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061    HALL, D. R. (JACK) GRAVESITE

      Location - Off US Hwy 601, Dobson, Surry Co., NC.

      Coordinates: 36d 18m 59.2s N; 80d 43m 16.0s W Click here for Google maps

      Directions: From intersection of US Hwy 601 S and NC Hwy 268 in Dobson (Fairview Crossroads), go south on US Hwy 601 for .8 mile and turn right on a dirt/gravel road across the Hwy from Providence Way. There is a cable gate several feet in from the Hwy on private property. Walk the dirt/gravel road to the top of the hill on the right where a field meets the tree and brush line which is where the grave is located. The stone is somewhat hidden by a tree and brush. The estimated distance from the Hwy is +/- 900 feet.

      View #2 of the cemetery.

      Surveyed by Andy Hennis on May 6, 2006.
      Township or district:  Marsh.
      Public or Private:  Private property.
      GPS Accuracy (ft.):  16.
      Elevation above sea level (ft.):  1025.
      Status of cemetery:  Abandoned.
      Surry County Parcel Number:  4993-00-28-9652.

      D. R. Hall was born Aug 9, 1854 and died May 16, 1938.


  1. Hall, D.R. "Jack"   (b. 9 Aug 1854 - d. 16 May 1938)


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