KEDRON RD., MAURY COUNTY TENNESSEE
1986 Instructions: On Kedron Road, behind barn of first house (on right) southeast of overpass, in edge of woods, about 500 ft. from barn.
2008 Instructions: Go northwest out Kedron Rd from Rally Hill (Junction of Hwy 431 & Kedron Road) about 2 1/4 miles. Just before (300 yards) the road passes under the Interstate 65 look to your left and behind a house & barn will be the cemetery. It is about 350 yards out from the road with a Concrete Block Wall around two of the graves. The concrete wall can be seen from the road. With permission turn into the driveway at the house in front of the cemetery and get out and walk to your left (east) beside the barn and turn back south toward the cemetery out in the pasture.
Locator Map of the cemetery Area photos of the cemetery
(Footstone with E. L., known to be a Lunn.) (1986, per Fred Hawkins)
RAGAN, Nancy, 8 Apr 1808 - 15 Sep 1905.
RAGAN, W. N., died 15 June 1923 - age 73 years.
ROBERSON, James L., 22 Sep 1843 - 3 Jan 1930. Father.
ROBERSON, Mary, 9 Apr 1847 - 25 Sep 1936. Mother.
ROBINSON, Minnie Winchester, 15 Sep 1877 - 9 Sep 1958.
ROBINSON, H. D., 10 Apr 1877 - 12 Nov 1939.
RUMMAGE, Linnie May, 1937. (stone not found in 2008)
These graves moved to another cemetery,
probably in Williamson County per Mr. Fred Hawkins and Harry Lunn.
ROBINSON, Charles E., 1879 - 1959.
ROBINSON, Maud L., 1889 - deceased.
Mr. Harry Lunn told Fred Lee Hawkins in 1986 that most of these persons were his relatives. His family had lived here for four generations.
Listed in "Maury County Tennessee Cemeteries", 27 Dec 1986, by Fred Lee Hawkins,
Listed in "They Passed This Way", 1963, page C-20, by Evelyn Shackleford & Marise Lightfoot.
Transcribed by Wayne Austin 5 Aug 2008. Photographed 5 Aug 2008. Added here 9 Aug 2008.
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