Marion Cemetery is on County owned right-of-way on property that is owned by George Newsome. Hamilton County Property Appraiser Parcel 3075-015 in Section 36, Twp 1N, Range 13E.
The property was originally part of the Marion Plantation. The Cemetery has a county owned right-of-way accessible from the property of Mr. Shelton Mitchell at 7193 SW CR 158. Note: Shelton Mitchell advised there are more than 60 unmarked slave graves in this cemetery.
From I-75 take Exit 451 onto US Hwy 129 and travel .6 miles and turn right onto CR 158 (SW). Travel CR 158 for 2.7 miles to 7193 SW CR 158 turn into the Mitchell's unpaved drive and travel 1/10 mile turn left to gated entrance and travel unpaved roadway 3/10 mile to cemetery.
Marion Cemetery was first published by Winnie Smith Hodges in Cemeteries of Hamilton County in 1991. On February 3, 2009, accompanied by Mr. Shelton Mitchell, Lesleigh Laite Butts re-surveyed and photographed the cemetery.
|Jones, John Wesley||n/a||1932||No headstone (Buried beside wife Mary Ann per Shelton Mitchell of Jasper) he died in 1932 or 1933 and is buried beside wife Mary Ann Jones|
|Jones, Mary Ann||n/a||22 Feb 1822||'Age 58' (Wife of John Wesley Jones per Shelton Mitchell)|
|Marion, Edward C.||3 Oct 1849||2 Jan 1851||s/s John S. Marion|
|Marion, Eugenia Ann||9 Feb 1823||23 Apr 1879||Wife of N. P. Marion|
|Marion, John S.||4 Mar 1848||2 Jan 1851||s/s Edward C. Marion|
|Marion, John Samuel||27 Sep 1813||15 Jan 1946|
|Marion, Nathaniel P.||19 Feb 1820||20 Mar 1909|
|Marion, Sarah W.||29 Jun 1851||15 Jan 1852|
|McLeod, Ann (Mrs.)||26 Feb 1818||12 Sep 1860|
|McLeod, William P.||n/a||Oct 1868||s/o Margaret McLeod Age 6|
|Reynonds, John C.||15 Feb 1835||13 Aug 1890|
|Reynolds, Matilla J.||16 Sep 1846||1 Jan 1896|
|Florida Death Index/Ancestry.com shows John Wesley Jones, white male, died in Clay County, FL in 1932. re: Florida Death Index|