Apex’s cemetery lies on about 7 acres of gently sloping land along West Williams Street, between Salem and Upchurch streets. The town council is considering working with nearby landowners to be able to offer more plots.
Apex’s cemetery lies on about 7 acres of gently sloping land along West Williams Street, between Salem and Upchurch streets. The town council is considering working with nearby landowners to be able to offer more plots. Henry Gargan hgargan@newsobserver.com
Apex’s cemetery lies on about 7 acres of gently sloping land along West Williams Street, between Salem and Upchurch streets. The town council is considering working with nearby landowners to be able to offer more plots. Henry Gargan hgargan@newsobserver.com

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