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444    BRYANT CEMETERY

      Location - off Home Place Park Road in Surry County.

      Coordinates: 36d 23m 57.1s N; 80d 35m 13.6s W Click here for Google maps

      Directions: Begin in Dobson, N.C. From intersection of 601 Bypass and Turkey Ford Road, go east on Turkey Ford Road for 5 miles to Siloam Road, turn North on Siloam Road for 3.1 miles to Little Mountain Church Road on the right, turn right on Little Mountain Church Road for 2.5 miles to Home Place Park Road on the right, turn on Home Place Park Road for 0.1 mile - cemetery is on the left side of the road in a clump of trees.

      The dominant name on the monuments in the cemetery is Simpson. There are between 15 and 20 rocks as monuments. View #2 of the cemetery.

      Photographed and surveyed by Jack Luffman on 12 Sept 2012.

      Township or District: Eldora
      Public or Private: Private
      GPS Accuracy (ft): 11
      Elevation above sea level (ft): 1152.

      Status of Cemetery: Not maintained, but not abandoned.


  1. Adkins, Jeremiah   (b. 11 Dec 1841 - d. 23 May 1916)
  2. Atkins, Jeremiah M.   (b. 11 Dec 1841 - d. 23 May 1919)
      • PVT CO E 53 NC REGT CSA
  3. Hickman, William B.   (b. 1834 - d. 1865)
      • PVT CO E 36 REGT NC STATE TRP CSA
  4. Simpson, Isham   (b. 9 Mar 1829 - d. 13 Oct 1863)
      • Husband of Elizabeth Reid Simpson, Married 23 Dec 1849. Son of Vincent and Dicy (Dicie) Cook Simpson. CO A 2 NC STATE TRP CSA. He is buried at Gordansville, VA, in a field across the train tracks from the Exchange Hotel Museum which served as a hospital during the Gettysburg Campaign, on Confederate Lane. Grave sites are not distinguished.
  5. Simpson, S. H.   (b. Oct 1840 - d. Dec 1879)
  6. Simpson, Sandy A.   (b. 1843 - d. 1879)
      • CO E 53 NC REGT CSA


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