In 1887, Albert G. Williamson donated land for a cemetery following the death of his neighbor's infant child. The cemetery, listed on the on the National Register of Historic Places, is one of the most well kept cemeteries you will ever find. It is located a couple of miles west of Eastman, just off the Cochran Highway on Orphan's Cemetery Road.
Williamson, a prominent Dodge County businessman, moved with his five orphaned brothers to Dodge County from their native North Carolina.
In 1912, a mausoleum was erected out of marble, carved by skilled Italian sculptors. These exquisite sculptures depict Williamson, his wife Martha, and their nephew, Jay Gould Williamson.