OAK HILL MEMORIAL CEMETERY

Corner of Waugh & Cappes Sts. Across from the library.

DALTON, GEORGIA



This is only a partial listing of this cemetery and is by no means complete. If you would like to submit names, photos or additional information on anyone interred in this cemetery please feel free to click on the email icon at the bottom of this page to contact me.
To view additional information, where available, click on the name of the individual listed. I only have additional information or photos of those individuals who's names are underlined.


NAME DATE OF BIRTHDATE OF DEATH
Cager Barksdale ~ 21 Dec 1907
Anthony Barksdall ~ 23 May 1892
M. H. Black 15 May 1845 20 Aug 1923
Lizzy Bookes 23 Jan 1881 12 Oct 1890
A. Wash Brown 1850 25 Apr 1928
Frank Broyles 12 Jul 1829 27 Dec 1891
Rush Carmichael ~ 17 July 1906
Marshal E. Curry 16 Jul 1851 06 Feb 1917
Roberta Day 20 Mar 1909 13 Aug 1917
Boyd D. Greene 1889 1947
C. D. Greene ~ 17 Jan 1923
Ray S. Henderson 14 Oct 1924 14 Nov 1927
Mandy Hoggins 02 Apr 1832 15 Nov 1907
Daniel Houseworth ~ ~
Malinda Hudson ~ 11 Nov 1890
R. M. Johnson 01 Mar 1865 09 dec 1911
Willie May Johnson ~ ~
W. M. Johnson 10 Oct 1855 22 May 1915
Theresa Greene Littlefield 19 Nov 1880 07 Jan 1925
Thomas Lyons 04 May 1851 05 Jul 1910
C. C. Morris 16 Jan 1881 20 Apr 1929
Jessie Moss 11 Mar 1890 20 Jul 1912
Amy Powell ~ 26 May 1909
Jimmie Seay ~ 11 Nov 1932
Mary L. Seay ~ 18 Aug 1927
Dan Seay ~ 29 Dec 1936
Bettie Smith 1843 1907
Lou Smith 1853 20 Nov 1915
Walter Smith 28 Jun 1895 03 Mar 1913
Caroline Greene Statum 1853 03 Aug 1928
T. B. Stokes ~ 24 Feb 1917
Toney Stokes ~ 15 Mar 1924
Clarence S. Q. Wadley 15 Oct 1905 07 Oct 1907
Harold Stephen Walker 26 Nov 1911 09 Oct 1922
Hillard Walker 01 May 1848 13 Sep 1894
Jerry Wickliffe 1843 1872
Josie Wilburn 10 Jun 1876 12 Apr 1921
Joseph Worth 08 aug 1860 05 Jun 1924
Sarah Worthy 25 Dec 1785 06 Aug 1898

This cemetery was in very bad shape with lots of damage and unkept graves. Several graves with head stones that were broken and damaged so that no information was available.
When I drove by this cemetery on March 27, 2003, I noticed that the weeds had been cut and cleaned away from the broken stones and all the graves had the weeds cleared off of them. From the road I could not tell anything about the broken stones but it looks much better now. On behalf of all our ancestors, I would like to say thank you to the person or persons responsible for getting this taken care of.
THANK YOU!


Any entries not specified otherwise are either my own surveys or have been collected from obituaries.



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