Frusha/Gray Cemetery
(Frusha is supposed to be the correct name of this cemetery)


SUBMITTED BY EVELYN COLE
JANUARY 1992

Near Longville, this small (about 50 x 70 foot) cemetery is virtually off-limits to most people. It is fenced with a cyclone fence and seems to be mowed on a regular basis--probably a bush hog. You can find it by traveling east on the Longville Gravel Pit
Road from the signal light in Longville on US 171 . Drive exactly 3.8 miles and stop at the locked forestry land gate. My friend and I walked about 1\4 of a mile to a "t" in the trail. About 100 feet more to the left brings you to this tiny cemetery. It definitely is not a road for less than 4-wheel drive. It is very quiet and peaceful here with pine trees all around. Being "company" land the trees are subject to being harvested and replanted on a regular basis. At this time (1992) there are small trees about 6 feet tall on 3 sides and full grown ready to harvest trees on the north. It would probably be inadvisable to try going there without permission. I have done my best to give you accurate information here so that it would be unnecessary to go there in person.

Pictures used with permission from Cindy Haley

FRUSHA, HENRIETTA "HETTY" B     DEC 27 1896 MAY 27 1922
FRUSHA, JOHN L      MAY 7 1869 FEB 12 1948    Mason
FRUSHA, VIRGINIA L     NOV 5 1892 SEP 1 1961
FRUSHA, JOHN L     MAR 2 1822 MAY 9 1898   
GRAY, ALBERTA     MAR 2 1897   MAR 3 1902 age 5 yrs 29 days
GRAY, JOHN H     OCT 29 1858 SEP 3 1878
GRAY, JOHN LOUIS     DEC 1 1891 JUN 6 1898
MARCANTELL, EUGENIE     1835 1869
MARCANTELL, J.A.    1828 1911
FRUSHA, JOSEPHINE Marcantell OCT 15 1825 MAY 7 1906 w\o JOHN LOUIS FRUSHA
SANDIFER, JESSE    AUG 1 1895   SEP 25 1918 (18yrs 1mo 25days)
       SON OF H.J. & M.A.SANDIFER
FRUSHA, ALWILDIA   JUL 30 1859 MAR 17 1914   w\o J.L.FRUSHA

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