The Roberts Cemetery is located fourteen miles northwest of Chattanooga. Follow highway # 27 to Falling Water Bridge which is twelve miles. Follow the Falling Water road for two miles. The land was given by Mr Emerson Roberts. The grave of Nancy Roberts who was buried in 1850 has the oldest marker. There are twenty unmarked graves.
Roberts, E - Oct 8, 1851 - Mar 28, 1913
Roberts, Sarah E - Nov 30, 1872 - Sept 24, 1873
Roberts, Oliver - Nov 5, 1881 - May 26, 1885
Roberts, Andrew - Aug 28, 1847 - June 12, 1923
Roberts, Nancy - Died Mar 29, 1850
Roberts, Lizzie - 1860 - 1930
Holland, S L - July 1, 1873 - July 31, 1873
Roberts, N M - June 19, 1880 - Apr 10, 1907 - 'A light from our household is gone, a voice we loved is stilled; a place is vacant in our hearts that never can be filled.'
Goodson, James - Aug 22, 1869 - Mar 11, 1891 - 'Remember friends, as you pass by, as you are now, so once was I; as I am now, so you must be; prepare for Heaven and follow me.'
Holland, John W - Feb 19, 1829 - May 18, 1873
Holland, Sarah E - March 5, 1863 - Feb 11, 1866 - 'At rest.'
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