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HOLT CEMETERY, LEWISBURG ROAD, MAURY CO. TENNESSEE.
 

CHILES, Lillie, no dates. Believe this is the Black (or slave) section of the Cemetery.
HOLT, W. (William)., 4 Apr 1772 - 6 Oct 1865. (h/o Prudence Johnson Holt (1807 - 1899.) Ref: 4losthistory member 46983562 on Findagrave, e-mail to Mary Bob)
HOLT, Catherine, 22 Feb 1776 - 6 May 1859.
HOLT, John, 23 Nov 1792 - 6 May 1826 or 7. (Broken.) This stone not found 2004. 
HOLT, Allen, 1 Feb 1796 - 15 Oct 1817.
HOLT, Isaac, 8 Feb 1798 - (3 Nov 1877.)
HOLT, D. D., 30 Oct 1814 - 17 Sep 1868. (Beside Isaac.)
HOLT, William L., 8 May 1802 - 20 Mar 1878. (Son of William Holt of N. C.; came to Culleoka in 1808.)
HOLT, Harriet, 11 Jan 1810 - 12 Jan 1843. ‘Consort of Wm. L. Holt'
HOLT, Lucy Taylor, 9 Mar 1824 - 5 Apr 1920. ‘Consort of Wm. L. Holt.’ (2nd wife; Box tomb.)
HOLT, Ann K., no dates, no other information.
HOLT, Unmarked stone next to the box tomb of Wm. 1772 - 1865.
HOLT, I. A., 30 Aug 1838 - 1 Jun 1883. (3rd Reg Tenn Vol., C. S. A.)
HOLT, Jerry, 8 Oct 1856 -14 Jun 1942. (Son Wm. L. & Lucy.)
   [same stone as:]
HOLT, Mollie Davis, 5 Jul 1864 - 23 Mar 1931. (Mar. 48 yrs.)
HOLT, Hattie P., 18 Dec 1883 - 28 Aug 1884.
HOLT, Josie, 12 Jun 1899 - 14 Oct 1900. ‘Dau. of Jerry & Mollie.’
INMAN, Grovie C., 5 Oct 1884 - 8 Oct 1886."Child of John H. & Mary C. Inman."
  [same stone as:]
INMAN, Martha C., 26 Jul 1886 - 20 Oct 1886. "Child of John H. & Mary C. Inman."

The photographer started on the Northeast Corner of the area of the cemetery that had formal monuments and went south across the first row and north on the second row and south on the third row etc..  
This cemetery is grown up and there are fallen stones that have been covered by debris and soil that can only be found by a search using a probe. I was unable to find the John Holt memorial that Fred Hawkins listed in 1987 indicating that it has now fallen and is covered by soil assuming vandals did not take it. However, it is probably no deeper than four inches below the surface and can probably be found with a little patience.