Pitts Cemetery Transcription
Pitts Cemetery Established 1866
From Pittsburg, go north on 64 Hwy to county road 306, just past the Post Office. Go east on 306 then north on county road 311. Just past the log cabin on the left, at the end of the woods and the edge of a field, the cemetery is off the road under some trees. Cemetery walked and transcribed by Johnna Quick in May 2004. Note: On the obituary of Meekin Pitts, it notes that he was “buried in the orchard under some plum trees on the old homestead.? This apparently became Pitts Cemetery. Wilson's History of Hickory County notes that Meekin was the son of John Pitts, born in NC in 1753. John was a Revolutionary War soldier. Meekin had the following children: Sophronia, Laura and Fount M. COOPER Laura F 8-24-1845 11-11-1921 Melville H 6-28-1845 3-19-1928 HOOPER Mollie S 11-1-1870 2-1-1891 Wife of James Hooper Rosa 9-5-1876 1-26-1900 JOHNSON William G 9-10-1829 10-8-1890 Husband of S S Johnson Sophronia S 1842 1936 Fannie 1881 1948 PITTS Mary A 1-28-1822 10-8-1898 Wife of Meekin Pitts Meekin 5-2-1812 10-10-1886
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