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Lawrence County, Tennessee
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Randy Hughes

Barnesville Cemetery
Hwy. 20 through Summertown approx. 1/2 mile to RailRoad Bed Road on the left. Approx. 4 miles to cemetery on the left.
B.F. Blocker, Luizer Blocker, Mary S. Cothran, Charles and Fannie Hickman, Ernest and Mary Pennington, William and Mary Powell, Rittenberry Graves, Joe W. Rittenberry - Military, Olie E. Staggs - Military, W.C. Stephenson, Josie and William Wiley, A.W. and Cornelia J. Wooten, Hattie and Ernest Wooten

Dobbins Cemetery
From Leoma, take the Rabbit Trail Rd. (Hwy. 98) through the Five Points Community (approx. 10 miles), continue through approx. 4 more miles to Hood Hollow Rd. on the left. Stay on Hood Rd. to the Appleton Community (approx. 5 miles). Stay on Hood Hollow Rd. the the right. Cemetery in ahead approx. 1/2 mile on the right.
This Cemetery has a very unique feature we wish all cemeteries had ... Map1, Map2, Legend

D.A. Anders, Dobbins Graves, A.T. Dobbins, Dobbins Baby, Dobbins Wife (?), Martha Dobbins, Zilpha M. Dobbins, Elizabeth Burgess, George and Nancy Burgess, James H. Burgess, Sarah O. Burgess, Vera Couch, Martha J. Davis, George W. Hammond - Military Marker, Wade Hammonds, Jesse Lee Hood - Military Marker, Mae Hood, Malindy Hood, T.H. Hood, Carrie Norwood, W.R. Norwood, A.M. and J.B. Ridgeway, Earlie C. Ridgeway, Emma L. Ridgeway

Sexton Cemetery
From Leoma, take the Rabbit Trail Rd. (Hwy. 98) through the Five Points Community (approx. 10 miles), turn left onto Five Points Rd.. Continue straight past Five Points Store to Blooming Grove Rd.. Approx. 2 miles to Box Circle on the left. The cemetery in located in the field on the Williams Farm. This is a very large farm that can not be missed. The driveway turns back to the left in the sharp curve to the right. You will have to ask permission as you have to go through a gate and into the field.

John J. Sexton, Elizabeth Sexton, J.D. McMasters, M. C. McMasters, and close-up, Tommie McMasters, Jane and John Smith, Lizzie Shay

St. Truitt Cemetery
From Loretto, take the Lexington Hwy. (Hwy. 101 south) approx. 8 miles. The cemetery is on the right just past Killen Branch Rd.. (Sign)
Ralph and Velie Abercrombie, Andy Allred, Ambros Brown, Sallie Brown, Emmer Johnston, Noble Johnston,
William Johnston - Military, Mary Marrison, Jane Weaver
White (or Shannon) Cemetery
From Leoma, take the Rabbit Trail Rd. (Hwy. 98) approx. 8 1/2 miles to *Day Rd. on the left. Go approx. 1 1/2 mile to a low water bridge. Go across the bridge and turn left into the driveway. Ask permission and directions to the cemetery. However, facing the house, the cemetery is to the right at the wood line approx. 100 yds. behind the old barn.
(*Day Rd. - I didn't see a sign but is noted as such on the Lawrence Co. map.)

D.J. White, Delila White, George White, Melisia Newton, Elizabeth Rogers, Unknown Graves


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