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Bennet Holland Family Cemetery
Wake County, North Carolina

Lat: 3540'11"N, Lon: 7851'35"W

Contributed by Shirley Olson, May 16, 2002, last edited Sep 01, 2004 [shirley32olson@yahoo.com]. Total records = 9.

From the intersection of Main St. (Hwy. 55) and Holly Springs Rd., (SR.1152), in Holly Springs, turn west at the traffic light onto New Hill Rd. (SR. 1152) a continuation of Holly Springs Rd., but with a name change. Drive about 1 1/2 miles to where the road divides, bear right onto Holly Springs-Apex Rd. (SR. 1153) and go about 3/4 of a mile to the cemetery on the right side of the road. There is a little driveway to pull in off the road.

Off the beaten path for most Wake County dwellers, this little private cemetery is located on Old Holly Springs-Apex Rd., (SR. 1153), near a landfill and near the Wake County Shooting Range.

Bennet Holland Family Cemetery is the name noted in a will dated 1888, by the son of Bennet Holland, for this cemetery. At the present time this cemetery is owned and maintained by Drew Holland and family.

Of late much development has occurred in this once sleepy area. A predominantly African American neighborhood is in the midst of dramatic change.

I recorded this cemetery on 13 May 2002.
- Shirley Olson
Holland, Mary G., b. 27 Oct 1830, d. 26 Jul 1917, w. of G.A. Holland
Holland, G. A., b. 15 Feb 1831, d. 8 Feb 1880
Holt, Andrew Jackson, b. 1861, d. 1919
Holt, Leo, b. 1896, d. 1897
Holt, Rebecca Sorrell, b. 1870, d. 1917
Norris, Mabel Holland, b. 1811, d. 26 Jul 1896, note: on this stone are inscribed the names Nancy Ellen Williams and Julia Couch
Norris, R. T., b. 8 Apr 1810, d. 17 Jun 1884, age 74
Payne, Jack Allen Jr., b. 31 Aug 1942, d. 1 Jul 1986
Payne, Mabel Holt, b. 24 May 1911, d. 2 Nov 1998

Misc:
In the Holt plot there is a stone marked "Son" and the rest is indecipherable
There are approximately 16 rough small stone markers with no dates or names, presumed to be children's markers.

 

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