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Oak Hill Cemetery


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Johnson City, Washington County, Tennessee

N 36 18' 53"
W 082 21' 24"

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Bounded by Wilson Avenue, S. Boone Street, Lamont Street
and Whitney Street.
working

William Bascom Gouge

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WILLIAM BASCOM
GOUGE

FEB.6.1908 -- NOV.2.1996

Sanna May Jones

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SANNA MAE JONES
GOUGE

MAY 25,1914 - JUNE 1,2001

William May Jones

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WILLIAM M. JONES
1859 - 1929

Nora David Fletcher
Samuel Wilson Jones

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JONES
MOTHER
FATHER
NORA D.
1882-1956
SAM W.
1879-1967

Ancil Loyd Jones

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ANCIL L. JONES
JULY 5, 1928
SEPT 8, 1950

Mary Belle Jones

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MARY BELLE J. MILLER
MAR 18, 1925
JUNE 24, 1950

Gainease Barlow Robertson

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Ellen Jane King

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ELLEN
JANE
KING

1948

James D. Martin
Martha L. Dickinson

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MARTIN
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JAS. D. MARTIN
JONESVILLE VA.
1827 -- 1885
--- WIFE ---
MARTHA L. DICKINSON
MIDDLESBORO KY.
1840 -- 1921

Harold Ted Simerly

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HAROLD TED SIMERLY
SEPTEMBER 23, 1906
FEBRUARY 19, 1924

Anna Dudley Wood

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ANNA DUDLEY WOOD
THOMPSON
JULY 31, 1905
JAN. 18, 2001

Blanche C. Webb

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BLANCHE C. WEBB
JAN 20, 1904
MAY 30, 1980

William H. Stewart

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WILLIAM H STEWART
TENNESSEE
SFC 631 AERO SQ
WORLD WAR I
DEC 24 1892 AUG 2 1951

Henry Johnson
Mary Hoss

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HENRY JOHNSON
1809 - 1874
MARY HOSS JOHNSON
1811 - 1883
HENRY JOHNSON AND HIS WIFE, MARY HOSS JOHNSON,
LOCATED IN THIS COMMUNITY IN MAY 1854. A MAN
WITH A VISION HE BUILT THE FIRST RAILROAD STATION,
FREIGHT STATION, GENERAL STORE, RESTAURANT AND
HOTEL. THE SMALL COMMUNITY HE STARTED WAS
CHARTERED AS JOHNSON CITY, TENNESSEE, ON DECEMBER
1, 1869. ON JANUARY 3, 1870, JOHNSON WAS ELECTED
THE FIRST MAYOR OF THE CITY WHICH BEARS HIS NAME,
RECEIVING AN UNANIMOUS VOTE FROM THE 60 REGISTERED
MALE VOTERS. AN OUTPOURING OF SORROW UPON HIS
DEATH TOLD PLAINLY THAT HE WAS BELOVED AND
RESPECTED BY ALL WHO KNEW HIM.

Betty Jean Hartsook

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BETTY JEAN HARTSOOK
JULY
1930
NOV.
1997

Virginia Berry

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Joseph Edie Wade

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Isabel Wade

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Mary Markland                        David Markland

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MARY MARKLAND
BENNETT
FEB.20,1887 - MAR.19,1949
DAVID MARKLAND
APRIL 3, 1872
MAY 2, 1931

Edie Berry Wade

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James Barton

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JAMES BARTON
DEC. 25, 1900
JULY 27, 1901

Sudie Meadows

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SUDIE MEADOWS
JUNE 1, 1874
MAR. 17, 1943

Stephen Brown

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STEPHEN BROWN
AUG. 4, 1868
MAR. 17, 1938

Mary J. Folsom

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  • This is a partial survey as of April 28, 2001, April 19, 2002 and March 25, 2006.
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