Thompson Family Cemetery
Emanuel County, Georgia
Lat: 32°33'32"N, Lon: 82°26'01"W, approx.
Contributed by Larry L. Ketchum, Jan 26, 2003 [firstname.lastname@example.org] Total records = 6.
To reach cemetery take US 80 west from Swainsboro to Kemp Rd., Kemp Rd. southeast to Ebenezer Church Road, then .65 mile to its dead-end at Hall Bridge Rd., right on Hall Bridge Road .25 mile to Coleman Church Road, left .95 mile to cemetery.
Cemetery is enclosed by a chain-link fence. The cemetery is well maintained.
According to a sign at the entrance, this cemetery was established in 1800 and closed in 1885. Reubin Thompson, whose remains are buried here, founded Ebenezer Methodist Church (then named Green Leaf Log Church) in the 1790's.
I transcribed Jan 21, 1998 from all known tombstones.- Larry L. Ketchum
Beasley, Rachel Robinette, b. 1777, d. 1845, Mother of Mildred B. Thompson
Beasley, William, b. 1767, d. 1850, Father of Mildred B. Thompson
Thompson, Mildred Beasley, b. 25 Apr 1806, d. 8 Jun 1865, Wife of Rev. Robert Thompson
Thompson, Rachel Chambers, b. 3 Feb 1767, d. 3 Jan 1857, Wife of Lt. Reubin Thompson, R.S.
Thompson, Reubin, b. 11 Jan 1765, d. 31 Dec 1855, Georgia Lt Burke County Militia Revolutionary War
Thompson, Robert, b. 4 Jan 1804, d. 25 Nov 1865, Son of Reubin & Rachel Thompson
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