Guyton Family Cemetery

Photographed by:   Butch & , Transcribed by:  Website   March 2007
Directions:   From US-411 N turn left onto Johnson Lane SE. The cemetery is located in a cow pasture over the RR tracks on private property.
Note: The cemetery is not fenced and is in the middle of a cow pasture. Many of the markers are overturned and are too heavy to lift while others are unreadable. There are several graves marked only by field stones.
GPS / Map:  34.22555,-84.79305
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Name Birth Death Inscription / Comments
Guyton, J.W.  Apr 8, 1832 Jun 3, 1889     From previous survey found at Bartow History Center
Guyton, Jane (Mrs.) Oct 7, 1813 illegible death date unreadable; w/o Nathaniel F. Guyton; joined the Baptist Church Sep 5, 1868
Guyton, N.F. Apr 9, 1807 Aug 23, 1882 Born in Spartanburg Dist., SC. [Marker broken and laying on ground]   add'l image
Guyton, P.J. Sep 23, 1811 Apr 6, 1875     Aged 63 yrs, 6 mos, 13 days; From previous survey found at Bartow History Center
Guyton, Polley Apr 24, 1841 Apr 19, 1904    add'l image
Guyton, Rebecca Jun 22, 1843 Mar 31, 1907 Marker & base overturned   add'l image
Guyton, Ruthie Aug 9, 1873 Jan 16, 1926    add'l image

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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