Fayetteville City Cemetery     Back to Homepage

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

Surnames starting with "P"

Parker, Mrs. Minnie C.

24 July 1859 to 16 Apr 1880

Parker, Mrs. Minnie C.

24 July 1859 to 16 Apr 1880

Parks, Blanche

4/6/1899 to 4/10/1906

"Budded on earth to bloom in Heaven"

Parks, Cicero H.

3/19/1861 to 9/8/1904

"Farewell dear father, Till we meet again"

Parks, Mozelle "Sister"

11/23/1883 to 8/16/1918

"Though lost to sight to memory dear"

Pate, Eld. Johnson, “Husband of M.E. Pate”

Died 13 Oct 1873, Age 72 years.

“Come Ye Blessed,” “Our Dear Father”

**Long inscription below.

Peevy, D. Frank "Father", "Husband of Sarah E. Peevy"

10/21/1872 to 8/24/1946

**Long inscription below

Peevy, E. B. "Dau of J.P. and M.F. Peevy"

6/21/1884 to 7/21/1903

"Here sleepeth our beloved one"

Peevy, Frances

8/15/1922 to 11/30/1927

Peevy, Homer "son of J.P. & M.F. Peevy"

11/5/1882 to 6/2/1905

**(long poem below)

(Stone is broken and top is missing; data is from 1970s inventory)

Peevy, James

" Co E, 4 GA Regt, C.S.A."

Emblem: Southern Cross of Honor

Peevy, James Stacy

1905 - 1985

"TEC 4, US Army, World War II"

Peevy, James W.

4/27/1869 to 5/21/1897

"Aged 28 years 21 days"

Peevy, Mrs. M.F., "Wife of J.P. Peevy"

8/19/1846 to 7/8/1899

Peevy, Marion O. (1879 to 1948) &

Flossie (1888 to 1968)

Peevy, Mary Elean

7/14/1871 to 5/31/1956

Peevy, Sarah E. Hemperley "Mother", "Wife of D.F. Peevey"

3/4/1878 to 12/10/1928

**Long inscription below

Peevy, Willie, "son of Mr. & Mrs. J.P.Peevy"

1874 to 1921

"At rest"

Perry, Lee Griff

21 May 1892 to 20 Jan 1968

Perry, Ruth Noyes, “Wife of Lee Griff Perry”

17 May 1892 to 30 Nov 1964

Phillips, Harold Lee, "son of MR. & Mrs. L.L.Phillips"

10/11/1927 to 12/13/1928

"Gone so soon"

Phillips, Jack E.

1/4/1913 to 3/15/1968

"Georgia ,TEC 5, US Army, World War II"

*Philipps, Judge

*Philipps, Judy

Phillips, Katie Lou

3/28/1889 to 6/26/1981

*Philipps, Roney

Pilkington, Jesse Hugh, “son of S. & A.G.”

20 Mar 1911 to 20 Mar 1911

“‘Twas but a flower too good for earth, Transplanted into heaven”

Pilkington, Sydney (24 Mar 1859 to 19 Oct 1943) &

A. Carrie (1 Feb 1871 to 15 Dec 1947)

Emblem: “Masonic G”

 

Pilkington, W. Clarence

13 Feb 1895 to 28 Feb 1916

Pittman, Maggie Steele

11/19/1876 to 1/8/1955

Plumstead, Osceola "Mother" (1874 to 1940) &

Fred V. (1870 to 1917)

Plunket, James H., Jr.

7/24/1914 to 3/20/1974

"PFC, US Army"

Plunket, Leola A. (1878 to 1948) &

James H. (1876 to 1958)

Plunkett, Nellie Bell (3 Nov 1906 to 1 Nov 2001) &

Eugene Chester “Seawright” (22 May 1911 to 9 Apr 2001)

“Together Forever”

*Pon, Gead

(the rest is buried)

*Ponder, Mr. Brady

6/16/1922 to 12/18/1962

"Banks"

*Ponder, Lenard

1/30/1910 to 5/12/1988

*Ponder, Sadie

*Ponder, Mr. Willie

1/15/1880 to 3/28/1975

"Collier"

*Ponder, Mr. Willie

1/28/1914 to 8/25/1982

"Banks"

*Porter, Amanda and Lois

"Mother & Daughter of Brazel Porter"

*Porter, Mandy

(This is at the bottom of the grave marked Amanda & Lois- this is probably another stone for Amanda)

*Porter, Brazel (5/27/1905 to 4/9/1985) &

Vera (born 9/26/1911)

*Porter, Mrs. Ellen S.

born 1/22/1911

*Porter, Mrs. Essie

5/25/1910 to 12/7/1986

*Porter, Mr. James

d. 12/19/1937

*Porter, Mrs. Jerusha

3/17/1888 to 3/15/1943

*Porter, Kent

1/15/1896 to 11/25/1969

"Georgia, Pvt, QMC, World War I"

*Porter, Lunnie Mary

11/15/1950

"Thornton"

*Porter, Mrs. Mary G.

4/18/1963

"Sellers"

Porter, Odith W.

3/11/1916 to 8/6/1953

*Porter, Ophelia, "Wife of Sam Porter"

12/4/1882 to 8/9/1910

"Gone to be an angel"

 

*Porter, Otis

5/28/1892 to 4/17/1959

"Georgia, PVT, US Army, World War I"

*Porter, Mr. Paul B.

6/15/1956 "Sellers Bros."

*Porter, Mrs. Pauline Arnold

2/23/1907 to 12/25/1979

*Porter, Richard H.

8/30/1931 to 11/29/1998

"US Army"

*Porter, Mr. Sam

12/6/1970

"Hanley"

*Porter, W.P.

1888 to 7/15/1919

"But while he taught me these things, behold the angel of the Lord appeared"

*Porter, Mr. Willie

born 6/19/1906

*Porter, Mr. Willie

6/19/1906 to 2/22/1988

(mortuary marker)

Note: the death year is based on SS Death Index

*Prayor, Lewis

2/4/1882 to 11/6/1945

*Prayor, Mrs. Pearl I.

10/23/1885 to 3/20/1972

"Collier"

*Price, Margaret E.

d. 12/20/1955

Pritchett, Alvin Lucius, “son of L.D. & M.L. Pritchett”

10 Mar 1911 to 28 July 1911

Pritchett, Beulah

“1908 – 1908 Oct. 24”

Pritchett, D.T.

29 Jan 1849 to 11 Jan 1909

Pritchett, D.T.

29 Jan 1849 to 11 Jan 1909

“Pvt, Fayette Co, GA Mili F, Confederate States Army”

Pritchett, Henry M. (1887 - 1937) &

Beulah (1879 - 1958)

Pritchett, Henry Merrill

1910 - 1910

Pritchett, Lucy Head

7 Feb 1858 to 5 Jan 1940

“In loving remembrance of Mama,” “Gone but not forgotten”

Purser, Alma R.

15 July 1907 to 27 Nov 1972

Purser, William H.

17 Dec 1907 to 31 Mar 1960

*Pyant, Mr. Lindsey

7/7/1893 to 1/12/1968

"Collier"

*Pyant, Mrs. Lorraine

1/3/1967

"Cox"

Pye, Annie Lula (12/22/1895 to 11/17/1986) &

Oliver Marion (5/27/1889 to 1/27/1955)

Pye, William G. (12/22/1911 to 2/1/1991) &

Inez Jones (b. 5/26/1912)

 

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

 

** Inscription from the tombstone of Eld. Johnson Pate: “He was moderator of the Primitive Western association  At the time he was called to rest  And worked so faithfully  He is now among His blest.”

** Inscription from the tombstone of D. Frank Peevy: "His toils are past, His work is done, He fought the fought, The victory won."

** Inscription from the tombstone of Sarah E. Hemperley Peevy: "Beyond this world of grief and pain.  A soul like her's does live again.  Her spirit was tired and God knew best.  For He kindly took her home to rest."

** Inscription from the tombstone of Homer Peevy: "A precious one from us is gone  A voice we loved is still  A place is vacant in our house which ne'er can be filled"

 

NOT PICTURED:

*Ponder, Gertrude

 

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