Exley Plantation Cemetery
Photographed by Verdell Robinson
If You have any information on any of our Unknowns Or you know of a cemetery that we have not found please let us know.
Website by Jim Powell Jr
1Baby Daughter of J.M. & Margaret J. Guinn 07 September 1892 16 December 1892 Safe in the arms of Jesus 
2Margaret Josephine (Exley), wife of J.M. Guinn 25 December 1855 01 March 1905 Gone but not forgotten. 
3Margaret-our mother Exley 19 November 1823 27 October 1898 Earth Counts A Murial Less,.................. 
4 Unknown   Unmarked stone. 
5Sweet Mamie, daughter of Thomas W. & Maggie Jones Jones 14 June 1877 21 November 1878 She was the sunshine of our home, an angel to us given. Just when we learned to love her most, God called her back to heaven. 
6 Unknown   Three or four stones were broken and identity could not be established. One read - born July 7, 1889, died July 20, 1889,, Gone but not forgotten. 
8 Unknown   According to an information sheet received from Alachua Historical Society, some of these stones could have been the very young children of Sampter & Emma Blanton or Rebecca & Jimmie Blanton. 
9Infant son of Thomas W. & Maggie Jones Jones 27 December 1881 24 September 1882 Darling we miss you. My Sweet Babe 
10 Unknown   Broken stones. 
12 Unknown   Base of broken stone. 
13 Unknown   Triangular broken stone with letters APR SE? 
14 Unknown   Black stone. 
15 Unknown   Rectangular base of broken stone.