Hodges Cemetery


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Erika Bragg
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Drive approx. 4 miles up Old Dixie Hwy, turn left onto Turkey Branch Road.
The Hodges family cemetery is located across from Turkey Branch United Methodist Church.
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Joyner double stone
Alfred W. Joyner Sarah E. Joyner
June 19, 1850 June 9, 1851
Sept. 21, 1929 Aug 11, 1932
Footstone: Mother

Minnie S. Clark
June 9, 1884
June 2, 1973

Goodhall double stone
James Henry Goodhall Tencher Joyner Goodhall
Mar 16, 1881 Dec 8, 1888
Jan 4, 1961 Dec 24, 1979
Foot: Father Foot: Mother

Hodges double stone
Beulah Seckinger Walter J. Hodges
June 25, 1888 Sept 14, 1879
Sept 27, 1968 June 25, 1941
"Gone but not forgotten."

William H. Hodges
July 22, 1844
Oct 4, 1927
(He was a Civil War veteran. The letters "C.V." are in a wreath on his stone.)

Sarah A. Hodges
Sept 18, 1844
May 17, 1916
"Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord."

Lavinia (Hodges) Wyles
born Dec. 25, 1828
died Nov. 23, 1888
"She was too good and too gentle to dwell
in this cold world."
Footstone: L. W.

J. M. Joyner
My Dear Son
Feb 15, 1880
Feb 20, 1887
At Rest

Infant Hodges

Infant Hodges

Infant Hodges

Next are 3 graves marked only with green plaques. They were formerly marked with old and decayed wooden crosses.

Joseph S. Panell
died Oct 30, 1908
Aged 50 yrs
"With long life will I satisfy him and show
him My salvation."

Laura Wyles Panell
Feb 5, 1852
Aug 23, 1946

Wyles double stone
Joseph Mack Susie Flake
1856-1939 1860-1930
Foot: Father Foot: Mother

Sidney Wyles
1897-1927
Foot: Son

Gazzie Wyles
1884-1907
Foot: Son

Youmans double stone
Hattie G. Wyles Benjamin F. Youmans
Mar 18, 1888 Mar 29, 1883
July 19, 1945 Oct 29, 1960

Infant son of B.F. & H.G. Youmans
Oct 2, 1910
Oct 11, 1910

Hodges double stone
James Allen Sr. Joanne L. "Jo"
Aug 24, 1941 Aug 9, 1933

Willie M Wyles
July 4, 1896
June 18, 1938
"He was the sunshine of our home."
Foot: Husband

Hodges double stone
LaGrand "Preacher" Vivian S.
October 22, 1919 December 13, 1919
May 2, 1997
Foot: (Mason symbol) 50 years
Springfield Lodge No. 440
May 1, 1947-May 1, 1997
Coping: Daddy Coping: Mama
On the back:
Our children
David Lavern Vivian Irene
Harry James Carey Grant
Ted Littleton Glynda Kay

William Paul Hodges
Oct 27, 1908
July 14, 1976
Footstone: William Paul Hodges
U.S. Navy World War II

Hodges double stone
Lawrence Bartley Carrie Smith
June 22, 1882 June 19, 1881
July 17, 1964 May 2, 1974
Foot:Father Foot: Mother

Screws double stone
George Edward Maude Virginia
Sept 10, 1925 Jan 14, 1922
July 10, 2002
"Gone But Not Forgotten"

Lawrence Eugene Hodges
Aug 1, 1930
Aug 24, 1981
"Gone But Not Forgotten"
Footstone: Lawrence Eugene Hodges
PFC US Army Korea

John Wesley McCullough
US Navy
Mar 21, 1939
July 21, 1990

Regina Lynn McCullough
June 8, 1971

Lester A. Weaver
July 24, 1946
Apr 2, 1994

Christopher Eugene Kinchen
Nov 22, 1965

Crosby double stone
Charles Reginald Sharon Adams
Oct 19, 1939 Mar 17, 1945
Feb 12, 1998
"Gone to be with the angels"

Crosby double stone
Joseph W. Gussie L. (Hodges)
Sept 20, 1903 Sept 24, 1905
Dec 4, 1966 July 19, 1995
"Gone But Not Forgotten"
Foot: Father Foot: Mother

Two Infant Sons of Mr. & Mrs. J.W. Crosby

Ernest Eugene Crosby
May 2, 1930
May 6, 1930

Jessie J. Crosby
died Sept 13, 1950
at age of 80

Homer L. Adams
Georgia Pvt Co. C 321 Inf.
81 Inf. Div. World War II
July 5, 1921
November 5, 1968

Ellis Barot Weaver, Jr.
April 7, 1930
May 17, 1990
"Gone, but not forgotten."

Weaver double stone
Ellis B. Rosa Hodges
Mar 15, 1907 May 18, 1907
Feb 22, 1930 Apr 12, 2001
"At Rest"
Foot: He has gone to the mansions of rest

Infant son of Mr. & Mrs. E.B. Weaver
July 22, 1926
July 24, 1926

The Infant Sons of
Mr. & Mrs. T.W. Altman

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