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JOINES-SHRADER CEMETERY, (Petty Hollow Rd) GILES COUNTY, TENNESSEE

This map shows the Joines Cemetery northeast of Cook Cemetery over the hill off of Cook Hollow Road. With this map we also see the GPS Coordinates - Latitude and Longitude.  

Location: Highway 64 West, right into Campbellsville Road. Right into Minnow Branch Road; bear left at forks to Cook Hollow Road. Stop at Cook Cemetery and walk the rest of the way; cemetery on left of road over the hill about 3 tenths of a mile northeast from Cook Cemetery. No road leading to it. Go north from Cook Cemetery until the fence line comes up. The gate is on the other side of the hill into the next field. After  exiting the gate go west down the fence row down the hill on the other side.  bear right toward edge of other tree line across that field. Cemetery is in the edge of the field just inside of the trees. This is about 4 tenths of a mile from Cook Hollow Road standing east of Cook Cemetery.

This aerial view shows the cemetery on the left of Petty Hollow Road far back northwest off the road. The cemetery is on left of Petty Hollow Road over the hill about 3 tenths of a mile northeast from Cook Cemetery. No road leading there. The yellow arrow points out the spot. Stop at Cook Cemetery and walk the rest of the way.  Follow the highlighted yellow path on the above map and go north from Cook Cemetery until the fence line comes up. Follow along the fence line going west on the south side of the fence climbing over the hill. The gate into the north field is on the other side of the hill into the next field. After exiting the gate (Possibly locked) continue west on the fence row down the hill on the other side.  Next bear right or northward away from your fence line out into the field toward the edge of a south facing tree line across that field. Cemetery is in the edge of the field just inside of the trees. This is about 3 tenths of a mile northwest from Cook Cemetery. You will need permission from the owner for all of this as the gate may be locked and cattle was in the area when I was there. Please travel quietly and give the cattle ample space so they are not disturbed.
Mapping from Topozone, 2004 MS Streets & Google. Modified and added here 2 May 2010 by Wayne Austin.