Young's Chapel Cemetery - Hwy 64E, turn right into Pisgah Pike, bear right into Indian Creek Road, go left under interstate, hold left up minimal paved road to Young's Chapel Church.

ALLISON, Vera 14 Jul 1899 14 Apr 1903 (d/o G. N. and M. E. Allison)
Obituary: The Pulaski Citizen 23 Apr 1903 Bradshaw "Evergreen"
On last Tuesday evening the death angel came and claimed for its victim, little Vera, the four year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Y. Allison. Vera had been suffering for some time with cancer of the eye, when five weeks ago she was taken to Nashville to have the eye removed, thinking, perhaps she would then recover, but God in his infinite goodness saw fit to remove her from this world of pain and sorrow to her heavenly home. She was laid to rest Wednesday in Chapel Cemetery. Funeral services were conducted by Rev. Carden. We extend our heart felt sympathy to the bereaved family.

BEARDEN, James T. __ ___ 1873 06 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.
BELL, Birdie 12 Jul 1898 20 Oct 1900, (w/o J. B. Bell)(d/o and

BELL, J. B. 11 Sep 1901 11 Sep 1902 (h/o Birdie Bell)(s/o ___ and___ Bell)

BIRDSONG, Annie Pearl 15 Jul 1882 21 Jul 1956 (w/o William Pleasant Birdsong)(d/o Lewis and Mattie King Birdsong)
Obituary: The Pulaski Citizen 25 Jul 1956
Funeral services for Mrs. Annie Pearl Birdsong Birdsong, 74, Pisgah housewife, were held at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon at Young's Chapel Presbyterian Church, conducted by the Rev. Bruce Robinson, pastor and Lloyd Robinson. Burial took place in the church cemetery. Mrs. Birdsong died at noon Saturday at Giles County Hospital after a prolonged illness. Born July 15, 1882, in Giles County, she was the daughter of the late Lewis Birdsong and Mattie King Birdsong, and was a member of the Liberty Methodist Church. Mrs. Birdsong is survived by her husband, Will Pleasant Birdsong, farmer of the Pisgah community; three daughters, Mrs. Raymond Chapman, Blooming Grove, Mrs. William Holt, Bunker Hill and Miss Vestal Birdsong, Pisgah; one son, Andrew Lewis Birdsong, Pisgah; seven grandchildren; and one brother, Jess Birdsong, Elkton. Pulaski Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.

BIRDSONG, Dolphus Benton 5 May 1861 md 6 Dec 1882 GCT 5 Jan 1942 (h/o Ella V. Hollis Birdsong)  (s/o Freeman and Cynthia Carden Birdsong)

BIRDSONG, Ella Vesta 15 Jul 1863 24 Sep 1944 (w/o Dolphus Benton Birdsong)(d/o Jacob and Elizabeth Williamson Hollis)
Obituary: The Pulaski Citizen 24 Sep 1944
On September 24, 1944, at 4:00 p.m., the Young's Chapel Presbyterian Communities lost one of its eldest and best loved members in the death of Mrs. Ellla Hollis Birdsong. She was born in 1863. Early in life she became a Christian and lived all her life in this community. From early in life she continued to grow in grace, knowledge, love for God. She was married to Ben Birdsong, who preceded her in death about 2 years ago. Together they embellished a Christian home into which were born ten children, the lives of whom testified to the sterling qualities of her character. She leaves eight children, three sons and five daughters, also seventeen great-grandchildren and a host of relatives and friends to mourn their loss. She won a place in the hearts of all who knew her, by her constant Christian life and interest in the welfare of all in the community. As a wife and mother, she was faithful in teaching her familybyprecept and example the wayof a noble life. She was always optimistic and possessed a sweet, kind and lovable disposition, and a spirit to get along with people. So not only her family but all who knew her will call her blessed. She was a faithful Christian and a constant attendant upon the worship services of Young's Chapel Presbyterian Church. Her greatness was seen in the inner life she lived, rather than the outward. Her memory is engraved upon the hearts of her loved ones and will be a source of comfort and strength for many years to come. "In our hearts there is a picture more precious than silver or gold; It's the picture of our dear mother, and it will never, never grow old.

BIRDSONG, Myrtle 05 Dec 1893 19 Nov 1920 (d/o Dolphus Benton and Ella Vesta Hollis Birdsong)
Obituary: The Pulaski Citizen 25 Nov 1920
Miss Myrtle Birdsong young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Birdsong died Friday at the home of her parents in the Young's Chapel community and was buried at Young's Chapel Saturday, the Rev. Mr. Parkes conducting funeral services.

BIRDSONG, William Pleasant 09 Feb 1885 10 Oct 1956
(h/o Annie Pearl Birdsong)
(s/o Dolphus Benton and Ella Vesta Hollis Birdsong)
Obituary: The Pulaski Citizen 10 Oct 1956
Funeral services for William Pleasant Birdsong, 72, retired farmer of Pisgah community, will be held at one o'clock on Thursday afternoon at Young's Chapel Presbyterian Church, conducted by the Rev. Bruce Robinson, pastor, and the Rev. Lloyd L.Hickman, Baptist minister. Burial took place in the church cemetery. Mr. Birdsong died at 10:30 o'clock Wednesday morning, October 10, at Giles County Hospital a few hours after he sustained a paralytic stroke. Born February 9, 1884, in Giles County, he was the son of the late Adolphus Benton Birdsong and Ella Vashti Hollis Birdsong. His wife, Mrs. Annie Pearl Birdsong Birdsong, died July21 of this year. Mr. Birdsong is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Raymond Chapman, Blooming Grove, Mrs. Wilson Holt, Bunker Hill, and Miss Vestal Birdsong, Pisgah; one son, Andrew Lewis Birdsong; seven grandchildren; four sisters, Mrs. Anna Curtis and Mrs. Lola McLin, Frankewing, Mrs. Dee Robinson, Dellrose, and Mrs. Charles McKnight, Pulaski; and two brothers, Arnold Birdsong, Dellrose, and Virgil Birdsong, Frankewing. Pulaski Funeral Home in charge.

BUTLER, William __ ___ 1858 08 Mar 1918 (s/o and Butler) Unmarked Grave
Obituary: The Pulaski Citizen 14 Mar 1918
William Butler age about sixty years died at his home near Frankewing, of pneumonia and was buried Friday at Young's Chapel. Funeral services were conducted by Rev. W. H. Wade. Mr. Butler was a respected citizen and is survived by his second wife and several children.

COBLE, Margaret Alilla Bryan 30 Jul 1874 9 Oct 1903 (w/o John H. Coble)(d/o ___ ___and  ___ ___Bryan)
Obituary: The Pulaski Citizen 16 Oct 1902
Mrs. J. H. Coble died at Bunker Hill Thursday of consumption and was buried at Young's Chapel Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock with services by Rev. Mr. Beasley. Mrs. Coble was 29 years old, and leaves a husband and three children to mourn her loss.
BUNKER HILL "Tempest and Sunshine"
We are made to bow in sorrow over the death of Mrs. Lilla Coble, nee Bryan, who died Oct. 9, 1902. She was permitted to live 29 years, 3 months and 9 days. She leaves a sorrowing husband and three little boys to mourn her loss. Her life was indeed a life of sunshine, shedding its rays on all who knew her. She was a Christian to the core and the influence of the sweet. Chirst like life of Mrs. Lilla Coble lives after her, and it does one heart good to treasure up the pleasant memories of such a life.

CURTIS, Baby Boy __ ___ 1909 __ ___ 1909, (s/o William Charles and Mildred Birdsong Curtis)
CURTIS, Fred Thompson 6 Mar 1886 15 Feb 1887, (s/o Robert John and Samantha Amy Vaughn Curtis)
CURTIS, James SmITH __ ___ 1871 __ ___ 1933 (h/o Mary Etta Watson Curtis)(s/o Robert John and Sarah Jane King Curtis)
CURTIS, Mary Etta __ ___ 1878 __ ___ 1953, (w/o James Smith Curtis)(d/o William (Comfort) and Lizzie Gilliam Watson)
Obituary: The Pulaski Citizen 18 Feb 1953
Funeral services for Mrs. Etta Watson Curtis, 74, were held at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon at Young's Chapel Presbyterian Church. The Rev. G. H. Turpin, of Chattanooga, a former pastor, officiated and burial took place in the church cemetery. Mrs. Curtis died at 7 o'clock Sunday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Willie Mangrum in Murfreesboro. She was reared at Bunker Hill, the daughter of the late William (Comfort) Watson and Lizzie Gilliam Watson. Her husband, Jim Curtis, died several years ago. Mrs. Curtis, a member of the Presbyterian Church, is survived by one daughter; one granddaughter; two sisters, Mrs. Hattie Gaines Jones, Pulaski and Mrs. Fredonia Williams, Dellrose; and one brother, Bud Watson, Oklahoma.
CURTIS, Robert John 01 Jun 1845 18 May 1928 (h/o [1]. Sarah J. "Sallie" King [2]. Samantha Amy Vaughn Curtis) CSA Co. K, 1st (6th) TN Cav (s/o William Smith and Margaret Russell Curtis)
Obituary: The Pulaski Citizen 23 May 1928
Squire John Curtis died Friday at his home in the Bunker Hill locality aged 83 years. He had not been in good health for some time. His burial was at Young's Chapel Saturday afternoon after services by the Rev. W. H. Wakefield. Squire Curtis was one of Giles County's best citizens and his life was an active and useful one. For fifty years or more he had been a member of the Presbyterian Church and for many years a member of the Giles County Court. He was a Mason and a man ever moved by generous impulses and consideration for others and his hospitality was a well known characteristic. Squire Curtis is survived by his second wife and several children: Mrs. Richard Thorpe, John Curtis, Tom, Sam, Guy, Jim and Will Curtis, Mrs. Ed Jarrett and Mrs. Cooper West.
The Record May 23, 1928
John Curtis, Sr. a Confederate Veteran, died at his home at Bunker Hill last week of a long standing illness. Funeral services and burial were at Young's Chapel. He was the father of John Curtis, Jr., who is a member of the County Court. Other sons are Will, Jim, Sam, Guy and Tom and there are three daughters, Mrs. Richard Thorpe, Mrs. Cooper West and Mrs. Jarrett. His wife, who was a Miss Vaughn, is very low with pneumonia.
CURTIS, Samantha Vaughn 20 Mar 1855 15 Jun 1934 (w/o Robert John Curtis)(d/o Charlie and Betty Neal Vaughn)
EDWARDS, Carrie Ruth Billings 12 Nov 1925 15 Sep 1970 (w/o E. M. Edwards)(d/o B. K. and Annie Foster Billings)
Obituary: The Pulaski Citizen 16 Sep 1970
Mrs. Carrie Ruth Edwards, 45, died Tuesday, September 15, at her home in Pulaski. Services will be held Thursday, Sept. 17, 11:00 a. m. at Carr and Erwin Funeral Home. Rev. Mack Pinkelton will officiate. Burial will be in Young's Chapel Cemetery. Born November 12, 1925 in North Carolina, she was the daughter of the late B. K. and Annie Foster Billings. Survivors include her husband, E. M. Edwards; two sons, David McElrath and McElrath, Pulaski; two step-sons, Harold Edwards, Nashville, and Dennis Edwards, Pulaski; three daughters, Mrs. Robert Woodard, Mrs. James E. Burrow, Jr., Pulaski, and Miss Janet McElrath, Lexington, N.C.; one sister, Mrs. Vetty Mathis, Huntsville; two brothers, Clyde Billings and Roy Billings, Lexington, N. C.; three sisters, Mrs. Leland Lannins, Lexington, N. C., Mrs. Lawrence Cooper, Lexington, N.C., Miss Marie Billings, Raleigh, N. C., and five grandchildren.

EDWARDS, Marion Lester 15 Sep 1938 12 May 2008 (h/o Iva Jean Pardon Edwards)(s/o Fletcher and Catherine Edwards)
Obituary: Columbia Daily Herald 12 May 2008
(9/15/1938 - 5/12/2008)
Marion Lester Edwards, 69, died Sunday, May 11, at his home. Services will be conducted 4p.m. Tuesday at Carr & Erwin Funeral Home in Pulaski. Burial will follow in Young's Chapel Cemetery. Visitation will be from 4-8 p.m. at the funeral home. He was preceded in death by parents Fletcher and Catherine Edwards and three sisters. Survivors include wife Jean Edwards, son Marion Keith Edwards of Prospect, brother F. E. Edwards of Mobile, Ala., and two grandsons.

FAUTT, Emma Alice Storey 12 Oct 1859 29 Sep 1931 (w/o James Harvey Fautt)(d/o Moses Shields and Susan Ann Zimmerman Storey)
Obituary: The Pulaski Citizen 21 Oct 1931 Fayetteville "Dr. Love"
Mrs. Alice Story Fautt died at Frankewing Sept. 29, 1931 minus a few days, native of South Bradshaw only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Story of blessed memory. She was buried at Young's Chapel where her parents, also three brothers were buried, Hugh, John, and Elmo Story. Surviving her are one son, Robert Fautt of Pulaski and one daughter, Mrs. H. L. Patterson of Frankewing; five grandchildren, also three brothers, R. F., and T. A. of Frankewing and Ross Story of Nashville. She was above the average for intelligence and a fine conversationalist. Services were held at the Chapel where Dr. Brown spoke the last words of eulogy for the dead also words of sympathy for the living. Her consort died when their children were babies and she had the responsibilityof teaching them right from wrong and succeeded. David said man's allotted time is three score years and ten. If by reason of strength he live four score yet shall his strength be labor and sorrow for it is soon cut off and we fly away. This declaration then proves to my mind that God will not take any man or woman before their allotted time expires. Nor does he cause any man or woman to die a premature death. Man possesses a living vital organism and God intended for him to live until he wore out like any other machine that man has invented. Therefore we are not going to charge God with taking any man or woman when they die a natural death. I was away from home when this good woman died, therefore, I couldn't write it sooner.
FAUTT, James Harvey 28 Jun 1862 28 Feb 1900 (h/o Emma Alice Story Fautt)(s/o and Fautt)
Obituary: The Pulaski Citizen 1 Mar 1900
Bunker Hill-Several from here attended the burial of James Fautt at Young's Chapel, which occurred Feb. 23 at his home near Bryson. The entire communityhas experienced a sore affliction in his death. The friend with whom we took sweet counsel is gone. He leaves his wife and little ones in great sorrow. We extend our sympathy to the bereaved ones and we can say, weep not, for he is at rest.
FOSTER, R. F. __ ___ 1852 __ ___ 1907 (s/o ___ ___and ___ ___ Foster)
GRANT, James Frank __ Sep 1837 22 Jul 1905 (h/o Julia Mays Grant) md 02 Feb 1858 CSA Co. 1, 32nd TN Inf (s/o and Grant)
Obituary: The Pulaski Citizen 27 Jul 1905
Dr. J. Frank Grant, who for a number of years was a well known physician in Nashville, and who served with distinction as soldier and surgeon in the army of the Confederacy, died Saturday at the Old Soldiers' Home on the Lebanon Road. He had been an inmate of that institution for several years, in fact, ever since his health failed him and he was forced to retire from the practice of his profession. Dr. Grant, who had attained the rank of major at the close of the Civil War, was born in Lincoln County in September 1837. He came from a fine old family in Southern Tennessee, and married into one of the most prominent Giles County families. His wife being Miss Julia Mayes, daughter of the late Dr. Mayes. Mrs. Grant died several years ago, and was buried in Giles at her old home. Dr. Grant enlisted in Co. I, Thirty second Tennessee Infantry, in June 1861, and was later transferred to the 3rd Tennessee, of which he was surgeon. He was captured at Fort Donelson in February 1862, and exchanged in September 1862. Later he was surgeon of Brown's Brigade and of Brown's Division. He was paroled at Greensboro, N. C. May 1, 1865, and as stated above attained the rank of major. About fifteen years ago he removed to Nashville and successfully practiced medicine. In addition to being a very fine surgeon, he was a physician of note. Dr. Grand had an office in East Nashville for a number of years, and later located in the central part of the city. No children resulted from his marriage. Dr. Grant was an interesting raconteur, and in additions to the war stories he related, he knew many of the inside facts regarding the celebrated Ku Klux Klan. Dr. Grant's body was brought here Sunday night and buried at Young's Chapel Monday, a large number of old soldiers attending. The body of Dr. Grant's wife who was buried at the Mayes place at Bradshaw was disinterred and buried beside Dr. Grant.
GRANT, Julia Mays Abt 1842 (w/o Dr. James Frank Mays)(d/o Dr. Jesse and Mary E. Cook Mays)
GRUBBS, Fannie Zimmerman 20 Jul 1851 20 Feb 1925 (w/o S. Hence Grubbs)(d/o William and Elizabeth Smith Zimmerman)
GRUBBS, S. Hence 29 Jan 1847 22 Nov 1920 (h/o Fannie Zimmerman Grubbs) CSA Co. K, 1st (6th) TN Cav s/o Nicholas and Martha Loyd Grubbs)
HARWELL, L. A. 9 Nov 1864 13 Jan 1891(s/o and Harwell)
HINES, George E. 5 Sep 1884 2 Aug 1967 (s/o James T. and Mary Zimmerman Hines)
Obituary: The Pulaski Citizen 9 Aug 1967
Funeral services for George E. Hines, 82, were conducted Friday, August 4, at Young’s Chapel Presbyterian Church, with the Rev. John E. Gent officiating. Burial was in the church cemetery. Mr. Hines died Wednesday, August 2, in the SallyNursing Home in Shelbyville, following a long illness. He was a native of Lincoln County, the son of the late James T. Hines and Mary Zimmerman Hines. He was a retired farmer and a member of the Bethany Presbyterian Church. Survivors include two sisters-in-law, Mrs. Nell Hines, Bellville, and Mrs. Oma Hines, Lewisburg; and several nieces and nephews.
HINES, William Thomas 01 Aug 1874 14 Jun 1951 (s/o James Thomas and Mary Jane Zimmerman Hines)
HODGES, Vestal (Becky) Birdsong 30 Mar 1922 15 Sep 1987 (w/o Eugene Hodges)(d/o William Pleasant and Annie Pearl Birdsong Birdsong)
Obituary: The Pulaski Citizen 22 Sep 1987
Mrs. Vestal (Becky) Birdsong Hodges, 65, of Pulaski (Bunker Hill community), died Monday, Sept. 14, 1987, at her residence. Funeral services were held Wednesday, Sept. 16, at Carr and Erwin Chapel with Neal Price officiating. Burial was in Young’s Chapel Cemetery. A native of Giles County, Mrs. Hodges was the daughter of the late Willie and Pearl Birdsong. Survivors include her husband, Eugene Hodges of Pulaski; three step-sons, Steve and Barry Hodges, both of Pulaski, Wayne Hodges of Lawrenceburg; one step-daughter, Linda Fay Willard of Pulaski; one brother, Buck Birdsong of Pulaski; two sisters, Mrs. Wilson Holt and Mrs. Ozel Chapman, both of Pulaski; several nieces and nephews.
HOLLIS, Pleasant Jacob 19 Sep 1821 23 Jul 1906 (h/o Susanna Hollis)(w/o and Hollis)
HOLLIS, Susanna Aged 82 years 06 Feb 1909 (w/o Pleasant Jacob Hollis)(d/o and Ervin)
Obituary: The Pulaski Citizen 28 Jan 1909
Mrs. Jacob Hollis died Tuesday evening at her home in the Bradshaw section and was buried at Young's Chapel yesterday. Rev. Mr. Hensleyconducting the service. Mrs. Hollis was quite aged and was a good woman. She was the mother of Neal Hollis, formerly of Pulaski.
HOLT, Howard Bryan 31 Mar 1907 21 Apr 1907 (s/o William T. and Ola Mae Bryan Holt)
HOLT, Infants No dates (children of William T. and Ola Mae Bryan Holt)
JARRATT, Billy Curtis 23 Feb 1920 14 Dec 2002 (h/o Ethel Pardon Jarratt) (s/o Robert and Cora Alice Curtis Jarratt)
Obituary: Columbia Daily Herald 16 Dec 2002
Billy Curtis Jarratt, 82, died Saturday, Dec. 14, 2002 at his residence. Services will be held at 1 p.m. Monday at Carr & Erwin Chapel. Burial will be in Young Chapel Cemetery. He was preceded in death byhis parents, Robert and Cora Jarratt. Survivors include his wife, Ethel Jarratt of Bunker Hill; two sons, Bill Jarratt, Jr. of Huntsville, Ala. and Bob Jarratt of Bunker Hill; a sister, Annie Mae Pardon of Pulaski and a granddaughter.
JARRATT, Cora Alice Curtis 01 Feb 1888 17 Apr 1973 (w/o Edward Jackson Jarratt)(d/o Robert Johnson “John” and Samantha Vaughn Curtis)
Obituary: The Pulaski Citizen 18 Apr 1973
Mrs. Cora Alice Jarratt, age 85 of Bunker Hill, died Tuesday, April 17, 1973 at Giles County Hospital. Her parents were the late John and Samantha Vaughn Curtis. She was married to the late Ed Jarratt. Survivor include one son, Bill C. Jarratt of Bunker Hill; two daughters, Mrs. Howard Pardon and Miss Marjorie Jarratt, both of Bunker Hill; 4 grandchildren and 5 great-grandchildren. Services were held Wednesday, April 18 at 2:30 p.m. at Carr and Erwin Chapel. Rev. Mack Pinkelton officiated with burial in Young’s Chapel Cemetery.
JARRATT, Edward Jackson 24 Sep 1884 18 Feb 1957 (h/o Cora Alice Curtis Jarratt)(s/o Robert and Bonnie Mays Jarratt)
JARRATT, Ethel Lee Pardon 11 Nov 1928 20 Jun 2008 (w/o Billy Curtis Jarratt)(d/o William Forrest and Annie Belle Bevels Pardon)
Obituary: WKSR Obituaries 22 Jun 2008
Ethel Lee Jarrett, age 79 of Bunker Hill died yesterday at her residence. Visitation will be today from 4-8 p.m. at Carr & Erwin Funeral Home. Funeral services will be held tomorrow at 11 a.m. in the funeral home chapel with burial to follow in Young’s Chapel Cemetery. Survivors include two sons, Robert and Billy Jarrett; three brothers, Eldridge, Dean and Carl Pardon; and three sisters, Nancy Sumners, Jean Edwards and Ruth Holley. A granddaughter and great granddaughter also survive. Carr & Erwin Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements for Ethel Lee Jarrett.
JARRATT, Marjorie Sara 10 Mar 1924 20 Aug 1992 (d/o Edward Jackson and Cora  Curtis Jarratt)
MAYS, Dr. Jesse 25 Oct 1814 30 Jan 1897 (h/o Mary E. Mays) md 27 Jul 1841 CSA 19th Regiment, TN Inf (s/o and Mays)
MAYS, Henry 25 Aug 1845 15 Oct 1867 (s/o Jesse and Mary E. Mays) CSA 32nd TN Inf
MAYS, Mary E. 29 May 1818 18 Jul 1899 (w/o Jesse Mays)(d/o and )
Obituary: The Pulaski Citizen 20 Jul 1899
Mary E. Mays was born May 29th, 1818, was married to Dr. Jesse Mays July 27, 1841; died July 13, 1899–eighty-one years. Mrs. Jesse Mays relict of the late Dr. Jesse Mays died at the old home place at Bradshaw Thursday night, July 18, at 11 o’clock. The deceased had reached the advanced age of 83 years, and for about half a century had lived at the home where she died. She was a good woman and a good neighbor beloved by all who knew her. Her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Morton have lived in the home for many years, and did all that could be done to lighten the cares and sooth the heartaches of declining years and bereavements. Deceased was buried Friday afternoon at 3 o’clock at Young’s Chapel.
McELRATH, Jessie S. __ ___ 1975 __ ___ 1975
MENDENHALL, Donald Bryce __ ___ 1928 06 Dec 2004 (h/o Pauline Mendenhall)(s/o Earl and Irene Mendenhall)
Obituary: Citizen-Press 09 Dec 2004
Mr. Donald Bryce Mendenhall, 76, of Lynnville died Dec. 6, 2004, at Crockett Hospital in Lawrenceburg. He was the son of the late Earl and Irene Mendenhall. Funeral services were to have been held today (Dec. 9) at Bennett-May Funeral Home with Rev. Danny Jones officiating. Burial was to have been in Young’s Chapel. Survivors include his wife, Pauline Mendenhall of Lynnville; three daughters, Donna Pylant of Minor Hill, Linda Francis and Connie Mendenhall, both of Lynnville; sons, Donald Mendenhall ofFrankewing and Terry Mendenhall of Pulaski; 21 grandchildren, 22 great-grandchildren with one great-granchild on the way.
MORTON, Julia Mays Aged 27 yrs 8 mos 7 days 27 Jul 1899 (d/o J. E. and Sallie F. Mays Morton)
Obituary: The Pulaski Citizen 3 Aug 1899
Born Nov. 20, 1871, married to Dr. W. H. Watson Jan. 2, 1895, died July 27, 1899. Her grandmother was so perfectly devoted to her it does seem that she was the proper one to go to her so soon, but that broken-hearted mother, father, sister, and husband—Can they ever be reconciled? Why she was taken is a mystery. We dare not doubt God’s divine will and appointments, but we could specially pray that grace be given them to say, “Thy will, not mine, be done.” Her husband’s home is broken up and the empty halls of her father’s, without grandmother and Julia are desolate indeed. The merry ring of laughter is hushed–no happy girl to come in and cheer father and mother, for she only saw the bright side of life. Just before she was taken sick, with tears in her eyes, she went to the altar and gave the minister her hand, purporting to lead a new life, and the tear of a repentant sinner never did fall to unbar the beautiful gates of the heavenly city, and while we grieve and miss her, we feel it is better further on, and ask her loved ones to put their trust in Him who will never forsake them. “And with the morn those Angel faces smile, Which we have loved, long since and lost awhile.” A Friend. Mrs. Watson leaves a husband, father, mother, and sister, and a host of friends to mourn her loss. She was laid to rest in the cemetery at Mt. Zion.
MORTON, Julin Mays 12 Jan 1909 23 Dec 1910(s/o J. E. and Sallie F. Mays Morton)
MORTON, Jake 07 Jun 1842 20 Oct 1915 (h/o Sallie F. Mays Morton) CSA 11th TN Cav (s/o and Morton)
Obituary: The Pulaski Citizen 21 Oct 1915
"Uncle Jake" Morton aged about 75 years passed away at his home in Pulaski about 2 o'clock Wednesday morning. The burial will take place at Young's Chapel today, Thursday, with the ceremonies of John H. WoldridgeRivouacU. C. V., of which he was amember. Mr. Morton was a member of the Eleventh Tennessee Cavalryduring the Civil War, transferring from McLemore's Fourth Cavalry. He made a good soldier and was wounded in the knee at the battle of Chickamauga. For several years he had been in bad health. Mr. Morton was a kind-hearted man who was liked by many friends. He is survived by one sister, Mrs. W. J. Abernathy of Franklin and one daughter, Miss Jessie Morton. He was a cousin to Capt. John W. Morton deceased, former Secretary of State and who was chief of Forrest's artillery. May he rest in peace.
MORTON, Sallie F. Mays 18 Jan 1844 29 Mar 1912 (w/o J. E. Morton, md 1862)(d/o Dr. Jessie and Mays)
Obituary: The Pulaski Citizen 04 Apr 1912
Mrs. Sallie F. Morton, wife of J. E. Morton died suddenly of heart failure at her home in Pulaski Friday and was buried Sunday at Young’s Chapel with burial services by Mr. Brownlow. Mrs. Morton was 86 years old and had been married 45 years. She was a good woman and for 20 years had been a member of the Presbyterian Church. She was the last surviving member of the family of Dr. Jessie Mays of Bradshaw, having been a sister of the late Mrs. J. Frank Grant. Her husband and daughter survive.
NEVELS, Joshua __ ___ 1819 19 Sep 1903(h/o Nevels)(s/o and Nevels)
Obituary: The Giles Record 24 Sep 1903
Mr. Joshua Nevels died suddenly at the home of his son-in-law, Mr. Britain, near Bunker Hill Saturday. He had eaten dinner and was leaving the table when he fell, dying in a few minutes. Mr. Nevels was eighty-four years old. His remains were interred in the Young's Chapel Cemetery Sunday.
OLIVER, Larestine Pardon 21 Oct 1933 13 Jun 1999 (d/o William Forrest and Annie Mae Bevels Pardon)
PARDON, Betty Marie Lipford __ ___ 1959 05 Feb 2012 (w/o Walter Dickson Pardon)(d/o Jean and “Bill” Ming)
Obituary: Elk Valley Times 28 Mar 2012
Betty Marie Pardon, 53, of Harker Heights in Killeen, Texas, died Sunday (Feb. 5, 2012) at Metroplex Hospital in Temple, Texas. Mrs. Pardon was of the Baptist faith. She had several positions in her lifetime. She was a vet tech and worked at Aztec Pet Store in Harker Heights for many years. She was also a clerk and manager in some convenience stores there, such as Cefco and Freddy’s. Mrs. Pardon is survived by her husband, Walter Dickson Pardon of Fayetteville. Other survivors include her mother, Jean and “Bill” Ming and son, Brandon Ryals, of Florida; two
step-children, Nicholas Pardon and Amber Pardon Wyatt of Oklahoma; two brothers, Franklin Lipford and Fletcher Lipford, both of Florida; two grandchildren and two step-grandchildren. Also surviving are her mother-in-law, DorothyWilma Pardon, and sister-in-law, Edna and “Jim” Renegar of Fayetteville. Mrs. Pardon was preceded in death by her father, Rufus Lipford, and her sister, Donna Lipford Morris. A graveside service was held Tuesday at Young’s Chapel Cemetery in Giles County. Bro. Tommy Ward officiated.
PARDON, Dorothy Wilma Dickson 12 Mar 1926 (w/o Walter Thurman Pardon)(d/o and Dickson)
PARDON, John Alton 9 Jul 1931 17 Dec 1994 (Cpl US Army Korea) (h/o Ruby Dee Pardon)(s/o William Forrest and Annie Mae Bevels Pardon)
PARDON, Walter Thurman 22 Aug 1920 16 Oct 1992 (h/o Dorothy Wilma Dickson Pardon) (S1 US Navy WW II)(s/o William Forrest and Annie Mae Bevels Pardon)
PROSSER, Sue Loue Turner 22 Mar 1863 25 Oct 1897 (w/o John Lee Prosser)(d/o and Turner)
REDD, Walter Lewis 29 Jan 1942 23 Sep 2009 (h/o Betty Carol Chapman Redd)(s/o Walter Cletus and Opal Lorene Holley Redd)
Obituary: Carr and Erwin Funeral Home 23 Sep 2009
Walter Lewis Redd, age 67 of Pulaski, passed awayWednesdaySeptember 23, 2009 at Huntsville Hospital. Mr. Redd was the son of the late Cletus and Opal Holley Redd and was a self employed truck driver. Visitation will be Friday September 25, 2009 from 4 until 8 pm at Carr & Erwin Funeral Home. Funeral will be 1 pm Saturday September 26, 2009 at Carr & Erwin Chapel with interment in Young’s Chapel Cemetery. Memorial contributions maybe made to Young’s Chapel Cemetery Fund in care of Peggy Holt 1600 Bunker Hill Road, Pulaski, TN. 38478. Survivors include his wife Betty Chapman Redd of Pulaski, one son Michael Redd of Pulaski, one brother Delbert Redd of Pulaski, three sisters Carolyn Smith of Pulaski, Latricia Phillips of Nashville, Darlene Wilkson of Toney, Alabama, several nieces and nephews. Carr & Erwin Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.
SANDRIDGE, Arena 28 Jun 1913 (w/o F. M. Sandridge) Unmarked Grave  (d/o and
SANDRIDGE, F. M. __ ___ ____ __ Jan 1913 __ ___ ____  (h/o Arena Sandridge) Unmarked Grave (s/o and Sandridge)
SELLERS, J. L. 12 Mar 1936 12 Dec 2006 (h/o Linda Faye Riley Sellers)(s/o J. D. and L. V. Alexander Sellers)
Obituary: The Giles Free Press 14 Dec 2006
Mr. J. L. Sellers, 70, formerly of Dyersburg and of Gary and Portage, Ind., died Dec. 12, 2006 at his residence in Pulaski. He had been a Pulaski resident for 18 years. He served in the National Guard from 1953-1956 and served in the United States Army from 1956-59. He was a member of the American Legion Post 279, Miller Beach, Ind., the Loyal Order of the Moose Lodge Post 1900, Portage, Ind., and the Isaac Walton League, Miller Chapel of Portage. His work experience included being employed by Forcum Lanum, J. F. Foster, Aetna Decorating and Peltz Construction. He was a member of NW IN Carpenter’s Union Local No. 1005 and also, the owner of J & L Oaks from 1994-1997, Pulaski. He is preceded in death by his parents, J. D. and L. V. Alexander Sellers; brother J. D. (Pete) Sellers; and by a special aunt and uncle, by whom he was reared, Pierce and Evie Robbins. The family will receive friends Saturday, Dec. 16, from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at Young’s Chapel Church. A graveside service will follow with Eddie Rogers officiating. The Military Salute will conclude the service. The Rose of Sharon Funeral Service is in charge of arrangements. He is survived by his wife of 47 years, Linda Nee Riley Sellers; three daughters, Cindy Sawyers and husband Larry of Dyersburg, Jackie Karpinski and husband Mike of North Judson, Ind., and Kaye Mendenhall and husband Don of Pulaski; three sisters, Virginia Noel of Bells, Gladys McGaughey and husband Herbert of Marrero, La., and JoEvelyn Force and husband Bobby ofNesbit, Miss.; sister-in-law Lois Sellers of Smithville; nine grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.
SELLERS, Linda Faye Riley __ ___ 1941 12 May 2011(w/o J. L. Sellers)(d/o D.L. and Helmer Deloise Beaird Riley)
Obituary: The Pulaski Citizen 17 May 2011
Mrs. Linda Faye Riley Sellers, 70, of Pulaski died May 12, 2011, at Maury Regional Medical Center, Columbia. Retired, she was former co-owner of J & L Oaks and was a homemaker.She is preceded in death byher mother, Helmer Deloise Beaird Riley; husband of47 years J.L. Sellers; and great-grandson Logan Bryce Thompson. Funeral services were held May 15 in the chapel of The Rose of Sharon Funeral Home with the Rev. William Howard Smith officiating. Burial was in Young’s Chapel Cemetery, Pulaski. Survivors include two daughters, Jackie Karpinski of Judson, Ind., and Kaye Mendenhall and husband Don of Pulaski; father D.L. Riley of Olive Branch, Miss.; step-daughter Cindy Sawyers of Dyersburg; four sisters-in-law, Virginia Noel of Bells, Gladys McGaughey and husband Herbert of Marrero, La., JoEvelyn Force and husband BobbyofNesbit, Miss., and Lois Sellers of Smithville; nine grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren; and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
SISK, Joe 12 Mar 1862 24 Jan 1913(s/o and Sisk)
STORY, John Braxton 28 Mar 1866 12 Aug 1901(h/o Leila Smith Story)(s/o Moses Shields and Susan Ann Zimmerman Story)
Obituary: The Pulaski Citizen 15 Aug 1901
John Story, a highly respected citizen of the Bradshaw locality, died Monday of lung trouble. The burial occurred Tuesday at Young's Chapel with religious services. His wife and four children survive him and have the sympathy of the community in their bereavement.

STORY, Leila Smith 26 Sep 1868 1 May 1935 (w/o John Braxton Story)(d/o Leonidas and Sarah Adeline Abernathy Smith)
STORY, Lucy Cunningham 26 Jan 1828 5 Jul 1886 (w/o Thomas Marion Story)(d/o John Wilson and Elizabeth Shields Cunningham)
STORY, Moses Shields 22 Feb 1830 01 Jan1913 (h/o Susan Ann Zimmerman Story) CSA 32nd TN Inf (s/o Samuel and Sarah Shields Story)
Obituary: The Pulaski Citizen 09 Jan 1913
Moses Shields Story died at Bryson on Jan. the 1st, 1913, after several weeks lingering with a complication of troubles incident to the infirmities of age. Had Mr. Story lived till the 22nd of February he would have been 85 years old. Joining the Presbyterian Church early in life, he had lived a faithful, consistent member of the same, and had been an elder of that denomination 40 years, and belonged to the Young’s Chapel congregation since its organization. Coming home from the confederate army with an honorable discharge after four years faithful service to his country. He started in life with nothing, but managed by hard work, frugal industry and practical economy to accumulate an ample sufficiency to make life comfortable in his declining days. Mr. Story was born near Spartanburg, S.C., married in Lincoln County, Tenn., and in his death leaves his wife in age and feebleness extreme, and a widowed daughter, Mrs. Alice Fautt, and the following sons: R. L., Hugh, Elmo, R. F., and Richard. His remains were interred at Young’s Chapel with appropriate services by his pastor, Rev. G. H. Turpin.
STORY, Susan Ann Zimmerman 30 Mar 1839 21 Sep 1917 (w/o Moses Shields Story)(d/o William F. and Elizabeth R. Zimmerman)
STORY, Thomas Marion 12 Sep 1821 09 Mar 1895 (h/o Lucy Cunningham Story)(s/o Samuel and Sarah Shields Story)
TALLENT, Henry Staten 10 Sep 1916 26 Sep 1917 (s/o George Henry and Lucie Bettie Prosser Tallent)
THOMPSON, Logan Bryce Jason 19 Jul 2007 03 Sep 2007 (s/o Gary Dale and Breesa Francine Mora Thompson)
WATSON, Beatrice Nelson 15 Jan 1891 No other date (w/o Charles W. Watson) md 20 Jun 1909 GCT (d/o and Nelson)
WATSON, Charles W. 31 Mar 1885 17 Jun 1935 (h/o Beatrice Nelson Watson)(s/o George Allen and Margaret Frances Story Watson)
WATSON, Ella Holt 01 Apr 1876 10 Jul 1915 (w/o Thomas Ira Watson) md 22 Mar 1896 GCT (d/o and Holt)
Obituary: The Pulaski Citizen 15 Jul 1915
Mrs. Thos. I. Watson died at her home at Bunker Hill Saturday night after a long painful illness borne patiently and with Christian submission. The burial took place Sunday at Young's Chapel after services by Rev. G. H. Turpin. Mrs. Watson was a member of the Presbyterian Church and was a good wife and mother and a dutiful daughter. She was the daughter of former Sheriff John F. Holt and is survived by her husband and five children, who have the sympathy of their friends in their bereavement.
WATSON, George Allen 17 Oct 1845 05 May 1913 (h/o 1. Fronie Curtis Watson) CSA Co. K, 1st (6th) TN Cav (h/o 2. Margaret Frances "Fannie" Story Watson)(s/o Henry and Margaret Osburn Watson)
Obituary: The Pulaski Citizen 08 May 1913
After being ill for several months, Geo. Allen Watson died at his home near Young's Chapel Monday at 11:30 o'clock. Mr. Watson was a prominent stock man and farmer, and served during the war in the Confederate Army. He was a member of the Presbyterian Church, being a member of Young's Chapel. He was one of the best citizens of the county and a Christian gentleman. A wife and eight children survive him. There are two daughters and six sons. Dr. Will H. Watson, of Decatur, being one of them. He also has two brothers, Isom and Ben Watson, who live near Bunker Hill. Funeral services were held over the remains at Young's Chapel at 3 o'clock Tuesday afternoon by Rev. G. H. Turpin, followed by interment in the church yard.
WATSON, George Erskine 25 May 1879 12 Feb 1899(s/o George Allen and Margaret Frances "Fannie" Story Watson)
WATSON, Julius May "Pink" 29 Aug 1887 16 Apr 1964(s/o George Allen and Margaret Frances "Fannie" Story Watson)
Obituary: The Pulaski Citizen 22 Apr 1964
Funeral services for Julius Pinckney Watson, 76, a bachelor and a retired farmer, were held at 2 o’clock Fridayafternoon at Young’s Chapel Presbyterian Church, with the rites conducted bythe Rev. James T. Parsons, Methodist minister. Burial took place in the church cemetery. Mr. Watson died on Thursday, April 16, in Giles County Hospital. Born August 29, 1887, in Giles County, he was the son of the late George Allen Watson and Fannie Storey Watson. He was a member of Bethany Presbyterian Church. Mr. Watson has only one survivor, Mrs. Allen Aymett, Sr., with whom he had made his home in recent years. Pulaski Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.
WATSON, Margaret Frances Story 15 Sep 1850 19 Dec 1917(w/o George Allen Watson) md 12 Dec 1872 GCT(d/o Thomas Marion and Lucy Cunningham Story)
Obituary: The Pulaski Citizen 27 Dec 1917 WOODROW "Dr. Love"
Mrs. Fannie Watson is no more. A short time ago we wrote up the Watsons reunion and also a sketch of this subject and we heard that she was well pleased with what we said and now it will not be necessary to repeat some things said on that occasion. On Wednesday night, Dec. 19, 1917, death came to this home and robbed it of the greatest Jewel that had ever shone there. It was the mother. And like a thief in the night he did not tarry but claimed his own in abut thirty minutes time after her had his final call. When stricken she called for help and told the family she
was dying. The end came about eleven o'clock. This was a great shock to all of her children who were not expecting her death, and also her friends. Heart failure was the cause. Another loving voice is hushed in silence, and her long days work has been well done. And while the children cannot come home to see their mother any more they can have another family reunion on a brighter shore. She was sixty-seven years old on Sept. 15 and was the last charter member of the Presbyterian Church at the Chapel that was organized in 1872 and where her body was conveyed to its last resting place Thursday afternoon, where a large crowd of sympathizing friends had assembled. Re. J. T. Wade conducted services, while Miss May McCracken presided at the organ. On arriving at the Chapel the first members of the family that we met were Mrs. Maxie Aymett and Mrs. Lucy Curtis with their husbands. The girls represented the picture of grief, and when we shook hands with them all, Maxie said, "Mr. Turner this is awful." They reminded me of our Saviour as he stood by the grave weeping for those he loved. So in him we have the picture of both human and divine blended in grief and to us this is a beautiful picture. In fact, we have seen worse pictures in this world than that of grief. And we decided that is good for us to sometimes have the fountain of grief opened up in our souls, while tears unbidden flow, for it brings us down to where we can look up to Him and say in pensive tones, Our Father who art in Heaven, Hallowed be Thy name, They Kingdom come Thy will be done, On Earth as it is in Heaven." Peace and love were the dominant traits in her character and the life of Mrs. Watson had been as tranquil, smooth, as a calm sea, and like the rose of summer had shed its fragrances on all who come in contact with her, one gave to the world some noble sons and daughters to be our friends and neighbors. And we hope that the dear friends will realize that to her death was only the gateway to the morning of eternal day, where she will bloom forever.
WATSON, Margaret 22 Jul 1919 20 Oct 1919(d/o Thomas Ira and Helen McLin Watson)
Obituary: The Pulaski Citizen 23 Oct 1919
Little Marguerite Watson, daughter of Mrs. Thomas I. Watson of Frankewing, died Tuesdayafter a few brief months of life. The burial was at Young’s Chapel beside her father who passed away a few weeks ago.
WATSON, Samuel Means 25 Mar 1888 22 Jun 1911(s/o George Allen and Margaret Frances Story Watson)
WATSON, Thomas Ira 22 Jun 1874 17 Sep 1917 (h/o 1. Ella Holt Watson 2. Helen McLin Watson)(s/o George Allen and Margaret Frances "Fannie" Story Watson)
Obituary: The Pulaski Citizen 16 Oct 1919
Thomas I. Watson, aged about forty-three years died recently at his home at Frankewing, after an illness from several months resulting from influenza and which affected his heart. The burial was at Young’s Chapel, the Rev. W. M. Cook conducting services. Mr. Watson was the son of Mr. and Mrs. George Allen Watson, and at one time was the constable in Pulaski. At the time of death he was carrier on R. F. D. No 2 out of Frankewing and had been for several years. He was a member of the Presbyterian Church and was a man of many good qualities and who had manytrue friends. Mr. Watson is survived by his wife and six children; Mrs. Kate Williams, John and Frank, Miss Laura Frances and Leon, who were children by his first marriage with Miss Holt and Margaret, children of his second marriage with Miss McLin. There are also surviving the following brothers and sisters; Jack, Charlie and Pink, Mrs. Lucy Curtis and Mrs. Maxie Aymett.
WOODARD, Angela Kay 28 Nov 1978 22 Apr 1979 (d/o Robert Allen and Nancy Ruth Woodard)
WOODARD, Nancy Ruth 17 Apr 1946 18 Apr 1979 (w/o Robert Allen Woodard)(d/o Carrie Ruth Billings McElrath Edwards)
WOODARD, Robert Allen 05 Mar 1946 17 Feb 1980(h/o Nancy Ruth Woodard)(s/o and Woodard)
WRIGHT, Madie B. 10 Aug 1890 7 Jun 1931(d/o and Wright)
WRIGHT, Ruby Lee 05 Jan 1913 5 Dec 1918(d/o Roy and Wright)
Obituary: The Pulaski Citizen 29 Nov 1917
On Nov. 17, 1917, Ruby Lee Wright died with membranous croup, after a few hours illness, aged about three years, and was buried at Young’s Chapel, Sunday afternoon. She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wright of Bradshaw. It is not pleasant to stand at the door of an open grave, and hear the wail and sobs of a broken hearted father and mother but they should find consolation in the fact that their little darling has exchanged a home of earthly property for a home of heavenly riches. And if we could all make this change it would be better for us. We sympathize with Mr. and Mrs.Wright in their sorrow.

Youngs' Chapel Cemetery - Beginning at East End:
1. Family of Dr. Jesse Mays, from South side, Dr. Grant and Wife (Cholie or Collie), Wife and son Young's Chapel Cemetery of Dr. Mays; Family of J.E. Morton.
2. R. J. Curtis, Fred Curtis, Child of William Curtis, Bob Curtis, Mr. R. J. Curtis, Jim Curtis, Mrs. Jarrett.
3. M. S. Storey, beginning at South, Jim Fautte and wife.
4. Mack Bearden family.
5. T. M. Storey and wife, G. A. Watson family, Tom Watson, Charlie Watson, Pink Watson.
6. S. H. Grubbs and wife, L. A. Harwell and child, Joe Sisk, Tom Hines, George Hines.
7. R. Sandridge, Hince and son, child of George Allison.
8. Family of Bob Williams.
9. Family of Bill Butler, Family of Roy Wright.
10. P. J. Hollis and wife, D. B. Birdsong and family, W. P. Birdsong and wife.
11. Johnway Nevel and wife, Rubin (Can) Nevels.
12. John Prosser, wife, two children; J. H. Turner's sister, Lucy.
13. Child of Henry Tallent.
14. Black Brewer, two children, father; Mrs. Cryer; Mrs. Clinton.
15. Wheeler Tucker, Child of Bob Lee Tucker.
16. Foster family.
17. Will Holt, John Coble, Will Hamilton.
Child of Galon Rambo.
Information supplied by Alan Aymett (now deceased), via Mrs. Lillian McKinney (in 1984), both of Giles Co., TN.
Submitted by Joe Max Williams with sincerest thanks to both Mr. Aymett and Mrs. McKinney for preserving this little piece of history. Many of those noted do not have stones; thus, they were not listed in Young's Chapel Cemetery in the Giles Co. Cemetery Book.

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