The earliest grave is that of a Revolutionary War soldier, Major Jonas Fauche, who was in charge of Greene County military operations during the Creek Raids of 1780 . Many prominent people of our state’s history have been laid to rest here. Some of those laid to rest are: Governor Peter Early who served as the governor for Georgia during the height of the Creek War of 1813 to 1814 , Revolutionary War soldiers, Jeremiah Sanford who was a neighbor and close friend of George Washington also serving under him in the Revolutionary War during the siege of Yorktown, and forty-five unknown Confederate soldiers.
A brochure is available at the Greene County Chamber of Commerce.
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