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TINDELL-POLLARD CEMETERY, Tindall Lane, MAURY COUNTY, TENNESSEE 
(known as the Pollard Cemetery on national maps.)

Mapping the location 


HUNTER, C. S., 08 Jun 1824 - 28 Oct 1849. "Wife of J. H. Hunter"
HUNTER, E. T.,
06 Sep 1840 - 08 Aug 1848. "Daughter of J.H. & C.S. Hunter"
HUNTER, V. C.,
21 Jul 1845 - 19 Aug 1850. "Daughter of J.H. & C.S. Hunter"
POLLARD, Isaac Clark,
died 1 Jul 1840. "Son of George W. & Mary Jane S. Pollard."
TINDELL, John B.,
16 Jun 1815 - 25 Jul 1840, eldest son of N. B. & Elizabeth Tindell. (N.B. & Elizabeth Tindall are interred in the Zion Churchyard Cemetery)

This cemetery is enclosed in a low rock wall and has been allowed to grow up badly in bushes and weeds. All of the graves are covered by box tombs. See Zion Cemetery listing for other members of these families. Some graves that were originally here were later moved to Zion.
I was told by Paul Gibson that years ago the graves of several graves were moved to Zion Cemetery from here but that none of the tombstones were moved. This cannot be verified by the Zion Church listings assuming those records are complete. There are no duplicate listings.  

Not visited  by Wayne Austin, added to this site 20 Sep 2010. Sources: Listed Maury County Cemeteries, by Fred Lee Hawkins Jr. & Mrs Leroy Gibson 27 Sep 1987, page 653, Vol II Also Listed in They Passed this Way by Marise P. Lightfoot & Evelyn B. Shackelford., page A-159 abt 1963.