Cemeteries I Have Visited

Here’s a list of Georgia cemeteries I have visited:

  • Anderson Family Cemetery
  • Andersonville National Cemetery
  • Arlington Memorial Park
  • Bethel Community Cemetery
  • Braden Family Cemetery
  • Bonaventure Cemetery
  • Braden Family Cemetery
  • Camp Creek Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery
  • Casey’s Hill Cemetery
  • Colonial Cemetery
  • Crestlawn Cemetery
  • Cumming City Cemetery
  • Dabney-Schumate Cemetery
  • Decatur Cemetery
  • Double Springs Church Cemetery
  • Duluth City Cemetery
  • Eastview Cemetery
  • Ebenezer Primitive Baptist Church
  • Eidson Cemetery
  • Fairview Presbyterian Church
  • Fayetteville City Cemetery
  • Fellowship Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery
  • Greenwood Cemetery
  • Harmony Grove Methodist Church Cemetery
  • Indian Creek Cemetery
  • Johns Creek Baptist Church Cemetery
  • Laurel Grove Cemetery North
  • Laurel Grove Cemetery South
  • Levi Sheftall Family Cemetery
  • Lithonia City Cemetery
  • McClung Cemetery
  • Magnolia Cemetery (Atlanta and Augusta)
  • Mordecai Sheftall Cemetery (Old Jewish Burial Ground)
  • Mount Paran Baptist Church Cemetery
  • Mount Pleasant Cemetery
  • Mountainview Baptist Church Cemetery
  • Myrtle Hill Cemetery
  • New Hope Cemetery
  • Norcross City Cemetery
  • Oak Grove Methodist Church Cemetery
  • Oak Rest Pet Gardens
  • Oakland Cemetery
  • Paynes Chapel Cemetery
  • Peachtree Memorial Park
  • Peachtree Road Baptist Church Cemetery
  • Pet Heaven Memorial Park
  • Phillips (Davis) Family Cemetery
  • Pleasant Hill Baptist Church Cemetery
  • Pounds Family Cemetery
  • Prospect Methodist Church Cemetery
  • Prosperity Cemetery
  • Providence Baptist Church Cemetery
  • Rehoboth Cemetery
  • Riverview Cemetery
  • Rogers Cemetery
  • Rogers-Bell Cemetery
  • Sharon Baptist Church Cemetery
  • South View Cemetery
  • St. Johannes Lutheran Church Cemetery
  • Stephen Martin Cemetery
  • Sugar Hill Baptist Church Cemetery
  • Sylvester Cemetery
  • Tybee Island Memorial Park Cemetery
  • Turner Hill Baptist Church Cemetery
  • Washington Memorial Gardens
  • Westview Cemetery
  • Wesley Chapel Methodist Church Cemetery
  • Winters Chapel Methodist Church Cemetery
  • Woodall Cemetery
  • Wright Cemetery

Here’s a list of cemeteries I have visited in other states:

  • Bethel United Methodist Church Cemetery (South Carolina)
  • Blair Cemetery (Nebraska)
  • Bohemian National Cemetery (Illinois)
  • Calvary Cemetery (Kansas)
  • Calvary Cemetery (Ohio)
  • Calvary Catholic Cemetery (Tennessee)
  • Circular Congregational Church Graveyard (South Carolina)
  • Danish Cemetery (Nebraska)
  • David’s Cemetery (Ohio)
  • Emerts Cove Cemetery (Tennessee)
  • Fairview Cemetery (Iowa)
  • Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Nebraska)
  • Forest Home Cemetery (Illinois)
  • French Huguenot Church (South Carolina)
  • Graceland Cemetery (Illinois)
  • Granary Burying Grounds (Massachusetts)
  • Greenwood Cemetery (Nebraska)
  • Greenwood Cemetery (York, Nebraska)
  • Hepzibah Baptist Church Cemetery (Alabama)
  • Hubbard Family Cemetery (Alabama)
  • Kennard Cemetery (Nebraska)
  • Lincoln Cemetery (Kansas)
  • Largo Municipal Cemetery (Florida)
  • Magnolia Cemetery (South Carolina)
  • Mount Saint Mary’s Cemetery (Kansas)
  • Mt. Carmel Catholic Cemetery (Illinois)
  • Mt. Morah Cemetery (Missouri)
  • Mt. Olivet Cemetery (Tennessee)
  • Nashville City Cemetery (Tennessee)
  • Neaves United Methodist Church Cemetery (Kentucky)
  • Old Greencastle Cemetery (Ohio)
  • Pleasant Forest Cemetery (Tennessee)
  • Pythian Grove Cemetery (Kentucky)
  • Rosehill Cemetery (Illinois)
  • Riverside Cemetery (Kentucky)
  • St. John’s Evangelical Lutheran Church (Nebraska)
  • St. Philip’s Church (South Carolina)
  • Shepherd Community Cemetery (Tennessee)
  • Spring Grove Cemetery (Ohio)
  • Stones River National Cemetery (Tennessee)
  • Sunrise Cemetery (Nebraska)
  • Tennessee State Veterans Cemetery (Tennessee)
  • Union Hill Cemetery (Kansas)
  • Unitarian Church of Charleston (South Carolina)
  • Wisner Cemetery
  • Woodland Cemetery and Arboretum (Ohio)
  • Wyuka Cemetery (Nebraska)

14 thoughts on “Cemeteries I Have Visited”

  1. MK Snow Smith said:

    I just found this site through my daughter-in-law. Thank you for the time and energy of putting this together.

  2. I enjoy your posts. What’s up for 2014? I vote for Hollywood in Richmond, Virginia, Woodlawn in the Bronx, New York, and Forest Lawn in Glendale, California.

  3. Just found your blog & love it!
    I really hope you manage to make it over to the coast to visit Oak Grove in St Mary’s. I went there years ago and it left such an impression that I want to go back!

  4. The Evergreen Cemetary in Perry, GA is worth the trip. It is full of weeping willows, old unmarked graves, and plots from the early 1800’s. It is right off of Carrol St, which has many great shops, boutiques, and local eateries as well.

    And of course…look up the Rose Hill Cemetary in Macon.

    I love your site!

    • Thank you for the tip! I have had Rose Hill on my list for quite some time but I didn’t know about Evergreen. I’ll have to make a trip to Perry soon to take a look, it sounds lovely.

      So glad you enjoy the blog, too!

      • Rose Hill is one of my favorites. I think it is overlooked. I’ve also just started visiting South View in Atlanta.

      • I’ve been wanting to visit Rose Hill for months but just haven’t had a chance. Same goes for South View. There is so much history at South View that people have no idea is there. Now that it is starting to cool down some more, I hope to get down there and check them out.

      • The mention of Perry, caught my eye as that’s my hometown. I only wish I had this thirst to research and visit cemeteries when I lived there. My next home visit will def have me visiting Evergreen…. for the first time.

  5. I have quite a few cemetery photos from NC if you are interested. Send me a message on fb if you want to see them.

  6. Hi, I’m french and i also take pictures in cemeturies. I can’t stop thinking that the Pere Lachaise Cemetery in Paris would be the place for you to take pictures in, you’d love it ! So many beautiful gaves of unknowned and famous people. I’m sorry i can’t finance your flight tickets 😉 By the way, I like your website 🙂

  7. if you’re ever near New Haven, Ct., we have Grove St. cem where Noah Webster, Glen Miller, Eli Whitney are buried. It’s an awesome old cemetery, right behind Yale College, to walk through. The best cemetery that impressed me was a mostly Irish Cem. here called St. Bernadette’s – when I began finding what town in Ireland that the deceased was from, written on their gravestones…. I just wished my ancestors were buried there. Imagine going to a cemetery and finding that information. I have a blog post on that cemetery on my Blog.

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