Survey by Michael & Doris Robbins November 13, 2003. Verified by Volunteers
Directions: From Cedartown take Hwy 27 south about 6 miles. Just before you reach Grogan Road, the grave site will be on the right in a clump of trees. (One large oak trees surrounded by pines, about 50 feet off the four lane)
The double marker is hard to see in the summer, but can barely be seen in the winter.
[Information in brackets  has been added to help researchers]
Name Comments Birth Date Death Date RICHARDS, Elizabeth "Mother" ------- 28 May 1880 RICHARDS, Henry "Father" ------- 10 Aug 1874
There was a baby's grave, but it was moved to an unknown location.
This page was last updated Sunday, 23-Aug-2015 10:35:15 MST
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