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This cache has been archived.

The Seanachai: Greetings from,

While we feel that should hold the location for you for a reasonable amount of time, we cannot do so indefinitely. In light of the lack of communication regarding this cache it has been archived to free up the area for new placements. If you haven’t done so already, please pick up this cache or any remaining bits as soon as possible. If you are in the process of replacing or repairing your cache please e-mail me in response to this archival and, if possible, I will unarchive your cache.

I want to thank you for the time that you have taken to contribute in the past and I am looking forward to your continued contributions to the sport of Geocaching.

The Seanachai Volunteer Cache Reviewer for Tennessee


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Deaderick Family Cemetery

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Hidden : 3/4/2006
1 out of 5
1 out of 5

Size: Size: micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:


George Michael Deaderick in 1807 established and was president of the Nashville Bank, the first bank in the state. His son, John G. Deaderick, owned 5000 acres of land, a portion of which was passed down to his son, William Pitt Deaderick, and was later developed as the Orange Mound Community. A "planned community," Orange Mound is considered one of the first African-American subdivisions built in the South.

Park, David, Barron, Spottswood, and Hamilton streets were named after members of the Deaderick family. Other family members buried here are Eliza E.G. Deaderick in 1845; Don D. Deaderick in 1841; and David Dunn in 1837.


The gate which provides access to the parking area and to the cemetery itself remains open from 6am-6pm, Monday through Friday, so plan your hunt accordingly. You'll be looking for a magnetic keyholder. Bring your own pen to sign the log. If you don't enjoy lingering in plain view of numerous muggles, use the hint and you'll be in and out in no time. Have fun!

A good cache for your lunchtime Lunchtime Cache Wheelchair Accesible Wheelchair Access Restricted hours Restricted hours
Less than 500 ft. from car to cache Less than 500 ft. from car Muggles Beware of Muggles! Pencil Bring a pen
Historic Site Historic Site Park and Grab Park n Grab
Geocachers of West Tennessee

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Additional Hints (Decrypt)

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Decryption Key


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67 Logged Visits

Found it 53     Didn't find it 6     Write note 1     Archive 1     Needs Archived 1     Temporarily Disable Listing 1     Publish Listing 1     Needs Maintenance 3     

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Current Time:
Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:26:23 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:26 PM GMT)
Rendered From:Unknown
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum

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