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NAVE-PHELPS CEMETERY, (Bunker Hill Rd) GILES COUNTY, TENNESSEE
aka Phelps Cemetery.

Mapping the Location

Location: Highway 64 East, right on Pisgah Road, follow Indian Creek Road to Snuff Branch (East of Snuff Branch), North of Bunker Hill. Upon the slope in a grove of trees northeast behind the old house likely founded by these settlers.
House: 4459
Area View: 4433, 4434, 4435, 4444, 4445, 4455, 4456, 4457, 4458

NAVE, Elezemond G., 27 Jun 1833 - 19 Mar 1858. "Beloved by all who knew him best." 4429, 4430, 4425(footstone)
NAVE, Obedience, 24 Dec 1811 - 15 Apr 1840. "Married Jacob Nave July 20, 1831." Stone tumbled upon rocks & wedged into a tree face down. , 4432, 4431, 4433
PHELPS, Alice Jane, 18 Jun 1853 - 17 Jul 1856. 4438, 4439
PHELPS, Martha Frances, 17 Dec 1850 - 1 Jul 1856. 4436, 4437, 4439
PHELPS, Mary D., 28 Sep 1848 - 18 Jul 1868. 4442, 4443
PHELPS, Mary E., 1 Jun 1826 - 28 Aug 1858. "consort of A. M. Phelps." 4440, 4441, 4443
TUCKER, Virginia, 7 Jan 1824 - 3 Oct 1888. 4446-, Graphic
TUCKER, Thomas B., no dates listed. Military stone: " Sgt. Co F 3 TENN INF. C. S. A.." 4447, 4446-
TUCKER, Dallas, no dates listed. No photo, memorial not found **
TUCKER, Etta, 15 Oct 1881 - 21 Jan 1926. "At Rest.", "Mother." Stone was removed from the ground and sat up on its base. ** 4422, 4423, 4424

Unknown souls: 4448, 4449, 4450, 4451, 4452, 4453, 4454

Jacob Nave the husband of Obedience may be interred here. However there is a Jacob Nave who died in Ohio who was born in 1811 and another who died in Missouri. He was born in 1814. See findagrave.com for that information.  
**Dallas & Etta Tucker are the only known interments of African-American descent interred here.

This cemetery was visited and the memorials photographed by Wayne Austin 4 Mar 2010. The listing was transcribed & edited by Mary Bob McClain. Typing by Faye Bradford, Jun 2010. Final formatting and added here 30 Jun 2010 by Wayne Austin.. This cemetery also listed on page 409, Giles County Cemetery book by the Giles County Historical Society. 1989. This book continues to be an important source of cemetery and genealogy.