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Dupree Cemetery
Wake County, North Carolina

Bill Love Rd. Panther Branch Twp., Wake Co., NC

Lat: 35° 32' 19"N, Lon: 78° 40' 53"W

Contributed by Shirley Olson, May 17, 2007 [shirley32olson@yahoo.com]. Total records = 9.

From the intersection of 401 South and Hwy. 55/42 East, Fuquay Varina, take Hwy. 55 East to a quick left onto Hwy. 42 East and go 5.2 miles to the intersection of Mt. Pleasant Rd. Turn right onto Mt. Pleasant Rd. (SR 2740) and go .6 mile to a fork in the road. Take Mt. Pleasant Church Rd. (SR 2742) for 1.8 miles to Bill Love Rd., a dirt road which intersects from the left. Follow Bill Love Rd. 1.1 miles to the cemetery located in a sandy field on the left side of the road. The road dead ends a short way beyond the cemetery, in Johnston County.

The cemetery is located on private property, it is in poor condition. The block wall is crumbling and it is weedy. It is paved inside the wall, covering the graves. The cemetery is about 40' by 40'.

I walked the cemetery and recorded all that was readable on May 16, 2007.

- Shirley Olson

Dupree, Betsy, b. 17 Oct 1811, d. 8 Apr 1882
Dupree, Eliza J., b. 10 Feb 1840, d. 23 Nov 1898, w. o. Joseph Dupree
Dupree, Elizabeth, b. 2 May 1824, d. 17 May 1908, w. o. Nathaniel Dupree
Dupree, Joseph N., b. 1877, d. 1879, s. o. L.H. & Annie Dupree
Dupree, Lizzie Ann, b. 14 Nov 1855 (?) d. 16 Sep 1926 (stone broken at b. date)
Dupree, Nathaniel, b. 23 Apr 1816, d. 17 Nov 1906
Dupree, Sabre Jane, b. 28 May 1889, d. 21 Oct 1914
Dupree, Susanna, b. 9 May 1860, d. 17 May 1946
Wilson, Elder James, b. 8 Sep 1807, d. 21 Feb 1896

??, ??, 18 Jan 1947, Scratched on a section of the paved area with no name

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