Hardee Cemetery

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Hardee Cemetery, or Hardeetown Methodist Cemetery, is supposedly haunted, but details are few and far between. It’s the final resting place of Isaac P. Hardee (1817-1879), and, allegedly, many of his slaves. The house, called “Pine Hill,” still stands nearby, though it has been moved from its original location.

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Hardee Cemetery
Chiefland, FL
United States
29.487833897499254, -82.87896725539213
Levy County, Florida
Nearest Towns:
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  1. im a hardee and its not haunted, all my family is buried there, and they treated slaves well, they all were paid and stayed even when the union forces liberated. my family is nothing but bad ass hardworking som’ beeches. the only haunting comes from the tourists.

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