Rehoboth Methodist Episcopal Cemetery
Whitesville, Harris County, Georgia
Lat: 32°38'20"N, Lon: 84°53'13"W
Contributed by Joseph Bridges Talley, Feb 06, 2002 [firstname.lastname@example.org].
Total records = 7.
The cemetery is located about two miles southwest of Whitesville, GA and is south of Pine Lake in heavy woods. It can no longer be accessed by vehicle.
This list was compiled from tombstone readings taken when I walked the cemetery in the summer of 1990.
The Rehoboth Methodist Church was one of the earlist Methodist Churches in the western part of Harris County. The church was abandoned, with most members moving to New Hope Methodist Church. Only the cemetery, surrounded by a low rock wall, is left.
- Joseph Talley
Cotton, J. G., b. 18 Oct 1806 Hancock County GA, d. 1 Nov 1866 Harris County GA, son of Rev. Smith Cotton
Cotton, Smith, b. 27 Jan 1767, d. 18 Mar 1856, 88 years one month 21 days, having been a member of the Methodist Church about seventy years.
Gary, Martha, b. 6 May 1773, d. 31 Oct 1835, age 62 years, dau. of William Gary and consort of Smith Cotton
Hogan, Cornelia, b. 1833, d. 17 Jul 1836, dau. of J. E. & M. A. Hogan
Hogan, Mary A., b. 22 Apr 1827, d. 29 Aug 1888
Hogan, T. F., b. 12 Mar 1822, d. 5 Nov 1880
Truett, S. J., b. 20 Mar 1825, d. 26 Nov 1904
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