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BRADY CEMETERY, FLY, (Northwest) MAURY COUNTY TENNESSEE

Locator Map of the cemetery


Brady Cemetery Veterans of Warfare

From Fly, go east on Leipers Creek Rd. for 1/2 mile. Turn north on Brady Hollow Rd. Cemetery is at the end of graded part of road.

ANGLIN, Dovie, 7 May 1888 - 19 Feb 1914. "Wife of Charley Anglin; dau. Johney & Rosey Brady."
BRADY, Louisa, 22 Dec 1837 - 2 Sep 1905. "Wife of John Brady."
BRADY, R. M., 25 Jul 1859 - 1 Sep 1930.
BRADY, R. L.,
24 Feb 1862 - 28 Jan 1923.
BRADY, Bertha Mattie Loe,
13 Mar 1901 - 15 Oct 1917. "Dau. R. M. & Bett Brady."
BRADY, Addie Woolard,
26 Apr 1904 - 5 Sep 1906. 'Dau. R.M. & Bet."
BRADY, John S.,
1860 - 21 Oct 1947.
BRADY, Rosie Potts,
b. 1865, d. 11 Nov 1958.
BRADY, Edna,
26 Jul 1876 - 6 Apr 1926. "Wife of Frances Brady, married 21 Jan 1894."
BRADY, Ada Lou,
20 Nov 1894 - 7 Sep 1895. "Inf. dau. of Mr. & Mrs. F. Brady."
BRADY, Earl,
d. Oct 1919.
BRADY, Lou,
d. Oct 1918.
BRADY, George,
25 Nov 1890 - 13 Feb 1968.
BRADY, Three graves: "Brady Infant."
BRADY, Annie,
22 Jul 1891 - 21 Nov 1943.
BRADY, Herbert,
1908 - d. 2 Mar 1960. (Third Inf.)
BRADY, Inf. son S. B. & Lula,
20 Jan - 21 Jan 1910.
BRADY, Eldridge,
7 Jun 1923 - 3 Sep 1950. (Tenn. M/Sgt, 8 Cav (lnfantry), 1 Cav Div, WWII, Korea, BSM-PH.; Killed in Korea, body returned for burial.)
BRADY, Thomas,
27 Sep 1925 - 29 Apr 1979. (Son of George & Annie Stanfill Brady.)
BROOKS, John Green,
14 Aug 1836 - 25 Mar 1912. (Co. E., 4th Mich Cav., Union Army.)
BROOKS, Henry G.,
1898 - 1969.
BROOKS, Annie Lou,
1898 - 1965.
BROOKS, Andrew Jackson,
26 May 1903 - 7 Oct 1907. "Son of John G. & Lillian."
BROOKS, Jasper A.,
1925 - 1986. (U. Marker.)
BROOKS, Marie Pylant,
1929 - 1970. (U. Marker.)
MOSLEY, Mary Ann,
25 Mar 1878 - 18 Aug 1904. "Wife Tucker Mosley."
MOSLEY, Willie Robert,
23 Jul 1896 - 3 Jan 1937.
*NELLUMS, Maggie,
16 Jul 1889 - 17 Jul 1914; daughter of John Brady & Lizzie Rail. (no headstone found)
POTTS, Fred Hugh,
1899 - 1963.

*
Reliable sources say she was buried here, but no headstone was found in recent surveys.

This is a lovely hill-top cemetery, well-fenced and well kept. Fred Lee Hawkins Jr., 6 Feb 1987

Sources: MAURY COUNTY TENNESSEE CEMETERIES Page 206, by Fred Lee Hawkins 6 Feb 1987; THEY PASSED THIS WAY, Page B-14, by Evelyn Lightfoot and Marise Shackelford, abt 1963. For more notes and information see the book by Fred L. Hawkins. This cemetery has not yet been updated for burials after 1987. Published here before revisions 4 Apr 2009 by Wayne Austin.