TARPLEY CEMETERY (Owl Hollow Road at base of Hwy 64 bypass) GILES COUNTY, TENNESSEE

Mapping the Location


Area Views of the cemetery. There are none. I made most of these photos as I climbed back up the 200 foot bank of the road and none came thru picturing the cemetery. The brush is too dense for photos: 5599/5600/5601/5602/the tombstone buried in dense brush:5596

TARPLEY, William J., 5 Feb 1822 - 2 Dec 1915. (Inscription on east side of monument) 5597
TARPLEY, Mary N., 22 Jan 1832 - 10 Jan 1911. (Inscription on east side of monument) 5597
TARPLEY, Bettie, 16 Mar 1899 - 22 Aug 1899 (not found in this survey but given the density of the brush it is to be expected)
TARPLEY, Myrtle T., 3 Apr 1876 - 27 Nov 1877. (Inscription on west side of monument) 5595
TARPLEY, Judith, 17 May 1852 - 26 Sep 1928, (gravestone not found, sister of Mrs. B. M. Brown and Mrs. G. E. Coffman, and one brother, E. J. Tarpley,
Marital Status: Single; d/o W. J. Tarpley & Mary Freeman Tarpley
Residential address: 136 5Th Ave. Pulaski, W. Buried in Tarpley Cemetery; Added here by the info from C. R. Lane. 4/2015.)

Unknown part of a tombstone in dense vines at the foot of the main monument:

Visited & photographed 24 Oct 2012 by C. Wayne Austin. Added to this site 7 Nov 2012 by the same. Also published in the book Giles County Cemeteries, Page 505 by the Historical Society 1986. I added the two parents - William & Mary  - out there on Findagrave.com with the accompanying photo.

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