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Chambers 1CemeteryAbandaAllenLocaleLocationChurch Affiliation and Remarks9 - NWT24N, R25E, Sec 11approximately 35 graves dating from 1916; Bowlings, Flournoy, LaGrone, Lindsey, Phillips, Pinkard,Sessions, Taldrone, Turnham and White are common to this cemetery still in use (26) (41)also known as Allen-Sims Cemetery; approximately 30 graves; first known interment: Beverly Allen (18281862); Barker and Sims are also found in this active cemetery (41)Antioch Baptist Church, organized in 1835; approximately 600 graves; first known interment in 1836;Andrews, Beall, Bell, Bledsoe, Boyd, Christian, Clark, Conway, Ford, Hall, Haralson, Hinkle, Landrum,Lovelace, Poe, Rearden, White, Wooddy and Yates are common to this active cemetery (2) (34) (41)Antioch Christian Church, founded in 1869; approximately 330 graves, several graves marked with simple ironcrosses, others illegible; first known interment: infant Sophrania Caroline Hood (d.1846); Abbott, Beaird,Birdsong, Brand, Brown, Burdette, Carden, Collier, Dunn, Gibson, Hamlin, Hood, Kitchens, Landers,Lee, Maddux, Moree, Richardson, Royston and Williams are common to this active cemetery (2) (41)Antioch Missionary Baptist Church; approximately 60 graves; known interments date from 1923; Banks,Brooks, Calloway, Johnson and Ray are common to this active cemetery (41)Elizabeth Moore Aycock (1818-?), James Alley Aycock (1864-1865), John A. Aycock (1815-?), infant Irvin(b. & d. 1880) and Lucy E. Irvin (b. & d. 1873) are found here (41)approximately 20 graves; first known interment: Jacob Bailey (1794-1879); last known interment: GarfieldBailey (1902-1990); Askew, Collins, Cox, James and Staples are also found here (26) (41)Bell Chapel Church; approximately 75 graves; first known interment: Ludie Zeigler (d. 1908) Alford, Barrow,Bell, Darden, Dixon, Fears, Johnson, McCurdy, Reese, Shealey, Storey, Tolbert and Watson arecommon to this active cemetery (41)Bethel Baptist Church, established in 1832; approximately 425 graves; first known interment: Rev. John M.Gray (1783-1834); Adams, Baker, Beard, Bonner, Brown, Burkes,Causey, Clark, Cole, Estes, Hall,Jones, Lee, Longshore, Stoker and Wheeler are common to this cemetery is still in use (2) (29) (41)Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church; approximately 50 graves; first known interment: Ella Hall (d. 1914);Beasley, Cofield, Hines, Magby, McGray and Veasley are common to this active cemetery (41)Bethlehem Baptist Church; approximately 250 graves; also known as Glass Cemetery or Old BethlehemCemetery; first known interment: unknown infant (d. 1871); Anthony, Bradfield, Chambley, Combs,Crowder, Duffey, Lamb, Scales, Shank, Still and Trammell are also common to this active cemetery (41)Beulah Christian Church, located at Tallapoosa County line; approximately 65 marked and 15 unmarkedgraves; first known interment: A. J. Gibson (1877-1885); Bailey, Carter, Culpepper, Elder, Gibson, Hand,Phillips, Ponder, Veazey, Wilkins and Williams are common to this active cemetery (13) (26)approximately 20 graves; first known interment: Nathaniel Bibby (1776-1847); last known interment: JohnBishop (1848-1937); Bibby, Bishop, Looser, Moore and Waits are common to this cemetery (10) (26) (41)three known interments of the Blanton family dating from 1894 and 1901 (2)163 - NWT24N, R25E, Sec 28Antioch91 - SWT21N, R26E, Sec 6Antioch24 - NET24N, R26E, Sec 1Antioch208 – SWT21N, R26E Sec 5Aycock183 - NWT23N, R25E, Sec 19Bailey8 - NWT24N, R25E, Sec 22Bell Chapel102 - SET22N, R27E, Sec 28Bethel31 - NET24N, R27E, Sec 9Bethlehem38 - NET24N, R28E, Sec 22Bethlehem125 - SET21N, R29E, Sec 30Beulah1 - NWT24N, R25E, Sec 6Bibby3 - NWT24N, R25E, Sec 31BlantonBoyds Tank47 - NW95 - SET22N, R25E, Sec 4T21N, R26E, Sec 13Brooks209 - SWT22N, R25E, Sec 15BuckalewCaldwell101 - SE97 - SET21N, R27E, Sec 9T20N, R27E, Sec 6CalvaryCanaan138 - SE36 - NET21N, R28E, Sec 4 Calvary Baptist Church; this active cemetery was established in the 1940’s (26)T24N, R27E, Sec 11 Canaan Baptist Church; first known interment: Mattie Climans (1854-1919); Boddie, Crowder, Fears, Hooks,Carlisle-BursonCenter144 - SE86 - SWT21N, R28E, Sec 35T22N, R25E, Sec 27Chapel Hill55 - NWT23N, R26E, Sec 10approximately 25 graves, 9 marked; first known interment: Winnifred Jeter (1800?-1850); last knowninterment: Mandy Heard (1886-1963); outside the cemetery wall are many unmarked graves of slaves andIndians (2)approximately 20 graves; first known interment: Missouri Ann Brooks Burton (1822-1860); last knowninterment: Emma Jean Stevens (1884-1961); Brooks, Gray, Liles and Mezick are also found here (41)3 marked graves; first known interment: Andrew J. Blakely (1823-1858) many markers are illegible (2)the graves of Charlotte Caldwell (1794-1835), Josua Caldwell (1787-1854), Mary Caldwell (1797-1857) andMartha Caldwell (1827-1839) (25)Hurston, McFarlin, Paige, Patterson and Thompson are common to this active cemetery (41)5 known burials of members of the Burson and Carlisle families, possibly dating from as early as 1858 (26)Center Baptist Church, organized in 1893; approximately 160 graves; first known interment: William S.Gilliland (1821-1891); Bence, Birchfield, Dyson, Estes, Hunter, Larance, Lovelace, McCarley, Merritt,Milford, Royster, Smith, Stewart and Talbot are also common to this cemetery still in use (2) (29) (41)Chapel Hill United Methodist Church, founded in 1911; approximately 80 graves; first known interment: SarahMyrtle Wilson (1878-1937); Adams, Barber, Camp, Daniel, Finney, Hill, House, LeSueur, Meeks, Mickle,Newman, Pledger, Waits, Weaver and Wilson are common to this cemetery still in use (2) (41)5 marked graves; first known interment: Absolom Harris Chappell (1840- 1863), who died in service to theConfederate Army; last known interment: George Henry Chappell (1852-1943) (2)the grave of William Coggin (d. 1834) (18) (26)Chappell20 - NWT23N, R26E, Sec 5CogginCommunity184 - NW166 - NWT23N, R26E, Sec 29T23N, R26E, Sec 34Cotton74 - SET22N, R27E, Sec 15County Line43 - SWT22N, R25E, Sec 6Cusseta105 - SET21N, R27E, Sec 26Dean79 - SWT22N, R25E, Sec 30Dowdell171 - SWT20N, R26E, Sec 3Dunlap144 - SET21N, R28E, Sec 1Ebenezer4 - NWT23N, R25E, Sec 4Ebenezer7 - NWT24N, R25E, Sec 27Emory Chapel62 - NET22N, R27E, Sec 4Enon131 - SWT22N, R26E, Sec 32Evangel Temple137 - SET21N, R28E, Sec 3Evening SpringFairfax205 - SE113 - SET22N, R28E, Sec 21 Evening Spring Baptist Church; a contemporary cemetery of four graves (41)T21N, R28E, Sec 24 a 20th century cemetery of approximately 2,500 graves dating from the 1920’s (2)Community Baptist Church; approximately 85 graves; first known interment: Mickey DeLee (b. & d. 1965);Adcock, DeLee, Denham, Frazier, Hopkins, Langley, Miller, Oliver, Pike, Sanders, Teel, Thomas,Thrower and Wenck are common to this active cemetery (41)6 marked graves; first known interment: Delilah Cotton (1809-1875); last known interment: John H. Cotton(1849-1893); dates may be in error as they are difficult to read; a number of graves marked with fieldstones (2)County Line Baptist Church, organized in 1835; the church is on the National Register of Historic Places; firstknown interment: Virginia E. Russell (1850-1851); Allen, Gregory, Henderson, Hunter, Jarrell, Johnson,Langley, Murry, Owen, Smith, Stewart, Talbot and Wooddy are common to this active cemetery (2) (41)approximately 280 graves; used by all denominations; first known interment: Francis Floyd (1831-1835);Alsobrook, Askew, Bolt, Busbee, Clem, Combs, Culpepper, Finch, Floyd, Fredrick, Harrell, Penn,Thomas, Varner, Warlock and Williams are common to this cemetery still in use (2) (32) (41)also known as Dean-Shirley Cemetery; 11 marked graves; first known interment: Armarintha Lou Tucker(1828-1882); Holder, Hoyle, Shirley, Ware and Woodyard are also found in this active cemetery (41)the graves of William S. Dowdell (1836-1853), James Dowdell (1778-1855), Felix Dowdell (1842-1862) andCaroline M. Dowdell (1807-1856) (6)located on 22nd Avenue in Shawmut; only known interment is that of David Dunlap (1790-1852); other gravesare present (2)Ebenezer United Methodist Church, established in 1839; approximately 150 graves; first known interment: J.H. Alsobrook (1862-1863); Bishop, Champion, Fincher, Griffin, Lindsey, Looser, McKnight, Moore,Redman, Rogers, Sadler, Smith, Stanfield and Williams are common to this cemetery still in use (2) (41)former site of the church; 13 marked and several unmarked graves; first known interment: Isom Day (d. 1852);last known interment: William Franklin Burgess (1880-1970) Creamer, Looser and McLemore are alsocommon to this cemetery (26) (41)Emory Chapel Methodist Church, inactive; approximately 40 graves; the land for the church was dedicated in1851; first known interment: Mary Trammell (d. 1851 at 94 years); last known interment: Al V. Harper (18982005); Barnes, Finley, Hammond, Moorman, Ramsey, Trammell and Walton are common (2) (32) (41)former site of Enon Primitive Baptist Church, est. by 1842; most of the graves are marked with fieldstones andbricks; known interments: Jeptha Seaborn Sutton (d.1857) and Jeptha Wilkerson (d.1852) (2)Evangel Temple Assembly of God; approximately 35 graves; first known interment: Rena Elizabeth Looser(1882-1948); Brown, Miles, Weldon and Yarbrough are common to this active cemetery (41)

Chambers 2LocaleLocationChurch Affiliation and RemarksFairviewCemetery115 - SET21N, R28E, Sec 30Finley59 - SWT22N, R26E, Sec 21also known as McGinty and Riverdale Cemetery; Bethlehem Baptist Church, founded in 1835, once stoodacross the street; over 1,300 graves; Adams, Andrews, Anthony, Brown, Dunn, Fullerton, Gibson, Gilson,Hodnett, Hollis, Humphrey, Leak, McCullough, Milner, Morgan, Ray, Rogers, Smith, Still, Thomas,Ware, Weaver, White, Wiggins and Williams are common to this cemetery still in use (2) (38) (41)approximately 100 marked graves; first known interment: Walt Finley (1918-1932); Brooks, Crawley, Davis,Holmes, Jackson, Phillips, Royston and Shaver are also common to this cemetery still in use (39) (40) (41)FinneyFirst Christian29 - NE141 - SET24N, R27E, Sec 31 see LystraT21N, R29E, Sec 28 First Christian Church; also known as Riverview Cemetery; first known interment: S. J. Bennett (1845-1877);Fittenlast known interment: Carrie Bell Belyeu (1893-1967); Bennett, Brown, Kilgore, Koon, Leak, Melton,Moree, Ray, Shehane, Smith, Turnipseed, Walker and Williams are common to this cemetery (2) (38) (41)9 graves; first known interment: George W. McCoy (d. 1842); last known interment: John L. Fitten (d. 1867);Fields, Jones and Morris are also found in this unmaintained cemetery (41)a cemetery of approximately 375 graves used by both Baptists and Methodists; first known interment: MaryFrances Sands (1843-1902); Alsobrook, Bassett, Bowen, Brown, Day, Finney, Fuller, Higgins, Mathews,Redman, Smartt, Spivey, Trammell and Wallace are common to this cemetery still in use (2) (41)Old Five Points Cemetery; a small cemetery of approximately 10 graves, among them Dr. Benjamin J. Foster,the first postmaster; first known interment: Sarah E. Tomlinson (1848-1890); last known interment: Mrs. M. J.Mitcham (1832-1911); 5 of the 11 graves are members of the Jackson family (2)located just off the Huguley to Cusseta Road; first known interment: William K. Frederick (1784-1839); lastknown interment: Matilda H. Davis (1806-1886); several unmarked graves; Askew, Culpepper, Haralson,Hicks, Lumpkin and Rutledge are also found here (2) (41)Fredonia United Methodist Church, org. in 1832; approximately 400 graves; the church, built in 1833 as thefirst Methodist Church in the county; first known interment: Fannie H. Howell (1802-1830); Adams, Andrews,Baker, Boone, Cox, Cumbee, Cummings, Edwards, Finley, Fuller, Fulghum, Heath, Hurst, McCard,McCoy, Trammell, Ward, Williams and Wright are common to this cemetery still in use (2) (34) (41)Friendship Baptist Church Number 2, organized in 1905; first known interment: Mary J. Shaver (1012-1912)Baker, Garrett, Lindson, Ray, Spence, Sutton and Wright are common to this active cemetery (41)the graves of Jesse Garrett (1790-1861), Elizabeth Garrett (1794-1869) and Ossie Lee Meadows (18711873) (2)Galilee Missionary Baptist Church; first known interment: Will Davis (d. 1930); Bozeman, Brooks, Davis,Finch, Floyd, Glaze, Gunn, Lipscomb, Todd, Truitt and Wallace are common to this active cemetery (41)8 graves; first known interment: Sarah F. Germany (1820-1859); last known interment: Samantha EllenGermany (1840-1928); Hurst and Jarrell are also found here (24) (26)185 - SWT21N, R26E, Sec 28Five Points Belcher30 - NET24N, R27E, Sec 32Five Points178 - NET23N, R27E, Sec 4Frederick-Davis146 - SET21N, R28E, Sec 8Fredonia70 - NET23N, R27E, Sec 13Friendship56 - NWT23N, R26E, Sec 14Garrett147 - NET24N, R28E, Sec 15Galilee99 - SET21N, R27E, Sec 33Germany186 - SWT22N, R25E, Sec 12GlassGrady125 - SE187 - NET21N, R29E, Sec 30 see BethlehemT23N, R27E, Sec 8 34 graves; first known interment: infant twins William and Wilson Grady (b. & d. 1837); last known interment:Greater Poplar Sprs.210 - SWT22N, R26E, Sec 4Greenwood127 - SET21N, R28E, Sec 4Gresham211 - SWT22N, R26E, Sec 14Hall Memorial111 - SET21N, R28E, Sec 24Handy60 - SWT22N, R26E, Sec 23Harmony46 - SWT22N, R25E, Sec 8Harrell148 - SET21N, R21E, Sec 6Higgins26 - NET24N, R26E, Sec 25Hill149 - SET21N, R28E, Sec 2Hill-Thompson54 - NWT23N, R26E, Sec 17Hillcrest GardensHolstun78 - SE66 - SET22N, R28E, Sec 22 Hillcrest Gardens and Oakwood are the two principal cemeteries for Lanett (26)T22N, R27E, Sec 2 10 marked graves, 4 unmarked graves; first known interment: Martha E. Finney (1840-1860); last knownHopewell11 - NWT24N, R25E, Sec 23Hopewell116 - SET21N, R28E, Sec 36Hopewell207 - SET21N, R28E, Sec 36Huguley108 - SET21N, R28E, Sec 11Huguley212 - SET21N, E28E, Sec 3HutchensonJohnsonLafayette151 - SW188 - SE61 - SET21N, R25E Sec 18 only unmarked graves (2)T21N, R29E, Sec 6 Johnson Memorial Gardens, a substantial contemporary cemetery (41)T22N, R26E, Sec 13 also known as Westview Cemetery; over 2,550 graves; first known interment: Augusta Belcher (1832-1834);Lanett CityLangdale128 - SE114 - SET22N, R28E, Sec 26 see Oakwood, see Hillcrest GardensT21N, R28E, Sec 18 approximately 1,475 graves; first known interment: Thomas J. Robertson (1853-1879); there are many gravesFrances Wheeler McKinney (1849-1920); Brown, Higgins, Johnson, Kirby, Redmond, Smith, Thompsonand Tomlinson are also found here (41)Greater Poplar Springs Baptist Church; the graves of Anne Lois Foreman (d. 2002) and David Gary Jones(1937-2008) are known to be found here (41)Greenwood Baptist Church; approximately 120 graves; first known interment: Harriet Burton Bailey (18541937); Askew, Bailey, Brown, Huguley, Johnson, Jones. Lyons, Whittaker and Williams are common tothis active cemetery (41)17 graves; first known interment: Robert Driver (1887-1923); Cox, Dozier, Flournoy, Gresham, Holloway,Mitchell, Thomas, Turner, Williams and Winston are found in this active cemetery (41)Hall Memorial C.M.E. Church, founded in 1925; approximately 125 graves; first known interment: Ella Cherry(1886-1932); Baker, Booker, Dunn, Huguley, Jackson, Johnson, Marshall, McCants, Reese, Sherrell,Tucker, Walker, Wallace and Wilson are common to this active cemetery (29) (41)approximately 350 graves; first known interment: Eliza Muse Marable (1883-1934); Abner, Austin, Boyd,Brock, Calloway, Carr, Crawford, Dawkins, Drake, Finley, Holloway, Story and Vines are common to thisactive cemetery (41)approximately 40 graves; first known interment: Nancy Linda McCowen Fitzpatrick (1804-1844); last knowninterment: Billy Joe Hunt (1941-1981); Barnes, Dobson, Fitzpatrick, Howard, Hunt, Johnson, Lee,McClendon, Slaughter, Wester, Woodyard and Yancey are common to this cemetery (41)in a wooded area off 19th Avenue in Shawmut; known interments: Samuel Harrell (1776?-1843) and SusannahHarrell (1782?-1860); other unmarked graves are present (2)approximately 65 graves, several unmarked; first known interment: V. D. W. Higgins (1858-1865); last knowninterment: Fannie W. Higgins (1866-1951); Bachus, Brady, Hand, Pearson, Ray, Slay, Tatum and Whatleyare also found here (2) (36) (41)on Old Magnolia Ferry Road; first known interment: Sarah T. Hill (1842-1845); last known interment: M. A. Hill(1816-1862) (2)also known as Hill-Thompson Cemetery; 35 graves; first known interment: Sarah Seagraves (1786-1872); lastknown interment: Hattie Thompson (1883-1969); Adams, Combs, Harris, Thompson and Turnham arecommon to this cemetery (26)interment: Gertrude E. Davidson Holstun (1852-1923); Trammell and Walton are also found here (1) (2)Hopewell Baptist Church; over 40 graves; first known interment: William McKinley Slay (1898-1927); Bailey,Lackey, Pitts, Spence, Staples, Tatum and Taylor are common to this cemetery still in use (26) (41)also known as Reese Cemetery; approximately 70 graves; first known interment: David Addison Reese (18231839); last known interment: Nancy C. McKinley Stanley (1811-1891); Cherry, Cooper, Croft, Ellis,McClendon, McKinley, Meadors, Morris, Reese, Stanley and Wallis are also found here (2) (32) (41)Hopewell United Methodist Church, organized in 1843; approximately 160 graves; first known interment:Joseph G. Smith (1835-1893); Bozeman, Brisky, Chamber, Davis, Eastridge, Fincher, Gaylor, Hadaway,Holt, Horne, Mills, Myhand, Ogle, Pigg, Redden and Williams are common to this active cemetery (41)approximately 45 graves; first known interment: Zachariah Huguley (b. & d. 1845); last known interment: LarryB. Woody (1953-1955); Cooper and Jackson are also common to this cemetery (2) (41)Huguley Congregational Church: approximately 60 graves; first known interment: Rena Elizabeth Looser(1882-1948); Brown, Crenshaw, Mason, Miles, Pilkington, Smith, Vickers, Weldon and Yarbrough arecommon to this active cemetery (41)there are a number of Civil War veterans found in this cemetery; Adams, Allen, Andrews, Boyd, Burton,Clark, Cotter, Davis, Frazer, Fuller, Griffin, Hinkle, Jones, Lamb, Lee, Lowe, McClendon, Moore,Sanders, Schuessler, Smith, Spence, Tatum and Veasey are common to this active cemetery (2) (3) (41)indicated in various ways with no inscriptions in this active cemetery; Adams, Adcock, Allen, Bailey, Barron,Brown, Calhoun, Crowder, Crutchfield, DeLoach, Duffey, Frazier, Gauntt, Hall, Jennings, Johnson,Lane, McCarthy, Morris, Ray, Smith, Tankersley, Terry, White and Williams are common (2) (41)

Chambers 3LocaleLocationChurch Affiliation and RemarksLebanonCemetery58 - NET23N, R27E, Sec 19LettLiberty189 - NE94 - SWT23N, R25E, Sec 5T21N, R26E, Sec 23Lebanon Presbyterian Church, organized by 1843; approximately 200 graves; the church was known as UnionChapel before moving to present location in the 1860’s; first known interment: John Beaty (1809-1875);Abernathy, Barnes, Beall, Beaty, Bonner, Bullock, Frazer, Gill, Hill, May, McCarley, Milford, Sharpe,Slagle, Slaughter, Taylor, Thompson and Trammell are common to this cemetery still in use (2) (41)the graves of John H. Lett (1834-1863) and Rebecca Ann Lett (1813-1860) (41)Liles190 - NWT24N, R25E, Sec 3Littlefield191 - NET24N, R27E, Sec 10LostLystra170 - SE29 - NET21N, R27E, Sec 5T24N, R27E, Sec 31Macedonia49 - NWT23N, R26E, Sec 30Maddox118 - SWT20N, R25E, Sec 11McClendon192 - NET23N, R25E, Sec 29McCordLiberty C.M.E. Church; approximately 80 marked and 35 unmarked graves; first known interment: GenevaScott (1939-1952); Barrow, Copeland, Dansby, Foreman, Frazier, Gunn, Harris, Hill, Johnson,Lipscomb, Lockhart, Morgan, Moss, Ross and Taylor are common to this active cemetery (7) (41)Chaney Gibson Liles (1796-1875), Jasper Liles (1872-1874) and John Liles, Sr. (1790-1881) along withseveral unmarked graves (26) (41)2 marked and approximately 8 unmarked graves; Nathan Lewis Littlefield (1842-1918) and Martha SwannLittlefield (1843-1928) (26)a black cemetery with only 2 stones remaining; John Moseley (d. 1924) and Rufus Jeter (1866-1916) (6)also called Finney; at the former site of Lystra Baptist Church; the land was donated around 1875;approximately 35 graves; first known interment: Minnie Lorena Johnson (1882-1883); last known interment:Walter E. McLain (1885-1965); Powers and Strickland are also found here (2) (41)Macedonia Primitive Baptist Church; approximately 700 graves; constituted as Mount Paran Church in 1835,the name changed to Macedonia in 1836; first known interment: Rebecah (sic) Heath (1819-1839);Abernathy, Adair, Adams, Bailey, Boazman, Carter, Coggins, Cole, Daughtrey, Davis, Duffee, Eason,Estes, Finney, Foster, Fuller, Gresham, Harmon, House, Howell, Jackson, Jarrell, Lankford, Lashley,Lindsey, Lowe, Meadors, Smith, Still and Weldon are common to this active cemetery (2) (41)5 marked and 1 unmarked grave; first known interment: Elizabeth W. Maddox (1818-1872); last knowninterment: Thomas Eugene Maddox (1877-1899) (15) (26)9 graves; first known interment: Jephtha McClendon (1795-1867); last known interment: Mary ElizabethFrances Thrower (1860-1939); Jackson, Lett and Williams are also found here (41)approximately 10 graves; first known interment: Andrew McCord (1818-1888); last known interment: GuilfordMcCord (1844-1924); Baxley is also found here (2) (41)Elizabeth Ann McCowen (1806-1891), Greenberry McCowen (1798-1874) and Stephen H. Tiller (1829-1891)are known to be found here (41)80 - SWT21N, R25E, Sec 7McCowen193 - NWT23N, R25E, Sec 30McGintyMcJunkin115 - SE22 - NWT21N, R28E, Sec 30 see FairviewT23N, R26E, Sec 9 10 graves; first known interment: infant McJunkin (b. & d. 1857); last known interment: Adelle A. McJunkinMcKnight168 - NWT23N, R25E, Sec 4Megginson14 - NWT23N, R25E, Sec 1Midway87 - SWT22N, R25E, Sec 35Miller35 - NET23N, R27E, Sec 11Milltown15 - NWT24N, R26E, Sec 19Mitchell Springs177 - SET22N, R28E, Sec 7Mount Hickory19 - NWT24N, R26E, Sec 32Mount Lebanon88 - SWT21N, R25E, Sec 2Mount Nebo104 - SET21N, R27E, Sec 26Mount Olive83 - SWT21N, R25E, Sec 34Mount Olive(1832-1898) (22) (41)the graves of John and Martha McKnight, both buried in 1856, Alsobrook and Champion are found inunmarked graves (4) (12)23 marked and 30 unmarked graves; first known interment: Samuel Megginson, Jr. (1785-1853); last knowninterment: Robert Brewster (1866-1951); Harris, Miles, Patterson and Tucker are also found here (12) (29)Midway United Methodist Church; approximately 180 graves; first known interment: Francis Maude Williams(1816-1868); Adcox, Barnes, Brooks, Cotter, Garlington, Jones, Knight, Landrum, Lovelace, Orr,Rearden and Whatley are common to this active cemetery (2) (41)known interments: William R. Miller (1803-1845) and Elizabeth Miller (1801-1862); additional graves areunmarked and desecrated (2)Milltown Baptist Church established 1811; approximately 375 graves; first known interment: Nancy Taylor(1785?-1855); Adkins, Beaird, Brisky, Chewning, Clack, Cotney, David, Day, Denney, Finney, Foster,Gaines, Hall, Henderson, Liles, Owen, Pearson, Pinkard, Riser, Rotton, Sanders, Slay, Staples,Stevens, Street, Tatum, Weaver and Woodall are common to this cemetery still in use (2) (34) (41)over 200 graves; first known interment: Queen T. Minter (1846-1857); Barrow, Brooks, Dixon, Gunn, Reed,Smith, Towles, Trammell and Winston are known to be found in this active cemetery (26) (41)Mount Hickory Primitive Baptist Church, established in 1834; moved to present location in 1847; approximately325 graves; first known interment: Sophia Ann Wright (1819-1839); Abernathy, Adams, Carlisle, Daniel,DeLoach, Haralson, Hill, Hunt, Slay and Thompson are common to this active cemetery (1) (2) (29) (41)Mount Lebanon United Methodist Church; Allen, Finley, Heard, Huguley and Sanford are known to be foundin this active cemetery (41)Mount Nebo Baptist Church; approximately 325 graves; first known interment: Fannie Turner (d. 1912);Askew, Avery, Bailey, Davis, Floyd, Gooden, Hall, Harrington, Johns, Johnson, Jones, Lewis, Marshall,Robinson, Smith, Thomas, Todd, Varner, Watts and Winston are common to this active cemetery (41)Mount Olive Church; approximately 60 graves; first known interment: George Henry Clifton (d. 1889);Caldwell, Driver, Henry, Hicks, Johnson, Moore, Slaughter and Willis are common to this active cemetery(41)Mount Olive Primitive Baptist Church, approximately 85 graves; first known interment: S. Cawsey (d.1838);Bowling, Cox, Fant, Griffin, Hamilton, Meggs and Sims are common to this active cemetery (2) (41)Mount Pisgah Primitive Baptist Church, established in 1837; approx. 630 graves; first known interment:Andrew J. Thompson (1860-1861); Anglin, Avery, Burkes, Coleman, Crowder, Cumbee, Gay, Goodwin,Grady, Gross, Holderfield, Howell, Johnson, Johnston, McLean, Shaw, Smith, Stephens and Wheeleralong with Revolutionary War veteran James Langley (1762-1868) are found in this active cemetery (2) (41)Mount Pleasant United Methodist Church; approximately 150 graves; first known interment: Mattie Trammell(1863-1921); Allen, Beard, Billingslea, Brooks, Johnson, Phillips, Towles, Trammell, Turner, Wright andZachery are common to this active cemetery (41)142 - NWT24N, R25E, Sec 35Mount Pisgah33 - NET24N, R27E, Sec 15Mount Pleasant65 - NET23N, R27E, Sec 16Mount PleasantMount Sinai82 - SW82 - SWT21N, R25E, Sec 30 see Mount SinaiT21N, R25E, Sec 30 Mount Sinai Baptist Church; approximately 130 graves; also known as Paulk Cemetery; Mount Sinai Church;Mount Zion40 - NWT23N, R25E, Sec 7Mount Zion69 - NET23N, R27E, Sec 14Mountain Springs2 - NWT24N, R25E, Sec 30New Canaan81 - SWT21N, R25E, Sec 7New HarmonyNew Harmony18 - NW84 - SWT24N, R26E, Sec 16 New Harmony ChurchT21N, R25E, Sec 27 New Harmony Presbyterian Church, established in 1838; approximately 130 graves;New Hope16 - NWT24N, R26E, Sec 7also known as Mount Pleasant Baptist Church from 1839-1890; became a black church in 1891; the remainingstones in the Mount Pleasant part of the cemetery date from William Paulk (1771-1841); Boyd, Brooks, Earl,Fitch, Henry, Hicks, Jones, Pearson, Tucker and Woody are common to this active cemetery (2) (41)Mount Zion Baptist Church, founded in 1841; approximately 220 marked and numerous unmarked graves; firstknown interment: James Gary Cotton (1839-1868); Abney, Banks, Cox, Hurst, Johnson, Meadors,Mooney, Moss, Phillips, Sessions, Thrower and Williams are common to this active cemetery (2) (41)Mount Zion United Methodist Church; approximately 60 graves; first known interment: James AlexanderZachary (1886-1916); Allen, Brooks, Forman, Glen, Graham, Gun, Harrison, Johnson, McGuire,Trammell and Zachary are known to be found in this active cemetery (41)Mountain Springs Baptist Church; approximately 70 graves; first known interment: J. W. Laney (b. & d.1894);Bishop, Fant, Hill, Laney, Shivers and Willoughby are common to this cemetery still in use (10) (26)New Canaan Church; approximately 125 graves; first known interment: Tea Radden (1899-1900); Griffin,Martin, Norris, Poole, Taylor, Trammell and Ware are common to this active cemetery (41)first known interment:Martha Taylor Douglass (1805-1841); four Confederate veterans and Revolutionary veteran Daniel Gillespie(d. 1847) are found here; Calhoun, Campbell, Corley, Ellis, Greer, High, Jones, Logan, Martindale,Mayberry, McDonald, Presley, Strozier, Turner and Walton are also found in this active cemetery (2) (41)New Hope Congregational Christian Church, organized in 1850; approximately 330 graves; first knowninterment: T. Willoughby (1791-1864); Birchfield, Burdette, Chewning, Clack, Clark, Dunn, Elder, Floyd,Green, Halsey, Hammock, Hill, Liles, Manley, Milner, Moon, Orr, Pinckard, Ponder, Price, Rice,Richards, Slay, Stephens, Stevens and West are common to this cemetery still in use (2) (29) (41)

Chambers 4LocaleLocationChurch Affiliation and RemarksNew HopeCemetery68 - NET23N, R27E, Sec 36New Hope71 - NET23N, R27E, Sec 12New Mount Sellars194 - SET22N, R26E, Sec 35New Zion139 - SET22N, R28E, Sec 33Oak Bowery119 - SWT20N, R26E, Sec 4New Hope Missionary Baptist Church; approximately 80 graves; first known interment: Addie C. Billingslea(1883-1921); Bonner, Cofield, Copeland, Davis, Edwards, Hogg, King, Scroggins, Simpson, Stiggers,Trammel, Williams and Winston are common to this active cemetery (41)New Hope Baptist Church, organized in 1832; among the first Baptist churches in the county; approximately100 marked graves; first known interments date from the 1860’s, but many graves are marked with fieldstones;Adams, Atkins, Alsabrook, Barnes, Blair, Cumbee, Jeter, Johnson, Lanier, Morris, Nelson, Osborne,Owens, Ray, Smith, Steele, Taylor and Weldon are common to this active cemetery (2) (29) (34) (41)New Mount Sellars Church; first known interment: Albert Carlisle, Sr. (1900-1922); Dowdell, Heard, Howard,Thomas and Wilson are common to this active cemetery (41)New Zion Baptist Church; approximately 125 graves; first known interment: Sam Burton (1886-1926);Billingslea, Brooks, Howell, Huguley, Jackson, Moore, Tucker and Williams are common to this activecemetery (41)approximately 120 graves; first known interment: Mary Elza Phillips (b. & d. 1850); Allen, Davis, Ellington,Harris, Lockhart, Preer and Thomas are among the early interments of this cemetery still in use (2) (32) (36)OakwoodOld EbenezerOld Fredonia128 - SE42 - NW174 - NET22N, R28E, Sec 26 Oakwood and Hillcrest Gardens are the two principal cemeteries for Lanett (26)T23N, R25E, Sec 19T23N, R27E, Sec 12 approximately 35 graves; first known interment: Lurancy McKiney (1826-1838); last known interment: Alice C.Old Friendship165 - SET20N, R28E, Sec 6Old Harmony45 - SWT22N, R25E, Sec 8Old Mount Hickory180 - NWT24N, R26E, Sec 28Old Rock Springs51 - NWT23N, R26E, Sec 28Old TomlinsonOld Union28 - NE195 - NET24N, R26E, Sec 1 see SharpsT24N, R27E, Sec 28 Old Union Methodist Church; approximately 25 graves, several unmarked; first known interment: James M.Orsborn154 - NWT24N, R26E; Sec 3Osanippa107 - SET21N, R28E, Sec 17PaulkPeace and GoodwillPenn82 - SW85 - SW135 - NET21N, R25E, Sec 30 see Mount SinaiT21N, R25E, Sec 36 Peace and

Chambers 1 Cemetery Locale Location Church Affiliation and Remarks Abanda 9 - NW T24N, R25E, Sec 11 approximately 35 graves dating from 1916; Bowlings, Flournoy, LaGrone, Lindsey, Phillips, Pinkard, Sessions, Taldrone, Turnham and White are common to this cemetery still in use (26) (41) Allen 163 - NW T24N, R25E, Sec 28 also known

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