Macon County


Located off Highway 49 between Marshallville and 
Montezuma, behind grain bins on Roy Peterson, 
Sr.'s dairy farm. Fenced, but grown up.

Dr. Miles C. Harmon, born 5 December 1808 in Cheraw. S.C., 
in 1839, married Lavenia A. Hollinshed, 
and died 29 August 1844 in Macon County, Georgia.
36 year of his age

Ophelia R., infant daughter of Wm.J. & Rebecca Anderson
Died 5 October 1850
Age 12 mos.

William Audus, infant son of Wm.J. & Rebecca Anderson
Died 1 October 1849
Age 19 mos.

Eugene Clark, son of W.J. & R.C. Anderson
5 April 1854 27 March 1856

Edwin, infant son of Wm.J. & R.C. Anderson
22 August 1856 24 June 1857

"Little Fannie", 2nd daughter of E.S. & A.E. Crocker
26 December 1858 27 June 1859

Miles King Lavenia, daughter of M.K. & L.A Harmon
18 March 1845 2 October 1847

Anderson J. Hollinshed
4 June 1820 1 November 1853

Mrs. L.A. Cook, consort of Dr. J.R. Cook
2 July 1816 16 March 1852
(Mrs. Cook was first married to Dr. Miles Harmon)

Recorded by Mrs. Roy Peterson, Sr.




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