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222    YOUNG FAMILY

      Location - take Exit # 287, Interstate # 40,and Harrison Ave.(SR 1652), Wake Co., NC, Go north 4/10 mi. through the entrance of Umstead State Park to a paved parking lot, and park over on the right side. The Loblolly Trail runs from the right side of the parking lot. Walk 1/10 mi. on the Loblolly Trail to the cemetery on your right.

      Coordinates: 35d 50m 10.1s N; 78d 45m 31.0s W Click here for Google maps

      Surveyed by Shirley Olson on April 30, 2004.

      There is a rusted fence surrounding the graves and many fallen trees leaning over the cemetery. Most of the grave markers have crumbled or have been rendered unreadable. The cemetery is not endangered because it is located in Umstead Park, but it is seriously deteriorated and could use some maintenance, especially removal of the large trees hanging over the fence. There appears to be at least 7 graves, only 3 are positively marked. This is an abandoned cemetery no longer in use.

      Footstone, RJY
      Footstone, RY


  1. Young, Irene M.   (b. 24 Jul 1877 - d. 3 Jul 1929)
      • "Sister"
  2. Young, James R.   (b. 1832 - d. 1916)
      • Husband of Martha J. Young
  3. Young, Martha J.   (b. 1838 - d. 1909)
      • Wife of James R. Young


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