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Wilder Cemetery
Wake County, North Carolina

Wilder Grove, Hwy. 64 E.
Raleigh NC

Lat: 35°47'55"N , Lon: 078°33'48"W

Contributed by Shirley Olson, Mar 19, 2001 [shirley32olson@yahoo.com]. Total records = 8.

Directions: From the Raleigh Beltline (Hwy 440) take exit #13 East, (Hwy 64 E), Approximately 1/2 Mile.

This is a busy 4 lane divided highway. On the left side of the road, going east, you will see a Kroger Store, a K-Mart Store and closest to the road, a bread outlet and a gas station. These are the landmarks to guide you to this small cemetery.

They are all located in Wilders Grove Plaza, a shopping center bounded on the left by Corporation Pkwy, and on the right by New Hope Road. There is a cross-over to get into the shopping center, but if you miss it, take the next left turn at New Hope Road and enter from there.

Next to the Gas Station-Minimart, is this remarkably well preserved cemetery. There are 3 tombstones and 5 tombs, all in good condition.

I transcribed this from the tombstones on Feb 14, 2002.

- Shirley Olson

Hinton, Ransom, b. 22 Jul 1807, d. 21 Apr 1842
Wilder, Col Hillory, b. 18 May 1784, d. 22 Mar 1849
Wilder, Elizabeth, b. 20 Oct 1807, d. 11 Jul 1856, w/o Ransom Hinton
Wilder, Esther, b. 15 Oct 1786, d. 9 Nov 1857, w/o Col. Hillory Wilder
Wilder, Frances, b. 1 Oct 1809, d. 1863, w/o Thomas D. Bridges & John Smith
Wilder, Gaston, b. 1 Apr 1814, d. 5 Aug 1873, s/o Esther Avera & Hillory Wilder
Wilder, Hillory M. (M.D.), b. 3 Sep 1823, d. 23 Jun 1849, Died age 26
Wilder, Sarah E., b. 5 Jul 1831, d. 12 Jun 1901, w/o Gaston H. Wilder, dau. of Frances Hart and Jas. Isaac Hinton

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