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Pierce Cemetery
Wake County, North Carolina

Arthur Pierce Rd & Mittglen Ln
Wake Co NC

Lat: 35°41'19"N, Lon: 78°47'04"W

Contributed by Shirley Olson, Dec 10, 2001 [shirley32olson@yahoo.com]. Total records = 12.

Directions: From downtown Raleigh: Go West on Hillsborough St.(SR 3007, becomes Hwy. 54) to Jones Franklin Rd. (SR 1319) go South to the stop sign at Walnut St. (SR 1313) Continue South across Tryon Rd. (SR 1009) to Holly Springs Road (SR 1152) go South until you cross SR 1010. Continue South about a mile to Arthur Pierce Road (SR 1305). Turn right and go a short distance to the cor. of Mittglen Ln. (SR 4100). and Arthur Pierce Rd. The cemetery is on the left across from 3628-3640 Arthur Pierce Rd. Total distance about 12 miles.

This is a small private cemetery in an attractive rural neighborhood. It is well cared for and fenced.There have been burials as recent as 2000.

Recorded from tombstones by Shirley & Gordon Olson, December 2001.

- Shirley Olson

Graepel, Ollie Pierce, b. 12 Aug 1920, d. 9 Apr 1995
Graepel, Theodore H., b. 21 Aug 1921, d. 22 Jul 2000, SPA 3 USN WWII
Jones, Crrie Bernice Utley, b. 14 Jul 1880, d. 17 Apr 1934
Mordicy, M.J. Jones, b. 3 Mar 8 1842, d. 11 Feb 1923, w.o. W.H. Utley
Pierce, Arthur Colon, b. 14 Nov 1885, d. 27 Aug 1955
Pierce, Carrie Celestia, b./d. 3 Jun 1950
Pierce, Emmitt G., b. 26 Sep 1915, d. 15 Jun 1976
Pierce, Lenna Utley, b. 8 Oct 1886, d. 30 Mar 1973
Pierce, Willie Utley, b. 6 May 1923, d. 17 Mar 1953, s.o. Mr. & Mrs. A.C. Utley
Utley, Sion Thelbert, b. 5 Sep 1874, d. 21 Oct 1892
Utley, William Hinton, b. 12 Jan 1841, d. 16 Feb 1905
Walker, Tarma Pierce, b. 17 Jul 1918, d. 4 Jul 1975

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