Buzzards Roost Island
Fort King George
Old Sailors Burial Ground
Shellman Bluff Baptist
cemeteries of McIntosh County have been transcribed and recorded by a
group of folks known as the Lower Altamaha Historical Society.
The cemetery book committee was comprised of
Mattie R. Gladstone, Suzanne D. Forsyth, Mariana
D. Hagan, Myrtle Newberry, Tanis Cross,
Lloyd Y. Flanders, Lillian Schaitberger, and
Ellie Legg. This book is available for purchase from the
LAHS. They have also uploaded all of their cemetery research to
It is my intention, to one day visit these
cemeteries to photograph and transcribe them myself. I am under no
circumstances going to copy the hard work of the LAHS in these pages.
Donations of cemetery transcriptions will be
gladly accepted, and greatly appreciated. Right now I am not working
on the cemetery transcriptions, they may be a long time in coming.
Can't find it at
GlynnGen.com? Try searching this website:
The cemeteries of McIntosh county are
comprised of local heroes and dignitaries, to the final resting places of
those that made the county prosper, namely the slaves.
You will find in McIntosh County, the clan
Mackintosh and their descendants, also names that are familiar to you in
surrounding counties, like Gignilliat, Dunwody, Nightingale,
Palmer, Timmons, and
I do have the cemetery book that the LAHS
compiled, and will be glad to do lookups, and I am even willing to visit a
cemetery and photograph it when queries are submitted to me.
This cemetery book was outdated the day it
was printed, for obvious reasons, people die everyday. The cemetery
book has maps of each cemetery drawn, however they read cemeteries
differently than I do, so I have remade the plot maps my way. This
was necessary in many cases, as new burials have occurred.
Brantley County Cemeteries
Glynn County Cemeteries