Oconee County GA

Obituary of Wilma Butler

Bishop – Wilma Butler, 81, of 2430 New High Schoals Road, died Wednesday, Sept 2, 1992. Arrangements will be announced by Oconee Chapel Funeral Directors, Watkinsville. Athens Banner-Herald, Athens, GA September 3, 1992

Epps, Roy B. – Obituary

Funeral services for Roy B. Epps, well known Athens business man who died Saturday morning at a local hospital, were conducted from the First Baptist church this morning at 10 o’clock by Dr. J. C. Wilkinson, pastor, and Dr. S. J. Cartledge, pastor of the Central Presbyterian church. Interment was in Oconee Cemetery, Bernstein Brothers …

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Butler, Wilma – Obituary

Wilma Butler, 81, of 2430 New High Schoals Road, died Wednesday, Sept 2, 1992. Arrangements will be announced by Oconee Chapel Funeral Directors, Watkinsville. Athens Banner-Herald, Athens, GA, September 3, 1992

Native American History of Oconee County, Georgia

Oconee County is located in northeastern Georgia. Its county seat is Watkinsville. It is named after the Oconee River, which was named after the Okonee branch of the Creek Indians. To the north of Oconee is Clarke County. It is bounded on the east by Oglethorpe County. Walton County forms its western boundary, while Greene …

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