Wilkes County, Georgia - Candler Family Cemetery
Transcription by Larry R. Butler and Janice B. Turner
LASTFIRSTDate of BirthDate of DeathRemarks/Notes
Candler Cornelius C. 11 Apr 1829 30 May 1881 CSA
Candler Pierce? A. 12 May 1837 01 Jan 1910 probably Phereby A. B. w/o Cornelius
Hodges W. P. NO DATE ??-Apr-1865 A confederate soldier Co A. Alabama
McHale Fannie ??-??-1835 ??-??-1902  
McNulty Annie ??-??-1873 ??-??-1890 Anna McHale McNulty w/o Charles McNulty
McNulty Annie infant ??-??-1890 NO DATE  
Stanford Nathan Marion, Dr. 03 Mar 1832 29 Jan 1872 "Our Father"
These Graves are all covered in a solid concrete slab with headstones and a wire fence. The Cemetery is in the middle of a pasture and very accessible. It includes the graves once listed as in the McHale-McNulty Cemetery and the grave of Dr. Stanford which in old records is shown alone. The cemetery is at Metasville.

There is a story told that he was trying to make his way home to Alabama after the war. He was sick and on foot when he reached Metasville. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Albea took him into their home, nursed him and buried him here.
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