BURNEY CEMETERY-MAURY COUNTY TENNESSEE
From Highway 431, turn left onto the Will Brown Road; go one mile to the Roy Brown house on left. The cemetery is on back side of the farm, ½ mile from house.
This cemetery is listed in They
Passed This Way on page C-17 and Maury County, Tennessee Cemeteries
on page 8.
Burney, Col. John M., 31 Dec 1821 – 25 Aug 1874 (son of John Burney and Matilda Young; married Mary Jane “Molly” Alexander on 8 Dec 1859). John M. Burney was born in
Burney, Mary B., 18 Feb 1826 – 5 Mar 1907 (daughter of John Burney and Matilda Young)
Burney, Matilda Young, 21 Jul 1790 – 4 Sep 1869 (married John Burney on 18 Oct 1814 in Rockingham, North Carolina)
Burney, Thomas P., 1 Nov 1830 – 30 Jul 1911 (son of John Burney and Matilda Young)
Glenn, Sarah A. “Sallie” Burney, 25 Oct 1824 – 5 Mar 1907 (wife of Arch Glenn; daughter of John Burney and Matilda Young) Note: Some transcribers who the surname on this stone as Gleen. Sources show that John and Matilda Burney had a daughter Sarah, known as Sallie” who married a Glenn. The age for this daughter matches the transcribed grave of Sarah A. Gleen.
Warren, Mary E. “Mollie” Glenn, 1853 – 1907 (wife of Robert Burr Glenn; daughter of Arch Glenn and Sarah A. “Sallie” Burney)
Warren, Robert Burr, 1843 – 1913 (husband of Mary E. “Mollie” Glenn; father of Hattie, Glenn and Jimmie Glenn; first teacher to open a school in the Kedron area of Maury County; son of John D. Warren and Polly W. Crouch)
Information by Rick Gray 9/15/2004.
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