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HAYNES CEMETERY (A.K.A FLOWERS CHAPEL or SYMRNA CEMETERY.), MAURY COUNTY TENNESSEE

This view of the Haynes Cemetery looks northwest from the southeast area of the cemetery. The area clustered around the center of the cemetery in the midst of the large cedars tends to be the oldest with growth in the easterly and westerly direction from there.

Looking east from close to the eastern edge of the cemetery finds this view. The cemetery was surveyed and photographed starting on the western side progressing eastward. However the last part surveyed was in the new area on the  western side across the cemetery entrance road.

This photo in the center of the cemetery shows a large open area where the ground may not be suitable for graves due to large boulders or it may contain the remains of many interments without headstones. It is in the oldest part of the cemetery and we are looking northwest. 

We are looking southwest into a cluster of memorials. 

We get this view by panning the camera back to the east from the SE center of the cemetery. The cemetery road circles the cemetery.
Photos by WA 12/26/2006.