Lindsey at Seven Islands Cemetery
Off Lamars Mill Road, Jackson Ga.
Surveyed: 7 June 1999
This Cemetery is thought to be the burial ground for the Seven Island community, which vanished soon after the Civil War. There are at least 100 graves found here but only 4 plainly marked and 3 partially marked. The boundaries are marked by St. Regis Paper Co. markers. The growth of trees within the area indicates that this area has not been disturbed since inception. Numerous field stone markers were noted as well as grave like indention's.
Take GA 16 East, 4.9 miles to Dave Bailey Rd. Turn right. Follow 2 miles to Giles Ferry Road, then left & right onto Lamar's Road & follow to gate. The Cemetery will be on right on private property.
Born in the State of Maryland
Died in Butts County, GA.
1778 - 1851
Uninscribed Stone Crypt
SMITH, Adult Slab
War of 1812
GA 4th SGT Owens Co. GA Mil.
EDWARDS, Nellie B.
Daughter of Polly & E. Edwards
11 Jul 1879 - 1 Aug 1897
EDWARDS, Polly Mrs.
24 Nov 1841 - 13 Dec 1889
LINDSEY, Polly Wise
Wife of Parham Lindsey &
Daughter of Patton & Elizabeth Wise
A faithful woman Slave
to Polly Wise Lindsey
Buried at the feet of her master & mistress
Parham & Polly Lindsey
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