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BUTLER, H. T. (Henry Todd),  19 Oct 1794 - 29 May 1870.  (h/o Amuseadora McNairy; s/o Samuel Warring and Mary Emily Keeling Butler; He was alive according to the census of Jun 1870.) 6191C/6191/6192/footstone H.T.B.: 6195
BUTLER Musedora/(Amuseadora), 27 Feb 1811 - 24 Feb 1876. (nee: McNairy; wife of Henry T. Butler, d/o Robert and Ann Hamilton McNairy) 6191C/6191/6192/footstone M.B.:6194

MAY, child, no dates, other information.

Fieldstone possibly marking an unknown grave: 6193

A Mays (surname) child is thought be among others that are buried here without a headstone. Source Giles Co Cemetery book.

This stone should have been cleaned better because I cannot now read the Month of death on Henry T. Butler. It is covered by dry mud. Also the exact year of death as the "0" in 1870 is pretty much presumed though I can see it is a curved numeral. The tombstone readers of years ago read the death date as 29 May 1870. The Stone Carvers were Morris Brothers as inscribed. This stone is sadly broken and though the grounds are  fence it is neglected. This is a perfect example of a graveyard that should be moved to a bigger nearby graveyard where maintenance can occur.
I went to visit this graveyard in 2011 during the summer and due to the high fence situation and high weeds I saw no visible stones. Went back in Nov 2012 when the weeds were gone I found visit there was at one formal tombstone here.

Visited & photographed 1 Nov 2012 by Wayne Austin. Added to this site 3 Nov 2012 by the same. Also published in the book Giles County Cemeteries, Page 65 by the Historical Society 1986. Not presented on so I added it there with some photos.