Steede Family Cemetery
Travel North on
highway 63 until you come to the George/Jackson County Line. Take the
hand turn off of the highway before you cross the George County
This is Old Americus road, you will now go 2 miles. As you approach the
end of this 2 mile trip on your right you will see Cedar Creek Estates
Continue (east) past this road .1 tenth of a mile, you will need to
park on the side of the road. Cross over to the north side of the road
will notice that you
will be halfway between the second and third power poles
from the Cedar Creek Estates road exit. Now you will walk about 30
into the woods and
the cemetery will be inside a small fenced in area. There were
7 marked graves inside the fence and I was told by Mr. C.G. Steede that
were two other
unmarked graves outside the cemetery boundary. These two graves
were not family members of those buried here, but some member of the
allowed them to be buried near the cemetery. Mr. Steede also stated
he is trying to contact the landowner of the property where the
He would like to purchase the small parcel of property the cemetery is
located on and a small easement to the cemetery.
Courtesy of Jimmy Trussell
Steede, Col. Abner Clayton; b.
04-15-1828, d. 10-17-1901, Col. in the
C.S.A. , (Civil War Veteran)
Steede, Mary Ann (Howell); b.
08-05-1833, d. 10-04-1902, w/o
Col. Abner Steede
Steede, Cammie B; b. 06-10-1872, d.
Steede, Abner C; b. 03-19-1859, d.
Steede, Nannie A; b. 08-20-1870, d.
Steede, George; b. 08-05-1855, d.
Steede, Ellis E; b. 11-24-1877, d.