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From: "Catherine Grills" <>
Subject: Re: [ARIZARD-L] Duane Ball Mystery
Date: Mon, 17 Nov 2003 03:44:51 -0600
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When I was still working in the County Extension Office in Melbourne, I
believe it was this Pearogue Cemetery that County Judge Eddie Cooper was
asking about. I believe it is on his property. Anyway, he took Dan and
Joan Johnson (the ones who did the EHC Cemetery Book) out there. In the EHC
Cemetery Records Supplement there's a map showing where this cemetery is
located and this is what they wrote about it.
"The Pearogue Cemetery is located near county road #325, although it is
practically inaccessible. It is on the east side of Pearogue Creek just
north of its intersection with Mill Creek. It has just a couple of graves
marked with rocks. Although the identity of the people is unknown, they are
believed to be people named Pearogue. These graves are under cut timber and
the area is very overgrown. The old Pearogue schoolhouse is located on road
#325 a short distance north of the cemetery."
----- Original Message -----
From: "Vera Reeves" <>
Sent: Sunday, November 16, 2003 8:47 PM
Subject: [ARIZARD-L] Duane Ball Mystery
> > Does the cemetery book also list a census for that cemetery? I'm still
> > searching for my Nails, among others! Wonder if there is a road to it?
> I haven't seen the name of this cemetery before and it's not in the book
> Putting the plat map and the county map together I couldn't even guess if
> there was a road. There does seem to be a couple of cemeteries in the
> general area off County Road 113 but it would be best if someone who lives
> in that area could tell you.
> Which Nails are you looking for?
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