Archive for May, 2003

Jackson Chapel Cemetery

by on Saturday, May 10th, 2003

Jackson Chapel Church Cemetery is located in Dickson County, Tennessee
on state highway 49 between Charlotte and Ashland City.
Is easily accessible (in the church yard) and well maintained.

The names and dates shown here were transcriptions directly from tombstones
in the Jackson Chapel Church Cemetery. Included are persons who died between
01 January 1966 and 18 October 1999 (date transcriptions were recorded).
Transcriptions showing deaths prior to 01 January 1966 can be found in the
publication ‘Dickson County, Tennessee Cemetery Records, Part I’ revised edition.
Compiled by Jill K. Garrett and Iris Hopkins McClain and published by Ram
Press, P.O. Box 3315, Vista, CA 92085.

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Jackson Cemetery

by on Saturday, May 10th, 2003

From Highway 48, (which runs between Dickson and Clarksville), take Stayton Road to Jackson Lane. Turn right o­nto Jackson Lane, go o­ne mile to Story Road. Turn left o­n Story Road and go 1/4 to 1/2 mile to a farm road o­n the left. Take the farm road to the cemetery.
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Jackson – Eleazer Cemetery

by on Saturday, May 10th, 2003

From Montgomery Bell Park’s Visitor’s Center parking lot turn right, (south) onto Jackson Hill Road, ( the Parks main road), and travel 0.3 miles. At this point you will encounter a “y”shaped intersection. Bear to the left and travel an additional 0.1 mile. The cemetery is on the right and marked by a sign.
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Hutton Cemetery

by on Saturday, May 10th, 2003

Hutton Cemetery is located in Dickson County o­n Highway 70, o­n the right hand side of the road just before entering the City of White Bluff, Tennessee. This cemetery is very well taken care of and surrounded by Black Wrought Iron Fence. o­n the Fence there are two Plaques. Land given by Henry M. Hutton” “Fence given by Great-Grandaughter Eunice V. Hutton” “In Loving Memory of John W. & Martha B. Hutton” I hope to have the entire cemetery transcribed and o­n this page in just a few more weeks..Please be patient and bear with me…
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Hudson Family Cemetery

by on Saturday, May 10th, 2003

This is a private cemetery on the Hudson homestead, mentioned in the will of John Washington Hudson (1819-1891). The Hudson homestead was part of a livery stable, inn and saloon that was run by the Hudson family (John and his brothers) on the old stagecoach route to Memphis, TN. The following markers have been found to date:
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Hickerson Cemetery

by on Saturday, May 10th, 2003

Two miles north of Charlotte on Highway 48, left side of road.
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Hickorywood Cemetary

by on Saturday, May 10th, 2003

From highway 47 west,take Claylick road(highway 250). The cemetery is right beside Hickorywood Church of Christ in a grove of trees.
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Hayes Cemetery

by on Saturday, May 10th, 2003

On Little Barton's Creek Road, from Vanleer, take the road to Slayden, turn right o­n Barton's Creek Road. Watch for Hayes Cemetery Road o­n left about 2 miles.
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Hampton Cemetery

by on Saturday, May 10th, 2003

From Charlotte, take Hwy 48 N. to Stayton Rd. Turn right on Stayton Road and go to Jackson Lane. Turn Right on Jackson Lane, go to Story Rd, and turn left on Story Rd. There is a red brick house on the corner of Jackson Lane and Story Rd. Just past the house there is a concrete wall with concrete steps leading up into the cemetery.
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Hall Cemetery

by on Saturday, May 10th, 2003

Turn Right from the Highway 47 entrance of Montgomery Bell Park, onto Highway 47. Proceed three miles and turn right onto Buddy Road. Proceed another 0.6 miles and turn right onto Hall Cemetery Road. Hall Cemetery is found at the end of this gravel road, 1.5 miles. The circular drive within the Cemetery divides the graves into two sectons, east and west.
Special thanks to Sam Reed who compiled this list and gave permission to publish it on the WWW.

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