Maxey-Sledd Family Cemetery
     The Maxey-Sledd Family Cemetery was surveyed on August 24, 1996 by Sharon Lee Nowery and is on the property of Robert Wilcox. From the intersection of Route 711 and three Bridge Road, travel 2.8 miles on Three Bridge Road, turn left on Spencerwood Lane, travel .3 miles. The cemetery is in the woods on the left side of the road before the home of Robert Wilcox at 2796 Spencerwood Lane.
     The cemetery is overgrown but marked off with a cable; there are a number of graves marked only with stones and obviously other unmarked graves.


Burial Listing
 
Name
Birth Date
Death Date
Remarks
  Crostic, Henrietta F. (Mrs.)
5/5/1841
10/11/1902
w/o J.S. Crostic
  Crostic, Jas. S. (Rev.)
12/14/1826
1/5/1892
My Husband (rest in Peace) h/o Henrietta F.
  Sledd, Charlotte Fore
1/10/1825
2/16/1893
w/o W.J. Sledd
  Sledd, C. J. *
10/31/1861
9/25/1929
(* Could be G.J. Sledd)
  Sledd, Clarence Atmore
10/31/1889
7/1/1961
  Sledd, Lena Roberta
6/16/1897
5/14/1972
  Sledd, Minnie Maxey
12/15/1865
2/6/1937
  Sledd, Nora Alberta
6/14/1901
5/13/1979
  Sledd, Samuel Atmore
1/12/1860
9/3/1956
  Sledd, William J.
3/25/1827
6/18/1862
s/o James Y. & Nancy Sledd (see note #1)

Note #1: Died of typhoid fever contacted in the Army June 18th, 1862 - a consistent member of the Methodist Church and died in the faith.

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