Whatley Family Cemetery
Survey by Ralph and Jane Ayers - date not given.
Directions: This cemetery is located in Collard Valley on the Wyatt Road and was about 200 fett from the site of the Old Lula Hurst home. It is hidden in a clump of beautiful box woods. It is northeast of Cedartown, Georgia.
There are two unidentified grave stones.
[Information in brackets  has been added to help researchers]
NAME COMMENTS BIRTH DEATH GAMMON, Richard 4. Nov. 1825 25. Dec. 1900 WHATLEY, W O B 12. Dec. 1811 16. Oct. 1863 WHATLEY, Mrs Elizabeth LUMPKIN w/o W O B WHATLEY 8. Jul. 1817 10. Jan. 1872 WHATLEY, W L 17. Sep. 1846 25. Mar. 1860 WHATLEY, T S 22. Dec. 1848 8. Jul. 1869 WHATLEY, E A 25. Jan. 1905
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