|Cemetery notes and/or description:|
This cemetery is overgrown (2010) and neglected. It is located on a red clay dirt road. There is no church building at the site, today.
If you plan to visit the cemetery, get directions from local residents, because it is difficult to find. You might consider asking for directions in Lumpkin, the county seat.
The cemetery is north of Louvale, in the northern part of the county near the line between Stewart and Chattahoochee County.
The following description is on page 331 in the book, "History of Stewart County Georgia" Vol. 2 by Sarah Robertson Dixon, Agnew Hilsman Clark & Marean Moncrief Clark.
"Beulah Baptist Church Cemetery - Green Hill Community
Church was organized in 1839, dissolved about 1885; building sold about 1910 to Davis Brothers. Church stood northwest of cemetery in beautiful grove of moss-covered trees. Wire fence with iron posts placed around large cemetery in about 1910 under supervision of Mr. Will Davis. Mr. Clark Prather of Columbus was one of the contributors to the fund to place the fence."
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