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      Location - Ten-Ten Rd., (SR 1010), at the intersection of Rand Rd, Garner, Wake Co., NC.

      Surveyed by Shirley Olson in February 2002.

      Directions - from Raleigh: South on Hwy. 401 to 1010, turn left and stay on 1010 for several miles, crossing Old Stage Rd., and passing Holland Church. Continue until you see two small country stores on the left, one with "Pollard" on the sign. You are now at 1010 and Rand Rd., and on the right is a small cemetery, at the entrance to a newly created subdivision "Rand Meadows".

      The cemetery lay hidden under weeds until the subdivision began to clear the land. It is now clearly visible, surrounded, at least the part with monuments, by orange tape, and stakes delineating the burial ground and some of the graves. All of the monuments are laying flat on the ground, some bases and monuments are intact, some are broken. The cemetery is included in Lot #1. It appears to be in serious danger and in need of restoration and a fence to protect it. Behind the roped off area there are sunken spots that indicate unmarked graves.

      Right next to the cemetery is a stake marked LOT #1 on the front; Stake #126 is marked cemetery and LOT #1, which implies that LOT #1 includes the cemetery. At the rear of the cemetery is a stake marked LOT #1 and cemetery. Beyond the tape enclosed cemetery there are the tell tale sunken areas that suggest other unmarked graves outside the orange taped area.

      This cemetery is called RAND on the map, and no monument remaining shows that name, further suggesting that there may be other graves in the area.

  1. Crowder, Elizabeth W.   (b. - d. 21 Dec 1853)
      • age 64 years. "Thanks be to God which giveth us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ"
  2. Crowder, George   (b. - d. 8 May 1848)
      • age 55 years. Across the top "In memory of our father" "Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord"
  3. Dupree, Louis   (b. 1796 - d. 1880)
  4. Hobby, Annie   (b. 1856 - d. 188?)
      • Wife of J. Hobby
  5. Hobby, J ?   (b. 1848 - d. ????)
      • Husband of Annie Hobby. J Hobby and Annie Hobby share a monument which is worn and broken. There is a stake # 187 at their grave site.
  6. Myatt, Angelina C.   (b. 8 May 1825 - d. 25 Dec 1859)
      • Wife of I. B. Myatt. "Seek ye first the kingdom of God and his righteousness" Across the top " Meet one in heaven"
  7. Myatt, C.H.   (b. 17 Dec 1859 - d. 4 Jul 1860)
      • "Suffer the little children to come unto Me, for of such is the Kingdom of Heaven "
  8. Myatt, Elizabeth   (b. 29 Jan 1792 - d. 27 May 1876)
      • Stone is broken in 2 pieces "Hold me up and I shall be????" "Erected by her sons John & Isaac"
  9. Myatt, George T.   (b. - d. 6 Jun 1850)
      • 17 days Footstone GTM
  10. Myatt, Infant   (b. 11 Mar 1852 - d. 16 Mar 1852)
      • son, aged 5 days. Across the top "The oldest child of Alfred and Adelia M. Upchurch "This lovely bud, so young and fair, Called hence by early doom. Just came to show how sweet a flower in Paradise whould bloom."
  11. Upchurch, Adelia M.   (b. 18 May 1829 - d. 25 Aug 1862)
      • Wife of Alfred Upchurch. age 32 years, 3 months, 7 days. This once impressive monument is in pieces. Across the top of the obelisk "In Memory Of." On the base "For I know that my Redeemer liveth, and that He shall stand at the latter day upon earth." JOB XIX .25

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