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Oakland Cemetery, Atlanta, Fulton, Georgia, United States

 Thumb Description Status Location Name (Died/Buried)
Arnold Broyles
Arnold Broyles
(1866 - 1949) 
Located    Arnold BROYLES (d. 29 Jun 1949)
 
Brown Family Gravestones
Brown Family Gravestones
In the foreground is the grave of Joseph Mackey Brown, twice Governor of Georgia. To the left is the grave of his father, Joseph Emerson Brown, who held many offices, among them: Governor of Georgia, Chief Justice of the Georgia Supreme Court, Member of the Georgia Senate, and Member of the United States Senate from Georgia. Behind Joseph's gravestone is that of his sister, Sally Eugenia Brown,  
Located    Joseph Emerson BROWN, Sr. (d. 30 Nov 1894)
Joseph Mackey BROWN (d. 3 Mar 1932)
Sally Eugenia BROWN (d. 17 Jan 1942)
 
Cora McCord Brown
Cora McCord Brown
1859 - 1922 
Located    Cora Annie MCCORD (d. 21 Oct 1922)
 
Dr. Aaron Pleasant Brown
Dr. Aaron Pleasant Brown
1832 - 1891 
Located    Aaron Pleasant BROWN, M.D. (d. 23 Aug 1891)
 
Edwin Nash Broyles
Edwin Nash Broyles
(1829 - 1897) 
Located    Col. Edwin Nash BROYLES (d. 13 Feb 1897)
 
Elijah A Brown, Jr.
Elijah A Brown, Jr.
1896 - 1968 
Located    Elijah A BROWN, Jr. (d. 22 Feb 1968)
 
Elizabeth Douglas ARNOLD Broyles
Elizabeth Douglas ARNOLD Broyles
(1838 - 1883) 
Located    Elizabeth Douglas ARNOLD (d. 10 Oct 1883)
 
Elizabeth Grisham Brown
Elizabeth Grisham Brown
1826 - 1896 Wife of Joseph Emerson Brown, Former Governor of Georgia and U. S. Senator. 
Located    Elizabeth GRISHAM (d. 26 Dec 1896)
 
Elizabeth Grisham Brown
Elizabeth Grisham Brown
1826 - 1896 Wife of Joseph Emerson Brown, Former Governor of Georgia and U. S. Senator. 
Located    Elizabeth GRISHAM (d. 26 Dec 1896)
 
Elizabeth Grisham Brown
Elizabeth Grisham Brown
1876 - 1877 Daughter of Julius L. and Frances Brown  
Located    Elizabeth Grisham BROWN (d. 7 Jun 1877)
 
Franklin Pierce Brown
Franklin Pierce Brown
1853 - 1871 Son of Joseph Emerson Brown, Sr. and Elizabeth Grisham Brown 
Located    Franklin Pierce BROWN (d. 16 Dec 1871)
 
Harriet Elizabeth Johnson Brown
Harriet Elizabeth Johnson Brown
1869 - 1951 Second wife of Elijah A. Brown 
Located    Harriet Elizabeth JOHNSON (d. 17 Nov 1951)
 
Harriet Law McBride Brown
Harriet Law McBride Brown
1869 - 1896 
Located    Harriet Law MCBRIDE (d. 18 Dec 1896)
 
Joseph Emerson Brown and his wife, Elizabeth Grisham Brown.
Joseph Emerson Brown and his wife, Elizabeth Grisham Brown.
Joseph's grave stone is the brown one on the left, and Elizabeth's is the tall grey one on the right. 
Located    Joseph Emerson BROWN, Sr. (d. 30 Nov 1894)
Elizabeth GRISHAM (d. 26 Dec 1896)
 
Joseph Mackey Brown
Joseph Mackey Brown
1851 - 1932 Twice Governor of Georgia 
Located    Joseph Mackey BROWN (d. 3 Mar 1932)
 
Sally Eugenia Brown
Sally Eugenia Brown
1862 - 1942 Daughter of Joseph Emerson Brown and Elizabeth Grisham Brown 
Located    Sally Eugenia BROWN (d. 17 Jan 1942)
 


Westview Cemetery, Atlanta, Fulton Co., Georgia, United States

 Thumb Description Status Location Name (Died/Buried)
Anton Francis Solms, Sr.
Anton Francis Solms, Sr.
(1858 - 1901) Husband of Emma Rheinhart Pfeffer Solms 
Located  Section 9, Lot 33  Anton Francis SOLMS (d. 22 Jul 1901)
 
Emma Rheinhart Pfeffer Solms
Emma Rheinhart Pfeffer Solms
(1865 - 1951) Wife of Anton Francis Solms, Sr. Emma is buried next to Anton. No marker per Cemetery office, but Lisa, who took this picture, added yellow flowers where she should be buried. 
  Section 9, Lot 33  Emma Rheinhart PFEFFER (d. 23 Jan 1951)
 


Sumach Cumberland Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Crandall, Murray Co., Georgia, United States

 Thumb Description Status Location Name (Died/Buried)
Florence Edna Broyles
Florence Edna Broyles
1846 - 1857 Daughter of Aaron Richard Broyles and Martha Brown Broyles 
Located    Florence Edna BROYLES (d. 9 Oct 1857)
 
Florence Edna Broyles
Florence Edna Broyles
1846 - 1857 
Located    Florence Edna BROYLES (d. 9 Oct 1857)
 
Lucinda Nash Broyles
Lucinda Nash Broyles
Her husband, Major Cain Broyles is buried in the Shady Grove Cemetery in Belton, Anderson County, South Carolina. 
Located    Lucinda NASH (d. 31 Oct 1868)
 
Lucinda Nash Broyles
Lucinda Nash Broyles
This shows the obelisk marking her grave. There is another picture that shows the inscription.  
Located    Lucinda NASH (d. 31 Oct 1868)
 
Marcellus Franklin Broyles
Marcellus Franklin Broyles
Marcellus Franklin Broyles - Enlisted 3/4/1862, Captured at Fox's Gap, Md 9/14/1862, Exchanged 10/2/1862, Captured at Gettysburg 7/2/1863, Sent to Chester, Pa hospital from Fort Delaware 7/19/1863 indicating that he may have been wounded, Sent to Point Lookout 10/4/1863, We know he was exchanged in early 1864 because he shows up on a Confederate clothing receipt record with the notation "par(oled) ex(changed) pris(oner), Killed in Action 5/6/1864 at the Wilderness, Brother of Walter Long Broyles, Born 7/16/1837 in Anderson District, SC to Major Cain and Lucinda Nash Broyles 
Located    Marcellus Franklin BROYLES (d. 6 May 1864)
 
Walter Long Broyles
Walter Long Broyles
1832 - 1862 Walter Long Broyles - Enlisted 6/19/1861, Died 11/13/1862 at Crumpton's Factory Hospital, Lynchburg, Va of pneumonia, Buried in Lynchburg City Cemetery but later removed (name shown in cemetery records as W L Boiles), Brother of Marcellus Franklin Broyles, Born 7/25/1832 in Greene County, Ga to Major Cain and Lucinda Nash Broyles 
Located    Walter Long BROYLES (d. 13 Nov 1862)
 


Georgetown Cemetery, Georgetown, Quitman Co., Georgia, United States

 Thumb Description Status Location Name (Died/Buried)
Drewry M. Davidson
Drewry M. Davidson
(1820/2 - 1889) Husband of Mary Elizabeth Moore Davidson 
Located    Drewry May DAVIDSON (d. 13 Jan 1889)
 
Mary Elizabeth Moore Davidson
Mary Elizabeth Moore Davidson
(1821 - 1894) Wife of Drewry M. Davidson 
Located    Mary Elizabeth MOORE (d. 28 Jun 1894)
 


Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Cohutta, Whitfield Co., Georgia, United States

 Thumb Description Status Location Name (Died/Buried)
Eugene Terrill Kingsley (1842 - 1861)
Eugene Terrill Kingsley (1842 - 1861)
Somewhere during the march to Meadow Bluff or possibly on the move forward to Sewell Mountain, West Virginia, Private Eugene Kingsley came down with typhoid fever and was placed in a Meadow Bluff home that had been converted into an impromptu hospital. It was there on October 9th, 1861, the day after his 19th birthday that Eugene Kingsley passed away. It is believed that his family made arrangements to ship Eugene's remains back to Georgia where his brother and sister buried him beneath an impressive monument at Cohutta. The monument is inscribed "To the memory of Eugene T Kingsley who died in the service of his country in West Va the 9th day of 1861, Aged 19 years and 1 day.  
Located    Eugene Terrill KINGSLEY (d. 9 Oct 1861)
 

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