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PHOTOS OF CEMETERIES IN MAURY COUNTY TENNESSEE

Rivers Cemetery - The Campbell Station African American community cemetery

 View looking west into the Rivers Cemetery. Photo was made while standing in the western edge of Shane Cemetery. There were temporary Markers that are no longer readable. There are many graves that are unmarked including some recent ones. The marked graves are predominately WWI, WWII, Korea & Vietnam War Veterans. Included below is a list that was donated  by David Farris & Emma Burrell in July 2002. Anyone that has corrections or additions may e-mail these to WayneAL1@aol.com and we will get those entered. 
Name Birth Death War Service
John C. Lowery   1994  
Clarence Lowery 1925 1989  
Minnie H. Armstrong April 15, 1916 June 12, 1949  
Susie Mae Martin 1891 1955  
Arthur Martin   1976  
Joe Brown Martin October 15,1927 October 20, 1965 U. S. Army-Tennessee
Willis H. Martin October 3,1924 May 5, 1964 Tennessee, Tec 5, U.S. Army WWII
Johny Lee Farris October 2, 1935 March 11, 1966 Tennessee, Sp4, Batry C, 620 AAA AW  WWII
Emma Lou Farris 1939 2001  
Lee Farris   1966  
Rosie L. Polk   1990  
Georgie A Polk Ellis   1992  
Mary L. Moore Hawkins   1995  
David L. Polk September 22, 1929 July 28, 1997 A 2 C, US Air Force, Korea
L. Ronn Taylor July 21, 1921 January 8, 1947 Tennessee, Tec 5, 365 INF, WWII
Willie Roy (Bubba) Polk   1996  
Billy Joe Lowery February 21, 1952 May 12, 1996 Spc 4, US Army, Vietnam
Annie Pearl Baugh 1912 1962  
Frank Braden born about 1890) 1971 (Father, Veteran of WW I)
Fannie Reynolds Braden   1924 (Mother, wife of Frank Braden)
Mrs Annie R. Perry   1966  
William W. S. Perry April 15, 1891 July 14, 1981 US Army, WWI
Mimia P. English 1899 1960  
Henry R. English 1895 1954  
Burke A English 1917 1938  

July 2002 photo by Wayne Austin. Updated by the Rivers Cemetery Committee 2002.