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Re: Old cemetery near Megargle- Seaborn
Posted by: Andrea Horton Fichte Date: May 19, 2000 at 19:07:42
In Reply to: Old cemetery near Megargle- Seaborn by Carolyn King Gerik of 80

Seaborn Cemetery is a mile west-northwest of Megargel Cemetery. It sits maybe a half-mile south of the highway on the east side of the road. There is a little barn, falling down near what is left. The farmer's "driveway" to the barn is right through the remains of some of the stones.

This is a list out of a cemetery book, surveyed several years ago.

Ashworth, inf dau of W M & Eliza (6 Aug 1910 - 8 Aug 1910), Howe, Daisy A, dau of F and N L (21 Mar 1908 - 18 Oct 1909), King, James H, son of Bill, Rattlesnake Bite (18 Aug 1901 - 14 Jun 1909), Setser, Mary (18 Jan 1830 - 18 Apr 1910), Spradlin, Charles J (10 Oct 1864 - 20 Mar 1910), and others broken up too badly to survey.


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