From the Hancock County Courthouse, go southwest on Hwy 22 for 2.0 miles. Turn left on Gaissert Church Rd and go for 1.5 miles. Turn left on Sugar Hill Rd and go for 2.3 miles to where it dead ends into Brown Creek Rd. Turn left and go about 100 feet. A field road and a fence should be to your right. Walk down the field road for 0.2 mile to a rise. The cemetery was on this rise.
GPS coordinates: 33 12' 43" N 83 00' 52" W
or in degrees only form: 33.21194° N X 83.01444° WSee location on a Google map in a new window
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Cemetery Status: Inactive
Predominant race: White
The cemetery was destroyed after 1950 by placement of a sawmill on the site. There is no evidence of any graves at this time.
Of note is that there are two similar graves for Sanders Culver and Ann Culver in Knowles Chapel Cemetery. If these are the same people, the graves may have been moved from this site.
Indexer or Contributor: Elizabeth Carr, Russell Poss, and Susan Harrington
Unmarked Grave - Solomon Sanders Culver
Possibly buried here, per Billy Dickens, grt grt grandson. No evidence of grave exists.
Unmarked Grave - Mrs. Ann Knowles Culver
m. Solomon Sanders "Sand" Culver in 1864. Possibly buried here, per Billy Dickens, grt grt grandson. No evidence of grave exists.