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Bragg Family Cemetery
Jenkins County, Georgia

Lat: 32°51'27"N, Lon: 81°49'20"W, approx

Contributed by Larry L. Ketchum, Mar 11, 2003 [xgkids@maqs.net] Total records = 19.

To reach this cemetery from Millen, GA, take Hwy 23 north about 2 miles, then turn right on Hiltonia Rd. and continue for about 8� miles (or .7 mile southwest of Fred Chance Rd. on Hiltonia Rd).

This cemetery owned and maintained by the Bragg family. It is well maintained and closely adjacent to Hiltonia Rd.

I have transcribed Jan 09, 1998 from all known tombstones.

- Larry L. Ketchum

Bragg, Inf. Son, no dates
Bragg, Infant, b. 14 Oct 1885, d. 14 Oct 1885, s/o J. & S. Bragg
Bragg, Infant, b. 28 Aug 1912, d. 28 Aug 1912, s/o Grover & Ida Bragg
Bragg, Jane Harper, b. 29 Apr 1918, d. 12 Jan 1935
Bragg, Jasper, b. 18 Dec 1842, d. 22 Nov 1925
Bragg, Susan, b. 30 Oct 1847, d. 10 Feb 1910, w/o Jasper Bragg
Bragg, Wiley, no dates, Inf. Dau.
Hires, Cathy, b. 13 Sep 1957, d. 24 Sep 1957, d/o Willie Pierce and Mattie Lee Bragg Hires
Hurst, Dave Thomas, b. 14 Nov 1876, d. 12 Apr 1925, s/w Minnie L. Hurst
Hurst, Minnie Lee, b. 4 Oct 1885, d. 13 Jan 1970, s/w Dave T. Hurst
McCoy, Mary Wallace, b. 19 Jul 1836, d. 26 Oct 1923
McCoy, William, b. 16 Nov 1832, d. 23 May 1859
McMillan, Fannie Trader, b. 13 Sep 1864, d. 2 Feb 1931
Murphy, Eddie, Jr, b. 7 Mar 1933, d. 27 Jul 1933
Murphy, Katie E., b. 23 Jul 1927, d. 26 Jul 1927
Murphy, Miriam G., b. 28 Apr 1934, d. 24 Mar 1935
Murphy, Rodney M., b. 17 Mar 1938, d. 9 Jun 1939
Newton, Nina Estelle, b. 1 Feb 1923, d. 8 Apr 1929
Sharpe, Susan C., b. 11 Jul 1917, d. 5 Jun 1918, d/o Mr. & Mrs. R.D. Sharpe

3-grave plot marked by red bricks
2-blank concrete slabs
1-grave marked by border of red bricks
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