Jesus" "Our Father & Mother". Footstone: "S.M.". Material Marble. Closeup view.
  7. P., S (?)   (b. Unknown - d. Unknown)
      • Wooden footstone. Not found in 2010. Could this be S. Pennington?. Material Wood. Condition Sunken grave.
  8. Unknown, Unknown   (b. Unknown - d. 26 Jul 1913)
  9. Unknown, W   (b. Unknown - d. Unknown)
      • Wooden footstone 3' x 1'. Not found in 2010. Could this be a Pennington or Benington?. Material Wood.


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