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  1. Marietta City Cemetery

    The City Cemetery was established in the 1830s and provides the final resting place for a broad cross section of the community's early residents, notably without the barriers between different races, religions and backgrounds common to Georgia at that time.

  2. Marietta Confederate Cemetery

    Established in 1863, this was originally the resting place for 20 Confederate soldiers killed in a train wreck north of Marietta.

  3. Marietta National Cemetery

    With the death toll rising rapidly during the Civil War, the idea to bury war dead in national cemeteries was conceived in 1862.

  4. Mountain View Park Cemetery

    Mountain View Park Cemetery is a large private cemetery and is the burial site of more than 2,000 people. It was established about 1927.

  5. New Hope Methodist

    The New Hope Methodist Cemetery is adjacent to New Hope Methodist Church and is the resting place of approximately 200 people.

  6. Paupers Cemetery #1

    The Paupers Cemetery #1 site was at the location of the Federal-Marietta Housing Project and before that, the old County Farm, which included an almshouse, or poorhouse.

  7. Pleasant Grove Baptist Church Cemetery

    The Pleasant Grove Baptist Church Cemetery is near the old location of the Pleasant Grove Baptist Church and behind the retirement home at 1170 Whitlock Avenue.

  8. Saint James Episcopal Cemetery

    This private cemetery founded in 1843 is located at the corner of Polk and Winn streets in Land Lot 1219, District 16.

  9. Shady Grove Baptist

    Shady Grove Baptist is located at 1654 Bells Ferry Road, in Land Lot 200, District 18, east of I-75 and more than 60 people are interred.

  10. Taylor

    Taylor cemetery is located on a strip of right-of-way between I-75 and Woolco Road parallel to the fence line.

  11. Wildwood Cemetery

    The cemetery located at the corner of South Cobb Drive and Barclay Circle is known as Wildwood Cemetery.