YOUNG'S CHAPEL CEMETERY, Youngs Chapel Rd., GILES COUNTY TENNESSEE
BEARDEN, James T., 1873 - 6 Jul 1898 (s/o Rufus Maclin and Mary Eliza Cunningham Bearden) Unmarked
Obituary: The Pulaski Citizen Thursday, 14 Jul 1898 "Pisgah" by Theo
Quite a sad death occurred near here Wednesday morning. Mr. Jim Bearden, after eating breakfast, as usual, started to work. On crossing a bridge near the house he was seized with a hard seizure and fell into the water on his face, and although the water was very shallow, he was drowned before any one discovered him.
The Pulaski Citizen Thursday, 14 Jul 1898 "Pisgah" by Pensive
James Bearden, an epileptic, started to the thresher one day last week when he was seized with a fit, fell in the branch near Prof. Roy Collins' and was drowned. His father came on later going to the thresher and found him. We extend sympathy to the bereaved family.
BEARDEN, Mary Eliza Cunningham 17 Jun 1834 14 Jan 1912 Unmarked grave. (w/o Rufus Maclin Bearden) (d/o John Wilson "Jackie" and Elizabeth Shields Cunningham)
Obituary: The Pulaski Citizen, 18 Jan 1912, p. 2.
Mrs. Mary Bearden, aged 78, died of lagrippe Sunday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Andy Burns, and was buried at Young's Chapel with services by Rev. G. H. Turpin. Mrs. Bearden had been afflicted for forty years but bore her sufferings with Christian fortitude. She was a member of the Swan Creek Presbyterian Church in Lincoln County. Her husband died about two years ago and she is survived by four children, Mrs. AndyBurns, William Bearden, Mrs. John Bledsoe, and Miss Pearl Bearden.
BEARDEN, Rufus Maclin 05 Nov 1831 28 Jul 1909 (h/o Mary Eliza Cunningham Bearden) Unmarked CSA Co. K, 44th TN Inf (s/o Francis W. and Lucinda Cunningham Bearden)
Obituary: The Pulaski Citizen 05 Aug 1909
R. M. Bearden, a highly esteemed and good citizen of the seventh district died at his home at the tollgate on the Vales Mill Pike, on Wednesday of last week, aged about 79 years. Mr. Bearden was a devout member of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church and is survived by his wife and several grown children. The burial occurred at Young's Chapel.