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Dennard Family Cemetery

These cemetery records were originally transcribed and published in The Passing of the Pines: A History of Wilcox County Georgia Volumes I, II and III by authors, Mary Lou L. McDonald and Samuel Jordan Lawson III. These books are copyrighted and we have asked for and received permission to use them on this website. We appreciate their generosity in allowing us to use these records on this web site.

Alphabetical listing of the Dennard Family Cemetery. Listings made by Bob Nobles, Jr. and update by Mary Wyl Rhodes Doster and Martha Doster Sims. Cemetery is located near county road 502106 (approx. 9 miles N. of Rochelle on Philetus Edwin "Boots" Doster farm).

Conner child, no dates.

Ann Dennard, no dates.

John Dennard, Sept. 15, 1812-Dec. 24, 1887

Martha Denson Dennard, Aug. 12, 1821-Oct. 28, 1870

Mattie Mitchell, inf. dau. of John & Polly Mitchell Martha C. Mitchell, d. Sept. 25, 1871; 2 yrs. & 11 days.

Unmarked, Steve Smith, no dates.

Wilson Smith, unmarked; (Ola Cook & Tom Smith's grandfather).

Emma Smith Stokes and infant baby.

 

Double Run Baptist Church Cemetery

These cemetery records were originally transcribed and published in The Passing of the Pines: A History of Wilcox County Georgia Volumes I, II and III by authors, Mary Lou L. McDonald and Samuel Jordan Lawson III. These books are copyrighted and we have asked for and received permission to use them on this website. We appreciate their generosity in allowing us to use these records on this web site.

Listing Prepared By Willie and Betty Miller

Robert E. "Rob" Calhoun, 5-27-1907 - 1-19-1977  
Willie B. Calhoun, 5-29-1912 - 4-12-1988  
Laverne C. Clack, 11-4-1936 - 1-10-1988  
Carl Byron Crenshaw, 9-3-1922 - 2-14-1987  
William H. Crenshaw, 7-7-1919 - 4-1-1986  
Joyce O. Ivey, 4-11-1941 - 5-17-1978  
James Wendell McDuffie, 7-18-1941 - 8-16-1985  
R.B. McDuffie, 4-16-1918 - 10-23-1984  
David H. Moore, 12-20-1911 - 11-12-1979.

 

Evergreen Baptist Church Rochelle City Cemetery

These Cemetery records were originally transcribed and published in The Passing of the Pines: A History of Wilcox County Georgia Volumes I, II and III by authors, Mary Lou L. McDonald and Samuel Jordan Lawson III. These books are copyrighted and we have asked for and received permission to use them on this website. We appreciate their generosity in allowing us to use these records on this web site.

Listing of Evergreen Baptist Church-Rochelle City Cemetery. Listing begins on west side of cemetery bordering Gin House Street, south to north directions. Listings made by Myrtice J. Ferguson.

Three unmarked graves

Luther Smith
Vera S. Hart
Clarence Hill
Lemon Brown
Elizabeth Brown
Clarence E. Smith
Susie Ann Smith
An unmarked grave
Sarah Hackins
Several sunken graves
Mollie C. West
An unmarked grave
Willie Wright
William Gamble
Cleve Rawls
A fallen grave
Mattie L. Showers
Lizzie H. Taylor
Inez Higgins
William Hunt
Jim Taylor
Luoinda S. Hunt
Two unmarked graves.
James McCormick
Henretta Sheard
Two unmarked fallen graves
Jonathan Welleum
Beaver Hester
Unmarked graves enclosed in an iron gate.
A fallen grave
William Locke
Two unmarked graves
Charlie Lamb
Unmarked graves
Eugene Millie
Annie Key
Isiah Rawls
Rosa S. Rawls
Mollie C. Showers
John Garney
Ida M. Green
Rev. J.W. Butler
James S. Dantley
Willie Dantley
Elizabeth Lee
Carrie Barker
John H. Johnson
Maggie L. Johnson
Christine Hendley
Mary Alice Walker
Kathleen J. Towns
John Harrington
Ella Harrington
Mary Minter
Westly C. Phillips
Charlie L. Phillips
Ella F. Johnson
Robert L. Jackson
Charlie Daniels
Ella Daniels
Robert Daniels
Vonyous Robinson
Several unmarked graves
Mack A. Rouse
Gerry Powell
Enma Powell
Alice Riggs
Callie Gould
Ellen P. Thomas
Charlie Cochran
Edward James Johnson, Sr.
Robert Phillips
Katherine Phillips
Semore Phillips
Several unmarked graves
Tom Beaty
Nealie Gainey
John Gainey
Cora B. Pinkin
Charlie London
Washio Taylor
Agnes B. Lamb
Ruffus Mathis
Hazel Snell
Dora Tisdol
Arlene Flemming
Susie M. Cheese
Willie L. Manning
Mary A. Williams
Clarence Dixon
Floyd Curry
Several unmarked graves

John Finleyson Family Cemetery

These cemetery records were originally transcribed and published in The Passing of the Pines: A History of Wilcox County Georgia Volumes I, II and III by authors, Mary Lou L. McDonald and Samuel Jordan Lawson III. These books are copyrighted and we have asked for and received permission to use them on this website. We appreciate their generosity in allowing us to use these records on this web site.

Located on Mrs. George Rutland's Farm (Mary Frances Holt). Evidence
indicated more than the three (3) graves listed.

 Located NW part of Wilcox County. Listings made by Bob Nobles, Jr.

Dr. J.T. Finleyson, May 5, 1873-Nov. 20, 1901
J.B. Finleyson, June 14, 1875-Jan. 6, 1903
John J. Finleyson, Jan. 29, 1829-Aug. 15, 1878

 

DAVE FITZGERALD CEMETERY

These cemetery records were originally transcribed and published in The Passing of the Pines: A History of Wilcox County Georgia Volumes I, II and III by authors, Mary Lou L. McDonald and Samuel Jordan Lawson III. These books are copyrighted and we have asked for and received permission to use them on this website. We appreciate their generosity in allowing us to use these records on this web site.

Cemetery located on Dave Fitzgerald Road, Pitts, Georgia.
P. M. Johnson Farm (son-in-law of Dave Fitzgerald)

Lucius Coleman (Son of Steve Coleman - Died 1902).
Stephen Coleman 3-8-1847 - 7-28-1908
David Fitzgerald, Sr. 1806-1884
Gatsyn (wife of David Fitzgerald) 7-20-1821 - 9-7-1911
David Fitzgerald, 12-16-1871 - 11-22-1945
Bettie Fitzgerald, 12-22-1871 - 2-13-1943
J. K. Fitzgerald 7-25-1893 - 6-16-1918
Robert L. Fitzgerald, Georgia, Pvt. Co G 167 Infantry 5-1-1902, 1-4-1971.
Baby ) Child of an Older Noah Smith (located back right comer of Fitzgerald side of cemetery) - no markers.
J. W. Morris 1856 - 1901.
Susie Morris (wife of J. W.) 1855-1937
Baby - Little Jim Morris - no marker.
Bob Odum and Mary Odum - No markers (Formerly had a small wooden building over the graves).
John Odum - No marker
Arnie Odum (first wife of John Odum) No marker.
2 babies (children of John Odum) No markers.

From left hand corner - Full of graves but do not remember names. No markers. (Cemetery formerly had possibly a couple more buildings over graves)

Fitzgerald Family Cemetery

These cemetery records were originally transcribed and published in The Passing of the Pines: A History of Wilcox County Georgia Volumes I, II and III by authors, Mary Lou L. McDonald and Samuel Jordan Lawson III. These books are copyrighted and we have asked for and received permission to use them on this website. We appreciate their generosity in allowing us to use these records on this web site.

A complete inventory of the tombstone inscriptions in the Fitzgerald Family Cemetery was made by Harry Blue on 27 October 1982. It was my intent to show the genealogical information only from the markers. In this listing you will find the complete name, including any reference to mother or father or other person, and the birth and death dates in that order.

The Fitzgerald Family Cemetery is located about eight (8) miles south of Abbeville on U.S. Highway 129 and is about two (2) hundred yards off the west (right) side of the highway. It can not be seen from the road and there is no well defined road into the cemetery. There is a small sign by the side of the road and you travel along a track across the field to reach the cemetery. The cemetery is located on a little knoll and has a good chain link fence around it.

There are approximately forty nine (49) well marked graves in this cemetery. When a military marker exists this is noted immediately below the original listing by showing the inscription from the military marker. Also when special markings such as Masonic or Woodmen of the World emblems appear I have made a note of this fact.

I have attempted to be completely accurate in this listing. Errors may have occurred. If so it was because of the difficulty in reading a particular inscription or purely a human error. If such error appears please forgive me.

Alphabetical listing of the tombstone inscriptions in the Fitzgerald Family Cemetery of Wilcox County. Listing was made by Harry Blue on 27 October 1982.

La'Kiesha Elizabeth Barnhart, Aug. 24, 1974-Aug. 24, 1974
Josephene, wife of Jas. K. Brown, May 3, 1934-Dec. 27, 1916
W.L. Brown, Mar. 15, 1855-Aug. 27, 1921
Berta M. Evitt, June 10, 1912-Aug. 25, 1935
Beatrice May, daughter of J.A. & Sallie E. Fitzgerald, Oct. 15, 1902-Oct.3,1903 Eliza, wife of Miles Fitzgerald, Dec. 20, 1818-Jan. 1, 1886
Frank Fitzgerald, Sept. 19, 1885-Aug. 20, 1968
Infant son of J.A. & Sallie E. Fitzgerald, died June 28, 1906
Mary Fitzgerald, 1856-1892
Miles Fitzgerald, Jan 18, 1811-Nov. 22, 1889; this information taken from a broken concrete marker. A new marker also: Miles Fitzgerald, Jan. 19, 1811-Nov. 22, 1889
Perry Fitzgerald, 1852-1934
Ruby Miller Fitzgerald, Mar. 13, 1892-Sept. 26, 1977
Mrs. Lizzie Harp, daughter
of W.L. & S.L. Brown, Nov. 27, 1883-Feb.22, 1903 Albert J. Jordan, 1869-1908
Joe B. Keen, Sept. 21, 1861-Apr. 10, 1923; Masonic emblem.
Marion B., son of J.B. & Nancy Keen, Nov. 21, 1911-Aug. 12, 1916
Nancy Y. Keen, Feb. 9, 1876-Apr. 10, 1944
Johnnie Y. Keene, Georgia, Pvt. Med. Dept. 1943 S.C.U., World War II, Feb. 7, 1911-Nov. 20, 1953; military marker.
Ike, son of J.D. & Essie Murray, Dec. 4, 1902-Mar. 22, 1907
James D. Murray, Aug. 12, 1866-Feb. 12, 1944
James D. Murray, Jr., July 17, 1904-Oct. 26, 1917
John T., son of J.D. & S.E. Murray, Aug. 8, 1906-Mar. 25, 1907
Lee, son of J.D. & S.E. Murray, Dec. 4, 1907-Feb. 22, 1909

Ruby F. Murray, Feb. 13, 1915-July 29, 1915
Sallie F. Murray, Dec. 4, 1877-Nov. 5, 1957
Benjamin Rogers, Nov. 12, 1884-Jan. 23, 1950; Masonic emblem.
Sallie Rogers, Sept. 17, 1896-Aug. 29, 1936
Ida F. Jordan Seigler, 1875-1950
Amanda J., daughter of M.B. & S.J. Wilcox, Sept. 2,1903-Apr. 30, 1905
Clark, son of G.C. & M.J. Wilcox, Sept. 9, 1901-Nov. 30, 1918
Ed. M., son of G.C. & M.J. Wilcox, Sept. 9, 1895-July 4, 1917
G.B., son of George C. & Mary J. Wilcox, Jan, 15,1891-Aug. 21, 1915
George Calvin Wilcox, 1857-1922; Masonic emblem.
Mary Jane McCall, wife of George Calvin Wilcox, 1861-1938
Mary C., daughter of G.C. & Mary J. Wilcox, Mar. 12,1893-Sept. 23,1899
Calvin, son of J.D. & Sibbie Willcox, Nov. 8, 1913-Feb. 6, 1918
Marcus T., son of J.D. & Sibbie Willcox, Sept. 13, 1912-Sept. 27, 1912

The following is a listing of those gravesites in the Fitzgerald Family Cemetery which have no legible inscriptions. In most instances there are no markings at all. Each of these will be shown as near or adjacent to another gravesite which does have identifying marks.

1.-3. Concrete slab marker; these three markers are near the gravesite of Mary Fitzgerald.

4.-9. Shell or stone head and foot marker; these six markers are near the gravesite of Albert J. Jordan.

10.-12. Concrete block at head & foot marker; these three markers are near the gravesite of Marion B., son of J.B. & Nancy Keen.

 This completes the total enumeration of the gravesites in the Fitzgerald Family Cemetery, Wilcox County, Georgia.

Fisher Cemetery

These cemetery records were originally transcribed and published in The Passing of the Pines: A History of Wilcox County Georgia Volumes I, II and III by authors, Mary Lou L. McDonald and Samuel Jordan Lawson III. These books are copyrighted and we have asked for and received permission to use them on this website. We appreciate their generosity in allowing us to use these records on this web site.

Located on Shackleford farm. Now owned by Cordele Sash and Co. Hwy U.S. # 129, north of Abbeville. Submitted by Bob Nobles, Jr.

People living nearby stated there were three unmarked graves. Mrs. Maud Fisher stated daughter of Alfred K. Fisher is buried in the cemetery. Inf. obtained from Mrs. Maud Fisher, Abbeville.

 

 

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