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093    GOINS FAMILY CEMETERY

      Location - Painted Fox Trail, Mt. Airy, Surry Co., NC.

      Coordinates: 36d 32m 08.8s N; 80d 29m 57.8s W Click here for Google maps

      Directions: From intersection of Renfro St and E. Pine St (NC Hwy 103) in Mt. Airy, go east on E. Pine St for 6 miles and turn right on Slate Mtn Rd. Go .6 mile and turn left on Mount Herman Church Rd. Go .6 mile and turn left on Painted Fox Trail. Bear to right at the fork and go .1 mile until you come to a chained gate. Open gate and secure with cinder block to hold open. Go through gate and go .1 mile bearing around to left. Cemetery is on the left and is "Posted" for no trespassing.

      View #2 of the cemetery. View of the cemetery sign.

      Surveyed by Andy Hennis on May 30, 2006.
      Township or district:  Westfield.
      Public or Private:  Private property.
      GPS Accuracy (ft.):  15.
      Elevation above sea level (ft.):  1685.
      Surry County Parcel Number:  5051-00-97-3468.

      There are about 22 graves. Names include Charlie Goins, Mary Lew Goins, Joe Goins, Nancy Goins, and Powell Goins. Oldest grave 1919; newest grave 2000.




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