Location: From the Baldwin County Courthouse, go one block east on Hancock to Wayne St. Turn right (south) on Wayne St. Go 3 blocks to Franklin St. Turn left (east) on Franklin. Go 2 blocks to Elbert St. Continue on Franklin crossing Elbert St and turn on the 1st dirt road (Warren St.) to the right. Go 0.2 mile. Near the end of road is the cemetery. Cemetery is behind house numbered 610. Cemetery is within a decaying granite wall.
GPS coordinates: 33 04' 30.4" N 83 13' 09.4" W or in degrees only form: 33.07511° N X 83.21928° W See location on a Google map in a new window (NOTE:The map opens in a new window. The cemetery will be at the location indicated by a red marker.)
GMD: 320 Cemetery Status: Inactive Predominant race: White 1st City Cemetery
Oct 4, 1761 - Apr 13, 1822
"A plain man of inflexible integrity who did equal justice to all people. He was revered by his friends and adored by his numerous family". Military Service: Major on stone. Was commissioned major of 3rd Bn, Ga.Militia Feb 19, 1801, per Hist. of Ga Mil Vol I. Click for more info.
John Howard Rutherford
Jan 3, 1811 - Sep 16, 1814
"Remembrance of the Interred" Probable s/o Eliza Howard Rutherford and Robert Rutherford, per Anne Barrett Chamlee Click for more info.
Apr 19, 1821 - Aug 1, 1822
d/o Charles & Anna V. Williamson. After a short illness with croup. Age 1 yr, 3 mo, 13 days. [Her mother, Ann(a) V. Howard Williamson was d/o of John Howard, per eds.] Click for more info.