Jordan Wilson Camp Cemetery

Survey given to Ralph and Jane Ayers by Miss Gertrude Hughes - date not given. Has not been verified by PCCPC

Directions: This cemetery is located off the Old Esom Hill Road in the western half of the county

[Information in brackets [] has been added to help researchers]

CAMP, Mollie J
In Lovin Memory of our sister
4. Feb. 1861
23. Nov. 1915
6. Dec. 1812
23. Jun. 1881
w/o J W CAMP
Born in Morgan County, GA Died in Clarkston, GA
6. Apr. 1824
21. Jun. 1898
CAMP, Joseph A
24. Apr. 1852
6. Jun. 1874
CAMP, Infant
I/o Jordan W & Ann G CAMP

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