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BRANTLEY COUNTY HISTORICAL AND PRESERVATION SOCIETY

P.O. BOX 1096, Nahunta, Georgia 31553

This page was updated March 14, 2014

LINDA PLANTATION CEMETERY

WEST SHEFFIELD *RS*

The Linda Plantation was settled by West Sheffield (1747-1830), a Revolutionary War Soldier, He was the son of John Sheffield, also a Revolutionary War Soldier.  West Sheffield was married twice; first marriage on December 4, 1775 to Susannah Sherod, born October 11, 1754, and died in 1802.  Mr. Sheffield and his second wife,  Martha Elizabeth Randall, are buried in a private burial ground about one hundred yards north of the old J. F. King residence, six miles south of Atkinson, which is now in Brantley County, also known as the Linda Plantation Cemetery.

 

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elizabeth randall sheffield

 

The Brantley County Historical and Preservation Society, Inc., has published a new "CEMETERIES AND MORE," containing over 11,000 entries, which contains many names for parents and spouses.

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