Dameron Cemetery, December 1999
This cemetery list off Yuma Road east of Wildersville. A sign on Yuma Road at the access road designates the cemetery as Cozart Cemetery. There are 24 concrete blocks. At several of the blocks in the two easternmost rows modern temporary marker plates denote known Cozart family burials. This cemetery was recorded December 29, 1999.
Betsy Patterson and Derrick Lewis recorded this cemetery in 1976. Their record appears in Henderson County, Tennessee Cemetery Inscriptions (R. H. Harris, Memphis, 1976). This is referred to as Patterson and Lewis in notes below.
Bray, Josie [see Cozart, Josie Bray]
Cozart, Amanda Mae, 1844-1877, temporary marker, easternmost row, 5th block from south
Cozart, David III, 1797-1887, temporary marker, 2nd row from east, 4th block from south
Cozart, Infant, Dec. 1, 1891-Dec. 12, 1891, "Infant dau. of S. M. & M. V. Cozart"
Cozart, Josie Bray, 1852-1947, temporary marker, easternmost row, 3rd block from south
Cozart, Lula [see Dodd, Lula Cozart]
Cozart, Mary Polly, 1802-1889, temporary marker, 2nd row from east, 5th block from south
Cozart, Rufus David, 1842-1924, temporaty marker, easternmost row, 4th block from south
Dameron, Dorsie E., June 29, 1894-Aug. 8, 1895, "Son of L. W. & M. A. Dameron" (broken and repaired) [broken through death date; death date from Patterson and Lewis]
Dameron, Ephram W., Mar. 18, 1899-Nov. 10, 1891, "Son of L. W. & M. A. Dameron"
Dameron, G. F., Mar. 24, 1826-June 20, 1904
Dameron, George T., Jan. 6, 1871-Jan. 3, 1909, "Husband of Cora Dameron"
Dameron, MarY A., Jan. 12, 1853-Mar. 10, 1929, "His Wife" "Mother"
Dameron, L. W., Dec. 7, 1853-Mar. 13, 1938, "Father"
Dameron, Nancy, 1813-Nov. 25, 1900, "Wife of George Dameron"
Dameron, Odillion, Jan. 1910-Mar. 1912 [replacement]
Dodd, George Bud, temporary marker, easternmost row, 4th block from north [as noted by Patterson and Lewis as unmarker grave "Dodd, George Manly (Husband of Lula May) 1869-May 1930"
Dodd, Lula Cozart, no dates, temporary marker, easternmost row, third block from north [as noted by Patterson and Lewis as unmarked grave "Dodd, Lula May Cozart, Died Aug. 1928"
Seagraves, Minnie, 1871-1937 [replacement]
Seagraves, Sid, 1871-1942 [replacement]
Dr. George T. Dameron Marker
Sample Cozart Marker
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