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Rowland Cemetery
Wake County, North Carolina

Lyndhurst Dr., Raleigh NC

Lat: 35° 45' 13"N, 78° 36' 49"W

Contributed by Shirley Olson, Mar 04, 2006, last edited Feb 16, 2011 [shirley32olson@yahoo.com]. Total records = 9.

Take Exit # 300 South from the Tom Bradshaw Freeway (Hwy. 440-40) onto Rock Quarry Rd. (SR #2542). Go about 1/4 mile and you will pass Southgate Plaza Shopping Center, cor. Crosslink & Rock Quarry, on your right as you head south. The next right turn after that is Lyndhurst Drive which borders the church property. Parking is available.

This cemetery is located on the grounds of the Macedonia Church, at 2004 Rock Quarry Rd., Raleigh, NC, and it is abandoned and no longer in use. I was not able to find out the history of this cemetery. It may be a family cemetery which was not used for very many years.

I walked this cemetery on Mar 02, 2006, when I compiled the transcription, I compared with the notes of Ann Brosnahan, sometimes verifying a difficult stone to read.

- Shirley Olson

Aycock, George D., b. 13 Sep 1892, d. bef. 1900, s. o. George & Holland Aycock
Aycock, George Griffin, b. 2 Mar 1838, d. 17 Apr 1900, Pvt Co B 30th Reg NC Infantry Confederate States Army
Aycock, Holland Annie Rose, b. 1849, d. 1900
Rowland, Edgar, b. 29 May 1887, d. 22 Sep 1889, s. o. S. N. & R. F. Rowland
Rowland, Elizabeth Florence, b. ??, d. 27 Nov 1888, dau. o. Sam & I. A. Rowland
Rowland, Infant, 6 Aug 1888, d. ??, dau. o. S. N. Rowland
Rowland, Isabella A., b. 19 Aug 1833, d. 25 Jan 1885, w. o. Sam L. Rowland, stone broken, lying flat
Rowland, Robena F., b. 7 May 1854, d. 8 Aug 1888, w. o. S. N. Rowland
Rowland, Samuel, b. 8 Oct 1815, d. 9 Aug 1880, stone leaning badly
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