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051    MARTIN FAMILY

      Location - on Ina Lane off Esther Lane in Middle Fork Township.

      Coordinates: 36d 08m 56.1s N; 80d 09m 22.8s W Click here for Google maps

      Cemetery is located 1.5 miles southwest of Walkertown on west side of US 158, 0.5 mile north of intersection with Old Belews Creek Rd. Turn left onto Esther Lane, then left onto Ina Lane, cemetery at end of Ina Lane on right. Middle Fork Township.

      Date surveyed: June 15, 2006 By: Charles Jerry Hart.

      This information came from the survey made in August 1976. A source of information indicated that there has never been any engraved stones in this cemetery. There are 12 plus graves marked only with field stones or depressions.


  1. Martin, David   (b. - d. )
  2. Martin, Elizabeth (Hammock)   (b. 20 Aug 1829 - d. 1 May 1873)
      • Wife of James C.
  3. Martin, John R.   (b. 12 Sep 1852 - d. 13 Jul 1855)
      • Parents - J.C.&E.(H.)
  4. Martin, Lewis   (b. - d. )
      • Husband of R.(M.). Parents - David
  5. Martin, Ruth (Mecum)   (b. - d. )
      • Wife of Lewis
  6. Martin, Sarah L.   (b. 20 May 1860 - d. 8 Jun 1861)
      • Parents - J.C.&E.(H.)


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