Location: Oglethorpe County, Georgia
Surnames/tags: Cemetery_Project Georgia
This page is part of the Georgia Cemeteries Team.
See the Clark Cemetery for people buried in this cemetery.
Clark Cemetery is located on land donated to the city of Lexington by a wealthy plantation owner, Zachariah H. Clark. He gave the cemetery known as the "Clark Cemetery" just outside of the town of Lexington, to the town and the Baptist Church, he being a zealous member of that church for many years.
This free space page for the Clark Cemetery is part of WikiTree's Georgia Cemeteries Project, and was created to document the life and times of our ancestors that are interred there. The Georgia Cemeteries Project is a subproject of the larger U.S. Cemeteries Project.
Location and Map
Clark Cemetery is located near Lexington, Oglethorpe, Georgia.
Cemetery notes and/or description: I-85 North to Greenville Keep left on I-85 North Keep right onto GA-316 East to Lawrenceville Keep right on Highway 316 East Turn right onto GA-10-Loop North to Hartwell Take Exit #8 and turn right onto US-78 East/GA-10 To US-78-Br West Turn right onto Oconee Street Turn left onto Clark Circle Turn right onto Clark Circle Turn left onto Maxey Road Arrive at Clark Cemetery on left
- This page is a work in progress, and will remain so until the Table of Interments (below) is completed. The Table of Interments is a sortable listing of persons interred at this cemetery, some or all of whom are linked to existing WikiTree profiles. Although all grave markers in this cemetery have been photographed (or will be shortly), the photos can only be displayed for persons with existing WikiTree profiles. If you know of a person interred at this cemetery that should be linked to an existing WikiTree profile, or needs to have a profile created for them, please contact
Table of Interments
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