Harris Cemetery, Carsonville, Taylor County, Georgia

  • Thomas S Raines 4/20/1888 – 12/24/ 19–
  • Emily A Raines 5/22/1828 – 8/16/1887
  • W T Foy 1889-1923
  • Catherine Hammock Riley 1844- 8/26/1923
  • Miss Amanda Brown – writing blurred
  • Archibald Gray 5/3/1782 – 1/12/1840
  • Cynthia H Gray Oct. 1789 – 1841
  • Gray — illegible
  • J J Gray 1816-1862
  • Wife of J J Gray 1820-1877
  • Leonard Radney 7/5/1808 (?) 12/25/1915
  • Dora Beland 3/3/1834 – Oct. 1903 (or 1908)
  • Henrietta Riley 7/30/1919 age 79
  • James Harris 8/10/1886 – 5/14/1890
  • Joshua (Green?) Harris 4/29/1879 – 6/28/1883
  • Mattie Eugenia Harris, daughter of Thomas and Emily A Raines 4/19/1853 – 7/5/1893
  • James Harris, oldest son of Joshua and Joanna Harris 10/12/1841 – 5/9/1919
  • Thomas J Harris 1874 – 1917
  • Joel Walker, son of W J Walker and Annie Raines Walker 1/14/1890 –
    9/20/1890

There are three graves in high rock wall, unreadable except for the name
“Sachee”

Many many graves with large stones as markers – no names – many graves fallen in. Several with tombstones had heavy iron fences around them. This cemetery is in the woods, overgrown with vines.

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1 thought on “Harris Cemetery, Carsonville, Taylor County, Georgia”

  1. Angela Sowell Gordon

    This cemetery has since been cleared of undergrowth and vines. A nice wooden fence has been erected around the cemetery after the surrounding timber had been logged. It is located on 8 Point Road, a dirt road stretching between Montford Road and Highway 19. The dirt road splits part way down and Harris Cemetery is located on the left-hand split.

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