Driving directions: If you are not familiar with this area of the county, I would advise getting someone to go with you. The area is very isolated and the roads are bad in wet weather. The road leading to the cemetery is a logging road about 2 1/2 miles from the Nevada-Ouachita county line on County Road No. 179 (commonly called Frogshack Road). Turn right on to the logging road and travel northeast for about 1/2 mile. You will have crossed a small gas line which is hard to see. Just after the road turns straight east, turn left on to another dimmer logging road and travel north about 3/4ths of a mile. After crossing a large gas line, a logging road leads to the right, but you should not take it. The road you are on will pass through the cut over area and gradually get dimmer. About 1/4 mile past the gas line a trail will lead off to the right. Park and walk from here to the cemetery. A large pine tree stands near the cemetery and a large hardwood tree is further east.
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References to an "earlier record" usually refer to a survey conducted in the 1950's by the Nevada County Extension Homemakers' Clubs, the original of which is on file at the Nevada County Depot and Museum.
Since 1997, Jery and Jeanie McKelvy have conducted a periodic canvas of each cemetery in the county and use additional resources to keep the listings current.
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