Fayetteville City Cemetery     Back to Homepage

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

Surnames starting with "S"

Sams, A.P., “son of A.P. & H.B.”

11 Mar 1900 to 21 Jan 1903

“Our darling one has gone before to greet us on the blissful shore”

Sams, Alice Page, “Dau. of A.P. & H. B.”

9 Aug 1897 to 6 Sept 1900

“Weep not, father and mother, for me. For I am waiting in glory for thee.”

Sams, Hester B.

10 Feb 1875 to 15 Jan 1912

Sanders, Mrs. Flora

"daughter of R.S. and Barbara McDonald, born in Scotland"

8/25/1792- 10/22/1857

"Sacred to the memory of"

Seanor, Laurien Lester

13 Dec 1899 - 26 Aug 1922

*Searcy, Edward, Sr. (3/1/1911 to 3/9/1977)&

Elsie J. (4/8/1923 to 8/17/1999)

*Searcy, Mr. Edward, Sr.

3/1/1911 to 3/9/1977

"Collier"

*Searcy, Edward Bernard

died 6/16/1971

*Searcy, Latosha

died 6/16/1971

Seawright, Eugene Chester, M.D.

15 Apr 1881 - 2 Sept 1940

Emblem: "Masonic G"

 

Seawright, Lois Brown

7 May 1888 - 14 Oct 1976

Segraves, Mitchell L. (19 Feb 1884 to 12 Jan 1960) &

Louella P. (28 July 1879 to 19 Jan 1952)

*Sewell, Alfreida

3/11/1922 to 2/13/1933

Shell, Rebecca E. "daughter of T. & M. Ansley, wife of C.C. Shell"

9/6/1822 to 4/30/1849

"Sacred to the memory of" "She died the death of a Christian"

Sherrett, Edwin (3/23/1832 to 1/4/1912) &

Julia A. (9/26/1851 to 6/30/1924)

"In memory of", "At rest"

**Long inscription below

Shettlesworth, M.A.Y.

Shettlesworth, Dora B.

30 Sept 1870 - 30 Apr 1901

Shettlesworth, J.S.

3 Apr 1870 - 4 June 1941

Short, W.B.

4/12/1861 to 12/21/1895, 34 yrs, 8 ms, 9 ds

Short, W.B. (side 2)

**Long inscription below

*Shropshire, Miss Crystal L.

8/11/1960 to 4/11/1988

*Shropshire, Edna R.

11/1/1933 to 9/12/1936

*Shropshire, Mr. Freeman

June 1937

"At rest"

*Shropshire, Mr. George

4/9/1905 to 7/9/1968

*Shropshire, George (4/9/1905 to 7/9/1968)&

Eleanor S.R. (born March 26)

*Shropshire, Mrs. Morning

born 10/8/1945

"At rest"

Simpson, John B.

1851 to 1946

Smith, Beulah Lester

9 Nov 1866 - 4 Nov 1935

Smith, Fannie (9/5/1871 to 10/22/1901)

J.A. (4/17/1865 to 11/6/1960) &

Mattie (6/5/1874 to 3/13/1953)

*Smith, James Robert

1/15/1891 to 9/30/1927

"Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord"

*Smith, Mr. Jerome

9/20/1916 to 9/25/1961

"Banks"

Smith, John J. "Son of Mr. & Mrs. J.F. Smith"

1 Mar 1885 - 9 Aug 1912

"Christ loved him and took him"

Smith, M.J.

1820 - 1889

*Smith, Mr. Mayleal

2/8/1918 to 2/15/1964

"Banks"

Smith, Nora O. "Dau of Mr. & Mrs. J.F. Smith"

22 June 1880 - 11 Sep 1915

"She hath won the victory"

Sorrels, William T. (7/13/1904 to 10/8/1980) &

Anne L. Stevens (9/8/1904 to 4/29/1991)

"Married Nov. 30, 1923"

Speer, Lizzie Hope Gray

12 July 1880 to 14 June 1971

**Long inscription below.

Spurlin, Edward Ernest

30 Oct 1876 to 30 Sep 1904

**Long inscription below.

Spurlin, Ernest Lyndon, “Our Baby”

5 Dec 1903 to 29 June 1904

**Long inscription below.

Spurlin, Edward Ernest &

Ernest Lyndon

Stacks, Elizbeth McEachern, "Wife of John W. Stacks"

4/8/1839 to 7/10/1927

*Stamm, Andrew M.

10/15/1981 to 5/6/1984

Starr, Ada Matthews

19 Nov 1857 - 20 Mar 1929

*Starr, Calvin B.

11/5/1920 to 1/29/1992

"TEC 5, US Army, World War II"

*Starr, Mr. Chedrick

5/26/1884 to 4/4/1969

"Collier"

 

*Starr, Mrs. Claudette Ringer

1/15/1944 to 5/31/2004

*Starr, Mrs. Edith

4/3/1952

"Haugabrooks"

*Starr, Glennie A.M

12/2/1879 to 5/28/1935

*Starr, Mr. Jesse W.

1/1/1962

"Haugabrooks"

*Starr, Mrs. Melzina

6/19/1898 to 10/31/1960

"Banks"

Steele, Edna C. (2/11/1895 to 1/22/1979) &

James C. (2/25/1885 to 11/3/1970)

"Gone, but not forgotten"

Steele, Wife and infant of J.C. Stell

9/1/1888 to 1/9/1919

Steele, Lois "daughter of Mr. & Mrs. J.C. Steele"

6/5/1911 to 8/5/1911

"At rest"

Steele, Rebecca

4/1/1894 to 4/14/1919

Steele, Rosie Lee

9/15/1906 to 10/5/1906

"daughter of Maggie Steele" (who is nearby as Maggie Steele Pitman)

Steele, Mrs. Tobitha M.

8/22/1853 to 9/6/1917

"Having served her generation by the will of God she fell asleep"

Steele, Zack

8/5/1851 to 3/24/1911

"He was faithful to every duty"

Stell, Annie Sue

10/23/1891 to 5/13/1892

"Daughter of Mr. & Mrs. W.J. Stell"

Stell, Carrie Elizabeth (Bettie)

4/25/1867 to 1/7/1950

"Daughter of Mr. & Mrs. J.J. Gilbert, wife of Walter J. Stell"

Stell, Christine M., “Daughter of Mr. & Mrs. J.T. McCollum, Wife of Hugh M. Stell.”

22 Oct 1893 to 30 May 1927

Stell, Ernest Walter

11/11/1887 to 7/12/1888

"Son of Mr. & Mrs. W.J. Stell"

Stell, Hugh Malone, “Son of Mr. & Mrs. W.J. Stell, Husband of Christine M. Stell.”

25 Aug 1889 to 6 Aug 1960

Stell, Gilbert M.

4/24/1893 to 10/21/1963

"Son of Mr. & Mrs. Walter J. Stell"

Stell, Walter J.

6/14/1865 to 2/3/1944

"Son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Stell, husband of Betty Stell"

Stephens, Andrew Harvey

18 Dec 1897 to 17 Dec 1981

Stephens, Emory J.

11 Jan 1878 to 8 June 1931

“Our love one”

Stephens, Isabel M.

1885 - 1960

Stephens, J. Estelle

Born 7 Feb 1889

Stephens, Mrs. Kate Fitzgerald

1858 - 1894

Stephens, Martha A. (born 8 Sept. 1845) &

Z.C. (9 Oct 1844 to 1 July 1906)

Stephens, Nancy J.

13 Aug 1866 to 23 Jan 1935

Stephens, Sidney McLean, “Mac”

6 June 1912 to 11 Mar 1946

Stephens, Thos. H., Sr. (27 Oct 1872 to 3 May 1953) &

Sallie M. (19 Apr 1878 to 3 May 1960)

Stephens, Z. Albert

1 Jan 1882 to 15 June 1962

Stephens, Zadock Cook

9 Oct 1844 to 1 June 1906

“Pvt, Co C, 63 GA Inf Regt, Confederate States Army”

Emblem: Southern Cross of Honor

Stevens, Carl, “Son of Wm. J. & A.B. Stevens”

5 Aug 1907 to 27 Aug 1908

Stevens, Julia, “Daughter of Wm. J. & A.B. Stevens”

20 Dec 1900 to 19 June 1901

Stevens, William J.

18 Sept 1902 to 28 Jan 1953

Stevens, Wm. J.

1 Jan 1870 to 23 Nov 1909

Stinchcomb, Annie Couch

27 July 1897 to 18 July 1938

*Stinchcomb, Mr. Artis

1900 - 1949

"Ivey"

*Stinchcomb, Blane Marvelson

9/25/1934 to 7/21/1955

"Georgia, Pvt, 60 Infantry Regt"

*Stinchcomb, Buford Duke

"Georgia CK3 USNR"

Stinchcomb, E.S.

4 Sep 1854 to 19 May 1908

**Long inscription below.

Stinchcomb, Geo. Jerome

2/5/1885 to 11/15/1938

Stinchcomb, Henry E.

13 June 1887 to 11 Jan 1966

Emblem: “Masonic G”

Stinchcomb, Henry E.

13 June 1887 to 11 Jan 1966

“Georgia, PFC, Medical Dept, World War I”

*Stinchcomb, Mrs. Hester

9/26/1901 to 10/3/1954

"Banks"

Stinchcomb, J.O.

6 Feb 1850 to 6 Dec 1918

Stinchcomb, James E.

3/29/1916 to 10/17/1940

Stinchcomb, Lena D.

4 Apr 1899 to 25 Sept 1971

Stinchcomb, M.C.

10 Nov 1853 to 30 July 1938

*Stinchcomb, Mary J. "Me-Mama"

5/16/1926 to 6/1/1999

Stinchcomb, Mary E., “In memory of our beloved mother”

“Departed Dec. 17, 1928. Age 73 years.”

**Long inscription below.

Stinchcomb, Sallie J.

3/8/1891 to 4/18/1977

Stipe, Mollie Matthews

19 Feb 1861 - 26 July 1937

*Stokes, Blossie M.

6/22/1914 to 7/3/1989

"A Loving Mother"

*Stokes, Gloria

11/11/1955 to 11/9/1977? (stone broken)

*Stokes, Mrs. Janie Henderson

11/25/1935 to 3/24/2004

Stone, Mrs. M.A.

5/24/1823 to 12/29/1898

"Having finished life's duty, she now sweetly rests"

Stone, Mrs. Nancy Avrey

5/19/1779 to 6/16/1886

"Sacred to the memory of my grandmother Mrs. Nancy Avrey Stone" -John

Straton, William D.

29 Oct 1867 to 8 Jan 1893

“Resting in hope of a glorious resurrection”

Stratton

Strickland, R.G. “Sacred to the memory of”

Died 14 June 1864, Aged 25 years, 11 months and 15 days

“Holiness to the Lord”

**Long inscription below.

Strickland, R.G.

“1 Lieut, Co I, 10 GA Inf Regt, Confederate States Army”

Emblem: Southern Cross of Honor

*Strozier, Floraetta (headstone)

5/16/1882 to 3/12/1969

*Strozier, Floraetta (footstone)

5/16/1882 to 3/12/1969

Stubbs, Mrs. Hester Avrey

5/14/1867 to 3/11/1905

"Sacred to the memory of my sister Mrs. Hester Avrey Stubbs" -John

Stynchcomb, Callie S.

1878 - 1949

Sunderland, Harold (5/11/1912 to 1/9/1976) &

Avis (4/4/1916 to 1/8/1995)

"Precious Memories"

*Sutton, Mr. Mick

12/25/1900 to 5/29/1965

*Sutton, Mrs. Minnie

8/13/1901 to 8/16/1955

"Thornton"

*Sutton, Mrs. Minnie Lee

8/13/1901 to 8/16/1955

Swann, Sam E. (19 Feb 1896 to 27 June 1972) &

Sarah B. (28 Apr 1905 to 10 June 1991)

Swann, Samuel E.

19 Feb 1896 to 27 June 1972

“Georgia, Sgt, Co I, 326 Infantry, World War I”

*Swanson, Bobbie, "son of Dan and Georgie Swanson"

1/13/1895 to 9/4/1895

"Gone so soon"

*Swanson, Mr. Commodre

2/14/1920 to 11/28/1991

*Swanson, Mrs. Georgia H.

8/10/1865 to 1/25/1960

*Swanson, Georgia Harp

8/10/1865 to 1/25/1960

*Swanson, Mrs. Irene

8/17/1904 to 10/10/1966

*Swanson, Mr. Jewell

4/20/1912 to 10/31/1988

*Swanson, Pauline "dau. of Dan and Georgie Swanson"

10/21/1887 to 10/10/1892

"Darling we miss thee"

*Swanson, Master Ralph

2/25/1961

"Thornton"

*Swanson, Richard Daniel

9/28/1892 to 12/31/1963

"Georgia, PFC, Co B, 516 Engr Svc Bn, World War I"

*Swanson, Mrs. Sarah Jane

8/31/1923 to 9/8/1984

 

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

 

** Inscription from the tombstone of Edwin Sherrett: "The Lord is my Shepherd; I shall not want.   Psalms 23"

** Inscription from the tombstone of Julia A. Sherrett: "And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes- REV. 7:17"

** Inscription from the tombstone of W.B. Short: "Dearest brother you have lesft us Here thy loss we deeply feel, But it's God that has bereft us, He can all our sorrows heal.  Yet again we hope to meet thee When the days of life is fled Then in Heaven, will i joy to greet thee Where no farewell tears are shed"

** Inscription from the tombstone of Lizzie Hope Gray Speer: “I Helped Needy Ones, Won’t You?  Prepare To Meet Your Everlasting God And His Son Jesus Christ.  Hear ‘Well Done.’”

** Inscription from the tombstone of Edward Ernest Spurlin: “A precious one from us has gone, A voice we loved is stilled.  A place is vacant in our home Which never can be filled.  God in His wisdom has recalled The boon His love had given; And though the body slumbers now The soul is safe in heaven.”

** Inscription from the tombstone of Ernest Lyndon Spurlin: “There is one sweet face now vanished  One sweet voice we hear no more  For the hand of Death has banished  Our darling unto the silent shore.”

**Inscription from the tombstone of E.S. Stinchcomb: “A light from our household is gone, A voice we loved is stilled.  A place is vacant in our hearts That never can be filled.”

**Inscription from the tombstone of Mary E. Stinchcomb: “Rest mother, rest in quiet sleep.  While friends in sorrow o’er thee weep.”

**Inscription from the tombstone of R.G. Strickland: “Adjutant of the 10 Regiment, Georgia Volunteers, who was wounded at the Battle of Cold Harbour, Virginia, June the 3rd, 1864, died 14th and buried 20th of same month.  Aged 25 years, 11 months and 15 days.”  “The heroism of our deceased comrade in the defence (sic) of his beloved South was equalled (sic) only by the many virtues which adorned his private life.  By the Survivors of company I, 10th Regt, GA Vols.” 

**Note on the Emblem found on R.G. Strickland's stone: The emblem is a circle in which the letters "KSHTWSST" are inscribed.  This emblem is indicative of a "Knight Templar in the York Rite Degrees of Freemasonry."

 

 

 

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