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Lewis Co, Tennessee:
Whiteside - Savage Cemetery Page


This is an old abandoned cemetery near the edge of the woods on Keg Springs Road. It is located on the "Old Duncan Place". This is a difficult place to find but the with assistance of a group of girls and boys enjoying the day on their four wheelers and dirt bikes, we were carried through a cow pasture to the cemetery. They found the cemetery previously by accident. A young lady said her brother has been looking for a 4-H project that couldn't be on their land. As the property joins theirs, he can clean this cemetery as his project. This would be great as the cemetery needs attention and the fence mended as cows are turning the stones over. We want to say a special thanks to these "kids" for their assistance and for taking their time to show us Whiteside/Savage Cemetery.

Copied by Bill, Sammye & Keith Lawson on 27 January 2002

First Middle Last Birth Date Death Date Other Information
Mary E. (F.?) Brooks Oct. 1, 1845 March 6, 1895 (1896?) We recorded middle initial as C, death date 1895)
Robert  C.  (G?) Brown (Brooks?) Aug. 1, 1900 Dec. 9, 1900 (We recorded middle initial as C - last name Brown) sjl
Rececca   Cathey July 26, 1797 (1792?) March 30, 1885 (We recorded birth as 1797) sjl
Eva Gray Savage July 1, 1897 April 21, 1907 "A little flower of love that blossomed but to die, saved from earthly tuint and sin."
Robert  D. Savage Feb. 28, 1912 April 24, 1912  
James D. Weatherly Feb. 13, 1846 Jan. 2, 1883  
Alice Rebecca Whiteside Feb. 17, 1846 Sept. 11, 1904 Wife of G.R. Whiteside
Elizabeth   Whiteside March 7, 1815 Jan. 7, 1895 Wife of James Whiteside
James   Whiteside Jan. 27, 1808 June 25, 1891  
Robert  N. Whiteside Sept. 18, 1817 March 30, 1890  
Samuel A. Whiteside April 9, 1832 Aug. 21, 1873  

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