Old KIMBERLY Family Cemetery
The following 14 graves appear to have been moved (my notes are in italics)
* Charles Edward Kimberly 1828/1893, served in the C.S.A. Co. E, 27th Ga. Infantry
* wife of Charles Edward Kimberly
Almeater B. Kimberly
* 1st wife of Charles Edward Kimberly, the son of Charles & Evelyn Kimberly. Maiden name: Beasley
* son of Charles & Almeater Kimberly
Morris E. Kimberly
*son of Sherman Edward Kimberly, accidentally shot while on a Thanksgiving family hunting trip by a Beasley cousin.
Edna E. Kimberly
* wife of Morris E. Kimberly
Mary Jewel Brooks
Isaac D. Kimberly
*Isaac Dickson Kimberly, son of James Marion & Nancy Anne Kimberly
*Interesting note: Isaac is listed on the original papers as having been moved from the old Kimberly Cemetery, however he did not die until 1980
Child of Ike Kimberly
*Not listed on some documents, listed on others, has grave stone reading ‘Child of Ike Kimberly’ at Forest Hills
Baby of Ike Kimberly
*daughter of Charles Edward Kimberly, married John W. Anderson
Cintea K. Anderson
*Karen Smith’s notes: daughter of Mary
*Not listed on some documents, listed on others, has grave stone reading ‘Unknown Baby’ at Forest Hills
Forest Hills - Kimberly Family tombstones surveyed and pictured 18 November 1989 by Gayle Lee-Johnson and Jennifer
Johnson. Gayle looks forward to correspondence with family and can be reached at email@example.com -- Much thanks and
appreciation to Karen Smith, whom we consider to be ‘the guru’ of Kimberly information!
*Note: While the uprooting of an old cemetery is a tragedy in and of itself, the Kimberly and other related families now face the certainty that two more of its beautiful and historical resting
places are about to meet the same fate. It appears that the airport needs more runways and that more of our ancestors are in the way. Flat Rock Baptist Church Cemetery and the old Hart Family Cemetery are both slated to be either moved or find themselves surrounded by planes taking off and landing. These two graveyards contain hundreds of grave sites, both marked and unmarked.
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