WEBSTER CEMETERY, HAMPSHIRE
PIKE, MAURY COUNTY TENNESSEE
Another showing nearest to us the Jossey Family memorials then Mrs Mary Macon box tomb then the three box tombs of the McGimsey family.
Jossey family memorials lined up north (our right to left) to south James (father) Wm. Walker (son) and Nancy Coleman (mother & wife)
JOSSEY, Nancy Coleman, 27
May 1792 - 16 Jan 1873. (wife of James Jossey)
The reflections of the rays of the sunshine caught this one perfectly readable.
This memorial is surrounded by fallen leaves from a giant Southern Magnolia Tree overhead which flushed the mornings rays of the southeastern sky onto the face of this memorial. [WA 1 Nov 2008]
I suppose I have been chided a little by some for making too much of who is buried where. This is in fairness to most of our religions that say: "They perhaps are not here." We study genealogy concerned with the remains to find where they finished their lives and where ultimately they were laid to rest whether the soul is here or not. In most cases they lived close by and that is a study for genealogist and historians to ponder & solve based on this information.
Photo and info by Wayne Austin 28 Oct 2008.
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