MOUNTAIN VIEW CEMETERY
Floyd County, Georgia


Submitted by Margaret Bing


Location: On highway 411 and 53 from Rome to Cave Spring, Floyd County, Georgia, exit right onto the Cunningham Road. Cemetery is just past Flat Rock Baptist Church.
Two “P0STED Private Property Keep Out” signs located at the cemetery entrance.
This is a private cemetery of the Mountain View Baptist Church which is located on the Cunningham Road, near the Blacks Bluff Road, SW.
The cemetery is very clean, in excellent shape and all stones are clean and readable.
The oldest gravestone is William B. Wright, Sr. dated June 21, 1966. Gravestone inscriptions are recorded as shown on the stones.
Personal notes are enclosed with brackets. [ ]

The surnames recorded in this survey are:
Alexander, Ball, Bearden, Bing, Burns, Caldwell, Carr, Castleberry, Childers, Cochran, Couey, Devier, Edwards, Garrison, Hendrix, Hoyle, Jarman, Jones, Lambert, Middleton, Mills, Muse, Terry, Timberlake, Wright, Siniard.
Survey: October 24, 2003, by Margaret Bing.


FIRST ROW ~ Extreme right side of cemetery. South to North.


JONES
Larry R.
Nov. 9, 1938
July 27, 1992
Dad
Margaret A.
Nov. 17, 1940
 
Mom
Married Sept. 3, 1957



COUEY
Father
Aaron (Webb)
April 7, 1902
Feb. 22, 1971
Mother
Fronnie M. [Middleton]
July 4, 1921
Jan. 12, 2000
[Footstone]
A. W. COUEY
April 7, 1902
Feb. 22, 1971
[Stephens – Davenport Funeral Home,
Rome, Georgia marker at foot]
[On Fred Talley Funeral Home Marker]
Fronnie Molisa COUEY
Age 78





In Loving Memory
MUSE
Vernon F. [Son of Raymond & Gorda Muse]
Oct. 21, 1929
Jan. 3, 1984
  Myrtle M.
  Feb., 1930
  April 12, 2003
[Henderson Funeral Home, Rome, Georgia Marker at foot]


Raymond MUSE
Apr. 8, 1908
Jan. 10, 1975
Gone but not forgotten


Gorda L. MUSE
Mar. 31, 1902
July 21, 1976
Gone but not forgotten


SECOND ROW ~ South to North


GARRISON
Married Nov. 1, 1969
C. Lindsey
Jan. 17, 1948
July 17, 1989
Rita A. [Bearden]
Jan. 20, 1944
 


John W. BEARDEN
Nov. 4, 1950
June 5, 1969
Our darling Son and Brother


MIDDLETON
Resting in the arms of Jesus
Thomas Vince
Jan. 27, 1899
Feb. 28, 1988
Father
Mamie S.
Oct. 31, 1902
June 24, 1975
Mother
[Jennings Funeral Home, Rome, Georgia Marker at foot]


COCHRAN
Doyle H.
Feb. 7, 1923
Feb. 26, 1987
Vivian M. [Middleton]
March 13, 1927
June, 2005
[Footstone – Military Marker]
Doyle H. COCHRAN
Pvt. US Army
World War II
Feb. 7, 1923 + Feb. 26, 1987
 


Stacy MIDDLETON
Feb. 20, 1971
A little flower of love to bloom with God on High


CHILDERS
Bobby L.
Mar. 29, 1928
June 27, 1983
Father
[Age 55]
Lucille B.
June 19, 1925
 





THIRD ROW ~ South to North


POOLE
William L. C.
April 8, 1924
Oct. 30, 1978
Nellie R.
Sep. 21, 1924
 
[Footstone – Military Marker]
Pvt. US Army
World War II
1924 + 1978
 


BING
Father
Rev. Leonard F.
Apr. 30, 1919
June 10, 1990
Mother
Margaret M. [MILLS]
June 15, 1920
Aug. 31, 1987
[Footstone – Military Marker]
Leonard BING
GM3 US Navy
Apr. 30, 1919
Jun. 8, 1990
 


MIDDLETON
Ned L.
May 31, 1935
June 16, 1997
Shirley J. [GARRETT]
May 3, 1937
 
  In my Fathers House
Are Many Mansions
Married
July 2, 1955
[Following on Footstones]
Ned Leonard MIDDLETON
May 31, 1935
June 16, 1997
Shirley Juanita MIDDLETON
May 3, 1937
 


Billy Nevin MIDDLETON [Son of Ned and Shirley Middleton]
March 23, 1956
May 19, 1994
In Loving Memory
[Footstone – Military Marker]
Billy Nevin MIDDLETON
US Army
Mar. 23, 1956
May 19, 1994


CARR
Lonnie C.
Feb. 9, 1899 ~ Dec. 17, 1967
Father
Henrietta W.
Dec. 9, 1911 ~ Mar. 26, 1993
Mother
Gone but Not Forgotten


[Military Marker]
Earl Eugene HOYLE
US Marine Corps
Nov. 3, 1931 + Dec. 12, 1991


MILLS
Robert L. [Brother of Margaret M. BING]
Mar. 13, 1931
Aug. 2, 1982
Patricia A. (Wife)
Feb. 20, 1934
 
[Footstone Military Marker]
Robert Leonard MILLS
CPL US Army
Korea
Mar. 13, 1931 + Aug. 2, 1982
 


EDWARDS
Claude M.
June 24, 1914
Apr. 12, 1970
Nora Lee
Feb. 22, 1918
Aug. 13, 1993
Our Father which art in Heaven
Daddy Mother


CALDWELL
Roy L.
Mar. 29, 1913
Dec. 12, 1973
Nancy A.
Feb. 28, 1919
July 10, 1996
Precious Lord Take my Hand
Daddy Mama


[Military Marker]
Troy Thomas JARMAN, SR.
Pvt US Army
Apr. 17, 1995 + Jan. 30, 1990


Charles Boyd LAMBERT
May 22, 1939
Apr. 9, 1992
Gone but not forgotten


DEVIER
Father
James Robert
Oct. 10, 1927
Sept. 23, 1993
A tender father, a faithful friend
and loved by all
Mother
Annie Mae TERRY
May 2, 1922
July 13, 1996
[First wife of Adolphus F. Terry]
 [On back of mother’s stone as follows]
Terry Children
William, Charles & Hoyt


William Sanford BURNS
[Military Marker]
AS US Navy
May 25, 1917
June 4, 1997



FOURTH ROW ~ South to North


Sidney Horace BALL
Pvt. US Army
1937 + 1989


Mother
Rachel R. TIMBERLAKE
June 15, 1913
 
Daddy
James R. TIMBERLAKE
Dec. 11, 1911
Jan. 21, 1969
[Fred Talley Parkview, Rome, Georgia Marker]
Rachel RUNBLEY TIMBERLAKE
Born June 15, 1913
Died Feb. 3, 1999
 


Brother
Ira S. WRIGHT
1916 – 1978
Dying is but going home


Father
William B. WRIGHT, SR [Father of Muriel W. Middleton]
March 20, 1891
June 21, 1966
Gone but not forgotten


MIDDLETON
Muriel W.
Mar. 20, 1929
 
Alfred L.
Sept. 4, 1925
Mar. 21, 1987
Happily Married 33 years
[Footstones]
March 20, 1929
March 31, 2003


Father
[Military Marker]
Alfred Lee MIDDLETON
S2 US Navy
World War II
1925 + 1987


Have Mercy
1962 ~ 1982
William Keith
CASTLEBERRY
Our Precious Son
We love you


SINIARD
Father
Jessie J. Jack
April 1, 1911
April 28, 1982
Mother
Dora Jane
Sept. 10, 1915
Oct. 7, 1996


Adolphus F. TERRY
May 6, 1915
Apr. 2, 1984
Children: William, Charles, Hoyt
[Talley Bros. Funeral Home, Rome, Georgia Marker]
Age 61


ALEXANDER
Timothy C.
Aug. 27, 1955
April 2, 1987
Teresa M.
Dec. 27, 1955
 
Son, Brother, Husband and Father [Henderson Funeral Home,
Rome, Georgia Marker]
Our happiness was your love
Loving wife and mother



Walter N. HENDRIX
Dec. 20, 1932
April 11, 1988
Gone but not forgotten
Evelyn L. HENDRIX
Oct. 8, 1938
 
[Military Marker]
Walter Newton HENDRIX
TSgt US Air Force
Korea + Vietnam
Dec. 20, 1932 + April 11, 1988
 


Florence Devlin ALEXANDER
Feb. 25, 1953
Jan. 18, 2000



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