Hi Ken - yep, I'd say that's the one. Although I copies the two (I think) inscribed markers and took pictures, that was before the days of GPS, so I have no coordinates. Let me look it up in my files at home and at least send my directions; I recall that, from the dirt road at the top of the hill, it was east down a pretty long way and part of it involved crossing a beaver dam across a creek at the bottom of this. btw, there are two "brick cairn" type graves there, no inscriptions, which I believe are those of John Upshaw (RS) and his wife Amy/Amey Gatewood Upshaw. I'll send my directions, etc., later today. And, it may have been as much as a half mile from the dirt road at the top of the hill; it took me three trips before I ever found it back in the seventies. More later. Ted Brooke, Cumming, GA.