Column: Volunteers help historic cemetery come to ...
by Thornton Kennedy
Neighbor Newspapers Columnist
12:04 AM, Wednesday, October 22
No one whistles past Harmony Grove Cemetery in Buckhead. Tombstones in the historic cemetery on the southwest corner of West Paces Ferry and Chatham roads, just a half mile from Peachtree Road, date back to 1870. Many of the graves are not marked,...

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