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Campground Cemetery
Campground Cemetery


Campground Cemetery is located on the left of Campground Road in Drummonds, Tennessee. You will find the entrance across from the intersection of Pilgrim Rd and Campground Rd.

Age of Cemetery

It is an old cemetery. Consequently, the oldest headstone is marked 8 Oct 1811. Roy C Branch, who died at the age of two, is marked by that headstone.

Church Association

Finally, I have not been able to find a church associated with this cemetery.

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Campground Cemetery Located    22 Apr 2021
Cedar Hill Cemetery
Cedar Hill Cemetery

Cedar Hill Cemetery, located at the Mason city limits on the north side of town, is an old large cemetery. Consequently, many of the life long residents have been buried here.

Located within the city limits of Mason, Cedar Hill Cemetery is approximately a half mile north of Hwy 70 and TN 59. The cemetery will be on your left after crossing the intersection.

Also, the cemetery is not associated with a church.

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Cedar Hill Cemetery Located    22 Apr 2021
Charleston Cemetery
Charleston Cemetery
Charleston Cemetery is located in Tipton County, Tennessee on the relatively quiet highway of 179 on the west side of Charleston United Methodist Church. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in July of 2002. (NRHP No. 02000811)

Charleston is the original cemetery where the founder of the church is buried, as well veterans of the War of 1812, the Civil War, World War I and World War II. The land for the cemetery was donated by Bill and Betty Deverell. 1 The cemetery is roughly rectangular, about 500 feet deep and 250 feet wide. It is bordered on the east side by the church, the west side by a tennis court, the south side by a line of trees and the north side by the highway.

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Charleston Cemetery Located    22 Apr 2021
Clopton Cemetery
Clopton Cemetery
Anthony Clopton gave land for Clopton Cemetery in the 1830s. Covered with lush trees and flowing springs this land was ideal for “brush arbor” revivals. “Brush Arbor” revivals were the early spiritual refreshment of Tipton County.

The tranquil setting of this land disturbed by the Civil War. Consequently, over 500 volunteer Confederate soldiers from Tipton County trained here. During the war, the church was burned by Union forces. The cemetery also contains graves of both Southern soldiers and slaves.

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Clopton Cemetery Located    22 Apr 2021
Covington Memorial Gardens
Covington Memorial Gardens
For information contact:
Maley-Yarbrough Funeral Home
1701 Highway 51 South
Covington, TN 38019
(901) 476-9778 
Covington Memorial Gardens Located    22 Apr 2021


 ID   Last Name, Given Name(s)   Born/Christened   Location   Last Modified 
A H 
b. Abt 1811  Vermont  22 Apr 2021
b. Abt 1813  North Carolina  22 Apr 2021
Addie P 
b. 18 Jan 1876   22 Apr 2021
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b. Abt 1821  Alabama  22 Apr 2021
b. Abt 1791  South Caronlina  22 Apr 2021
b.   Mississippi  22 Apr 2021
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 ID   Father ID   Father's Name   Mother ID   Mother's Name   Married   Last Modified 
     I1114  Molly    22 Apr 2021
     I3759  Clemmie L Adkinson Dawson    22 Apr 2021
     I590  Frances H. Allen    22 Apr 2021
     I3136  Elizabeth Allen    22 Apr 2021
     I1221  Ann Baskervill    22 Apr 2021
     I1230  Martha Baskerville    22 Apr 2021
     I1136  Lillie Baskerville (Slave)    22 Apr 2021
     I2121  Mary Ann Baucum    22 Apr 2021
     I3063  Vipea Blankenship    22 Apr 2021
     I734  Vergie Nell "Vickie" Blankenship    22 Apr 2021