I have found many direct descendants in Antioch cem. My great grandmother on my mother's side has a large part of her family buried there. My gg grandparents were John Andrew and Martha Emily Fisher Hodge. Two of their daughters, Lula H. (m. Benjamin Marshall) and Viola (m. James Easterwood) are buried there and some of their children. John's parents James J. and Mary Ann Jane McGill Hodge and other children of their's are also buried there. The others that have family connections, nephews, neices, etc. are Strong, Stone, Estes, Liles, Gray, Kidd, Tidwell, Brown and Perry. James Liles was married to Mary Hunter, a daughter of Almond and Mary Hunter. Her sister was Sarah married to Thomas Alford. There brother William Andrew Jackson Hunter is also buried there with wife Emma. Almond Hunter who was sheriff and also captain of the Randolph Home Guard during the Civil war is suppose to be getting some type of plaque there, but at present there is no stone. The easiest way to find the Alford gravesite. As you come into the cemetery look all thw way to the left back, you will see two large, about five feet high, monuments. This is the Hodge site. The Alfords are nearby. By the way a decendant of this family Delmas Easterwood, 87, lives in the area and has helped with a lot of info. Also Opal McGill lives in the area and has a lot of family history info. You might want to look them up when you get there.