CEMETERY, MARSHALL COUNTY TENNESSEE
Located on Highway 431 between Lewisburg and Pottsville, Tennessee. The county
lines (Marshall/Maury) switch back and forth at least 4 times right in this
area. The Bethlehem Baptist Church is less than ½ mile North on the same road.
(see map below)
Shown below is a few listings and a complete surname index from the records of
Michelle Batte and Fred L. Hawkins, Cemeteries of Maury County Tennessee.
(This is a
complete listing of all the Blalocks).
Lillie D., 1875-1907 She is buried next to George P. Blalock but they
have separate stones
George P., 1872-1953
Martha P., 1870-1938
CHEEK (complete listing of all the Cheeks).
John C., b. 5 Apr 1873 d. 23 Apr 1956 (buried with Fannie B. Hendrix
Fannie B. Hendrix, b. 22 Mar 1880 d. 4 Apr 1970
Oslin G., b. 26 Aug 1895 d. 10 Nov 1967 (buried with Vannie Tindell Cheek)
Vannie Tindell, b. 25 Mar 1899 d. 10 Aug 1974
Robert L., b. 19 Jul 1925 d. 15 Oct. 1926
R.L. (Bob), 1895-1971 (buried with Johnie S. Cheek)
Johnie S., 1894-1996 (married 25 July 1915)
Wilburn Oslin, b. 13 Dec 1911 d. 29 May 1963 (buried with Marjorie Aldridge
Marjorie Aldridge, (married 23 Sep 1937) b. 28 May 1911 d. 16 Oct 1995
Lulu Lee Mayberry Harris, wife of D.T.
D.T. Harris b. 5 May 1864 d. 16 Apr 1902
HENDRIX (complete listing of all the Hendrix).
Catherine Tribble Hendrix 1859-1939 (buried with Thomas Mead Hendrix)
Thomas Mead Hendrix 1850-1947
Henry Crawford Hendrix 1878-1959
Thomas Bascom Hendrix b. 14 Jul 1888 d. 7 Jan 1957 (buried with Anna Lou A.
Anna Lou A. Hendrix b. 16 Feb 1889 d. 16 Mar 1970
MAYBERRY (complete listing of all the Mayberrys')
A.D. Mayberry b. 11 Aug 1830 d. 31 Aug 1919 (buried with H. Mayberry)
H. Mayberry b. 14 Jul 1826 d. 10 Oct 1910 E.
Harvey Mayberry b. 21 Mar 1866 d. 12 Feb 1938
Rawley, a mystery murder victim, 12 Mar 1928.
Deceased interred in the cemetery ( )
Occurrences of the surname in the book Cemeteries of Maury County Tennessee, by
Fred L Hawkins
There is one marked but un-named grave. It is marked as the first grave in the
cemetery and that of a slave. There is one marked Spanish-American War soldier
and four marked Civil War soldiers.
Information by Michelle Batte. Revised &
Edited by Wayne Austin for this site.