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2001    BERNICE CHERRY

Bernice Cherry, son of Wade and Ruth Bush Cherry, was the husband of Betty Hall Cherry. He was preceded in death by one daughter, Peggy Vick. He was a retired builder.
Sykes Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2002    MARY EDITH ACUNA

Mary Edith Acuna, daughter of Floyd and Lela Baggett Rye, was the wife of Albert Acuna.
Sykes Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2003    WILLIAM H. LUMPKIN

William H. Lumpkin, son of Odie and Hattie Pearl Wallace Lumpkin, was the husband of Willie Mae Lumpkin. He was retired from the U.S. Army and was a member of Masonic Lodge No.579 in Fort Benning, Georgia and lifetime member of the American Legion.
Neal-Tarpley Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2004    JOE W. BOURNE III

Joe W. Bourne III, son of Joe W. II and Kitty Beaumont Bourne, was the husband of Lucile Hampton Bourne. He was retired from B.F. Goodrich.
Neal-Tarpley Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2005    BRENDA JOYCE HUGGINS

Brenda Joyce Gulledge Huggins was the daughter of Ezra B. and Louise Bettis Gulledge.
McReynolds-Nave & Larson Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2006    VIRGINIA GENON HICKERSON

Virginia Genon Hickerson, daughter of Leonard T. and Virginia Moore Hickerson, was the wife of Ernest R. Neblett.
Sykes Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2007    ELIZABETH DARNELL

Elizabeth “Lizzie” Darnell, daughter of Otis and Bessie Clark Howell, was the wife of Homer Darnell.
Sykes Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2008    JESSIE B. ERP NEWBERRY

Jessie B. Erp Newberry, daughter of Robert and Oma Ann Bradley Erp, was the wife of Ernest Newberry.
McReynolds-Nave & Larson Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2009    LEONA CUMMINGS WOOD

Leona Cummings Wood, daughter of Alonzo and Amber Smith Vaughn, was the wife of Dennis Wood. She was an accountant for Montgomery Wards & The Trane Company
McReynolds-Nave & Larson Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2010    E.V. DALY

E.V. Daly was the wife of Hugh I. Daly. She was a retired legal secretary.
Sykes Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2011    HOWARD JOE CLARK

Howard Joe Clark, son of Joe and Cleo Simpson Clark, was the husband of Judy Sowell Clark. Mr. Clark’s remains were cremated with graveside service at Greenwood Cemetery.
Sykes Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2012    VIVIAN A. SKAGGS

Vivian A. Skaggs, daughter of John and Lena Maple Anderson, was the wife of George Skaggs. She was employed by Country Cobbles Shoes & Ray Darnell Mobile Homes.
Sykes Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2013    NELL ELIZA BREWER

daughter of E.B. and Dora Davis Jackson, was the wife of Lucas Vivian Brewer. She was a retired teacher from Moore Elementary School.
McReynolds-Nave & Larson Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2014    ALEX C. SHEPPARD

Alex C. “A.C.” Sheppard, son of William T. and Kate Posey Sheppard Boyd, was the husband of Ernestine Broadbent Sheppard. He was a retired firefighter at Ft. Campbell, Kentucky.
Neal-Tarpley Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2015    MARY JOSEPHINE KONVALINKA

Mary Josephine Konvalinka, daughter of William J. and Josephine Maloney Waugh, was the wife of Harold F. Konvalinka.
McReynolds-Nave & Larson Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2016    SIBYL ST. JOHN DeWIN

Sibyl St. John DeWin, daughter of George and Mae Herning St. John, was the wife of Harold DeWein.
McReynolds-Nave & Larson Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2017    SAMUEL E. WITHEROW

Samuel E. Witherow, son of Robert and Ina Bright Witherow, was the husband of Mary Lorraine Witherow. He was preceded in death by a daughter, Roberta Cross. He was an auto mechanic.
Sykes Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2018    FAITH HICKERSON DYCUS

Faith Hickerson Dycus, daughter of Leonard Travis Hickerson and Virginia Belle Moore Hickerson, was the wife of James Noble Dycus. She was a retired pharmacist.
Sykes Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2019    FRANCES W. McGAVIC

Frances W. McGavic, daughter of Henry W. and Laura Arms Whitlow, was the wife of Elmer E. McGavic. She was retired from B.F. Goodrich Rubber Company.
Neal-Tarpley Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2020    MARY ELIZABETH EDWARDS

Mary Elizabeth Edwards was the daughter of Clarence E. and Veda Ann Roberts Parrish. She was preceded in death by one son, William Eddie Edwards.
Neal-Tarpley Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2021    ROY D. WRIGHT

Roy D. Wright was the son of William Buckner Wright and Suzie Haley Wright. He was the husband of (1) LaUna Powers (2) Clara Goodwin Wright (3) Ethel Garriety Wright. He was a retired shipping foreman with B.F. Goodrich Rubber Company.
Neal-Tarpley Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2022    CLARA LOUISE WRIGHT

Clara Louise Wright, daughter of Robert Lawrence Pyland and Grace Abner Pyland, was the wife of John Joseph Wright. She was preceded in death by a daughter, Clara Jo Potts Hughes.
Neal-Tarpley Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2023    BOBBY LEE ROBERTSON

Bobby Lee Robertson, son of Wade and Minnie Kennedy Robertson, was the husband of Dorothy Proctor Robertson. He was retired from Acmee Boot Company shipping department.
McReynolds-Nave & Larson Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2024    LARRY ELTON OAKES

Larry Elton Oakes, son of Harry E. Oakes and Bernice Hurley Oakes, was the husband of Edith Carter Oakes. He was a retired Command Sergeant Major with the U.S. Army. He was a Vietnam War veteran.
McReynolds-Nave & Larson Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2025    THEODORE BECKETT HAY III

Theodore Beckett Hay III was the son of Theodore Beckett Hay Jr. and Ella Bailey Hay. He was a lawyer for the Department of Children’s Services. He was a member of the Black Jack Hunting Club and a long time youth Soccer Coach
McReynolds-Nave & Larson Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2026    FRED MORGAN FIELD JR.

Fred Morgan Field Jr. was the son of Fred M. Field Sr. and Juanita Kirk. He was an actor, a member of V.F.W. Post #4895, a Mason, a member of the Screen Actors Guild of San Francisco, a member of Clarksville Shriners. Mr. Field was cremated and interred at Greenwood Cemetery.
Neal-Tarpley Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2027    HAROLD SHAW

Harold “Buzzy” Shaw, son of Harold W.G. and Martha Jensen Shaw, was the husband of Gail Reading Shaw. He was production chief with J.C. Johnson Wax and a veteran of the U.S. Army.
Neal-Tarpley Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2028    LUCILE ETHA TRAMILL

Lucile Etha Tramill was the daughter of Lonnie and Viola Shelby Tramill.
Neal-Tarpley Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2029    THOMAS EDDIE CARROLL

Thomas Eddie Carroll was the son of Emyl E. and Clara Bunting Carroll. He was a purchasing manager for Florim USA, a Navy veteran, a member of the Moose Lodge and the Queen City Masonic Lodge #761
Sykes Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2030    HOWARD H. MORRISON

Howard H. Morrison was the son of Bruce L. and Gladys Ussery Morrison. He was retired from H.G. Hills & Wortham Food Store
McReynolds-Nave & Larson Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2031    ANNELIESE GERHARD HELMS

Anneliese “Anne” Gerhard Helms, daughter of Ernest and Louisa Otte Gerhard, was the wife of Henry Lee Helms Jr.
McReynolds-Nave & Larson Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2032    STEVEN PAUL BARLOW

Steven Paul Barlow, son of Raymond and Terryl Lemake Barlow, was the husband of Debbie Ackley Barlow. He was employed by Pasminco Zinc.
Neal-Tarpley Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2033    CHARLES WARREN JR.

Charles_Warren_Jr., son of Charles Madison Warren and Lena Azalee Skelton Warren, was the husband of Frances Hayes Warren. He was the owner and operator of Warren’s Apothecary, a member of Tennessee Pharmacist Association, National Association of Retail Druggist, National Community Pharmacist Association, American Pharmacist Association, Fellow of American College Apothecary, Long Term Care Association charter member, Tennessee Board of Pharmacy, Middle Tennessee Pharmacist Association, Tennessee board of Pharmacy, Hilldale Kiwanis, Clarksville Area Chamber of Commerce, Emergency Pharmacy Disaster Plan for Middle Tennessee and Exotic Birds of America.
He Was a former member of the Clarksville Montgomery County Board of Education, the American Cancer Society Montgomery County Chapter, Co-chairman for the annual “Love Lights a Tree” program and a board member of Journey to Recovery.
McReynolds-Nave & Larson Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2034    ED MATHERLY

Ed “Sonny” Matherly, son of Dewey Leon Matherly and Ruby Mae Graves Matherly, was the husband of Laura E. Sims Matherly. He was a retired Army First Sergeant.
Neal-Tarpley Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2035    SIDNEY WILLIS DAVIS

Sidney Willis Davis, son of Sidney E. Davis and Mary Harris Davis, was the husband of Dorothy Carpenter Davis. He was a retired civil servant and a United States Air Force veteran.
Sykes Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2036    WILBURN WOOTEN

Wilburn “Buck” Wooten, son of William and Tinzie Chester Wooten, was the husband of Jessie Dossett Wooten. He was preceded in death by one son, William Frank Wooten. He was a retired supervisor for the Clarksville Gas & Water Department and an Army veteran of World War II, member of VFW post #4895, American Legion Post #233, Disabled American Veterans Association and the Navy Military Affiliate Radio Systems.
McReynolds-Nave & Larson Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2037    BETTY JEAN VICK

Betty Jean Vick, daughter of Tom and Georgie Elder Rye, was the wife of Jerry B. Vick.
Neal-Tarpley Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2038    DALE ALLIE OTTEN

Dale Allie Otten, son of George and Edna Valma Gaston Otten, was the husband of Sonja Noll Otten. He was retired as a Sergeant from U.S. Army and was a Vietnam and Korean War veteran. He was retired from Montgomery County School System and a member of Chapter 45 of the Disabled American Veterans.
McReynolds-Nave & Larson Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2039    GRACEY L. FARMER

Gracey L. Farmer, son of George Washington Farmer and Katie Mason Farmer, was the husband of Polly L. Farmer. He was preceded in death by one son, Lyle Farmer. He was a retired chief of detectives for the city of Clarksville and an Army veteran, having served in World War II.
Neal-Tarpley Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2040    EDWARD ENGLISH McNEECE

Edward English McNeece, son of William Cecil and Mary Etta Pugh McNeece, was the husband of (1) Estell Neal MacNeice (2) Jane Simpson McNeece. He was salesman and owner of McNeece B-B-Q, a member of Masonic Lodge, Eastern Star and Almenah Shrine.
Neal-Tarpley Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2041    DAVID EZEKIEL

David Ezekiel, son of Mordecai J.B. and Lucille Finisterwale Ezekiel, was the husband of Betty Ezekiel. He served in the U.S. Army and was retired from the United States Postal Service. Was a hospital volunteer and member of the Rural Letter Carriers Association. He was preceded in death by one son, Donald Ray Ezekiel.
Sykes Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2042    BERTHA LEE SUITER

Bertha Lee Suiter, daughter of Willie H. and Elnora Barbee Reed, was the wife of Buford S. Suiter. She was retired from Acme Boot Company.
Sykes Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2043    HILDEGARD KESSLER JARVIS

Hildegard Kessler Jarvis, daughter of Joseph and Anna Kessler, was the wife of Edward L. Jarvis.
McReynolds-Nave & Larson Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2044    HUGH RANDOLPH DARNELL

Hugh Randolph Darnell, son of Jack Robert and Evie Rittenberry Darnell, husband of Doris Welker Darnell. He was retired from Jersey Farms Dairy.
West Harpeth Funeral Home, Nashville, Tennessee, was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2045    FREDA GIBBS

Freda Shelton Gibbs, daughter of Tom and Sally Beard Shelton, was the wife of Burton Frank Gibbs. She was preceded in death by one son, Jack R. Gibbs.
McReynolds-Nave & Larson Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2046    LOLA M. GRAY

Lola M. Gray, daughter of Pete and Sue Clark Morrison, was the wife of John E. Gray Sr. He was a member of VFW Post #2689 Ladies Auxiliary and Post #7 American Legion. She was employed by Grant’s Store in Hunnington, Indiana and the Hunnington County School Corp.
McReynolds-Nave & Larson Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2047    GRACE FORD

Grace Pickering Ford, daughter of William Spencer Pickering and Alice Elizabeth Weakley Pickering, was the wife of Sam W. Ford. She was a chairperson of Farm Bureau Women, a member of the Montgomery County Women’s Club and a volunteer at Gateway Medical Center.
Neal-Tarpley Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2048    SALLIE BYDE MICKLE

Sallie Byde Mickle was the daughter of Clarence and Stella Smith Mickle.
Neal-Tarpley Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2049    TROYCE PAUL HUTCHISON JR.

Troyce Paul Hutchison Jr, son of Troyce Paul Sr. and Marjorie Seay Hutchison, was the husband of Mary Wood Hutchison. He was the co-owner of Hutchison & Williams Music Center, a veteran of World War II. He was formerly on the board of directors of the National Association of Music Dealers and past member of the American Legion and Civitan.
Neal-Tarpley Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2050    ANNIE BELL GREENWELL

Annie Bell Greenwell, daughter of Wiley E. and Dannie Burkhart Hall, was the wife of Frank R. Greenwell. She was a retired Wal-Mart clerk.
McReynolds-Nave & Larson Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2051    MINNIE GRAY

Minnie Walker Gray, daughter of Walter H. and Sara Bell Taylor Walker, was the wife of John Curtin Gray Sr. She was retired from B.F. Goodrich.
Neal-Tarpley Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2052    MARY LOU HILL

Mary Lou Hill, daughter of Andrew Van Smith and Van Cleve Thomas Smith, was the wife of Elmer Hill.
McReynolds-Nave & Larson Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2053    WILLIAM LEO JONES

William Leo Jones, son of Ed and Cora Wall Jones, was the husband of Mary Lewis Roe Jones. He was a furniture salesman, member of New Providence Civitan Club, Clarksville Masonic Lodge #89 and Al Menah Shrine Temple, Nashville Tennessee.
Neal-Tarpley Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2054    ROBERT L. MOORE

Robert L. “Pappy” Moore, son of “Stubby” Bill Moore and Gladys Monnie Harris Moore, was the husband of Mary Jane Moore. He was a retired chief warrant officer with the U.S. Army. Member of Queen City Masonic Lodge #761, life member of veterans of Foreign Wars, life member of the Western Kentucky-Tennessee Association of the 101st and life member of the Vietnam Veterans Association.
McReynolds-Nave & Larson Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2055    DOROTHY A. HEWELL

Dorothy A. Hewell was the daughter of William A. Hewell and Bertha Shinn Hewell. She was the manager of a variety store in Hopkinsville, Kentucky.
Cook-Webb Funeral Home, Guthrie, Kentucky, was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2056    KATHREINE WADE

Katherine Howell Wade, daughter of Horace Howell and Ada Davenport Howell, was the wife of Houston Wade.
Neal-Tarpley Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2057    ALICE ALLEN TAYLOR

Alice Allen Taylor, daughter of Lewis Lowe Allen and Frances Boyd Allen, was the wife of Herman Elwin Taylor. She was retired from Austin Peay State University and a former Kindergarten teacher.
Sykes Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2058    ERNESTINE SCHNEIDER RIVERA

Ernestine Schneider Rivera was the wife of Rigoberto O. Rivera PhD.(born December 14,1934).  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2059    MARY LOUISE GILES

Mary Louise Giles, daughter of Art and Fannie Jones Bishop, was the wife of Marshal Giles. She was retired from Acme Boot Company.
McReynolds-Nave & Larson Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2060    ROBERT H. GREENE

Robert H. Greene, son of Robert H. Green Sr. and Ina Chandler Greene, was the husband of Josephine Mason Greene. He was a pharmacist for Abbot Laboratories. He was a member of Masonic Lodge #89 and Al Menah Shrine Temple and a World War II veteran.
McReynolds-Nave & Larson Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2061    NELLIE WOODARD

Nellie Smallwood Woodard, daughter of Forest Smallwood and Elizabeth Donnivan Smallwood, was the wife of Leroy Woodard.
McReynolds-Nave & Larson Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2062    ANN ROE COLLIER

Ann Roe Collier, daughter of John Henry Roe and Fannie Huffman Roe, was the wife of John Collier. She was a former employee of McNeil & Edwards and the State of Tennessee Job Service.
Neal_Tarpley Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2063    BRANDON INGHAM

Brandon Ingham, son of William Fulton Ingham and Ethel Susan Adkins Ingham, husband of Mary Fay Hall Ingham. He was an attorney in private practice and served as an assistant district attorney in Montgomery County from 1963 - 1985.
Neal-Tarpley Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2064    ISOBLE T. GRIZZARD

Isoble T. Grizzard, daugher of Frank P. Taylor and Pearl Acree Taylor, was the wife of Bailey M. Grizzard. She was preceded in death by one son, Richard K. Grizzard. She was a retired teacher.
Sykes Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2065    FRANCES VADEN

Frances Halliburton Vaden, daughter of John Howard Halliburton and Sarah Barbee Halliburton, was the wife of Maj. Woodrow W. Vaden.
Sykes Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2066    FRED THOMAS NORMAN

Fred Thomas Norman was the husband of Vianna Newman Norman(born Apr.10,1952).  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2067    HUGH H. SHELTON

Hugh H. Shelton was the husband of Glenna Mae Shelton(born May 16,1937).  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2068    THOMAS DAVID MOSS

Thomas David Moss, son of Mack and Ora Martin Moss, was the husband of Frances Blair Moss. Mr. Moss was an aerospace mechanic and a real estate agent.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2069    MICHAEL SCOTT HANCOCK

Sgt. Michael Scott Hancock died October 24,2003 in Mosul, Iraq. He was the son of Michael R. Hancock and Linda Youngblood. Mr. Hancock was a sergeant in the U.S. Army and was a member of the All Army Ten-Miler Team
Sykes Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2070    JAMES K. MILES

James K. Miles, son of Jack B. and Edith Gordon Miles, was the husband of Carolyn Wolf Miles. He was preceded in death by a son, Reed W. Miles and a daughter, Chris Miles. Mr. Miles worked in the commercial radio and newspaper industries. He served in the U.S. Army Corps and was a professional musician.
Neal_Tarpley Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2071    THEODORE BECKETT HAY JR.

Theodore Beckett Hay Jr., son of Theodore Beckett Hay and Elizabeth Browne Hay, was the husband of Ella Bailey Hay. He was preceded in death by a son, Theodore Beckett Hay III. Mr. Hay was a retired school teacher. He was a member of National Rifle Association and past president of the Tennessee Archaeological Society.
McReynolds-Nave & Larson Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2072    HOMER RAY DARNELL

Homer Ray “Blockhead” Darnell, son of Kell and Rosa Lisenbee Darnell, was the husband of Climmie Elizabeth Hewell Darnell.
Sykes Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2073    JANET L. BEAL

Janet L. Beal was the daughter of James E. and Rosie Parker Beal. She was a supervisor with Super 8 Motels.
Foston Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2074    DOROTHY CORGAN

Dorothy Van Buskirk Corgan, daughter of Charles Lewis Van Buskirk and Marie Musgrove Van Buskirk, was the wife of James X. Corgan. Mrs. Corgan was a teacher with the Clarksville-Montgomery County School System and managed 14 state park-based Elderhostel programs for Austin Peay State University.
Neal-Tarpley Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2075    GEORGE ROBERT SYKES

George Robert Sykes, son of George Andrew Sykes and Tennie Hunt Sykes, was the husband of Lena McClain Sykes. He was a funeral director at Sykes Funeral Home and Crematory.
Sykes Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2076    LAWRENCE GILL YOUNG

Lawrence Gill Young was the son of Lacy M. and Emily L. Gill Young. Mr. Young was a rental property owner.
Sykes Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2077    AGNES T. WHEELER

Agnes T. Wheeler, daughter of John Coleman and Mary Elizabeth Gilroy, was the wife of Major Robert M. Wheeler Sr. She was preceded in death by a son, Donald Wheeler.
Sykes Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2078    MINERVA REBECCA WARREN

Minerva Rebecca Warren was thedaughter of William F. and Edna Gibson Warren. Ms. Warren was a clerk at Cumberland Electric Membership Corporation. Entombment at Greenwood Cemetery
Neal-Tarpley Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2078    LEONA H. PARCHMAN

McReynolds, Nave & Larson Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2079    HARRY McLEOD

Dr. Harry Lynwood McLeod
McReynolds-Nave & Larson Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2080    VERA PHILLIPS FRAIZER

Vera Phillips Fraizer, daughter of Moore & Annie Jones Phillips, was the wife of Ernest L. Frazier. Vera and Ernest were married March 19,1956.
McReynolds-Nave & Larson Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2081    MARGARET LEECH

Margaret Harper Leech was the daughter of Alfred Leonidas Harper & Sarah Morris Harper. She married Herbert N. Leech January 15,1865.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2082    BETTY CRAYTON BEAUMONT

Betty Crayton (Drayton?) Beaumont, daughter of John T. Drayton & Mrs. J.F. Gore, was the wife of Dr. William E. Beaumont.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2083    ELLA NAI LEGATE

Ella Nai Legate, daughter of William W. & Jennie Webb Legate, was the wife of Morris W. Legate.
Tarpley Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2084    WILLIAM MARSHALL WELKER

William_Marshall_Welke, son of George & Monan Bowers Welker, was the husband of Alice Morrow Welker.
McReynolds Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2085    BUFORD THOMAS

Buford Thomas, son of John & Lou Evans Thomas, was the husband of Mabel Stavely Thomas.
Tarpley Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2086    EUNICE ELEANOR REED

Eunice Eleanor Barbee Reed, daughter of Ike & Iva O’Brien Barbee, was the wife of Willie Herschel Reed.
McReynolds Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2087    SABIA ARNETT SMITHFIELD

Sabia Arnett Smithfield, daughter of Samuel Arnett & Francis Bell Arnett, was the wife of John W. Smithfield.
Tarpley Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2088    ALICE ELIZABETH SMITH

Alice Elizabeth Smith was the daughter of Bailey P. and Clara Bradley Ellis. She was married to (1) Carl W. Cole (2) Herman Smith. Mrs. Smith was a member of the Gold Star Wives and the United Methodist Women.
Sykes Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2089    WILLIAM RILEY BROWN

William Riley Brown, son of Nelson & Mary Foust Brown, was the husband of Amanda Ann Stephens. They were married December 15,1859. He was a farmer and produce broker.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2090    JESSE BAILEY BROWN

Jesse Bailey Brown, son of William Riley & Amanda Ann Stephens Brown, was the husband of Lillie Sarah Brown. They were married October 26,1902. Lillie was born in 1883.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2091    SUE ELLA BROWN CROTZER

Sue Ella Brown Crotzer, daughter of Alonzo & Elizabeth Brown, was the wife of William J. Crotzer. They were married January 7,1909. William was born 1859, died 1929. Buried in Greenwood Cemetery.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2092    ROBERT SAMUEL BROWN

Robert Samuel Brown, son of Alonzo & Elizabeth Brown, was the husband of Ruth Elizabeth Ussery Brown. They were married October 29,1919. Ruth was born 1899, died after 1930.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2093    MARY VIRGINIA BROWN

Mary Virginia Brown was the daughter of Alonzo & Elizabeth Brown.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2094    ARTHUR THOMAS BROWN

Arthur Thomas Brown was the son of Hervey M. Brown & Frances Elizabeth Brown Collier.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2095    IRL CHRISTOPHER BROWN

Irl Christopher Brown, son of Ephraim Porter Russell & Pauline Rebecca Brown Russell, was the husband of Ruby Ethel Winn Brown. They were married March 16,1920. Ruby was born Jan.10,1902, died Apr.18,1968.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2096    DAYSE DOROTHY DALTON

Dayse Dorothy Dalton was the wife of Christopher Columbus Brown.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2097    CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS BROWN

Christopher Columbus “Lum” “C.C.” Brown, son of William Riley & Amanda Ann Stephens Brown, was the husband of (1) Georgia Current Brown--married Dec.20,1894, born 1867, died 1910 of pneumonia (2) Dayse Dorothy Dalton--married 1914
As a young man he and his brothers and father decided to go into business together where they operated a successful tobacco business called Brown Brothers. Sometime after this, he and James Adams created the firm Adams and Brown and operated a factory in Clarksville for many years.
C.C. was financially successful and a pillar of his community. He was co-founder and later vice president of the First Trust and Savings Bank of Clarksville.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2098    DAVID HALLIBURTON CURRENT

David Halliburton Current, son of Hugh Andrew & Elizabeth Grant Halliburton, was the husband of Blanche B. Hunt Current. They were married May 30,1891. Blanche was born December 15,1864, died November 1,1946. He was a clothing tailor.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2099    EMILIE REDMAN CAROLAND

Emilie “Emily” Redman Caroland was the wife of Charles A. Caroland. They were married in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, September 1849.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2100    CORDELIA ANN CAROLAND

Cordelia “Cordie” Ann Caroland, daughter of Hugh Andrew & Elizabeth Grant Halliburton, was the wife of Jefferson Crittendon Caroland. They were married February 17,1892.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2101    HAZEL MAX SMITH

Hazel Max Coffee Smith, daughter of Virgil and Lily Cole Coffee, was the wife of Emmitt H. Spurgeon. She was the former owner of a mattress and upholstery business in New Mexico.
Neal-Tarpley Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2102    THOMAS JOSEPH McCABE SR

Thomas Joseph McCabe Sr. married Margaret Connelly. Both were born in Galway, Ireland and were married in County Kildare, Ireland. Thomas was in Private Military Unit: 10th Infantry Regiment Company. He was severely wounded in the war.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2103    THELMA H. HAYES LYLE

Thelma H. Hayes Lyle, daughter of John Henry Hayes and Gracie Foster Hayes Comer, was the wife of Howard Odell Lyle who preceded her in death on December 24, 1968.
Sykes Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2104    LYDIA FRANCES HAMILTON

Lydia Frances Hamilton, daughter of Rollie and Alice Wright Condra, was the wife of James D. Hamilton. She was a member of RC&D, Montgomery County Farm Bureau and OF&H.
Sykes Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2105    ALLEN THURMOND COLEMAN

Allen Thurmond Coleman was the son of Sallie Susan Dillard and Charles Lee Coleman. He was the husband of (1) May Mosley Coleman (2) Margaret “Margie” McGregor Coleman. Allen rode the trains as a hobo during his early years.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2106    TERESA ANDREWS

Teresa Andrews was the daughter of Ed & Julia Bradberry and the late Jimmy Andrews. She graduated from Montgomery Christian Academy in 1991. She Loved NASCAR Legion Dale Earnheart. Also collecting Teddy Bears & Beanie Babies. She was interested in Poetry and had a few published poems. She loved Photography with her Fiancé Mark.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2107    WILLIAM WESLEY

Neal-Tarpley Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2108    QUINTUS C. ATKINSON
Private Quintus C. Atkinson married Sally McKoin February 12,1865. Private Atkinson served in Company A, 49th Tennessee Infantry Regiment, Confederate States of America. He was a member of Forbes United Confederate Veterans, Clarksville, Tennessee
.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2109    ALFRED MINOR ANDERSON

Alfred Mionor Anderson married Bettie Lindsey Watson November 10,1868. He was a Confederate soldier who served with honor in Company A, 14th Tennessee Infantry Regiment.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2110    JOHN B. ALLEN

John B. Allen served in Company F, 8th Texas Cavalry and served under the command of Col. Nathan Bedford Forrest, Confederate States of America.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2111    FRANK E. ADKINS

Lt. Col. Frank Adkins was the Commanding Officer of the 50's, 313 Fighter Squadron in P-47's. He achieved ace status on August 26, 1944, when he downed two German Bf-109's near Elbauf at 1445 hours. Adkins three previous victories were scored in the Pacific Theater.
Frank E. Adkins    
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2112    FRANK MOORE ADAMS

Private Frank Moore Adams served in Company C, 1st Kentucky Infantry Confederate States of America. He was captured at Battle of Buffington Island, Ohio in 1863 with his other three brothers. They were sent to Camp Morton, Illinois prisoner of war camp where he died. The family traveled to Illinois and brought his body back home.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2113    OLIVE CAINES ABERNATHY

Neal-Tarrpley Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2114    JAMES MONROE BEARD

James Monroe Beard, son of Elisha F. and Jeanette Ward Beard or Baird, was the husband of Nancy Elizabeth.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2115    JETHRO BASS

Private Jethro Bass served in Company D, 14th Tennessee Infantry Regiment, Confederate States of America. He was buried in The Land Between the Lakes in Stewart County, Tennessee but his family was reinterred in Greenwood Cemetery. His family members were Ann Locke Bass, Walter, & Alice Hendon Bass.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2116    WILLIE MAI BALTHROP

Willie Maie Butts Balthrop, wife of Ray "Beck" Thomas Balthrop Sr., was the daughter of Willie Russell & Sadie Wilson Butts.Mrs. Balthrop was a licensed practical nurse at Gateway Medical Center.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2117    JOHN PETTY BALTHROP

John Petty Balthrop, son of William Henry & Mary German Givens Balthrop, Jr., was the husband of Pearl Lee Davis.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2118    JOHN HARTWELL BALTHROP

John Hartwell Balthrop, son of John Christian & Nancy A. White Balthrop, was the husband of Mary Jane Gupton. He was wounded in action at Vicksburg, Mississippi. and lost his right thigh. He was a member of Confederate Veterans Organization in Clarksville, Tennessee Forbes Bivouac.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2119    JOHN DARTHON BALTHROP

John Darthon Balthrop was the son of John Petty and Pearl Lee Davis Balthrop, was the husband of Zelma Ruby Fletcher.He was an Exxon Distributor and a U.S. Marine veteran of World War II.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2120    JAMES EDMUND BAILEY

James Edmund Bailey was a Confederate colonel for the 49th Tennessee infantry during the Civil War. He was also a Democrat Senator from Tennessee from 1877-1881.
James Edmond Bailey    
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2121    HAROLD DENE BAILEY

Neal-Tarpley Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2122    R.B. BLACKWELL

R.B. Blackwell was born in Montgomery County, Tennessee the son of William Troy Blackwell and Etta Neblett Blackwell. He was retired plant manager of the Acme Boot Company where he worked for 42 years. He was married to Opal Nolan for 61 years.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2123    PHIL G. BIGGERS

Phil G. Biggers--United sates Army-World War II.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2124    ANGELINE MARIE CARNIVALE

Angeline Marie Carnivale was the daughter of Dominick Simione and Janet Weimer Simione. She was the wife of (1) Minor Taylor (2) Patsy Carnivale. She was preceded in death by her sons, David Taylor and Ronald Carnivale. She was retired from Northside Hospital in Youngstown, Ohio.
Neal-Tarpley Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2125    COLE SPENCER DANIEL

Private Cole Spencer Daniel served with honor in Company A, 2nd Kentucky Cavalry under Col. Thomas Woodard, Confederate States of America. His brother was William Madison Daniel, who served in Company A, 14th Tennessee Infantry Regiment and in the 13th Virginia Cavalry. They were the sons of Cole Spencer Daniel and Martha Ann Foster.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2126    FONTAINE DeGRAFFENRIED DANIEL

Fontaine DeGraffenried was the son of William Madison Daniel, Jr. and Margaret (Mittie) DeGraffenreid Daniel.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2127    WILLIAM F. COULTER

William F. Coulter was the son of Robert S. Coulter and Frances C. Bradley and the brother of Robert Theodore Coulter. He served in Company K, Wood's Confederate Cavalry.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2128    ROBERT THEODORE COULTER

Capt. Robert Theodore Coulter was the son of Robert S. Coulter and Frances C. Bradley. He was the brother of William F. Coulter who served in Co. K Wood's Cavalry. Captain Robert T. Coulter, was commander of Company B, 49th Tennessee Infantry Regiment, CSA. He was killed in action at the Battle of Franklin, Tennessee.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2129    DANIEL ALAN COULTER

Daniel Alan Coulter was the son of Brian and Tammy Clapp. He was an 11th-grade student at Northwest High School and a member of the JROTC
C.O.D.--car accident  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2130    WILLIAM MADISON DANIEL JR.

William Madison Daniel Jr. was the son of William was the son of William Madison Daniel, Sr. and Martha Foster Daniel.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2131    SINLAIR DANIEL

Sinclair Daniel was the son of Robert Daniel and his second wife Virginia Thompson.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2132    SOREN T. DANIEL

Soren T. Daniel was the son of Sinclair and Helen Daniel. Sgt. U.S. Marine Corps.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2133    WALTER H. DRANE

Walter H. Drane was the father of Hugh M. & James M. Drane. He was a surgeon of the 14th Tennessee Infantry Regiment CSA.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2134    JAMES M. DRANE

James M. Drane was the brother of Hugh M. Drane & son of Dr. Walter H. Drane. Private Co.A, 14th Tenn. Infantry CSA. KIA at Cheat Mountain, Virginia.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2135    FRANK M. DITMORE

Frank M. Ditmore was a football coach of Clarksville High School.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2136    GEORGE H. DEAN

George H. Dean was the son of George H. and Belle B. Deal Dean. He had been a resident of Clarksville most of his life. He married Miss Theresa Sullivan On February 8,1908.Mr. Dean formerly operated a service station at Third and Madison streets but retired some years ago because of impaired health.
C.O.D.---heart ailment
Murphy & Thornton Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2137    BERTHA BELLE DEAN

Bertha Belle Trotter Dean, daughter of the late Daniel and Virginia Trotter, was the wife of John Dean.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2138    JOSEPH W. BOURNE

Pvt. Joseph W. Bourne served with honor in Company G, 49th Tennessee Infantry Regiment, Confederate States of America. He was wounded in action at Farmington, Tennessee and a POW captured twice. The first time he was captured at Ft. Donelson. He later joined Woodard's 2nd KY Cavalry and served until the end of the war.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2139    L.F. BEECH

L.F. Beech is buried next to David N. Kennedy and his wife Julia Franklin Beech.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2140    MATTIE CONRAD BEAUMONT

Mattie Conrad Beaumont is buried with her husband Sterling Francisco Beaumont and daughter Mary Boyd Beaumont. She was the daughter of George C. & Ann N. Conrad.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2141    MARY BOYD BEAUMONT

Mary Boyd Beaumont was the daughter of Sterling Francisco Beaumont and Mattie Conrad.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2142    JOHN B. BEARD

John B. Beard was the son of Elisha F. Beard or Baird and Jeanette Ward, he married Ida Mary Roberts in 1902 in E. St. Louis, Illinois
His grave is unmarked.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2143    LEON SYKES BUCY

Sykes Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2144    WILLIAM RUFUS BRINGHURST JR.

Sgt. William R. Bringhurst Jr. served with honor in Company A, 2nd Kentucky Cavalry, Confederate States of America. His statue is on the Confederate Monument in Greenwood Cemetery in Clarksville, Tennessee.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2145    MAURICE LORING BREWER

Maurice L. Randle was a retired E-8 in the U.S. Army 5th Special Forces Unit. With several trips to Vietnam. He retired in 1971. He was a civil service employee at Ft. Campbell Kentucky when he died.
C.O.D.---heart attack  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2146    LEWIS W. BOURNE

Sgt. Lewis W. Bourne enlisted November 29,1861 Company A, 49th Tennessee Infantry Regiment, CSA. He served all throughout the Army of Tennessee and finally surrendered at Citronella, Alabama May 4,1865. He was a member of the Confederate Veterans group in Clarksville, Tennessee Forbes Bivouac.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2147    MICHAEL DEVERS

Michael "Tyrone" Devers
Sykes Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2148    FRANK PATTON GRACEY

Captain Francis “Frank” Patton Gracey was a member of 1st Kentucky Light Artillery Company, a Confederate Veteran and successful businessman. The Clarksville, Tennessee Chapter of Sons of Confederate Veterans Camp 225 is called the Frank P. Gracey Chapter. He was also awarded the SCV Medal of Honor.
Frank_Patton_Gracey    
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2149    RUFUS GOOSTREE

Pvt. Rufus Goostree was a Confederate soldier, a member of Company A, 14th Tennessee Infantry Regiment. He surrendered at Appomattox Court House, Virginia.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2150    JOHN ALEXANDER GHOLSON

Dr. John Alexander Gholson was the son of Milton G. Gholson and Maria Louisa Rogers. He married Margaret Eudora Lyle, May 22,1860. He was a Confederate soldier, serving in Company B 14th Tennessee Infantry Regiment.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2151    SARA THOMAS GAFFORD

Sarah Thomas Hogue Gafford, daughter of Lonnie Hogue and Florence Byard Hogue, was the wife of Hubert Gafford. She was preceded in death by a sister, Nancy Elizabeth Hogue; and a very close friend, Gordon Evans. She was retired from Clarksville Memorial Hospital.
Neal-Tarpley Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2152    G.L. FRECH

G.L. Frech was the son of Robert L Frech and Laura Rudolph. He married Pauline Harris December 24,1927.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2153    THOMAS FOSTER

Thomas Foster was the husband of Dixie Bridgewater.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2154    DIXIE FOSTER

Dixie Bridgewater Foster, daughter of Herman Brunell Bridgewater & Effie A Nichols, was the wife of Thomas Foster.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2155    RANDY LEE FINNEY

Randy Lee Finney, son of Frank and Dorothy Finney of Clarksville, Tennessee, was the husband of Erin A. Finney.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2156    WILLIAM JAMISON ELY

William Jamison Ely is buried with his second wife Johnie B. Ely and twin sons who died August 30,1876.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2157    JOHNIE BROWN ELY

Johnie Brown Ely is buried with her husband William Jamison Ely and her twin sons who died August 30,1876.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2158    HORACE T. HERNDON

Horace T. Herndon had been a partner of the late Clifford Walters, D. T. Long and Ray P. Weller at the New Star Tobacco Warehouse in Shelbyville and served as an auctioneer.
He was a partner with the late Ray P. Weller in the founding of the Shelby County Locker Company which was located at Third and Main Streets in Shelbyville. He was also a partner in the farm machinery distributorship of Gehl Farm Equipment with Mr. Weller.
He was a member of the American Legion and the Masonic Lodge.
Mr. Herndon was married to Mrs. Lillie Ferguson Herndon.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2159    JOHN FORD HOUSE

I have two b&d dates for Mr. House. born Jan.8,1827 - died Jan. 8,1904 and Jan.9,1837 - June 28,1904. John Ford House was a U.S. Congressman. He served as a U.S. Representative from Tennessee from 1875 to 1883. He married Julia Franklin Beech Jan.7,1851.
John Ford House    
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2160    THOMAS W. HOGUE

Thomas W. Hogue was the husband of Willie Ada Mixon-Williams Hogue. He was the step-son of J.B. Williams.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2161    WILLIE ADA HOGUE

Willie Ada Mixon Hogue was the wife of Thomas W. Hogue. She was the mother of J.B. Williams. Sister of Hattie Mixon Grimes, Robert Mixon and Mary Mixon Vick.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2162    GUSTAVUS ADOLFUS HENRY SR.

Gustavas Adolfus Henry was a CSA Senator. A native of Scott County, Kentucky, he moved to Clarksville, Tennessee in 1833, set up a successful law practice and quickly became a leader of the Whig Party. While in Kentucky he served in that state’s legislature from 1831 to 1833 and later he was a member of the Tennessee legislature in 1851. He was an excellent orator and traveled the state in support of Whig causes. In 1853 he lost a bid to become Tennessee’s governor to Democrat Andrew Johnson. From 1862 to 1865 he served as a Confederate Senator from Tennessee. After the war he returned to Clarksville where he continued his law practice and remained active in politics, as a member of the Democratic Party.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2163    JOHN F. HENRY

John F. Henry was the son of Gustavus Adolfus Henry. Inscription on tombstone: Major 4th Tennessee Infantry Killed at Shiloh, Tennessee.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2164    GUSTAVUS ADOLFUS HENRY JR.

Gustavus Adolfus Henry Jr. was the son of Gustavus Adolfus Henry Sr. He was born 1838 and died 1882. Inscription on tombstone: Tennessee Confederate Inspector General.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2165    PATRICK HENRY

Patrick Henry was the son of Gustavus Adolfus Henry and great grandson of Patrick Henry. inscription on tombstone: Co. D, Virginia Military Institute.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2166    ANNA LOWE HEFLIN

Anna Lowe Heflin was the daughter of Bruce and Barbara Ledbetter Heflin and the granddaughter of William Allen Ledbetter.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2167    ALMA V. HASSELL

Alma V. Minor Hassell was the daughter of William H Minor and Sallie Wyatt and wife of E F Hassell.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2168    HOWARD HART

Howard Hart was the son of Sam and Nancy Hart.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2169    SUSIE WADE HART

Susie Wade Hart, daughter of Jim Wade and Rebecca Willard, was the wife of Samuel Hart who died October 9,1958.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2170    GEORGE LEVI HART

George Levi Hart was the son of George Washington Hart & Sarah French.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2171    CAVE JOHNSON

Cave Johnson trained as a lawyer, Johnson served in the U. S. Congress as a representative from Tennessee from 1829 to 1837 and again from 1839 to 1845. Appointed by President James Polk in 1845 to U. S. Postmaster General, he held that office until 1849. He was president of the Bank of Tennessee from 1854 to 1860.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2172    MARY GRACE JAMESON

Mary Grace “Duerr” Keith Jameson was the daughter of Billy Townson and Martha Sanford Keith. She was married to Timothy “Tim” Jameson
C.O.D.---bladder cancer.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2173    ROBERT WEST HUMPHREYS

Robert West Humphreys graduated at Harvard University 1846, commanded a Company in the Mexican War, and Practiced Law in Clarksville For 30 Years.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2174    DOUGLAS & CHARLIE HUMPHRIES

Douglas and Charlie Humphries are two separate graves. Both tombstone inscriptions say: Our Precious Babies.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2175    MATHEW MORRIS KERR

Mathew Morris Kerr was born in Sanqubar, Dumfreieshire, Scotland in 1807. He was married to Nancy Edmonia Kerr.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2176    NANCY EDMONIA KERR

Nancy Edmonia Kerr was the wife of Mathew Morris Kerr.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2177    WILLIAM MORRIS KERR

William Morris Kerr was the son of Mathew Morris Kerr. He was a Confederate Soldier.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2178    ROBERT J. KEESEE

Inscription: Co.B, 14th Tennessee Infantry CSA. Note: Captured at Fair Oaks and died as a POW  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2179    BRENDA KEY JONES

Brenda Kay Wilson Jones was the daughter of Edward Jess Wilson and Margaret Dority Wilson. She was born in Stuttgart, Germany. Mrs. Jones and her parents owned and operated Wilson's Catfish House for the past 28 years. She was the wife of Dale Jones.
Sykes Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2180    SIDNEY MONROE JOHNSON

Sidney Monroe Johnson was the son of Fred Monroe and Movaline Steely Johnson.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2181    IVALEE BURNEY JOHNSON

Ivalee Burney Johnson was the daughter of Maxie Thomas Burney and Ellen Sykes Burney. She was married to Spencer Johnson for 64 years. She taught Sunday school for 45 years, was a volunteer for Memorial Hospital. She was Past Matron of No. 202 Order of The Eastern Star, Past Grand Matron of Tennessee and past secretary of Mary Morrison order of the Eastern Star.
Neal-Tarpley Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2182    DELMAR WILLIAM MANNERS

Delmar William Manners, son of George Irvin Manners and Effie Howell Austin Manners, was the husband of Margaret Morrison Manners. He was preceded in death by a sister, Ella Mae Chester; a brother, Gilbert Manners; and a great-grandchild, Joseph Reeves. Delmar served in the U.S. Army during World War II and was a retired farmer and civil service employee.
Sykes Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2183    CHARLES T. McCLELLAN

McReynolds-Nave & Larson Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2184    PATSY G.LYLE

Patsy Geraldine Rudolph Lyle attended Clarksville schools and graduated from Sophie Newcomb College in New Orleans, Louisiana, where she was a member of Chi Omega sorority. She was the wife of Philip L. Lyle.
McReynolds-Nave & Larson Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2185    CHARLES W. LURTON

Private Charles W. Lurton was killed in action while on a raid near Kearneysville, West Virginia. He was a member of Col. John Singleton Mosby's Calvary and they captured a Baltimore & Ohio train and $173,000 from Union paymaster.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery

2186    MARGARET LANDER

Margaret Grant Lander was the daughter of William A. Grant and Nora Brown. She was married to David Lander.  Back to Greenwood Cemetery



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