EAGIN CEMETERY, (Baugh Rd next to the rails on Eagin Cem. Rd)GILES COUNTY, TENNESSEE

Mapping the Location

 

Area Views of the Cemetery: 6089/6090/6094/6106/6107/6108
Old historic houses in the area:
6087/6110
The fallen Hackberry Tree in the cemetery, no stones hit, but one section of the fence destroyed:
6104/6105

EAGIN, A.H.,
1866 - 1954.
6092/6094
EAGIN, Clara,
1904 - 1918.
6093/6094
EAGIN, Ella Justin,
1869 - 1936.
6091/6094
EAGIN, James W.,
1870 - 1943. Brother
6099
and
EAGIN, Betty M.,
1891 - 1961. Sister
6099
EAGIN, R. B.,
16 Jun 1836 - 21 Dec 1906.
6095/6098/6088
and
EAGIN, Mary M.,
4 Mar 1839 - 15 Feb 1908.
6096/6098/6088
and
EAGIN, R. T.,
3 Oct 1872 - 7 Oct 1915.
6097/6098/6088

There are at least two graves with stacked rocks as markers; no inscriptions. It is likely these are very old or prior to 1850:
6100/6101/6102/6103

Visited & photographed 16 Apr 2011, eleven days before the terrible storms of 27 Apr 2011 by C. Wayne Austin. Added to this site 24 May 2012. Also found on page 103 of the book Giles County Cemeteries by the Giles County Historical Society, 1986.

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