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Robert L. Perry Family Cemetery
Alleghany County, North Carolina

Contributed by Tom Perry February 2000 [tom_perry@hotmail.com].  Total records = 11.

The Robert L. Perry cemetery is located in Alleghany County, North Carolina. I visited there myself in August of 1996 and copied names and dates from the legible stones. I have clear photographs of some. The cemetery is located on Fred Weaver Road off 113 via 1300. If you park at the old campground it is a short walk to the trail to the top of the hill. The trail is marked by an old cable stretched across it, but easily crossed. The directions from the Alleghany cemetery listings state that it is on the left, toward the mouth of the creek. It is opposite the creek and other small family cemeteries are along this road, some well hidden from the road by the woods. You cross the cable and follow the path to the top of the hill, The graveyard was well tended, fenced, and mown on my last visit. This includes all the legible names that were found there.

Perry, David I, b.3-25-1831, d.12-19-1919
Perry, Hiram, b.4-23-1864, d.6-14-1952
Perry, JW, b.3-?-1886, d.7-19-1889, partly unreadible
Perry, Lillie S., b.10-28-1879, d.4-6-1935, wife of Robert L. Perry
Perry, Mary E., b.11-1-1890, d.5-22-1898, child of Hiram and Sarah Perry
Perry, Mary, b.6-21-1832, d.6-21-1897
Perry, Robert L Perry, d.1963
Perry, Sarah Candis Roupe, b.2-5-1867, d.2-18-1936, wife of Hiram Perry
Perry, William E., b.5-18-1904, d.6-16-1905, child of Hiram and Sarah Perry
stone 1, b.9-10-1909, d.9-10-1909, no name
stone 2, b.9-10-1907, d.10-31-1907, no name

Numerous other UNMARKED or ILLEGIBLE gravestones are present.

I verify that it is my own work, based on a personal visit and give this freely to PUBLIC DOMAIN. Tom Perry.

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