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William Brown Cemetery
Location: Byrd’s Creek subdivision off Guess Road across from Charlie Monk Road
From Roxboro, take Hurdle Mills Road (157) to Hurdle Mills. Turn left on Guess Road. Turn left into Byrds Creek development almost straight across from Charlie Monk Road (SR1115).
In edge of woods just behind field
May 2006 by Ken and Becky Dalton
36 15 57.0 N 079 01 58.1 W
Initial research indicates that William Brown may have been a CSA POW who took the oath of allegiance and served time on a Union ship in lieu of remaining in a Union prison.


There is one marked grave and 10 graves marked by fieldstone or unreadable funeral markers

William BROWN / Born / Feb 1, 1839 / Died / Mar 28, 1889

(second marker as footstone)

William BROWN / NC / Landsman US NAVY / Mar 28, 1889 / (Union Civil War)

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