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Sardis Cemetery
Sardis Church Road
Macon, Bibb County, Georgia

This is a well maintained church cemetery of a fairly large size. Common
markers found here are upright headstones, footstones, family markers, and
flat markers set flushed with the ground. Prominent artwork consists of
flowers and fraternal symbols. Global Postioning Coordinates are
32°43.034N and 083°42.656W.

The following survey was conducted by Stephanie Lincecum in 2008 for
Southern Graves and the Bibb County, Georgia American History and
Genealogy Project
. Right now, it is a partial listing. I will add to it as time
permits; please check back often.

Be sure to scroll down below the gravestone transcriptions for some additional photos.


NameBornDied Notes
ANDREWS, Lunie HudsonNov 17, 1880July 11, 1954-
ANDREWS, Samuel Clabe-May 22, 1946Age 79
BARFIELD, Edward JewettSept 27, 1894Sept 4, 1938WWV
BARFIELD, Harry MarionJan 8, 1897July 16, 1944WWV
BARFIELD, LenaJan 1, 1878July 27, 1926Wife of J. W. Miller
BARFIELD, Mattie T. FielderNov 27, 1872May 3, 1900Wife of R. Edd Barfield
BARFIELD, Richard EdwardApr 16, 1871May 17, 1947-
BARTLETT, John A. (Pvt.)18261904Co D
10 GA Inf
CSA
BARTON, Carlton W.Feb 28, 1868Dec 24, 1928-
BARTON, Fannie LouSept 11, 1877Dec 27, 1967-
BARTON, Frances HartleyApril 9, 1839Jan 10, 1908Wife of John Barton
BARTON, JohnNov 26, 1812May 2, 1879-
BASS, LindyOct 6, 1930Dec 1, 2006-
BASS, Lucille F.Sept 19, 1898Nov 20, 1971-
BELL, Allie Mae Nowell HudsonApril 23, 1891April 15, 1974-
BOND, John W. Sr.Oct 18, 1858Jan 3, 1946-
BOND, John Wesley Jr.Oct 1, 1892Oct 29, 1974PFC US Army
BOND, Mamie HudsonJuly 29, 191[?]Aug 24, 2002-
BOND, Sfronie MillerSept 7, 1857Nov 18, 1929-
BOND, Wesley DerwardAug 19, 1934Feb 2, 1964-
BRYANT, Grover C.Sept 21, 1889Nov 21, 1957Pap
[s/s Ora Hudson Bryant]
BRYANT, L. W. "Griggs"-July 21, 1936Age 82 Years
BRYANT, Ora HudsonSept 17, 1888Dec 18, 1966Ma-Ma
[s/s Grover C. Bryant]
BUTLER, Anderson C.18671909Uncle Andy
BUTLER, Martha18501937Aunt Matt
BUTLER, Mary18481919Aunt Mae
CALHOUN, Archibald W.Sept 20, 1857Apr 8, 1916-
CALHOUN, Elise MoodyOct 6, 1910Jan 10, 1969-
CALHOUN, ElizaApr 8, 1826May 29, 1907Mother
At Rest
Faithful unto death.
CALHOUN, Eliza U.-Dec 16, 1904Age 84 Yrs.
In Loving Memory
[s/s Orville A. Calhoun]
CALHOUN, George E.Mar 21, 1862June 14, 1909-
CALHOUN, Inez MorganApril 8, 1913June 16, 2001-
CALHOUN, J. P.July 10, 1889Jan 19, 1922Son of A. W. & L. P. Calhoun
CALHOUN, J. W.Sept 22, 1810Oct 29, 1891Father
At Rest
Yet when the body and the tomb are dust,
Still survives the memory of the just.
CALHOUN, John W.-April 2, 1936-
CALHOUN, John Wesley IIINov 24, 1913Aug 14, 1998-
CALHOUN, Kate JohnstonFeb 12, 1880Apr 7, 1955Wife of John W. Calhoun
CALHOUN, Lizzie PratorJune 24, 1864Nov'r 7, 1923Wife of A. W. Calhoun
CALHOUN, Orville A.-Sept 21, 1868Age 41 Yrs.
In Loving Memory
[s/s Eliza U. Calhoun]
CALHOUN, Phyllis M.Sept 29, 1939Sept 18, 2007Our family chain is broken,
And nothing seems the same,
But as God calls us one by one,
The chain will link again. [additional decorative stone]
CALHOUN, William AngusFeby 4, 1844July 8, 1925-
CALHOUN, William W. Jr.Sept 18, 1935Feb 20, 1996-
CALHOUN, William Walter Sr.Nov 8, 1894May 5, 1983US Army
World War I
CARNEY, Martha UnderwoodJune 29, 1834Jan 23, 1927Mother
CARREKER, Elvira Desourous-Aug 6, 1905Auntie
Sister of J. W. Calhoun, Sr.
CHANCE, Charlie LesterMar 24, 1889Mar 22, 1914Son of J. A. & E. M. Chance; Gone But Not Forgotten
[Woodmen of the World Memorial]
CHANCE, Emma MathewsMay 22, 1862Jan 11, 1953-
CHANCE, Jesse AsberryJan 7, 1860Apr 8, 1947-
CHANCEY, H. CoburnDec 10, 1912Dec 17, 1988-
CLARK, Paul V.June 20, 1891Oct 11, 1946-
COGGINS, Andrew Virgel18891965[s/s Viola Irvin Coggins]
COGGINS, Viola Irvin[?]1982[s/s Andrew Virgel Coggins]
COLQUITT, Audra NashAug 28, 1904July 6, 1993-
COLQUITT, William S.Mar 17, 1902Feb 3, 1973-
CRAWLEY, Benjamin G.Jan 23, 1900Jan 25, 1968Georgia Pvt US Army World War I
CRAWLEY, Corrie ChanceSept 29, 1900Jan 2, 1984[Snow's Memorial Chapel funeral marker]
DUMAS, Cornelia CalhounApr 5, 1868Oct 10, 1953A True And Loyal Friend
FAIRCHILD, Bernice R.July 27, 1928Dec 12, 2004[s/s Marion L. Fairchild]
FAIRCHILD, Marion L.Nov 2, 1926Nov 6, 1973Florida
Cpl Army Air Forces
World War II
[s/s Bernice R. Fairchild]
FIELDER, __lle AlmaJune 17, 1890July 30, 1890Daughter of I. W. & E. D. Fielder
FIELDER, Herbert T.Oct 17, 1877Nov 22, 1914-
FIELDER, J. W.Feb 14, 1851Dec 3, 1920-
FIELDER, Leon Legrand-June 11, 1879Our Little Lamb
Son of I. W. & E. D. Fielder
Aged 5 mo's. 11 d's
FIELDER, Lonnie C.June 15, 1884Oct 27, 1912Our Son
May He rest in peace.
FINCHER, Anna J. BazemoreOct 16, 1869Dec 15, 1955Wife of Henry I. Fincher
FINCHER, Henry IdusJan 2, 1877Oct 15, 1961-
GRAYDON, Maude EstellFeb 26, 1895Apr 9, 1896Daughter of C. E. & Anna Graydon
HAMMOCK, J. A.Feb'y 20, 1830May 17, 1895A precious one from us has gone,
A voice we loved is stilled;
A place is vacant in our home,
Which never can be filled.
God in His wisdom has recalled
The boon His love has given
And though the body slumbers here,
The soul is safe in Heaven.
HAMMOCK, Sarah EmersonApr 1833Dec 1909Wife of J. Alex Hammock
HAMRICK, Horace Clifford Jr.October 18, 1912September 24, 1993[s/s Nina Bryant Hamrick]
HAMRICK, Nina BryantOctober 27, 1915May 23, 2006[s/s Horace Clifford Hamrick, Jr.]
HARP, Aaron---
HARP, Alice HudsonJan 7, 1909Jan 23, 1977-
HARP, Benjamin GroverMay 24, 1928Nov 8, 1980-
HARP, FlorenceFeb 12, 1885Jan 22, 1960-
HARP, James WilliamAug 11, 1870Apr 5, 1944-
HARP, John MonroeJune 3, 1872Apr 22, 1957-
HARP, Martha MillsDec 20, 1845Dec 30, 1917-
HARP, Mary Elizabeth---
HARP, Mattie LovettJan 3, 1889Feb 15, 1964-
HARP, William HenryApr 13, 1904Nov 15, 1983-
HEARD, Augusta B.Nov 30, 1866Dec 30, 1955-
HEARD, B. A.Oct 5, 1844July 17, 1925-
HEARD, Fannie W.May 10, 1866Feb 3, 1943She hath done what she could. - Mark 14:8
HEARD, Georgia MoselyJune 28, 1854June 23, 1936Wife of J. M. Heard
HEARD, J. H. (Dr.)Oct 15, 1855Nov 2, 1933He proved his faith by his works.
HEARD, J. M.July 13, 1840Sept 17, 1917-
HEARD, Jacob ForemanFebruary 13, 1815February 1, 1891I Know That My Redeemer Liveth
HEARD, Mary ElizabethJuly 17, 1822August 6, 1901I Know That My Redeemer Liveth
HEARD, RebeccaOct 3, 1849Apr 30, 1931-
HEARD, Walter J. (Eld.)Nov 15, 1860Dec 22, 1925"Hold fast the form of sound words, which thou hast heard of me, in faith and love which is in Christ Jesus."
HERNDON, ArthurJune 2, 1901Feb 12, 1918-
HERNDON, FredJune 10, 1912Sept 11, 1914-
HERNDON, Georgia B.Jan 18, 1879Aug 5, 1950-
HERNDON, Lucy KateNov 12, 1908Jan 14, 1909-
HERNDON, Robert LeeNov 4, 1903June 25, 1917-
HERNDON, Willa C.Sept 7, 1917Sept 8, 1925-
HERNDON, William H.July 29, 1872Apr 20, 1945-
HERRITAGE, Adelaide-Jan 19, 1914Wife of W. M. Herritage, Sr.
Age 86
HERRITAGE, H. B.Sept 4, 1896_______ 1899Son of W. M. & Martha T. Herritage
HERRITAGE, Maggie InezMar 24, 1894_______ 1905Daughter of W. M. & Martha T. Herritage
[For an obituary, please visit Death of a Little Girl]
HERRITAGE, Martha Leola ThamesMay 5, 1866Mar 21, 1935Wife of W. M. Herritage
HERRITAGE, W. E.May 30, 1887Oct 26, 18[90?]Son of W. M. & Martha T. Herritage
HERRITAGE, William MartinApr 29, 1855Jan 9, 1938-
HOLLAND, Leila ChanceMar 20, 1886May 7, 1927-
HOLLEMAN, Clifford AngusFeb 3, 1882Jan 29, 1889-
HOLLEMAN, Helen LouiseApr 23, 1881May 29, 1975-
HOLLEMAN, Howard I.Jan 17, 1885Apr 22, 1955-
HOLLEMAN, Lenius B.Sept 7, 1837Sept 26, 1892-
HOLLEMAN, Susan E. CalhounNov 10, 1848Dec 5, 1890Wife of L. B. Holleman
HOLLOWAY, Pearl Skipper HoltMay 16, 1887Dec 16, 1973-
HOLT, Ernest PatrickJan 7, 1877Dec 12, 1918-
HOLT, FlorenceJuly 21, 1885Sept 20, 1888Daughter of T. G. & E. F. Holt
A precious one from us has gone
A voice we loved is stilled;
A place is vacant in our home,
Which never can be filled.
HOLT, Florence ElizabethAug 5, 1849Oct 25, 1919Mother
HOLT, Kathleen CalhounNov 10, 1900Sept 10, 1927-
HOLT, Nannie Katherine-May 11, 1942-
HOLT, Stella SiskFeb 21, 1875Dec 16, 1956-
HOLT, Thaddeus GoodeSep 25, 1842Feb 3, 1902Father
HOLT, Thaddeus Goode Jr.July 31, 1875Nov 28, 1943-
HOWELL, Carrie BellDec 30, 1884Feb 17, 1950-
HOWELL, Leon BernardApr 1, 1909Mar 15, 1956-
HOWELL, Needham LeeMay 29, 1879Sept 17, 1953-
HOWELL, Walter EmmettNov 27, 1907Feb 23, 1993-
HUDSON, Allie MaloneFeb 13, 1879May 28, 1947[s/s James M. Hudson]
HUDSON, Andrew F. Jr.Sept 18, 1914Apr 9, 1988A Beloved Husband And Daddy
HUDSON, B. F.June 29, 1843Feb 6, 1924Father
[s/s Martha A. Hudson; For more information, please visit Hudson Family]
HUDSON, Bertha [Mae] A[ultman]Nov 9, 1894Jan 14, 1974[Full name contributed by Carolina Rucks...Thanks!]
HUDSON, Bertha StokesOct 18, 1899Apr 14, 1991MaMa
HUDSON, Cawley ClintonJan 9, 1896Feb 11, 1974Georgia Sgt US Army World War I
HUDSON, Cherry N.July 18, 1924Feb 27, 1953"Surely A Prince And Great Man Is Resting"
HUDSON, Edgar Nowell "Pat"Mar 17, 1900May 15, 1980-
HUDSON, Edgar T.July 6, 1922Mar 31, 1927Our Darling
Son of E. N. & Thelma D. Hudson
HUDSON, James ClintonOct 6, 1920July 8, 1935-
HUDSON, James M.Jan 15, 1872Apr 13, 1954[s/s Allie Malone Hudson]
HUDSON, Martha A.Dec 19, 1849Mar 4, 1919Wife of B. F. Hudson
Mother
[s/s B. F. Hudson; For more information, please visit Hudson Family]
HUDSON, Mattie N.18791909Mother
HUDSON, Nellie V.Jan 17, 1922July 20, 1977Darling Wife And Mother
HUDSON, Otis M.July 15, 1882Feb 11, 1916[s/s Wm. Havis Hudson; For more information, please visit Hudson Family]
HUDSON, R. Edgar18731922Father
HUDSON, Robert BernerMar 3, 1898June 22, 1965Daddy
HUDSON, Thelma CherryJune 18, 1897Dec 3, 1987-
HUDSON, William A.Aug 3, 1888Apr 10, 1916-
HUDSON, William F.Oct 30, 1914June 23, 2005-
HUDSON, Wm. HavisFeb 2, 1886Feb 7, 1919[s/s Otis M. Hudson; For more information, please visit Hudson Family]
JACKSON, Crowell G.April 14, 1883Aug 22, 1951Daddy
JACKSON, Mary KneeceApr 2, 1900Nov 2, 1980Mama
JOHNSON, Charles H.Jan 27, 1840July 20, 1905-
JOHNSON, Cicero Tharpe18471920Father
[s/s Mary Jane Johnson]
JOHNSON, Mabel A. Carney ClarkMar 5, 1902Sept 30, 1976-
JOHNSON, Mary Ann JonesFeb 25, 1850Sept 1, 1935Wife of Charles H. Johnson
JOHNSON, Mary Jane18561914Mother
[s/s Cicero Tharpe Johnson]
JONES, Minnie H.18781958MaMa
KEMP, Scynthia A.May 27, 1854Aug 22, 1905Wife of W. B. Kemp
A Faithful Wife,
A Fond Mother.
[For an interesting story involving Scynthia Hammock, please visit "A Marriage, a Killing, a New Name, & a New Life: William Warren Peavy's Story"]
LANCASTER, Ronald DavidAug 29, 1945Mar 14, 1987L CPL US Marine Corps
Vietnam
LONG, Ollie NowellMar 27, 1878Aug 11, 1914Sister
Wife of C. A. Long
MALONE, Comer ReynoldsApr 25, 1904Mar 14, 1972-
MALONE, Minnie ViolaJune 26, 1881May 24, 1928Mother
MALONE, Myrtle T.Sept 9, 1900Dec 5, 1957Mother
MALONE, Nattie SmithMar 11, 1907Aug 14, 2000-
MCGEE, J. EdwardAug 15, 1915May 14, 1960-
MCGEE, James B.Oct 3, 1874May 16, 1950-
MCGEE, Sara Frances N.May 16, 1885Apr 29, 1967-
MCKENNEY, Albert Sidney JohnsonApr 7, 1862May 11, 1919-
MCKENNEY, Lula Calhoun-Mar 21, 1932Wife of A. S. J. McKenney
MILLER, John William Sr.July 3, 1863Aug 13, 1939-
MILLER, Luther F.July 19, 1898Sept 30, 1928-
MITCHELL, JohnSept 11, 1812Feb 18, 1880-
MITCHELL, Mary JaneApril 6, 1824Jan 6, 1894Wife of John Mitchell
MOORE, EulaJan 6, 1866Sept 12, 1915Wife of J. W. Miller
MOSELY, Lillie L. "Bit"June 14, 1916May 5, 2000-
NASH, Annie Lou--In Memory of Our Mother
Who Was Interred In Trinidad, Colo.
Feb 23, 1919
NASH, B. E.May 24, 1902July 26, 1942At Rest
NASH, Emma LouOct 18, 1900Dec 30, 1976-
NASH, T. A.Oct 15, 1872May 29, 1949Our Father
NOWELL, Edgar MiltonDec 23, 1923Jan 8, 1926-
NOWELL, Isham W.Nov 26, 1852Oct 28, 1927Father
NOWELL, James L.Feb 11, 1913June 22, 1913Son of L. C. & Lillie Nowell
NOWELL, Lillie TynerDec 25, 1886Jan 11, 1992MaMa
NOWELL, Littleton C.July 11, 1888Nov 2, 1967PaPa
NOWELL, Myrtle MaeMay 8, 1921Sept 29, 1921-
NOWELL, Salatha ComerJan 24, 1858Dec 14, 1933Mother
NOWELL, Willie Lee O'NealOct 14, 1915Dec 8, 1945Wife of L. F. Nowell
PENNINGTON, Yvonne CrawleyNov 9, 1924Apr 25, 1982-
PHILLIPS, MorganDec 18, 1890Jan 13, 1957Cpl 30 Co TRANS Corps
World War I
PHILLIPS, Willie T.Nov 25, 1891Apr 1, 1983-
REYNOLDS, Elder John ThomasNov 5, 1845Dec 22, 1932Father
Bold as a lion and harmless as a dove.
[s/s Mary Emma Reynolds]
REYNOLDS, Mary EmmaJan 5, 1839May 28, 1912Mother
Bold as a lion and harmless as a dove.
[s/s Elder John Thomas Reynolds]
SADLER, Louise MaloneJune 13, 1925Sept 12, 1990Mother
SANDERS, Jerry MyersJune 15, 1872Oct 20, 1918-
SANDERS, Lizzie BondAug 24, 1881Mar 17, 1949-
SANDERS, Samuel H.Aug 11, 1912June 1, 1982-
SIMMONE, Mrs. Hattie18951982-
TAYLOR, Horace HarrisonMay 9, 1915Aug 6, 1998Daddy
TUCKER, Clinton HardisonSept 24, 1894Mar 9, 1971Georgia
PFC 55 Service Co SIG
World War I
[s/s Florence Hudson Tucker]
TUCKER, Florence HudsonJune 12, 1902Mar 7, 1926[s/s Clinton Hardison Tucker]
UPCHURCH, Charlotte CalhounApr 17, 1941Jan 16, 1992-
WARLICK, Inez KneeceOct 19, 1912Aug 5, 1993-
WHITESIDE, Ja[me]s A.Columbus, GA July 28, 1835Rutland, GA Jany 30, 1891Asleep in Jesus
WHITESIDE, James D.Macon, GA Sept 12, 1870Whiteside, GA Dec 12, 1915Son of Jas A. Whiteside
My Grace is sufficient.
WHITESIDE, John DuncanNov 11, 1904Oct 7, 1918Son of J. D. & Pearl M. Whiteside
WHITESIDE, Pearl McCowenMay 1, 1874Oct 21, 1935Wife of James D. Whiteside
WHITESIDE, Sacca A. BarfieldSept 22, 1833Feb 24, 1903Wife of J. A. Whiteside
WYCHE, NoraFeb 22, 1862Aug 10, 1898Wife of S. C. Wyche
A precious one from us has gone.
A voice we loved is stilled;
A place is vacant in our home
Which never can be filled.
God in His wisdom has recalled,
The boon her love has given.
And though the body slumbers here,
Her soul is safe in Heaven.


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