I believe that the Bartemus M. Weeks buried in the McGee Family Cemetery lived in Coffee County, Alabama. Here is an excerpt from the book, "Coffee Grounds" by Fred Watson, pages 142-143:
"Judge Bartimeus B. Weeks was the fourth Probate Judge of Coffee, succeeding B. W. Starke.He began his term of office on Aug 4, 1868 and served one term of six years.Judge Weeks was a Republican. .... Judge Weeks is the only Republican Probate Judge ever elected in Coffee County.He was a farmer and resided near Weeks Bridge on Pea River at the time of his election. After his term expired he purchased the farm later owned by John B. Reeves near Woodland Grove Church, later removing to the place known as the Barzella H. Mixon place on the Weeks Bridge and Geneva Road.
Judge Weeks did not serve in the Civil War, because he was too old.He was a man of small stature, fond of sports and horseback riding. His last will is recorded in the probate office in Elba, showing that he died on Aug 1, 1882.Aaron Harper was his executor, and Mare E. Marsh and Mrs. M. A. Harper his only next of kin in the county.
I believe that this Bartemus is the son of Benjamin Weeks who came from Beaufort County, SC to Coffee County, Alabama.
Here is an 1850 census listing for Bartemus:
1850 Coffee County Census Listing: 31. Bartemius M WEEKS 42 SCFarmer, $1500 real estate Nancy 39 Ga John W 18 GA Farmer Margaret A 17 GA Henry W 15 GA William F. 13 GA Bartemus M. 11 AL