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      Location - on a dirt road off Yellow Skin Rd (SR-1416) and off Autryville Rd (SR-1233) about 4.5 miles west of Salemburg.

      Directions: From Salemburg take (SR-1233) west for 4.5 mile. Turn left on (SR-1416). Follow to sharp curve in road and turn left. Asphalt turns to dirt road leading to Pat and Glenn Wallace's house. The cemetery is in the field.

      Survey compiled by Bradley Lee West, Kenneth Dale Register and Phyllis Jeanette West and published in 2004.

  1. Faircloth, Jennette   (b. 1 Sep 1920 - d. 8 Sep 1920)
      • Daughter of Love and Lena Ethel Hall Faircloth.
  2. Faircloth, John M.   (b. 1 Sep 1920 - d. 2 Sep 1920)
      • Son of Love and Lena Ethel Hall Faircloth.
  3. Faircloth, Lena Ethel Hall   (b. 19 May 1887 - d. 2 Dec 1966)
      • Wife of Love Faircloth.
  4. Faircloth, Love   (b. 13 Jul 1876 - d. 10 Jan 1958)
  5. Hall, Alexander H.   (b. 24 May 1869 - d. 15 Oct 1934)
  6. Hall, Alexander Martin   (b. 1917 - d. )
  7. Hall, Bertie Ethel Faircloth   (b. - d. 11 Oct 2003)
  8. Hall, Callie Etta   (b. 3 Sep 1873 - d. 24 Jan 1951)
      • Funeral home marker.
  9. Hall, Jennetty Autry   (b. 28 Apr 1847 - d. )
  10. Hall, John Cay   (b. 29 Nov 1908 - d. 1 Mar 1978)
      • Son of Alexander Hall and Doshie Ann Faircloth.
  11. Hall, Velma Sue   (b. 14 Jan 1945 - d. 29 Jun 1987)

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