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Re: Methodist Churches in Atlanta near Marietta St. 1870-80's
Posted by: S Holland (ID *****2183) Date: May 06, 2010 at 04:54:23
In Reply to: Re: Methodist Churches in Atlanta near Marietta St. 1870-80's by Jean T. Edge of 1516

According to Atlanta History Center the Exposition Mill was located on 841 Ashby St. in downtown Atlanta. This is about center of Atlanta and there are two prominent cemeteries in that time. Oakland Cemetery 404 658 6019 and West View Cemetery-404-755-6611. You may contact either one and give them what information you have and they will be glad to assist you. You may find them along with directions on line just by googling them. Oakland is in the East of Atlanta, close to Fulton Bag & Cotton Mills, now closed
West View is located in the west of Atlanta off I-20.
Atlanta History Center 404 814 4000 most anything that you would want to know abt Atlanta they can tell you.
Most downtown churches did not have cemeteries due to limitations of land.

If I may be of further service please let me know

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