Nealie Ledford Cemetery, Little Creek, Yancey Co., North Carolina

Nealie Ledford Cemetery

Little Creek, Yancey Co., North Carolina

Documented by Beth Bradford-Pytel

updated on 09/30/12

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Macro view taken September 29, 2012 by Julian Fender


Cemetery is named after Nealie Rexter Ledford who was a local school teacher for the Bee Log area.  This is an active cemetery and well taken care of.

 

Directions:  Proceed on 19W east towards Burnsville to the stop sign at Bee Log Junction.  Make a right turn and cross over the Cane River. Guys General Store/Gas Station is on the left.  Continue on Little Creek Road which bends sharply to the left.  Proceed on Little Creek Road .9 miles and turn right onto Blair Ridge Road, a gravel road that ascends steeply about 500 feet to the cemetery which is on the right (see left photo).  A four wheel drive vehicle is strongly recommended for this incline.  Otherwise, one should walk up to the cemetery.

 

NOTE:  This project was in partnership with Julian Fender and Terry Ledford who surveyed the cemetery and supplied all the photos (unless otherwise noted).  Feel free to email me your comments, photos and info.


SURNAMES:  BRACKINS, CARMACK, LEDFORD

1.  LEDFORD, Nealie Rexter

b.  November 28, 1911 - d. March 23, 1971

[s/o William Baxter Ledford and Harriett S. Watts buried Watts Cem]

NOTE:  he was a local school teacher; portrait photo courtesy of Terry Ledford

2.  LEDFORD, Steve

b. June 17, 1955 - d. December 2, 1998

[s/o Nealie Rexter and Lottie Honeycutt]

NOTE:  portrait photo courtesy of Terry Ledford

3.  BRACKINS, Douglas Howard

b. November 23, 1919 - d. May 29, 1970

[married Tinnie Watts buried Watts Cem]

4.  CARMACK, Infant

b./d. November 20, 1998

[child of J.W. & Laura Carmack]


Yancey Co. Map - location of cemetery - click to enlarge

 

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Updated 09/30/2012