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Dukes Cemetery

While several cemeteries share this name; this article concerns the cemetery officially named "Duke Cemetery, Inc." located on the eastern edge of Henderson County, Tennessee; just west of Parsons, Tennessee. It's most notable for being the final resting place for Revolutionary War veteran William Lacy as well as several Centenarians. It's legend has it being started when a family travelling through with their mule pulled wagon, lost their 1 year old daughter, believed to be around 1820. Documentation of former slave graves, originally believed to be located on the northern property edge, has been discussed and is pending financial review to attempt.

The cemetery is still active with no regular church services in the chapel, which is believed to have been built in the 1930's. Dukes Cemetery is lovingly cared for by relatives of the many loved ones buried there. They celebrate Homecoming, formerly known as Decoration Day, the first Sunday of every May. This consist of caring for the cemetery, prayer and dinner on the grounds, followed by a short business meeting, and concluding with "singing until the cows come home."

The cemetery depends upon regular donations to cover it's annual cost for mowing, building maintenance, etc.; with much of the work performed voluntarily. Like most cemeteries with similar backgrounds, it finds itself with fewer young people following in their parents footsteps, and works to find ways to earn money to cover these cost. In addition to Homecoming, they also hold a fund-raising bake sale.

The current structure of leadership consist of a president, vice-president and a secretary-treasurer.

Here are the most recently published specifics about Dukes Cemetery Inc; aka Duke's Chapel Cemetery from:

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DUKE'S CHAPEL CEMETERY

           This cemetery is located on Mt. Ararat Road about a half mile north of U.S. 421 on the eastern edge of Henderson County. It appears to be the oldest cemetery in the area, probably dating to the 1820s. Oldest readable death date is 1835. There are several dozen unmarked and fieldstone-marked graves here, though fewer in 2003 than in 1991. Some of the cemetery area is be being reused. Worst example is the Arnold-Cooley double marker which was erected in the oldest part of the cemetery in the 1990s. The carved fieldstone marking the grave of Revolutionary War veteran William Lacy (d. 1836, Age 80) was removed to make room for it. There seem to be few recent graves without markers. (**SEE NOTE at Arnold, Opal Thomas)
           David Donahue recorded this cemetery initially on February 11, 1991. It was updated May 2-3, 1992; April 17, 1995; April 4, 2001; October 15, 2003.
           Bobbie Pierce recorded this cemetery circa 1975. Her record appears in Henderson County, Tennessee Cemetery Inscriptions (R. H. Harris, Memphis, 1976), Vol. III, pp. 691-700. This earlier work is referred to as "Pierce" in the notes below.


Anderson, Colleen C., Sept. 7, 1921-June 27, 1995 Anderson, Ralph A., Apr. 28, 1922-Dec. 26, 1985, "In memory of"

Anderson, Mary J., 1865-1934 Anderson, William F., 1865-1928, "Husband & Wife"

Anderson, Retha E., 1895-____, "Mother" footstone Anderson, Roy E., 1893-1958, military marker as footstone "Tennessee PFC Co I 18th Infantry 1 Div World War I"; dates on military marker Jan. 19, 1893-Apr. 25, 1958

Arnold, Betty L., Sept. 27, 1934-____, "Mother" Arnold, Joseph F., Aug. 10, 1934-____, "Father" [share tripple marker with their daughter Myra L. Mote]

Arnold, Carolyn [see Cooley, Carolyn Arnold]

Arnold, Opal Thomas, Feb. 17, 1908-____, unplaced "Mother" footstone [shares double marker with her daughter Carolyn Arnold Cooley] [Revolutionary War veteran William Lacy is buried at spot where this marker was erected in the 1990s]

(**The TN Records Team received the following (quoted) email in November 2006 regarding this area and family from Bret Arnold (Descendant):

Several references to a missing Gravestone are incorrect. I have found the Wm. Lacy Gravestone that was supposedly moved to make room for my Grandmother and Aunt, and have included pictures of the stone. It is in the right back corner of the cemetery, down on the flat about 30 feet from the large oak tree. I found it this past spring about a month before we buried Mary Opal Thomas Arnold in May. We still had the grave diggers watch for black dirt or any other signs of a previous burial. There are several references to this matter scattered throughout the "www.tngenweb.org/records/henderson/cemeteries/dukechap.htm" website, many of them in red print.

Bartholomew, Aaron, Apr. 20, 1905-May 12, 1975, "Daddy" footstone Bartholomew, Oma, May 23, 1903-Apr. 6, 1989, "Mother" footstone

Bartholomew, Coleman V., 1923-____ Bartholomew, Mary K., 1925-____

Bartholomew, Jimmy Ray, Apr. 26, 1939-July 17, 1939, "Son of Aaron & Oma Bartholomew" [replacement]

Benjamin, Rebecca, 2001 Benjamin, Donovan, 2001 [newborn/infant size grave, infant-style marker]

Benson, Pearl Ruth, 1938, "Infant daughter of Rev. & Mrs. L. H. Benson" [replacement]

Biggs, John B., 1897-1978 Biggs, Gracie H., 1905-1994

Blackwell, Bertha Mae, 1919-1934

Blackwell, Thomas E., July 8, 1932-May 30, 1944

Bond, Gladys Rossi, May 9, 1924-Apr. 16, 1998

Boran, Infant, born & died Nov. 19, 1880, "Infant dau. of W. F. & Kate Boran"

Boran, Moning, d. Feb. 8, 1888, "Aged about 53 Yrs." "Wife of L. B. Boran" (broken)

Boren, Elizabeth, June 15, 1844-Apr. 15, 1898, "Wife of L. B. Boren"

Boren, Emily J., d. Sept. 5, 1875, "Aged 2 days" "Dau. of Wm. F. & Matilda Boren"

Boren, L. B., Mar. 13, 1829-Nov. 4, 1919, "Sergt. Co. C. 7 Regt. Tenn. Cav."

Boren, Matilda, d. Dec. 5, 1875, "Aged 19 ys, 10 ms, 19 ds" "Wife of Wm. F. Boren" "Daughter of Henry & Elizabeth ____cle" (broken) [daughter of Henry and Elizabeth Myracle]

Bowman, Carmon, Dec. 8, 1915-Sept. 8, 1933 (homemade)

Bowman, Phillip E., 1887-1970 Bowman, Lessie H., 1896-1978, "Married Dec. 20, 1914"

Box, Arthur A., 1889-1970 Box, Carrie H., 1890-1970

Bracken, Isaac Allen, 1929-1974, temporary marker, Boyd Funeral home, 1 yard south of double marker for Michael Allen and Mary J. Brunty Bracken

Bracken, Michael Allen, Sept. 9, 1951-Feb. 2, 1978 Bracken, Mary Jo Brunty, Oct. 27, 1955-____

Bracken, Timothy A., July 14, 1961-Aug. 13, 1961, "Son"

Bradfield, Infant, no dates, "Infant son of Mr. & Mrs. Louis J. Bradfield"

Bradfield, Infant, no dates, "Infant son of Mr. & Mrs. Louis J. Bradfield"

Bradfield, Louis J., July 14, 1889-Dec. 17, 1967 Bradfield, Lina F., May 27, 1894-Feb. 11, 1986 Bradfield, Mary C., Oct. 11, 1927-May 21, 1975

Brunt, Era E., Sept. 11, 1903-July 13, 1993, "Mother" footstone, "Children Irene/Wilma/Pierceon, Jr."

Brunt, Irene [see Lunsford, Irene Brunt]

Brunt, Junior, 1925-2003, temporary marker, Parsons Mortuary, 6 feet north of double marker for Wilma and Dorsey Wilkins

Brunty, Mary Jo [see Bracken, Mary Jo Brunty]

Cagle, Edward Lee, July 4, 1925-Aug. 13, 1925, "Sons of Mr. & Mrs. Ben Cagle" [replacement]

Cagle, Edward Lee, July 4, 1925-Aug. 13, 1925 [note: two markers, different locations]

Cagle, Eler I., Aug. 21, 1902-July 22, 1921, "Dau. of W. G. & Martha Cagle

Cagle, George Martin, May 27, 1890-Dec. 1, 1975, military marker "Pvt US Army World War I"

Cagle, Joe Annie, Sept. 13, 1895-Sept. 30, 1963, "Wife" footstone Cagle, Ben, May 7, 1895-Dec. 24, 1966, "Husband" footstone

Cagle, Marthie A., Dec. 11, 1861-Mar. 4, 1929, "Wife of W. G. Cagle"

Cagle, Mary M., Dec. 15, 1897-Dec. 9, 1972 [adjacent to marker for George Martin Cagle]

W. G., July 25, 1861-Feb. 18, 1933 [replacement]

Camper, Alice Faye [see Flowers, Alice Faye Camper]

Cardwell, Howard George, Jr., Aug. 27, 1929-Dec. 24, 1963, "Daddy" footstone

Carrington, Carrie, 1885-1972 Carrington, Claudie, 1904-1959, "Sisters"

Carrington, Laura [see Dills, Laura Carrington]

Carrington, Lee Roy, 1916-1974 [recorded in Pierce as Roy Lee Carrington, d. Jan. 18, 1974, "Aged 57 Ys, 5 Ms, 22 Ds"] Carrington, Pearlie M., 1918-1982

Chumney, Opal [see Douglas, Opal Chumney]

Coggins, John H., Apr. 17, 1874-Jan. 23, 1877, "Son of J. J. & M. P. Coggins"

Cooley, Carolyn Arnold, Aug. 7, 1936-____, unplaced "Daughter" footstone [shares double marker with her mother Opal Thomas Arnold] [Revolutionary War veteran William Lacy is buried at spot where this marker was erected in the 1990s]

Cox, Docttor H., Feb. 16, 1856-Aug. 1, 1857, "Son of H. & M. Ann Cox" [dates not readable in 1991; from Pierce]

Cox, Sarah C., born & died Mar. 4, 1855, "Dau. of H. & M. Ann Cox" [dates not readable in 1991; from Pierce]

Crawford, Ernest M., Jan. 27, 1913-Dec. 11, 1989, temporary marker as footstone, Boyd Funeral Home, "Ernest Matt Crawford" Crawford, Loraine, May 20, 1919-____

Crawford, Herbert, Mar. 17, 1895-Mar. 23, 1974

Crawford, Jeffrey N., Apr. 19, 1958-May 22, 1988, "Brother" footstone

Crawford, Karen [see Johnson, Karen Crawford]

Crawford, Sara N., 1937-1979, "Wife" footstone Crawford, Thomas W., 1941-1985, "Father" footstone Crawford, Pat J., 1940-____

Curry, Infant, d. Jan. 11, 1887, "Aged 1 Mo, 6 Ds" "Infant son of John & P. E. Curry"

Curry, John, d., Aug. 20, 1898, "Husband of P. E. Curry" "Aged 24 Ys, 3 Ms, 27 Ds"

Davis, Emlia C., d. Aug. 7, 1835, "Aged 7 Y'rs, 5 m's, 7 d's"

Davis, Margaret, d. June 21, 1858, "Aged 79 y'rs 9 m's" "Wife of William Davis"

Davis, William, d. Aug. 7, 1842, "Aged 64 Y'rs, 11 m's, 8 d's"

Derryberry, Daniel, 1789-Aug. 9, 1843, "Age 54" Derryberry, Mary Magalene, 1790-1860 circa, "Erected by G-G-Grandson Guy Derryberry" [replacement]

Derryberry, John H., Jan. 24, 1874-Aug. 9, 1843, "Age 19-Son of Daniel" "Erected by Guy Derryberry" [replacement]

Derryberry, Susan Derryberry [see Teague, Susan Derryberry]

Dickson, Flora, Oct. 28, 1909-June 8, 1946, "Wife of Wiley Dickson"

Dickson, Paul Dean, Dec. 3, 1934-July 8, 1936, "Son of Wylie-Flora Dickson" [replacement]

Dickson, Wiley R., May 3, 1906-Sept. 18, 1966, "Father" footstone [Masonic symbol]

Dills, Laura Carrington, 1903-1984, "Age 80," temporary marker, Pafford Funeral Home, 4 yards southwest of double marker for John W. and Raymell Howards; there is another grave 2 yards north of this one with no marker

Douglas, Amanda A. [see Watson, Amanda A. Douglas]

Douglas, Billie Bryan, Apr. 3, 1926-Apr. 3, 1926, "Daughter of E. J. and E. F. Douglas" [replacement]

Douglas, Calvin M., Dec. 8, 1856-Dec. 15, 1856, "Son of E. & E. A. D." (eroded)

Douglas, Doris [see Duke, Doris Douglas"

Douglas, Elijah, Oct. 24, 1822-Dec. 16, 1867 [replacement; an earlier note on a temporary marker plate placed by the original marker read "Husband of Adeline Duke Douglas" "Father of Jeff, Newt, Mary Elizabeth, Almedie, Mandy Ann, Calvin, Sarah, Dovie, and Caladonia"]

Douglas, Elizabeth, d. Sept. 15, 1906, "Aged 81 Ys 8 Ds" "Wife of Elijah Douglas and A. Hays"

Douglas, Eula, 1893-1957 Douglas, Elco, 1888-1958

Douglas, Frances Brown, May 29, 1922-May 29, 1922, "Daughter of E. J. and E. F. Douglas" [replacement]

Douglas, Georgie, d. Jan. 28, 1898, "Dau. of J. J. & R. F. Douglas"

Douglas, Herman O., Dec. 6, 1919-____ Douglas, Opal Chumney, Feb. 15, 1929-____, "Our children Don Donna Shelia David"

Douglas, Hettie L., Apr. 1, 1883-June 24, 1966 Douglas, Oscar T., Apr. 7, 1881-Dec. 12, 1982

Douglas, Isabelle C. J., d. Feb. 10, 1874, "Wife of J. J. Douglas" "Dau. of Rev. L. L. & J. Myracle"

Douglas, J. J., Apr. 26, 1905-Oct. 6, 1990, "Rev." "Daddy" footstone Douglas, Opal C., Sept. 4, 1906-July 15, 1992, "Mother" footstone

Douglas, J. J., Dec. 24, 1845-Jan. 6, 1919, "Father" Douglas, Francis, Mar. 5, 1860-Jan. 28, 1937, "Wife of J. J. Douglas" "Mother"

Douglas, Jessie, Jr., 1937-1972, military marker as footstone, "Tennessee SP4 US Army"; dates on military marker Aug. 7, 1937-Sept. 26, 1972 Douglas, Wilma Lee, 1943-____, Married "1961"

Douglas, John W., 1884-1960 Douglas, Maude E., 1889-1971

Douglas, Lawrence Elijah, May 24, 1872-Sept. 30, 1873, "Son of Jasper Jefferson 'Jeff' and Isabelle Myracle Douglas" [original marker broken and too eroded to read; this information is from a note on a temporary marker plate]

Douglas, Ma____, d. Dec. 23, 1867, "Aged 3 Y'rs 8 M's 29 Da's"?? "Dau. of Elijah and E. A. Douglas" (broken, fallen, eroded) [name could be Maranda; death date might be Dec. 28, 1867]

Douglas, Mandy Ann, ca. 1853-Oct. 1859, "Age about six" "Died Oct. 1859 of hives" "Daughter of Elijah and Elizabeth A. Douglas" [information note on temporary marker plate, 5 feet north of new marker for Elijah Douglas]

Douglas, Patsy, no dates Douglas, Thomas, no dates "Infants of O. R. & Alma Douglas

Douglas, Sarah E. A., d. Jan. 1, 1868, "Aged 7 Y's 3 Mo's 2 Da's" "Dau. of Elijah & E. A. Douglas" (broken, fallen, eroded) [note in a temporary marker plate by original marker "Sarah E. A. Douglas," 1855-Jan. 1, 1868, "Daughter of Elijah and Elizabeth A. Douglas"]

Douglas, Silvester, 1897-1953, "Father" footstone Douglas, Vela, 1900-1953, "Mother" footstone Douglas, Paul, 1934-1953, "Son" footstone

Douglas, Wilma Josephine, June 4, 1925-____, "Infant dau. of E. J. & E. F. Douglas" [replacement]

Douglass, Lawrence, d. Sept. 30, 1873, "Aged 1 Yr, 4 ms, 6 ds" (broken, fallen, eroded)

Duke, Anna [see Hilliard, Anna Hooten Duke]

Duke, Bertie [see Thomas, Bertie Duke]

Duke, Calvin W., Nov. 24, 1828-Aug. 9, 1857, "Son of G. & S. Duke"

Duke, Claude J., 1891-1943 [Masonic symbol] Duke, Nancy A., 1890-1951

Duke, Donald G., 1954-1998

Duke, Donie M., d. Sept. 27, 1918, "Aged 36 ys, 5 ms, 12 ds" "Wife of A. J. Duke"

Duke, G. B., no dates, military marker "Co. C. 7th. Tenn. Cav."

Duke, Gideon, 1793-Dec. 3, 1875, "Husband of Sarah Duke"

Duke, Guy Loyce, Dec. 12, 1926-____ Duke, Doris Douglas, Feb. 17, 1933-____, "Married Aug. 10, 1951" "Children: Sherrye, Gary, Jennifer, Jeffrey"

Duke, Infant, born & died Jan. 23, 1905, "Infant dau. of A. J. & Dony M. Duke"

Duke, Infant, 1942 [replacement]

Duke, J. P., June 12, 1844-Oct. 23, 1921

Duke, Jeffrey Carlos, Sept. 18, 1967-May 14, 1968, "Son of Loyce and Doris Duke," "Twin" footstone

Duke, Mary E., Oct. 16, 1848-July 7, 1906, "Wife of N. J. Duke"

Duke, Minerva, Jan. 4, 1869-June 1, 1949 Duke, John M., Sept. 3, 1858-Mar. 13, 1940 Duke, Barney C., Sept. 16, 1903-Aug. 4, 1934

Duke, N. J., Jan. 5, 1838-May 2, 1908

Duke, Noah Leo, Apr. 7, 1885-Jan. 14, 1953

Duke, Paulina E., 1862-1950, "Mother" footstone [probably P. E. Curry; see John Curry] Duke, Minnie E., 1898-1981, "Daughter" footstone

Duke, Robert Gene, June 11, 1944, "Son of John-Dorothy Duke" [replacement]

Duke, Mollie, 1872-1938, "Wife of Willie Duke"

Duke, Nannie, d. Mar. 21, 1955, "Aged 85 Years" "Wife of Willie Duke"

Duke, Willie, b. July 5, 1866

Duncan, Howell C., Nov. 17, 1922-Apr. 5, 1997, military marker as footstone "Howell craig Duncan" "S1 US Coast Guard World War II" Duncan, Joyce Sims, Oct. 15, 1941-____

Eads, Verna, Sept. 10, 1896-Mar. 25, 1958 Eads, Sol, Feb. 5, 1894-Aug. 27, 1979, "Father" footstone

East, Edna Hays, Nov. 25, 1906-Feb. 26, 1990

Elliott, Doney, Jan. 2, 1903-Jan. 8, 1963

Elliott, Joe H., Feb. 4, 1870-Feb. 7, 1941

Elliott, Mary T., Dec. 14, 1869-Oct. 18, 1944 [adjacent to marker for Joe H. Elliott]

Elliott, Simon C., Nov. 4, 1900-Feb. 23, 1964, "Daddy" footstone [Masonic sybol] Elliott, Floyd H., Dec. 25, 1910-Jan. 25, 1978, "Mama" footstone [Eastern Star symbol], "Children Everett & Edith"

Evans, Alvis, Jan. 9, 1906-Jan. 12, 1906, "Son of C. C. & L. F. Evans"

Evans, Clinton C., 1879-1961 Evans, Lina F., 1881-1963, footstone with "Father and Mother"

Evans, Manda, Feb. 26, 1904-May 15, 1922 [replacement]

Evans, Ollie, Nov. 1, 1921-Nov. 4, 1921, "Son of C. C. & L. F. Evans"

Flowers, Alice Faye Camper, Sept. 1, 1935-____ Flowers, Ernest Edward, Aug. 2, 1927-Feb. 14, 1995, "Married Dec. 25, 1977" "our children Diane F. Janet C."

Flowers, Billy Wayne, Dec. 31, 1935-May 28, 1967, military marker as footstone "Texas Adr 3 US Navy"

Flowers, Callie, 1905-1986, "Mother" footstone, "Married Apr. 22, 1921" Flowers, Leo F., 1892-1975, military marker as footstone "Pvt US Army World War I"; dates on military marker May 7, 1892-Dec. 9, 1975

Flowers, Chester W., Nov. 11, 1916-July 8, 1996, "Dad"; military marker as footstone "PFC US Aremy World War II"

Flowers, Cora, 1891-1952, "Mother" footstone Flowers, Festus, 1884-1980, "Father" footstone

Flowers, Elizabeth, Jan. 22, 1824-May 26, 1880, "Wife of E. K. Flowers" "Our mother" Flowers, Nancy J., July 13, 1861-Feb. 6, 1879, "Our Sister"

Flowers, Emmitt, June 28, 1922-Nov. 7, 1977 Flowers, Lois, July 20, 1924-____, "Married July 28, 1945"

Flowers, Ernestine, Jan. 1, 1925-May 3, 1925 [replacement; probably daughter of Callie D. and Leo F. Flowers]

Flowers, Imogene, Feb. 28, 1929-____, "Mother" footstone, "Married Feb. 1, 1947" Flowers, Elmus O., Apr. 4, 1921-Jan. 23, 1973, military marker as footstone "Tennessee PFC US Army World War II" [Masonic symbol]

Flowers, Jackie Merkley, Feb. 10, 1930-____, "Mom" footstone Flowers, Paul, Apr. 2, 1923-____, "Dad" footstone, "Wed Nov. 21, 1953" "Our son Randall Alan"

Flowers, Jimmie L., Feb. 29, 1908-Oct. 12, 1976, "Wife" footstone Flowers, Arlis E., Nov. 19, 1889-Nov. 28, 1969, "Married Sept. 6, 1952"

Flowers, John L., Nov. 25, 1924-July 19, 1994 [probably son of Silas W. and Bertha E. Flowers, whose double marker is adjacent]

Flowers, Joshua Aaron, Jan. 5, 1990, "Infant"; also temporary marker, Reed's chapel, "1 5, 1990-Jan. 5, 1990"

Flowers, Malissa, Sept. 10, 1854-Dec. 25, 1924, "Wife of M. W. Flowers"

Flowers, Martha Mae, Jan. 2, 1917-____, "Mom" footstone Flowers, Lester W, Nov. 17, 1909-____, "Dad" footstone, "Married Dec. 8, 1934" "Our children Charles, Dean, Evelyn, Shirley and Brenda"

Flowers, Mary Leonard, 1861-1948 Flowers, Ludy Winfield, 1859-1940

Flowers, Miles W., d. Feb. 28, 1907, "Aged 51 Ys, 11 ms, 3 ds"

Flowers, Silas W., 1888-1957 Flowers, Bertha E., 1899-1969

Flowers, Virginia E., 1925-____

Fowler, S. E., d. Apr. 7, 1870, "Aged 2 Ms & 2 Ds" "Dau. of M. H. & Donnie Fowler" [death date and age unreadable in 1991; from Pierce]

Frizzell, Francis, July 17, 1805-July 1, 1865, "Wife of James Frizzell"

Frizzell, James, Mar. 18, 1806-May 20, 1856, "Replacement monument erected by descendants 1991"

Graves, Gary Wayne, Nov. 15, 1965-Dec. 22, 1965 [possibly another child of Morris and Janie Graves]

Graves, Infant, Sept. 13, 1935, "Infant daughter of Mr. & Mrs. M. A. Graves"

Graves, Infants, Aug. 17, 1974, "Infant twin sons of Morris and Janie Graves"

Graves, Mary A., June 12, 1887-Jan. 6, 1981 Graves, J. Irving, Aug. 20, 1888-Sept. 6, 1975, "Married Dec. 15, 1906"

Graves, Mossie, Feb. 7, 1917 [replacement; probably infant of Mary A. & J. Irving Graves]

Graves, Ray J., Dec. 18, 1911-July 25, 1968 Graves, Bert L., Apr. 27, 1915-____

Graves, Ruby H., 1904-1975 Graves, Daniel M., 1898-1986, "Married Aug. 4, 1918"

Graves, Ruth Virginia, Feb. 5, 1926-Oct. 5, 1932, "Dau. of D. M. & Ruby Graves"

Greer, David E., Oct. 5, 1959-Aug. 11, 1970, footstone with "Son of Hugh and Thelma Greer"

Greer, Thelma, Aug. 2, 1927-____, "Mother" "My children Judy Danny Nancy David Douglas Cindy Dennis"

Gurley, Arba Mae, 1907-1985

Hall, Lonnie David, May 25, 1964-May 29, 1964

Hamm, Aulsie, 1905-1938, "Father" footstone Hamm, Alpha, 1911-____, unplaced "Mother" footstone

Hamm, Everett, 1922-1977 Hamm, Doris, 1922-1964

Hamm, Fred, 1928-1950, "P.F.C."

Hamm, Hubert, 1900-1962, "Father" footstone Hamm, Laura, 1901-1983, "Mother" footstone

Hamm, Isabell Hays, 1877-1954 Hamm, George W., 1868-1950

Hamm, James D., May 10, 1956-May 13, 1956

Hamm, K. Paul, Mar. 8, 1926-Sept. 15, 1964 Hamm, Maxine, May 6, 1929-____

Hamm, Milton, July 7, 1902-July 7, 1980

Hamm, Patricia A., Oct. 14, 1961-Oct. 19, 1961

Hayes, C. F. (Charlie), Jan. 23, 1912-Jan. 8, 1994, "Father" footstone Hayes, Pauline McPeake, Aug. 1, 1912-Nov. 6, 2000, "Mother" footstone, "Sons: Billy, Thomas, Robert Mac, William" "Married Jan. 18, 1936"

Hayes, Gerald T., Mar. 22, 1930-Nov. 23, 1984

Hayes, Harry, Aug. 20, 1920-Sept. 6, 1982 Hayes, Kathleen, Feb. 1, 1925-Feb. 22, 1970, "Mother" footstone

Hayes, Lavinia, d. Feb. 2, 1925 (homemade) [2 yards north of double marker for Maude Hays and Calvin N. Sullivan]

Hayes, Lennie M., Apr. 1, 1915-Dec. 31, 1949, "Daughter" footstone" Hayes, Rena A., May 9, 1886-Sept. 6, 1973 Hayes, Jackson T., Oct. 22, 1881-Nov. 15, 1948, "Father" footstone

Hayes, Mary, Dec. 26, 1879-Jan. 19, 1962 Hayes, Sid, Apr. 16, 1872-Dec. 3, 1963

Hayes, Murline, June 3, 1933-Mar. 5, 1985

Hayes, Robert T., Nov. 30, 1925-____ Hayes, Opal M., Aug. 28, 1925-____, "Wed June 28, 1948"

Hayes, Roy F., 1914-1922 [replacement]

Hayes, Wanda Gail, Dec. 5, 1951-Nov. 30, 1980, footstone with "Gail/In loving memory/True friendship and love forever--I miss you/OSRA."

Hayes, William, d. July 3, 1930, (homemade) [2 yards north of double marker for Maude Hayes and Calvin N. Sullivan]

Hayes, William Clifford, May 3, 1894-Aug. 12, 1933, military marker as footstone "Tennessee Pvt Btry A 318 Fld Arty World War I"

Hays, Add Harrison, 1888-1954

Hays, Addie M. [see Keen, Addie M.]

Hays, Albert, Nov. 29, 1895-Nov. 30, 1895, "Son of J. T. & N. E. Hays"

Hays, Alma Marlene, 1935-Mar. 5, 1986 [adjacent to marker for Jerl Thomas Hays]

Hays, Alpha, 1898-1900, "Daughter" Hays, Alice L., 1876-1901, Mother" [replacement]

Hays, Alvin L., 1882-1884 [replacement]

Hays, Angalina D., d. Dec. 21, 1865, "Aged 29 ys, 10 ms, 9 ds" "Wife of John H. Hays"

Hays, B. T., Nov. 19, 1831-Mar. 31, 1924, "Husband of M. A. Hays"

Hays, Betty Ann, Mar. 31, 1874-Nov. 10, 1946 Hays, Elijah N., July 31, 1868-Jan. 31, 1955

Hays, Buck, Oct. 21, 1856-Dec. 3, 1936 Hays, Sis, Aug. 8, 1861-Aug. 21, 1936

Hays, Carleen, 1907-1955, "Mama" Hays, Lawrence, 1903-1980, "Daddy" [Masonic symbol]

Hays, Cary Lee, 1888-1892 [replacement]

Hays, Cecil T., 1908-1998, "Married May 27, 1949" [Masonic symbol] Hays, Eva R., 1916-1995 [Eastern Star symbol] [buried Apr. 16, 1995]

Hays, Clarence C., 1908-1968 [dates reported in Pierce as Mar. 28, 1908-Feb. 1968] Hays, Vannie L., 1910-1976 [reported in Pierce as Vannie Milner Hays, d. Aug. 11, 1976, "Aged 65 Years 10 Months 26 Days"]

Hays, Connie, 1899-1953

Hays, Connie Laverne, d. Aug. 29, 1929, "Age 22 Months"

Hays, Coy F., 1902-1956, "Father" footstone

Hays, Dora, Feb. 17, 1877-Sept. 12, 1945, "Mother" footstone Hays, Jasper, Jan. 10, 1871-Dec. 10, 1958

Hays, Edna [see East, Edna Hays]

Hays, Elias, d. Apr. 20, 1901, "Aged 84 Ys, 5 Ms, 7 Ds" "Husband of M. A. Hays"

Hays, Elizabeth, Sept. 23, 1826-Apr. 30, 1865, "Wife of Anthony Hays" Hays, Anthony, May 7, 1815-Sept. 21, 1900 Hays, Tamer, Nov. 6, 1817-Sept. 19, 1856, "Wife of Anthony Hays"

Hays, Elbert, Feb. 1, 1908-July 3, 1937

Hays, Evalena, 1891-1891 [replacement]

Hays, Emma, 1896-1966

Hays, Frank, 1876-1967

Hays, G. W., 1877-1963, "Father" Hays, Eddie Ann, 1876-1960, "Mother"

Hays, Gladye T., 1902-1982

Hays, Herbert T., Mar. 11, 1913-Jan. 25, 1991, military marker "Cox US Navy World War II"

Hays, Herman, 1930-1994, temporary marker, Shackelford Funeral Directors, 1 yard north of double marker for Clarence C. and Vannie L. Hays

Hays, Isa G., 1875-1955 Hays, Pheba A., 1871-1959, footstone with "Father and Mother"

Hays, Infant, d. Jan. 22, 1878, "Infant dau. of Thos. & M. A. Hays"

Hays, Isabell [see Hamm, Isabell Hays]

Hays, Isebell, Dec. 11, 1861-____, "Second Wife" Hays, John A., Mar. 5, 1859-Oct. 21, 1935 Hays, Virginia M., June 24, 1865-Aug. 11, 1889, "First Wife" (homemade)

Hays, Isibell, Dec. 11, 1861-Sept. 1, 1954, "Mother"

Hays, J. Edward, Oct. 12, 1954-Mar. 17, 1959

Hays, James F., Apr. 21, 1933-____ Hays, Mary, Oct. 18, 1935-____, "Married Dec. 20, 1952"

Hays, Jerl Thomas, 1933-Nov. 24, 1985

Hays, John H., 1829-1879, "Placed by descendants" [replacement]

Hays, John W., 1910-1980 Hays, Jewel, 1914-1969

Hays, Johnie H., 1894-____, "Dady," "Father" footstone [sunken spot indicates he is buried here] Hays, Vallie, 1903-____, "Mama"

Hays, Laura Mae, May 6, 1903-July 2, 1987, "Momma" footstone Hays, James Oscar, June 18, 1903-Dec. 5, 1987, "Married Dec. 31, 1922" "Daddy" footstone

Hays, Leva [see Woodward, Leva Hays]

Hays, Linda, Mar. 7, 1864-Dec. 11, 1941

Hays, Laura J., Aug. 8, 1861-Aug. 21, 1936 Hays, James B., Oct. 21, 1856-Dec. 3, 1936, "Wed Dec. 6, 1881" [replacement]

Hays, Martha, Dec. 25, 1837-Apr. 6, 1914, "Wife of Elias Hays"

Hays, Mary, Nov. 22, 1831-Oct. 1, 1895, "Wife of Balaam Hays"

Hays, Mary Louella, Dec. 25, 1888-Apr. 11, 1923

Hays, Mattie E., Nov. 19, 1912-Mar. 20, 1978 Hays, Rennie O., June 11, 1913-Apr. 17, 1991

Hays, Maude [see Sullivan, Maude Hays]

Hays, Nancy Ellen, 1868-1960 Hays, John Thomas, 1863-1963, footstone with "Father and Mother"

Hays, Olie A., Mar. 3, 1907-Mar. 23, 1920, "Son of G. W. & E. A. Hays"

Hays, Polly, Mar. 20, 1814-Oct. 4, 1905

Hays, Ralph Edward, Sept. 5, 1927-____ Hays, Mary Imogene, Jan. 19, 1932-Feb. 24, 1999

Hays, Rutherford B. (Rudy), Aug. 1, 1945-Sept. 28, 1963

Hays, Sallie Ann, Jan. 7, 1863-June 4, 1948 [seems to be wife of John W. Howard, whose marker is adjacent]

Hays, Sarah M., d. Sept. 1878, "Placed by descendants" [replacement; adjacent to marker for John H. Hays]

Hayes, Shirley F., 1943-____

Hays, Thomas Wayne, Aug. 31, 1961-June 7, 1964

Hays, Truman, d. Oct. 20, 1973, "Aged 49 Years 21 Days" [not found in 1991; reported in Pierce, probably from a temporary marker]

Hays, Victor, Sept. 29, 1899-____ [sunken spot indicates he is buried here]

Hays, William H., born & died Oct. 2, 1872, "Son of M. G. & A. A. Hays" (eroded)

Herndon, Alton P., Mar. 28, 1924-May 13, 1989, military marker as footstone "Alton Parker Herndon" "Sgt US Army World War II"; also temporary marker, Pafford Funeral Home, "Alton Slim Herndon" Herndon, Johnnie S., Feb. 16, 1925-____, unplaced "Mother" footstone

Higgins, Essa L., Mar. 24, 1930-____, "Daddy" Higgins, Betty J., Jan. 14, 1933-____, "Mother" "Children Sharon/David/Michael/Leigh" [share triple marker with daughter (Lucy) Leigh Ann Ivey]

Hill, Ida F., Oct. 27, 1901-Oct. 13, 1981, "Wife" footstone [she probably is a Flowers] Hill, W. Ollie, Oct. 10, 1902-May 23, 1972, "Married Dec. 23, 1922"

Hill, Thomas A., Apr. 14, 1885-June 18, 1975, "Husband of Alpha Hamm Hill"

Hilliard, Anna Hooten Duke, 1904-____ [adjacent to marker for Noah Leo Duke]

Hooten, Anna [see Hilliard, Anna Hooten Duke]

Hooten, Louis Henry, 1921-1991

Hooten, Mary Ellen, 1935-1955

Howard, Bill, 1913-1969 [not found in 1991; from Pierce]

Howard, Edna S., 1882-1966, "Wife" Howard, Jessie L., 1880-1967, "Husband"

Howard, Pierceon, 1911-1974 [not found in 1991; from Pierce]

Howard, John W., Nov. 24, 1857-Sept. 14, 1894, "Husband of Sallie Ann Howard" [see Sallie Ann Hays]

Howard, John W., Jan. 25, 1900-Aug. 11, 1963 Howard, Raymell, no dates, "Daughter" [flower placement in 1994 seems to indicate her burial]

Howard, Willie J., Feb. 27, 1896-Jan. 30, 1928, "Husband of Golden Howard"

Hurst, H. Wayne, 1935-1987, military marker, "A2C US Air Force Korea"; also temporary marker, Boyd Funeral Home, "Homer Wayne Hurst"

Isaacks, Sudie Viola, May 1, 1918-Dec. 30, 1989

Ivey, Kinchin, d. 1836, "Aged 4 yr"

Ivey, (Lucy) Leigh Ann, Sept. 18, 1964-July 8, 1991, "Baby Sister" "Wife of Ricky Ivey" "Children Wendy/Nathan/Peterson" [shares triple marker with her parents Essa L. and Betty J. Higgins; Ricky Ivey is buried at Greys Chapel in Decatur County]

Ivy, Archabald, d. Apr. 7, 1861, "Aged 14 Y'rs, 2 M's, 2 D's" "Son of M. & L. Ivy"

Ivy, Kinchin, d. Sept. 14, 1844 (eroded, age unreadable)

Johnson, Bessie J., June 1, 1903-Feb. 10, 1967 Johnson, Troy L., Nov. 14, 1899-____

Johnson, Claudia H., 1897-1968 Johnson, Elmer A., 1894-____

Johnson, Henry, May 1, 1834-Apr. 15, 1926

Johnson, Karen Crawford, 1973-1990

Johnson, Milton A., 1878-1962

Johnson, Walter T., Apr. 15, 1897-Apr. 23, 1969

Keen, Addie M., 1901-1992; also temporary marker, Boyd Funeral Home, "Addie Hays Keen" 1901-1992 Keen, Leslie L., 1897-1958

Keen, Calvin, Dec. 16, 1855-Dec. 12, 1918, "Husband of E. A. Keen" "Father" Keen, E. A., Dec. 11, 1850-Aug. 16, 1918, "Wife of Calvin Keen" "Mother"

Keen, Charles E., 1921-1966, military marker as footstone, "Tennessee PFC HQ Co 459 AAA Aw Bn World War II"; dates on military marker July 18, 1921-Apr. 24, 1966

[Woodmen of the World Memorial Charlie Marvin, July 23, 1919-Aug. 10, 1978

Keen, Laura Jo, 1893-1986, "Mother" footstone Keen, Chas. N., 1877-1943, "Father" footstone [Woodmen of the World Memorial]

Keen, Loyadl, Nov. 30, 1928-Dec. 5, 1928 [Loyad L.?]

Keen, Mildred E., 1922-1971, "Our Mother" [adjacent to marker for Charles E. Keen]

Keen, Nell V., Mar. 2, 1927-Oct. 20, 1972, "Sister"

Keen, Wiley, 1870-1957, "Father" footstone Keen, Sylvania, 1869-1953, "Mother" footstone

Keen, William (Bill), Nov. 13, 1918-Mar. 8, 1992, "Precious Brother" [probably son of Laura Jo and Chas. N. Keen, whose double marker is adjacent]

Keen, Wylie Stewart, May 31, 1922-Jan. 1, 1999, military marker "Pvt US Army World War II"

King, Luther, Apr. 16, 1919-Apr. 7, 1956, military marker as footstone "Tennessee Sgt 36 Signal Co World War II" King, Josephine, Mar. 17, 1923-____, "Married Oct. 5, 1940" "Their children Charles L./Tony L."

King, Minnie L., 1879-1950, "Mother" footstone King, Edgar L., 1883-1967, "Father" footstone

Kolwyck, Infant, Aug. 2, 1932, "Infant son of Mr. & Mrs. Henry Kolwyck"

Lacy, Wm., d. 1835, "Age 80 Years" (carved on fieldstone; very eroded, difficult to read in 1991; removed circa 1994) [Special note: William Lacy was a Revolutionary War veteran who filed a pension application from Henderson County in 1834. The marker, a carved fieldstone, was still readable in 1991. The fieldstone stood under a shrub approximately where the double marker for Opal Thomas Arnold and Carolyn Arnold Cooley now stands. The shrub and fieldstone were removed about 1994 when the Arnold-Cooley marker was erected.]

Leonard, Malinda L., d. Sept. 6, 1888, "Aged 50 Ys, 9 Ms, 19 Ds" "Wife of I. M. Leonard" (eroded)

Leonard, Mary [see Flowers, Mary Leonard]

Lewis, Davis, Apr. 10, 1860-Mar. 18, 1933 Lewis, Mary, June 25, 1859-Dec. 7, 1925 [replacement]

Lewis, Pink, Aug. 29, 1889-Nov. 28, 1972 Lewis, Doshie, Aug. 25, 1891-Sept. 14, 1986

Lockhart, George E., May 21, 1908-Feb. 23, 1981, "Dad" footstone Lockhart, Hattie L., Nov. 25, 1910-Feb. 4, 1992

Lunsford, Irene Brunt, July 28, 1920-June 30, 1997, "Mother" footstone Lunsford, James Elbert, Oct. 3, 1919-Sept. 29, 1980, "Daddy" footstone, "Married 1939" "Our children James Waldon/Charlotte Ann" [Masonic symbol]

Maricle, __achiel, d. May 29, ____ (eroded)

Mayes, Ader Roberta Vineyard, July 5, 1905-Sept. 1933, "Mother" footstone [replacement]

Mayes, Mary K. (Mollie), June 28, 1876-Mar. 15, 1927, "Mother" footstone [adjacent to marker for Rufus Mayes]

Mayes, Rufus, Feb. 10, 1870-Mar. 3, 1962

McComic, Judy H., June 19, 1949-____ McComic, Charles L., May 19, 1940-Apr. 8, 1999, military marker as footstone "US Navy"

McComic, Pauline, Dec. 4, 1920-Mar. 15, 1997, "Sister" footstone

McCormick, Sam, 1888-1915 [replacement]

McEarl, Nola Mae, May 4, 1924-May 3, 1987

McPeake, Pauline [see Hayes, Pauline McPeake]

Merkley, Cordy J., 1901-1976, "Mother" footstone; as reported in Pierce: Cordelia Merkley, d. Apr. 7, 1976. "Aged 76 Years 13 Days" Merkley, John H., 1889-1961, "Father" footstone

Merkley, Jackie [see Flowers, Jackie Merkley]

Milner, Vannie [see Hays, Vannie L.]

Moody, Ada F., Nov. 23, 1892-Apr. 21, 1977

Moore, Opal, 1915-____ Moore, Roy, 1910-____ [overlooked or not found in 1991; from Pierce]

Mote, Myra L., Apr. 14, 1963-Feb. 15, 1990, "Daughter" [share triple marker with her parents Betty L. and Joseph F. Arnold; an earlier temporary marker noted her to be Myra Leigh Mote]

Myracle, Isabelle C. J. [see Douglas, Isabelle C. J.]

Myracle, Jacob, Aug. 6, 1787-Aug. 6, 1848 "Served in the War of 1812" "Was in the Battle of New Orleans"

Myracle, Matilda [see Boren, Matilda]

Myracle, P. A. W., d. Aug. 11, 1869, "Aged 34 Y'rs, 7 M's, 3 Da's" [Masonic symbol]

Myracle, Theodore T., Jan. 11, 1906-July 27, 1996, "Father" footstone Myracle, Ettie M., May 6, 1907-Oct. 24, 1992, "Mother" footstone

O'Gwin, Levicie J., Dec. 3, 1868-June 28, 1947 Q'Gwin, W. S., Mar. 26, 1862-Mar. 16, 1942

Ogwin, Marna, Sept. 3, 1895-Feb. 2, 1919 Ogwin, George T., Jan. 25, 1889-May 14, 1918

Panik, Vallie, 1903-____ Panik, John F., 1900-1971, "Husband" footstone

Pettigrew, Bill, 1908-1972 Pettigrew, Elonza, 1913-____

Pettigrew, Emma J., 1949-1979

Politte, Joe Nell, Aug. 1, 1921-____ Politte, Ralph James, Mar. 5, 1919-May 5, 1969

Powers, Grapel B., Feb. 7, 1916-____ Powers, Lerlie A., Sept. 7, 1915-____, "Married May 12, 1951"

Powers, Tennie C. [see Watson, Tennie C. Powers]

Rainbolt, Dona, 1886-1966 Rainbolt, Bob, 1879-1940

Rains, Rachel, d. 1844, "Aged 56 Years"

Rains, John H., d. Nov. 24, 1867, "Aged 16 Y'rs 8 Mo's 15 Da's" "Son of J. M. Rains"

Renshaw, Clovis, 1890-1955 Renshaw, Jannia, 1898-1968

Renshaw, Infant, Feb. 25, 1936, "Infant son of Clovis & Jannie Renshaw"

Renshaw, Lois, May 11, 1927-Jan. 6, 1927 [replacement]

Renshaw, Mahalie C., Mar. 6, 1869-Feb. 9, 1941 [Eastern Star symbol] Renshaw, Henry J., Oct. 10, 1870-Jan. 3, 1959 [Masonic symbol]

Rhodes, Flossie W., Sept. 24, 1907-July 1, 1983, "Mother" footstone Rhodes, Charles H., Aug. 6, 1909-Sept. 9, 1984, "Father" footstone, "Our children: Charles, Linda, Faye"

Rhodes, William C., 1942-1995, temporary marker, Pafford Funeral Home, 2 yards west of double marker for Flossie W. and Charles H. Rhodes

Rogers, Bessie, Dec. 27, 1896-Aug. 14, 1985, "Wife of A. O. Rogers" Rogers, A. O., July 27, 1891-Feb. 3, 1936, "Husband of Bessie Rogers" [Masonic symbol]

Rogers, Tobe, Aug. 12, 1908-Oct. 19, 1992, "Daddy" [Masonic symbol] Rogers, Dorothy, Aug. 1, 1917-____, "Mother"

Rossi, Gladys [see Bond, Gladys Rossi]

Sims, Joyce [see Duncan, Joyce Sims]

Smith, Fronie B., Feb. 27, 1890-Nov. 22, 1961 Smith, Leonard L., Sept. 10, 1909-Feb. 6, 1976 Smith, Elzie, Nov. 8, 1914-Mar. 4, 1997

Smith, Herman L., Sept. 13, 1931-Dec. 5, 1998, military marker "Pvt US Army Korea"

St. John, Audrey A., 1924-1973 [death date reported in Pierce as Sept. 16, 1973] St. John, Gerald E., 1920-1966, military marker as footstone "Tennessee Tec 5 Adj Gen School World War II; dates on military marker Dec. 14, 1920-Mar. 6, 1966

Steed, Rebecka A., d. Sept. 1, 1835, "Aged 3 Y'rs 5 m's 3 d's" "Daughter of L. M. & S. Steed"

Sullivan, Cova Ray, Apr. 10, 1917-May 17, 1951

Sullivan, Maude Hays, 1882-____ [she died July 14, 1970] Sullivan, Calvin N., 1876-1950, "Father" footstone

Taylor, Dorothy, Apr. 11, 1922-____ Taylor, Delbert, May 1, 1924-Apr. 23, 1992, "Our children Odell Janice" [named as Loy Delbert Taylor on temporary marker recorded in 1992]

Teague, Asa, no date, "Agd 1 Year" (very old, difficult to read)

Teague, Susan Derryberry, July 10, 1817-1849, "Dau. of daniel-Wife of Abraham" "Erected by Guy Derryberry" [replacementt]

Teague, W., no dates (very old marker)

Thomas, Bertie Duke, 1888-1922 [replacement]

Thomas, C. C., Aug. 18, 1846-Feb. 22, 1936 Thomas, E. J., Mar. 10, 1844-May 22, 1934

Thomas, Charlie O., 1884-1930, "Husband of Bettie Thomas"

Thomas, Joseph W., 1885-1974 [as reported by Pierce: Joseph William Thomas, d. Feb. 15, 1974, "Aged 88 Years 5 Months 4 Days"]

Thomas, Opal [see Arnold, Opal Thomas]

Tucker, Delzie, 1887-1979, "Mother" footstone Tucker, Carroll, 1885-1957, "Father" footstone

Tyner, Estie, 1893-1967, "Mother"

Vineyard, Ader Roberta [see Mayes, Ada Roberta]

Watson, Amanda A. Douglas, Dec. 12, 1870-Oct. 14, 1903, "Wife of J. F. Watson" "Loving wife and mother" [probably daughter of Isabelle C. J. Douglas, whose marker is adjacent]

Watson, Ava W., Oct. 19, 1874-Apr. 22, 1946, "Wife of J. F. Watson" "A devoted wife and loving mother"

Watson, Flurzie, Oct. 2, 1899-June 20, 1904, "Dau. of J. F. & Amanda Watson"

Watson, Infant, Oct. 11, 1903-May 23, 1904, "Infant son of J. F. & Amanda Watson"

Watson, Infant, born & died Dec. 1, 1911, "Infant son of J. F. & Tennie Watson"

Watson, J. F., Oct. 6, 1858-Aug. 29, 1937

Watson, Nina S., Dec. 9, 1928-____ Watson, Coy L., Dec. 1, 1926-May 2, 1997, military marker as footstone "Coy Lee Watson" "S1 US Navy World War II"; "Married Apr. 12, 1946"

Watson, Oliver Esco, May 30, 1893-May 20, 1962, miliatry marker as footstone "Tennessee PFC 4 Mil Police Co World War I" Watson, Amanda Ethel, Sept. 5, 1901-Dec. 1, 1972

Watson, Tennie C. Powers, Aug. 17, 1874-Dec. 11, 1911, "Wife of J. F. Watson" "A loving wife and mother"

White, June B., June 13, 1936-July 29, 1998, "Wife" footstone White, J. O., May 6, 1930-____, "Husband" footstone, "Married Mar. 19, 1960"

Wilkins, Wilma, Apr. 11, 1923-____ Wilkins, Dorsey, Oct. 26, 1918-____, "Wed Dec. 24, 1941"

Wilson, Infant, Sept. 22, 1915-Oct. 25, 1915, "Infant dau. of E. F. & Virginia Wilson"

Wilson, Virginia, July 29, 1877-Oct. 27, 1915, "Wife of E. F. Wilson"

Wood, B. M., d. Dec. 12, 1833 (eroded) [best guess on name and date]

Woods, Dora, Mar. 2, 1869-June 12, 1957 Woods, Willie, June 28, 1868-Mar. 4, 1935

Woods, Guy Elco, Sept. 19, 1920-____

Woods, Lillie S., June 20, 1887-Aug. 13, 1971 Woods, Elco, Feb. 19, 1890-June 18, 1965 [Masonic symbol], "Mama and Papa" footstone "Their children Elston, Herman, Guy Odell, Audie Ray, Ruby Lerlie, and Jeweldean"

Woods, Mary E., Jan. 23, 1930-____ Woods, William H., Mar. 2, 1918-Jan. 21, 1976, military marker as footstone "William Herman Woods" "Cpl Army Air Force World War II"

Woodward, J. A., Feb. 4, 1949-Mar. 7, 1992

Woodward, Leva Hays, Aug. 8, 1906-Feb. 21, 1970


Unidentifiable

A.A.H., loose, out-of-place footstone

A.G.I., loose, out-of-place footstone

A.T., on fieldstone, very old

Almed___, d. June 21, ____, "Wife of ____" (fragments) [Note: in the census of 1870 Anthony Hays had a daughter named Almeda H. Hays]

D.T.H. footstone

E.H., footstone, adjacent to marker for Anthony Hays [probable Elizabeth, wife of Anthony Hayes]

E.C.D. footstone

J.T.G., on fieldstone

P.B.A. and "Mary E." on fragment

R.R.C., footstone 1 yard south of the matching footstone for Rachael Rains

Tainer H., footstone-like marker

W.B.H., footstone


Note: These footstones and fragments were recorder in 1991. Most have since been removed.

References[edit]


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