Hancock County (Georgia) Cemeteries

Cemetery details

Prince - Boyer Family Cemetery

Prince - Boyer Family Cemetery photo
From the Hancock County Courthouse, go east 2 blocks on Broad St. Turn right on Boland, which becomes Linton Hwy. Travel 10.4 miles, bearing right (after about 8-1/2 miles) at the Linton / Beulah Highway split. The cemetery is on the left of Beulah Hwy.

GPS coordinates: 33 09' 12.1" N 83 02' 12.4" W
or in degrees only form: 33.15336° N X 83.03678° W
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GMD: 117
Cemetery Status: Inactive
Predominant race: White

Indexer or Contributor: Glen and Christy Cook, Thomas Boyer

Number of persons found: 10
Unmarked Adult Slab - C. W. Prince

Could be C. W. Prince, per Thomas Boyer and family records which state that Clara Prince's husband was C. W. Prince.
Grave 1
Clara Boyer Prince
Mar 11, 1871 - May 28, 1936
w/o C. W. Prince (see "Elias Boyer of Hancock County" by Mrs. James J. Muldrow)
Grave 2
Leonidus Lucious Boyer
Jan 1, 1845 - May 27, 1919

Military Service: Confederate States of America
Co. E, 15th Ga. Inf.
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Grave 3
Mary Ann Roberson Boyer
Jan 1853 - 1920
w/o Leonidus Lucious "Shobe" Boyer, per "Elias Boyer of Hancock County" by Muldrow.
Grave 4
George Vardaman Boyer
Apr 9, 1892 - Mar 4, 1942
Dates per "Elias Boyer of Hancock County" by Mrs. James J. Muldrow.
Grave 5
Unmarked Child Grave

Tomb - above ground.
Grave 6
Unmarked Adult Grave

Tomb - above ground.
Grave 7
Unmarked Child Grave

Tomb - above ground.
Grave 8
Whitfield Boyer
1850 - 1923
"Elias Boyer of Hancock County" says he was born in 1848.
Grave 9
Unmarked Graves

Possibly additional graves, but they are no longer visible if they did exist.
Grave 10