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Williams Cemetery
Chattooga County, Georgia

Halls Valley Drive
Trion, Georgia

Lat: 34°33.52N, Lon: 085°16.34W

1 mile off Highway 27 The 2-acre cemetery is located on the Dourghty Lee "Goob" Williams Farm.

This is not a complete listing of burials! The records below were provided by contributors to Cemetery Records Online. Total records = 16.

Contributor's Index:

Anderson, Martha M. O'Dell, b. 24 May 1828, d. 1915, wife of James Mason Anderson., [BH]
Duncan, Ciscero Calvin, d. 27 Mar 1963, second h/o E.L. "Doad" Williams., [BH]
Hayes, Bobby Eugene, b. 31 Jan 1939, [BH]
Hayes, Bradley Eugene, b. 4 Oct 1968, [BH]
Hayes, Bradley Luke, b. 20 Feb 1997, [BH]
Hayes, Ernest "Bud" Eugene, b. 14 Sep 1918, d. 22 Dec 1984, s/o Geoffrey Clemon & Minnie Mae Evans Hayes, h/o Willa Mae Davenport Hayes., [BH]
Hayes, Judy Swanson, b. 3 Oct 1970, [BH]
Hayes, Sandra Kay Williams, b. 3 Mar 1944, [BH]
Hayes, Willa Mae Davenport, b. 2 Feb 1917, [BH]
Williams, D.L. "Goob", b. 25 Dec 1909, [BH]
Williams, Elizabeth "Lizzie" Ann, b. 22 Mar 1855, d. 28 Apr 1933, w/o R.G. "Bob" Williams, d/o James & Martha Anderson., [BH]
Williams, Emma "Doad" Lee, b. 17 Jan 1890, d. 8 Feb 1962, wife of W.C. "Bill" Williams, d/o A.D. & Nancy Wall., [BH]
Williams, Evelyn Self, b. 15 Oct 1909, [BH]
Williams, Raymond LeRoy, b. 12 Jan 1931, d. 19 July 1994, oldest s/o D.L. "Goob" & Evelyn Self Williams., [BH]
Williams, Robert "Bob" Greene, b. 13 Jan 1848, d. 28 Jan 1918, s/o Robert & Mary Polly Kittle Williams., [BH]
Williams, Willie "Bill" Ciscero, b. 13 Aug 1888, d. 24 Dec 1929, son of R.G. "Bob" & E.A. "Lizzie" Williams., [BH]
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