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Brushy Creek Church Cemetery

Brushy Creek Church Cemetery is the resting place of many of the Taylor and related families. Cader Hancock and Hester Ann Ivey Hancock, the grandparents of Mary Jane Hancock are buried there as are Jacob Joiner and Jincy Graves Joiner her great grandparents through her mother Eda Frances A. Joiner's line. Lucida Sapp Taylor, the wife of Robert Taylor, and granddaughter of Levi Sapp, is buried there w and has a large marker near General Jackson Taylor's family plot. While most of Hiram T. Taylor and Minda Ogletree Taylors children are buried with them at Fellowship, their daughter Missouri, who died as an infant, is at Brushy Creek.  J. D. Miley and Robbie Neal Taylor Miley's son Melvin and their two infant boys are near the Jackson Taylor plot.

The cemetery is located on Brushy Creek Church Road between Sparks and Chaserville in Cook County, Georgia. The cemetery can be reached from Exit 41 on I75 at Sparks, Georgia. Follow Colquett Street east into Sparks from I-75. After Colquett Street crosses US Highway 41 in Sparks it becomes Brushy Creek Road. Follow Brushy Creek Road northerly until you come to the intersection (4 way stop) with County Road 253 (Barneyville Road). Turn right onto CR-253 and follow it until the junction of Brushy Creek Church Road which is on the left. There is a sign for the Brushy Creek Baptist Church at this junction. Turn left and follow Brushy Creek Church Road until you get to the church. The cemetery is at the church.


The iron cross marker, (for Confederate Veterans,) is at the foot of Cader Hancock's grave and his wife Hester Ann Ivey is to the left of him.

The marker of John Taylor and Lovedy Seph Taylor. The grave of Lucinda Sapp Taylor is to the left and back of this marker.

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Georgia Statewide Genealogy Resources:

The Story of Georgia and the Georgia People, 1732 to 1860

Historical Collections of the Georgia Chapters Daughters of the American Revolution. Vol. 2: Records of Richmond County, Georgia

Parts of this web site produced 17 Oct 1999 by
Personal Ancestral File, a product of
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
updated 9 December 2022

Copyright 1999 - 2010 by John R. Taylor


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