This was previously a Dead Drop cache, but since it had only been found once in 3 years and most people have (justifiable) hesitation about logging them, I've decided to redo it and even make it available to the wider geocaching community by crosslisting it.
This cache will bring you to Zion Cemetery, founded in 1850.
This is an offset cache, so you will visit the listed coords and get some info to determine the actual location of the container. The final is in a small, water-thight container.
Formally known as Dorsey Emmanuel United Methodist Zion Cemetery, the gates are open daily from 8 AM - 6 PM. Please be respectful and do not attempt this cache when the gates are closed and please avoid at night even if you happen to find the gates open.
At the posted coordinates, you will find a headstone with a unique family name. You should know it when you see it, but you are looking for Mary R. and George R. George was, apparently a World War II veteran.
Depending on your eyesight or assistive device you may be able to read the information from your car.
Mary's dates are 19ab - 19cd. George's are 19ef - 20gh.
Final is located at N 39 11.UVW W 76 45.XYZ.
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