Known Cemeteries and Burial Records of Mecklenburg County, NC
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700 W. 6th St.
Charlotte, NC 28202
It is visible from W. 6th St. and I-77. The entrance is on W. 6th St.
Affiliations: City of Charlotte
Size: More than 100 graves
This cemetery is owned by the City of Charlotte and is the largest cemetery in the county.
It was organized in 1851.
Section K was divided by 3 early churches-First Presbyterian, Second Presbyterian and Brevard St. Methodist.
Originally, the cemetery was for whites only. It is next to Pinewood, which was originally designated for African-Americans.
Many bodies may be moved in order to accomodate light rail. The names of these in question as of 11/2004 are included and are provided by Historic Charlotte.
Only a few burial records have been listed in this database. For all burial information, please call the city of Charlotte, Cemeteries Dept.
Two images show Charlotte city cemetery staff about 1945 - (3rd image down, l-r) #6 Mr. Haas, #7 Pauline Jones, #8 Mr. McFarland, #9 James "Everett" Hartis; Charlotte city cemetery staff about 1945 - (4th image down, l-r on back row) James "Everett" Hartis, Mr. McFarland, Pauline Jones, Mr. Haas
Date updated: 4/21/2006
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