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Greenwood Cemetery, Columbia Tennessee
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ALDERSON, John S., 16 Jan 1772 - 29 May 1824. aged 52 years. "Native of Virginia"
ALDERSON, Sarah, 5 Dec 1768 - 5 Mar 1854
ALDERSON, Taswell S., Esq., 2 Nov 1802 - 24 Aug 1842.
ALDERSON, Lucy P., 2 Oct 1802 - 11 Jan 1884.

ALDERSON, Emaline B.
, 22 Nov 1811 - 29 Oct 1875. (Born in Lunenburg Co., Va.; unmarried.)
ALDERSON, Harkwell
, 4 Dec 1817 - 5 Sep 1843.
ALDERSON, Isaac Newton, 3 Feb 1828 - 18 Nov 1828.
ALDERSON, John Wickliff, 14 Nov 1830 - 3 Mar 1868.
ALDERSON, John Bacon, 15 Mar 1841 - 7 Dec 1843. (02-08-13.)
ALEXANDER, John, of Stark Co., Ohio, died Columbia, Tenn. 11 Apr 1851, aged about 96 years. (John's age at the time of his death was actually 96 hough some have reported it as 16 in the past. Ref: e-mail to Mary Bob from goldenthreads Findagrave member 47563445 ) (Box tomb)
ALFORD, Monroe, 25 May 1837 - 14 Dec 1904. C.S.A.
AMENT, William Henry, 23 Jan 1850 - 7 Jan 1852. "Son of J.M. and M.E."
ARMSTRONG, Mrs. Maria A., 18 Sep 1802 - 12 Jul 1855. Wife of Elias J. Armstrong.)
ASHTON, Jessie, 23 Aug 1849 - 2 Feb 1881.
?????????, Little Mable, 2 Dec 1880 - 7 Sep 1885. (Beside the grave of Jessie Ashton.)
AYDELOTT, Austin Petway, 21 Sep 1871 - 31 Jul 1892. (Son of A.F. Aydelotte.)
AYDELOTT, Herbert Jones, 17 Feb 1876 - 20 Apr 1899. (Son of W.C. Aydelotte; killed in R.R. Accident.)
BAILEY, Augustus D., 10 Mar 1813 - 22 Feb 1844. 30-11-12.
BAILEY, Mary E., d. 20 Sep 1841. 1 yr., 2 days. "Dau. A.D. & E.N. Bailey."
BARR, Isaac, 26 Sep 1771 - ----???---.
BARR, Elizabeth, 6 Mar 1783 - 16 Sep 1853. "Wife of Isaac Barr."
BARR, Caroline, 1822 - 10 Jan 1844. "Wife of I.C. Barr"
BARR, Saloma K., 18 Jul 1853 - 13 Sep 1853. "Dau. M.S. & S.K. Barr."
?????, three small graves beside Caroline Barr.
BATES, Nancy E., 1 Nov 1830 - 23 Feb 1859. 28-03-23. "Consort of James W. Bates;' dau. Samuel and Elizabeth Paul."
BATLE, James N.M., d. 5 Aug 1828. Age 2 years. (Found; footstone with "J.N.M.B.")
BEASLEY, Esau, 6 Mar 1810 - 30 Apr 1845.
BELL, Mary Eliza, no dates. (Child's grave.)
BOON, Joseph, and four other children of Jefferson & Shearer Boon, no dates.
BOSTICK, John Hardin, 16 Jul 1830 - 7 Apr 1833. 02-08-20. "Son Absalom & Mary G.; b. Williamson Co., Tenn." (Box tomb.)
BOYD, Laird B., 10 Mar 1775 - 30 Jan 1843. 67-10-21. (Signed petition for county organization.) #05-8586
BOYD, Louis A.C., 29 May 1809 - 30 Sep 1814. 05-04-01. 
BOYD, Lucinda M., 7 Dec 1810 - 22 Oct 1811. 00-10-15.
BOYD, Betsey Ann, 18 Feb 1814 - 6 Sep 1816. 02-07-06. (Top of this small box tomb broken into pieces.)
BRADSHAW, Mary A.G., 19 Nov 1817 - 25 Nov 1848. 31-00-05. "Wife of Americus Bradshaw." (Dau. David & Sarah A. Martin.)

BRADSHAW, William D., 24 Jul 1840 - 2 Dec 1851. "Son of Americus & Mary A. Bradshaw."
BRANTLEY, Mary, 2 Jun 1793 - 2 Oct 1851. "Wife of Harris Brantley."
BRANTLEY, Thomas R., 22 Apr 1820 - 29 Feb 1848.
BRANTLEY, Joseph H., 19 Aug 1828 - 27 Jun 1847.
BRANTLEY, Mary E., 4 Sep 1832 - 17 May 1845.
BROWN, Widow Jane, Commemorative marker placed beside the old shaled slab, which was moved from Brown Cemetery on Lytle's Creek. See listing for that cemetery for the inscription.
BROWN, Dr. Thomas, b. (26 Sep 1788) - d. 12 Aug 1824. "Native of N.C." (Wilkes Co., N.C.; mar. Elizabeth Kerby 24 Mar 1810 in Wilkes Co., N.C.; "mentioned in, Chapter VIII, Maury Co. Physicians, by William A. Smith; Dr. Thomas Brown was born in Wilkes Co., near Wilkesboro, N.C. about the year 1784. Educated at the college in Greenville, Tn., he moved to Maury Co. about the year 1814. His medical studios were prosecuted in the medical department of the Pennyslvania University at Philadelphia and on coming to Tennessee he entered upon an extensive practice, which was continued for twenty years in this county, and was terminated only by his death. He died of cholera in 1824. Ref: e-mail from Nancy Stonebraker Nanellen36@gmail.com; Box tomb.)
BROWN, Eliza, 17 Jan 1801 - 19 Feb 1844. " Wife of Thomas Brown." (Dau. James M. & Mary B. Lewis; victim of black tongue epidemic, see not after Gregory Cemetery entry. Box tomb).
BROWN, Hamilton, 24 Feb 1829 - 4 Apr 1838. "Son Dr. Thomas & Eliza Brown." (Box tomb, top broken.)
BROWN, (Thomas), 22 (Dec) 1833 - 10 Apr 1838. (Child).
BROWN, Margaret, d. 22 Feb 1811. "Native of N.C." (Box tomb. Top broken.)
BROWN, Daniel C., 10 Jan 1804 - 8 Jul 1840. Mason.
BROWN, Susan S., d. 13 May 1869. About 66 yrs. "Wife of Daniel C. Brown." (Tall shaft.)
BROWN, Prissilla, 20 Aug 1838 - 7 Feb 1853. (Tall shaft.)
BROWN, Children of Daniel C. & Susan S. Brown: Daniel C., William C., James C., Charlotte C., Robert L.C., and Mary E. Thompson, Also Susan J. Caperton.
BURCKHER, Joseph, 14 Nov 1796 - 13 May 1845.
BURGES, Sarah D., 31 Dec 1817 - 8 Jul 1861. "Wife of Thomas Burges."
BURGES, ..............., 1 Mar 1857 - 30 Dec 1863. "Dau. Elizabeth Burges."
BURNS, Mrs. Ann, 13 Apr 1763 - 6 Apr 1834. 71 years. 'Native of N.C.'
BYNUM, Joseph Wingfield, 24 Apr 1839 - 9 Dec 1861. "Embraced religion 1856, joined M.E. church, 1858. Graduated Wesylean Florence University, 1859. Graduated Lebanon Law School, obtained license for practice of law 1860. At death, Vice-Pres. Y.M.C.A.: (Co. H, lst Tenn Inf., C.S.A.; killed Old Millboro, Va.; MCTC).
B.............., "Sacred to memory of.....HELIA JOSEPHINE ...ANT, Infant Daughter of ....F. and J.W.B., born or ......and died....20th of .... .... .... of 1842." (This tall monument badly shaled and almost unreadable.)
CAIN, S. S., 9 Jan 1803 - 30 Oct 1877 Age 74 yrs.
CAIN, Elizabeth, 5 Sep 1807 - 20 Nov 1896. (89-02-15).
CAMERON, Mrs. Nancy S., 25 Mar 1813 - 9 Mar 1845, married 26 Jul 1832, "Wife of Wm. D. Cameron; b. Davidson Co., N.C. "
CAMERON, William W., 24 Jun 1839 - 28 Jul 1840. (Broken.)
CAMERON, 2 children.
CAMPBELL, Sarah E., 29 Aug 1835 - 24 Jul 1836. "Dau. of David & Elizabeth Campbell."
CAMPBELL, Sallie, 25 Jul 1861. 20 months. "Dau. Benjamin & Lucretia Campbell."
CAMPBELL, Davy S. servent of Robert Campbell, d. 1 Oct 1855. Age 70 years.
CANE, Alford, 1842 - 1857. "Son of Jenny Cane."
CAPERTON, Susan J., 23 Apr 1835 - 10 Aug 1853. (tall shaft), (Same stone with Prissilla Brown, et. al.)
CARUTHERS, Madison Jr., 26 May 1825 - 20 Aug 1826. 15 mos.
CHAFFIN, Edward H., 30 Aug 1791 - 6 Nov 1856. War 1812.(son of Jesse & Henrietta Hatchett Chaffin of Va.)
CHAFFIN, Ruth M., d. 12 May 1847 - 56 yrs. "Wife & Mother." (Nee Davidson; Widow, Dr. Abraham Whiteside.)
CHAFFIN, Nathan A., 3 Apr 1819 - 24 Jul 1845.
CHAFFIN, Mrs. Phebe, dates shaled away. 89 yrs.
CHAFFIN, Randall, servant of E.H. Chaffin, d. 28 Feb 1848 aged about 43 or 44 years.
CHERRY, Jeremiah, 1 Apr 1766 - 29 Jan 1821. (Opened early tavern in Columbia in 1808; Constable during War of 1812.)
CHERRY, Mary (Polly), 12 Jan 1766 - 15 May 1832.(wife of Jeremiah Cherry)
CHERRY, Kenneth, d. 24 Dec 1828 - 39 yrs, of age. (Son of Jeremiah & Polly Cherry.)
CHERRY, Jeremiah, 27 Oct 1797 - 22 Oct 1855. 58 yrs. (son of Jeremiah & Polly Cherry; Early postmaster.
CHERRY, Mary R., 22 Oct 1802 - 14 Mar 1887. (Nee Cooper; married Jeremiah Cherry in 1819.)
CHERRY, William, 14 Oct 1820 - 5 Oct 1821. (Son Jeremiah & Polly Cherry).
CHERRY, Joseph Alfred, no dates. (Child).
CHERRY, Jeremiah W., 12 Jan 1826 - 16 Apr 1848.
CHERRY, Pleasant N., 6 Dec 1827 - 23 Jun 1848.
CHERRY, James P., 2 Jan 1830 - 22 May 1862. (C.S.A.)
CHERRY, Thomas S., 9 Jan 1838 - 30 Mar 1884. (Co. B, 2nd Tenn Inf., C.S.A.; son Jeremiah & Mary B. Cherry)
CHERRY, Dempsey, 1 Apr 1802 - 29 Apr 1849. 47-00-28. "He professed faith in Christ, 7 Apr 1838, continued with the Baptist exhorting services...until his death."
CHERRY, Eliza Ann, d. 24 Oct 1835. (Child)
CHUMBLEY, Henry C., 24 Dec 1849 - 5 Aug 1851. "Son of John & Virginia Chumbley."
COCKRELL, Granville, no dates. (1868, Canoe overturned, drowned; "Painted head plank cross"--listed by Smith.)
COHEA, Perry, d. 26 Jun 1821 - (Early Columbia lot purchaser; Opened ordinary in 1808.)
COHEA, Martha, 2 Jun 1784 - 26 Jul 1821. (37-01-??). "Consort of Perry Cohea."
COHEA, James Calvin, 5 Sep 1819 - 30 Nov 1819. "Son of Perry Cohea."
COHEA, Mary, 3 Jul 1798 - 2 Aug 1822. (Dau. Perry & Martha Cohea; Stone broken.)
COLLINS, Margaret, Feb 1835 - 21 Jul 1858. "Wife of L. Collins."
COLLINS, Mary O., 10 Jul 1841 - 12 Feb 1848.
COLQITT, Joseph Hobson, 12 May (1849) - 2 Jul 1849. "Son of Wm. L. & Lucy E."
COLQUETT, Thomas Ludwell, 28 Sep - 17 Oct 1842. "Inf. son W.L. & L.E."
COLQUITT, John Wesley, 1 Jun 1838 - 3 Dec 1858. "Son of Wm. L. & Lucy E."
COLQUITT, Lucy Virginia, 21 Jul 1852 - 17 Oct 1857. "Dau of W.L. & L.E." (Note: this is a good example of errors in name spelling. Four children of one family with three ways of spelling their surname.)
COLTART: ............, ..........Scotland who ............, Mason. (Coltart, William, native of Scotland, 1787 - 1822 killed, Duck River Bridge construction.)
CONNELLY, John M., 14 Jun 1837 - 16 Aug 1880.
CONNELLY, William C., 28 Feb 1876 - 5 Sep 1881. "Son of J.M. & M.E. Connelly."
CRAWFORD, Nancy A., 8 Oct 1821 - 22 Feb 1844. (22-04-14.) "Consort of William Crawford."
CRAWFORD?, Sallie?, 27 Jun 1863 - 17 Jun 189_  Difficult to read stone.
CUFFEE, Mrs. Rebecca, 1 Mar 1848 - Age 65.
DALE, Edward W. (Washington), 20 Nov 1790 -  7 Jul 1840 (Box tomb.) source: William A. Martin, wamy2k@comcast.net 1st Cousin 5 times removed, William was raised in Columbia, now living in Nashville.
DALE, Ann Lewis, died 13 Feb 1829, Aged 32 years. "Consort of E.W. Dale." (Nee Moore; box tomb.)
DALE, Thomas Smith, 18 Dec 1808 - 1 Nov 1846.
DALE, Edward W., 15 Oct - 26 Dec 1825. "Son E.W. & A.L."
DAVIS, Benjamin, 28 Jul 1778 - 22 Nov 1845.
DAVIS, Mary, 31 Mar 1784 - 25 Mar 1859. (74-11-24.) "Consort of Benjamin Davis." (Nee Johnson.)
DAVIS, Rev. William, 1810 - 27 Sep 1842. (Minister, Cumberland Presbyterian Church; l.0.0.F.
DAVIS, Samuel Crockett, _ _ Dec 18_ _ - 6 Sep 1819?
DILLON, Frances A., 7 Nov 1802 - 20 Jul 1883. 81 years. "Born Lunenburg Co., Va." (Nee Frances America Alderson; Wife Charles R. Dillon.)
DILLON, Thomas D., 4 Feb 1803 - 21 May 1837. 34-03-08.
DILLON, Charlie R., 26 Jun 1824 - 15 May 1877. Mason. "Son C.R. & F.A."
DILLON, Sarah Matilda, 20 Nov 1830 - 30 Dec 1834. "Daughter of C.R. & Francis A."
DILLON, William Tilman, 22 Sep 1820 - 17 Aug 1865. (l.0.0.F.)
DILLON, Tazwell G., 31 Aug 1822 - 4 May 1856.
DILLON, John M., 8 Apr 1838 - 22 Nov 1904. (Son of Charles & Frances A. Alderson Dillon; Co. B, 2nd Tenn. Inf., C.S.A.; d. in Old Soldier's Home.)
DILLON, Annie, 1 Apr 1861 - 28 Apr 1880, "Colored" #05-8595

DODSON, George B., 28 Mar 1831 - 7 Feb 1880. (Stone broken)
DODSON, Mahala Susan, 21 Nov 1833 - 21 May 1860. "Wife of Geo. B. Dodson."
DOLE, Thos. Smith, 18 Dec 1808 - 1 Nov 1846.
DOUGLASS, H.R.E., 8 Feb - 2 Jul 1848. 00-04-24. "Dau. of Thos. & Elen Douglas."
DUKE, Nancy, 10 May 1831 - 6 Jul 1893. Mother. (Beside this is base for large monument. Stone gone.)
DUKE, Sallie Ophelia, 23 May 1865 - 20 Apr 1893.
DUKE, Mattie Ellen, 7 Oct 1874 - 12 Nov 1922. "Dau. of W.E. & Ellen Duke."
DUNCAN, Emily L., 27 Oct 1806 - 28 Feb 1835. "Consort of Lemuel N. Duncan." (Box tomb, top broken.)
DUNCAN, Lemuel N., 5 Mar 1820 - 12 Jan 1843.
DURANT, Helen M., d. 8 Aug 1826. Age 13 months.
D..............., footstone: S.C.D.
EAST, Alexander J., 10 Feb 1842 - 27 Jul 1853. "Son of T. & M.E. East."
EAST, R.E., 12 Aug 1844 - 12 Dec 1847. "Son of Thomas & M.E. East."
EDMONDSON, Ann Scott, d. 23 Jun 1819. 19 years of age. "Consort of A.J. Edmondson." ( Box tomb. )
ELMORE, Thomas, 15 Nov 1817 - 15 Feb 1872. 55 years. (Stone broken and dislocated.)
ESTES, Chesley, 13 Oct 1762 - 14 May 1837. "Native of Virginia."
ESTES, Susan, 25 Jan 1767 - 30 Dec 1852. "Wife of Bartlett Estes; born Lunenburg Co., Virginia."
ESTES, Mrs. Martha A., 16 Jun 1813 - 12 Jul 1847. 34-06-26. "Consort of Wm. I.A. Estes."
ESTES, Mrs. Virginia Avery, 11 Nov 1817 - 20 Dec 1842. 25-01-09. "Consort of Alston Bacon Estes."
ESTES, William Chesley, 8 Mar 1819 - 31 Aug 1842.
ESTES, Thomas, 26 May 1836 - 4 Oct 1837. 01-01-05. "Son of Henderson & Martha Estes." #05-8573
FERGUSON, Jane, 1 May 1821 - 31 Oct 1845. 34-06-00. "Consort of A. Ferguson." (Box tomb).
FLY, Maria W., 6 Jan 1817 - 2 Aug 1873. "Wife W.H. Fly."
FOLSOM, Charles O., d. 2 Mar 1851. 9-2-14. "Son D. & M.H."
FRANKLIN, Mrs. Sarah Alston, 21 Sep 1784 - 18 Apr 1862. 67-06-18. "Consort of Col. P.D. Franklin." (Dau. of Green Williamson.)
FRANKLIN, Alfred, 1 Oct 1860 - 12 Jan 1861. "Inf. son of Gerard & Hagar Franklin."
FRIERSON, Eliza M., 18 Aug 1811 - 10 Mar 1889. "Wife of S. Wickliffe Frierson."
FULTON, James, d. 30 Dec 1825. (Stone broken)
FULTON, Archibald, d. 10 Apr 1826.
F.............., FOOTSTONE: "L. F."
GAMBLIN, Andrew Lemuel, who was born the _ _th April 1830 and departed this life the 2nd of _ _ #05-8610
GAMBLIN, J.W. (Col), 10 Jul 1815 (or 1811) - 25 Jul 1849. #05-8609
GAMBLIN, James Washington, Jr., 15 Jan 1842 - 20 Aug 1844. #05-8611
GAMBLIN, four children's graves.
GAMBLIN, _ _ _ _ _ 1854 #05-8612 not in MCTC
GILLESPIE, Nettie, 28 Jun 1860 - 2 Aug 1861. "Dau. B.M. & J." #5616
GILLESPIE, Connelly, 8 Mar 1888 - 20 Mar 1888. "Son of Charles M. & M. Gillespie."
GOFF, Thomas, 17 Nov 1802 - 19 Apr 1830.
GOFF, Eliza P., 27 Apr 1811 - 21 Dec 1861.
GOFORTH, Isaac B., 5 May 1836 - 3 May 1920. (This was probably the last burial made in Greenwood, at least it is the latest dated stone.)
GRAHAM, Mrs. Eliza Harriet, d. 15 Aug 1835 - "Consort of Charles Graham; daughter of Collin & Elizabeth McDaniel."
GRANT, Anna Sanders, 1791 - 29 Apr 1856. "Consort of Israel Grant; mother of Cyrus Webster."
GREEN, Dr. J.B., d. 28 Sep 1887. Aged 67 years.
GREEN, Mrs. Sarah N., d. 4 Mar 1916. Aged 91 years. (Wife of Dr. J.B. Green; nee Walker.)
GREEN, T. J., 13 Mar 1852 - 28 Mar 1853. 00-10-15. "Son of J.B. & S.N. Green."
GRIFFIN, James, no dates. "Inf son of J.F. & P.C."
GROVES, Fanny, 21 Feb 1763 - 12 Feb 1843.
GUEST, Joshua, 12 Jan 1789 - 2 Feb 1831. (Col., War 1812. He was later owner of Franklin House, one of Columbia's earliest hotels.)
GUEST, Mary, 10 Oct 1795 - 13 Feb 1870. "Born in N.C.; Married Joshua Guest on 11 Jul 1814." (Dau. of Jeremiah & Polly Cherry.)
GUEST, Elizabeth Pickens?, daughter of Joshua & Mary Guest, b.  _ _ _ _ died 28 Aug 186(?)
GUEST, Sarah E.
, 27 May 1828 - 6 Jul 1839.
GUEST, Augustus D., 10 Nov 1841 - 3 Oct 1866. "Son of J. L. & E. J. Guest."
GUEST, Mary Elizabeth, 15 Oct 1845 - 2 Nov 1848. "Dau. of James L. & Emily J." (Box tomb).
GUFFEE, Mrs. Rebecca B., d. l Mar 1848. Aged 66 years.
GUNNELS, James L., 13 Nov 1843 - 17 Oct 1846. 02-11-04. "Son of Wm & Dorothy Gunnels."
GUTHRIE, John, born in Scotland died Sep 1844
GUTHRIE, Minerva, d. 14 Jun 1844. 36-07-21.
GUTHRIE, John Chavallie, d. 25 Nov 1845. 05-10-15. (Son of John & Minerva Guthrie.)
HALL, Thomas K., 6 Aug 1815 - 4 Aug 1856. #5604
HAM, Gideon D., 23 Mar 1839 - 8 Jul 1856. (Stone tumbled.)
HAND, Patrick, 1806 - 1853. Catholic.
HARDIMAN, Anna, 7 Oct 1851 - 18 Jan 1856. 04-03-11. "Dau. of Capt. & Elizabeth Hardiman." (Sstone almost covered by dirt. Found it by accident.)
HARDIN, Isaac B., 27 Jun 1819. 34 years. "Father, friend, husband, brother." (Box tomb.) #05-8577
HARDIN, Isaac B., Jr., d. 23 Jul 1819. 1-7-00. (Box tomb.) #05-8578
HARRIS, Naomi Leetch, 2 Jul 1809 - 2 Aug 1836. "Consort of Adlai O. Harris." (Dau. Samuel & Jane Polk; married A.O. Harris; Aug 1825; box tomb.) #05-8632
HARRIS, Josiah Swanson, 20 Dec 1818 - 17 Mar 1860.
HARRIS, William Warner, 23 Dec 1838 - 4 Mar 1839. "Infant son of Adlai O. & Mary Harris." (Box tomb) #05-8617
HARRIS, Adelaide, 21 May - 19 Jun 1856. "Dau. Adley O. & Naomi L. Harris." (Box tomb.) #05-8628
HARRIS, Druscilla, died 20 May 1833.
HART, Joseph, 29 Dec 1793 - 10 Jun 1833. Age 40. Mason. (Married Frances Mary Alderson, 21 Feb 1822; War 1812??)
HAYES, Andrew C., d. 15 May 1840 - 42 years. (Born in Va.; Columbia Councilman & Treasurer; Box Tomb.)
HAYES, John B. (M.D.), d. 2 Jul 1868. 74 years. Mason., #5601
HAYES, Mrs. Ophelia C., 6 Sep 1812 - 18 Apr 1851. (Dau. of Samuel & Jane Polk; wife of Dr. J.B. Hayes.) #05-8619
HAYES, David Augustine C., d. 14 Feb 1824. 22 years.
HAYES, Jacob S., 15 Nov 1831 - 20 Sep 1854.
HAYES, Ann Eliza, 27 Aug 1832 - 1 Jul 1835. "Dau. John B. & Ophelia C." (Box tomb) #05-8629
HAYES, Samuel Polk, 21 Aug 1842 - 28 Oct 1842. "Son John B. & Ophelia C." (Box tomb) #05-8618
HAYES, Charles Campbell, 5 Aug 1854 - 14 Aug 1856. "Son of John B. & Ophelia C." (Box tomb.) #05-8630
HAYS, Elizabeth, 1822 - 13 Feb 1858. "Wife of Ausbern Hays; near her lies her children Wesley & Anner."
HENNERSON, Ben, d. 3 Feb 1858 - "Husband of Jennie H."
HILLIARD, Henry, 16 Mar 1804 - 24 Apr 1844.
HILLIARD, Mary, 21 Mar 1807 - 28 Sep 1839. 32 years. "Wife of John Hilliard."
HILLIARD, William J., 16 Sep 1827 - 7 Feb 1854. "Son of John & Mary Hilliard."
HILLIARD, Anderson W., 12 Jul 1809 - 1 Apr 1851.
HILLIARD, Winney M., 13 Nov 1813 - 18 Oct 1844. "Wife of Anderson W. Hilliard." (Box tomb).
HILLIARD, Mary Eliza, 5 Sep 1833 - 23 Oct 1834. "Dau. of A.W. & W.M."
HILLIARD, Frank B., 1 Jun 1841 - 23 Feb 1869. 27 years.
HILLIARD, Lena, 17 Aug 1867 - 21 Feb 1869. 01-06-00.
HITCHCOCK, Eliza M., 5 Dec 1815 - 27 Oct 1819. 03-10-00. "Dau. of L. & J. Hitchcock."
HITCHCOCK, Nancy M., 15 May 1822 - 9 Aug 1923. 01-02-25. "Dau. L. & J. Hitchcock.
HODGE, John, 14 May 1789 - 10 Oct 1825.  (s/o Joseph & Euphemia Hodge.)
HODGE, Ann C., 13 (or 15) May 1797 - 27 Apr 1848. "Wife of John Hodge." (nee Lewis; box tomb.)
HODGE, Jane Lewis, 4 Aug 1814 - 28 May 1849. (Box tomb)
HODGE, ................, child's grave with slab beside Jane Lewis Hodge.
HODGE, Sarah, 10 Apr 1820 - 14 Jan 1849. "Wife of Thomas."
HODGE, Thomas Geroge, 22 Jul 1839 - 26 Oct 1848. "Son of Thomas & Sarah."
HODGE, Terry Hughes, 4 Nov 1841 - 1 Jan 1842. "Son of Sarah & Thomas."
HOLLAND, Peter, 10 Jan 1774 - 31 Nov 1860. (Box tomb)
HOLLAND, Frances, 20 Sep 1779 - 28 Jan 1859. (Box tomb.)
HOLLAND, W.L., d. 25 Oct 1847. Aged about 36 years. "Son Peter and Frances."
HORTON, John Elliott, 1 Jan 1814 - 6 Nov 1836. "Born in Delaware Co., Penn.; d. Columbia, Tenn."
HOUSTON, Julia S., 1793 - 10 Mar 1853. "Wife Moses W. Houston; b. Philadelphia, Pa.; for 40 years a follower of Christ." Tall Shaft.)
HUNT, B.C., 12 Oct 1824 - 4 Nov 1847. "Consort of F.D." (Fountain Delmare Hunt. mb)
HUNT, Nancy C.T., 29 Jun - 11 Nov 1847. "Dau. F.D. & B.C."
HUNT, Durinda Jourdan, 22 Aug 1826 - 2 Dec 1851. "Consort of F.D. Hunt." (Fountain Delmar Hunt. mb)
HUNT, A.E., b. & d. 1 Dec 1851.
HUNTER, Little Charley, 26 Oct 1880 - 9 Apr 1881. 00-05-13. "Son of John & Delia Hunter."
H........, Footstone: "B.H."
H........, Footstones: "A.H. and J.A.V."
JACCO, Julyer A., d. 26 Dec 1863. "Dau. of Elizabeth Burgess (?).
JENINGS, Mrs. Martha, 5 Dec 1773 - 20 May 1844. 70-06-16.
JOHNSON, Mrs. Frances, 22 Jan 1773 - 6 Oct 1858. 86-09-21. "Born Lunenburg Co., Va."
JOHNSON, Joseph, d. 29 Aug 1826. 27 years. "of Penn."
JOHNSON, Elizabeth, d. 27 Sep 1845. Aged 57 years. (Stone placed by daughters: S.B. White, Polly Polk and E. Campbell.)
JOHNSON, Dyer, 1815 - 1871.
JOHNSON, Juilat, 1820 - 1848.
JOHNSON, Elizabeth,1820 - 1891. 
JOHNSON, Robert, Joseph and Dyer, Inf. sons of Dyer Johnson. no dates.
JOHNSON, Julie A.F., 15 Apr 1832 - 4 Apr 1857. 25 years.
JOHNSON, Mary Jane, 17 Mar 1854 - 7 May 1855. 01-01-20. "Dau. Wm R. & Martha J."
JOHNSON, Alex B., 8 Mar - 12 Jun 1857. 00-03-04.
JOHNSON, Charley, 11 Jul 185.... Infant son of H. C. & ..... Johnson, Born ...Died....(inscription crumbled). (Smith gives inscription as: 14 Jul 1859 - 28 Jul 1860, son of H.C. & M.T. Johnson.)
JOHNSTON, Sarah Louisa, 8 Jul 1829. "Dau. J.W. & S.A."
JORDAN, Lucy L., 2 Nov 1812 - 19 Mar 1850. "Wife of John A. Jordan."
JORDAN, Edward W., born 12 Oct 1840. Age 9 months.
KEEF, Thomas, 20 Sep 1804 - 24 Aug 1856. Aged 52 years.
KEEF, Nancy, 24 Nov 1802 - 8 Sep 1871. (Wife Thomas Keef; dau. Jeremiah & Polly Cherry; stone moved.)
KEESEE, Maria Louisa, 17 Feb 1819 - 27 Mar 1839. "Consort of T.W. Keesee." (Box tomb.)
KEESEE, Charles Nelson, 8 Sep 1843 - 25 Apr 1850. "Son of T.H. & E.N. Keese." #5609
KENNEDY, Nancy Mayes, 23 Dec 1816 - 21 Sep 1833. (or 35.) "Consort of Thomas R. Kenedy. Wife & Mother."
KERBY, Ophelia Josiphene, 16 Aug 1837 - 30 Dec 1842. "Dau. of L.W. & H.A. Kerby." (Tall shaft.)
KERNAN, James, 1818 - 28 Apr 1861. 43 years. #5613
KERNAN, Martha E. McLaughlin, 26 Jun 1826 - 22 Dec 1848. "Wife of James Kernan; dau. J......N. McLaughlin." (Stone broken) #5612
KERR, Andrew M., 7 Oct 1820 - 20 Dec 1843. 22-07-05. (Publisher, THE TENNESSEE DEMOCRAT; Son of Andrew M. Kerr, who was an early Maury Co educator) #05-8601
KERR, W.A., 13 Apr 1827 - 22 Mar 1862.
KERR, W.O., 2
KETCHUM, Mrs. Tempy, d. 23 Jun 1836. 77 years.
KETCHUM, Harvey, 12 May 1832 - 21 Sep 1952. 00-04-09. "Son of Levi & Barsena Ketchum."
KIMBELL, Julia E., Dec 1822 - 9 May 1853.
KING, Clara, d. 3 Apr 1864. Aged about 75 years.
KINSEY, Mary L., 30 Nov 1857 - 11 Oct 1861. 04-10-19. "Dau. of W.J. & Elizabeth Kinsey."
KIRBY, Ophelia Josephine, no dates. "Dau. of .........& H.A. Kirby."
KNOX, Mary E., b. 8..........- d. 10.....ber 1842. (Child).
KNOX, Wm. A., no dates. (Child.)
KNOX, Rosanna, no dates. (Child.)
K........., S. Footstone only. (Headstone broken at ground.)
K........., W.A. Footstone only. (headstone broken off.)
LANIER, Mary Anna, 10 Apr 1851 - 7 Feb 1860. "Dau. L. F. & M.P. Lanier."
LATTA, Clifford Ross, 21 Dec 1872 - 24 Jun 1873. "Inf. son of John & Anna Latta."
LEE, Mrs. Jane Virginia, 11 Sep 1830 - 10 Sep 1857 (or 51). "Married: 26 Dec 1851." #05-8627
LEHMAN, Alice, 15 Jun 1832 - 30 Aug 1855. "Wife of John Lehman."
LEMASTERS, M. Lafayette, 10 Dec 1824 - 25 Jul 1825. "Son of J.W. & N. Lemasters."
LEMASTERS, John B., 14 Oct 1832 - 29 Aug 1833.
LEMASTERS, James K.P., 5 Aug 1834 - 28 May 1835.
LEWIS, James Martin (Maj.), 7 May 1762 - 2 Apr 1822. "Born in Albermarle Co., Va.; Husband, father, Christian." (Revolutionary War soldier; J.P., War 1812.) #05-8576
LEWIS, Mary Boswell Herndon, no dates known. (Wife James Martin Lewis; d. 27 Feb 1843, age 74 yrs.)
LION, Marshall, no dates. "Son of Litie & F. Lion."
LONG, Lucretia J., 24 Jan 1828 - 28 Jan 1896.
LONGLEY, G.S., no dates.
LONGLEY, E.J., no dates.
LONGLEY, G.W., no dates.
LOONEY, Abraham, 18 Sep 1780 - 14 Oct 1841. "Born Sullivan Co., Tenn." (Box tomb.) #05-8622,8639
LOONEY, Elizabeth, 19 Sep 1786 - 2 Sep 1838. "Born Sullivan Co., Tenn., Wife, Abraham Looney." (nee Gammon; box tomb) #05-8621
LOONEY, Sallie Bettie, 25 Dec 1848 - 25 Jan 1850. "Daughter of Robert F. & Louisa M. Looney." 05-8623
MACK, Rev William, D.D., 29 Jul 1807 - 10 Jan 1879. "Ordained; 5 Feb 1835."
MACK, Elizabeth Scoville, 3 Feb 1813 - 7 Jul 1851. "Wife of William Mack."
MACK, Sarah A. Boardman, 14 Nov 1826 - 18 Oct 1886. "Wife of Rev. Wm. Mack." (Shaft monument.)
MACK, Mary Elizabeth, 26 Mar 1841 - 4 Mar 1920. "Dau. of Wm. E. & S. Mack."
MACK, Cornelia Mays, 21 Feb 1848 - 7 Mar 1867. "Dau. of Wm. E. &.S. Mack."
MACK, Our Little Walter, d. 10 Aug 1863.
MACKEY, Alexander, 3 Nov 1797 - 10 Sep 1873. (Blacksmith.)
MACKEY, Matilida, 1 Feb 1808 - 1 Mar 1889. (Stone Broken.)
MANGREM, Littleberry, 16 Jul 1783 - 16 Feb 1837.
(Isle of Wight Co. Va. native; s/o Briton and Elizabeth Glover; married Clara (Clary) Jordan in Greensville Co., Va. He came to Maury Co. with his uncle Henry Mangum. (Note: Dave Johnston, a descendant of this family states that Littleberry's dates appear to be on his wife's ts. Mr. Johnston say Littleberry enumerated in the 1840 census and the death date on Clara ts is actually his death date.)
MANGREM, Clara, 22 Sep 1779 - 13 Sep 1843. "Consort of Littleberry Mangrem." (Greensville Co., Va. native; d/o Meredith Jordan and Margaret Acres, Nee: Clary Jordan; w/o Littleberry Mangrem/Mangum in 1807; migrated to Maury Co. with husband and parents who settled in Davidson Co. Tn. (Note: Clara Jordan Mangrem's dates appear on her husband, Littleberry's marker. Ref: Dave Johnston - djohnston@byu.net.)
MANGREM, William Darrel, 30 Oct 1818 - 20 Jun 1852. (or 59).
MANGRUM, Martha, 15 May 1784 - 26 Feb 1852. 68-06-11.
MANGRUM, William W., 21 Mar 1842 - 5 Nov 1845.
MANGRUM, Benjamin T., 10 Oct 1840 - 5 Nov 1845.
MANGRUM, Minerva A.P., 5 May - 18 May 1850. Age 13 Days.
MARTIN, Robert, age 1 year. "Son William & Emily Martin."
MARTIN,.............., age 17 years. "Son Wm. & Emily."
MARTIN, William D., 4 Sep - 29 Oct 1815. "Son David & Sally A." (Box tomb) #05-8591
MARTIN, Green W., 15 Sep 1822 - 22 Jan 1831. "Son David & Sally."
MARTIN, Susan Adeline, d. 16 Nov 1842. 00-10-16. "Dau. of Robert C. & Mildred G."
MARTIN, Elizabeth, dates blurred, age 17 years. "Dau. of Wm. *& Emily Martin."
MARTIN, Footstone: R.M.
MARTIN, Footstone: M.G.M.
MAXWELL, Green W., 15 Jun 1843 - 11 Oct 1843. 00-05-27. "Infant son of George G. & Maria G."
McBATH, James N., d. 5 Aug 1828. Aged 2 years (Stone dislocated.)
McCLAIN, Elizabeth S., 18 Nov 1818 - 29 Sep 1855. (Wife of Dr. J.S. McClain.)
McCLAIN, William Thomas, 29 Dec 1848 - 31 Aug 1850. 01-08-02. "Eldest son of J. S. & E. S."
McCLAIN, William Thomas, 29 Nov 1850 - 18 Jan 1852. 01-01-17."Second son of J. S & E. S."
McCRORY, Lewis Washington, 23 Dec 1854 - 12 Jul 1855, "Son of Charles & M.A." #05-8615
McDONALD, Mary Frances, 27 Oct 1856 - 18 Feb 1857.
McDONALD, Virginia Ann, 15 Sep 1858 - 26 Jul 1860. "Daus. of John & Martha E."
McEWIN, ............beth, ....n.......1822 - ...Sep....2, from fragments plied in box tomb. (Mary Elizabeth McEwin died in 1820. --See T.P.T.W., p. D-7.)
McFALL, Johnnie, 1872 - 1872. (in Duke fence.)
McGINSEY, Col. John, b. 22 May 17.. (1755) - d. 16 Sep 1821 in 67th yr. of his age. Rev. Soldier. "He came to America at the .....of 16 and was a zealous........of the cause of Liberty dur...the Revolution. Although a youth he unsheathed his sword and marched and fought and died for the ...... ....... ....... ....... He was a Presbyterian by .....for many years, and a citizen of respectability in Burke Co..... The many virtues of his exem......were truly characteristic of the .........idulgent parest, aff.......,devout Christian.
McGUIRE, ............., d. Sep 1858. "Son of Jerry McGuire."
McKEAN, Maria P., (28 Jan 1775) - d. 28 Mar 1849. Aged 44 years. (Trenton, N. J. native; w/o Joseph McKean, married 13 may 1796 in Penn., at one time they lived in Hardeman Co. and ran a general stone there; they had a son John Clunn McKean who was born 1797 in Va. during their move to Tn. Ref: e-mail from Richard McKean richard.mckean@juno.com)
McKISSACK, William, 1813 - 7 Oct 1863, Stone is propped against the north rock wall.
McNEILL, Sarah P. Hardin, 18 Nov 1794 - 27 Jan 1844, 49 years of age. (Box tomb, next to Isaac B Hardin Jr., #05-8579
McRADY, Ephraim W., 13 Mar 1801 - 13 Aug 1872.
McRADY, Sarah M. 5 Aug 1804 - 24 Mar 1839. "Wife of E.W."
McRADY, Margarett, died 5 Mar 1871 - Aged 67 years. "Wife of E.W. McRady." (Daughter of Alex Whitt; b. Albemarle Co., Va.)
McRADY, Lucy Ann, 6 Aug 1831 - 18 Jul 1832. "Dau. of E.W. & Sarah M."
McRADY, Mary Fidelia, 18 Jan 1834 - 15 Oct 1835. "Dau. of E.W. & Sarah M."
McRADY, Sarah Polk, 20 Aug 1836 - 14 Sep 1837. "Dau. of E.W. & Sarah M. McRady."
McRADY, Infant son of E.W. & Sarah M., d. 12 Aug 1838. 6. da.
McREADY, Harriet, Dec 1839 - Feb 1861. "Wife of Henry."
MENEFEE, Inf. dau of Alfred & Nancy, b. 20 Mar 1857, d. 1 Apr 1857.
MINTER, (Elizabeth Green), 24 Feb 1786 - 22 Jun 1844. "Wife of Wm. Minter." (Stone broken.)
MINTER, Joseph, 22 Jan 1827 - 17 Sep 1829. "Son of William & Elizabeth."
MITCHELL, Milla, 1827 - 10 Aug 1849. Aged 22 years.
MOORE, John T. 19 Mar 1787 - 17 May 1831. 44-01-02. "Born Northumberland Co., Pa." (Box tomb.)
MOORE, Mary T., 8 Apr 1803 - 21 Feb 1831. (Fragmented box tomb beside John T. Moore.)
MOORE, Thomas, 18 Mar 1809 - 5 Jun 1840. "Son R.B. & Mary." (Box tomb) #05-8640
MOORE, Mrs. Nancy, 16 Apr 1810 - 7 Jan 1852. About 42 yrs. "Wife of Andrew Moore."
MOORE, James Wisdom, d. 23 Jul 1867 . "Past Master Columbia Lodge #31, Free & Accepted Masons."
MOORE, Mary Jenkins, 30 Sep 1811 - 9 Aug 1843. 32 years. "Wife of James W. Moore."
MOORE, Lucinda Caroline, d. 2 Dec 1829. 21 days. "Inf. dau. J.W. & Mary J."
MOORE, Henry Clay, 5 Jan 1834 - 4 Oct 1835. 01-08-29. "Inf. son J.W. & M.J."
Findagrave below
MOORE, Mary Eliza, 20 Jan 1838 - 25 Sep 1839. 01-08-05. "Inf. dau. J.W. & M.J."
MOORE, Archibald Buchanan, 3 Feb - 12 Feb 1840. 9 days. "Inf son J.W. & M.J."
MOORE, Infant daughter of J.W. & M.J., 16-20 Sep 1841. 4 days.
MOORE, James A., 6 Feb 1860 - 26 Jul 1861. "Son J.W. & S.L. Moore; b. Carrolton, Miss., d. Rienzi, Miss."
MURPHY, Octavine Polk, (22 Nov 1848 - 2 Jun 1870). "Wife of W.L. Murphy"; (buried by Gideon B. Polk & Wife." very shaled, almost unreadable.)
M............., Footstone: G.W.M.
M............., Footstone: R.M.
NELSON, Pleasant, 29 Jun 1792 - 27 Jul 1862. (War 1812. Stone Shaled.)
NELSON, Elizabeth, 15 Dec 1799 - 15 Mar 1870. "Wife of Pleasant Nelson."
NELSON, John W., 20 May 1787 - 24 Oct 1852. (Shaft.) #5610
NICHOLSON, Mary Gordon, 1837 - 1841. (Stone dislocated but footstone is in place.)
NORMAN, Rev. Simeon, 29 Jul 1799 - 13 Mar 1859. "Converted 1825, joined Universal Conf. 1826, Superannuated 1851, which relation he held till death." #05-8641
N........., Footstone: F.N.
OAKES, Mary Luisa, 16 Jun = 23 Jun 1844. 7 days.
OAKES, Lucy Ann, 29 Jan 1846 - 19 Aug 1857. 11-06-20.
O'BRIEN, Thomas, d. 7 Nov 1855. (Small shaft.)
OLD, Mrs Elvira (Nancy Elvira Nelson), 17 Jul 1819 - 29 Aug 1836, (wife of Charles W. Old; daughter of Pleasant Nelson and Elizabeth Cherry Nelson. (not listed in MCTC.))
OLD, Infant of C.W. & E. N., born about 1836, no dates given.
O'NEAIL, Mary J., dau. Thomas & M.M., no dates.
O'REILLY, Mary, 15 Sep 1782 - 6 Feb 1827. 44-01-22. (Box tomb), "Consort Dr. James C. O'Reilly." #05-8598
O'REILLY, James C., Jr., 29 Nov 1813 - 4 Jul 1856. 22-7-5. #05-8597
OSBORNE, Mary L., 11 May 1816 - 19 Jun 1836. "Wife E.R. Osborne; dau. Julia S. Towler; b. Lexington, Ky. " (Box tomb)
OSBORNE, Infant daughter of E.R. & M.L. d. 27 Jul 1830, 15 days
OVERALL, Rev. Lorenzo Dow, 18 Jul 1803 - 28 Aug 1834. "Son Nathaniel &............; born Davidson Co., Tn. He devoted 11 years to the itinerant ministry of the Methodist E. Church." (Box tomb, Inscription very faint.)
PARKES, Mary, 1830 - 10 Jan 1864, Age 34 years, "Wife of William."
PARK, Inf. dau. of Charlotte, 10 Sep 1847 - 11....1848.
PARK, Maria Walker, 1 Aug..... - Jun 1848. 12 months.
PARK, Charlotte, 10 Mar 1854 - 12 Oct 1861. "Dau. Wm. & Mary Park."
PARK, Sallie, 1858 - 16 Sep 1861. "Dau. Wm. & Mary Park."
PHILIPS, Lemuel H., 22 May 1818 - 24 May 1860.
PHILIPS, Annie M., 8 Apr 1827 - 22 Feb 1919.
PICKARD, Rachel, born in North Carolina, 19 Aug 1833 - 22 May 1854, Joined the Cumb Presbyterian Church 1850.
PICKARD, John Henry, 30 Dec 183.. - 25 Sep 1845. "Inf son of Maria J. & H.J. Pickard."
PICKARD, Sarah Elizabeth, 5 jan 1852 - 18 Jul 1853.
PICKARD, S.L., 15 Mar 1858 - 22 Sep 1861.
PICKARD, J.T., 17 Jun 1860 - 8 Oct 1861. "Sons of D.B. & M.A. Pickard."
P.............., Footstones: T.P. and ?. P.
PICKENS, Elizabeth N., 24 Dec 1823 - 28 Aug 1863. "Dau. of Joshua & Mary Guest Pickens."
PILLOW, Louisa Thomas, d. 12 Jun 1855 - 35 years. "Consort of Edna Pillow."
PILLOW, Malinda, 7 Jan - 31 Jun 1876.
PLUMMER, Seymour, 22 Nov 1830 - 23 Apr 1835. "Son J.R. & Eliza H. Plummer."
PLUMMER, Andrew Jackson, 15 Dec 1832 - 2 Oct 1855. "Son of J.R. & Eliza H."
POLK, Major Samuel, (b. 5 Jul 1772 in N.C.) - d. 3 Nov 1827. 56th year of his age." (Father of the 11th U.S. President James K. Polk.) #05-8636
POLK, Jane (Jane Knox), 15 Nov 1776 - 11 Jan 1852, "Consort of Major Samuel Polk & mother of James Knox Polk ex president of the US". #05-8637
POLK, William H. (Hawkins), 24 May 1815 - 16 Dec 1862. "Son of Samuel and Jane Polk." (Maj. Mexican War; Congressman; Ambassador; lst Tenn. Cav., C.S.A.)
POLK, Mary L., d. 2 Apr 1851 - "Wife of Wm. H. Polk." (nee Corse.) #05-8620
POLK, John L., died 28 Sep 1831. 25-06-05 (Brother of the 11th President of the US) Box Tomb #05-8633
POLK, Samuel Washington, d. 24 Feb 1839 . 22 years. (Last child of Samuel & Jane Knox Polk, Brother of the 11th President of the U.S.)
POLK, Franklin E., died 21 Jan 183. Age 29 years. "son of Samuel & Jane Knox Polk." (brother of the 11 U.S. President) #05-8634
POLK, Gideon B., 30 Jan 1816 - 9 Feb 1890. Father. 1.0.0.F.
POLK, Mary G. Johnson, 22 Jan 1813 - 18 Apr 1893. Mother. "Wife Gideon B. Polk."
POLK, Codelia/(Cordelia), d. 9 Apr 1860. 27 years. "Wife Granderson Polk."
POLK, Samuel Washington, d. 9 Sep 1842. 4 years. "Son of Ruben & Lana Polk." #05-8635
POLK, Reuben Marshall, May 1847 - 30 Jun 1868. "Son of Ruben & Lana Polk."
POLLARD, W.J., d. 30 Mar 1848. 28 years. 1.0.0.F. 
POLK, Codelia, wife of Grandison Polk died April 8, 1860, Aged 2y Years (Black or slave area of cemetery)
PORTER, Fanny, 10 Apr 1855 - 11 Apr 1857, "Dau. W.C. & M.W. Porter." (Smith says that this grave was enclosed in a rotting wooden fence and that there were many unmarked graves inside.)
POST, James M., of Hillsboro, N.H., 25 years of age. "Shoeman. This stone erected by Zoological Branch No. 10." (Was he a traveling shoe salesman who died in Columbia?)
PURSELL, James, 24 Apr 1784 - 30 Oct 1824.
PURSELL, John B., 3 Jul 1860 - 17 Jun 1861. "Inf son of F.H. U Mary E. Pursell." Stone dislocated.)
RADFORD, Mrs. ........., d. 1809. (Second person buried in Greenwood; foster morth of Nathan Vaught.)
RANKIN, Mrs. Martha, d. 16 Jul 1836. 75 years. "Consort of Rev. A. Rankin of Lexington, Ky." #05-8574
(Box tomb)
RANKIN, William J., 5 Jan 1811 - 13 Dec 1846. 34-11-23. "Born Lexington, Ky." (Box tomb.) #05-8575
REYNOLDS, Caroline I.B., 22 Oct 1817.- 15 Sep 1858.
ROAN, Willie, 4 Oct 1859 - 1 Nov 1860. 01-00-28. "Inf. son N.J. & M.E. Roan."
RUSS, Margaret L., d. 17 Nov 1835. 03-06-21.
RUSSELL, Polly, 7 Jan 1798 - 22 Mar 1816. 18-02-15. "Step-daughter of L.B. Boyd ", #05-8584
RUSSELL, James, 1816 - Oct 1816. 6 mos. "Inf. son of Poley Russell.) #05-8585
RUSSELL, Sarah, d. 23 Dec 1919. 58 years.
RUSSELL, J.B., 1865 - 1921.
RUSSELL, Minia, b. 18 Aug 1895 - no death date.
RUSSELL, Anna, b. 23 Aug 1900 - no death date. (Note: these two markers were not found. Smith says that they were plank markers and they have probably decayed.)
RUSSELL, Janie Clark, Little Dau. of M/M W.L., Dec 1899.
SANDERSON, Jamima
, d. 7 Jun 1849. 99 years. "Worthy member Presbyterian Church." (Possibly the earliest birth (1750) for a person buried here.)
SANDERSON, Miss Nancy, d. 27 Sep 1851. 78 years. "Member of C.P. Church.
SANDERSON, James, no dates.
SCRUGGS, Thomas, d. 27 Nov 1845. Aged 63 years.
SCRUGGS, Mrs Edna, d. 11 Aug 1870. 86 (or 89) years. "Consort of Thomas Scruggs."
SHEA, Con'y, 25 Jan 1857 - 7 Mar 1862. "Son of Jerry & Mary Shea; Catholic."
SHELTON, John, d. 24 Jan 1835. Age 67 years. "Born King William Co., Va., removed to Knox Co. Tn. in 1806. From thence to Maury Co., Columbia on 9 Oct 1809."
SHELTON, Mrs. Elizabeth, 16 Nov 1779 - 23 Nov 1845. 66-0-7.
SHELTON, James R., 9 Oct 1799 - 15 Mar 1875. (b. Richmond, Va.; immigrated to Maury Co. in 1806; Early tailor in Columbia, is reputed to have taught Andrew Johnson his trade.)
SHELTON, Mary Elizabeth, 1 Jul 1806 - 20 Mar 1883. (Born in Virginia; nee Alderson; Wife of James R. Shelton, married 6 Dec 1821. She was boarding with George and Mattie Reaves family in Columbia, Tn in 1880 about 3 yrs. before her death. Ref: Anna abertram@dtccom.net)
SHELTON, James Tilmon, 27 Nov 1823 - 28 Aug 1841. "Son of J.R. & M.E. Shelton."
SHELTON, Henry E., 3 Nov 1825 - 26 Jul 1826. "Son of J.R. & M.E. Shelton."
SHELTON, S.E., 22 Mar - 2 Sep 1827. Dau. J.R. & M.E."
SHELTON, Lycurgus B., d. 13 Feb 1829. 00-08-05. "Son of J.R. & M.E. Shelton."
SHELTON, Martha O., died 3 Aug 1830. 00-06-03. "Dau. J.R. & M.E. Shelton."
SHELTON, Inf. dau. of J.R. & M.E., d. 11 Sep 1832. 0-7-15.
SHELTON, Degalmer P. "De", 12 Jul 1848 - 1 Dec 1874. (14th child of James R. & M.E. Shelton.)
.................., Infants. (Smith says: 12 infant graves on plot of 'Uncle Jimy' Shelton.)
SHERLOCK, Mary Ann, 21 Sep 1859 - 21 Mar 1862. "Dau. of Mich'l & Mary Sherlock; Catholic."
SIMPSON, William, 8 Sep 1850 - 23 Feb 1864. 13-05-15. "Son of Thomas & Catherine Simpson."
SLATON, Nelson, 16 Feb 1856 - 16 Feb 1857. (?). 00-05-21. "Son Peter & Caroline."
SLATON, Naomi, 3 Sep 1861 - 16 Jul 1864. 2-10-??. "Dau. of Peter & Caroline."
SLAUGHTER, Infant daughter of Wm. & H. G., d. 9 Mar 1828. 4 hours.
SMITH, Alfred D., 30 Aug 1833 - 8 Feb 1852. "Native of Ky.; died of typhoid fever in 19th year."
SMOOT, Elizabeth H., d. 12 Apr 1826. 38th year of life.
SMOOT, Salley, d. 25 Dec 1825. 14 years.
SMOOT, 2 children of J.T. Smoot; C.S. & S.S., 1824.
SPENCE, Joseph, 21 Dec 1788 - 27 Jul 1829. 40-07-06.
STANFIELD, J.W., 3 Jun 1793 - 30 Jul 1853.
STEWART, Edmomnd D., 1 Feb - 12 Feb 1844. (Dislocated.)
STRAUGHAN, Thomas B., 22 Oct - 11 Nov 1860. "Inf. son of R.N. & Mary A. Straughan."
SULLIVAN, J.R., no dates. 14 months. "Son of E.C. & J.J."
SUTHERLIN, Elisha.........d, 17 Jul 1811. (from fragments.)
S............., Footstone: L.S., C.C.S., G.W.S., L.E.S., T.J.S. and W.S.S.
THOMAS, Davey/(David) S., d. 3 Feb 1859 . 60 years. "Husband Dinah."
THOMAS, James David, 25 Sep 1833 - 31 Aug 1834. "Son of James H. & Margaret."
THOMAS, margaret Stephens, 22 Aug - 8 Sep 1839 (or 58). "Dau. of James H. & Margaret." (box tomb.)
THOMPSON, Wm. Augustus, d. 2 Aug 1837. 00-06-15. "Inf. of S.D. & Sarah A. Thompson."
TITCOMB, Marie Louise, 3 Jan 1850 - 22 Sep 1851. 01-08-19. "Inf. dau. Sam'l H. & Sarah H. Titcomb."
TOLER, (John Haysiet), d. 15 Aug 1832 (?). 2 1/2 years. "Son John & martha G. Toler."
TUCKNESS, F.F. (or E.F.), 2 Sep 1819 - 23 Sep 1839. 18 yrs.
TURNAGE, Wm. W., no dates.
TYRELL, Thomas Y., 27 Apr 1797 - 1 Dec 1843. Born in Endenberry, Kings County, Scotland."
T........., J., Footstone. Broken headstone says: "....near her.....of her three infant sons, Robert, Joseph and Dyer."
unknown, stone shaled away with no remaining inscription
VOORHIES, Peter Imlay, 13 Oct 1786 - 13 Oct 1855. "Born in Monmouth Co., N.J." Mason. (Box tomb) #05-8608
VOORHIES, Polly J., 5 Aug 1794 - 25 Aug 1818. "Wife of Peter Voorhies." (Box tomb, top broken.) #05-8602
VOORHIES, Sarah C., 12 Mar 1787 - 20 Aug 1853. "Wife of Peter I. Voorhies; born Wilkes Co., N.C." #05-8599
VOORHIES, Mary Ann, 30 Jan 1812 - 15 Mar 1825. "Dau. of Peter I. & Mary J."#05-8607
VOORHIES, William, 18 Sep 1779 - 11 Jun 1857. 78 years. "b. in N.J."
VOORHIES, Fanny, d. 17 Dec 1850. 45 years. "Servant of Wm. Voorhies."
VOORHIES, Jenny, died 18 Jan 1857. 52 years. (Broken.)
VOORHIES, Simon, 1 Sep 1817 - 25 Jun 1868. (Stone broken & dislocated.) #05-8600
VOORHIES, Moses, 1 May 1849 - 7 Dec 1851. "Son of Robert & Eliza Voorhies."
VOORHIES, Garrett S., no dates.
VOORHIES, Jemima Ann, no dates.
VOORHIES, Carrie D., no dates.
VOORHIES, John O., no dates.
WALKER, James Simpson, d. 17 Nov 1825. 45 years. (inside wrought iron fence.)
WALKER, James, died 7 Jun 1864. 72 years. #5600
WALKER, Jane Maria, 14 Jan 1798 - 11 Oct 1876. "Wife of James Walker." (Dau. Samuel & Jane Knox Polk; b. Mecklenburg Co., N.C.) #05-8624
WALKER, James Hays, 4 May 1816 - 27 May 1902.
WALKER, Ophelia Lazinka, 10 Jan 1837 - 11 May 1839. "Dau. James & Jane M."
WALKER, Leonidas P. (Polk), (15 Sep 1839) d. 19 Aug 1840 - 00-11-04. "Son of James & Jane M." ( s/o James Walker & Jane Maria Polk Walker; dob shared by MTTreehugger@q.com in e-mail to MB; Stone broken.)
WALKER, Joseph Alfred, 8 Feb 1810 - 22 Mar 1882.
WALKER, Adeline A.E., 5 Jan 1818 - 17 Aug 1868. "Wife of Jos A. Walker."
WALKER, Pleasant Nelson, Infant son of Joseph A. & Adeline A.E., 14 Dec 1845 - 13 Feb 1847. (Box tomb.)#05-8581
WARD, Hezekiah, 10 Mar 1795 - 10 May 1836. 41 years. (War of 1812; box tomb.)
WARD, Elizabeth, 15 Sep 1802 - 17 Jul 1847. 44-10-02. (nee Ridley; wife of Hezekiah Ward; box tomb.)
WARD, Vincent R., 25 Jan 1823 - 7 Aug 1838. "Son of Hezekiah & Elizabeth."
WASHINGTON, .............., born 1 Jan 1803 - died 10 Dec 1838.
WATT, Cordelia, 5 Dec 1825 (or 23) - 6 Sep 1845 (or 43). Dau Dr. Thomas Brown; wife Dr. William Watt of Fayette Co."
WEBSTER, Mrs. Lesey, 9 Sep 1772 - 17 Nov 1862. 90-02-07.
WEBSTER, Cyrus, 1812 - 4 Nov 1891.
WEBSTER, Eliza, Feb 1811 - 5 May 1885, "Wife of Cyrus Webster"
WELCH, F.H., 31 Jan 1820 - 17 Sep 1892.
WELCH, Martha J., 18 Nov 1812- 22 Jan 1879. "Wife F.H."
WHALEY, Amanda M., d. 4 Jan 1839 - 18-11-24. (Dislocated.)
WHITE, James, d. 25 Nov 1820. 39 years.
WHITE, Nancy, 22 Apr 1791 - 2 may 1872.
WHITE, James M., 2 Mar 1802 - 18 Dec 1872. 70-09-16.
WHITE, Sarah B., 17 Aug 1806 (or 2) - 15 Nov 1888. "b. in Blountsville, E. Tenn.; wife James M. White."
WHITE, Silas Chappell, 4 Feb 1850 - 1 Mar 1851. 01-00-24. "Son James M. & S.B."
WHITE, Pis, son J.M. & S.B., 22 Jun 1831 - Age 4 weeks.
WHITE, Erastus D., 10 Aug 1832 - 25 Dec 1869. "Son J.M. & S.B. White." (The tombstone formerly had inscribed: 'He escaped the bullets of the enemy to be assassinated by the cowardly pup.' These words have been removed.)
WHITE, E.M., 1 Oct 1820 - 22 Aug 1847. "Consort of C.B."
WHITE, Samuel Cain, 15 Apr 1843 - 8 Mar 1866. 22-10-21. "Son C.B. & E.M." #5615
WHITE, Wesley W., 30 Apr - 2o Dec 1845. "Won C.B. & E. M."
WHITE, Sarah Elizabeth Morris, 20 Nov 1832 - 21 May 1862. 29-06-01. "Wife Sam'l D. White." #5607
WHITE, James Frierson, d. 18 Jun 1855 - 8 days. "Son Sam'l and Sarah E."
WHITE, Walter R., 20 Jun 1858 - 31 Jan 1893. #5606
WHITE, Anthony Pillow, 7 Jan 1861 - 12 Jun 1862. 00-17-05. "Son Sam'l D. & Sarah E." #5605
WHITE, John T., 17 Oct 1840 - 15 May 1849. "Son R. & L.S." (Small shaft. 1.0.0.F. emblem.)
WHITESIDE, Abram, 23 Dec 1776 - 30 Jun 1821. (War of 1812; son of Thomas & Mary Jenkins Whiteside; Mar Ruth M. Davidson in 1809; first buried in garden of house & later moved to Greenwood.)check to see if this is Ruth McLean Davidson mb.
WHITESIDE, Jenken, d. 24 Sep 1822 . (Son Thomas & Mary.)
WHITESIDE, Richard C., 21 Aug 1810 - 5 Oct 1852. (Son of Abraham & Ruth M. Whiteside.)
WHITTHORNE, Yorick Martin Houston, no dates. d. age 5 mon. "Son Green & Rory."
WILKES, Addison, 26 Sep 1850 - 26 Sep 1870. 20 years. "Son Charles & Jane."
WILKES, Gustavus, d. 28 Feb 1856. 2 years. "Son Luvenia."
WILKINS, James, 22 Jul 1788 - 17 Apr 1876. (b. Wilson Co., Tenn.; married: 5 Dec 1811; Silversmith.) #05-8642
WILKINS, Susannah R. Dix, 14 Nov 1785 - 1 Apr 1879. Wife. #05-8642
WILKINS, Mark, "b. Columbia, Tn.; d. Sun. at age 75; son of James Wilkins; Private in Florida War." (paper dated 2 May 1889.)
WILLIAMSON, Green, 20 Apr 1768 - 1 Jun 1819. #05-8592
WILLIAMSON, Mrs. Patsy H., d. 20 Sep 1854. 77 years.
WILLIAMSON, Wm. H., 9 Apr 1797 - Oct 1825. (Son Green & Patsy H. Williamson; assassinated in public square in Columbia; Footstone in place.)
WILSON, Eliza Gill, 12 Oct 1796 - 7 Sep 1834. "Sonsort of Napier Wilson."
WILSON, N. (Napier ?), no dates. (War of 1812; d. 1875; Top of stone broken.)
WILSON, Henry, 13 May 1814 - 22 Jan 1852. "Member M.E. Church."
WILSON, Sam, 13 Sep 1841 - 27 Jul 1869. "Son Sam Pillow Wilson."
WILSON, John Chesley, 14 Jan 1846 - 20 Jun 1847. 01-05-06. "Inf. son Junius A. & Maria Jane." (Broken & dislocated.) #05-8606
WILSON, (Eliza Ann), 11 Dec 1853 - 1 Apr 1861. 07-??-21. (Dau. J.A. & Maria J. Wilson; Stone shaled and almost unreadable.)
WINN, Richard, "South Carolina, Colonel S.C. Militia, Revolutionary War, d. 19 Dec 1818. Buried at home place 11 miles W. on Hwy 50." (This commemorative stone was placed here by the Daughters of the American Revolution, since the original grave site cannot be located in the family cemetery in Arkland.) #5614
WOOD, Elizabeth, 1781 - 23 Feb 1860. 79 years. (Stone fallen and fragmented.)
WORMLEY, (Wormsley) John Criger, died 1 Jan l847. 64 years. "born in S.C.; educated in Va., and living in Tenn. latter part of his life." (Box tomb.)
YOUNG, Hillary Summerfield, Now in Heaven, 17 Jun 1857.
ZELLNER, A. (Arnold), d. 20 Dec 1852. Aged about 63 years. (Early constructor in Maury County; built first water system for Columbia; built bridges, etc.)
ZELLNER, Mrs. Lucy, d. Sep 1838. Aged 47 years. "Consort of Arnold Zellner."
ZELLNER, Mrs. Clarinda, d. Jan 1842. 28 years. "Consort of Arnold Zellner."

Transcribed by Mary Bob McClain Richardson, from "Maury County Tennessee Cemeteries" by Fred L. Hawkins July 12, 2005. Modified for photography and any corrections or update of transcriptions that may apply by Wayne Austin.