Magnolia Cemetery

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Magnolia Cemetery

Magnolia Cemetery was established in c1817 and was originally known as the Augusta City Cemetery. The graves within this Cemetery tell a story, however, many will never be known to us. They are there, from the yellow fever epidemics in 1839 and 1854, to the great floods of 1888 and 1908, from old wars to new wars, good times and bad. Entrance to the cemetery is through wrought iron gates from 3rd Street onto the cemetery's 4th Street., the office is on the right. The physical layout is arranged in blocks with four avenues, de l'Aigle, Estes, West Wall and East Wall, running North-South, and fifteen numbered streets running East-West. Some of the distinct sections in the cemetery: five Hebrew, one each of Greek, Masonic, Fireman, Confederate, Union, Indigent, and Confederate Survivors.

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GPS Coordinates: 33.4617, -81.9572

  • Added: 2 Jan 2000
  • Find A Grave Cemetery: #35136