From exit 29 at Interstate 95 in Brunswick,
take highway 82 west towards Waynesville, Brantley County. About 12 miles
you will come to Post Road, the Golden Isles Speedway will be on your
right. Turn right onto Post Road heading north. About .4 miles on your
left [before the railroad tracks] will be a driveway, with a wooden arm
across it, the cemetery is located on this property.
You must have permission from the land owner
to view the cemetery as this is a private dwelling for several people.
According to Ken Bush, one of the land
owners, there are about two cemeteries for whites, and one for slaves. The
slave cemetery has not been viewed by me as yet. This land was once owned
by the Tison family and was called Coleridge, and was at one time located
in Glynn County before 1921 when Brantley County was formed.
In Memory of ANNE GREENE LEE MITCHELL
JOHN MASON TISON
Nathaniel Raines and
Temperance Jordan Mitchell
Born in Telfair Co., Ga, Feb. 4, 1826,
Died at Bethel Glynn Co. Ga, Mar. 21, 1889
“There is but one Mother, but one such
joy or sorrow, the greatest blessing
known to humanity.”
Erected by her Son
WILLIAM SCOTIA TISON
MEMORY OF JOHN MASON TISON
BORN AT COLERIDGE,
GLYNN COUNTY GEORGIA,
JULY 9th 1817
DIED AT BETHEL
GLYNN COUNTY GEORGIA
NOVEMBER 1st 1882
Located within on the same property.