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LYNNWOOD CEMETERY, Lynnville, GILES COUNTY, TENNESSEE

This large granite memorial to the Confederate Soldiers stands in section D of the Lynnville Cemetery.
The truck belongs to one of the maintenance workers here.

LEST WE FORGET
ERECTED AS A MEMORIAL
TO THE CONFEDERATE SOLDIERS
OF GILES COUNTY
BY
LYNNVILLE CHAPTER No. 814 
UNITED DAUGHTERS OF THE
CONFEDERACY
1924
1861  -  CONFEDERATE SOLDIERS  -  1865
This is one of the largest granite monuments in Giles County.

A Listing of Known Soldiers interred here or that have memorials in Lynnwood Cemetery

BALENTINE, Ragsdale, no dates. (beside two other C.S.A. Veteran Memorials, possibly buried in battlefield somewhere) section E 5172

BEARDEN, W.C.,
1840 - 1929. Military marker: "Pvt. Confederate States Army". section E 5170

BLACKBURN, Capt. J.K.P.,
20 Feb 1837 - 6 Jul 1923. (Husb. of Mary "Mackie" McMillan Laird, mar. 10 Feb 1867; 8th Texas Cavalry Regiment, Terry's Texas Rangers; member of Tenn. House of Representative in 1885, Elected Tenn State Senate in 1908; see footnote #1) section D 4051

BRAY, John Butler,
17 May 1838 - 1886. (s/o William Butler Bray & Mary Manerva Wynn Bray; C.S.A., Widow's Pension #W4136 by Rebecca malinda Bray: Ref: Tn. State Library & Archives; no memorial found in 2009, mentioned here as the hus. of Rebecca M.)

BUGG, Robert M. (Malone),
5 Oct 1838 - 5 Apr 1928. "Father" (mar. to Fannie Owen Bugg; Robert lived in Texas from 1858 to 1868 and served during the Civil War in the Texas 23rd Cavalry, Co. H, and in Texas McCulloch's lst Cavalry Co. D. He was elected to the 53rd Tenn. General Assembly in 1903-1905 as a Democratic Representative from Giles Co. Ref: Libby apocklaipse@yahoo.com, 2nd wife was Maggie Boatright Bugg Ref: Tom Harman tlharman1@graandecom.net ) section C 3380

DAVIDSON, M.L., 14 Dec 1844 - 5 Jan 1927. Military marker: "Tennessee Pvt. Co. D 19 Biffle's Cav Confederate States Army" (mar. to S.A. Davidson) section E 4856/4859

EVANS, Capt Robert L. (Laird),
3 Apr 1831 - 12 Feb 1916. "He served in the Confederate Army 3 yrs. 8 mo. and was Captain of Company I, 53rd Tennessee Regiment until the close of the war." , "He has been a master mason since 1870.", "Married Nov 23 1852 (to Delila Angus Evans) and lived together happily for 55 yrs. 14 da." Military marker: "Captain Co I 53 Tenn. Inf. C.S.A." (Son of James Hampton Evans and Nancy Laird Evans; He was captured at Franklin, Tn., 1864 and send to Louisville, Kentucky. On Dec. 2, 1864 he was sent to Johnson's Island, where he was released on 16 Jun 1865. :ref: Libby; Soldier's Pension #S5183; Ref: Tn. State Library & Archives; rank in Pvt. rank out Capt. Film. #M231 roll 14. Ref: Civil War Soldiers and Sailors) section C 3033/3037

FRANKS, Wiley
, no dates. "Co. B, 3 Tenn." (C.S.A.; stone in area with 2 other undated tombstones of CSA soldiers who likely are buried in battlefields somewhere; tombstone broken in half, only bottom half remains upright.) section E 5173

GORDON, T.M.,
11 Sep 1827 - 27 Jul 1901. "Lieut. Col., 3rd Tenn Regiment" (C.S.A.) section D 3851

HICKMAN, Edward T.
, 1823 - 1913. Military marker: "Tennessee PVT Co.I 53 Regt Tenn. Inf Confederate States Army" section E 5115

ISAACS, C.E.,
26 Nov 1844 - 5 Nov 1901. "At Rest" (mar. to Ella Higdon Isaacs; same stone with Mattie P. Isaacs; C.S.A. Flag engraved on top left corner of ts.) section D 4718

JOHNSON, John C.,
25 Oct 1825 - 7 Sep 1904. "Co E, 11 Regt. Tenn Cav., C.S.A." section D 4119

KIRK, Capt. Lewis
,
no dates. " Co. D, 9th Tenn Cav.", (C.S.A.; beside two other C.S.A. Veteran Memorials, possibly buried in battlefield somewhere) section E 5174

McQUIGG, Abner T. (Turner),
1831 - 1923. (Son of Robert Gilmore McQuigg & Elizabeth Fry McQuigg; mar. to Martha A. McQuigg; C.S.A., Pvt. Co. I, 53rd Tenn Infantry Regiment, Widow's Pension #W9640 filed by Martha Ann McQuigg; Ref: Tn. State Library & Archives. Note: The Giles County, Tennessee Lineage Book" lists his birth as Aug 17, 1833" Ref: Tom tlharman1@graandecom.net a decendant of the McQuigg family) section E 5199

McMAHON,Thomas G.,
"C.S.A." 1841 - 1928. section D 4464

MITCHELL, R. A.,
1836 - 1896. "Capt. 3rd Tenn Regt, Co. B." section E 4833

MOORE, Robert
, 2 Dec 1842 - 19 Aug 1932. "Father" Military marker: "Pvt Co K 1 Tenn Cavalry Civil War." section D 4663/4662

REYNOLDS, James Harbert,
1842 - 8 Aug 1911. "Co. B, 3rd Tenn Infantry C.S.A." section D 4753/4754

SMITH, William Daniel,
19 Jan 1844 - 16 Mar 1909. (Serving under Gen. Forrest, 53rd Regt., C.S.A.) section D 3715

WILSON, J.F.,
2 Dec 1847 - 31 May 1930. Military marker: "Nixon's 20 Tenn Cav" (mar. to Priscilla D. Wilson) section D 3724/3725

Photos & graphics by Wayne Austin 7 May 2009. Added here 3 Jul 2009. Listing compiled by Mary Bob McClain Richardson 6 Jul 2009. Tombstone photos available on the main listing.