The oldest public cemetery in Fayetteville, containing over 1,100 grave markers, is the burial ground of many of the early settlers and locally significant persons in Fayetteville's history. Numerous prominent Scottish settlers are buried here; among them are Robert Adams, Duncan McRae, John Sandford and Andrew Broadfoot. George Lauder, a Scottish born stone mason known as North Carolina’s most prominent stone cutter of the 19th century, was laid to rest in this cemetery as well. To find out more, visit www.findagrave.com.
Hours: Daily before dusk, exterior view only.
Next Stop: Make a right onto Grove Street. Make a left onto North Eastern Blvd. Continue on North Eastern Blvd./Business 95 North until the Middle Road exit on the right. Take the exit and make a left onto Middle Road. Make a left onto Dunn Road (301 N). Bear straight/left onto Sisk Culbreth Road. Make a left onto Old Bluff Church Road.