Transcribed from Decatur County, Tennessee Cemetery Records, p. 150
Copyright 1984, Nathaniel A. Wesson Chapter #2396,
United Daughters of the Confederacy, Parsons, TN
Appears on this web site by permission
Located near the home of Omer Phillips and it is way, way back in the "colon" — never used. This cemetery was indexed on April 10, 1976 by Blanche Tuten and Margarett Alexander. Our guide was Mr. Omer Phillips and we want to give him a great big thanks because without his help we could never have located this graveyard.
Tuten and Alexander noted "32 unmarked graves."
Crawley, Amanda, no dates
Crawley, Franced Florina, Sept. 18, 1861-Sept. 9, 1867
Crawley, Peggy Crawley, no dates
Crawley, W. H. H. (William Henry Harrison), d. Feb. 14, 1862, "Son of L. D. & M. J. Crawley (B. May 28, 1840) (CSA Soldier)
Crawley, William "Billy," no dates
Lorenzo Dow Crawley (5 9, 1816-June 8, 1898) is in an unmarked grave. He was a CSA Soldier.
L. D. & W. H. H. were father/son according to Floyd Crawley, both fought in the CSA. CSA markers were placed in 1976.
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