Category Archives: Sunbury GA

Lieutenant Charles. H. Law, CSA

Sunbury, Georgia

This headstone was placed at Sunbury Cemetery by the United Daughters of the Confederacy.

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Folk Art Beauty Shop Signs

Sunbury, Georgia

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Vernacular Farmhouse, Sunbury

Sunbury, Georgia

 

 

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Sunbury Cemetery

Sunbury, Georgia

The dead town of Sunbury was once among the busiest ports in Georgia, but after destruction during the Revolutionary War and subsequent hurricanes, all that remains is its historic cemetery.

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Reverend Samuel S. Law, Georgia Pioneer

Sunbury Cemetery

1774? – 4 February 1837

Reverend Law was an early leader of the Baptist church in Georgia.

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Rebecca G. Law, Georgia Pioneer

Sunbury Cemetery

1782 – 22 June 1817

Rebecca was the first wife of Reverend Samuel S. Law.

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Eliza Ann Richardson, Georgia Pioneer

Sunbury Cemetery

February 1820 – 23 October 1831

The headstone of the youthful Eliza Ann, daughter of Edmund and Elizabeth Richardson, is one of the most interesting in Sunbury Cemetery, with its willow-and-urn motif reminiscent of earlier gravesites at nearby Midway Church.

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