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Britt Family Cemetery
Garner, Wake County, North Carolina

Ten Ten Road
Garner NC 27529

Lat: 35°38'24"N, Lon: 78°38'16"W

Contributed by Shirley Olson, Feb 26, 2002 [shirley32olson@yahoo.com]. Total records = 11.

Directions: From Hwy. 440-40 (Raleigh Beltline) on the south side of Raleigh, take Exit # 298, South Saunders St., (Hwys. 70, 401, and 50), to the split at Tryon. Bear right onto Hwy. 401 (Fayetteville Rd.) Go about 5 miles to the traffic light at Ten-Ten Road and turn left (east). Stay on 1010 Rd. about 3 miles, and on the left side of the road, next to 10317 Ten-Ten Road, there is an old white abandoned farm house and then some old farm buildings just beyond that. A dirt road runs past the buildings to a walled cemetery. This tidy little cemetery is well cared for and all the headstones are in good condition.

I surveyed this cemetery on Feb 25, 2002.

- Shirley Olson

Britt, Ashley T., b. 12 Dec 1929, d. 13 Nov 1985
Britt, Edieth R., b. May 1835, d. Apr 1910
Britt, Joseph B., b. 26 Oct 1872, d. 22 Mar 1952
Britt, L. H. "Peggy" Jordan, b. 14 Oct 1901, d. 4 Apr 1944
Britt, Luella Etta, b. 7 Nov 1869, d.17 Apr 1904, w. of J.Q. Stephenson
Britt, M. A., b. 10 Mar 1901, d. 24 Nov 1935
Britt, Pennie L. Barbour, b. 21 Apr 1879, d. 31 Jan 1965
Britt, Rosa L., b. 16 Jul 1870, d. 25 Oct 1912
Britt, Troy Fabius Sr., b. 6 Nov 1897, d. 28 Jan 1975, husband of L.H. "Peggy" Jordan Britt
Britt, Troy, F. Jr., b. 1 Oct 1938, d. 25 Feb 1982
Sauls, Rosa Maline, b./d. 11 Dec 1916, dau. of Herbert & Clyde Sauls


There are 4 rough stones, unmarked but firmly in place, that may mark the burial location of farm workers
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