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James D. Irvine memorial, near the southwest corner of the rock wall enclosure, but closer to the west wall.

IRVINE, James D., 26 Mar 1814 - 4 Feb 1850. (born in Virginia; was married to Mary D. Walker; children were Joseph Irvine and Crawford Irvine; father was Christopher Irvine. The Stone is broken across the memorial below the name and above the birth date.)
Stone is broken below the name and above the dates. The dates have been missing but we probed around and located it and dug it up. It is the brown section leaning against the top part. [WA 16 Jun 2009] Inscribed as: In Memory of JAMES D. IRVINE Born Mar 26, 1814. Died Feb 4, 1850. 

(Old 1850s) Navy seal on this memorial.

31 May 2010
Dear Mr. Austin,
How can I ever thank you for all your hard work in walking cemeteries and transcribing them for posterity. I am thrilled with the photos of James D. Irvine's headstone. I am including the following information in order to account for James D. Irvine's descendants who are definitely not buried in the Harris Cemetery:

The older son of James D. Irvine: Joseph A. Irvine and Joseph's second wife, Mary Cross Irvine are buried in nearby Rose Hill Cemetery in Columbia, Tennessee.

My Great Grandfather, Crawford Walker Irvine, James' younger son was born in Maury County in 1843 & lived there until his death in 1904. He is buried in with his wife, Annie Eliza Witherspoon Irvine, in Forest Hill Cemetery in Memphis Tennessee.

My Grandfather, Lucious Matthews Irvine, was born in Maury County in 1880 and died in Birmingham, Alabama in 1935 where he is buried with my Grandmother, Alice Hill Irvine, in Elmwood Cemetery, Birmingham.

Alice Callistro 
5959 Alexandria Place
Stockton, CA 95207
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Photo by Wayne Austin 8 Apr 2009. Information by Debbie Chance 14 Jun 2009 Added here 16 Jun 2009.
Update 31 May 2010 to include Alice's descending chart letter.