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Brinson Rock Baptist Cemetery
Jenkins County, Georgia

Lat: 32°45'47"N, Lon: 81°53'32"W

Contributed by Larry L. Ketchum, Mar 10, 2003 [xgkids@maqs.net] Total records = 17.

From Millen, GA, go east approximately .5 mile on Hwy 21 to Paramore Hill Rd.; turn right and go 3.25 miles to intersection with Dickey Rd. Church and cemetery are located on the northeast side of this intersection.

This is an African-American cemetery which is owned and maintained by the Brinson Rock Baptist Church. It appears to be active.

I have transcribed Feb 25, 1998 from all known tombstones.

- Larry L. Ketchum

Berriam, Lillie E., b. 15 Jan 1904, d. 30 Sep 1992
Cross, Mrs. Ada, b. 10 Mar 1914, d. 2 Mar 1982
Jones, Micheal [sic] James, b. 28 Oct 1962, d. 29 Sep 1967, concrete slab & heart-shaped headstone
Mack, Joseph, no dates, unmarked child-size concrete slab & concrete crosss
Roberson, Julia, b. 1900, d. 1952
Scott, Edith, b. 1865, d. 1950
Shatteen, Carrie, b. 11 Dec 1911, d. 15 Nov 1976
Shumake, Amos, b. 12 Mar 1912, d. 22 Nov 1978
Shumake, Sylvia Mingle, b. 17 Apr 1910, d. 28 Oct 1982
Smith, Jimmy, d. 12 Aug 1990, age: 48y 5m 28d
Walker, Alfred, b. 14 Oct 1869, d. 14 Apr 1965
Walker, Emmer, b. 1845, d. 1952, age: 107yr
Walker, Johnny, b. 4 Jul 1900, d. 19 Mar 1979
Walker, Susie Lawton, b. 1 May 1904, d. 6 Jul 1960, Wife of Alfred Walker
Williams, Lindsey, b. 1912, d. 1967
Williams, Willie, b. 1904, d. 1967
Wright, Larry D., Sr., b. 13 Sep 1952, d. 25 Jul 1996

19 unmarked concrete slabs
1 square concrete posts mark head & foot of child-size grave

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