There are four posts that might have at one time connected a chain-link fence. Only two tombstones were visible to me, but there are small bouquets of flowers and bricks marking likely 5 other burials. Another photo:
The first stone I recorded was a military tombstone. Transcription:
Alvin T. Smith
157 Depot Brigade
World War I
September 7, 1894
April 19, 1958
Here are couple more photos of Alvin's stone:
Addie Howell, author of Cemeteries and Obituaries of Houston County, Georgia, surveyed this cemetery in 1976. At that time she gave the location as the Tucker Farm on Houston Lake road. She found one more Smith grave than I did, an infant born and died in 1887.
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