Zadock Davis aka Charlie Knowles Place

Fayetteville, Fayette County, Georgia

Date Reported: February 10, 2004

Cemetery: Zadock Davis
Other: Charlie Knowles Place
Sign: Yes
Street: Huiet Road
City: Fayetteville GA
Township: Fayetteville
County: Fayette
State: Georgia
Nation: USA
Zip: 30214
lat_ns: N
long_ew: W
Status: Abandoned
Size: Small
Directions: From Hy 54 going west take a left on Huiet Rd and go about 2
miles the cemetery is in the woods and I doubt that anyone can find it. go
past playground dirt rd past lake on right it is on hill above the first
Type: Road-public
Location: Urban
Terrain: Hillside
Watersource: No
Features: Wooded undergrowth area
Property: Private
Access: Inaccessible
Enclosure: None
Gate: None
Established: 1863 is the only marked date.
Gravestones: There were 20 or more just stones that are now buried under
straw and dirt perhaps laborer graves Only 3 or 4 marked in any way.
Oldest: I think that a set of large stones now overturned were the
Newest: A baby grave --Probably around 1864-65
Removed: No
Relocated: No
Repairs: No
Methods: Other
Restoration: No
Association: Unsure
Records: Unsure
Inventory: Yes
Availability: Fayette County Cemeteries
Landscaping: No
Paths: No
Trees: Yes4
Crypts: No
Fencing: No
Brickwork: Yes
Ironwork: No
Sculpture: Yes
Fountains: No
Roads: No
Buildings: No
Cement: Yes
Granite: Yes
Marble: Yes
Native: Yes
Slate: Yes
Others: Yes
Wood: No
Materials: No
Architectural: No
Angels: No
Draperies: No
Fraternal: No
Hands: No
Lambs: No
Monograms: No
Plants: No
Photos: No
Religious: No
Scrollwork: No
Urns: No
Carvings: No
Condition: Cemetery in danger of destruction
Unmarked: Yes
Broken: Yes
Toppled: Yes
Disintegrating: Yes
Buried: Yes
Weather: No
Pollution: Yes
Vandalized: Yes
Report: No
VA1: Gravestones-Overturned
Overgrowth: None
GroundCover: Yes
Vines: Yes
Drainage: Good
Owner: Cemetery
Use: Agricultural
Bordering: Recreational
Change: Same
Reason: Roads
Visited: Occasionally
Archeology: No
Habitat: Unknown
Contacted: The Fayette Historical Society,


Elizabeth Brassell
Zadock Davis
Margaret Davis


May be endangered as development of new housing in the area progresses.
There was an old "fire ditch" when I first found the cemetery but most of
that has disappeared as have all the small stones that were there in pairs
at the head and foot of graves. The shrub that was planted at the head of
several graves is still there.