Memory Hill Cemetery
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- Thomas Petters Carnes (1762-1822), United States Representative for Georgia and state court judge.
- George Pierce Doles (1830-1864), Georgia businessman and Confederate general during the American Civil War.
- Tomlinson Fort (1787-1859), United States Representative for Georgia
- Tomlinson Fort (1839-1910), mayor of Chattanooga, Tennessee
- Seaton Grantland (1782-1864), United States Representative for Georgia
- Dixie Haygood (1861-1915), illusionist and vaudeville star
- Charles Holmes Herty (1867–1938), American academic, scientist, and businessman
- Edwin Francis Jemison (1844-1862), Confederate Civil War soldier whose haunting photograph is one of the most reproduced images from this conflict
- Augustus Holmes Kenan (1805-1870), member of the Georgia House of Representatives, Georgia Senate, Provisional Confederate Congress, and First Confederate Congress
- John Marlor, master builder and originator of the "Milledgeville Federal" style in Milledgeville, Georgia
- Ezra Allen "Bill" Miner (1847-1913), noted American criminal
- David Brydie Mitchell (1766-1837), Governor of Georgia
- Susan Myrick ( ? - ? ), American author and newspaper columnist, known as the "The Emily Post of the South"
- Flannery O'Connor (1925-1964), American author
- James Milton Richardson (1913 - 1980), fifth bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Texas
- John W. A. Sanford (1798-1870), United States Representative for Georgia
- Carl Vinson (1883-1981), United States Representative for Georgia
- John W. Wilcox, Jr. (1882-1942), United States Navy rear admiral (memorial marker only; Wilcox was lost at sea and his body was not recovered)
- Memory Hill Cemetery website
- Find A Grave listing for Memory Hill Cemetery
- Hill, Sean. "The Morning with Many Tongues." Southern Spaces, February 27, 2009, http://southernspaces.org/2009/morning-many-tongues.