Archive for the ‘Cemeteries’ Category

Skelton Cemetery

by on Sunday, September 14th, 2003

There is a Skelton Cem. off lower Cedar Creek Rd. o­n the Joseph Skelton farm, known as Omega. as there used to be a store and post office in the mid to late 1800.
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James Henry (Jim) Sensing Cemetery

by on Sunday, September 14th, 2003

Est. Nov. 8, 1896

Located o­n Garrett Rd. o­n Johnson Creek
First Person in cemetery

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Rock Church Cemetery

by on Sunday, September 14th, 2003

Rock Church Cemetery is located o­n Rock Church Rd approximately 4 miles north of Highway 70. Directions: East o­n Highway 70 from Dickson approximately 4 miles, north o­n Rock Church Road approximately 3.2 miles. The entrance to the Rock Church is just past the Jones Creek Bridge, to the left. The Cemetery is o­n the hill north of the church building.
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Roberts Cemetery

by on Sunday, September 14th, 2003

This Cemetery, also called Leech Cemetery, is located in Charlotte, Tn.

This is o­nly a partial listing of this Cemetery.

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Potts Cemetery

by on Sunday, September 14th, 2003

Off of Little Bartons Creek Road. Go to Doyle Hunter Road, cross bridge, hold right… there is a sign at the road.
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Owen Cemetery

by on Sunday, September 14th, 2003

The Owen Cemetery is located o­n Rock Springs Rd approximately 6 miles east of Hwy 48.

Directions: North o­n Hwy 48 from Charlotte approximately 4 1/2 miles, Right o­n Stayton-Rock Springs Rd east approximately 6 miles.

History: Began by James Walton Owen and Family in 1955, upon the death of Bennie N. Hamilton, a great-grandson. The site was selected midway between Walton and son Gilbert's homes and was o­n the farm then owned by Gilbert Owen.

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O’Kain Cemetery

by on Sunday, September 14th, 2003

This Graveyard is located o­n the side of a hill among a grove of trees in Northestrn Dickson county o­n property owned at the time by a Jim Lawson who gave my cousin, Thornton Hagewood, permission to take me to it. We had to park about a thousand yards away and walk over a small creek and up the hill. We could not see the graves until we were in the trees. Very overgrown.
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Olds Cemetery

by on Sunday, September 14th, 2003

The OLDS CEMETERY is located o­n Highway 70 East just before crossing the Dickson/Cheatham county line. This cemetery was established in 1900.

This is a well kept cemetery and with many graves there marked o­nly by rocks or home made markers. There are also some graves that have no markers at all.

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Nosegay Cemetery

by on Sunday, September 14th, 2003

Nosegay was established in 1907. There are many graves that are marked with stones and mini Christmas trees. We also did not list the names of those who have stones but are still living.
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Few’s Chapel Cemetery

by on Sunday, August 31st, 2003

Few’s Chapel Cemetery is located o?­n Garner’s Creek Rd. off of U.S. 70W south of Tennessee City. It was deeded to the Methodist Church in 1829 by the Few Family.The cemetery contains several generations of the Few Family, as well as quite a number of people with names ending in Clarke, Vinyard, Baker, Erranton and Gunn.The oldest known monument indicates the date of death as 1801. There are at least two known Confederate veterans (41st Tenn. Inf. and 24th Batt. Tenn SharpShooters), buried there.The most recent burial occurred Jan. 26, 2003.

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