This cemetery is located in land lot #119, 15th district in the angle formed by White's Mill Road, Candler Road, and Flat Shoals Rd.At the intersection of Lloyds Rd. and White's Mill Rd., park at the church nearby. Walk down White's Mill Road until you come to the third light pole, climb the embankment to your left. At the top, walk forward a few paces, then left and you will see the graves which are large.
There is only one marked grave that had an obelisk with three names on it which is now knocked over. There are several obvious graves marked only by field stones. Archeologists have marked off 15 graves total.
John Fisher ADAIR Born Dec 3rd 1785 Died April 16th 1856
Mary Radval ADAIR Born Sept 15, 1790 Died Jan 25, 1835
Emily A ADAIR Died Nov 23rd 1844
According to obituaries, also buried at this cemetery is McDonald ADAIR, son of John F Adair and brother of George W Adair who laid the obelisk in the cemetery in honor of his parents. McDonald was born 1-5-1841 and died 1-5-1862 . He was a member of Capt Goolsby's Co from Selma Ala in the 4th Ala Regt. He came home after the Battle of Manassas on sick furlough, returned to the army tho still sick and was discharged.He returned to Atlanta, suffered a relapse and died.