Mapping the Location

Area Photos of the Cemetery:7099/7097
Historic Home south of Pulaski Court House one mile on Hwy 31 east side: 7100

BROWN, Aaron, 25 Mar 1856 - 6 Dec 1857, son of Flora & Jackson Brown. (no surname given on stone, African American slave child, died before being freed, surname given as Brown in the Giles Co Cemetery book. Died during slavery when blacks used only a given name.) 7096C/7096/7097
LEWIS, Albert, 20 Dec 1820 - 1 Feb 1876, Father of Dr. Lewis.
MAXWELL, William Armstrong, 24 Oct 1792 - 1 Aug 1871, (Grandfather of Charles A. White).
MAXWELL, Deliah Lucretia, 8 Jan 1808 - 1 Jun 1888. 7093/7092/7099
MAXWELL, Lycorgus, Died 1 Mar 1863. Then shall the dust return to the earth as it was, but the spirit unto God who gave it. (stone broken  at base) 7095C/7095/7099
MAXWELL, Unknown Soul, Stone with name William A. Maxwell inscribed on it but dates were cleared indicating it was a used stone. I believe this stone was discarded but given to another member of the Maxwell family to mark an now unknown grave and was the old stone for William Armstrong Maxwell before his stone was upgraded. 7098C/7098
There are other graves here that are not marked by inscribed markers around the area of the Aaron Brown monument. 7097

Visited & photographed 29 Sep 2011 by C. Wayne Austin. Initial typing by Faye Bradford. Added to this site 26 Aug 2012 by C. Wayne Austin. Also published in the book Giles County Cemeteries, Page 358 by the Historical Society 1986. Presented on with no listings as of today.

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