Pollard Cemetery
Dug Down Mountain

Survey by Ralph and Jane Ayers - Summer 1979.

Directions: This cemetery is about 1/4 mile from Mr. J M Vines home toward Hwy 100. It is located in a clearing in the woods. There are about 50 graves in it. These are the stones that was found.
A wood house sheltered some graves but had collapsed. It was put together with square nails and made of cedar wood.

[Information in brackets [] has been added to help researchers]

Name Comments Birth Date Death Date
BROWN, Elizabeth w/o D R BROWN (Stone was broken)
25. Dec. 1860
9 Dec 1890 (?)
POLLARD, Woodson GA Cook 304 Service BN QMC
8. Apr. 1921

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