Friends of Baldwin County Cemeteries, Inc.
A non-profit, 501(c)(3), organization dedicated to the preservation
|Robert Ivey family cemetery
Location: From the Baldwin County Courthouse, go east on Hancock St. one block. Turn right (south) on Wayne St., which becomes Business 441S. Follow Business 441S for approximately 4 miles to the intersection of Hwys 441 and 243. At this intersection, 441S goes left and highway 243 (the Gordon Highway) goes straight. Go straight and follow 243 south. Proceed 2.0 miles to Road 470 (Pancras Rd.). Bear right on Pancras Rd. and proceed approximately 2.2 miles to the corner of Pancras and McCullar Weaver Rd. Go .3 mile on Pancras Rd past the corner of Pancras and McCullar Weaver. Turn into the gated driveway and drive .2 mile to behind the house. The cemetery is enclosed in rocks and is behind the house.
No graves were marked in this cemetery. Tradition suggests that this is Robert Ivey's family plot. In approximately 2004, a marker to Robert Ivey was placed in the cemetery by the current owners.
GPS coordinates: 32 59' 58.9" N 83 17' 58.3" W
or in degrees only form: 32.99969° N X 83.29953° W
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Cemetery Status: Inactive
Predominant race: White
Private property. Enter only with permission.
Pictures above are before and after cemetery restoration in approximately 2004.
|Pers. No.||Name||Birth||Death||Inscription and Notes||Service|
|1||Robert Ivey||Apr 2, 1763||Jun 6, 1845||b. NC, d. Baldwin Co., GA.|
m. Elizabeth West in Sept, 1797 in NC.
Believed to be the Robert Ivey grave. Marked in approximately 2004.
| American Revolution|
|2||Elizabeth West Ivey||Mar 22, 1775||Jun 24, 1853||b. NC, d. Baldwin Co, GA.|
m. Robert Ivey Sept, 1797 in NC.