McEver Family Cemetery

Submitted by:    5/2007 
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Note:  Mike took these photos in 1999 or 2000 on a visit to Bartow County.  As you can see, this cemetery is in terrible condition.  We will need special volunteers to try to photograph the remaining tombstones.  Obviously this is a cemetery that would be best to work in the winter due to snakes. 
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McEver Cemetery from the road

This is what you would see from the road. If you are traveling away from Richards Rd. on Cass-Pine Log Rd, it will be on your left, just past the first house on the left.

McEver Family Cemetery

This an overview of the downed trees and most of the graves. If you look closely to the left and between the to horizontal downed trees, you can see the wrought iron fence around one of the sisters, Isabella or Margaret (at least as best I remember that’s who would be there).

Possibly Brice McEver's Grave

Stone covered grave that I think is Brice McEver’s, but once again my memory may be failing me.

McEver Cemetery - Inside wrought iron fence

Inside the wrought iron fence, once again, one of the sisters.



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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