Sadly, I'm just not sure about where she is buried.All I have is that John Nesbitt Nash died 22 March 1864 in Clayton County, Georgia and is said to be buried in the Babb Family Cemetery in Henry Co., GA.However, if he is buried there his grave must be unmarked or it was missed when a survey of grave markers was done for a book "HENRY COUNTY, GEORGIA FAMILY CEMETERIES" Hannah (Abercrombie) Nash, was born 4 February 1786 in Laurens Co., S.C. and died 2 March 1840 possibly in Clayton County, Georgia.For whatever reason, I show that she is buried in Henry Co., GA.That does seem probable in consideration of Elihu having been married 27 Jan. 1839 in Henry Co., GA.
Have just taken a quick look at pages from "HENRY COUNTY GEORGIA CHURCHYARD CEMETERIES"pg. 19 "COUNTY LINE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCHYARD" and see listed therein are Rev. T. E. Nash (Thomas Edward Nash) died Feb. 19, 1889, age 77 years, 4 mos. & 29 days. Elizabeth Nash (widow of Thomas) born Sept. 20, 1816, died Sept. 22, 1894, age 78 years, 82 days Also listed are names and dates of some of their children buried in the same square.Plus some with the Nash name buried outside the square, that I'm unable to identify by family connection.One such is for Col. John Quincy Nash, b. Jan. 16, 1875, died Feb. 1, 1956.
I'm very interested in knowing what you have regarding the parents of Colvill Abercrombie (1762-1847). I've seen circumstantial evidence pointing to John Abercrombie (1736-1816), but for that to be correct, he, John Abercrombie) must have been married prior to Ann Kellett.Indications are that John Abercrombie and Ann Kellett were married about 1764.