Fayetteville City Cemetery     Back to Homepage

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

Surnames starting with "G"

*Garland, Heyward Eldon "son of M.G. and Adella Garland"

7/14/1905 to 9/3/1906

Garrison, Flemon Jones

1/4/1867 to 2/13/1945

Garrison, infant children of E.J. & N.A. Garrison

Garrison, John Albert

7/4/1892 to 4/2/1893

(This inscription is on the back of the stone reading "infant children of F.J. & N.A. Garrison.")

Garrison, Nora Henderson

5/18/1872 to 12/18/1928

Gay, Carrie

2 Feb 1840 - 22 Oct 1924

Gay, Everette Moor

14 Jan 1908 - 4 July 1920

Gay, John Robert

22 Sept 1872 - 22 Oct 1947

Gay, Pearl Murphy

28 May 1883 - 5 July 1961

Gay, Sanford

18 Aug 1840 - 9 Jan 1911

Gay, Sanford

18 Aug 1840 - 9 Jan 1911

"Pvt, Co D, 19 GA Inf, Confederate States Army"

Emblem: Southern Cross of Honor

Gay, Thomas Richard

31 July 1877 - 13 Sept 1939

Gibson, Charles R., “Son of J.P. & Elizabeth Gibson”

7 Nov 1883 to 27 July 1906

**Long inscription below

Gibson, Charles R., “Son of J.P. & Elizabeth Gibson” (2 of 2)

7 Nov 1883 to 27 July 1906

Gibson, Daniel Earl

7 May 1908 to 26 July 1976

Gibson, Elizabeth, “Wife of J.P. Gibson”

18 July 1859 to 29 Nov 1912

**Long inscription below.

Gibson, John P.

18 Jan 1850 to 17 Mar 1925

“At rest.”

Gilbert, Mrs. Ann E., "Wife of John J. Gilbert"

11/8/1837 to 3/31/1886

Gilbert, B. Blakely

1863 - 1960

*Gilbert, Mrs. Chaney F.

11/17/1881 to 2/14/1966

"Collier & ONeal"

Gilbert, Joel G.

1861 - 1888

Gilbert, John Calvin (1856 - 1935) &

Mary Etta (1861 - 1943)

 

 

Gilbert, John J.

9/30/1825 to 7/22/1906

"Lieut, Fayette Co, GA Militia, Confederate States Army"

Emblem: Southern Cross of Honor

 

Gilbert, John J.

9/30/1825 to 7/22/1906

"Our Father", "He died as he lived, a Christian"

 

Gilbert, L.W.

10/29/1868 to 6/10/1893

"Asleep in Jesus blessed thought"

Gilbert, Levi M.

1832 - 1906

"Pvt, Co H, 1 Engr Troops, Confederate States Army"

Emblem: Southern Cross of Honor

Gilbert, M.E.

8/6/1859 to 7/4/1889

**Long inscription below

Gilbert, Mrs. Mollie, "Wife of John J. Gilbert"

6/17/1845 to 6/17/1930

Gilbert, Rosie J.

1839 - 1921

Gilbert, Sussanah F.

1859 - 1937

Gilbert, Tobitha E.

1866 - 1928

Gilbert, Tobitha Matthews

9/21/1802 to 4/26/1888

Gilbert, William L.

10/24/1873 to 9/18/1957

*Glass, Andrew, "Son of S.G. and M.G. Glass"

9/22/1890 to 12/26/1916

*Glass, Celia, "Wife of Frank Glass"

1/29/1857 to 6/10/1912

*Glass, Charlie

Date covered: death date month ends with a "Y" and the day of the month is a "7"

"Ivey"

*Glass, Fred G.

8/16/1908 to 1/23/1957

"STM1 USNR World War II"

*Glass, Mr. Harvey D.

12/28/1938

*Glass, Lorenzo Houston

4/16/1913 to 5/31/1964

"TEC 5 HQ CO 3 BN 371 Infantry World War II"

*Glass, Manson M.

3/23/1889 to 1/15/1918

*Glass, Manson M. (headstone)

2/22/1918 to 2/17/1980

"TEC 4 US Army World War II"

*Glass, Mr. Manson M. (footstone)

d. 2/16/1980

"Haugabrooks"

*Glass, Mary

4/4/1937

(I can't read what's written in the middle)

*Glass, Melvin C. (Jack)

11/14/1910 to 8/5/2004

*Glass, Missouri Paul

10/23/1885 to 3/25/1973

"Asleep in Jesus"

(Name & dates according to earlier inventory-possibly an older stone?)

*Glass, Nancy Jackson

9/7/1887 to 4/23/1926

"A tender mother and a faithful friend"

*Glass, Orange

6/12/1840 to 3/6/1916

"Safe in the arms of Jesus"

*Glass, Roxie

8/2/1966

*Glass, Vinnie, Howard, & Rindey

*Glass, Mr. Walter F.

1/9/1927

Glower, B.B. (5/1/1866 to 9/22/1887) &

Miss R.C. (4/19/1856 to 7/7/1891) &

Mrs. L.L. Glower Adams (8/30/1858 to 8/18/1891)

Glower, B.B.

5/1/1866 to 9/22/1887

"In memory of," "Blessed sleep"

Glower, Mrs. Mary Parrott, "wife of Wm. T. Glower"

2/15/1837 to 2/15/1918

"In memory of," "At rest"

Glower, Mrs. N.S., "Consort of W.T. Glower"

9/27/1827 to 3/15/1878

Glower, Mrs. Nancy S., "Consort of W.T. Glower"

9/27/1827 to 3/15/1878

"Sacred to the memory of," "Peace unto her remains"

Glower, Miss R.C.

4/19/1856 to 7/7/1891

"Sacred to the memory of," "Peace to her"

Glower, Wm. T.

6/20/1831 to 3/25/1914

Emblem: "Masonic G"

**Long inscription below

Glower, Wm. T.

"Age 88 yrs."

Glower, William Thornton

6/20/1831 to 3/25/1914

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

Emblem: Southern Cross of Honor

Glower, Mrs. Zada Mercer, "Consort of Abel Glower"

8/9/1809 to 4/24/1894

"Mother of W.T. Glower" (according to earlier inventory)

Godfrey, Hoke S.

30 June 1906 to 19 Aug 1941

"In memory"

Godfrey, Janice Buren

24 Apr 1934 to 13 Dec 1952

"In memory", "She was the sunshine of our home"

Godfrey, Ruby J.

29 Mar 1910 to 26 Aug 1983

"In memory"

Godwin & Purser Plot

Godwin, Betty Purser

Godwin, Harold Eugene

17 Sept 1930 to 17 May 1980

Emblem: “Masonic G”

*Goode, Maceo Cyrene

3/17/1916 to 10/10/1976

"Pvt, US Army, World War II"

*Goodson, Cherrie A.

5/12/1899 to 9/15/1978

*Goodson, Leatha L.

7/12/1917 to 11/8/1984

*Goodson, M.G.

10/13/1897 to 11/27/1960

"Banks"

*Goodson, Mr. M.G.

*Goodson, Richard A.

1929 - 1973

"PFC US Army"

*Goodson, Mr. Willie Buster

3/10/1916 to 4/26/1966

"Collier & O'Neal"

*Goodson, Willie J.

7/10/1942 to 5/9/1984

Graham, James H.

12/27/1819 to 8/13/1898

"Capt. Co. H 4th GA Cavalry"

Graham, Joseph Wilber

4/28/1846 to 9/13/1918

"Pvt, Co H, 4 GA Cav, Confederate States Army"

Emblem: Southern Cross of Honor

Graham, Mary Lou

5/10/1889 to 2/21/1983

Graham, Miriam Karen (7/26/1850 to 5/20/1930) &

Jos. Wilber (4/28/1846 to 9/13/1918)

**Long inscription below

Graham, Sallie Kate

29 June 1883 to 5 Jan 1892

*Grancer, Mrs. Burks Love

2/21/1977

"Cox"

Graves Plot

*Graves, Buris Bennett

1907 - 1957

Graves, Carl S.

10 Nov 1883 to 2 Apr 1959

*Graves, Miss Carolyn Diane

3/12/1950 to 7/29/1966

"Banks"

Graves, Charles Everette

10/12/1922 to 9/30/2003

Graves, "Father" Charlie M. (3/18/1886 to 1/27/1969) &

"Mother" Eugenia M. (10/9/1891 to 1/13/1969)

*Graves, Doctor (1838-1906) &

Mary (1840-1923)

Graves, Esther H.

28 Aug 1900 to 13 May 1991

*Graves, Etta B.

4/14/1967

"Thornton"

*Graves, Frank

12/17/1905 to 1/1/1965

*Graves, Harrold "Infant son of Mr. & Mrs. D.W. Graves"

born & died 6/26/1917

*Graves, Mr. Henry

12/29/1908 to 1/23/1948

Graves, Ider Irena, "Dau. of J.L. & P.A. Graves"

6/17/1873 to 4/13/1878

"Sacred to the memory of"

Graves, James

1800 to 3/3/1880

"Sacred to the memory of" (Note: Long poem I can't read.)

Graves, James M. "son of J.L. & Sallie Graves"

died 10/3/1890, aged 1yr & 5das

"A little time on Earth he spent, Till God for him His angel sent."

Graves, James Minton

8/18/1927 to 4/29/2002

Graves, Jasper L.

11/14/1838 to 8/17/1895

"Pvt, Co I, 10 GA Inf, Confederate States Army"

Emblem:Southern Cross of Honor

*Graves, Mr. Jerry

12/17/1872 to 1/20/1940

Graves, Joseph

10/19/1881 to 10/27/1901

**Long inscription below

Graves, Joseph L.

8/17/1855 to 4/17/1906

"Love, Life, Truth", "Earth hath no sorrow that Heaven cannot heal"

Graves, Judge Julius (2/10/1877 6/23/1964) &

Myrtie Bird (6/17/1889 to 9/7/1966)

Graves, Lizzie Clyde

7/18/1878 to 9/10/1947

*Graves, Louisa

1873 - 1908

Graves, Maggie

30 Nov 1880 to 23 July 1977

Graves, Mary

8/19/1808 to 1/9/1896

"As a wife, devoted. As a mother, affectionate. As a friend, ever kind and true."

Graves, Mary C.

23 Sept 1876 to 14 Oct 1970

Graves, Minnie Viola Williamson, "Mother"

21 Oct 1877 to 9 Jan 1975

"Faithful Long-suffering"

Graves, Naomi A.

20 Feb 1868 to 13 Nov 1959

Graves, Pellie A. (6/20/1847 to 12/26/1918) &

Jasper L. (11/14/1888 to 8/17/1895)

*Graves, Richard, "son of J.Y. and Etta Graves"

10/2/1897 to 6/26/1920

Graves, Sallie, "Wife of Jos. L. Graves"

died 12/6/1899, aged 51 yrs 3 mos 2 days

"Weep not, she is not dead, but sleepeth Luke viii, 52"

Graves, Dr. W.H.

8/25/1874 to 10/2/1903

**Long inscription below

Graves, William Oscar

28 Mar 1870 to 28 Jan 1945

Graves, Wyley L., "Father"

11 Nov 1862 to 7 Sept 1935

"He Hath Done What He Could"

Gray, Ida Frank

Gray, infant dau. of J.Z. & Ida

born and died 10/27/1883

Gray, James Zacariah

Gray, John W. (13 Jan 1852 to 6 July 1911) &

Nancy McElroy (18 Nov 1856 to 1 May 1926)

Gray, John W. “God gave – He took – He will restore – He doeth all things well.” &

Nancy McElroy “She was a true friend And a cheerful giver”

Gray, Thomas P.

17 July 1823 to 7 Aug 1900

“In memory of”

**Long inscription below.

Gray, Thomas P.

17 July 1823 to 7 Aug 1900

“Pvt, Co H, 66 GA Inf Regt, Confederate States Army”

Emblem: Southern Cross of Honor

Culpepper & Greer Plot

Greer, Sarah Katherine Culpepper

1972

Greer, William Everett

15 Sept 1900 - 13 May 1958

Griffith, James D. "Father"

7/17/1878 to 9/17/1958

Griffith, Maude Gaddy "Mother", "Wife of J.D. Griffith"

12/9/1878 to 12/19/1930

Griggs, Harriet Lee (21 Feb 1867 to 21 May 1946) &

Pauletta (21 May 1869 to 20 May 1962)

Griggs, Lewis B.

21 Sept 1833 to 8 Oct 1906

Griggs, Lewis B.

21 Sept 1833 to 8 Oct 1906

“2 Lieut, Co I, 10 GA Inf Reg, Confederate States Army”

Emblem: Southern Cross of Honor

Griggs, Martha B.

20 May 1834 to 4 Sept 1916

Griggs, Martha B. footstone

initials: M.T.G.

Guy, Col. Alfred H.

21 Sept 1911

Guy, G.H., Sr. (27 Oct 1869 to 20 Aug 1964) &

Eula L. (14 Apr 1872 to 31 Mar 1958)

Guy, George H., Jr.

28 July 1906 to 28 Apr 1954

Guy, James

1794 to 11/17/1881

Guy, J.C. "Father" (3/8/1838 to 1/1/1923) &

Joanna Howard "Mother" (1/18/1846 to 11/8/1926)

**Long inscription below

Guy, John C.

3/8/1838 to 1/1/1923

"Pvt, Co D, 46 GA Inf, Confederate States Army"

Emblem: Southern Cross of Honor

Guy, Jonnie B. (3/21/1874 to 12/25/1875) &

Chas. Eugene (6/21/1876 to 6/2/1877)

Guy, Landrum H.

12 Apr 1902 to 17 Mar 1976

“Poet Extraordinary”

Guy, Louise P.

23 Feb 1911 to 11 Apr 1994

Guy, Martha C. "Mother"

2/21/1851 to 11/1/1912

"She was faithful to her trust, even unto death."

Guy, Thomas H. "Father"

5/4/1846 to 7/26/1900

"He died as he lived a christian"

Guy, Thomas H.

5/4/1846 to 4/20/1919

"Pvt, Co D, 46 GA Inf, Confederate States Army"

Emblem: Southern Cross of Honor

 

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

 

**Inscription from the tombstone of Charles R. Gibson: “Remember, friends, as you pass by, That all mankind are born to die, Then let your cares on Christ be cast  That you may dwell with Him at last.”

**Inscription from the tombstone of Elizabeth Gibson: “A precious one from us is gone, A voice we loved is stilled, A place is vacant in our home, Which never can be filled.”

**Inscription from the tombstone of M.E. Gilbert: "The pains of death are past, Labor and sorrow cease, And life's long warfare closed at last, His soul is found in peace."

**Inscription from the tombstone of Wm. T. Glower: "To forget is vain endeavor Love's remembrance lasts forever We trust our loss will be his gain And that with Christ he's gone to reign"

**Inscription from the tombstone of Miriam Karen & Jos. Wilber Graham: "The golden gates were opened A gentle voice said come And with farewell unspoken He calmly entered home"

**Inscription from the tombstone of Joseph Graves: "Every year the Father calleth Some loved one to endless rest And the heart tho' filled with anguish Can but cry, "He knoweth best."  But a year not distant cometh, When we tread the vast unknown, We shall find our ransomed dear one Seated round the great white throne."

**Inscription from the tombstone of W.H. Graves: "He has gone from his dear ones, His child, his wife, Whom he willingly toiled for, And loved as his life.  Oh, God! how mysterious And how strange are thy ways, To take from us this loved one, In the best of his days."

**Inscription from the tombstone of Thomas P. Gray: “There Is A World Above Where Parting Is Unknown A Long Eternity Of Love Formed For The Good Alone.”

 

 

NOT PICTURED:

*Glass, Joe A.

 

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