Corbin-Kay Cemetery
 
Photographed by  , Transcribed by Website    April 2007
    6/3/2003 transcribed by Billye Pitner
 
Directions: From I-75 take GA Hwy. 20 East 4.1 miles to Wilderness Camp Rd. Turn right and go .7 miles to the Layton's property on the right and drive approx. 100 yards to the road fork. Take the first left onto a dirt road that leads to the Hightower home. This is a private residence and the cemetery should not be entered without permission by the owner.
 
Note:  The Corbin-Kay Family Cemetery is located in N/E Bartow County in the Corbin Community. It was established March 23rd 1858 on the John Corbin Jr. property by his wife Laura. All of John and Laura's children are buried here, with the exception of William Franklin Corbin. Several of their Kay sons-in-law are also buried here.
 
GPS / Map:  N34 12.467, W84 41.683
 
Name  Birth Death Inscriptions/Comments
Barron, W.H. blank Jun 25, 1915 Age 75 years
Corbin, Ida Aug 16, 1876 Oct 18, 1895  
Corbin, James P. Feb 12, 1844 Dec 11, 1863 1st Serg, Co B, 40 GA Inf, CSA
Corbin, John, Jr. Feb 13, 1816 Mar 23, 1858     add'l image
Corbin, Laura P. Dec 3, 1821 Oct 11, 1840 Marker worn and hard to read   add'l image
Corbin, Margaret C. Dec 8, 1849 Oct 22, 1870  
Corbin, Mary C. Feb 22, 1852 Dec 30, 1886  
Corbin, Sarah M. May 19, 1857 Oct 17, 1870  
Corbin, Warren R.D. blank Oct 24, 1877 Aged 22 yrs, 11 mos, & 6 ds.
Ingram, Charlotte Mar 6, 1821 Aug 9, 1897  
Ingram, Isaac Dec 8, 1818 Sep 5, 1891 Marker broken   add'l image
Kay, Infant Oct 20, 1897 blank d/o W.S. & M.E. Kay
Kay, Infant Apr 28, 1863 blank s/o J.F. & N.J. Kay
Kay, John F. Jan 2, 1839 Feb 14, 1916  
Kay, Luvena E. Jan 20, 1846 Jul 24, 1910 w/o P.W. Kay   add'l image
Kay, Nancy J. Corbin Feb 1, 1842 Jul 8, 1908 w/o J.F. Kay
Kay, P.W. Apr 6, 1841 Feb 12, 1901     add'l image
Kay, W.S. Jan 25, 1871 Aug 16, 1897  
King, Infant Apr 29, 1906 blank s/o W.J. & M.S. King
King, Mary S. Kay Nov 29, 1882 Aug 24, 1915  

If you have information on unmarked graves, please contact so they can be added to the burial list. 
Be sure to reference name of cemetery.
To have a tombstone repaired, or to purchase new one:  Frank Perkins at Cartersville Monument at (770) 386-6777
The VA will provide (or replace broken) headstones/marker/tombstones for soldiers.  Check out their website at:
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Small granite markers can be purchased by calling ... 770-366-2603. Markers are reasonably priced
The information regarding tombstones is provided solely as a convenience for our researchers... Arlene

 

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