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ST JOHNS CEMETERY, MAURY COUNTY, TENNESSEE

AGNES, "In memory of.", d. 14 Jul 1849. (This is possibly the grave of a slave, since it was the custom for slaves to be known only by one the given name.)
ALBRIGHT, Walter Martin, 13 Dec 1904 - 9 Oct 1984. (Native Sumner Co.,; mar. Frances Virginia Welch.)
ALEXANDER, Marion Lugenia, 12 Jan 1832 - 14 Feb 1853.
ANDERSON, Caroline, d. 3 Oct 1853. Age 27 yrs. "Wife of Henry Anderson."
ANDERSON, Frances, 8 Aug 1847 - 17 Sep 1849.
ANDERSON, Martha, 23 Mar 1853 - 1 Aug 1854.
ANDREWS, George Davis, 8 Feb 1861 - 11 Feb 1945.
ANDREWS, Mary Purvis, 3 Jul 1880 - 30 Dec 1959.
BAAGOE, Elizabeth Darden, 1900 - 1986,(wife of Knud)
BAAGOE, Knud, 1903 - 1971
BAECHLE, Pauline Martin Coffey, 29 Jan 1890 - 2 May 1988.
BARBINI, Lady Gladys M., 22 Mar 1905 - 27 Nov 1984.
BARBINI / RICHARDS Headstone
BARNETT, James Leon, 1924 - (10 Aug) 1977. (Son of Bascom E. & Thelma Cunningham Barnett; died in a boating accident in N.C.; Lt. US Navy, WWII, Korea.)
BARTH, Theodore Nott, D.D., 11 Jul 1898 - 22 Aug 1961. "Bishop of Tennessee, b. Mt. Savage, Md., d. Memphis, Tennessee."
BARTH, Elizabeth Pike Ellicott, 12 May 1901 - 25 Jul 1973. "born Baltimore, Md., died Memphis, Tennessee."
BECKHAM, Col. Robert F. (Franklin), 6 May 1837 - 5 Dec 1864. "Chief of Artillery, Gen. Stephen D. Lee's Corps; b. Culpepper Co., Va.: mortally wounded at Columbia, Tenn. on 29 Nov. 1864. C.S.A."
BEDON, Hyder Davie, 5 Mar 1835 - 2 Oct 1897. born Horseshoe, Colleton Co., SC. Died at Dark's Mill, TN.
BEDON, Rosa Jackson Eastin, 22 mar 1855 - 11 Dec 1912. "Wife of H. D. Bedon."
BETHELL, Hattie L., 4 Dec 1866 - 30 Oct. 1867.
BLAND, Martha Elizabeth, d. 21 Apr 1853. 15-07-07. "Dau. of Wilson & Susan W. Bland."
BLAND, James Harden, 5 Nov 1857. 18-09-05. "Son of W. & S.W."
*BOWIE, Nora Esther Clemens, d. 12 Sep 2009 in Columbia, Tn., (Jackson Co., Al. native; dau. of Thomas Samuel Clemens and Nancy Ellen Black Clemens; attended Sophie Newcomb College in N.O., La.; mar. 2 May 1935 to Wade Hampton Bowie, he passed away 18 Jan 1996; she owned and managed Columbia Hardware Co. from 1950 to 1960.)
BRANCH, Joseph, 3 Aug 1817 - 23 Nov 1867. "b. Enfield, N.C. d. Dosha Co., Ark." (exiled from Maury Co. for Confederate sympathies; later killed by bushwhackers in Arkansas.) Tombstone
BRANCH, Annie Pillow, 8 Sep 1829 - 11 Sep 1854. "Wife of Joseph Branch; daughter of George W. & Narcissa Martin. They married 7 Sep 1848.)
BRANCH, Mary Polk, 28 Nov 1830 - 2 Dec 1918. (Dau. William Juilus & Mary Rebecca Polk; b. Rowan Co, N.C.; 2nd wife Col. J.G. Branch; mar. 29 Nov 1859.)
BRANCH, Lawrence O.B., 25 Mar 1862 - 26 Aug 1936. (Son of Joseph & Mary P. Branch.) Tombstone
BRANCH, Joseph Gerald, 1865 - 1952. (Son Joseph & Mary P. Branch.)
BROWN, Campbell, 27 Nov 1840 - 30 Aug 1893. (Son James P. & Lizinka Campbell Brown; General on R.S. Ewell's Staff, C.S.A.; State Representative.)
BROWN, Susan Polk, 7 Jul 1847 - 19 Feb 1922. (Dau. Gen Lucius Polk; Mar. Campbell Brown, 11 Sep 1868.)
BROWN, Lucius Polk, 1 Aug 1867 - 5 Apr 1912. (Son Campbell & Susan Rebecca Polk Brown.) Tombstone
BROWN, Susan M., 10 Sep 1872 - 23 Nov 1950. (Nee: Massie; wife Lucius Polk Brown.)
BROWN, George Campbell, 25 Sep 1871 - 23 Jul 1912. (Son Campbell & Susan Rebecca Polk Brown.)
BROWN, Lizinka Campbell, 6 Apr 1874 - 28 Aug 1899. "Only Dau. Campbell & Susan P." Tombstone
BROWN, Percy, Sr., 1874 - 1934. (s/o Maj. George Campbell Sr. & Susan Polk Brown; h/ Gertrude Plunkett Brown; 4 Jun 1989, Tampa, Fla. enlisted as a Pvt. with Troop H of the lst US Volunteer Cavalry (The Rough Riders), 15 Sep 1898 he was mustered out of service; resident of Spring Hill, Tn., farmer.)
BROWN, Percy, Jr., 1912 - 1964.
BROWN, Gertrude Plunkett, 1883 - 1936. (Wife Percy Brown.)
BROWN, Jas. Plunkett, 1909 - 1913.
BURRIL, Letty, d. 1 Dec 1859. "Wife Hamilton Burrill."
BROWNELL, Harold Spencer, 26 Jul 1899 - 12 Dec 1982.
BRYANT, Joseph Andrew, 13 Oct 1849 - 30 Oct 1849. "Inf. son of James J. & Martha Ann."
CAIN, William Bryan, Sr., 1932 - 27 Sep 2007. (Born in Old Hickory, Tn.; son of Marshall L. and Willie Bryan Renegar Cain; Veteran, Korean War; Doctor of Jurisprudence Degree from Cumberland University Law School; assistant to Comptroller of the Tennessee Treasury; past President of the Maury Co. Historical Society; mar. 46 years to Martha Sue Williams Cain.)
CARPENTER, Louise S., 3 Sep 1901 - 16 Apr 1986. (Dau. Martin L. & Priscilla Voss Stokes.)
COFFEY, John Shelby, 23 May 1909 - 5 Dec 1978. (Lt. US Navy, WWII.)
COFFEY, Helen Norris, 29 Aug 1912 - ? Jun 1991,married to John Shelby Coffey 8 Nov 1934.
COFFEY, Paulene Martin Coffey (?????), (Final Surname not clear) 29 Jan 1890 - 2 May 1988.
COMER, Andrew J., 15 Sep 1837 - 29 Nov 1864. "Pvt. in Capt. Higgs Scouts, Gen. Forrest's Cavalry, killed near Ashwood morning of 29 Nov 1864."
CONNELLY, Horace Michael, 4 May 1906 - 26 Nov 1993.
CONNELLY, Bonnie Greene, 25 Nov 1918 - 5 May 1994 (wife of Horace Michael).
*COOK, Margaret "Peggy" Register, d. 15 Aug 2005 in Antioch, Tn. (Chicago, Ill native; dau. of Percy D. Register and Elizabeth Cloud Register; member of St. Peter's Episcopal Church.)
COOPER, Elvira Polk, 1856 - 1923.
COOPER, Horace Polk, 1887 - 1945.
COOPER, Charles Jordan, 1899 - 1970.
COOPER, Helen Page J., 1900 - (1992?)
CORNELIUS, Charles L., Jr., 26 Jun 1915 - 23 Jan 2005. Military marker: "U. S. Army World War II"
COURTNEY, Robin Spencer, 22 Oct 1927 - 10 Jul 2000.
COURTNEY, Lucille Frierson Queener, 18 Dec 1930 - 10 Jan 1991.
CRAIK, Joel Tucker, d. 28 Apr 1906. (Nat. Ky.; discoverer of Knob Cr. phosphate deposits.)
CRAIK, Gertrude Brasherar, d. 21 Jan 1904. (50 yrs., d. in Cincinnati, Oh.)
CRAWFORD, Shaffin John, 5 Jan 1989 - 7 Feb 2003. (Little 14 year old Shaffin John was an African American boy. He joins with other African American of like heritage  who were then slaves buried here in the past. Most prior to 1865 in unmarked graves and others with a given name only.)
CRAWFORD, Robert E., 26 Jun 1982 - 5 Oct 2006. (The Aurora, IL., native was the son of Richard E. Sr., and Barbara Hoffmann Crawford. He was a 2001 graduate of Spring Hill High School.)
CRIDDLE, Edward Scruggs
, 25 May 1899 - 29 Jul 1960.
CRIDDLE, Ernestine Dortch, 3 Oct 1904 - 5 Aug 1960.
CROMWELL, Edward Roche, 27 Jun 1844 - 20 Dec 1847. "Son of A.H. & Catherine Cromwell."
DALLAS, Hugh Douglas, 9 May 1900 - 22 Sep 1978.
DALLAS, Sally Polk, 1 Jul 1903 - 13 Feb 2000. 
DAVIS Memorial (No other details provided)
DAVIS, Winfred Jefferson, Sr., 26 Dec 1917 - 30 Jan 1982. (born in Danville, Va.,the son Albert James & Helen Lash Davis; President of Pressnell Phosphate Co.)
DAVIS, Winfred Jefferson, Jr., 21 Sep 1946 - 30 Jan 1982.
DAVIS, Starling Pressnell, 11 Feb 1924 - (no date), (Married Winfred J. Davis, Sr. in 1945.)
D'HEUR, Allard F. Karl, 17 May 1958 - 31 Aug 1970.
DONELSON, Jenny , 1810 - 15 Apr 1864. "Wife of Manuel Donelson."
DORTCH, O. Lawrence, 21 Jan 1914 - 20 Nov. 1991. " Born in Columbia, Tn., Died in Nashville, Tn."
DORTCH, Margaret Anderton, 1 Nov 1919 - 29 Oct 2002 in Nashville, Tn. (Richmond, Va. native; dau. of Edward Covey Anderton and Virginia Cauthorne Anderton; grad. of St. Margaret's School in Tappahannock, Va., attended Sweet Briar College in Sweet Briar, Va; mar. in 1940 to O. Lawrence Dortch, who died 20 Nov 1991; member of Jr. League of Nashville, Garden Club of Nashville, National Societ of the Colonia Dames of America, James K. Polk Memorial Association and Belle Meade Country Club.)
DOUGLAS, Mary R., 20 Jan 1820 - 6 Oct 1856. "Wife of David"
DOUGLAS, Inf. dau. of David & Mary R., 28 Jan 1848.
DOUGLAS, Edward H., d. 7 Jan 1849. 00-06-00. "Son David & Mary R."
DOUGLAS, Elizabeth J., 9 Apr 1851 - 30 Jul 1851. "Dau. of D. & M.R."
DUBOSE, Pvt. Joel, (26 Mar, 1845) - d. 29 Nov 1864. "Wounded in Battle of Columbia, Tenn." (Eufaula (Barbour Co. Al. native; William Joel DuBose, s/o Hezekiah and Mary Elizabeth Hawkins BuBose; C.S.A.; Ref: e-mail from Anita Newsom Nail, Greenville, Ms. nail@tecinfo.com)
FOSTER, Hugh, 2 Apr 1871 - 31 Oct 1930. "d. Union Springs, Ala."
FOSTER, Nettie Granberry, 28 Dec 1873 - 22 Mar 1957. (Dau. J.J. & Susan Brown Granberry.)
FOSTER, James Granberry, 31 Aug 1898 - 5 Jun 1957.
FRASER, William C., 1 Dec 1906 - -------.
FRASER, Margaret Cathey, 1 Oct 1907 - 23 Mar 1971.
FRYE, Rhett Rick, 10 Aug 1954. (no other dates.)
GAINES, John, d., 26 Feb 1891 - 21 Jan 1966.
GARRETT, Theodore T., Jr., "Ted", 1922 - 1993. Employed by TVA. He & Jill lived on Terrace Dr.
GARRETT, Jill Knight, 1923 - 1996. (Same Stone; McClain, Iris H.) A noted County historian and author.
GATES, Jane Dillard, 31 Jan 1913 - 13 May 2001.
GILCREST, Mary Lane Stanton, 19 Feb 1919 - 18 Dec 1979. (Nat. N.Y.; dau. Edmond C. & Georgianna Gray Stanton; wife Col. Malcolm Frank Gilchrist.)
*GILLEY,  Martha Graham,  d. 21 Feb 2009 in Atlanta, Ga.  (Born in Memphis, Tn.;  Dau. of Ralph Graham and Ora Webber Graham; mar. to Joe Gilley on 15 Apr 1950, he died in 1992;  proofreader for The Daily Herald for 16 yrs.;  preceded in death by sisters, Ora Thompson, Elizabeth Viner, Emma Dillon, Mary Schulz, and Lorena Hurst, brothers, Joseph, and Ralph Graham.)
GLASS, Leonidas Polk
, 1898 - 1965.
GLASS, Marie Fitzhugh, 1902 - (1 Sep 1986 ). (Nat. of Dyer Co.; dau. of Thomas Jefferson & Bettye Lou Kirby Fitzhugh; wife Leon P. Glass.)
GRAHAM, Joseph, 18 Nov 1914 - 3 Aug 1973. (Nat. Memphis; son Ralph & Ora Webber Graham.)
GRAHAM, Nancy Abbay, 10 Oct 1916 - 18 Sep 1974. "Mar. 27 Aug 1940."
GRANBERY, J. J. (Joseph J.), d. 2 Jan 1882. Age 44 years. (Son Jas. M.; Co. C., 3rd Tenn Inf., C.SA.)
GRANBERY, Susan Brown, 30 Dec 1841 - 25 Aug 1920. (Dau. Whitfield Brown; wife John J. Granberry.)
GRANBERY, James Brown, 3 Oct 1861 - 28 Jan 1922. (Son John J. & Susan B. Granberry.)
GRANBERY, William Langley, Sr., 11 Feb 1863 - 19 Nov 1929. (Son John J. & Susan B. Granberry; Lawyer.)
GRANBERY, Margaret Treanor, 16 May 1864 - 19 Apr 1950.
GRANBERY, Maj. William Langley, Jr., 19 Jul 1889 - 29 May 1932. (Son Wm. & Margaret Granberry; d. in Denver, Colo.; U.S. Army.)
GRANBERRY, Joseph, 10 Feb 1866 - 15 Jul 1908. (Son John J. & Susan B. Granberry.)
GRANBERY, H.D., d. 1 Jul 1922, in 54th yr.
GRANBERY, Kathleen Freret, 22 Nov 1878 - 15 Jan 1899. "Wife of H.D. Granberry."
GRANBERY, Robert Lee, 8 Oct 1870 - 26 Dec 1922. (Son John J. & Susan B. Granberry.)
GRANBERY, Harry Pointer, 25 Dec 1878 - 11 Jul 1940.
GRANBERY, James Treanor, 22 Jan 1891 - 25 Dec 1968. (Son Wm. Langley; Grad. Princeton Unif.; Capt. in 82nd F.A., U.S. Army, WWI.)
GRANBERY, Llewellyna Rebhun, 24 Apr 1895 - 11 May 1977.
GRANBERY, William Langley,"Red" III., 29 Mar 1920 - 12 Mar 2001. Military marker: "2nd Lt. U.S. Army Air Force World War II."
GRANT, Dr. Edwin, 9 Feb 1909 - 22 Feb 1966. (Stone broken.)
GRAY, Daniel Roger, 16 Nov 1878 - 25 Jul 1955.
GRAY, Daniel Roger, Jr., 19 Oct 1916 - 4 Jun 1990.

GRAY, Elizabeth Wolfenden, 9 Oct 1876 - 12 Nov 1967.
GRAY, Susan Walton, 5 Dec 1913 - 30 Dec 1992.
GRIGSBY, John C., 1886 - 1950.
GRIGSBY, Annie O., 1888 - 1967.
GRISSOM, Roy Jack, 15 Jun 1891 - 9 Oct 1962.
GRISSOM, Ava Wilson, 26 Jul 1897 - 14 Apr 1960.
GRISSOM, Victor W., 19 Aug 1924 - 14 Jan 1986. (S. Sgt., US Army Air Corps, WWII.)
................., Footstone: F. M. G.
GRISSOM, Carolyn Keys, 7 Dec 1923 - 13 Dec 2003. (Maury Co. native; dau. Roderick Reed & Carrie Cooper Keys; wife of Victor W. Grissom; d. in Nashville, Davidson Co., Tn.)
HAIL, Carman Irwin, 26 Jun 1947 - 25 May 1973.
HAMILTON, Lucile Harris, 16 Jun 1921. (no other dates.)
HAMILTON, George Raymond, 30 Jun 1917 (no other dates)
HANN, Rose Guoth, Jun 1889 - 25 Sep 1978. "Relict of J. A. Hann." (Nat. of Austria; dau. Nicholas & Alexandria Guoth.)
HARDEMAN, William, 8 May 1801 - 28 Mar 1863.
HARDEMAN, Mary M. M., 1 Dec 1805 - 30 Sep 1890. "Dau. of Isaac & Mary M. Hilliard."
HARPER, Lieut. John, d. 9 Nov 1864. "Co. K, 30th Ala Regt. died at St. John's." (C.S.A.)
HARRISON, Hansel N., 12 May 1897 - 11 Jul 1966. (Georgia, AS USNRF, WWII.)
HARRISON, Anna A., no dates.
HART, Alice Wright, 27 Nov 1916. (no other dates.)" Born in Mt. Pleasant, Tn."
HART, Edward Boyd, 13 Jun 1937 - 24 Sep 1999.
HART, Fredrick Donald, 12 May 1915 - 27 Jan 2001. "Born in New York City N.Y., Died Nashville, Tn. "
HART, Eleanor Hamilton, 4 Nov 1940. (no other dates.)
HEMPHILL, Mary Polk, 1851 - 1922.
HEMPHILL, Mary Polk, 10 Oct 1887 - 18 Sep 1889. "Dau F.B. & M.P. Hemphill."
HEMPHILL, Frankie P., 1889 - 1963.
HIGGINS, Edward, 1 Jul 1819 - 25 Jun 1901.
HIGGINS, Katherine, 1836 - 1926.
HIGGINS, Thomas L., 10 Sep 1867 - 12 Oct 1948.
HIGGINS, Alice M., 2 Nov 1880 - 23 Jan 1958.
HILLIARD, Mary Moore, 9 Mar 1786 in N. C. - 18 Mar 1848 in Miss. "Dau. Col. Hardy Murfree & Wife Isaac Hilliard, Sr."
HILLIARD, Isaac H., Sr., 7 Sep 1811 - 25 Jun 1868. Father.
HILLIARD, Mariam Brannin, 5 Aug 1824 - 24 Aug 1853. Mother. "Wife of Isaac H. Hilliard,"
HILLIARD, George W., 1822 - 1864.
HILLIARD, Winnie, d. 8 Aug 1864. 25 -03-23. "Dau. Harry & Winnie Polk."
HILLIARD, Isaac H., Mar 1849 - Jun 1882. "Son Isaac & Miriam B."
HILLIARD, Edwin S., 5 Oct 1850 - 12 Oct 1920.
HILLIARD, Mary Hardeman and Sister, no dates given.
HILLIARD, Isaac H., 20 Oct 1881 - 13 Apr 1882. "Son Isaac H. Hilliard, Jr."
HOLLIDAY, Joseph Harrison, Jr., 12 Apr 1922 - 9 Jul 1999.
HOWARD, Anne Craige, 6 May 1931 - 26 Dec 2002.
HOWARD, Carrie Jane Smith, 19 Jul 1933 - 10 Dec 1999.
HOWARD, James, 4 Nov 1769 - (?) Mar 1849. Aged 80 yrs., ...mos. & 6 days. "He was a good Citizen & an humble Christian, having been a member of the Baptist Church for near 30 years." (See note under Elizabeth Howard)
HOWARD, Elizabeth, 20 Feb 1787 - 21 Feb 1846. Aged 59 yrs. & a day. "She was a faithful wife, a good mother and an humble Christian, having been a respectable member of the Baptist Church for near 25 years." (Note: these two graves were removed from the Howard Cemetery, near Hollywood, and remains placed here in 1969. James death year there was listed as 1769 and that causes the age calculation to be correct above. )
HOWARD, John William, 27 Apr 1847- 14 Oct 1921. (Forrest's Cav., C.S.A.)
HOWARD, Laurence B. Jr., 10 Mar 1927 - 6 Sep 1996.
HOWARD, Lucia Branch, 7 Apr 1864 - 7 Nov 1949. (Dau. Joseph & Mary Polk Branch; mar. J.W. Howard, 1888.)
HOWARD, Gerald Branch, 29 Dec 1889 - 24 Dec 1973.
HOWARD, Anne Craige, 26 Sep 1906 - 27 Mar 1973. (Wife of Gerald Branch Howard.)
HOWARD, Laurence Branch, 20 Aug 1900 - 2 Mar 1959.
HOWARD, Ellen Howard Stempfel, 12 Oct 1906 - 7 Oct 1968.
HOWARD, Nancy Jane Caviness, 8 Jan 1928 in Paris, Texas, 1 Dec 1968 in Nashville, Tenn. "Wife of Laurence Branch Howard, Jr."
HUGHES, John, N. Sr., 1914 - 1999. 
HUGHES, Martha M., 1919 - 1999. 
HUGER, Leonide Polk, 3 Jul 1865 - 11 Aug 1866. "Dau. W.E. & L.D."
HULL, William Edward, Jr., 14 Sep 1960 - 25 Oct 2004. (Bedford Co. native; son William E. (Jean Marie) Hull Sr. & Nancy Ledford Hull.)
HULL, Mary Laren, 13 Dec 1942 - 20 Oct 1981. (Dau. of Mrs. Mildred Burgett of Ky.; wife Wm. E. Hull.)
JACK, Walter G., 1894 - ------. (Mason.)
JACK, Louisa C., 1902 - (15 Mar) 1982. (Dau. Ernest R. & Laura Sanders Coleman.)
JETT, Eveline, 10 Oct 1833 - 17 Oct 1859. "Wife Jefferson Jett; b. Caswell Co., N.C."
JEWELL, Charles Worthington, 11 Jan 1912 - 12 Dec 1990.
JEWELL, Sarah Ann Ridley, 5 Apr 1915 - 8 Jun 1993.
JOHNSON, I. A. "Ike", (Isom Andrew), 15 Dec 1840 - 31 Jul 1913. (Son Richard & Keziah Mangrum Johnson; Co. D, 19th Cav., C.S.A.)
JOHNSON, Martha Ann C., 24 Apr 1862 - 16 Feb 1941. (Nee: Cothran; 1st mar. a McKnight; 2nd mar. Ike A. Johnson.)
JOHNSON, Little Louise, 6 Mar 1901 - 27 Jun 1902.
JOHNSTON, Mary Delia, July 2000, "Most Deeply Loved, Little Ones to Him Belong"
JONES, Sarah Rachel Polk, 24 Jan 1835 - 12 Jun 1905. "Wife Robin AP C. Jones; dau. Lucius J. & Mary Ann Eastin Polk; "b. Hamilton Place, Ashwood; d. Woodstock, Nashville, Tenn." (w/o Robin A. Cadwallader Jones.)
KING, Cornelia Alexander, 26 Jan 1896 - 29 May 1989.
KING, Nobal Eugene, 5 Jun 1892 - 12 Sep 1959.
LAFFERTY, Paul Joseph, 22 Aug 1899 - 12 Nov 1975.
LAFFERTY, Eleanor Aucott, 9 Sep 1903 - 16 Jun 1976. (Nat. Penn.; dua. Frank & Lily Aucott; mar. 1922.)
LINDENBERGER, John Blackwell, 23 Mar 1902 - 30 Nov 1995.
LINDENBERGER, Virginia Gray, 15 May 1910 - 6 Aug 1991.
LITTLEFIELD, William, 1 Feb 1845 - 15 Sep 1899. (Corp. Co. C, 19th Tenn Cav., C.S.A.; wounded at Resaca; mar. Mary Polk Eastin on 24 Nov 1865.)
LITTLEFIELD, John Eastin, 30 Apr 1871 - 19 Mar 1955.
LITTLEFIELD, Mamie Fisher, 15 Nov 1874 - 11 Dec 1956.
LONG, Lemuel, 1827 - 1906. (Son Lemuel, Sr. & Tilda Lawrence Long.)
LONG, Martha P., 1838 - 1910. (Dau. Jerome B. Pillow; Wife Maj. Lemuel Long.)
LONG, Mann Dawson, 16 Jun, 1878 - 16 Nov 1908.
LONG, Cynthia B., 13 Jan 1868 - 22 Sep 1869. (Note: there are two stones, old one gives: Synthia....)
LONG, Mary P. 29 mar 1871 - 18 Aug 1879.
LONG, W. Bethell, 1878 - 1959. (Son Maj. Lemuel Long, Jr.; U.S. Congressman.)
LONG, Eunice Rawls, 1889 - 1984.
LYON, Chesney Hughes, 26 Mar 1901 - 26 May 1965.
MALONE, Joseph B., 14 Jul 1834 - 18 Aug 1849. 15-01-04.
MANSON, Clara Tunison, 6 Oct 1906 - 7 Mar 1982. Mother.
MALONE, Dr. William T., d. 15 Apr 2009 in Nashville, Tn. (Melrose Park, Illinois native; son of William D. Malone and Catherine Ripplinger Malone; 1956 grad of Cookeville Central High School; earned his DDS at University of Tennessee College of Dentistry in Memphis; Veteran U.S. Navy, dentist; mar. to Sue Haste Malone on 17 Jun 1961.)
MARKS, Clifford H., 1904 - 1964.
MARKS, Sarah K., 1907 - 1983.
MARSH, Lieut. John Henry, 1839 - 1864, of Hardeman Co., Tenn., Aide to Gen. Strahl. No dates given. C.S.A.
MARTIN, George W., 1 Feb 1808 - 19 Aug 1854. "b. Albemarle Co., Va."
MARTIN, Narcissa, 17 Jan 1811- 28 Apr 1883. (Sister of Gen Gideon Cranville Pillow & Col. Jerome Pillow.)
MARTIN, Thomas Granville, 27 Sep 1831 - 10 Aug 1912. (Son George W. & Narcissa Pillow Martin; Mar. 1st. Mary Mayes Wingfield & 2nd Larissa Kittrell; Co. A, 9th Tenn Cav., C.S.A.)
MARTIN, Larissa Kitrell, 3 May 1842 - 5 Sep 1904. "Wife of T.G. Martin." (d. Decatur, Ala.)
MARTIN, Narcissa Pillow, d. 27 Dec 1854. 08-03-01. "Dau. Geo. W. & Narcissa."
MARTIN, George S., 3 Jan 1840 - 23 Sep 1863.
MARTIN, John Branch, 8 Dec 1849 - 21 Dec 1905. (d. Memphis.)
MAXON, James Matthew, (1 JAN ) 1875 - (8 Nov) 1948. (Fourth Bishop of Tenn., Coadjutor Bishop, 1922 - 1935; Bishop, 1935 - 1947.)
MAXON, Blanch Morris, 1876 - 1973.
MAXON, Sgt. James Matthew, Jr., 1908 - 1941. (Sgt., R.C.A.F.; Served in Royal Canadian Air Force; killed in action. Memorial Inscription placed on father's tombstone.)
MAYFIELD, George Radford, Jr., 18 Aug 1927 - 21 Apr 2004.
McALISTER, Phillip Hasting, 7 Aug 1936 - 5 Aug 2004. (U. Marker photographed before stone set)
McALISTER, Sylvia K., (surviving spouse of Phillip Hasting McAlister)
McCLAIN, Iris Hopkins, 15 May 1900 - 19 Dec 1987. (87, nat. Houston Co.,; dau. Frank S. & Laura E. Knight Hopkins; wife Raymond Y McClain; mother of Mrs. Ted (Jill) Garrett. D.H., 21 Dec 1987.
McCLINCHEY, Frances, Inf. dau. W. & F.S., 4 Nov 1850.
McCLINCHEY, Lucius P., no dates.
McCLINCHEY, W. Lewis, 1860 - (30 Oct) 1941. (Son Wm. & Belle Ridley McClinchey.)
McDONALD, Martha Stewart Long. 1904 - 1983.
McKEE, Herbert A., 5 May 1902 - 14 Feb 1970. (Son Elijah Porter & Theofosia Caldwell McKee; State Hwy. Commissioner; Maj. U.S. Army, WWII.)
McKEE, Florence W., 8 Apr 1905 - -------. (Nee: Florence Wekliffe Woolley.)
McMURRAY, Lieut. Welborn S., 24 Nov 1843 - 25 Mar 1864. born in Columbia Tenn. (b. year may be 1813) Tombstone
Born in Columbus, Ga.: (C.S.A.)
MESTON, Robert of Co. Surry, England, d. 17 may 1856, age 45 years. "Erected by Andrew J. Polk."
MEYER, William H., 1909 - 1962. "Whose ashes hallow a garden in Houston, Texas."
MEYER, Helen Rumler, 1903 - 1972.
MINNIGAN, Sarah Jordan "Sally", 27 Jan 1924 - 3 Apr 2011. (Davidson Co. native; d/o late Hal R. Jordan and Mary Lipscomb Jordan; w/o Richard Donald Minnigan "Don", attended Ward-Belmont School and harpeth Hall School where she was a member of the 1st grad. class in 1952, attended Radcliffe College, Cambridge, Ma. leaving her sophomore year to mar. Lt. J.G. Richard Donald Minnigan of the US Navy; volunteer at Fannie Battle Day Home.)
MITCHELL, Baker Adams, 20 Sep 1908 - 25 Apr 1984. (Son of John T. & Maggie McGavock Mitchell, Sr.; Mar. Louise Biddle, 1934.)
NEAL, John R., Jr., 1962 - (5Apr) 1980. (Son John R. & Linda Morris Neal; nat. Knox Co.; killed in a shooting incident in Theta.)
NEWELL, Rev. Richard N., b. London, England, 30 Nov 1796, died Hamilton Place, Ashwood, Oct 8,1889. age 93 rector at St. John's for many years.
NORTHRUP, Susan B., 22 Sep 1878 - 30 Nov 1941. (d. Miami, Fl.; dau. Dr. & Mrs. Hyder Bedon.)
ORR, Ella Long, 16 Mar 1859 - 7 Jul 1890. "Wife M.J. Orr."
*ORR, Annie Long, 1862 - 1946.
OTEY, James Harvey, 27 Jan 1800 - 23 Apr 1863. "First Bishop of the Holy Catholic Church in Tennessee)
OTEY, Eliza Davis, 31 Mar. 1800 - 4 Jun 1861. "Wife of the Rev. James H. Otey; b. Oxford, N.C., d. Memphis, Tenn. Mother."
OTEY, Frances Jane, 23 Sep 1838 - 6 Feb 1848. "Dau. of James H. & Eliza D.)
OTEY, Sarah McGavock, 30 Jun 1830 - 28 May 1847. "Dau. of James & Eliza D." (Note: this name appears to be: Sara Otey McGavock.)
PANNIL, Mrs. Martha, d. 18 May 1842. 72-??-??.
PARMER, Joe, d. 21 Apr 1863. "Left grieving wife."
PECK, Virginia Lee "Jenny" Lewis, 24 Oct 1941 - 2 Jul 2011. (St. Louis, Missouri native; Beloved w/o Columbia native Myron K. Peck IV.; d/o Roy Terrell Lewis and Ruby Lee Quinn Lewis; registered nurse graduating from St. Luke Hospital School of Nursing in 1963, practiced nursing until 1965, in 1981 she returned to nursing retiring in 1994; avid genealogist, active in United Daughters of the Confederacy, serving as President of Missouri Division, Daughters of the American Revolution, the Manakin Huguenot Society and the Church of St. Michael and St. George, Episcopal in St. Louis.)
PERRY, Charles A., 24 Nov 1901 - 7 Nov 1984. (Nat. Wilson Co.; son John E. & Josephine Seay Perry.)
PERRY, Josephine K., 29 Apr 1907 - 12 Jan 1982. (Dau of Joseph H. & Lelia Bogle Kennedy; mar. Charles Perry on 27 Feb 1927.)
*PILANT, Dr. Vivian Bowie; died 29 Mar 2010. (Maury Co. native; b. in Columbia; d/o Wade Hampton Bowie, Sr. and Nora Clemens Bowie; 1959 grad. of Columbia Central High School; Bachelor of Science Degree (magna cum laude) from U.T. at Martin & Ph.D in Nutrition from U.T. Knoxville; mar. to Tom Pilant of S.C.; Dr. Pilant was a member of several professional organizations, including the American Dietetic Association, American School Food Service Association, and Society for Nutrition Education.
PILLOW, Mary Martin, 2 Apr 1812 - 4 Oct 1869. "Wife of Gideon J. Pillow.: (Gen.
Gideon Johnson Pillow, 8 Jun 1806 - 8 Oct 1878, buried in Elmwood Cem. Memphis Tn.) Photo of Mary / Photo of Gen. Gideon
PILLOW, George M., 17 Jul 1939 - 30 Aug 1872. (Son Gideon & Mary M. Pillow.)
POLK, John, d. 24 May 1845. age 78 years. (Revolutionary War soldier.) (Note:This box tomb was moved from the Polk Cemetery on Carter's Creek Pike.)
POLK, Elizabeth Anderson, d. 24 Nov, 1829, age 63, (Wife of John Polk)(Note:This box tomb was moved from the Polk Cemetery on Carter's Creek Pike.)
POLK,William J. (Julius), b. 21 Mar 1793 Mecklenburg Co., NC d. 27 Jun 1860 in Maury Co., TN., "Born Mecklenburg Co., N.C., died Maury Co., Tenn" s/o William POLk and Grizelda (GILCHRIST) POLK h/o Mary Rebecca A. (LONG) POLK
POLK, Mary Rebecca, 10 Mar 1797 - 20 Sep 1885. "Wife of Wm. J. Polk." (Dau. Lunsford & Rebecca Edwards Jones Long; Mar. 1 Jun 1818.)
POLK, Rowan, 10 Jan 1835 - 1 Apr 1844. "Son Wm. J. & Mary R.A."
POLK, Maria O., 17 Aug 1839 - 3 Apr 1840. "Dau. Wm. J. & Mary R.A."
POLK, Robin Ap. Wm., 3 Apr 1842 - 21 Nov 1848. "Son Wm. J. & Mary R.A."
POLK, Lucius Junius, 16 Mar 1802 - 3 Oct 1870. "Born Raleigh, N.C.; died Hamilton Place.",son of William POLK and Sarah Sophia (HAWKINS) POLK.
POLK, Mary Ann, 25 Jul 1810 - 1 Aug 1847. "Born Davidson Co., Tenn., died Hamilton Place." (d/o Willaim & Rachel jackson Donelson Eastin; w/o Lucius J. Polk (1802 - 1870.)
POLK, Frances Anne, 23 Feb 1823 - 28 May 1858. "Born Bedford Co., Tenn., died Hamilton Place."
POLK, Inf. twins of L. J. & M.A., d. 25 Mar. 1845.
POLK, Rufus King, b.15 Mar 1814 in Raleigh, Wake Co., NC d. 25 Feb 1846 in Nashville, Davidson Co., TN. s/o William POLK and Sarah Sophia (HAWKINS),husband of; Sarah Moore (JACKSON) POLK.
POLK, Sarah Moore, 29 Sep 1819 - 19 Jul 1888. (Nee: Jackson)
POLK, George W., 12 Jul 1817 - 8 Jan 1892. "Son William & Sarah; b. Raleigh, N.C.; built Rattle & Snap" (Note: Rattle & Snap is plantation with a beautiful antebellum house, on the Columbia-Mt. Pleasant Hwy.) (Son of William Polk and Sarah Sophia Hawkins Polk. He married Sally L. Hillard , Nov 24,1840.)
POLK, Sally L., 26 Nov 1819 - 2 Jul 1894. "Wife George W. & dau. Isaac & Mary M. Hilliard; b. Halifax Co., N.C."
POLK, Rufus K., 31 Oct 1843 - 27 Aug 1902. "Son George & Sally L.; Lieut. 10th Inf., C.S.A.; mar. to Margaret Phillips on 26 Apr 1881."
POLK, Salley Hawkins, 18 Jun 1845 - 18 Nov 1914. "Dau. of George W. & Sally L."
POLK, George B.M., 15 Dec 1848 - 25 Mar 1877. "Son George W. & Sally L.; b. Maury Co., Tenn." (George Brevard Mecklenburg Polk ; son of George Washington Polk and Salley L. Hillard Polk; died in New Orleans, Orleans Parish, LA. )
POLK, Leonidas, 9 Dec 1856 - 3 Apr 1859. "Son George W. & Sally L.; b. Maury Co., Tenn."
POLK, William Hawkins, 27 Jan 1859 - 26 Mar 1896. "Son of George W. & Sally L." (Mar. Mabel Vanderbogart.)
POLK, Thomas Gilchrist, 1825 - 1877. (Son Wm. J. & Mary Rebecca Long Polk.)
POLK, General Lucius Eugene, (10 Jul) 1833 - (1 Dec) 1892. (Son William J. & Mary Rebecca Long (POLK) POLK; b. in Salisbury, N.C.; Brig. Gen, C.S.A.)
POLK, Sally Moore, 1844 - 1925. (Dau. Rufus King & Sarah Moore Jackson.)
POLK, Maj. William, 1 Feb 1839 - 5 Apr 1906. "Maj. 48th Tenn Reg., C.S.A.", s/o Jucius Junius POLK Sr. and Mary Ann (EASTIN) POLK, h/o Rebecca (MAYES) POLK.
POLK, Rebecca, d. 30 Nov 1875 in Columbia, Tenn., age 26.
POLK, Two inf. sons of Leonidas & Frances, d. 1841.
POLK, George W., 1847 - 1924. (Son Lucius J. Polk; Capt in Texas Rangers; d. San Antonio, Texas.)
POLK, Andrew Jackson, 26 Sep 1850 - 28 Apr 1852, son of Andrew Jackson POLK Sr. and Rebecca (VAN LEER), d. Ashwood Hall."
POLK, Infant son of Andrew Jackson & Rebecca (VAN LEER), died 1846.
POLK, Kitty Kirkman, 18 Sep 1852 - 13 Feb 1857. "Dau of Andrew J. & Rebecca (VAN LEER); born Ashwood Hall; d. of Scarlet Fever."
POLK, Lucius J., 14 Aug 1854 - 30 Sep 1923. (Son Lucius J. & Anne E. Pope.)
POLK, Maria Beach, Jun 1860 - Jul 1860, (d/o Alexander Hamilton POLK Sr. and Emily N. (BEACH) POLK)
POLK, Sarah M., 1864 - 1865.
POLK, ???, daughter of W E? & ??, Aug? 3, 1865 - Aug 11, 1866
POLK, Cleora L., 28 Aug 1866 - 15 Jul 1867. 00-10-08. "Dau. Cadwallader & Carrie."
POLK, Capt. Lucius Eugene,Jr., 23 Mar. 1870 - 18 May 1904. (Son Gen. Lucius E. & Sally Polk; "Co D 43rd Reg USA", Spanish Am. War in Cuba & Philippines; mar. Blanche Clements.)
POLK, James Knox, 14 Jan 1882 - 13 Feb 1912. (d. Paris, Tx., Sergeant-at-arms, House of Rep. of Texas.)
POLK, Katie J., 13 Jan 1887 - 23 Jan 1888. "Dau. George W. & Jane." (b. in Maury Co., Tn.; dau/o George Washington Polk Sr. and Jane Kate (Jackson) Polk)
POLK, Daisy Cantrell, 29 Jul 1890 - 21 Jan 1982, (D.A.R.), born Littlt Rock, Pulaski Co., AR. 
POLK, Ellen Harrell, 15 Mar 1893 - 10 May 1895. "Dau. of Lucius J. & Daisy C.) born in Little Rock, Pulaski County, Ark.
POLK, Eliza Eastin, d. Nashville, Tenn., 3 Jul 1897.
POLK, William Glass, 28 Jul 1912 - 15 May 1975.
POLK, Betsey, 1807 - 1862. (Stone badly weathered.)
POLK, Mary Lindsey, 4 Dec 1908 - 25 May 2001.
?????. Mamie Sue, d. 24 Jan 1873. "Faithful to every trust, the tender loving nurse of the eleven children of George W. & Sally L. Polk."
?????, Calvin, died 1913. "A slave faithful & devoted through five generations."
PORTER, Hanna, "widow, negro, born 10 Sep 1840 in Tenn. died 6 Apr 1930, bur. St. John's; dau. Jack Anderson & Caroline Fitzgerald." (D.R.)
PORTER, Lillian McGavock, 12 Aug 1909 - 18 Jul 1994.
PORTER, Cheairs Mayes, 12 Jun 1906 - 14 Jun 1986.
PURVIS, George Edward, 21 Sep 1836 - 3 Apr 1908.
PURVIS, Susie Eastin, 19 Jul 1853 - 4 Mar 1923.
RICHARDS, C. Lester, 24 Aug 1916. (no other dates).
RICHARDS, Laurie M. Butts, 17 Dec 1923 - 22 May 1991.
RICHARDS / BARBINI Headstone
RIDLEY, Willis, 29 Sep 1786 - 5 Oct 1834.
RIDLEY, Mary Webb, 17 Sep 1792 - 23 Jan 1852. "Wife of Willis Ridley."
RIDLEY, William, 23 Aug 1815 - 30 Sep 1839. "Son Willis & Mary W."
ROBINSON, Francis, 1910 - 1980. "Tour Director, 1948-1980. Assistant manager, 1952-1976, Metropolitan Opera."
ROCHE, Amanda Paine, 31 Jul 1813 - 14 Oct 1855. "Wife of Francis G. Roche; b. in Roxboro, N.C.;' married 4 Dec 1834; d. in Memphis, Tenn.; bur 4 Dec 1855."
ROCHE, Kate Paine, 4 Apr 1844 - 29 Sep 1855. "Dau. Francis G. & Amanda Paine."
ROCHE, Edward Paine, 15 Jan 1836 - 21 Jul 1841.(child of Francis Gurney & Amanda P.)
ROCHE, James Paine, 1 may 1840 - 19 Jul 1841.(child of Francis Gurney & Amanda P.)
ROCHE, Robert Paine, 2 Jan 1846 - 2 Sep 1847.(child of Francis Gurney & Amanda P.)
ROCHE, Frank Gurney, 2 Sep 1849 - 8 May 1851. (child of Francis Gurney & Amanda P.)
RUSSELL, Julia Ann, 12 Sep 1860 - 19 Sep 1860.
ROSS, Luke Williams, 11 Oct 1955 - 20 Jan 2003. (Maury Co. native; son William M. Ross & Mrs. Jane Williams Kay; Columbia Military Academy, graduate Battle Ground Academy in 1973; U.S. Coast Guard.)
RYAN, Thorton Adkinson, 20 May 1920 - 18 May 2000. "LTCDR USNR----R"
RYAN, Mary Edwin Walker, 13 Jul 1914 - 9 Jan 1998.
SEYMORE, J.A., 17 Feb 1837 - 21 Nov 1864. "Barker's Co., Forrest's Old Reg., C.S.A.; d. Fayette Co."(Do you still have this one?)
SHARP, Homer Stroud, 24 Aug 1919 - 4 Oct 1961. (Arkansas, Sgt 531 Fighter Sq., AAF, WWII.)
SHARPTON, Elizabeth Halsey "Punkin", Inf. dau of Mike & Betty Sharpton, 25 Jul 1984.
SHEEGOG, Edward, b. Ireland, 10 May 1810 - 14 Nov 1893. (Son John & Susan White Sheegog of Ireland.)
SHEEGOG, Martha Louise, 15 Oct 1821 - 17 Dec 1847. "Wife of Edward Sheegog." (Dau. Masterson & Mary Moore McCormack.)
SHEEGOG, Jane, 4 Dec 1847 - 27 Dec 1847. "Dau. Ed & M.L."
SIMPKINS, Dr. Carl N. Jr., 3 Mar 1922 - 27 May 2011. (Atlanta, Ga. native; s/o late Nellie Estelle Patrick and Carl Newton Simpkins, Sr.; grad. of Boys' High in Atlanta and University of Georgia in Athens; Veteran WWII, U.S. Navy, France and in the Pacific, Vietnam on Hospital ship, USS Sanctuary; he also served on the Disability Board of the U.S. Navy Surgeon General's Office in Washington, D.C.; award numerous medals, retired career Naval surgeon; after service in the war he grad. from Medical College of Georgia in Augusta and rejoined the U.S. Navy, board certified in thoracic surgery and general surgery; h/o Dorothy Ann McKee Simpkins; preceded in death by brother Edward Simpkins and sister, Dorothy Sosnin.) Photo
SIMS, Catherine B., 14 Oct 1948 - 8 Aug 1986. (Dau. James & Catherine Railford Barnett; wife Ron Sims.)
SMITH, Ronnie Wayne, 16 May 1956 - 8 Oct 1993.
SMITH, Mary, 1771 - 7 Jun 1836. "Dau. James & Mary Downery; b. Granville Co., N.C.; mar. James W. Smith, 15 Dec 1791; moved to Ten. in 1810; d. at her daughters, Mary W. Ridley, Maury Co., Tenn."
TANTARIS, Ilalouise, 28 May 1944 - 20 Dec 1990.
STEMPFEL, Ellen Howard, 12 Oct 1906 - 7 Oct 1986. (daughter of William Davis Felder (1870-1938) and Pearl Milam Felder (1875-1935)  of Texas, 1st. Married to Laurence Branch Howard and 2nd to Robert Seigfreid Stempfel. Ref: to 1st hus. Mary Echols, Ref to 2nd hus. Christie Stempfel Kinnaird.)
*STREET, Susan K., 9 Mar 1956 - 22 Mar 2010. (Clinton, Tn. native; d/o Margaret Brothers Thompson and late Samuel Asbury Thompson Jr..)
THOMAS, (Hon.) James Houston, b. N.C., 22 Sep 1808 - 4 Aug 1876.

THOMAS, Margaret Meeds, 10 Dec 1810 - 12 Aug 1849. "Wife of James H. Thomas; Dau. of Rev Daniel Stevens, D.D."
THOMAS, Charles Stephens,Jr., 26 Nov 1925 - 9 Dec 1997, CPL US Army Air Forces, WWII
THOMAS, Avarillia, 1828 - 1917.
THOMAS, Nancy Bishop, 22 Sep 1924. (no other dates.)
THOMPSON, Samuel A. Jr., 25 Jun 1918 - 19 Sep 1998.
THOMPSON, Ora Webber Graham, d. 29 Nov 2007. (Memphis, Tn. native; d/o late Ralph Graham & Ora Webber Graham; w/o Joe Frank Thompson who died 13 Jan 1975; preceded in death by dau. Margaret Anne Thompson Dean, sisters, Elizabeth Viner & Lorena Hurst, bros. Joseph and Ralph Graham.)
THRASHER, Thomas Robinson, Priest, 1909 - (9 Jan) 1971. (Rector St. Peter's 1938 - 1943.)
THRASHER, Anna Patton, 1905 - 1968.
TRABUE, Thomas Malone, 15 Aug 1912 - 18 Oct 1983. "Son of Charles Clay & Julia malone Trabue; mar. Miss Martha Billington on 6 Oct 1934 in Nashville; awarded Purple Heart for service in 29th Div. Inf., WWII."
TRABUE, Martha Billington, 11 Sep 1914 - 25 May 1997,
"Dau of Roy Wallace & Polly Prichard Billington, m. to Thomas Malone Trabue 10/6/1934, Nashville TN
TRABUE, Thomas Malone, III., 7 Apr 1966 - 7 Oct 1984. "Son of Thomas Malone, Jr. & Evelyn Klaus Trabue; b. New Orleans, La.; d. Nashville, Tenn."
TRACY, Thomas Daniel, 26 Oct 1913 - 9 Sep 1984. Father.
TRACY, Jane Ouellette, 31 Jan 1916 - 22 Dec 1998. Mother.
TRACY, William Ernest, 2 Apr 1957 - 14 Aug 1978.
TROTTER, Edna Carson Cathey, 28 Feb 1898 - 18 May 1986. (Daughters of the American Revolution emblem on ts.)
VANDER HORST, John, 10 Jan 1912 - 19 Apr 1980. "7th Bishop of the Diocese of Tennessee."
WADE, Annie Brown, 10 Nov 1880 - 6 Nov 1881. "Dau. D.F. & Annie P."
WEAVER, Anna Marie Bell, 11 Sep 1900 - 20 Jun 1983.
WEBSTER, Hugh Lee (Judge), 1888 - 1962.
WEBSTER, Delia Arnold, 1893 - 16 Nov 1986. (Nat. Miss.; wife Judge Hugh Lee Webster.)
WEBSTER, William Jonathan "Billy", 31 Aug 1916 - 9 Mar 1977. (1st Sgt, USArmy, WWII.)
WEBSTER, Hugh Lee, Jr., (26 Aug) 1918 - (29 Aug) 1935. (Son Hugh Lee & Delia Arnold Webster; killed in auto accident.)
WEBSTER, Natalie Arnold, 1929 - 1934.
WELLS, Olivia Morris "Libby", 24 Mar 1959 - 8 Jan 1979. (Dau. Larry & Judy Hendley Wells.)
WHARTON, Anne Louise, 1885 - (27 Sep) 1973.
WHELCHEL, Clarence Anthony, 9 Sep 1899 - 4 Nov 1972.
WHELCHEL, Sibyl E. Aiken, 13 Sep 1900 - 17 Apr 1985.
WHITESIDE, Joseph L., 27 Jul 1914 - 22 Sep 2010. (Oxford, Al. native; s/o late Joseph Lister Whiteside Sr., and Eloise Orr Whiteside; degree in Chemical engineering from Auburn University in 1936 and worked for Monsanto Chemical Co. for 38 yrs.; Veteran U.S. Army, European Theatre from 1942 - 1946; awarded three Battle Stars, the Bronze Star and Purple Heart; Aug. 1946 he married Mary Jane Yeatman she died 14 Apr 2001.
WRIGHT, Malbern Hill, 10 Sep 1888 - 4 Aug 1959. "b. Augusta, Ga., d. Nashville, Tenn."
WRIGHT, Anna Turner Sheegog, 24 Nov 1892 - 5 Jan 1983. "Born near Columbia, Tenn., d. Nashville."

YEATMAN, Henry C., 22 Sep 1831 - 1 Aug 1910. "b. Nashville, d. Hamilton Place." (Colonel, C.S.A.) Photo
YEATMAN, Mary B., 25 Mar 1835 - 27 Mar 1890. "Wife Henry Co. Yeatman; b. Maury Co., d. Hamilton Place."
YEATMAN, Russell H., 28 Apr 1869 - 16 Apr 1893. "Son Henry C. & Mary B.; d. Hamilton Place."
YEATMAN, Trezevant Player, 13 Oct 1871 - 14 Apr 1959. (Son Henry Clay & Mary Brown Polk Yeatman; Married Mary Eastin Wharton; d. Hamilton Place.)
YEATMAN, Mary Wharton, 5 May 1883 - 22 Mar 1970. (Wife of Trezevant P. Yeatman.)
YEATMAN, Jenny Bell, 3 Mar 1874 - 3 Aug 1957. "Dau. Henry C. & Mary B."
YEATMAN, Lucia Polk, 7 Aug 1877 - 2 May 1908. "Dau. Mary B. & Henry C."
YEATMAN, Harry Jr., 2 Mar 18.. - 20 Dec 189.. (Stone shaled badly; b. 1868, d. 1897.
YOUNG, Sherron Long, 8 Sep 1839 - 26 May 1855. "Son Julia & Cager."
YOUNG, Elizabeth Ann Maury, 25 Feb 1916 - 1 Nov 2003. "Mama Ann"
YOUNG, Richard Maury, 20 Jan 1947 - 12 Nov 2002. (Temple, Bell Co. Tx. native; s/o Dr. Tom Young: h/o Linda Young.)
YOUNG, Thomas Ray Young, Jr. MD, 1913 - no other date
YOUNG, Thomas William, 1943 - 1996.
YOUNG, Robert B., 1828 - 1864. "Lt. Co. Co. S. 10t Texas Infantry C.S.A.", Killed Franklin, Tenn., 30 Nov 1864.


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