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BEARDEN CEMETERY, (Hwy 110), LINCOLN COUNTY, TENNESSEE

Mapping the Location

Area photos of the Bearden Cemetery: 5964/5966/5967C/0055/0175/0185/0181/0184/0056/0176/0185
The Ceremony honoring the the soldiers & the Bearden & Brown families who so willingly gave their sons in battle: Soldiers in Honor, year 2011 (see Findagrave.com, Bearden Cemetery, Lincoln County Tn, for further information)

BEARDEN, Alfred, 16 Feb 1811 - 14 Dec 1888. Our Father & Mother married 24 Feb 1831. 5952/5958/5957/5959
BEARDEN, Margaret Downing,
3 Jul 1807 - 20 Jun 1890, born in Williamson Co Tennessee Jul 3, 1807 Jun 20, 1890 married- 24 Feb 1831 Alfred Bearden born in Spartinburg, S.C. 5951/5954/5955/5959/5960/5961
BEARDEN, Capt. N. (Napoleon) Monroe, 8 Feb 1837 - 22 Jan 1863, Son of Alfred & Margaret Bearden, Died from wounds received at the Battle of Stones River (Murfreesboro Tn). Co E 8th Tenn, C.S.A. 5953/5956/0179
BEARDEN, Alfred (Alfred Bova Jr.), 29 Jul 1852 - 17 Nov 1852. (Stone largely unreadable now. We rely on previous historians transcriptions.) 0050C/0050/0051/0178
BEARDEN, L. J. Eliphas, 31 Mar 1832 - 25 Nov 1899. Served with Co. C 8th Tenn Vols. C.S.A. (This stone not found in any survey I have done (CWA), probably originated from someone's family knowledge.)
BROWN, Robinson M., 1837-1864 Killed in the Battle of Atlanta Ga., Co E 8th Tenn, C.S.A. 0043C/0043/0045/0044/0177
BROWN, Mary E. V. Bearden, 21 Mar 1839 - 11 Sep 1864. Daughter of Alfred & Margaret Bearden; Mother of Lileon M. & Margaret E. Brown. 5962/5963
F . . . . . . . ., D. O., (no other information, unknown carved stone with initials D. O. F. located between the monuments for Mary E.V. Brown and Robinson M. Brown. 5965/0045/0177

1 unmarked grave as reported by previous records.

This presentation is based on the photography of C. Wayne Austin Sep 2009 & 14 Oct 2010. Some of the material was presented on Page 527 Lincoln Co Cemeteries (book.) Added here 22 Jul 2012. Findagrave.com contributors  including myself have blown me out of the water with their presentation on this cemetery, including their restoration of the cemetery and great photos. I will go ahead and present this cemetery in the interest of presenting photos with more readable inscriptions. Findagrave has family information and military celebration of soldiers lives for their sacrifice since this cemetery has at least two soldiers that died in battle in the Confederate military.