This is a private family cemetery of one branch of the Scarletts.
Directions will not be given for this cemetery unless you are proven to be a
descendant of said family.
If you face the cemetery and look to your left, a plantation house used to
stand between the big oak trees. It was a two-story home that was torn
down about 10 years ago. I have transcribed this cemetery word for word
and have taken pictures of all of the stones. Some of the stones were
broken due to vandalism, but nothing too serious.
For you navy history buffs, Julian Iverson Scarlett was "lost at sea" on the
S.S. Cyclops and a book has recently been published (2010) about the Cyclops
entitled: "U.S.S. Cyclops" by Marvin W. Barrash.
Surveyed by Amy Hedrick September 2002.