The Woodburn, GA cemetery is located five miles south of Chattanooga. Go south to St Elmo, taking the Flintstone Pike road south for two miles. The land for the cemetery was given by the Dickey Clay Manufacturing Co for the colored people. There are about seventy five unmarked graves.
Cleveland, Annie Lou M - Mar 14, 1905 - July 13, 1908 - Age 3 yrs
Clark, R L - Jan 17, 1867 - Aug 17, 1908 - 'At rest.'
Mother - Clark, Jane - 1870 - 1925 - 'At rest.'
Chandler, Infant son and Chandler, daughter of Easter and Rev R R Chandler - 1938 - 'Rest here.'
Chandler, Easter - 1880 - 1920 - 'At rest.'
Father - Chandler, Alford - 1844 - 1927
Mother - Chandler, Luiza - 1849 - 1912 - 'At rest.'
Sister - Chandler, Daisy - 1891 - 1908 - 'At rest.'
Bryant, Homar - Nov 19, 1850 - Feb 11, 1923
Henry, infant son of C and P Henry - Jan 18, 1926 - Jan 18, 1926
Son - King, John, Jr - Jan 4, 1911 - Oct 13, 1920
Kilgore, Infant son of J E and M H Kilgore - 1924
Mills, Simon - 1850 - 1924 - 'At rest.'
Price, Mary L - 1926 -
Price, Jina M - 1927 -
Price, Adam - 1868 - 1928 - 'At rest.'
Whatley, Viola - July 30, 1924 - Age 37 yrs - 'At rest.'
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