We wish to express our gratitude to Margaret Cummings Snider and Joan Hollis Yorgason for their diligent work in compiling the Sumner County Cemetery Book ©1981, and our thanks for allowing us to post these records.
Typed by Jan J. Barnes
5 8/10 mi. east of Gallatin on Hwy 25 and 5 2/10 mi. south on Harsh Lane; then west on Belotes Bend Road 1/10 mi. Cemetery is south of the road approximately 400 yds. in a wooded area.
WILKES, John F. 14 Jul 1860 - 12 Nov 1903
WILKES, Elizabeth F. Fakes Wife of J. V. Wilkes 1831 - 14 Jun 1895
BELOTE, John 19 Aug 1788 - 30 Aug 1826
ROPER, Margaret Wife of John Roper 13 Oct ____ - 2 Sep ____
Marr 4 Jan ?
Aged 49 (19) yrs 10 mos. (stone damaged)
McDANIEL, Mrs. Nancy 28 Apr 1811 - 2 Jun 1843
Mr. and Mrs. John Lee Swaney found the following stone in 1964
BELOTE, Margaret E. Wife of John Y. Belote 18 Dec 17? - 4 Jan 17?
Also known to be buried here according to Mr. and Mrs. Swaney are the following:
HAMILTON, James Calvert born 1818
HAMILTON, Patsy born 1824
HAMILTON, John Also his two wives and two of his children
BELOTE, Henry Also his wife and other members of his family
SWANEY, Annie Belote Also other members of the first families
who settled in
BENTLEY, James Also thought to be buried here instead of
in the Bentley Cemetery)
BENTLEY, Elizabeth Bird further down in the Bend. )
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