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

      Coordinates: 36d 18m 41.5s N; 80d 34m 00.9s 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 to where road splits and veer left. First tree on right is Baker Cemetery. Bass Cemetery is 2nd tree on right across from an old cow's pen.

      Surveyed by Bob Carter on May 6, 2006.
      Township or district:  Siloam.
      Public or Private:  Private property.
      Elevation above sea level (ft.):  1030.
      Status of cemetery:  Abandoned.

      This land has recently been surveyed since there are survey markers around the cemetery. Has several river slate, field stone graves, but only two recognizable. One is Eugene Bass, 9-26-1882 to 6-10-1905 and the other is Ray H. Eads, 6-15-1909 to 6-18-1909, son of Marton and Mittie Eads.

      Burials survey by Bob Carter in May 2006.

  1. Bass, Eugene   (b. 26 Sep 1882 - d. 10 Jun 1905)
      • In the 1900 census, Eugene was age 16 and living with aunt Elizabeth EADS in Marsh township.
  2. Eads, Ray H.   (b. 15 Jun 1909 - d. 18 Jun 1909)
      • son of Martin and Mittie Eads

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