Dick Family Cemetery, Guilford County, North Carolina, USA

This old cemetery was found in the southeast angle of the intersection of Rock Creek Dairy Road (SR 3066) and I-85. Before the graves and markers were relocated to Bethel Presbyterian Church in 1988, it was described thus:
"within the right of way of each road, concealed by high grass and blackberry bushes, and west of the abandoned old roadbed which abuts I-85, directly opposite a service station on the north side of I-85. Three etched stones are still standing, another unmarked broken stone lies on the ground. (Recorded 1976). [In 1988 remains from eight graves were removed to Bethel Presbyterian Church Cemetery....]" Two more etched stones were found at the time, the ones belonging to Robert H. Dick and Isabell Dick.

Quote and information above from "Family Burying Grounds and Abandoned Church Cemeteries in Guilford County, N.C., and Immediate Environs," compiled by O. Norris and Rebecca H. Smith, published by Guilford County Genealogical Society, 1994; page 25.

All five legible markers are shown on the page for Bethel Presbyterian Church Cemetery, McLeansville, Guilford County.

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