The Mormon Tomb Index
The Gadsden County, Florida, Tomb Index was produced by Members of The Quincy Branch of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. The project was started in 1957 and completed on January 26, 1962.
|Gadsden County Cemeteries|
|Advant (maybe Avant?)Cemetery|
Shown on 1999 Gadsden County Cemetery Survey as being abandoned with 3 graves. Location:
about 1 mile off Brickyard Rd. GPS: 30-29-252/084-27-404, Section 15, Township 4N, Range 3W
Antioch Church Cemetery, Wetumpka|
Excerpted from The Mormon Tomb Index, burials listed only up through April 1957.
This cemetery has been re-surveyed and photographed in 2007, and work is
ongoing to get the photos and the rest of the graves since 1957 on this site.
|Around The Bend Cemetery|
Shown on 1999 Gadsden County Cemetery Survey as being abandoned with no markers. Location:
down L and M Lane off Hwy. 272. GPS: 30-39-400/084-36-410, Section 15, Township 4N, Range 3W
|Barber Cemetery, Concord (African-American section)|
Barber Cemetery, Concord (White Section)
Located on the Concord-Bainbridge Road about 2 miles north of the Concord community
crossroads and about one mile south of the Georgia State Line, on the east side of the road.
|Bear Creek Cemetery|
On Hwy. 65B, two miles from S.R. 267. GPS 30-29-774/084-39-157
Lot 54, Little River Survey
|Beard Cemetery, Midway with tombstone photos|
Bethel Cemetery, on Pine Grove Church Road|
Updated survey March 2011 and tombstone photos
Black - Mosely Cemetery and Photos|
Old Federal Road at junction with Bear Creek Rd., Wetumpka area
|Bloomfield Cemetery near Hardaway|
Located at end of Phillips Rd. off Hardaway Road (Hwy. 268). Tombstone photos have been taken and will be added soon.
GPS: 30-38-456/084-44-422, Section 21, Township 3N, Range 5W
|Bonnie Hill Cemetery|
On top of hill off Dalton Rd., two miles down.
GPS 20-39-195/084-51-542, Section17, Township 3N, Range 6W
|Brooks Cemetery, off Rowan Road, near Sycamore, with photos|
|Burns Cemetery (see Thompson-Burns Cemetery below)|
Butler Cemetery, near Concord|
Left side of the Cairo-Concord Road, going from Fairbanks Ferry Road, Concord
|Butler Family Cemetery north of the Hinson community|
GPS 30-32-582/084-23-133, section 36, township 3N, range 2W
|Campground Cemetery, with photos|
Located off High Bridge Road between Midway and Quincy just north of I-10.
GPS 30-32-582/084-23-133, Section 36, Township 3N, Range 2W
Approximately 100 graves, active African-American cemetery.
Colson Cemetery, Hardaway Road, immediately east of Lincoln Rd.|
Tombstone photos added July 2011.
Concord Cemetery and Photos|
Off of Fairbanks Ferry Road, Concord
Shown on 1999 Gadsden County Cemetery Survey as being abandoned, with no graves showing, but
a Cook infant and a prisoner are supposed to be buried near this GPS location: 30-35-237/084-47-367.
Location: Off Philips Rd. off Hwy. 268 (appears on map to be within 1 mile of William Edwards Cemetery
in Section 21, Township 3N, Range 5W.
Shown on 1999 Gadsden County Cemetery Survey as being abandoned, with approximately
50 graves, old graveyard, probably slaves. Location: off Brickyard Road, south of Midway in
woods. GPS: 30-29-253/084-26-699, in Section 16, Township 2 North, Range 2 West.
Cox Family Cemetery, north of Quincy, with photos|
Off Hwy 65, six miles north of Quincy
To honor the memory of those killed in the explosion of the CSS Chattahoochee, May 27, 1863
Shown on 1999 Gadsden County Cemetery Survey as being maintained, with two graves. Location: Hwy. 65 N.
on right side of road. GPS: 30-39-422/084-33-898, in Section 18, Township 3 North, Range 3 West.
|Dogtown Road Unnamed African American Cemetery|
This is a link to the Jackson County GenWeb site, which has a 2001 cemetery survey.
Eastern Cemetery was re-surveyed and photographed by Angela Cassidy in 2006, but the
index is not completed because the photographs of the tombstones are still being edited.
Click on this Index to see an alphabetized list of names extracted
from the Mormon Tomb Index (these burials are 1957 and before).
Three miles east of Chattahoochee on U. S. Hwy. 90, in woods on north side of road,
about where the 4-lane highway ends. Section 36, Township 4 North, Range 6 West.
Edwards, William, Cemetery, Sawdust, with photos|
The descendants and relatives of William and Honora Darby Edwards. This cemetery
is located at the end of Primrose Lane off of Hwy. 65 south of S.R. 12, west of Quincy
|Fain Hill graveyard|
Shown on 1999 Gadsden County Cemetery Survey as having approximately four graves that are maintained.
Location by STR and road directions do not match. Hwy 267 does not go through or near Section 29, but this
is what the survey says: On Hwy 267 three miles out. GPS: 30-36-779/084-35-443, in Section 29, Township
3 North, Range 4 West
|Faircloth Cemetery in woods south of Hardaway Road opposite McMillian Road.|
Three memorial stones photographed March 2011.
in woods at back side of a field off Hardaway Road, immediately east of Atwater Road.
GPS: 30-38-770/084-46-180, Section 19, township 3 North, Range 5 West
Tombstone photos have been added.
First Elizabeth Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery|
1030 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., Quincy, FL 32333. Photos of the church and
some landscape views of the cemetery. This cemetery has not been indexed yet.
Flat Creek Cemetery|
This cemetery was photographed in 2006, and the photos
are finally on, as well as an alphabetical index of names.
Florida State Hospital Cemeteries|
These cemeteries are located on the Florida State Hospital GenWeb page.
Friendship Cemetery/Old Friendship Cemetery|
GPS: 30-34-384/084-37-627, Section 9, Township 2 North, Range 4 West
|Gilcrease Cemetery, near Gretna (also see Smith Cemetery)|
Gee Family Cemetery, outside of Quincy, with photos|
At the end of Moore Road off of High Bridge Road southeast of Quincy and west out of Midway.
Greensboro Community Cemetery|
New Survey on December 27, 2008. Updated and new photos added March 27, 2011.
On 1999 Gadsden County Cemetery Survey. Approximately 500 graves, 80% abandoned.
Location: Hwy. 159 (Dogtown Rd.) about 1.5 miles below the Georgia State Line.
GPS: 30-40-846/084-30-194, Section 2, Township 3 North, Range 3 West
Hopewell AME Cemetery, China Hill Community, near Havana|
Photos March 21, 2009 of church and cemetery. No tombstone photos. Survey from year 2000.
Gregory, Jason, Cemetery, Quincy, with photos|
Off of Harbin Road, Quincy.
|Gregory, Jesse, Cemetery|
|Gunn Cemetery, Sawdust Community|
Land purchased by Billy Register and cemetery renamed Magnolia Hill (below).
Hardaway Assembly of God Church Cemetery, on north side of Hardaway Road|
Tombstone photos have been taken and will be added as soon as possible.
Hillcrest Cemetery, Quincy|
Excerpted from The Mormon Tomb Index, burials only up through April 28, 1957
|Hinson graveyard, near Concord|
On 1999 Gadsden County Cemetery Survey, and says approximately 10 graves, neglected. The little fenced
area has only two stones at this time: Sgt. Bartlett Hinson and Margaretta Hinson, whose information is with
the Barber Cemetery index. The Hinson descendants across the road do maintain this graveyard.
|Hinson Cemetery, Hinson Community, with photos|
|Hinson-Woodbery Cemetery, Dogtown Community, with photos|
|Hopewell AME Cemetery|
|Love, Alexander "Sandy", Cemetery|
|Love, John C., Cemetery, Quincy, and Photos|
|Magnolia Hill Cemetery|
Formerly named the Hand Cemetery and recorded as such in Barbara Boynton's book "Seven Eastern Gadsden
County Cemeteries with Genealogical Information." Land was purchased by Billy Register and the cemetery was
renamed Magnolia Hill. Off Clinton Road, north of Concord community. Called the Hand-Register Cemetery on
1999 Gadsden County Cemetery Survey, which says approximately 10 graves. Only three stones are there now.
GPS: 30-40-408/084-22-179. Section 8, Township 3 North, Range 1 West.
Marlin and Gause Cemetery, on Boykin Road, which is off of Pine Grove Church Road. |
Tombstone Photos added March 2011.
McAlpin Cemetery, near Chattahoochee, on Hardaway Road immediately east of Lincoln Rd.|
Tombstone photos added July 2011.
Mt. Glory Freewill Baptist Church Cemetery|
Updated January 10, 2009, with new entries and photos added. North of Quincy almost at the Georgia State Line
Mt. Pilgrim Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery, with photos|
4730 High Bridge Road near junction with Old Federal Road
Mt. Pleasant Cemetery|
This is a link to the Jackson County GenWeb site on which this index was found. Mt. Pleasant
Cemetery is in the process of being re-surveyed, as of February 2009, and a new index is in the works.
Mt. Zion Baptist Church Cemetery. Updated January 25, 2009 with church photos|
North of Quincy almost at the Georgia State Line
|Nicholson - Freeman Cemetery, near Havana|
|Oak Grove Cemetery, near Mt. Pleasant|
|Old Midway Cemetery, no location information|
Old Philadelphia Church Cemetery, north of Quincy on the west side of Hwy. 65|
I've had this index since I got the web site in 2006, but I couldn't use the format, and I put it on the back burner. However, finally it's done January 30, 2011. It's only up through 2001 when Wayne Carpenter surveyed it. I may update it this summer. Lots of old Quincy names here.
|Owens Cemetery, Dogtown Community|
|Parramore, William H., Cemetery|
Pine Grove Cemetery|
West of Greensboro. This is a partial index based upon photos taken in 2007. Photos of tombstones included. Could use a volunteer to finish photographing this cemetery.
Piney Grove Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery in Rich Bay, near Havana|
5775 Iron Bridge Road. Active African-American cemetery with approximately 100 graves.
|Pittman Cemetery near Lake Talquin|
Providence Baptist Church Cemetery, on Providence Road near Greensboro|
Active white cemetery, maintained. Surveyed in 2003 and updated in 2005 by Gladys Rowan and Wilbur Smith and typed and uploaded May 2011. A few tombstone and people photos.
|Poley Branch or Popular Branch Cemetery|
This cemetery is located beside Fellowship Assembly of God Church
on State Road 12 west of Greensboro at the Liberty County line.
The cemetery was photographed on April 15, 2007.
Rosedale Cemetery, west of Hardaway near Chattahoochee|
White portion only transcribed in Mormon Tomb Index.
|Salem Cemetery, near Havana, with photos|
|Scott Family Cemetery, located at Scotdale|
|Second Elizabeth M. B. Church Cemetery|
Located on Hwy. 270 at the intersection with Hwy. 65 north of Quincy
GPS 30-38-186/084-34-533, Section 19, Township 3 North, Range 3 West
Shelfer Cemetery, near Havana, white section, with some photos|
Shelfer Cemetery, near Havana, black section, with photos
|Shepard Cemetery, off Hardaway Road|
Surveyed March 27, 2011, tombstone photos and map added.
Siloam Cemetery, west of Quincy|
This is a white cemetery on private propery and no longer active.
It needs protection badly. Names excerpted from the Mormon Tomb Index.
|Smith Cemetery off Frances Kelly Road, east of Quincy|
Active African-American cemetery, neglected.
|Smith, Archibald, Cemetery|
|Smith, John "Virginia", Cemetery|
Smyrna Cemetery on Hardaway Road, just west of Lincoln Rd.|
Has Confederate veterans graves. Tombstone photos have been taken and some are online now.
|St. James Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery|
St. James Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery, Scotland|
This is a link to the Jackson County GenWeb site on which this index was found.
|St. John A.M.E. Church Cemetery near Midway|
|St. John A.M.E. Church Cemetery north of Quincy on S.R. 65|
|St. Mary Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery, Sawdust, with photos|
Sunny Dell Cemetery, two miles east of Gretna|
Tombstone photos have been uploaded August 1, 2011.
|Sunnyvale Cemetery in Quincy city limits|
Active, very large, public, African-American cemetery on S. Stewart Street. Partially photographed and indexed.
Sycamore Cemetery, Sycamore Community|
Tombstone photos have been taken of the older part and will be added to this site as soon as possible.
1.2 mi. off Hwy 159 about 1 mi. north of Dogtown on farm of a Mr. Luten
Thompson-Burns Cemetery, Concord, with photos|
Shown on maps as Thompson Cemetery, locally known as the Thompson-Burns Cemetery
Located off of McNair Road between Hwy. 27 north of Havana and Fairbanks Ferry Road, Concord
Turner Cemetery, near Mt. Pleasant|
This is a link to the Jackson County GenWeb site on which this index was found.
This is an African American cemetery that has been destroyed by farming.
|UBA Cemetery, Chattahoochee|
Vickers Cemetery, Concord|
Private family cemetery on Fairbanks Ferry Road 3 miles east of Havana, 2 miles west of Concord. Has tombstone photos, some obituaries, and some photos of people buried there.
Werthington/Weathington Family Cemetery, Providence|
Private family cemetery off Juniper Road. Photographed in November 2010. Tombstone photos added July 2011.
|Western Cemetery, in Quincy city limits|
One block off E. King Street, behind building at 500 W. King Street, owned by City of Quincy
Photographed December 28, 2008, New Index and tombstone photos
|Whittle Cemetery, NW of Greensboro and south of Chattahoochee|
Private family cemetery. New survey in 2010 and tombstone photos added July 2011.
|Williams Cemetery, on Short Street in Quincy|
Private African-American cemetery. Tried to photograph it once, but it was too overgrown.
|Woodberry Cemetery, Dogtown|
On 1999 Gadsden County Cemetery Survey as Hines-Woodberry Cemetery. On maps, it is Woodberry.
Located at Dogtown on the left side of Hwy. 161 about 1/4 mile before the intersection with Hwy. 168.
GPS: 30-39-122/084-29-086. Section 13, Township 3 North, Range 3 West
|Woodbery-Womack Cemetery, near Old Salem|
On maps it is still called Johnston Cemetery, but the name has been changed to Woodbery-Womack Cemetery.
Woodland Cemetery, Havana, with photos, large cemetery owned by the Town of Havana.|
Indexed through 2010 with tombstone photos.
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