Friends of Baldwin County Cemeteries, Inc.
A non-profit, 501(c)(3), organization dedicated to the preservation
|Beulah Plantation Cemetery
Location: From the Baldwin County Courthouse, go east on Hancock St. and follow Highway 22 (Sparta Hwy) east for 2 miles. Turn left on Lake Laurel Road. Go 1.3 miles. Turn left on Turtle Shoals Rd. and drive 0.5 mile to its end. Continue straight ahead into the driveway at 401 Turtle Shoals and drive 0.2 mile to the residence at the top of the hill toward the right. The cemetery is located behind this residence and is completely covered in periwinkle.|
GPS coordinates: 33 06' 29.6" W 83 11' 57.6" W
or in degrees only form: 33.10822° N X 83.19933° W
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Cemetery Status: Inactive
Predominant race: Both Black and White
|Pers. No.||Name||Birth||Death||Inscription and Notes||Service|
|1||James Barrow||1757||1828||Unmarked grave.|
He was disinterred and buried at Oconee Hill
Cemetery, Athens, Ga. Dates per genealogy
websites and not confirmed.
| American Revolution|
NC Continental Line
|2||Patience Crenshaw Barrow||1779||1817||Unmarked grave.|
Dates per genealogy websites and not
confirmed. Was disinterred and buried at
Oconee Hill Cemetery, Athens, Ga. Third w/o James Barrow.
|3|| || ||Unmarked graves.|
Perhaps as many as 100 unmarked graves (depressions).