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Curtis Mills

Curtis Mills Cemetery

Cemetery = Curtis Mills Cemetery
Vicinity = Sopchoppy S
Status = neglected
Community = white
GPS Location
S-T-R Location
30°0’5.87” X84°30’47.07”
SW¼ Sec 35, 5S, 3W
S side of C-267

A half-dozen inscribed tombstones and three short lighter'd posts mark burials in a graveyard on or immediately NW of the grounds of the Pentecostal Church at 2150 Curtis Mills Rd. The unfenced grounds maintained as if all go with the graveyard are perhaps 70 yards NW-SE by 50 yards NE-SW, with trees spaced about in this plot. This evidently is the site identified as Curtis Mills Cemetery and Plat 26 of Wakulla County in the 1940-41 veterans' graves registration, which noted the grave of Civil War veteran Levy Davis here.

There is no conspicuous evidence of graves anyplace except in an area of 10 by 15 yards at the south point of the plot, all the markers mentioned above being there. One grave is marked by a short, upright shaft of rock. There are some small shells. Some chunks of coral ornament one grave, and a piece of brain coral of perhaps 2/3 square foot ornaments the southernmost grave. The site appears adequately maintained, but, the tombstones and other grave markers here being small and inconspicuous and there being no barrier fence, it lacks adequate protection from destructive incursions.

Name Birth Death
Brown, Clemmy J. Isler
8 May 1881
10 Nov 1947
 w/o Thomas J. Brown
Brown, infant
infant s/o T. J. & Clemmy J. Brown
Brown, Mary Lee
17 Mar 1899
28 Jun 1900
d/o T. J. & Clemmy J. Brown
Brown, Thomas J.
21 Jun 1868
28 May 1939
h/o Clemmy J. Isler Brown 
Davis, Levi
Pvt Co I 5th FL Inf CSA
Isler, William M.
Pvt Co C 5th FL Inf CSA
Metcalf, Benjamin F.
Pvt Co F 50th GA Vol Inf CSA
brain coral 
coral pieces & wooden stake 
short upright rock
wooden stake 
Date of site report narrative - October 2001
Surveyed by members of the WCHS, March 2007
Some information taken from Register of Deceased Veterans 1940-41

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