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HILL CEMETERY, HILL STATION (eastern), MAURY COUNTY TENNESSEE

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CASKEY, Robert, 13 Jun 1792 - 11 Jun 1864. (71-11-00.) (Native of SC.; his wife was Jane Hill Caskey. She was born in Ga.; Robert also has a memorial in nearby Pleasant Mount Cemetery with his wife and family.)
HILL, James,
1761 - 12 Jun 1831, age about 70 years. (Revolutionary War soldier, Continental Line.)
HILL, Jane,
d. 9 Feb 1836, aged about 72 years. (Nee Robertson; b. N.C.; wife James Hill.)
HILL, Wm. H.,
14 Sep 1802 - 10 Mar 1834. (Son James & Jane Robertson Hill.)
HILL, J.B.(James B.),
18 May 1807 - 7 Sep 1892. (Stone broken.)
HILL, Peggie,
died 1836. (Daughter of Robert & Nancy J. Turner Denham; 1st wife James B. Hill, married 1830.)(stone not found in 2008)
HILL, Nancy,
5 Mar 1808 - 8 Jan 1854. (nee Smith; 2nd wife of James B. Hill.)
HILL, James E.,
12 Nov 1832 - 18 Aug 1860. (Son James B. & Peggie Denham Hill.)
HILL, Sarah E.,
2 Jun 1834 - 15 Jun 1854.
HILL, Robert H.,
6 Jun 1834 - 29 Mar 1860. (Son James B. & Peggie Denham Hill.)
HILL, William L.,
28 Jan 1841 - 31 Mar 1842.
HILL, unnamed infant boy,
20 May - 3 Jun 1842.
KANNON, Burwell,
9 Nov 1771 - 19 May 1858.
KANNON, Archelus Burwell,
16 mar 1857 - 16 Jun 1858. "15 mos. old son W. B. & F. J. Kannon." (inscription not found in 2008)
RONE, Mary A.,
7 Nov 1847 - 7 Dec 1883. "Wife of Merrit L. Rone"
WEAR, Nancy Jane,
14 Aug 1832 - 19 Aug 1851. "Consort of Rev. W. D. Wear." (Inscription not found in 2008)
WEAR, N.J.,
25 Jul - 16 Sep 1851. "daughter of Rev. W. D. & N. J. Wear."
WORLEY, Vergie M.,
3 Oct 1890 - 11 Oct 1890. "Daughter of N. D. & Eliza. Worley."
WORLEY, Floyd,
19 Jul 1900 - 24 Sep 1910. (10-02-05) "Son Mr. & Mrs. N. D. Worley. 

Lost inscriptions:

Unknown
, bottom without a top, inscription missing. Possibly for Nancy Jane Wear or Peggie Hill.

Recently someone has built a fence around this cemetery and put a steel gate in place. That will enhance  the survival chances of this cemetery. All but one of the stones are already broken as you can see from the photos. With supplies and a little effort all of them could have the bases leveled, the tops stood up, and the broken ones glued back  together to stand once again. [WA 23 Dec 2008]