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Fayetteville City Cemetery     Back to Homepage

Cemetery Located in Fayetteville, Fayette County, Georgia on HWY 54

Surnames starting with "C"

Calloway, Eliza Ann

28 Jun 1862 - 26 Dec 1937

Camp, infant of Dr. & Mrs. R.W.

born & died 13 Jun 1904

*Carlton, Ada

20 Mar 1888 - 14 Mar 1919

"Her end was peace"

*Carlton, Fannie

d. 16 Apr 1914

"How desolate our home bereft of thee"

*Carlton, Jane

d. 5 Mar 1889, age 37 yrs.

"She was a tender mother here. And in her life the Lord did fear."

*Carnes, Mr. Henry L.

8 May 1906 - 25 Aug 1976

"Collier"

*Carnes, Mr. Robert

5 Aug 1960

"Hines"

*Carnes, Veronia R.

19 Sep 1905 - 22 Jun 1975

Cato, James S. (8 Nov 1869 - 4 Aug 1941) &

Alice E. (26 Nov 1873 - 15 Nov 1947)

*Chandler, Emmett

28 Jun 1939 - 30 Aug 1957

*Chapman, George

d. 7 Sep 1907

*Chapman, Hattie M.

11 Aug 1940 - 20 Feb 1971

"Collier"

Brogdon & Chapman Plot

Chapman, John W., Jr. (Chappy)

5 Sep 1910 - 30 Nov 1974

Emblem: "Masonic G"

Chapman, Mary Alma

5 May 1911 - 29 Mar 1912

Chapman, Opal B.

8 Jun 1912 - 28 Jun 1990

"Psalm 23"

Clark, George W.

20 Mar 1836 - 18 Nov 1925

Clark, George W.

2 Mar 1836 - 18 Nov 1925

"Pvt, Co C, 53 GA Inf Reg, Confederate States Army"

Emblem: Southern Cross of Honor

Clark, Martha A. McEachearn, "wife of George W. Clark"

16 Sep 1831 - 16 Sep 1922

Clements, Sarah

1845 - 1881

(Blalock Plot)

*Clemonds, Leotra

17 May 1881 - 3 Feb 1905

"Asleep in Jesus"

*Climpson, Arzalia (30 Aug 1919 - 3 Sep 1988) &

Johnnie (18 Jan 1919 - 6 Dec 1990)

*Climpson, Mr. Johnny Jr. (1 of 2)

24 Feb 1947 - 31 May 1968

"Collier"

*Climpson, Mr. Johnny Jr. (2 of 2)

24 Feb 1947 - 31 May 1968

"Collier"

Cobb, Birtus G. (15 Sep 1896 - 10 Mar 1933) &

Vera (27 Jan 1902 - 30 Sep 1940)

*Coffield, Louie

3 Feb 1913 - 1 Mar 1915

"Only sleeping"

*Cofield, Addie

26 Oct 1911 - 18 Sep 1998

*Cofield, Alexander

10 Aug 1849 - 23 Feb 1898

*Cofield, Mrs. Amelia

"Thornton"

*Cofield, Mr. Arthur W.

23 May 1881 - 22 Nov 1964

*Cofield, Mr. Arthur W.

23 Nov 1964

"Thornton"

*Cofield, Mr. Herman

9 Aug 1905 - 21 Feb 1972

"Collier"

*Cofield, Miss Kate

9 May 1915 - 18 Mar 1964

"Ivey"

*Cofield, Miss Ossie Lee

8 May 1916 - 15 Mar 1969

"Collier"

*Cofield, Mrs. Rosa

24 Nov 1976

"Thornton"

*Cofield, Mrs. Rosa L.

10 Jan 1886 - 24 Nov 1976

*Cofield, Sam (d. 4 Mar 1938) &

Ada (d. 1934)

*Cofield, Mr. Woodrow W.

Oct 1918 - 27 Dec 1964

"Collier & O'Neal"

*Colbert, George William

7 Oct 1937 - 7 Jun 1977

"PFC, US Army, Korea"

*Colclough, Mr. Bruster

26 Dec 1888 - 30 Jan 1972

"Collier"

*Colclough, Carrie E. "Mother"

6 Dec 1919 - 3 Jul 1994

"Forever loved & missed"

Coleman, James F.

1910 - 1948

(Blalock Plot)

Collier, Emma R., “Wife of H.E. Collier”

12 Oct 1870 - 20 Apr 1908

“Though lost to sight to memory dear”

Collier, Charles Ira

2 Feb 1868 - 23 May 1930

Collier, Marion Tarpley

12 Aug 1868 - 1 Apr 1909

*Conally, Minnie L., "wife of J.G. Conally"

19 Mar 1890 - 12 Nov 1913

"Just when we learned to love her most, God called her back to heaven"

Cook, Georgia Eniz

1856 to 19?7

Coppedge, S.C.

11 Jan 1847 - 23 Jun 1923

“Pvt, Co I, 5 GA Inf Reg, Confederate States Army”

Emblem: Southern Cross of Honor

Coppedge, James Theodore

2 Jul 1886 - 5 Apr 1968

Coppedge, Lou, “Wife of C.S. Coppedge”

28 Jul 1847 - 9 Aug 1910

**Long inscription below.

*Coppedge, Mildred G.

1916 - 19 Jan 1966

"Asleep in Jesus"

Coppedge, S.C.

11 Jan 1847 - 23 Jun 1923

“His toils are past, his work is done, he fought the fight the victory won.”

**Note below.

*Crawford, Ollie (Mollie?) "wife of W.M."

Crawley, Caroline D.

1843 - 1922

(Blalock Plot)

Crawley, Earnest M., “Son of R.L. & C.D. Crawley”

1865 - 1877

(Blalock Plot)

Creel, Addie Eliza Wallis “In memory of Addie Eliza Wallis wife of Geo. Creel”

1 Jan 1840 - 6 Oct 1900

“Erected by relatives & friends”

*Cross, Clifford Odom

20 Aug 1904 - 22 Sep 1992

Culpepper & Greer Plot

Culpepper, Elizabeth Mae

Culpepper, James Wesley

1870 - 1954

Culpepper, Sarah Taylor

1873 - 1948

 

* (Pictures from the "Black Section" of the cemetery)

 

NOT PICTURED:

*Carlton, John Rufus

Cato, Inf s/o T.A. and F.M. Cato, b&d 8/24/1897, 5 hours

 

**Transcription from the tombstone of Lou Coppedge: “There are thoughts that never perish, Bright, unfading, through long years, So thy memory we cherish, Shrined in hope, embalmed in tears.”

**Note for the tombstones of S.C. Coppedge: His military marker lists his name as "C.S. Coppedge."  His wife's stone also lists him as "C.S."  Only his original stone lists his name as S.C."

 

 

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