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015    BAKER CEMETERY

      Location - On Kudzu Creek Trail off Quaker Ch Rd, Siloam, Surry Co., NC.

      Coordinates: 36d 18m 59.0s N; 80d 34m 01.9s W Click here for Google maps

      Directions: From Hwy 268 and Quaker Church Rd, go south on Quaker Church Rd for 2.6 miles and turn Right on Kudzu Creek Trail (a dirt road). Then go .2 miles to where road splits and veer left. Graves are on right under a tree.

      Surveyed by Bob Carter on May 6, 2006.

      Also known as:  Bold Springs Meeting House (historical).
      Township or district:  Siloam.
      Public or Private:  Private property.
      Elevation above sea level (ft.):  1025.
      Status of cemetery:  Abandoned.

      This is referenced in GNIS as the Bold Springs Meeting House as a church and is historical. Was one of the early Quaker churches in the area but the foundation of the old church is no longer evident. Several graves with field stones or river slate as markers. Only one grave with readable inscription.


  1. Baker, Benjamin   (b. 18 Aug 1787 - d. 20 Aug 1865)
      • Grave has no DOB but shows age 78y, 22d. Research shows was born in England and was a miller.


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