TIMS FORD RESERVOIR
T.V.A. GRAVE REMOVALS

James L. Douthat
63 Pages, 8.5"x11", Full Name Index, Soft Cover, Plat Maps of the Removal Cemeteries, 2007, TN-1302, $14.50

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Tims Ford Reservoir, located primarily in Moore and Franklin with a small part in Coffee Counties in Middle Tennessee was established by the Tennessee Valley Authority to control the waters on the Elk River in 1971. The graves involved were either removed or left to remain at the request of the families and/or trustees of the cemetery at the time. The Re-internment cemeteries are given as well as the ones flooded. There was a third category call “Those investigated” and these are given as well.

 

Example

Example from this volume:
“No. 41 Poe Cemetery
1-3. Unidentified
4.5 No Grave
6 Unidentified
7. James Monroe Withers d. 1890 - signed by Ms Sam Rogers d/o removed to R-10, etc. etc.”

 

Surnames Included in This Publication

AGEE, ALLEN, ANDERSON, ANDERTON, ATKINS, AWALT

BAILEY, BAKER, BEAN, BILLS, BLACK, BOBO, BOOK, BOSWELL, BROWN, BURT, BYROM, BYRON

CHAPMAN, CLENNON, COBBLE, COLE, COOK, CORN, COUTTA

DANIEL, DAVIS, DEATON, DOLLINS

ELROD, EVANS

FANING, FANNING, FARRIS, FINCH, FINNEY

GILLASPA [SIC], GILLASPIE, GOSSAGE, GRAY, GREGORY

HANGER, HARRISON, HART, HARTFORD, HAWKERSMITH, HILL, HOLT, HUFFMAN, HULING, HUNTERD

JOHNSON

KEENER, KITCHENS

LATHAM, LAWS, LAWSON, LEACH, LEWIS, LILES, LIMBAUGH, LITTLE, LOCKHART, LOVVORN [SIC], LYNCH

McLEAN, MACON, McPHERON, MAJORS, MEDLEY

NEAL, NICKSON

OVERBEY

PARKS, PAYNE, PENNINGTON, PETERS, PHILLIPS, PLYANT, POE, PRINCE, PYRHAM

QUICK

REED, REESE, REYNOLDS, RHOTON, RIDDLE, ROGERS, ROLMAN, ROSE, ROSEBOROUGH

SANDERS, SAXTON, SCHMOLLER, SCRUGGS, SHASTEEN, SIMMONS, SIMPSON, SINTIC, SLONE, SMITH, SNELL, SOLOMAN, SPENCER, STAMPS, STEWART, STRAWN

THOMASON, TITTLE, TRAVIS, TRIVETT, TUCKER, TURNER

VANN, VAUSE

WAGGONER, WAGSTER, WEAVER, WEBB, WEDDINGTON, WILHOITE, WISEMAN, WITHERS, WOODARD, WOODWARD, WOODY

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