Revolutionary Patriots
 Known To Be Buried In
Oconee County, Georgia

Material taken from “Revolutionary War Patriot Graves in Clarke and Oconee Counties"
 by Dana Anderson, published in the Athens Historian, Volume 11 Fall 2006 pp 3-23.

William Scott Branch (1765 – 1839)
Branch Cemetery off U. S. Highway 441 1 mi south of Bishop GA William Scott Branch Grave

David Elder
(7 Jan 1760 – 4 Aug 1853)
Elder Cemetery off  Elder Mill Road
David Elder Grave

Anderson Fambrough
(10 Jan 1759   –  8 Nov 1815)
Fambrough Cemetery off U. S. Hwy 15 S
near Greene County line
Fambrough pic

James Greer
(15 Jan 1742 – ante 5 Sep 1825)
Buried on the Greer family land
 off GA Hwy 53

John Stroud 1

John Stroud
(1732 – 1805)
Mars Hill Baptist Church Cemetery

John Stroud 1

Philip Tigner
(12 Feb 1758 – 6 Jan 1819)
Buried in family cemetery on Beechnut Lane, near Elder Covered Bridge.

Philip Tigner

William Daniell
(d 5 Sep 1840) Mars Hill
 Baptist Church Cemetery
William Daniell

Stephen Crow
 (28 Feb 1750 – 8 Aug 1830)
 Mars Hill Baptist
Church Cemetery

Stephen Crow

John Nunnally
(12 Feb 1758 – 10 Jun 1825)
Nunnally Cemetery on Bishop Road

Moses Hopkins
(1760 – 6 Jan 1810))
Mars Hills Baptist Church Cemetery

Moses Hopkins

Ben Haygood lived in Oconee County
but was buried in Hancock County, GA.
This is a memorial stone in the cemetery at
 Mars Hill Baptist Church in Oconee County, GA.

Ben Haygood

Sloan (1744 – 1808)

John Barnett
(7 Jun 1762 – 10 Mar 1814)
Buried in family cemetery off
Barnett Shoals Road

William Willoughby
(24 Sep 1759 – ante 2 Nov 1829)
Presumed to be burie d at
Antioch Christian Church

Reverend John Andrew
(14 Sep 175810 Mar 1830)

Mt. Zion Cemetery off  U. S. Highway 441 S
Please see Rev. John Andrew Biographical
for  pictures of the cemetery.

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