Denman Family Cemetery

Photographed by:   , Transcribed by:    February 2007
 
Directions:   From I-75, take the Chatsworth/White Exit 293 and follow US-411 N for 8 miles. Turn left at GA-140-Br and travel 1.5 mi, then turn slightly right at GA-140. Stay on GA-140 for 2.7 miles; then turn left onto Gum Springs Lane. The cemetery is on a steep hill on the left and is on private property.
 
GPS / Map:  34.358317 -84.781983 Elevation: 851'
 
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Name Birth Death Inscription / Comments
Beaman, L.R.one dateJun 16, 1875Age 50 yrs
Denman, Felix Sep 2, 1797Jul 19, 1861   add'l image
Denman, Nancy C.Aug 4, 1796Jun 15, 1881Marker lying flat on ground
Thompson, Festusno dates  Inf. s/o Rev. G.T. & Mrs. J.A. Thompson; Aged 8 mos 2 days

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:
  Veterans Benefits & Services
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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