52 Pages, 8.5"x11", Full Name Index, Softcover, TN-0274, $18.50
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The Tenneseee Valley Authority [ TVA ] Act was passed in 1933 to improve navigability, control flooding of the Tennessee River, and provide for the Valley's agricultural and industrial development. Before the dam was flooded, graves had to be relocated to high ground.
An exhaustive effort was made to identify each grave-site and obtain removal agreements from surviving relatives and cemetery trustees. Then, graves and monuments were moved to eleven re-interment cemeteries. In the process, valuable vital record information was gathered.
This publication contains listings for those originally buried in the following cemeteries in Blount, Knox and Loudon Counties, Tennessee:
Each entry is keyed to a map which reflects the new cemetery and exact location of burial. A great resource.
- Ballards Chapel Cemetery
- Clarks Grove Cemetery
- Cloyds Creek Cemetery
- Colored Public Cemetery
- Grandview Cemetery
- Kincer Private Cemetery
- Leeper Private Cemetery
- Louisville Memorial Cemetery
- Louisville Methodist Episcopal Church Cemetery
- Middle Settlement Cemetery
- Mount Olive Cemetery
- Rocky Hill Cemetery
- George Slave Cemetery
- Smyrna Cemetery
302. Elizabeth GRAHAM, Age 88, Date of Death: 1940, Information Given by Ms. Ada Underwood, Daughter
268. Jane Warren JOHNSON, Age 45, Date of Death: 1878, Information Given by Ms. Arthur Jacobs, Grand-Daughter. Additional Information: b. 7 Nov. 1831 - d. 27 Oct. 1878 (Listed Also: Carolina Jane JOHNSON
272. Nancy S. STEVENS, Age: 67, Date of Death: 1877, Additional Information: b. 17 Jun 1810, d. 25 June 1877, Wife of Rev. R.M. STEVENS
#5 - LOUISVILLE METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH CEMETERY - Located on the left bank of Lackey Creek near the east end of Church Street in the town of Louisville, TN on the property of Louisville Methodist Episcopal Church. Contained 387 well kept graves, 90 mouments. Mean elevation 810 feet. Removal agreements were executed by the nearest surviving relatives and the cemetery trustees for the 387 graves. These graves and monuments were moved to eleven reinterment cemeteries. All monuments were cleaned, repaired where necessary and reset. A number of these monuments were large and required new concrete bases. All graves not monumented were marked with standard metal grave markers. Here follows the records of the 387 graves.
Surnames Included in this Publication
* After the surname indicates over 5 DIFFERENT first names are listed under the surname.
** After the surname indicates over 10 DIFFERENT first names are listed under the surname.
ADAMS ANDERSON ASKIN
BANKER BARNES* BATES BAYS BEASLEY BELL BLANKENSHIP BONHAM BOWEN BOWMAN BOYD BRAYTON BROOKS BROWN BRYANT BURTS BUSSEL BYERLEY
CALDWELL CAMPBELL CHAFFIN CLOUD COFFEY COLE COX** CRAIG CROFTS CUMMINGS* CURTIS
EAGLETON EDDAMS ELKINS
FERGUSON* FINGER** FRANCE FRENCH
GADDIS GIBBS GIDEON GILBERT GILLESPIE GLOVER GOODMAN GORLEY GRAHAM
HAGELGANS HALE HALE HAMMONDTREE HAMPTON HANBY HARGRAVE HARRIS HART HARVEY HAYS HEARTSELL* HENRY* HICKS HILL** HOOD HUDGENS** HUNT HUNTER
JACKSON JACOBS JAMES JOHNSON JOHNSTON JORDAN
KEATHLEY KELLER KENNEDY KERN KEYS KINCER KING
LEE LEEPER LINDSAY LOGAN LONG LOVE*
MCBATH MCCAMPBELL MCCARTER* MCCARTY* MCCASH* MCCRARY* MCNEIL MCQUINN
MASSENGILL MEAD MITCHELL MOORE MORTON*
PATTERSON PEARCE PERKINS PRATHER PRESSLEY* PRICE
RANKIN RAULSTON RICHMOND ROBINSON* RUSSELL
SAFFELL SCATES SETTLEMIRE SHARPE SHEPHERD SHIPWASH SINGLETON SMITH* SNAPP SPILLMAN STEPHENS STERLING STEVENS STONE STRANGE SWANN
TAYLOR* TEDFORD/TADFORD TIPTON*
WAHHANEETA WALKER WALLACE WALLER WARREN* WILBURN WILKERSON WOLFE
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