Hancock County (Georgia) Cemeteries

Cemetery details

Mosley-Warren Families Cemetery at Berry Place

Mosley-Warren Families Cemetery at Berry Place photo
From the Hancock County Courthouse, go southwest on Hwy 22 for 7.2 miles to the intersection of Hwy 22 and Main Street in Devereux. Turn right on a backward fork onto Main Street and go 0.2 mile. Turn left and follow Church Street for 0.3 mile until it merges into Jones Chapel / Devereux Rd. Go left on Jones Chapel / Devereux Road and follow it for about 0.3 mile. The old Berry Place home is on your right and the cemetery is to its right as you face the house. The cemetery is in a grove of small trees with some boxwood.

GPS coordinates: 33 13' 19.1" N 83 05' 05.0" W
or in degrees only form: 33.22197° N X 83.08472° W
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GMD: 116
Cemetery Status: Inactive

This cemetery is in terrible condition, with some of the gravestones scattered and displaced from the cemetery. The displaced gravestones are to the left rear of the house as you face it.

Indexer or Contributor: Trudie Lewis, Kathy Fuller, and Susan Harrington

Number of persons found: 5
Unmarked Graves

Graves marked by scattered bricks. One slightly intact brick slab remains.
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Grave 1
Unmarked Child Grave - Sallie Berry

Is possibly buried in this cemetery. Killed by tornado, per Atlanta Journal and Constitution, March 24, 1875.
Grave 2

Is gravestone base with cement post attached on top. This gravestone is displaced from the cemetery and is behind and left of the house
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Grave 3
Wesley Mosley
Oct 11, 1888 - May 12, 1913
"Christ loved him and took him home." Gravestone is displaced from cemetery and is behind the house.
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Grave 4
Unmarked Grave

A large gravestone base, displaced from the cemetery and to the rear left of the house.
Grave 5