HUNTER CEMETERY (Historic)-MAURY COUNTY, MT PLEASANT, TENNESSEE 

ALDERSON, Isabella J., 12 Apr 1818 - 19 Oct 1838. 20-6-07. "Consort of B.C. Alderson."
ANDERSON, Margaret C.,
8 Jan 1832 - 5 Aug 1855. "Wife of James M. Anderson; dau. David & Sarah Nelson."
ANDRU (S), James,
2 Mar 1813 - 28 May 1887.(Hunter Meetinghouse - The last letter of the surname is believed to be an 'S', but it was left off by the stone cutter for lack of space. This stone was actually unearthed from several inches of dirt.)
ANDRU(S),
d. 4 Sep 1838. 11 mos., 15 days. "Son J.& J.M. Andrus."
ANDRU(S), J.R.,
24 Mar 1841 - 2 Nov 1853. "Son James & Jane."
BARNES, Albern L., 18 Apr 1802 - 14 May 1885. 
BARNETT, M.J.,
22 May 1830 - 16 Nov 1893.
BARNETT, J. B.,
(Stone, beside M.J. Barnett, initials only.)
BARNETT, Walter A.,
18 Jan 1860 - 5 Mar 1899. (Merchant, lived in Enterprise; inside iron fence.) The tombstone on the right in the picture belongs to Hattie May McCormick.
BARNETT, Stella,
27 Mar 1872 - 27 Aug 1900. "Wife of J.D. Barnett."
BARR, William H. Harrison,
14 Jun 1840 - 4 Apr 1841. "Son of J. H. & Eliza Barr."
BARR, Rachael,
15 Apr 1837 - 18 Aug 1839. dau. of J.H. & Eliza Barr. (TPTW); (Hunter Meetinghouse - Rachael Ann Barr.)
BEATY, Nancy S.,
no dates. "Only Dau. Arthur & Mary."
BELL, Bud,
2 May 1906 - 6 May 1907. (TPTW)
BELL, Arabella W.,
Oct 1827 - 6 Mar 1843. "Consort of John Bell; dau. Fountain & Sarah F. Laster." 
BELL, Ellard,
10 May 1906 - 6 May 1907. "Son of Bud & Carrie Bell."(Hunter Meetinghouse - At the back of the cemetery near the creek.)
BELL, Viola Vernon,
d. 1904. (Viola Vernon Bell and a child. Died in 1904 of smallpox, she was wife of James Robert Bell. Ref: Maury Co. Cemeteries Fred L. Hawkins pg 779.
BELL, Mrs. Willis,
dates unknown. (Related to Ricketts, it is believed that this grave is located near the Ricketts family; Ref: Maury Co. Cemeteries F. L. Hawkins pg 779.
BENDERMAN, F.(Frances "Fannie") J. E., 1 Mar 1834 - 19 Oct 1893. "Wife of John Benderman." Mother. (Hunter Meetinghouse - "Every joy to us is dead, Sweet Mother is not here."; d/o James W. Douglas & Marina Douglas; Ref: sunnydaze1@hotmail.com.)
BENDERMAN, Margaret R.,
(d/o John Benderman & Frances J. E. Douglas Benderman; Ref: Judy B. Forgos.)
BLACKWOOD, Henley T., 5 Mar 1784 - 8 Jul 1866. (Henley Thompson Hogan Blackwood; d/o Daniel Hogan (1753 - 1787) of Orange Co., NC.; wife of William Blackwood. Dora Mai Gordon & TPTW)
BLACKWOOD, William, 27 Sep 1794 - 29 Aug 1869. 
BLACKWOOD, Julia K.,
14 Apr 1815 - 26 Jul 1839.(Hunter Meetinghouse - stonecutter I.G.S.)
BLACKWOOD, William P.,
7 Sep 1823 - 7 Jun 1849. (William Peyton Blackwood, h/o Nancy J. Grimes, m. 10/5/1843 Maury Co., Tn. s/o William P. Blackwood & Henley Thompson Hogan. Ref: Dora Mai Gordon 10 Apr 2008)
BLACKWOOD, Thomas J.,
14 Oct 1827 - 11 Oct 1844. (s/o William P. Blackwood & Henley Thompson Hogan. Ref: Dora Mai Gordon, 10 Apr 2008)
BOND, John B.,
1792 - 30 Sep 1845. 55 years.
BOND, Catherine,
9 Nov 1797 - 11 Sep 1845. 48-10-02. (Consort of John B. Bond, Esq.)
BOND, Thomas J.,
14 Feb 1837 - 14 May 1853. 16-01-10. "Son of J.B. & C. Bond."
BOND, Sallie Elizabeth,
11 Jan 1837 - 2 Jan 1861. "Wife of J. H. Bond."
BOND, Mary Virginia,
9 Jan 1839 - 23 Nov 1867. 29-10-14. "Wife of J. L. Bond." 
BOND, Robert Lee,
16 Oct 1862 - 14 Dec 1865. Aged 3 Yrs, 1 month & 28 dys.)". "Son of James L. & M. V. Bond." "
BOND, Willie,
18 May 1867 - 3 Nov 1867. 5 mos., 16 days. "Inf. son of James L. & M. V. Bond."
BOSHERS, Mary Parlee Sharp.
(Dates Unknown); (Hunter Meeting house - buried in this section without a marker, according to Wayne Chappell of Columbia, Tn.)
BOWGH or BOWLE, M.G.
, May 1871 - 10 Feb 1901. (Inscribed fieldstone.)
BRISCOE, Louisa,
30 Apr 1828 - 21 Nov 1852. "Wife Wesley Briscoe; two little infants repose by her side."(MCTC & Hunter meeting House ). "Wife Wesley Briscoe; two little infants rest by her side." (TPTW.)
BRISCOE, Nancy L. Guthrie,
17 Feb 1937 - 26 Dec 1858. "Wife of Wesley Briscoe."
BRISCOE, Polly,
7 Jan 1847 - 29 May 1853. "Dau. of Wesley & Louisa Briscoe."
BROWNLOW, Bithal H.,
18 Oct 1891 - 7 Aug 1892. "Son J.E. & Alma Brownlow."( Hunter Meetinghouse - "To Bloom in Heaven.")
BUCKNER, Isabella S.,
21 Jan 1806 - 17 Mar 1844. 38-01-24. "Consort of A.H. Buckner."
BUMPAS, Mary Malinda,
24 Jan 1828 - 27 Sep 1853. "Wife of Augustine Bumpas."
BUMPAS, William Henry,
8 Feb 1853 - 7 Sep 1853. "Son of A. & M.M. Bumpass."
CAMPBELL, Charles,
15 Feb 1795 - 30 Sep 1852. 57-07-15. "  
CECIL, Stella May,
2 Nov 1872 - 10 Aug 1876. "Dau. of S.S. & Mary J. Cecil."
CECIL, James Harvey,
27 Jan 1873 - 27 Oct 1876. "Son of S.S. & Mary J. Cecil." (Hunter Meetinghouse - "Those little hands thoult raise no more, To meet my loving fond caress, For deaths cold blast in passing o're Has snatched thee from affections breast.")
?????, Minnie,
3 Nov 1878 - 15 Dec 1878. "Our Little Baby." (Beside above Minnie ?????, possibly child of S.S. Cecil. from MCTC. This memorial is list in TPTW as: CECIL, ? Our Little Baby, Minnie.( Hunter Meetinghouse - This baby is buried next to the Cecil children, but as there is no surname on the gravestone, it can only be assumed that she, too, was a child of S.S. and M. J. Cecil).
CHENNAULT, L. A.,
d. 11 Nov 1881. Aged 50 years. (Mother - TPTW)
CHENNAULT, Rebecca Jane (Alexander)
, 6 May 18(54) - 10 Aug 1881. "Wife of W.M. Chennault." (1st wife of William Magnus Chennault who is buried in Marlow Cemetery in Stephens Co. Oklahoma; mother of David T. Chenault who is buried in Hillcrest Cemetery Kaufman co. Tx.; Ref: wingsmedia@cox.net e-mail to MB; TPTW list death date at 1852 (?). mb); (Hunter Meetinghouse - Stonecutter: Morris Bros., Memphis.)
CHENNAULT, Mary Ann, d. Mar 1881.(aged 3 ms 24 ds. Hunter Meetinghouse.)
CHENNAULT, Tennie King,
19 Jan 1854 - 14 Jul 1875.
CHENNAULT, Mary Jane,
20 Mar 1862 - 16 Jun 1887. "Wife of Rev. R.M. Chennault."
CHENNAULT, Herbert Dexter,
d. 23 Dec 1884 . 10 mos. 11 ds. "Son of G.H. & M.E. Chennault."(Hunter Meetinghouse - "Suffer little children to come unto me.")
CHENNAULT, Neva May,
22 Nov 1885 - 21 Feb 1892. "Dau. G.H. & M.E. Chennault."
(??????????),
(There are two large stones, badly weathered, in the Chennault lot.)
COLAGROSS, Mary, d. 1900. (Infant dau of Joseph & Ada Belle Curtis Colagross; Ref: Maury Co. Cemeteries, Fred L. Hawkins.)
COLEBURN, Parmelia S., 23 Aug 1842 - 13 Aug 1877. "Wife of T.L. Coleburn."
COLEBURN, Jennie,
25 Jul 1867 - 1 May 1877. "Dau. T.L. & P.S. Coleburn." 
COLEBURN, Sam A.,
2 Oct 1873 - 21 Jan 1900. "Son of T.L. & P.S. Coleburn."
COLEBURN, William F.,
25 Oct 1876 - 1 May 1877. " Son T.L. & P.S. Coleburn." (Hunter Meetinghouse - on same stone with mother.)
COLLIER, Verginia E.,
7 Jan 1860 - 25 Jun 1896. "Wife of L.E. Collier."(Hunter Meetinghouse - once enclosed by an iron fence. 
COOPER, Capt. J.C., Cooper (James Carlile),
d. 11 Nov 1897. 70-11-24. Mason. (Mexican War, C.S.A.; was on way to to see gold mine in Mexico when he died.)
COOPER, E.C.,
15 Nov 1832 - 14 Sep 1895. "Wife Capt . J.C. Cooper." (Nee Emarintha Caroline Kinzer.)
COOPER, John T.,
12 Sep 1857 - 18 Nov 1881. "Son of J.C. & E. C. Cooper." (John Thomas Cooper; d. in Jackson, West Tenn., school teacher; Ref: MB.)
COOPER, James H., 25 Jun 1861 - 18 Aug 1887. (Son J.C. & E.C. Cooper.) This stone is leaning against a tree.
COOPER, Angel Babe,
30 Jul 1886 - 15 Sep 1886. "Son of J. H. & Mattie King Cooper".)
The five above Cooper graves are enclosed in an iron fence.
CRAIG, John Blackwood,
13 Oct 1808 - 18 Jun 1885, son of Johnston Craig and Martha Blackwood. 
CRAIG, Nancy Gordon,
1 May 1815 - 8 Sep 1902. (Wife of John Blackwood Craig)
CRAIG, Elender,
d. 13 Nov 1831 . In 88th yrs. of her age. 
CRAIG, Johnston, Sen.,
19 Nov 1774 - 17 Sep 1848. 73-9-28.
CRAIG, Martha,
10 Aug 1784 - 15 Oct 1856. 75-02-05. "Wife of Johnston Craig."
CRAIG, Nancy (Agnes Stockard)
, 25 Aug 1783 - 1 Feb 1828. "Consort of David Craig." (d/o Johnston Craig; lst wife of David Craig Jr. mar. 30 May 1803 in Orange Co. N.C.; Ref; Dora Mai Gordon Whisnant.)
CRAIG, Footstones: J.D., & S.C., near Johnston and Nancy Craig.
CRAIG, Mary,
d. 31 Jan 1835. Aged 58 years. "Consort of William Craig; dau. William Blackwood." 
CRAIG, S.J. (Sarah),
14 Nov 1830 - 19 May 1831. )TPTW- one stone with M.F.
CRAIG, M.F. (Mary),
25 May 1832 - 18 May 1834. "Daus. of James S.Craig." TPTW- one stone with S.J.
CRAIG, James Isom,
b. & d. 18 Mar 1832. "Son John J."
CRAIG, Mariah,
12 Dec 1833 - 11 Aug 1835. "Dau. of D. & P. Craig." (TPTW - "D.C. and N.C.G." and date of birth as 12 Dec 1832 [MB])
CRISP, Judith,
(1794) - 27 Jun 181(9), "In the 25th year of her age." (Rebecca Judith "Jude" Crenshaw Crisp; Laurens Co. S. C. native TS badly weathered, hard to read; Maury Co. Tn. marriages: Tillman A. Crisp to Judah Crenshaw, 16 Apr 1816.)
CROSS, Mary Jane, 22 1828 - 22 Jan 1853. "Wife of John Cross." (d/o Lewis Green and Sarah Jane Carter Hening Lanier; married 12 Nov, 1850 to John Finch Cross who was b. in Mt. Pleasant, Maury Co., Tn. and died during the Civil War in 1865.)
CROSS, John B.,
5 Apr 1844 - 13 Apr 1851. 07-00-08. "Son of E.O. & E.J. Cross."
CRUNKLETON, Mrs. Elizabeth Harris "Betty" Graff Crunkleton. b. 1860 according to census records; mar. Isaac "Ike" Graff on 19 Aug 1873 in Jefferson Co. Al.; following his death she remarried James Crunkleton; Ref: gggrandmother of Charlotte Metcalf Campeau e-mail to MB.)
DALE, Nathaniel Moore, 12 Mar 1827 - 21 Apr 1853. "Son of Edward W. Anne Lewis Dale."
DAVIS, J. L. (or E.),
d. 17 Feb 1891. (inscr. fieldstone.)
DAWSON, Columbus,
16 Oct 1906 - 26 Mar 1907. (Hunter Meetinghouse - At the back of the cmetery, near the creek .)
DEAN, Elisha W.,
d. 4 Feb 1899. 60-07-24. (TPTW - DEAN, Elishaw, died 4 Feb,1899 60-7-02.)
DIC---,-------A.,
(Possibly grave of Catherine A. Stockard Dickey, dau. Richard & Elizabeth Stockard; d. 11 Jun 1849; TS badly shaled & buried in ground.)
DICKSON, Elenor,
12 Sep 1783 - 6 Aug 1823. (inscribed on a fieldstone.)
DICKSON, Elizabeth,
29 Mar 1801 - 28 Aug 1851. "Wife of Samuel Dickson and mother of Thomas Warren & Angeline B. Craig & dau. Thomas & Mary Martindale." 
DICKSON, Sarah J.,
27 Sep 1824 - 29 Jul 1890. " Our Mother "
DICKSON, Miles D.,
16 Dec 1835 - 18 Sep 1853. "Son of William F. & Sally Dickson."
DICKSON, Mary,
14 Sep 1850 - 27 Oct 1851. "Dau. F.M. & S. Dickson."
DISHONGH, George B.,
28 Dec 1832 - 15 Aug 1907. Top of this stone is broken off and on the ground.(TPTW - one stone with Mary (G.) Dishongh).
DISHONGH, Mrs. Mary C.
, 4 Mar 1838 - 27 Nov 1884. (TPTW - Mary G. Dishongh one stone with George B.)
DISHONGH, Mattie E.,
19 Feb 1899 - 4 Jan 1903. "Dau. of Horace O. & Maggie L. Dishongh.". (d/o Horace Ozro Dishongh (1862-1945) & Margaret Laura Rippy Dishongh (1877-1964) parents are buried at Arlington Cem. in Mt. Pleasant.)
DOAK, G.H.,
6 Oct 1848. Age 3 yrs., 10 mos. "Son D.G. & M.A. Doak." (David G. Doak was Presbyterian minister; died in Sardis, Miss.)
DOBBINS, David,
28 Feb 1782 - 15 Apr 1860 . "Ruling Elder 40 years in the Presbyterian Church, Salem."
DOBBINS, Catherine (Gilchrist),
12 Jan 1792 - 8 Sep 1881. "Wife of David Dobbins; born in Moore Co., N.C."
DOBBINS, Dr. Wilson,
unknown dates. (unmarked grave. Listed in MCTC by Fred Hawkins. s/o David and Catherine Gilchrist Dobbins.
DOUB, Eunie Ethel, 20 Jan 1905 - May 1905. (unmarked grave. Inf. d/o Charlie & Hettie Ann McAnally Doub. History of Hunter Cemetery.)
DOUB, Inez,
30 Sep 1903 - Sep 1905. (d/o Charlie & Hettie Ann McAnally Doub. Ref: History of Hunter Cemetery.)
DOUGLAS, James W., 16 Mar 1808 - 27 Jun 1879. (one stone with Marina Douglas.)
DOUGLAS, Marina, 30 Apr 1809 - 11 Apr 1883. "Wife of James W. Douglas." (1st born child and daughter of Frances Cochran & Willoughby Howard. Same stone with James W. Douglas.)
DOUGLAS, Annastatie, 20 Mar 1862 - 6 Jun 1886. "Wife of H.C. Douglas." (Hunter Meetinghouse - "Blessed are the dead that die in the Lord.")
DOUGLAS, Robert F., 14 Oct 1884 - 25 Sep 1885.
DRUMMOND, Maria Louisa, 25 Oct 1822 - 2 Feb 183-. "Daughter of A. B. & M. B. Drummond; b. Brunswick City, Va.", Boxtomb is breaking apart.
ELLETT, John H., no dates. (Son Thomas P. & Susan Griffith Ellett; b. 29 Oct 1834; Co. D, 3rd Tn Inf., C.S.A.: d. 1880. New memorial stone with wife and children. (no Civil War information on this stone. mb ).
ELLETT, Ophelia K., (or A.), no dates. (b. ca 1843, nee Kindel, d. in 1880. New memorial stone with husband and children. mb.
ELLETT, Children, no names or dates. New memorial stone with parents. mb.
ERWIN, F.A.J., 8 Oct 1832 - 7 Jul 1834.
FAGAN, Jennie May, 4 Jun 1865 - 26 Dec 1899. "Wife of Bruce Fagan." (Dishongh lot.)
FAGAN, May Ann, 12 Sep 1894 - 4 Aug 1897. (Dishongh lot.)
FAGAN, Lizzie, 22 Dec 1899 - 22 Mar 1900. (Dishongh lot.)
FARLEY, Sarah H., 18 Jun 1848 - 16 Apr 1849. "Dau. John & Sarah H. Farley."
FORGEY, James, 18 Aug 1797 - 10 Oct 1855. 58-01-22. 
FOSTER, Nancy, 27 Sep 1822 - 5 Oct 1884. "Wife of Rev. A.J.B. Foster."
FREEMAN, Christiana G., 19 Feb 1825 - 11 Sep 1841. "Dau. E.R. & Christiana Freeman; b. Lunenburg Co., Va."
GHOLSON, Catherine, 28 Jan 1805 - 5 Dec 1826. Age 22.
GIBSON, Bob, dates unknown, unmarked grave. (s/o webb & Lora Timmons Gibson: Ref: History of Hunter Cemetery.)
GILCHRIST, Malcolm, St., 8 Feb 1744 - 12 Apr 1821, 77-04-02. "Son Angus Gilchrist; b. Cantire, Scotland; came to U.S. of America , 1770, (Revolutionary War.), 
GILCHRIST, Catharine, 30 Jun 1752 - 5 Oct 1839, 87-03-05. "Wife Malcolm Gilchrist; b. Cumberland Co., N.C.". 
GILCHRIST, Archibald, 6 Jun 1794 - 11 Jan 1852, 57-07-06. 
GOOD, Landola, 26 Jul 1863 - Jul 1889. "Wife of W.F. Good."  
GORDON, Elinor Johnson Craig, d. 22 Jan 1881. (Death Notice, Consort of Jesse M. Gordon, 79 yrs. Presbyterian; Columbia Herald, 13 May 1881, d/o Johnson & Martha Blackwood Craig, who immigrated from Orange co. N. C. in 1808; Her father Johnson Craig was born in Orange co., N.C. 19 Nov 1774 d. 17 Sep 1848 aged 74 yrs. His wife Martha Blackwood Craig survived him and died 15 Oct 1856, aged 76 yrs, they mar. 3 may 1798 and emigrated to Tenn in 1808 and settled near Mt. Pleasant, Maury Co. Tn.
GORDON, Wesley Farris, 13 Dec 1902 - 22 Jun 1903. 00-06-09. Wesley Farris Gordon, s/o Thomas Monroe Gordon & Dora Mai Potts (my fatherís brother). Ref: Dora Mai Gordon (Son of T.M. & D. M. Gordon.)
GORDON, Katherine, 12 Feb 1915 - 25 Mar 1919, d/o Thomas Monroe Gordon & Dora Mai Potts (my fatherís sister). Ref: Dora Mai Gordon 10 Apr 2008.
GRAFF, Dizer, unknown. Ref: Maury Co. Cemeteries by fred L. Hawkins., unmarked grave.)
GRAY, Sarah Catherine, d. 5 Aug 1851. 11 mos., 20 days. "Dau. of M.W. & Mary J. Gray." "We loved her."
GRIMES, Mildred "Millie" Emily Ricketts, (1765) d. 16 Jul 1820 - (No. C. native; d. Wayne Co. Tn. Ref: Cindi Grimes; Inscribed fieldstone, believed to be grave of Millie Ricketts Grimes, wife of Wm. Grimes, mar. in N.C., migrated to Tennessee in 1811.)
GRIMES, Polly S., no date. (Inscribed fieldstone. Thought to be grave of Polly Jennings Grimes, first wife of Samuel Grimes. He later remarried & moved to Alabama.); (Hunter Meetinghouse - Fieldstone with the following inscription - Here lies the body of Polly S. Grimes. This is believed to be the grave of Polly Jennings Grimes, first wife of Samuel Grimes to who she was married in Maury County on 30 Dec 1819 by David Craig. After Polly's death, Samuel remarried and migrated to Lauderdale Co., Al.).
GRIMES, Elizabeth, d. 21 Jul 1859. Aged about 57 years. "Wife of John Grimes." (1st married to a Price, they had two children, William and Catherine. Catherine Price married Stephen J. Matthews on 30 Aug 1836, by W. W. Grimes in Maury Co. Tn. they then resided in Lauderdale Co., Al. Ref: Huntermeeting House pg 17.)
GRIMES, Henry A., 21 Jul 1816 - 9 May 1881.
GRIMES, Elizabeth E., 8 Mar 1816 - 2 Dec 1886.(wife of Henry Grimes.) 
GRIMES, Harriet E., 15 Jul 1821 - 16 Aug 1866. "Wife of Rev. L.W. Grimes." (Dau. William Blackwood.)
GRIMES, Eveline L., d. 28 Jan 1859. 18-03-07. "Dau. of John & Elizabeth Grimes."
HARRIS, Amanda Warren, 21 Aug 1809 - 18 Mar 1833. 23-5-8. "Consort of B.R. Harris."
HARRIS, Thomas A., b. 20 Jun 1820 - 5 Jul 1891. (Mexican War; C.S.A.)see bio note from Hunter meeting House.
HARRIS, Sarah H., 13 Apr 18-- - -- Nov 185-. "Consort of T.A. Harris." (Nee Cooper: TS shaled.)
HARRIS, Eugenia Clay, 11 Sep 1850 - 21 May 1855. "Dau. of T.A. & S.H. Harris"
HARRIS, Mildred Mary, 18 Jul 1853 - 23 May 1855. "Dau. of T.A. & S. H. Harris."
HELMICK, Minnie G., 18 Oct 1861 - 3 Mar 1863. "Dau. of T.H. & S. E. Helmick."
HENDRY, Polly, d. 20 Nov 1885. 75 years of age. "Wife of Capt J.L. Hendry."(Hunter Meetinghouse - "In the triump of a living faith.")
HIGHTOWER, Tom Dock, circa 1860 - 21 Sep 1897. (22 yrs.; a phosphate gang leader in Mount Pleasant; married Mary Elizabeth Woods Hightower, 13 Mar 1882 in Carroll, TN. after Dock died she married Thomas Riddle; 6 children, 5 boys and 1 girl; wife was 1 month pregnant when he was shot; member of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows; children were sent to the IOOF school in Clarksville, Tn after he died;  buried here in an unmarked grave. Ref: Brian Hightower e-mail.)
HODGE, Hervey, b. about 1797 in Va. Early settler in mt. Pleasant, Tn. believed to be buried in Hunter Cemetery near some of his infant children who are know to be buried here; h/o Lucy A. Hodge; Ref: Rick Gray.)
HOGE, Harriet H., d. 3 Aug 1829 - Age 9 mos., 8 days.
HOGE, Sarah M., 6 May 1836 - 5 Sep 1837. 01-03-29. "Dau of Hervey & Lucy Ann Hoge." 
HOGE, Inf. son of Hervey & Lucy Ann, 1 Apr 1847 - 23 Mar 1848. Aged 11 mos., 28 days.(Hunter Meetinghouse - "Early lost, early saved.")
--------, ---Rude, ---s & Eliza. (Possible grave of Gertrude Hoge, dau. of Moses & Eliza Hoge; remains of Moses, Gertrude & Cornelius removed to Lawrence Cemetery, in Mt. Pleasant, Maury Co., Tn.)
HOWARD, Thomas R., 16 Feb 1819 - 17 Nov 1872.
HUGH (S), James, 16 May 1785 - 1 Feb 1841. ?6-09-01.(Hunter Meetinghouse - Stone badly shaled and on ground)
HUNTER, Mary H., d. 25 Jan 1841. "Consort William K. Hunter."  
HUNTER, Elenor, 19 Oct 1792 - 21 Apr 1833, "Consort of Col. William Hunter.", (Elenor (Stockard) Hunter w/o Col. William Hunter. Ref: Dora Mai Gordon 10 Apr 2008.)
HUNTER, William C., 19 Aug 1814 - 9 Nov 1832. "Son of Col William & Elenor Hunter."
HUNTER, Elizabeth J., 1 Jan 1832 - 28 Nov 1832. "Dau. of Col. William & Elenor Hunter."
HYDE, William C., 6 Sep 1828 - 6 May 1907. Father. (Hunter Meetinghouse - "Our loved ones are at rest.")
HYDE, David W., 21 Nov 1861 - 7 Apr 1880. (TS fallen.)
JACKSON, R.C., d. 12 Apr 1875. "Aged 41 years & 28 days.  
JACKSON, Emily K., b. 22 Feb 1844 . Aged 2 years.
JACKSON, Blanche, 11 May 1868 - 30 Jun 1869. Infant dau. of R.G. & A....Jackson. 
J-------------, Footstone; R.W.J. (4 graves with no inscribed head and footstones in row.)
JARMON, Willie T., 5 Apr 1847 - Nov 1864. (Son B.F. & R.S. Jarmon; Co. E, McDonald's Bn, Forrest Cav., C.S.A.)
JOHNSON, William Eddie, 18 Nov 1883 - 8 Oct 1889. "Son of J.W. & M.I. Johnson."
JONES, Ann M., 5 Sep 1824 - 29 Jun 1883. "Wife of N.W. Jones." (in Ricketts lot.)
KENNEDY, Caroline (Moody), d. 16 Nov 1856. Aged 54 years. (Va. native; Wife of Robert Gordon Kennedy; d/o Francis Moody and Patsy Vaughn Moody) Robert Gordon Kennedy s/o John Kennedy & Barbara Gordon Kennedy Ref: Rick L. Gray; and was the brother of Weakley Gordon Kennedy who married Sarah Ann Stockard dau. of Richard Stockard buried here at Hunter's.)
KENNEDY, Laura Boshers, unknown. Buried here with no stone. Ref: Hunter Meetinghouse pg 40.
KERSEY, Alzia, 7 Dec 1849 - 18 Nov 1854. "Dau. C. & M.E."
KINCAID, Dr. David I., d. 19 May 1855 - Age 29. Masonic emblem. "Dear Brother, Fond nature now has ceased its strife, And thou hast entered into life."
KING, William Seth, 28 Jan 1844 - 16 Aug 1863. "Son of Fain W. & Susan A. King."
KING, Susan Mertilla, 22 Jul 1859 - 20 Sep 1887. "Dau of Fain W. & Susan A. King."
KING, Tennie, 29 Jan 1854 - 14 Jul 1875. (Chennault Lot.)
KING, John B., 8 Mar 1888 - 12 Sep 1891. "Son J.W. & S.W."
KITCHEN, J. Whit, 23 Mar 1872 - 1907. (unmarked grave; He was killed by Deputy Will Harris; Ref: Maury Co. Cemetery by Fred Hawkins pg. 780.)
KITTRELL, Jacob Hunter, 26 Oct 1828 - 16 Apr 1867. (Son Seth R. & liza J. Hunter Kittrell; Co. D. 3rd Tenn Inf., C.S.A.; wounded in action at Jackson, Miss.; mar. Agnes Dobbins.)
KITTRELL, Angie Kitt...., no dates. (Inscribed fieldstone almost unreadable.)
KLYCE, J.H., Sen., 9 Apr 1823 - 4 Jun 1865. 42-01-26, (James Harvey Klyce, Sr. 4/9/1823-6/4/1865 h/o Mary Caroline Pickard m. 2/16/1851 Maury Co., Tn. Ref: Dora Mai Gordon 10 Apr 2008.) 
KLYCE, Mary C., 28 Jul 1827 - 29 Apr 1855. "Wife of James H. Klyce.", (Her record is in Heaven." (Mary Caroline {Pickard) Klyce, w/o James Harvey Klyce, Sr.; 1st mar. to Alexander Whiteside (1825-1850) on 15 Nov 1849; d/o Alexander Pickard & Mary (Polly) Mitchell. Ref: Dora Mai Gordon, 10 Apr 2008)
KLYCE, Ann E., 27 Dec 1851 - 18 Jan 1852. "Dau. of J.H. & M.C. Klyce.", Ann E. Klyce, d/o James Harvey Klyce, Sr. & Mary Caroline Pickard. Ref: Dora Mai Gordon.
KLYCE, E.E., 28 Jan 1858 - 18 Jan 1861. 02-11-12.
KLYCE, J. (John) H.(Henry), Jr., 12 Mar 1865 - 24 Jul 1865. 00-04-12. (J. H. Klyce, Jr. b. 3/12/1865 must be son of James Harvey Klyce & his second wife. Ref: Dora Mai Gordon; name shared by Cameron Disney dcdisneydarby@gmail.com 9 May 2012.)
KNIGHT, A.B. (Footstone: A.B.K. found. Part of headstone with ."B. Knight found on creek bank.)
KNIGHT, Catharine, d. 11 May 1841. Age 34 yrs, 11 Months & 27 Days.
KOONCE, Henry, 11 March 1777 - 10 Jul 1836. (Hunter Meetinghouse - "departed this life to the mansions of Glory...
LAIRD, Robert, 20 Apr 1808 - 17 Sep 1839. "Son Rev. Francis Laird, of Westmoreland Co., Penn.". (Hunter Meetinghouse - Robert LAIRD, son of Rev. Francis LAIRD, of Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania, b. 20 April 1808, died 17 September 1839 in full confidence of a Glorious immortality beyond the grave.)
LENHART, J. (John) W., died 3 Sep 1851. Aged 51 yrs. (He was married to Harriet Hull)
LINDSEY, Andrew H., 21 May 1852 - 13 Sep 1854. "Son of A.J. & C. Lindsey."
LOHORN, Ann, b. 21 Aug 1842. 36th year of her age. "Consort of Wm. Lohorn; dau. James & Dorothy Busby."
LUCKETT, Samuel, Jun 1823 - 3 May 1853. Odd Fellow. (d. in Marshall Co. Tn.; s/o Wiliam Cox Luckett & Margaret Peggy Pinckley Luckett; h/o Lucinda Lawrence Luckett, mar. 11 Jan 1849; she was the d/o James & Penelope Lawrence both of maury Co. per 1850 census; Samuel Luckett was listed as living with his in -laws in Maury co. in the same household, and was listed at age 27 as a shoe maker, born in Ky.)
MASSEY, W. J. T., 14 Jul 1857 - 31 Nov 1880. 23-03-20.
McCORMICK, Mary, 26 Dec 1866 - 13 Sep 1899. "Wife of T.N. McCormick."
McCORMICK, Hattie May, 23 Sep 1880 - 5 Oct 1899. "Dau. of R.D. & S. M. McCormick.
McGEE, Chiles, d. 22 Sep 1838 . Aged 72 years. (This is the largest monument in the cemetery. It sits on a four-tier pedestal, with a winged design at the top. It is inscribed on three sides. Stonecutter - W. Gland. Graffetti carved on the side of the McGee stone - M. Harwell, Joe Wilkes, J.E.H., B. Woodard.- Hunter Meetinghouse, 1983.) 
McGEE, Mrs. Jemima, d. 20 Feb 1815. Aged 50 years.
McGEE, Mrs. Ann, d. 19 Jan 1851. Aged 79 years. (Wake Co., N.C. marriages: Chiles McGee to Jemimah Joiner, 30 Mar 1785; Large four-tiered spire.)
McINTYRE, David, 17 Apr 1763 - 27 Jun 1828. "Born Scotland at Keniochland, emigrated to America 17 Jul 1786, landed 22 Sep 1786, resided Lawrence Co., Tenn."
McINTYRE, Sarah, 2 Aug 1826 - Aged 43 years. "Wife of Duncan McIntyre." (Box tomb.)
McKINZIE, Annie May, 25 Jul 1910 - 8 Apr 1912. (.) "Our Darling Baby."  (Kittrell lot, these graves enclosed by a rock wall.)
MEADOWS, Claude Pitman, May 1884 - 18 Jun 1887. "Son A.L. & F.M. Meadows."
MILLER, Elizabeth F., 7 Dec 1804 - 9 Nov 1841. "Consort of Henry A. Miller. (Concrete slab, broken.)
MITCHELL, James, 20 Dec Mar 1765 - 11 Nov 1843. 77-10-21. (Revolutionary War Soldier.)
MITCHELL, George Isom, 11 Nov 1844 - 11 Feb 1846. (son of G.W. and E. J. Mitchell.) (Hunter Meetinghouse pg. 20.)
MITCHELL, Mary, 9 Mar 1771 - 7 Nov 1844. 77-02-29. (Nee Craig; wife of James Mitchell.); (Hunter Meetinghouse - see bio at end of listings. mb)
MITCHELL, Isabella Stuart, 21 Jun 1806 - 17 Mar 1844, w/o Anthony Huddleston Buckner m. 2/27/1827 Maury Co., Tn. d/o James Mitchell & Mary (Polly) Craig. Ref: Dora Mai Gordon.10 Apr 2008.

MITCHELL, James E.
, 24 Oct 1842. Aged 16 mos., 17 days. "Son of G.W. & E. J. Mitchell."
MORGAN, Martha J.P., 8 May 1814 - 4 Dec 1840.
MORRIS, Newman, 22 May 1792 - 3 Jan 1866. 73-07-11.
MORRIS, Sarah L., 22 Feb 1792 - 17 Jan 1870. 77-10-17. (Wife of Newman Morris.)
MORTON, J.F., 25 Sep 1825 - 29 Jan 1893.
MORTON, Sallie E. (Perkinson), d. 31 May 1872. 38-02-27. "Wife of J.F. Morton." 
NANCE, Joseph Walker, d. 1910. (Age 82. lst mar. Lizzie Pugh, dau. of James & Livina Gibson Pugh; Ref: Fred L. Hawkins. pg 780.)
NANCE, Nancy Pugh,
no date, unmarked grave. Nancy Pugh Nance has no tombstone.d. at age 67. 2nd wife Joseph Walker Nance (who died in 1910 at the age of 82, sister of his 1st wife. She was the daughter of James & Livina "Viny" Gibson Pugh, who was the sister of Sarah Hunter the second wife of John Hunter. The settlement of Pugh Town near Rockdale is named for this Pugh family. Nancy's twin sister Elender (Nelly) married a Gibson. Ref: Maury Co. Cemeteries by Fred L. Hawkins pg 780 Hunter Cemetery by McKennon-Hendrix, 1983- P-Vine Press., pg 43)
NEELLY, Anne, d. 21 Mar 1833 - 63-02-03. "Consort of Maj. Robert Neelly."
NEELY, T.J., 31 Jul 1822 - 29 Jan 1825. "Son of T.L. Neely."
NELSON, W.P., no dates.
NELSON, Wife, no dates. (Footstone: N.L. H.; two graves inside Iron fence.)
NELSON, David, d. 5 Oct 1851. Aged 68 years. (s/o John Nelson & Jennet (Jennie) Tate. Ref: Dora Mai Gordon, 10 Apr 2008)
NELSON, Mary, 10 Nov 1789 - Feb 1824. Aged about 34 yrs. "Consort of David Nelson." (Orange Co., N.C. marriages; David Nelson to Polly Strain, 24 Sep 1811.)
NELSON, George D.,4 Apr 1814. March 1837. Brother. (s/o David Nelson & Mary (Polly Strain) Ref: Dora Mai Gordon, 10 Apr 2008)
NELSON, Thomas L., 22 Jun 1829 - 5 Nov 1857. (s/o David Nelson & Mary (Polly) Strain. Ref: Dora Mai Gordon, 10 Apr 2008)
NELSON, Infant of Wm. & L.N., d. in embryo, 1847.
NELSON, Infant dau. of Wm. & L.N., stillborn, 18 Jun 1852.
NELSON, William P., Nelson, m. Lavinia Kincaid 10/14/1846 Maury Co., Tn. s/o David Nelson & Mary (Polly) Strain, I had no dates for him. Ref: Dora Mai Gordon, 10 Apr 2008)
NEWSUM, William, Jr., d. 19 Aug 1828 - 44th year. "Native of Va." (Son of Wm. Newsum, Sr.)
NICHOLS, Jennie Kennedy, no dates, unmarked grave. Ref: Fred L. Hawkins. pg. 780.)
NICHOLS, Levi,
no dates, unmarked grave. Ref: Fred L. Hawkins. pg. 780)
NOWLIN, Rosa B., d. 3 Nov 1899. "Dau. Dr. B.W. & N. C. Nowlin." (in Mumford Smith lot.)
ODIL, Samuel Albert, 24 Oct 1852 - 15 Aug 1908. Once enclosed by an iron fence; corner posts remain. I did not see the original stone. Since Mr. Fred Hawkin's book "MAURY COUNTY TENNESSEE CEMETERIES" a new stone has been placed at this grave. 
ODIL, Annie E., 16 May 1861 - 7 May 1917. (Wife of Al Odil; dau. William and Sarah Walker Craig of N.C.)(see Samuel Albert Odil for comments. mb 2005).
ODIL, Allie E., 1 Jun 1883 - 10 Sep 1891. "Dau. S.A. & A.E. Odil."
ODIL, May Blossom, 16 Oct 1887 - 7 Aug 1908. (Dau. of Samuel Albert Odil & Annie E. Craig. Ref: Dora Mai Gordon. 10 Apr 2008) 
ODOM, Irene, no dates, unmarked grave. Ref: Fred L. Hawkins. pg. 780)
ORR, Louisa Ann, 24 Nov 1820 - 26 Dec 1842. (Hunter Meetinghouse - Lousia Ann Orr, b. 24 Nov 1820, and breathed her last 26 Dec 1842.; stonecutter, I.G. Sandsberry, 1843.)
ORR, Joseph L., 2 May 1822 - 5 Jul 1858. 36-02-03. Large upright marker inscribed on three sides.
ORR, Albert Brooke, 18 Jan 1852 - 6 Oct 1855. "Second son of J.L. & M.E. Orr." Large upright marker inscribed on three sides.
ORR, John Childress, 10 Aug 1856 - 30 Oct 1864. "Fourth son of J.L & M.E. Orr." Large upright marker inscribed on three sides.
ORR, Inf. son of J.L. & M. E. Orr." (This is a large marker, inscribed on three sides.)
ORR, Steve, 10 Oct 1846 - 23 Jun 1918. (Pickard Lot) (Hunter Meetinghouse - "The faithful are certain of their reward.")
ORR, Nancy, d. 18 Apr 1914. "age 80 years." (Pickard Lot.)
OWEN, Dora A., 5 Oct 1853 - 24 Jul 1896. "Wife of W.P."(Hunter Meetinghouse - "Asleep in Jesus.")
PARSON, Todius, no dates. "Son of Sarge & Mollie Stewart Parson.
PARSON, Inf. dau. of Sarge & Mollie Parson. (No Tombstone.)
PERKINSON, Polly A., 10 Dec 1808 - 26 Jan 1875. (in iron fence)
PICKARD, John, d. 30 Oct 1826. Age 63 yrs. (Note: a footstone was found on the creek bank by Juanita Gibson Bishop McClain during a clean up effort, with the initials J. P., thought to be the footstone of John Pickard; he was the father of Rhoda Pickard who married Joshua Tune.)
PICKARD, Ruth, d. 1 May 1812. Age 44 years. (w/o John Pickard, also buried in Hunter Cemetery; This seems to be the earliest inscribed stone in cemetery.)
PICKARD, Sallie E., 5 Jan 1851 (57) - 30 Jun 1890. "Wife of L.C. Pickard.". (Sarah Elizabeth (Sallie) Craig Pickard; Wife of Lewis Cass Pickard m. 15 Feb 1872 Maury Co., Tn.; dau of William Blackwood Craig & Sarah Walker
PICKARD, William A., 18 Jun 1873 - 26 Jun 1873. "Son of L.C. & S.E. Pickard."
PICKARD, Bertie, 16 Feb 1875 - 15 Aug 1878. "Son L.C. & S.E. Pickard." (Hunter Meetinghouse - "Our Little Darling."; Herbert Blackwood (Bertie) Pickard; son of Lewis Cass & Sarah Elizabeth (Sallie) Craig Pickard)
PICKARD, Josie Craig, 8 Sep 1878 - 8 Sep 1878. "Dau. of L.C. & S.E. Pickard." 
PICKARD, Sallie F., 9 Sep 1886 - 14 Sep 1891. "Dau. of L.C. & S.E. Pickard."
PICKARD, Eathel L., 29 Feb 1889 - 3 Jun 1889. "Dau of L.C. & S.E. Pickard."
PICKARD, Sarah C., 14 Jun 1890 - 16 Jul 1890. "Dau. of L.C. & S.E. Pickard."
POTTS, Oscar C., 13 Oct 1884 - 4 Jan 1847. 10 mos., l day. "Second son Francis & L.C. Price."
PRICE, Jas. A., 3 Mar 1846 - 4 Jan 1847. 10 mos., l day. "Second son Francis & L.C. Price."
PRICE, George Francis, b. ... Sep ... - d. 9 Jun 18 ... "Son Francis & Lavonia C. Price. (TS broken.)
PRIOR, Inf. son of Johnathan T. Prior, 12 Nov 1854 - Nov 1854. "Our Little Boy."
REED, C. H. (Charles Herbert), 10 Oct -- - 17 Nov ----.
REED, William Rufus, dates unknown. (Info. from Mrs. Vera Norman, "My two brothers died the same night and are buried in the same grave.").
REGENOLD, Frederic, 3 Mar 1824 - 18 Jul 1880. Mason.
REGENOLD, Mary Anna, 1 Nov 1827 - 6 Jul 1895. "Our Mother at rest"
REGENOLD, John D., l Nov 1855 - 18 Oct 1882. This stone is broken and been place upon the base.
REGENOLD, Sammie H., 26 Nov 1871 - 13 Sep 1880. 
(s/o Frederic Regenold & Mary Ann Altmeyer Regenold.)
RICKETTS, Rev. R.D., 26 Dec 1824 - 5 Dec 1897. (Minister, C.P. Church; married Mary Smith; C.S.A.)
RICKETTS, M.A., footstone, initials M.A.R.; around central monument. 
RICKETTS, R.D., footstone, initials R.D.R.; around central monument.
RICKETTS, S.E., footstone, initials S.E.R.; around central monument.
RICKETTS, N.E., footstone, initials N.E.R.; around central monument.
RICKETTS, N.H., footstone, initials N.H.R.; around central monument.
RICKETTS, F.A., footstone, initials F.A.R.; around central monument.
RICKETTS, S.L., footstone, initials S.L.R.; around central monument.
RICKETTS, Beatrice, 24 Mar 1871 - 22 Aug 1975. "Dau. of F.M. U S.H. Ricketts." (Hunter Meetinghouse - "Our Baby Sleeps" stone on ground outside of fence.)
RIDLEY, Vincent, Oct 1776 - 16 Nov 1852. Aged 76 years. (War of 1812.)(new stone has "Lieut W Tenn Militia ,War of 1812." mb.)
RIDLEY, Xarifa Gazella, 20 Jul 1843 - 13 May 1844. 9 mos., 23 ds. "Dau. George M. & Martha L. Ridley."
ROBERTSON, Edward Dale, 24 Jun 1850 - 30 Jul 1852. "Son of James & Anne Dale Robertson." 
ROBERTSON, Robert Dale, 1850 - 1852.
ROTH, E. (Emile), 16 Jun 1829 - 25 Jan 1883. "Husb. of M. W. Roth."
ROTH, Nanny Lou Kennedy, 1837 - 1881. "1st wife, E.C. Roth; Morther of Jessie, Grace, Edna, Emile, & Seth." (Hunter Meetinghouse - "Died in Christian Faith.")
ROTH, Martha W. Johnson, b.? - died 1894, (2nd wife of Emmanuel).  Fieldstone marked grave beside Nannie Lou Kennedy Roth. felt to be the grave of Martha Roth, 2nd wife of E.C. who died by her own hand on 21 Oct 1894. (These graves are inside small iron fence.)
SCOTT, Elizabeth E., 18 Jan 1823 - 3 Sep 1851. "Wife of Windield M. Scott; Dau. J.S. & R.S. Smith."
SHARP, ....sie, 24 Mar .... - (Handcarved fieldstone. Broken and very hard to read. TPTW.)
SHAW, B. (Inscribed fieldstone, no dates.)
SHEPARD, I.N., 28 Mar 1833 - 7 May 1853. 20-01-10.
SHERMAN, Donna Nelson, 14 Apr 1892 - 18 Nov 1892. "Dau. of G.W. & Sallie Sherman." (I believe this should be Donna Sherman Nelson. It is isted that way in Hunter Meetinghouse mb.
SMITH, Catharine, d. 13 Jun 1831 - Aged 78 years.
SMITH, Stephen, 11 Mar 1778 - 30 Aug 1844.(Hunter Meetinghouse - on same stone with Mary A. Smith.)
SMITH, Mary A., 1779 - 7 Mar 1858. "Wife of Stephen Smith." (Cooper memorial in Background.) 
SMITH, William
, 12 Jun 1785 - 21 Aug 1867. (Hunter Meetinghouse - "Murk the perfect man,and behold the upright; for the end of that man is peace." & The steps of a good man are ordered by the Lord; And he delighted in his way.")
SMITH, Lucy, 30 Sep 1786 - 3 Apr 1836. "Consort William Smith, of Mt. Pleasant." (Hunter Meetinghouse - Lucy Smith, consort of William SMITH, of Mt. Pleasant, b. 30 September 1786, and breathed her last 3 April 1836.")
SMITH, Sarah, 29 Jan 1786 - 12 Feb 1874. "Wife John Smith." (Sarah Margaret Williams mar. John A Smith who d. in 1830 & bur. in Decatur, Tn.)
SMITH, John W., 8 Oct 1798 - 17 Feb 1857. (enclosed by rock wall.)
SMITH, James T., 12 Oct ..??. - 24 Feb 1822.
SMITH, Mumford (III), 21 Sep 1805 - 26 Jul 1866. (Sheriff of Maury Co., 1844-1846.)
SMITH, Elizabeth B. (Elizabeth Bynum, 11 Jan 1814 - 24 Mar 1862. 48-02-13. "Wife of Mumford Smith." (d/o Dorethea Williams Bynum who is buried at Bynum Williams Cemetery in Maury Co. Ref: Steven eldersteve@msn.com e-mail to Mary Bob.)
SMITH, Sue A., (26 May 1830) - Sept 26, 1868. "38-04-00", "Dau. Mumford Smith." (d/o Mumford Smith (1805 - 1866 ) & Elizabeth Bynum Smith (1814 - 1862) Note: Note: dob shared by Steven eldersteve@msn.com per info from W.D. Bostick )
SMITH, Calvin A., 16 Aug 1831 - 19 Jun 1932. "Son Samuel & Elizabeth Smith."
SMITH, Inf. son of Samuel & Elizabeth Smith. (2 stones.)
SMITH, Edward E., 27 Oct 1831 - 17 Apr 1862. (husband of Rebecca Adelaide Shull; m. Apr 1852 Maury Co., Tn. Ref: Dora Mai Gordon)
SMITH, Rebecca A., 28 Dec 1832 - 16 Mar 1863. (Rebecca Adelaide Shull wife of Edward E. Smith; dau of Maargaret Craig & Samuel G Shull & grand daughter of William W. Craig & Mary Blackwood.)
SMITH, Lucy A.E., 27 Feb 1840 - 21 Sep 1851. "Dau. J.S. & R.S. Smith."
SMITH, Sarah E., 12 Feb 1850 - 2 Sep 1851. "Dau. J.H. & M.J. Smith."
SMITH, Matta D., 4 Aug 1855 - 4 Aug 1856. "Dau. J.H. & M.J. Smith." "Lovely babes, how brief they stay."
SPINDLE, Emeline, d. 6 Jun 1842 - 24-05-25. "Consort John P. Spindle; Dau. Daniel & Sarah Gold of Winchester, Va. (Dr. Spindle later remarried and moved to Columbia.)
SPINDLE, Inf. of John P. & Emeline. (No dates.)
SPRINKLE, R. Thomas, b. 1804 in N.C., d. 1885.
SPRINKLE, Catherine McManus, 24 Feb 1805 - d. 1861. Wife of R. Thomas Sprinkle; dau. Aaron McManus.
STARKEY, Elizabeth T., 31 Aug 1820 - 7 Feb 1844. "Consort of James M. Starkey."
STEWART, William, 5 Nov 1821 - 28 Sep 1873. 51-10-23.
STEWART, John S., 28 Sep 1848 - 15 Jan 1884.
STE----------, J., 14 Oct---- - ????. (inscribed fieldstone.)
STINSON, Martha Jane Johnson Douglas, no dates, unmarked grave. ca. 1840 - before 1900; Ref: Fred L. Hawkins pg 780.)
STOCKARD, William, Esq., 11 Aug 1775 - 17 Aug 1837. 62nd yr. of his age. (Orange Co., N.C. marriages; Wm Stockard to Lear Mann, 28 Jan 1797; wife later moved to Mississippi.) This is a very large tombstone that has broken in half and laying on the ground of the base.
STOCKARD, Richard, Esq., (1782) - 5 Jun 1850. "He lived a Christian and died in the Lord.", "Aged 59 years & 11 months." (Son of James & Ellender Trousdale Stockard; TS badly shaled; Hunter Meeting House-see bio at end of listing.)
STOCKARD, Elizabeth, dates unknown. (Consort of James Stockard.)
S---------------, Footstone: E. D. S.
STRAYHORN, Joseph H., 12 Oct 1821 - 24 Jul 1899. Father. Tombstone broken off base and on the ground. The memorial in the back ground is George Dishongh also broken in two pieces with the base standing.
S-----------------, O.A., (inscribed fildstone beside above.) (Olivia Strayhorn, wife of Rev. J. H. Strayhorn; d. 25 Jan 1896; inside iron fence.)
S_ _ _ _, E. D., footstone, no other information. 
TERRY, Sarah A., 12 May 1841 - 11 Feb 1882. "Wife of J.M. Terry." 
TINSLEY, ---------, no dates. "Wife of Sterling Tinsley." (Footstone: K.T., TS badly shaled.)
VADEN, Anna, 12 May 1776 - 28 Mar 1882. Aged 86 yrs.
WALKER, Henry A., 10 Mar 1830 - 25 Mar 1863. "Son of R.F. & Catharine Walker."
WARREN, Elmira J., 20 Nov 1818 - 30 Jun 1849. "Wife of Thomas Warren." (Hunter Meetinghouse - "I'm gone to the grave and now in its prison, I sleep here in hope till my Savior shall call me home.")
WARREN, Joel, 9 May 1841 - 27 Apr 1949. "Son of Thomas & E.J. Warren. Rest, rest, little Jo, Till He bid thee arise, To hail Him in glory, Descending the skies." & "Suffer little children to come unto Me, And forbid them not, For such is the Kingdom of Heaven."; stonecutter - Rule Hitchock and Co., Nashville.)
WARREN, Susan Christiana, 19 Feb 1851 - 17 Mar 1852. "Dau. T. & Elvira E.(J. -TPTW) Warren."
WATTS, Mary L., 17 Aug 1806 - 19 Feb 1856. 49-06-02. "Wife of Lewis Watts."
WEBB, Tennie E., 18 Jan 1876 - 15 Sep 1900. "Wife of O.D."
WHITE, Sam, no dates. (Handcarved fieldstone.)
WHITTED, Thomas, 3 Mar 1784 - 15 Jul 1851.
WHITTED, John, 2 May 1823 - 30 Apr 1851.
WILSHIRE, Lou Lanier, no dates, unmarked grave. d. ca 1900 Ref: Fred L. Hawkins pg. 780)
WILSHIRE, Will,
no dates, unmarked grave. d. ca 1909. Ref: Fred L. Hawkins pg. 780)
WILSON, Dixie W., 7 Apr 1909 - 29 Apr 1909.
WINTERICH, Joseph, 24 Oct 1824 - 23 Dec 1905.
WINTERICH, Mrs Caroline, 6 Nov 1834 - 8 Aug 1881.
WINTERICH, Mrs. M. L., Jan 1836 - 3 Jun 1882.
WOOD, Lucy W., 4 Feb - 28 Apr 1817. Age 2 mos., 24 days. "Inf. dau. of William & Amy Wood."
WOOD, Sara Mariah, 22 Jan 1839 - 22 Jul 1844. 05-06-00. "Dau. of William & Amy." (Parents are buried in Rose Hill Cem., Columbia.)
WOOD, Nancy R., 23 Feb 1825 - 15 Dec 1887. "Gone Home." This stone looks to have been recently put on the base. 
WOOD, John H., 9 Aug 1848 - 20 Apr 1849. "Son of Joseph J. & Emily J."
WOOD, William J., 20 Jul 1850 - 15 Apr 1852. "Son of J.J. & Emily J."
WOOD, Susan Christiana, 19 Feb 1951 - 12 mar 1852. "Dau. of T. & Elvira Warren."
WOODY, Mariam Catherine, d. 25 Aug 1845. 23 years of age. "Consort of Wm. Woody; dau. D. & M Nelson."
WORTHAM, Elbert H. "Dr.", 13 Dec 1831 - 2 Jan 1858. "Son A.W. & Martha Wortham." (Hunter Meetinghouse - Stonecutter; L.H. and J.B. Fuller, St. Louis.)
WRIGHT, Nancy, 27 Nov 1778 - 13 Jan 1841. "Consort John Wright; native of Giles County."
WRIGHT, Mary A., 24 Aug 1812 - 19 Feb 1904."Forever with the Lord."
WRIGHT, Mary A., 24 Aug 1812 - 17 Feb 1893. (These two Mary A. Wrights may be same person, but death dates differ and there are two stones.)
WRIGHT, Martha E., 23 Mar 1823 - 9 Dec 1886. "Gone Home" (Hunter Meetinghouse - on stone with Mary A. 1812-1893.)

Inscribed Fieldstones from "They Pass This Way"
Unknown, no other inscription except numbers "27" visible
S_______?, Initials G.T.S., D. DR 1817 (?)
J.B. no other inscription
J.C. Footmarker; Headstone was unearthed from approximately one foot underground; shaled so badly one a few letter so the inscription could be read - Dep. life 183 .
S_______?, E. D., (Footstone E.D.S.)
W_______?, Fieldstone with W on it.
________? and departed.....April 1824, age 28 yrs." Stone badly shaled and broken; no name visible.
G_______?, J.M., 13 September 1855. Fieldstone.
B_______?, J.B., (Fieldstone initials J.B.B.)
W______?, A.G., initials scratched A.G.W., d.d. 28 March 1822. only date. Next to Gilcrest stone. Fieldstone.
L_______?, P., (Fieldstone initials P.L.)
SHAW, B., (no other information, Fieldstone.)
K_______?, A.B. Footstone A.B.K. (Possibly Archibald Knight, but there is no proof of that.)
N_______?, L., (Fieldstone initials L.N.)
J_______?, A.C. (Fieldstone A.C.J.)
Unknown Graves (3 ea.) with large bases but no top stone.
G_______ J., Fieldstone initials "J.G., 1890".
S_______?, O. A., (Footstone initials O.A.S.)
A_______?, A., no other inscription, initials A.T
B_______?, no other inscription
H_______?, S. R., no other inscription (footstone SRH).
J.W. 1892. no other inscription.
B,_______?, W.,( footstone W.B. no other inscription)
R.W.J. Tombstone badly worn; (no dates visible.)
Masonic emblem only Fieldstone.
Portions of tombstone found near the creek - inscribed INS VIOURS image no other information, name or dates)
Fieldstone: The wife of M. BON__E.
Portion of tombstone inscribed "The me____Adline,....John Brown, Nov. 17,18__."
Fieldstone: W___Y, Mar. _ 1____.
M. Fieldstone.


Thomas A. Harris,
Buried at Hunter Cemetery no gravestone. leading Republican, died Friday in Mt. Pleasant of protracted illness; (Columbia Herald, 12 June 1891.)
According to "Goodspeed's History of Maury County, p. 926, Thomas A. Harris, a widely known citizen of Mount Pleasant, was born in Halifax County, Va. June 20, 1820. He was the second son of a family of three sons and three daughters born to Thomas F. and Ann L. (COBB) HARRIS, natives respectively of Powhattan Co., Va. and Granville Co., N.C. Our subject resided with his parents on the farm until 1846; in 1839 he was one of the escorts of Gen Samuel Houston from West Tennessee to the republic of Texas. In June of 1846 he enlisted in the Mexican War in Co. C, Tennessee Cavalry. He was first married to Miss Sarah H. Cooper of Maury County, and to them were born one son and one daughter: Millard F (deceased) and Anna L. Mrs. Harris died in October 1856 (note month does not agree with gravestone listed above.). On December 23, 1859 Mr. Harris married Elizabeth J. Stockard, who died October 8, 1868. For three months of the Civil War, Mr. Harris was second lieutenant of the State militia. He was a Whig previous to the war, but later became a Republican. He was in Washington when the news came of Robert E. Lee's surrender, and was in Ford's Theater at the time of the assassination of President Lincoln. He was an Odd Fellow and a member of the Episcopal Church. His juvenile career was somewhat checkered and romantic, with many incidents of pleasure and hardships in thirty states and under four governments. His life since the Mexican War has been devoted exclusively to his family duties in Maury County.

Mitchell, Mary
b. 9 March 1771 - d. 7 November 1844, aged 77 yrs. 7 mos. 29 d. James Mitchell was born in Orange County, North Carolina, and it was from there he served in the Revolutionary War, having enlisted in April 1781. He married Mary Craig in Orange County on 29 Oct 1789, the daughter of Capt. David Craig. In 1803 James Mitchell sold his home in Orange County and lived for a short time in Logan County, Ky. He settled in Maury County in 1809, where he became a charter member of Salem Presbyterian Church as well as presiding elder. He and Mary Craig Mitchell were the parents of fourteen children.
"Let The Drums Roll," p. 139.

Stockard, Richard,
Born the 5th of July 1790, the eighth child of ten born to James and Ellender Trousdale Stockard, who married in 1755 and came from Pennsylvania to Orange Co., N.C. and then to Maury County. James Stockard was a Revolutionary War soldier and died before 1822 in Maury County. Richard Stockard's mother, Ellen Stockard was born in Scotland and died in Maury Co., in 1810. Richard was married twice, first to Elizabeth Johnson on 23 Sept. 1818. They had a daughter named Sarah Ann Stockard (buried McClain Cemetery). Richard Stockard's second wife the widow Cynthia McLean Hill (dau. of Ephraim and Polly Boyd McLean of Snow Creek.), 20 Oct 1836. Richard and Cynthia had a son named Samuel McLean Stockard the recipient of the famous "Stockard Letter by Alney Hite McLean".

There are hundreds of other graves in this cemetery. Some are marked with plain fieldstones, others with markers that have faded or shaled. The bases for several monuments are in place but the stones are missing. Still other burial spots were never marked at all. Fred Hawkins "Maury County Tennessee Cemeteries".

March 2005, by Mary Bob McClain Richardson

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