Freemantown Research Guide

Information about and resources related to the Freemantown community in Floyd County, Georgia

Photo Gallery: The History of Freemantown

Freemantown Historical Marker

The Freemantown historical marker on the Berry College campus was dedicated in 2014, It stands just to the north of Stretch Road, positioned so that the reader is facing the historic Freemantown Cemetery in the distance.

Map of Freeman Property

Provided by Berry College Land Resources, 2013

Berry Schools Land Ownership Map


Photo Gallery: Freemantown Cemetery

Freemantown Cemetery Gate

August 2, 2020

Thomas Freeman Headstone

Freemantown Cemetery

Essex Freeman Headstone

Rev. Essex F. Freeman (1848-1899), son of Thomas and Henrietta Freeman. Rev. Freeman and Hannah Montgomery were married in Chattooga County, Georgia on December 9, 1876.

Annie Mae Freeman Daniel Headstone

Annie Mae Freeman (1887-1926), daughter of Mingo Freeman and Lucy Frances Clemons, granddaughter of Thomas and Henrietta Freeman. She and William Henry Daniel were married on December 17, 1919.

William H. Daniel Headstone

William Henry Daniel (about 1870-1943), husband of Annie Mae Freeman.

Nick Freeman Headstone

Nick Freeman (about 1855-1910), son of Thomas and Henrietta Freeman. The Floyd County Marriage Book records his marriage to Susan Finley on Feb. 18, 1871 and in the 1900 federal census he is listed as a widower who worked in the charcoal industry.