Joseph McMath was born in 1750, but his place of birth is unknown. He shows up in the Warren Co. area in the 1770's and married Elizabeth Wilshire in about 1776. He was once considered a Rev. Soldier, but much later the status was taken away due to a lack of documentation. His grave is just off the west side of Cosby Road, and is one to two hundred yards north of the intersection of intersection of Cosby and Stony Grove Road in Warren Co. GA, east of Warrenton GA,and is probably on land that Joseph owned. His stone was probably remade in the 1920's or 1930's. There is no other grave at this location and it is surrounded by high grass and thorns. There is a telephone pole just to the south of the stone on the west side of Cosby Road. There is a nice property on the same side of Cosby road a little south of his stone. There is no stone for his wife Elizabeth. She died in 1827, and may lie next to him, but there is no record. Joseph and his wife had 12 children and numerous further descendents. A map of the location of this cemetery is on findagrave.com.
Malchijah McMath (1790 - 1851)*
Zedekiah McMath (1796 - 1856)*
GA Troops Rev. War
Joseph McMath Cemetery
Created by: Randy Stewart
Record added: Nov 14, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 44324342