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BROWN (Col Hugh) CEMETERY, Kedron Rd., MAURY COUNTY, TENNESSEE

Here  we see one of the several fieldstones that grace this cemetery indicating markers of graves without inscriptions. They are flat rough stones stood on their end and buried half way facing eastward.

Here is on
e of the several fieldstones that grace this cemetery indicating markers of graves without inscriptions. They are flat rough stones stood on their end and buried half way facing eastward.

One of several fieldstones that grace this cemetery indicating markers of graves without inscriptions. They are flat rough stones stood on their end and buried half way facing eastward.

These are
fieldstones that grace this cemetery indicating markers of graves without inscriptions. They are flat rough stones stood on their end and buried half way facing eastward.

These are
fieldstones that grace this cemetery indicating markers of graves without inscriptions. They are flat rough stones stood on their end and buried half way facing eastward.

Notice on our left side of the photo a grave marked only with a fieldstone. This is beside the Col. Hugh Brown memorial in the center of the photo. The memorial for Catharine his wife is on our right out of the range of the photo. This may be a clue that Col Brown outlived two wives. Something to investigate for the curious.
Information and photo by Wayne Austin 30 Jan 2008.