INDIAN CREEK CEMETERY (Newman
Road) GILES COUNTY TENNESSEE
Mapping the Location
Over views of the cemetery: 3665/3666/3667/3668/3669/3670/3697/3698/3699/3710/3711
Church building & cemetery signage: 3260/3261/3269/3664
Old Slave graveyard nearby - no formal markers burials unknown - large area next to Bunker Hill Road - 4165/Memorial stone - informal:4163/4164/4166/Locator Map:4167/Google Map Locator
BASS, Alice (no dates).
BASS, Erastus, (no dates).
BASS, Rev. Gene, (no dates).
BASS, Henry, (no dates).
BASS, Katie Mae, (no dates).
BASS, Elder Mack, 28 Mar 1888 - 11 Jan 1897.
BASS, James Jr., 1928 - 1949. 3692
BELL, Sgt. Maj. John, US military marker, III US Colored Infantry - war service not specified, but before WW I, 1918 and Civil War, 1861, or after. Weeds had gotten tall here and the grounds were burned off. A very bad idea since tombstones that are burned like this one - over time - will crumble to dust. 3708/3709
BIRDSONG, Mattie Flora, (no dates).
BIRDSONG, Mitch, (no dates).
BIRDSONG, Robert A., 23 Aug 1937 - 25 Dec 1958. Son 3695/son:3696
BLACK, Mattie, (no dates).
BLAIR, Mezzie, 1884 - 1852?/(1952), concrete marker. 3702
BLEDSOE, Jennie, (no dates).
BRIDGEFORTH, Georgia Lee, 1917 - 10 Jun 1980.
BURDEN, Mattie, (no dates).
BUSH, Annie Lee, 1879 - 1975.
BUSH, Jane, 1873 - 1948.
BUSH, James Marvin, 4 Jun 1910 - 12 Apr 1989. 3262C/3262/3264
BUSH, Margret, 22 Mar 1911 - 8 Aug 1994. 3262/3265
DOBBINS, Donnell, d. 21 Jun 1924. Tennessee, Cook, 522 Server Battalion. 3704
FRANKLIN, Emma Lee, 12 May 1908 - 1 Sep 1959. Mother. (Stone fallen) 3689
FRANKLIN, Matt, (no dates).
FRANKLIN, Maggie, (no dates).
FRANKLIN, Roger, 1921 - 1970.
FULLER, Dick, d. 4 Feb 1933. Tennessee, Pvt Med Dept. 3706C/3706
GRIGSBY, Lillie Mae, 7 Apr 1897 - 9 Oct 1976. Mother 3707C/3707
HARWELL, Viney, (no dates).
HAWKINS, Gracie, (no dates).
HAWKINS, John, (no dates).
HAWKINS, Johnny, 1896 - 1957. 3690
HOLT, Milton, 1878 - 1951. (concrete marker). 3703
JENNINGS, Henry (no dates).
JENNINGS, John T., 1892 - 1981,
JENNINGS, Williams, (Thurston) 1921 - 1980.
JENNINGS, Neala, (no dates).
JONES, Ada, (no dates).
JONES, Bethel, (no dates).
JONES, Bertha Ann, 3 Feb 1891 - 9 Nov 1984.
JONES, Bill, (no dates).
JONES, Rev. Gilbert, 29 Mar 1898 - 29 Apr 1987. 3266
JONES, Johnnie, 1903 - 1963.
JONES, Loney, (no dates).
JONES, Maggie, (no dates).
JONES, Prince Emmanuel, 1 Jan 1892 - 13 Jun 1979.
JONES, Tommy, 1881 - 1950. 3677
JONES, Rev., William, 20 Dec 1855 - 16 Jul 1918. An Honest Man, the noblest work of God. 3676
KING, Felix, 1875 - 1963. (stone fallen) 3693
KING, Addie, 1888 - 1951. (stone fallen) 3693
KING, Tom, 1899- no other date. 3684
KING, Florence, (12 May) 1900 - (13 Feb) 1967. 3684
KING, Inez, 1919 - 1965. 3685/Granite base misplaced:3683
KING, Pearl, (no dates).
LESLIE, Albert, 31 Mar 1895 - 8 Jan 1953. Tennessee, PVT Co C. 158 Depot Brigade, WW I. 3678
LESLIE, Bessie, 1898 - 1983.
McCALLUM, Cleo, 26 Jul 1897 - 25 Jan 1960. Pvt 147 Co Depot Brigade WW I, 3686
McCAULEY, Virginia, 10 Jul 1903 - 12 Dec 1987. (Funeral Marker says name is Virginia McCauley York) 3267/3268
McCLAURINE, Arinda, (no dates).
McCLAURINE, Bessie, 1896 - 1977.
McCLAURINE, Birdie Lou, (no dates).
McCLAURINE, James, 7 Sep 1957 - 19 Jan 1984.
McCLAURINE, Martin, (no dates).
McLAURINE, James, 19 Jan 1894 - 7 Sep 1967. Tennessee, PVT, 15 Depot Brigade, WW I. 3682C/3682
McLAURINE, Minor, (no dates).
NATION, Willie Lee, 31 Jul 1924 - 27 May 1972.
NATION, Fred, Sr., d. 18 Jan 1942. Tennessee, Pvt, 158 Depot Brigade, 3681
NATION, Fred, Jr., 3 Jul 1922 - 26 Jan 1957. 3688
NATION, Australia, 13 Feb 1901 - 14 Aug 1993. 3263C/3263
REDUS, Buddy, 31 Aug 1901- D. 1903.
ROWE, R. W., 1873 - 1927. 3672
ROWE, Ann, 1877 - 1953. 3673
ROSE, James, (no dates).
SHERRELL, Wallace 1900 - 1946. (Spelled Wllace on stone) 3691
SMITH, Hannah, 1871 - 1953. 3694
SMITH, . . . .y, 16 . .t 1879 - 23 --- 1935. Stone broken and hard to read. Lying next to Donnell Dobbins stone. 3705C/3705/3704
SMITH, Mun, (no dates).
SMITH, Rosie, (no dates).
STATEN, Alta V., (Feb) 1902 - 1953. 3687
STATEN, Arch, 1900 - no death date.
STATEN, James, (no dates).
STATEN, Veda, (no dates).
STEVENSON, Annias, 4 Mar 1842 - 29 Aug 1900.
STEVENSON, Bennie, (no dates).
STEVENSON, Daisy, (no dates).
STEVENSON, Henry Lee, (no dates).
STEVENSON, Fannie Mae, (no dates).
TAYLOR, Lou Ella, (no dates).
TAYLOR, John, 8 Sep 1889 - 4 Dec 1943. 3671/3665
TAYLOR, Mattie M., 11 Nov 1880 - 20 Aug 1934. (grave covered by large concrete slab) 3674/3675
TUCKER, Jim, (no dates).
WARD, Ed, 1900 - Dec 1918.
WILSON, Nancy, 1898 - 1952. 3679
YORK, Sam, (no dates).
Unreadable concrete marker: 3680
Unknown grave surrounded by blocks and an old funeral marker: 3700/3701
Do not confuse this cemetery with the Indian Creek Primitive Baptist Church (white) church and cemetery north of here several miles on Indian Creek Rd. This church is active and the PB church is not.
This publication was developed by starting with a listing from the book Giles County Cemeteries and adding or combining the inscriptions from photos of the stones which looked like they were unique to the first listing. So the listings without a photo are strictly from the book. Since the book listings generally had no dates and were probably from someone's memory the weakness of that would be that a nick name in that listing and a formal name on the tombstone would make it look like two different persons when in actuality it was one person. So there may be duplication in the above listing. Listings without dates are likely to be for interments without a formal marker or a marker that may be lost.
Visited & photographed 6 Oct 2010 by C. Wayne Austin. Initial typing by Faye Bradford. Added to this site 15 Oct 2012 by the C. Wayne Austin. Also published in the book Giles County Cemeteries, Page 178-179 by the Historical Society, 1986. Presented on Findagrave.com with errors - the above listings & photos are co-mingled with the (white) Indian Creek Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery several miles north of here. Added together they are both incomplete. Slave graveyard identification and information aided by George Newman who knows the history of this area probably better than anyone living today.