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Welcome To The Cemeteries of
Lawrence County, Tennessee
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Please contact me with your cemetery questions, directions and pictures.
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Randy Hughes

Bishop Chapel Cemetery
Hwy. 43 South to Loretto. Left onto Lexington Hwy. (Hwy. 101) to Bishop Chapel Road on the left. Approx. 3/4 on the left.
Panoramic, Wm. Andrew McDow, Dannie L. Bassham, Rufus L and Mattle L. Bassham, Irene Comer5, Edna Ellen Marks, Albert Sidney and Nancy Lavoma Marks, Luther C. Elmore, Gertrude Whitfield, Talmadge Whitfield

Blue Water Cemetery
Hwy. 43 South at City Limits of Loretto, turn left onto Glendale Road. Approx. 1/2 mile, turn right onto Union Hill Road. Go approx. 2 1/2 miles the church and Cemetery are on top of a hill on the left.
Overview, Thomas Sherman Charles, Mrs. L.E. Charles, Charlie M. Charles, Sallie Flatt, Charlie James, L.Z. James, Bert James, Eliza James

Fairview Cemetery
Hwy. 43 South through Loretto to Beartown Road (1st road on the right after Hwy. 101 intersection).  Go approx. 2 1/2 miles to the intersection of Beartown Rd. and Fairview Rd.. This Cemetery is on 3 corners (of the road) at this intersection.
Panoramic 1, Panoramic 2, Panoramic 3B.H and Bosie Gibbons, J.D. and Maudie Roberts, J.F and Mary Ann Lovell, Villard A. Smith, Rosie Smith, An Overview

Fall River Cemetery
Fall River Road (east) from Lawrenceburg approx. 10 miles to the Fall River community. Turn right onto Clear Creek Road, cemetery is 1/4 ahead on the right.
Old Section, Overview 1, Overview 2, William Hartwell Hagan (Military Marker Civil War - CSA), James Wilson Hagan (Military Marker Civil War - CSA) , John Henry Hagan (Military Marker Civil War - CSA), Hartwell Jones Bumpass (Military Marker - War 1812), Hartwell Jones Bumpass ((a different) Military Marker - War 1812), IMO Frances M.A. Hagan (Military Marker Civil War - CSA), Wm. P. Williams, G.F. Hazelwood, J.W. Williams, Robert E. Jackson, Mamie (Sutton) Jackson, Ualm Jackson Ulam Jackson (Military Marker WWI), M.C. Tidwell, W.G. Tidwell

Hickman Cemetery
Hwy. 64 East to Gimlet Road. Turn right onto street across from 3290 Gimlet Road, then  right onto Paleo's Path.. Cemetery is located behind the 5th house on the right. However, driving to the cemetery can be accomplished by driving to the next street on the right, right into the grass/road a stay to the right.
A.J. Hickman, Martha C. Hickman, Laura J. Hickman, Lucy Hickman, Unknowns, J.D. Hickman, J.R. Hickman, Nannie Hickman, Riley Hickman

Hughes Cemetery
Hwy. 64 East to West Side Road on the right. Turn left onto Lantz Road, go approx. 1 mile to Sunrise Drive on the left. Turn and go approx. 1/4 mile to cemetery on the right.
Panoramic, Overview, Ada and W.H. "Bill" Durham, Archie Durham, (?) Sandusky (W/O (?).W. Sandusky), Matt Schindler, Emma J. Schindler, George Irvin Schindler, Lizzie and Emery Hughes, May Plots 1, May Plots 2

May Cemetery
Hwy. 64 East toward the Airport. Left onto Norton Road. Cemetery is 1/2 mile on the left.
John F. and Lula O. Martin, Edith B. Martin, Hurchel Partain, Mattie Mart(a)in, Leo M. Martin, May Family Plot, Ethel May, Nora M. May, Tennie and John D. May, Tennie and John D. May (inset photo), Clifford E. May, Clifford E. May (Military Marker - WWII), Malcolm A. May, Eugenia and Evelene Roberson, Besty Ann and William Martin, Ary A. Herrin, Ozro D. Martin, Betty Inez Martin, Betty J. Martin, Inf. Son Martin, O.D. Martin

St. Mary's
Hwy. 43 South to Loretto. Left onto Lexington Hwy. (Hwy. 101) approx. 3 miles, across Blue Water bridge to Rascal Town Road on the right. Go approx. 4 1/2 miles to St. Mary's Road on the left. Next road to the right will be Gieske Road. The Cemetery is visible on the left side of Gieske Road.
(Some of these stones are written in German as this was the site of one of the county's first German/Catholic settlements.)
Antonius Bergob, Frances Bergob, Theresia Bergob, Closeup of Theresia Bergob stone, John Roling, Franz Henkel


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