There are 190 cemeteries in Rabun County; some are family cemeteries and are located on private property.  The County mapping department has all the cemeteries located on a map.  The oldest grave in the Clayton cemetery is James Hunnicut (1854) and there is also the grave of Celeste Parrish (1917) with the inscription “Georgia’s Greatest Woman” on her marker.  Revolutionary Soldier John Dillard is buried in the cemetery of the Head of Tennessee Baptist Church.
Billingsley Cemetery
Blue Heights Baptist Church Cemetery
Blue Ridge Cemetery
Burrell Cemetery
Burton Cemetery
Craig Cemetery
Crunkleton Cemetery
Dotson Cemetery
Duncan Cemetery
Duncan Cemetery
Eden Cemetery
Frady Cemetery
Germany Cemetery
Glade Hope Cemetery
Godfrey Cemetery
Green Cemetery
Hale Cemetery
Hale Church Cemetery
Hamby Cemetery
Hedden Cemetery
Holden Cemetery
Jameson Cemetery
Kell Cemetery
Kelly Cemetery
Marcus-Bramblett Cemetery
McCurry Cemetery
Mount Zion Cemetery
Page Cemetery
Pickett Cemetery
Roane Cemetery
Speed Cemetery
Stonecypher Cemetery
Wesley Chapel Cemetery
For more cemetery names and family
names see: http://files.usgwarchives.org/ga/wp_/cemeteries/wp_gps.txt