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341    MEADOWS FAMILY (Culbreth Rd)

      Location - at 4674 Culbreth Rd about 1.2 miles north of Enon Rd.

      Coordinates: 36d 16m 24.1s N; 78d 43m 28.6s W Click here for Google maps

      Directions: From the intersection of Enon Rd. and Culbreth Rd. in Culbreth, take Culbreth Rd. north toward Berea. Continue driving for approximately 1.2 miles. On the right there is a large two story house (mailbox no. 4674). Take the farm path behind the house for approximately 100 yds. The cemetery is at the end of the path. It has been abandoned and is poorly maintained.

      Canvassed by Joey Dickerson; March 2010.

  1. Daniel, Meter   (b. 1 Dec 1884 - d. 14 Mar 1885)
      • Age 4 mos, 2 wks
  2. Howard, Lizzie M.   (b. 1 Jul 1864 - d. 20 Apr 1901)
      • Wife of E.A. Howard
  3. Meadows, Brodie   (b. Feb 1822 - d. 16 Apr 1890)
      • Husband of Roena Meadows
  4. Meadows, Infant   (b. - d. 1876)
      • Infant of B. and Roena Meadows
  5. Meadows, Infant   (b. - d. 1878)
      • Infant of B. and Roena Meadows
  6. Meadows, Infant   (b. - d. 1880)
      • Infant of B. and Roena Meadows
  7. Meadows, Roena E.   (b. 10 Sep 1835 - d. 22 Mar 1906)
      • Wife of Brodie Meadows. WPA spells her name Rowena but Roena is on the grave marker

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