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From: "Vera Reeves" <>
Subject: [ARIZARD-L] Duane Ball Mystery
Date: Mon, 17 Nov 2003 08:34:32 -0600
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Is this anywhere near the Jones/ Conrad Cemetery? Just wondering if this
cemetery could possible be in what was once known as the Pearogue Community.
(if there wsa such a community). Maybe that would explain why the article
said Pirogue Cemetery.
> 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
> 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
> believed to be people named Pearogue. These graves are under cut timber
> the area is very overgrown. The old Pearogue schoolhouse is located on
> #325 a short distance north of the cemetery."