WARTBURG CEMETERY
      Location:  South of Wartburg, turn onto Potters Falls Road and travel app. .4 mile to the cemetery on the right. To be the largest cemetery in Morgan County, it has only app. 22 u/m graves. [Location info taken from Morgan County Cemetery Book by Susie Kreis.]


 
 
 

ASLEEP IN JESUS

HERE IN  THE HOPE OF A BLESSED
RESSURECTION ARE THE MORTAL REMAINS
OF THOSE PIONEER RESIDENTS OF
WARTBURG WHO WERE BURIED IN THE
GERMAN LUTHERAN CEMETERY IN THE
EARLY YEARS OF THE GERMAN-SWISS 
SETTLEMENT AND REMOVED IN 1974 TO
THIS GRAVE WHEN THEIR FIRST RESTING PLACE WAS ACQUIRED BY THE STATE
OF TENNESSEE FOR HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT
 

BLESSED ARE THE DEAD IN CHRIST  THAT, THEY MAY
REST FROM THEIR LABORS AND THEIR WORKS DO FOLLOW THEM
REV 14:13



Thanks to Margery for submitting this photo.

 

William Oscar Laymance 
 b. March 7, 1893
 d. June 13, 1950

 Brenda Lee Laymance 
b. April 5, 1944 d. Dec 12, 1985

Anna Mae Laymance 
  b. Sept 19, 1889      d. June 25, 1972 
*


Rev. H. A. McCartt
b 2-2-1844, d 1-28-1921
CO B 2nd TN INF
(courtesy of Sandra Stacey)

MOTHER
Millie A.
wife of
Rev. H. A. McCart
b 10-22-1850, d 12-19-1930

(courtesy of Sandra Stacey)




 

John H. McCartt
1st Sgt CO B 2 TN INF

(courtesy of Sandra Stacey)

Margret A.
wife of
John H. McCart
b 5-1-1830, d 12-10-1904

(courtesy of Sandra Stacey)


Rebecca
wife of
A. Hamby (Anderson)
b 5-5-1860, d 1-8-1817
(courtesy of Sandra Stacey)
Martha Hamby
b 2-15-1865, d 3-27-1940
(courtesy of Sandra Stacey)


Link to Veronica's Cemetery site for more photos


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