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333    ALTAR OF PRAYER CHURCH CEMETERY

      Location - Blue Hollow Road, Mt. Airy, Surry Co., NC.

      Coordinates: 36d 30m 60.0s N; 80d 31m 47.3s 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 NC Hwy 103 for abt 5 miles and turn right on Slate Mountain Rd Rd. Then go abt .5 miles and turn right on Blue Hollow Rd and follow it for abt 1.5 miles; church and cemetery are on the right.

      Surveyed by Charles Crabtree on April 7, 2007.
      Township or district:  Mt. Airy.
      Public or Private:  Public Access.
      Status of cemetery:  Well maintained.


  1. Dollyhite, Ethel Faye   (b. 21 Aug 1956 - d. )
      • Wife of Gary Nelson Dollyhite. married 27 Aug 1971.
  2. Dollyhite, Gary Nelson   (b. 10 Dec 1951 - d. 16 May 1999)
      • Husband of Ethel Faye Dollyhite. married 27 Aug 1971.
  3. Dollyhite, Killis Grig   (b. 22 Jun 1920 - d. 24 Feb 1985)
      • hudband of Vassie Alice Dollyhite. married 23 Oct 1938.
  4. Dollyhite, Vassie Alice   (b. 24 Mar 1922 - d. 12 Dec 2003)
      • Wife of Killis Grig Dollyhite. married 23 Oct 1938.


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