Macon County

Located on the Burnam Place, about 1 mile east of Five Points Store, on Hwy 26.
This Cemetery was extracted from The History of Macon County by Hays, from reading done by Mr.
James Chastain Fokes of Byromville, Georgia in 1934.

Martha Horne, wife of J.W.C. Horne
March 1812 January 1836

J.E.J. Horne, son of J.W.C. & M. Horne
20 October 1835 14 February 1850

W.J.C. Horne, son of W.J.C. & S. Horne
10 June 1839 18 February 1850

H.J. Horne, son of W.J.C. & S. Horne
25 January 1849 25 February 1850

Jack Sutton

Hardy Sutton (unmarked)

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