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|Robert Wallace Cemetery|
|Location: Deep in woods off 1600 Clay
Directions: From Roxboro, take Hurdle Mills Rd to left on Clay Long Road. Cemetery is in woods on right near Aldridge Creek.
Access: Please contact owner for entry to this cemetery. It is deep on private property.
Survey: March 2007 by Ken and Becky Dalton
GPS: 36 16 51.5 N 079 00 25.4 W
Notes: This cemetery is a match for WPA #210 and for a survey done by the Person County Historical Society in the early 1970s.
The following information is found on a single 4-sided marble monument.
Side 1: Robert / WALLACE / Died / Oct 8, 1846 / Aged / 72 Years /
Side 2: William / WALLACE / Died / Aug 6 1846 / Aged / 21 Years /
Side 3: George / WALLACE / Died / Dec 1846 / Aged / 9 Years /
Side 4: Erected by / CAZORT / Bros / Sons of / Martha H / CAZORT / of / Lamar Ark /
There are 3 marble footstones marked RW, WW, GW
There were a total of about 15 fieldstones. One fieldstone was grouped with the 3 marble stones but the rest of the fieldstones were grouped together at some 20 feet from the Wallace burials.
Martha Henrietta Cazort was daughter of James Robert Cazort who was son of Martha Harrell Wallace who was daughter of Robert Wallace