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Enon Cemetery

This historic site is 174 years old.

Enon Cemetery was founded in 1837 as part of Enon Church, which would later become Woodstock First Baptist. The church was moved and the cemetery enlarged. In 2008, a committee was formed to make improvements to the cemetery. Through various partnerships with Preservation Woodstock, church groups and Surgance, the volunteers raised $5,000. They also made a census, established a grid with signage, removed trees and hauled away excess dirt. Plans are underway for driveway improvements, trash receptacles and construction of a pavilion or arbor.

Yvonne Delany June 16, 2012 at 04:15 PM
hey, im Yvonne DeLany, im very interested in Enon cemetary...my 3rd ggf Eli Cornwell Hardin is buried there and im also lookin for the John M. Delany family that lived around woodstock from 1838 till bout 1890...couldnt find them in that cemetary but i know that John was like th treasurer of Enon Baptist church in its beginning yrs...found him listed in the pages of a book about th first 100 yrs of th church...do u have any idea where John an his family might be burried...they lived in th little river area...thanx


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