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Would Cross Road Cemetery be today's Redmon Cemetery?

Cemetery is cited as the burial place of John S. McQueary (1900-1918) killed fighting for the the United States at Flanders Field in World War i

Virginia Kimbler Burkett writes:
Could this be the cemetery behind New Hope Baptist Church on Highway 206?Ella was mentioned and this was the old country store post office. Also, there is a cemetery on what is now known as Allen School House RD. There are several old graves there and it is up the road from Christine. It was known as the Redmon Cemetery years ago. Many of my family are buried there on land once owned by my aunt and uncle. --Virginia Kimbler Burkett
Comments re article 46324 JIM Pvt John S McQueary 19001918

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