Lindale Mt. Holly Road
Behind Tall Timbers Mobile Home Park
Directions: St. Rt. 125 through Amelia turn right on St. Rt. 132. Turn left on Lindale Mt. Holly Road. Turn right into Tall Timbers mobile Home Park.
Enter the Mobile Home Park, turn left at the first street, go around bend – continue until you come to Lot #37. You will want to park somewhere along this street and enter at rear of Lot 37. Look up (see grove of spruce trees – pretty far away). You want to be here. You will cross a large creek bed right away upon entering the woods. Stay to your left. You will want to cross another creek bed – small. About three cedars on right and large spruces to left as you cross creek and start to ascend up a small hill. On left before you get to grove of spruce trees is the cemetery. This is not an easy find.
Greg Wisby a resident of this park was nice enough to help us get into the woods. This cemetery is completely destroyed. We tried to put puzzle pieces together. I would suggest if this is your family to spend a whole day here in the spring and try and piece everything together. We found Daniel Gollada’s stone far away from the cemetery towards the electrical towers in the field within that little creek before you come to open area by edge of woods @ N38˚ 59.279 W084˚ 11.721.
Pictures and inscriptions by Pamela Smith, CCGS member and Vera Quehl, a dedicated volunteer. The listing of inscriptions was gathered from several sources.