Armed with many parish maps, detailed local maps and names & dates, I went to County Armagh. With the help of a lady at the Armagh Ancestry center and some people in Lurgan, I found the Moyraverty Quaker graveyard. They wanted to be sure I knew it is NOT in Moyraverty! Here are the directions from Lurgan --leave Lurgan on Union St. Go to the traffic lights, straight on down Tandragee Road approximately 1 Ĺ mi. Here you come to a series of roundabouts. Continue through 3 roundabouts. At the 4th roundabout, take the first left, Moyraverty West. From this road, take the first right onto Bluestone Road. The cemetery is on the right after about 250 yards. The cemetery has recently been cleaned up, it has signage on Bluestone Road, and has a signboard in the cemetery with names and information about those buried there. Ann Ree (Wray)ís name does not appear on the signboard. But I would like to think she is there, just the same! I am e-mailing my photo of the signboard. It was thrilling to see the highway signs for so many of the unusual place names such as Tandragee, which we all have entered into our family tree, wondering if we were spelling them correctly. We didnít attempt to find any other family sites.
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