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Lawrence County, Tennessee
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Please contact me with your cemetery questions, directions and pictures.
Thanks,
Randy Hughes


Liberty Grove Cemetery
Hwy. 43 South to Loretto. Left onto Lexington Hwy. (Hwy. 101) to Liberty Grove Church at Fairview Road on the right. Cemetery is behind/beside the Church.
Panoramic, Gather Vinson, Inf. of H.H. Vinson, Etter Mae Vinson, Jennie Hendrix, Stephen Hanson, R.H. Wilcoxson, Wm. T. Sims, (My Friend) - Kevin Bruce Fowler, Ruby Ima Jewel, Sine D. Pruett, Wm. H. Pruett, Howard H. Vinson, James D. and Maggie Vinson
Loretto United Christian Church Cemetery
Located on the West Point Road approx. 5 miles from Hwy. 43 at Busby/Loretto.
The Cemetery is on the right behind the LUC Church.
Overview 2, Ayers Monument front, Ayers Monument back

McLean Cemetery
West Point Road South 5.5 miles to Knob Creek Road on the right. Approx. 5 miles to a 3-way intersection. This Cemetery is in the field to the left. Seeing the Cemetery is obstructed by the barn. It is surrounded by a gated fence out in the field.
Overview2Charles McLean, Chas. McLean (very closeup), Robert I. McLean (Military Marker Civil War - CSA), Mollie F. Belew

(Old) Bethel Cemetery - 2002
(Old) Bethel Cemetery - 2005
Buffalo Road North from Lawrenceburg. Turn left onto Park Grove Road. Approx. 2 1/2 miles. The Cemetery is located beside a residence on the right, just past Gang Road on the left.
Unknown Graves, Sunken Grave, Overview, Sarah Mertilla Jane Holtsford, Mortimore Holtsford, Mortimore Holtsford base closeup, Right side, John W. Holtsford, Broken Stone, Ernest L. Nixon, Eliza Anthony, J.O. Anthony, Hortie Foster, Ella Foster, The Old Church Site

Wade Cemetery
Go to Iron City from St. Joe. and cross the Shoal Creek bridge (don't turn into the park). Take the first street to the left which goes up the hill to "downtown" Iron City. City Hall will be on the left. Stay on that street and go down the hill and the road will curve to the right at the bottom of the hill. Go a short distance and turn left. Go up the hill. The Iron City Elem. school will be on the right. Keep going until you come to the RR tracks, about 1-2 miles. Turn left. There should be a sign there for the Wade Cemetery. Follow that road until you get to the cemetery. Only a short distance.
Buckley Hamm, Wife of G.R. Reynolds, Isaac M. Reynolds

Wayland Springs Cemetery
Coming into Iron City from St. Joe, cross the shoal creek bridge, take the first paved road on the right. This will go across Holly Creek bridge and then up a very steep hill. Go on over the hill and look for the 2 mile marker. Turn left on the next little dirt road. Go up between two houses (stay to the left). The cemetery is to the left when you reach the end of the road. Look to your left and the cemetery can been seen about 50 yards. Only a short distance.  Nicely cleaned cemetery.
Buck Hardwick, Sallie A. Brewer, William A. Pierce, Dr. James B. and Nannie E. (Reynolds) PowellLitten R. Reynolds
Malinda PowellJames N. BryanExie A. Hardwick and Infant C.H. Hardwick, D.H. and Sallie Adkisson

Old West Point Cemetery
Turn off West Point Road onto Maple St.. Go to Church St. on the left. Go approx. 1/2 mile. Cemetery is beside the New Baptist Church.
S.L. Kelley, Nellie Belew, Inscription Closeup, John Westly Welch, John Wesley Welch (Militray Marker Civil War - CSA), George P. Polk, Rena Williams, G.A. Williams, James P. Crow, James and Charly Crow (w/chalk) James and Charly Crow (w/chalk, 2) James and Charly Crow (w/chalk, 3) William Gillis Sweat, Richard Hardwick

West Point Cemetery
Turn off West Point Road onto Maple St.. Go to Cemetery St. on the right. Go approx. 1/2 mile.
Myra Roach, John Allison Welch, Rosa Welch, M. Cicero and Mattie K. Hardin, Annie L. (Bentley) Gibson, N.M. Hollis, Martha Caroline Title, Mary Evie Title, T.D. and Betty Tittle, Bulah May Smith, Wm. J. and Julina I. Belew, Juliette Belew, Henry H. Belew, Fred B. and Vera B. Lindsey, Marthie McDonald, Forest Jolly, Mary Minnie Bell Smith, A.W. Green, Amanda H. and J.S. Johnson, Wellie Sue Welch, W.A. Welch, Elizabeth Welch (Inf.), Jennie A. Flatt, W.C. McGee

Yarbrough Cemetery
Approx. 6 miles out Weakley Creek Road from Lawrenceburg to (address) 1144.
Cemetery is located back through a fenced pasture on the side of a hill. MUST ask permission of property owner.
(This cemetery is very overgrown and in need of repairs!)
Henry H. and Lou C. Garrett, Henry H. Garrett-closeup, Lou C. Garrett-closeup, H. Garrett-full, H. Garrett-closeup,
Nany Garrett, Elly Garrett, William Counce, Martha Counce, (possibly) Elder J.M. Johnson, Martin and M.J. Page,
O.P. Toungett, Elmer Myers, Carl and Clarence Yarbrough, Carl-inset photo, Clarence-inset photo,
(possibly) Ambrose and Annie Yarbrough, Peneolpe Yarbrough, S.L. Yarbrough, Mary Yarbrough, Ambose Yarbrough, Martha G. Yarbrough, Cornelia Brewer, Marion Elizabeth Garrett, William Wallace Neely, V.A. Byrd,
William and Rachel Faulkner

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