is the slave cemetery for Oak Grove Plantation that was owned by the
Scarlett Family of Glynn County.
As you can see by this photo, it is overgrown, trees and limbs have
fallen, and there are only a handful of grave markers left standing.
It is unknown how many interments there are
in this cemetery, nor where each one is located, let alone who may be
On 3 March 2005, I [Amy Hedrick] surveyed
this cemetery and found 5 markers, and a fenced off location possibly
marking a plot of graves.
According to research done by the Cemetery
Survey Committee spearheaded by Jane Cranshaw, there is one other
tombstone to be found.
Today this land is used as a horse ranch and
is private property. There are several dogs that run loose in the
property at any given moment, and they may be aggressive, so PLEASE get
permission before you visit the cemetery.
To prevent wanton visitors, I will not give
the location of this cemetery, unless requested by people researching