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Perry Cemetery
Wendell, Wake County, North Carolina

Old Oak Tree Rd. Wendell NC

Lat: 35° 48' 03"N, Lon: 78° 23' 38"W
Marks Creek Township

Contributed by Shirley Olson, Oct 04, 2006 [shirley32olson@yahoo.com]. Total records = 10.

Take Wendell Blvd.(Bus. 64) to Old Oak Tree Rd., which intersects at the 2200 block of Wendell Blvd. Turn onto Old Oak Tree Rd. The cemetery is on the right side of the road about 100 ft. from Wendell Blvd.

Old Oak Tree Rd. is "horse shoe" shaped. One entrance is paved, the other is not paved. It is at the unpaved entrance from Wendell Blvd. where the cemetery can be found.

A wrought iron fence protects the neat cemetery which is situated in a cleared space surrounded by bean fields. Gravel covers the burial area. There is room to park. It is about 40' X 50". There is room for more burials. The last burial was 10 years ago.

I transcribed from all existing headstones on Oct 04, 2006.

- Shirley Olson

Liles, Gideon, b. 1827, d. 1905, s. o. Wrightman & Nancy Jordan Liles
Liles, Kenchin E., b. 1852, d. 1924, s. o. Gideon & Mary Rhodes Liles
Liles, Martha H. Horton, b. 1861, d. 1910, w. o. Kenchin Liles, dau. o. John W. & Frances Broadwell Horton
Perry, Armada Liles, b. 28 Sep 1886, d. 7 Nov 1958
Perry, Elva H., b. 6 Aug 1918, d. 11 Sep 1961
Perry, John G., b. 27 Apr 1886, d. 26 Jul 1948
Perry, Mary Givens, b. 29 Jun 1922, d. 16 Jul 1996, s. w. William Perry
Perry, Thomas Exum, b. 22 Jan 1926, d. 20 Jan 2003, Cpl US Army WW 2
Perry, William Elvis "Bill", b. 10 Apr 1909, d. 19 Oct 1977, Maj US Army WW 2
Rhodes, Mary, b. 1833, d. 1884, w. o. Gideon Liles, dau. o. Henry W. & Chloe T. Rhodes

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