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Patrick Cemetery
Wake County, North Carolina

Lat: 35°43'59"N, Lon: 78°44'43"W

Contributed by Shirley Olson, Nov 26, 2001
[shirley32olson@yahoo.com]. Total records = 8.

This abandoned cemetery is located on Holly Springs Road, Raleigh, NC, between houses numbered 6809 and 6815, and would probably be lot number 6812. It is located near the intersection of the Cary Parkway (SR 3977) and Holly Springs Road (SR 1152) and the road is widened briefly making it possible to park on the right side of the road and cross to the cemetery.

Directions from Raleigh: Take the beltline (440) west to U.S. 1 and Hwy. 64 exit, which is Tryon Road (SR 1009) if you go east. Go east on Tryon Road, cross Kildaire Farm Road (SR 1300), continue east, cross the Cary Parkway, and the next major intersection and traffic light will be at Holly Springs Road. Turn right and about 3/4 of a mile on your left, just before Cary Parkway intersects, the cemetery sits almost obscure under large trees and between 2 houses. I suggest this route rather than using the Parkway since you will need to take a left turn onto Holly Springs if you take the Cary Parkway, and there is no place to park near the cemetery coming from this direction.
- Shirley Olson

Harrell, Hugh H., b. 1875, d. 1908
Johnson, Walter, b. 1903, d. 1917
Patrick, Ezra W., b. 1898, d. 1968
Patrick, Inf., b./d. 27 Jul 1921, s/o E.W. Patrick
Patrick, Inf., b./d. 3 Sep 1886, s/o J.S. Patrick
Patrick, James S., b. 23 Sep 1860, d. 24 Jul 1903
Patrick, Mary R., b. 2 Aug 1858, d. 2 Jan 1935
Patrick, Vera Ray, b. 1886, d. 1967
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