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Chapel Hill Cemetery
Winder, Barrow County, Georgia

776 Chapel Spur Rd, Winder, GA

Lat: 33° 58' 27"N, Lon: 83° 40' 53"W

From Barrow County Courthouse (on Broad Street, Winder GA) go south to GA-8 and turn left. The cemetery is three mile from the courthouse, and is on the left side of GA-8, across from Smith Funeral Home and Barrow Memorial Gardens. Turn left off GA-8 at Harold Day Rd., SE, cross the railroad tracks and immediately turn left again onto Chapel Church Spur, NE to get to the cemetery.

Chapel Church Spur Road ends at Cliff Day Road, which curves around the back of the cemetery. There are two driveway that go from Cliff Day Road to Chapel Church Spur Road. One driveway is after Row 14, and the other driveway is after Row 22.

This is not a complete listing of burials! The records below were provided by contributors to Cemetery Records Online. Total records = 6.

Contributor's Index:

Allen, Raphael "Ray" C., b. 27 Nov 1921, d. 9 Feb 1964, GA Sgt Mine Det. Arty Sch WWII, [AH]
Clack, Everett, b. Dec 26, 1902, d. Apr 14, 1922, s/o William A. Clack & Martha Odessa MacDonald, [EC]
Clack, Floyd Ellis, b. Jul 8, 1911, d. Sep 17, 1988, s/o William A. Clack & Martha Odessa MacDonald, [EC]
Clack, Louisa, b. Oct 27, 1916, d. Jun 25, 1918, d/o William A. Clack & Martha Odessa MacDonald, [EC]
Clack, William A, b. 1876, d. 1935, h/o Martha Odessa Macdonald, [EC]
MacDonald, Martha Odessa, b. 1878, d. 1962, w/o William A. Clack, [EC]

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