3 edition of Dunwoody, Georgia historic cemeteries found in the catalog.
Dunwoody, Georgia historic cemeteries
Phillip B. Anglin
Includes bibliographical references (p. 221) and index.
|Statement||Phillip B. Anglin.|
|Contributions||Dunwoody Preservation Trust.|
|LC Classifications||F294.D86 A54 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||257 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||257|
|LC Control Number||2004107167|
The book was published in April by the University of Georgia Press. Its purpose is to inspire readers to enjoy the beauty, comfort and solace some of the historic gardens in the state can offer. One of the earliest documented European cemeteries in Georgia, Darien’s Old City Cemetery is all but gone today. The Highland Scots who first settled Darien’s predecessor, New Inverness, were buried here. The only preserved section of the cemetery contains the crypts of two Loyalists, enclosed in a brick and stone fence.
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One of Dunwoody's most historic buildings dates from The Ebenezer Primitive Baptist Church, at the corner of Roberts Drive and Spalding Drive, is still active to this date and is also the home to one of the city's oldest cemeteries, where many of the founding fathers of Dunwoody are first public school, Dunwoody Elementary, first stood near the Dunwoody center at the intersection.
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