WARNER CEMETERY, (Warner
Bridge Road, 2 miles w. of Shelbyville), BEDFORD COUNTY, TENNESSEE
DIXON, Mary A., 16 Nov 1837 - 10 Jan 1843, daughter of Hilliard & Eliza Dixon.
WARNER, John, 11 Jan 1783 - 11 May 1834, "Leaving a wife & 4 children to mourn his loss" (Second Sheriff of Bedford County. TN.)
WARNER, Eunice, 5 Apr 1792 - 2 Oct 1852 Consort of John Warner & daughter of William & Mary Dixon, "Leaving two Sons & two Daughters."
WARNER, William Dixon, Born 1 Dec 1815 - 27 --- 1842, son of John & Eunice Warner.
WARNER, Richard, Born 27 July 18_8  - 28 Sep 1835.
WARNER, Corporal S. J. (Samuel Josiah), Company K, 1st Tennessee Infantry, Mexican War, (No dates, probably a military marker)
WARNER, Huldah B., 3 Jul 1848 - 20 Aug 1851.
WARNER, Pertly V., 30 Nov 1851 - 27 Jan 1852.
Many unmarked graves.
Others who might be buried here:
Van Buren Warner a son (single) who died 31 Aug 1845 and son of John & Eunice Warner is interred here.
A granddaughter of John & Eunice (Dixon) Warner was the first lady of Tennessee and wife of Governor Henry Horton during the 1930s.
Listed on page 82 of Bedford County Tennessee Cemetery Records by Tim & Helen Marsh, but including some known and obvious changes. Added here 30 Nov 2011 by Wayne Austin.
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