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Union Grove Cemetery
Auburn, Gwinnett County, Georgia

Lat: 34° 02' 16"N, Lon: 83° 52' 00"W

To reach cemetery from Auburn GA, take Mount Moriah Road northwest for about 2.5 miles, turn left or west onto Union Grove Road and continue less than two miles. Just past Clack Road on your right you will see East Union Grove Circle where you will turn left or south. The cemetery is south of the Union Grove Baptist Church on the west side of the road.

This is not a complete listing of all of the burials in this cemetery. The records below were provided by contributors to Interment.net. Last edited Dec 18, 2010. Total records = 10.

Contributor's Index:

Clack, Alfred Rainey, b. Apr 19, 1870, d. Jun 19, 1948, h/o Amanda Fowler, s/o Seaborn Jones Clack & Drucilla Adeline Holloway, [EC]
Clack, Ira Green, b. Dec 18, 1865, d. Sep 28, 1944, h/o Isabella Norris, s/o Seaborn Jones Clack & Drucilla Adeline Holloway, [EC]
Clack, Rebecca, b. Mar 08, 1819, w/o C. M. Hill, s/by Seaborn Jones Clack
Clack, Rufus Monroe, b. Nov 11, 1886, d. Oct 21, 1949, s/o Ira Green Clack & Isabella Norris, [EC]
Clack, Seaborn Jones, b. Apr 30, 1834, d. Nov 4, 1909, h/o Drucilla Adeline Holloway, s/o George Washington Clack & Catherine Smith, [EC]
Clack; Finous Burr, b. Feb 20, 1892, d. Mar 2, 1972, [EC]
Fowler, Amanda, b. Aug 23, 1870, d. Sep 1, 1945, w/o Alfred Rainey Clack, [EC]
Holloway, Drucilla Adeline, b. Apr 19, 1836, d. Mar 19, 1899, w/o Seaborn Jones Clack, [EC]
Norris, Isabella, b. Sep 1866, d. May 7, 1940, w/o Ira Green Clack, [EC]
Slelton, Cleo, b. 1892, d. 1946, [EC]

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