Flagler County, FL


The Eatman Cemetery, dating 1836 - 1930, is located in Palm Coast, FL. It was named after the Eatman family who came to this area the first part of the 19th century and who owned the property surrounding the cemetery.

To get to the cemetery you go north on Old Kings Road until it dead ends into Forest Grove. Take Forest Grove east until it dead ends into Palm Harbor Parkway. Go south on Palm Harbor Parkway for about 50 yards. There was a gate on the east side of the parkway which you could go through the gate and walk north on the dirt trail for about 40 yards to the cemetery. The cemetery is now located on private property.

The cemetery surrounded by a green chain link fence upon which is a sign which states:

Eatman Family Cemetery
Est. 1836
Dedicated 2 May 1999
Gen. Joseph E. Johnson 2317

When the UDC dedicated the cemetery, they replaced whatever markers were (or were not) there with new stones - any information not on the stones which was added by the compiler is enclosed in parenthesis.

Any corrections and/or additions should be sent to the compiler, Claude Sisco Deen, Jr, P.O. Box 637, Flagler Beach, FL 32136-0637; or emailed to:

Eatman, Annie Elizabeth Allen, 1838-(06 May 1921)1914
(dau of Darius Allen and Mary Hulburt; wife of Calvin L Eatman)

Eatman, Calvin L. (Buck), 1832-(30 Dec)1899
(son of Alsey Eatman; hus of Annie Elizabeth Allen)

Eatman, Charlie, 1871-1894
(son of Calvin L Eatman and Annie E Allen; died from dysinterria)

Eatman, Infant, -late 1800's
(infant of Calvin L Eatman and Annie Elizabeth Allen)

Eatman ,Infant, -24 Mar 1916
(infant of Edward Eatman and Julia Carter)

Eatman, Mamie, -16 Dec1894
(dau of Calvin L Eatman and Annie Elizabeth Allen)

Eatman, Mary
(child of ?)

Eatman, Moody W. (William), 1873-(01 May)1941
(son of Calvin L Eatman and Annie Elizabeth Allen)

Knight, Samuel, Jr., 1819-1875
(1st Corp, FL Militia, 2nd Seminole War)

Long, Joseph -1836
(he was shot and killed by marauding Seminole Indians in May, 1836, while attempting to warn
the Dupont Family of the impending danger)
Newspaper Account

Lopez, Edward, -1910
(he worked for the Eatman family and died while working in planted fields, likely from heart failure)

Pickett, Infant, -late 1800's
(dau of Alex Pickett and Stella Eatman)