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Ben Hill County, Georgia was named after Benjamin Harvey Hill, a prominent Confederate senator, the county was established on February 25, 1906. With its county seat in Fitzgerald, Ben Hill County spans an area of approximately 251 square miles and is home to a population of around 17,000 residents.

Ben Hill County cemetery records are valuable to genealogists, historians, and individuals interested in tracing their roots or researching local history. These records typically include burial dates, names of the deceased, birth and death dates, and sometimes additional information such as relationships, military service, and notable accomplishments. The cemetery records can provide a wealth of information for those looking to uncover family connections, confirm ancestral ties, or delve into the lives of the county's early settlers.

Ben Hill County cemetery records not only allow individuals to learn about their own family history but also provides a broader perspective on the county's development, demographics, and social fabric. By piecing together the information from these records, researchers can gain a better understanding of the county's historical patterns, migration trends, and cultural heritage.

Cemetery records published here were acquired from Ben Hill County, GA cemeteries, churches, municipalities, associations and genealogists specifically for family history and local history research.

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