Orrison Slave Cemetery

Orrison Slave Cemetery

Backyard of 1606 Permit Ct., Kingston Chase Subdivision, about 200 ft west of the Orrison Family Cem


Beneath an old black walnut tree (North of the tree). According to Freeland Young, who learned this from a Mr. Brown who lived nearby in Oak Grove, cemetery contains the graves of Mr. Brown's parents, who were slaves, and his brother, who was never a slave. Others may be buried there, too.

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