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Fayetteville City Cemetery     Back to Homepage

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

Surnames starting with "W"

Walker, Bobby H.

15 Apr 1928 - 8 June 1951

Walker, Gilbert, son of J.T. & M.F. Walker

27 Dec 1884 - 21 May 1897

"Those whom God love die young In heaven there is one angel more"

Walker, J.T.

13 Dec 1848 - 19 Feb 1926

Walker, J.T.

13 Dec 1848 - 19 Feb 1926

"Pvt, Co A, Martins Bttn, Ga Lt Arty, Confederate States Army"

Emblem: Southern Cross of Honor

Walker, Martha F., "wife of J.T. Walker"

5 Sep 1852 - 20 Oct 1907

"She is gone to the land where the weary Enjoy the sweet rapture of sacred repose"

Walker, Paul R.

5 Jan 1931 - 26 Feb 1946

Wallis, Annie

27 Dec 1868 - 22 Sep 1896

Wallis, Charlie P. (1 of 2) "Son of W. D. & E. E. Wallis"

16 Jul 1883 - 15 Aug 1912

Wallis, Charlie P. (2 of 2 - backside of stone)

16 Jul 1883 - 15 Aug 1912

Symbol: "Masonic G"

**Long inscription below.

Wallis, Claudius Filmore

8 Nov 1882 - 18 Aug 1903

Wallis, Eddie S.

18 Aug 1886 - 3 Nov 1918

Wallis, Eliza E.

28 Sept 1844 - 14 Apr 1934

Wallis, Dr. George William (20 Dec 1861 - 17 Jun 1934) &

Lizzie Orilia Morrow (12 Sep 1862 - 26 May 1942)

Emblem: “Masonic G”

Wallis, N.G. (6 Jun 1836 - 2 Sep 1912) &

Nancy E. (23 Sep 1841 - 10 Jan 1909)

**Long inscriptions below

Wallis, Nicholas G.

6 Jun 1836 - 2 Sep 1912

"Serg, Co D, 44 Ga Inf Reg, Confederate States Army"

Emblem: Southern Cross of Honor

Wallis, Robert O., "son of N.G. & N.E. Wallis"

16 Jan 1876 - 16 Aug 1895

"He has gone to the mensions of rest"

Wallis, William D.

28 Nov 1843 - 5 Aug 1918

Wallis, William D.

28 Nov 1843 - 5 Aug 1918

“Pvt, Co D, 44 GA Inf Reg, Confederate States Army”

Emblem: Southern Cross of Honor

Wallis, Willie V. "Son of W. D. & E. E. Wallis"

27 Oct 1878 - 15 Dec 1889

"Jesus has come and Born thee hence"

Ward, Mrs. A.E., “To the memory of”

22 Dec 1845 - 26 Sep 1917

“Married to J.W. Ward Nov. 15, 1860”

**Long inscription below.

Ward, Edward S (19 Sep 1871 - 9 Aug 1955) &

Mary Rogers (10 Apr 1873 - 16 Sep 1954)

"At Rest"

Ward, James Russell

24 Dec 1905 - 13 Apr 1961

Ward, Jesse Roger

12 Feb 1915 - 26 Oct 1974

"Capt, U.S. Army"

Ward, Jesse W., “In memory of”

22 Mar 1845 - 13 Sep 1911

Emblem: “Masonic G”

**Long inscription below.

Ward, Jessie W.

22 Mar 1845 - 13 Sep 1911

“Pvt, Co G, 63 GA Inf Reg, Confederate States Army”

Emblem: Southern Cross of Honor

Ward, Lenis

10 Jul 1917 - 21 Jan 1919

“Our loved one”

*Ware, Mr. Ed

16 Nov 1892 - 10 Apr 1958

Ware, Geo. W.

3 Dec 1830 - 14 Feb 1890

Ware, George W.

3 Dec 1830 - 14 Feb 1890

"Pvt, Co A, 28 GA Siege Arty, Confederate States Army"

Emblem: Southern Cross of Honor

*Ware, Georgia, "Wife of Tom Ware"

18 May 1871 - 12 May 1901

*Ware, Mrs. Rosa

2 Feb 1892 - 27 Feb 1957

*Ware, Rosa Lee "Mother" (25 Oct 1916 - 26 May 1969) &

Ura Lee "Father" (2 Nov 1912 - 26 Jan 1973)

Ware, Sallie Faver

13 Nov 1839 - 4 Jul 1912

*Ware, Will

12 Nov 1888 - 26 Dec 1955

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

Warwick, Mrs. Amanda Elizabeth

1842 - 1932

Warwick, Miss Daisy

1878 - 1954

Warwick, Mrs. Ida Agnes

1872 - 1933

Warwick, Rev. Loy

1871 - 1946

Warwick, Ruth

15 July 1900 - 7 Jan 1902

“Budded on earth to bloom in heaven”

Warwick, Wm. Allen

1835 - 1917

Waters, Infant daughter, Effie & W.T. Waters

22 Mar 1912

Waters, Infant son, Effie & W.T. Waters

17 Sep 1909

Waters, Glen

4 Jun 1868 - 26 Nov 1895

Waters, Loie Bennett, “Wife of William Thomas Waters”

19 Jan 1847 - 8 Oct 1915

Waters, Louella Stewart, “Beloved wife of William T. Waters”

30 Oct 1903 - 30 Jan 1973

Waters, William T., Jr.

16 Apr 1882 - 4 Apr 1964

“Georgia, Pvt, Co D, 20 Regt Infantry, Spanish American War”

Waters, William Thomas

25 Feb 1842 - 30 Nov 1910

Waters, William Thomas

25 Feb 1842 - 30 Nov 1910

*Watkins, Clifford George

22 Aug 1927 - 4 Feb 1971

"Georgia, S Sgt, US Air Force, Vietnam"

*Watson, Maggie R.

19 Jun 1932 - 13 Apr 1933

*Watts, (J.W. & Cherrie)

*Watts, Cherrie

*Watts, J.W.

*Watts, J.W. (headstone)

" B. 1854 Die 37"

Welch, Emely, "Wife of I. A. Welch"

11 Jan 1848 - 30 Jul 1882

"At Rest"

Whatley, Florene

10 Jun 1908 - 30 Jan 1992

Whatley, John W. “Father” (10 Jan 1899 - 6 Jul 1968) &

Lessie B. “Mother” (19 Feb 1907 - 27 Nov 1993)

Whatley, N. Elizabeth

6 Sep 1870 - 27 Aug 1934

“A devoted wife and loving mother”

Whatley, Ralph Hambrig

b. 4 July 1896. “Departed this life Nov. 15, 1912, Age 16 Yrs. 4 Mos. 11 Dys.”

Whatley, Varney F. “Father” &

Zelma L. "Mother"

Whatley, Varney F.

17 Jan 1905 - 28 Jul 1935

Whatley, William (b. 22 Aug 1810. “Departed this life July 21, 1910”) &

Jane (b. 23 Mar 1842)

Wm: “Here lies a good man”

(1 of 2)

Whatley, William & Jane

(2 of 2)

Whatley, William

22 Aug 1810 - 21 July 1910

“Pvt, Co D, 7 GA Inf, Confederate States Army”

Emblem: Southern Cross of Honor

Whatley, Wilson S. & N. Elizabeth

Whatley, Wilson S.

7 Sep 1871 - 7 Feb 1922

“They who knew him best will bless his name And keep his memory dear while life shall last.”

Whatley, Zelma L.

18 Nov 1906 - 26 Jun 1954

*White, C.S.

1 Mar 1868 - 9 Nov 1953

"By the SUS Con of Georgia"

*White, Clara, "Wife of Caesar White"

7 Aug 1876 - 3 May 1911

"At rest" "Asleep in Jesus"

*White, Mr. James D.

9 Apr 1903 - 18 Sep 1974

"Ivey"

*Wilborn, Rathelia

5 Jun 1905 - 23 Feb 1949

"Ivey"

Wilkins, Northrop L., “Infant son of J.T. & M.E. Wilkins”

4 Dec 1900 - 21 Jan 1901

“Darling, we miss thee”

Willeby, John Henry (1879 - 1962) &

Elizabeth Ivey (1886 - 1970)

Willeby, William Frank

4 Apr 1912 - 9 May 1913

**Long inscription below

*William, C.H.

10 Sep 1893 - 15 Sep 1944

Williams, A.A.E. McEachern, "Wife of H.G. Williams"

26 Dec 1853 - 21 Sep 1881

**Long transcription below

*Williams, Mrs. Clemmie Mae Head

8 Nov 1892 - 13 Nov 1965

"Collier & O'Neal"

*Williams, Ms. Estella

21 Oct 1921 - 22 Nov 1988

*Williams, Hester L.

23 Sep 1925 - 27 Jun 1977

"Collier"

Williams, John Thomas

23 Jan 1876 - 28 Nov 1936

Williams, John Thomas, Jr.

9 Feb 1904 - 31 Jul 1961

*Williams, Miss Lula

17 Jan 1891 - 6 Aug 1975

"Ivey"

*Williams, Mrs. Mattie Mae

24 Oct 1914 - 7 Dec 1971

"Collier"

Williams, Mattie McEachern

12 Jul 1856 - 6 Apr 1936

Williams, Pearl, "infant son of H.G. & A.A.E. Williams"

10 Sep 1881 - 27 Sep 1881

"Blessed are the early"

*Williams, Roxie

1 May 1859 - 17 Jan 1933

Williams, Dr. W. L.

30 Mar 1835 - 17 Jul 1878

(1 of 2)

Williams, Dr. W. L.

30 Mar 1835 - 17 Jul 1878

(2 of 2)

Williams, W.L. &

Redwine, Morgan L.

Williams, W. L.

30 Mar 1835 - 17 Jul 1878

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

Emblem: Southern Cross of Honor

Williams, W. L.

30 Mar 1835 - 17 Jul 1878

military marker includes the years 1861 and 1865 and the Southern Cross of Honor

Williamson, Mrs. G. M., "Our darling mother"

12 Sep 1853 - 12 Feb 1900

"How sweet to think of her in her new home"

Williamson, R. H.

13 Oct 1853 - 4 Jul 1921

"In memory of"

Willoughby, J.W.

18 Jan 1825 - 17 Jan 1898

"Aged 78 years"

**Long inscription below

Willoughby, James W.

1/18/1825 to 1/17/1898

"Pvt, Co H, 44 GA Inf Regt, Confederate States Army"

Emblem: Southern Cross of Honor

*Wood, Rosemary

March ? - 2 Jul 1940

*Worthem, Mrs. Agnes

27 Sep 1918 - 1 Oct 1966

"Banks"

Wooton, William H.

12 Nov 1830 - 17 Aug 1864

"Pvt, Griffin's GA Lt Arty, Confederate States Army"

Emblem: Southern Cross of Honor

Wootton, Willie Lee, "Daughter of Wm. H. & Martha Wootton"

12 Jul 1864 - 17 Sep 1865

"Aged 1 yr. 2 mos. & 5 days"

Wootton, Wm H.

12 Nov 1830 - 17 Aug 1864

"Peace to his ashes"

**Long inscription below

*Wylam

 

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

 

**Inscription from the tombstone of Charlie P. Wallis: "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."

**Inscription from the tombstone of Nancy Wallis: "A Precious one from us is gone.  A voice we loved is stilled."

**Inscription from the tombstone of N.G. Wallis: "Beloved father, fare well, We will meet again."

**Inscription from the tombstone of Mrs. A.E. Ward: “One precious to our hearts has gone, The voice we loved is stilled, The place made vacant in our home, Can never more be filled.”

**Inscription from the tombstone of Jesse W. Ward: “A kind wife mourns in thee a husband lost,  The poor, a friend who felt what friendship cost.”

**Inscription from the tombstone of William Frank Willeby: "Dear little hands, I miss them so  All through the day wherever I go  All through the night how lonely it seems  For no little hands wake me out of my dreams"

**Inscription from the tombstone of A.A.E. McEachern Williams: "As a wife devoted As a mother affectionate As a friend ever kind and true"

**Inscription from the tombstone of J.W. Willoughby: "He was a confederate soldier for 11 years And now with silver tools he has gone to join the army of the Lord"

**Inscription from the tombstone of Wm. H. Wootton: "Sacred to the memory of Wm. H Wootton, who was born Nov. 12th 1830, and was killed near Atlanta by a shell while nobly defending his Country Aug 17th 1864, CSA"

 

NOT PICTURED:

*Williams, Annis

*Williams, Louis

 

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