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Rand Cemetery
Garner, Wake County, North Carolina

1010 Rd and Rand Rd
Garner, NC.

Contributed by Shirley Olson, Dec 11, 2000 [shirley32olson@yahoo.com]. Total records = 11.

To reach from Raleigh: South on Hwy. 401 to 1010 Rd., turn left and stay on 1010 for several miles, crossing Old Stage Rd., and passing Holland Church. Continue until you see two small country stores on the left, one with "Pollard" on the sign. You are now at 1010 and Rand Rd., and on the right is a small cemetery, at the entrance to a newly created subdivision "Rand Meadows".

The cemetery lay hidden under weeds until the subdivision began to clear the land. It is now clearly visible, surrounded by newly planted shrubbery. All of the monuments are laying flat on the ground, some bases and monuments are intact, some are broken. Recorded by Shirley and Gordon Olson.

Crowder, Elizabeth W., d. Dec 21, 1853, age 64 years
Crowder, George, d. May 8, 1848, age 55 years
Dupree, Louis, b. 1796, d. 1880
Hobby, Annie, b. 1856, d. 188?
Hobby, J ?, b. 1848, d. no date
Myatt, Angelina C., b. May 8, 1825, d. Dec 25, 1859, wife of I. B. Myatt
Myatt, C. H., b. Dec 17, 1859, d. Jul 4, 1860
Myatt, Elizabeth, b. Jan 29, 1792, d. May 27, 1876 "Erected by her sons John & Isaac"
Myatt, George T, d. Jun 6, 1850, 17 days Footstone GTM
Upchurch, Adelia M., b. May 18, 1829, d. Aug 25, 1862, wife of Alfred Upchurch, age 32 years, 3 months,
Upchurch, Infant son, d. Mar 16, 1852, aged 5 days, Across the top "The oldest child of Alfred and Adelia M. Upchurch
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