|Piney Grove Cemetery Founded 1794|
|William Davidson, soldier of the Revolutionary War.|
|William Davidson 1744-1804|
|The alphabetical by last name directory was outstanding for visitor use.|
|William F. Davidson 1833-1908|
|Rev. Luther Hitt (1871-1911) with an older stone leaning against his.|
|Pvt. James Alexander, Revolutionary War, d. June 28, 1844|
|James Alexander (1756-1844) and Rhoda Alexander (1763-1848)|
|Wiiliam Gudger, NC Pvt, Rev War, Indian Wars, (1752-1833)|
Our search for the oldest marker will end today with William Gudger who died in 1833. Maj. Davidson may have a commemorative marker but he was actually buried elsewhere.
But wait, there was one more cemetery that we found, but could not visit. It's behind a mobile home on a private road, and people were apparently there, and we didn't really want to wade through the weeds to see the markers more closely. In the wintertime when the weeds are down, we might knock on the door and give our benign intentions. We did hear that Ingram Cemetery has another Revolutionary War veteran.
|As close as I walked and used my "telephoto lens" on iPhone.|