Old White Plains Church Cemetery

From Fayetteville - Hwy 85 S to Hwy 92 S to Antioch Road, right on Antioch Road, left on Old Highway 92 (dirt). Cemetery is on the left in the woods - there is a break in the fencing for pasture which surrounds it.

These are photographs I took when visiting this cemetery around 2000, the visit was cut short by swarming yellow jackets and therefore, I was unable to document any information on these tombstones.  If you know who any of the ones marked as Unknown belong to, please let me know.  As you can see, this cemetery is very overgrown and has had much damage done to the tombstones.  I hope to visit here again this fall or winter, when the growth will be down and hopefully, the yellow jackets will be dead or wintering!!

Overview of cemetery from road taken & submitted by Maureen Keillor in July 2008

Old Hwy 92

 

Thomas Jones

b. 24 Jan 1809

d. 18 Mar 1890

Thomas Jones was the son of William Jones, Sr., a Revolutionary War Soldier who died in Jasper County, GA. & Amelia Heard Patterson. 

This photo was shared by Wynelle Chaney Holden, a descendant of Thomas Jones

Elizabeth Miller

b.  20 Jul 1822

d. 25 Feb 1898

Nathaniel Miller

b. 17 Mar 1818

d. 22 Mar 1883

Allison Miller wife of W. T. Miller

b. 26 Aug 1856

d. 21 Dec 1899

John R. Smarr

b. 29 Nov 1841

d. 06 Dec 1881

Masonic Emblem

CSA Marker

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