Mugg Cemetary



Mugg Cemetery Updates (2007)

Courtesy of John Robison

OLD MARKERS


Immediately south of #71 Pierce W. Melton is: #71A Enda Bulah Melton, Dec 19, 1901~Oct. 7, 1903

To the south is double marker #71B William M. Akin, Apr. 19, 1848~Oct. 13, 1905
                                             Jane H. Akin, Apr. 4, 1850~Mar. 15, 1912
Update to #269 T. Hardy Champion, April 2, 1892~May 8, 1971
Update to #160 Susie M. Webb Gee, Oct. 7, 1868~June 30, 1917
                    Wife of J. W. Smallwood
Update to #211 Flat Marker with Masonic Emblem
                             Dee Mathews 1856~1941



NEW MARKERS



2 steps northwest of #53 Linda Ann Reiber (at the foot of Grave #272 Cave) is flat marker
#271 Carl C. Cave, Lt.-jg U. S. Navy, World War 2
East and north of #60 James Barnes is:
#272 Double marker
        Juanita Cave 1912-2003
        Carl C. Cave 1918-1996
north is #273 Richard K. Lahnmer, U.S. Navy
                   April 2, 1944-May 7, 1998
                   U. S. S. Enterprise CVA 65
slightly west and north of #67 Baby Pope is:
          #274 Double marker
               Daisy Dea Cave Nicodemus, b. Aug. 29, 1935
               James F. Nicodemus, b. Dec. 18, 1944
north of  #274 : #275 Double marker (in middle is Married Feb. 11, 1934)
                         Gladys Ina Perry Cave, Feb. 9, 1914
                         Alvis Louis (Ted) Cave. Sept. 15, 1913~Sept 9, 2002
                                        Our Children
                                   Daisy Dea & Louis Lee
north is #276 :  Double marker    
                                        Married Oct. 31, 1963
                        "Scotter" Sharron Ruth Cave, Oct. 13, 1939
                        "Poppie" Louis Lee Cave, May 17,1939
                                                 Our Children
                                         Kelly, Laura & Jason
south and west of #271 is #277 Elizabeth Reed Wagner, April 23, 1980~April 1, 2002
                                             "You made the world a better place to live"

south of #77 Claude Sells is: #278 Frank Sells, PFC US Army, World War II
                                                 Jan. 25, 1926~May 21, 1990

south of #127 infant daughter Betty is: #127 Double marker:
                                             Married Jan. 1, 1933
                                        Jimmie Lee Johnson Cave Apr. 28, 1916~Feb. 21,2005
                                        Jim Perry Cave (J.P.) Nov. 5, 1911~Dec. 1, 2002
                                                  (on back [east] side)
                                                            CAVE
                                                       Our children
                                                   Glenda, Jean, Sharon
                                             "The Godly walk with integrity
                                          Blessed are their children after them"
                                                       Proverbs 20.7

north of #267 Harodl Burch is:
    #280 Frances Mozell Burch Nov. 16, 1925~Mar.1, 2005

north of #254 Tobe McDonald is:
     #281 Tobie Mc Donald Oct. 9, 1901~Aug. 24, 1992


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INVENTORY OF MUGG CEMETERY

Weston, Collin County, Texas

[alphabetical index at bottom]

Inventoried October 1987-August 1988

Location: 2.5 miles east of Weston, Texas on the south side of Highway 455

Inventory done by Sue and Ron Patterson; e-mail: mid101074@gmail.com


[Starting in northeast corner, inventory was taken from north to south, or left to right, when standing facing east]

NOTE: Some of the tombstones show an inscription "FLT" enclosed in links as in a chain. That means - "Friendship, Love, Truth". This is from the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, an old fraternal order that originated in England. One stone shows that one letter was pink. The Rebekah's, women's auxiliary of the Odds Fellows have adopted Pink and Green for their colors (courtesy of Laurelyn Fanshier, Tulsa OK).

1. Eldon Hansard Nov. 24, 1928-Aug. 6, 1939

"Safe in the arms of Jesus"

2. Fay Hansard 16 July 1899-Dec. 7, 1986

Married July 1, 1914

Footstone: "Mama"

3. Jesse Hansard July 17, 1886-July 22, 1965

Footstone: "Papa" and "Precious Memories"

4. Neva B., wife of J. C. Hansard May, 24, 1890-June 27, 1909

"Our darling one hath gone before

to greet us on that blissful shore"

[Grave 5 & 6: Grave 5 being west of Grave 6 and to the south of Grave 4]

5. Hansard, O. C. and Lillian son 1914

6. Hansard, O. C. and Lillian son 1933

[Directly west of the Hansard plot is a plot in concrete boundaries]

7. Adah Cross 1878-1931

8. William F. Midgett Nov. 10, 1867-Sept. 14, 1907

[Woodsmen of the World memorial]

9. Albert McElrath Mar. 20, 1866-Jan 2, 1894

"Gone, but not forgotten"

[Directly west of Adah Cross is grave 10:]

10. Dimple Brown 1906-1922

[Immediately to south is grave 11:]

11. Earl, son of R. S. and J. D. Brown Jan. 14, 1900-Sept. 19, 1903

"Wept not Momma and Poppa for me,

For I am waiting in Heaven for thee"

[Immediately to the south is grave 12:]

12. Marie Brown 1915-1915

13. Della Brown 1880-1920

[North and west of grave 10 is grave 14:]

14. Sarah Jane, wife of W. D. Boswell May 6, 1866-Sept. 17, 1899

"In my father's house are many manisons

She was a kind and affectionate wife,

A fond mother and a friend to all"

15. J. M. Young Mar. 3, 1873-Apr. 1, 1894

"Dearest brother, thou hast left us

Here thee loss we deeply feel,

But 'tis God who hath bereft us,

He can all our souls heal"

[North and west of grave 14 is grave 16:]

16. Mother, Rebecca A. Gleaves 1853-1940

[Immediately to the south, is a plot containing four graves, enclosed with concrete curbing:]

17. "Bud" T. R. Gleaves Dec. 29, 1862-Dec. 6, 1926

18. Mrs. F. L. Gleaves Aug 10, 1868-Jan. 24, 1894

19. Mrs. C. L. Moore Aug. 10, 1833-Mar. 19, 1913

20. Paul M. Furr Sept. 13, 1833-Jan 8, 1880

[On back of tombstone: Clasped hands. Underneath is:]

"Farewell my wife and children dear

I am not dead, but sleeping here

I am not yours but Christ's alone

He loved best and took me home"

Three chain links with letters FLT inside, one letter per link.

[Due west on grave 16 is grave 21:]

21. E. C. Durham (stone broken, propped up and rest is not legible; face of stone is clipped off.

[Footstone behind #21 with letters "M. A. C."]

[To the south of #15 and #20 is a large plot enclosed with an iron fence; starting at the southeast corner:]

22. "Our darling baby", infant son of W. T. and M. A. Helms b/d 1 Feb 1894

23. "Our darling baby", baby Willie, son of W. T. and M. A. Helms

Dec 10, 1901-Feb. 7, 1902

"Gone, but not forgotten"

[West of these are #24 and #25 on double marker:]

24. & 25. ("Helms" at bottom, with a "H" at the top and in between it says:)

James Helms Oct. 2, 1844-Jan. 4, 1906

Tennessee Helms Dec. 11, 1847-Dec. 22, 1930

Bob Helms Mar. 31, 1878- [buried at Cottage Hill Cemetery]

"Where mortal spirits reign,

There shall we meet again"

[Inside Helms plot, west of #24 & #25:]

26. [At top: "Hope"]

Alpha B. Hawkins April 4, 1901-Oct. 31, 1904

[inscription not legible]

[At base: "Hawkins"]

27. [At top: "Hope"]

Margreta Helms Jan 7, 1876-Sept. 19, 1878

[inscription not legible]

[At base: "Helms"]

[west of Helms plot:]

28. Herschel, son of J. B. and M. A. Guynn Aug. 4, 1874-Aug. 16, 1875

[immediately to the west:]

29. Granvill H. Guynn Oct. 5, 1831-Sept. 25, 1873

 

[immediately to the west:]

30. [at top: clasped hands, "Farewell", three linked chains with the letters FLT]

Gindarella, wife of J. A. R. O. Black "Died in the Faith"

July 17, 1874, age 28 years, 9 months

[west of #21:]

31. Gilford N. Choate Aug. 29, 1845-July 31, 1876

"Earth has one pure spirit less,

Heaven one inmate more"

[to the south:]

32. C. Columbus Choate 1847-1909

[further to the south, #33 and #34 are on one tombstone, labeled "Choate":]

33. Choate, S. J. 1862-1902

34. Choate, Henrietta 1867-1944

[immediately to the south:]

35. R. C. Choate 1891-1963

[due south past a concrete curb enclosure is one large tombstone labeled "Templin" with:]

36. Hattie V. Templin 1879-1971

37. George B. Templin 1877-1939

[south is a small stone, almost like a footstone:]

38. Bryant Gracy 1914-1945

39. Leonard Gracy 1918-1924

[two spaces away is a similar stone:]

40. Baby boy Gracy (star) Aug. 30, 1925 (cross)

[far north end of cemetery by driveway, there appears to be an unmarked grave marked with a rose bush]

[west of #31 & #32 is a large stone, labeled "Choate" for two graves:]

41. Choate, Margaret 1826-1908

42. Choate, John 1815-1898

[moving south there is a large concrete curb plot with a tombstone labeled "Brown" with what appears to be three graves:]

43. Brown, Maude C., daughter of Mr. & Mrs. A. L. Brown born Dec. 3, 1895 d. Nov. 14, 1918

"Dearest Maude, she has left us, left us, yes, forever more,

But again we hope to meet her on the bright and shining shore"

44. Brown, Addie Hutson, wife of Alvin Brown Nov. 13, 1877-Sept. 14, 1913

"We have lost our darling mother,

She had bid us all adieu,

She has gone to live in heaven,

And her form is lost to view,

Oh, that dear one how we loved her,

Oh, how hard to give her up,

But an angel came down for her

And removed her from our flock"

45. Father, Alvin Brown 1872-1937

[south out of the Brown enclosure is:]

46. Mable D. b. Mar. 15, 1884 d. Jan. 14, 1893 daughter of J. W. and E. E. Wilson

[next tombstone appears to be a footstone or a brick type stone labeled:]

47. Baby S.

[due south:]

48. Mary Ann, wife of Jessee Croner Aug. 28, 1803-May 25, 1876

"Another link is broken in our household band,

But a chain is forming in a better land"

[immediately south:]

49. Mary Susan, wife of W. C. Croner May 9, 1844-Sept. 17, 1873 (broken stone)

"Not lost blest thought, but gone before where we shall meet to part no more"

[due east is one stone with #50 grave on front, #51 grave on back:]

50. Sarah B., wife of J. M. C. Edens, b. Mar. 12, 1822-d. Feb 23, 1872

51. J. M. C. Edens, b. July 24, 1821 d. Nov. 26, 1903

[south side of stone:]

"To them we trust, a place is given

Among the saints with Christ in Heaven"

52. Charles Turnbow Dec. 15, 1909-April 11, 1987

[to the south:]

53. Linda Ann Reiber July 20, 1958-April 11, 1974

[west of Brown plot is one stone marking two graves, marked "Hutson" at the top:]

54. Fannie Hutson 1857-1939

55. John P. Hutson 1855-1925

[south is a broken stone, marking:]

56. Leona, daughter of W. H. and Addie Milner Feb. 27, 1896-Aug. 21, 1896

(at rear of stone is inscribed:)

"Our darling one hath gone before,

To greet us on the blissful shore."

[large tombstone, on the north side is:]

57. Mary, wife of A. Wilson, b. June 9, 1823 d. Feb 22, 1906

[on the south side is:]

58. Alexander Wilson, b. Mar 2, 1811 d. Apr. 18, 1896

(on west side of the stone at the base is:)

"Them we trust a place is given

Among the saints with Christ in Heaven"

[further south is a stone marked "Farewell" over clasped hands:]

59. Alexander Wilson b. June 19, 1850 d. April 19, 1879

Aged 28 years 10 months

[south and west of grave of Linda Ann Reiber is:]

60. James, son of W. L. D. and S. W. Barnes, b. Oct 10, 1903 d. June 25, 1905

"God needed one more angel child

Amidst His shining band"

61. Infant daughter of W. L. D. and S. W. Barnes b. Nov. 9, 1898 d. Nov. 10, 1898

"Gone so soon"

[one step to the south and to the east:]

62. Charlotte Kight b. May 11, 1825 d. Apr. 30, 1881

"Sleep on Mother, thee work is done

Jesus has come and bourn (?) thee home"

[bottom of #62 is labeled "Kight"]

[to the south and west is:]

63. David Locher, b. Mar. 19, 1843 d. June 2, 1898

"He has gone to the manisons of rest"

[to the south and east is:]

64. Alpha, daughter of S. M. and A. A. Hunt b. July 14, 1894 d. Nov. 4, 1897

"Weep not, Poppa and Momma for me

For I am waiting in Heaven for thee"

65. Etta E., wife of J. A. Betts Oct. 8, 1868-Feb. 10, 1902

[due south is a stone with a book engraved at the top and labeled "Holy Bible":]

66. Thomas E. Goodwin b. Mar. 14, 1824 d. July 10, 1895

"Farewell my wife and children all

From your Father, Christ doest call"

[south and west of the grave of the daughter of Barnes are three graves marked with flat stones on the ground:]

67. Baby Pope Feb. 15, 1924-Feb 21, 1924

68. Harold G. Pope Feb. 23, 1928-July 8, 1928

69. Elvira S. Pope 1855-1952

[There are bunch of iris plants and to the west more at an angle we find a flat stone on the ground:]

70. M. Elizabeth Betts 1876-1942

[immediately to the south is a similar stone:]

71. Pierce W. Melton 1855-1902

[to south and west again is a flat homemade stone:]

72. T. W. Baker b. 1869-d. 1923

[south and west of above is:]

73. W. T. Mulkey b. Aug. 11, 1844 d. June 3, 1912

"No pain, no grief, no anxious tear

Can reach the peaceful sleeper here"

(base of stone labeled "Mulkey")

[one step north and east:]

74. Lewis Sells Sept. 21, 1923-Aug. 8, 1931

[to the south:]

75. Weta Jo Carter Jan. 14, 1931-May 27, 1972

[on to the south is a large stone marked "Sells":]

76. Nellie L. Sells Jan. 22, 1902-

77. Claude S. Sells Aug. 14, 1899-Mar. 31, 1981

[immediately to the south is a funeral home marker (Turrentine-Jackson):]

78. Infant Carroll 1961-1961

[going to the east, to the south of #50 & #51 is a tombstone labeled "Brown" with two graves:]

79. Mary F. Brown 1873-1967

80. William F. Brown 1866-1948

81. Gertrude Patterson b. Oct. 24, 1878 d. June 13, 1887

"Budded on earth to bloom in Heaven"

[one the south:]

82. Minnie, daughter of A. L. and A. Patterson b. Jan 8, 1868 d. Oct 8, 1875

(stone is broken between the birth and death dates)

[going due east of grave #81 is:]

83. Clifford, son of A. L. and M. Patterson b. July 1, 1875 d. Aug. 4, 1875

"Budded on earth to bloom in Heaven"

[to the south:]

84. Orvall, son of A. L. and M. Patterson b. Feb 13, 1874 d. Aug. 10, 1874

"Budded on earth to bloom in Heaven"

[to the east and north of #83 is a large tombstone labeled "Brown" with three graves:]

85. J. M. Brown b. May 3, 1828 d. Sept. 24, 1908

86. Julia A., wife of J. M. Brown b. July23, 1837 d. Apr. 29, 1921

[Mollie M. S., dau. of J. M. & J. A. Brown is by the trash can in the middle of the cemetery]

87. Mary E., wife of J. M. Brown b. May 20, 1838 d. June 11, 1870

"They were kind and affectionate persons

And friends to all."

[east of the Brown plot is a fallen stone:]

88. Lettita, wife of G. L. Robert b. Oct. 21, 1840 d. Jan. 12, 1872

[one step north and to the east:]

89. Mary M. Adamson Mar. 3, 1892-Apr. 7, 1907

[this appears to be a replacement stone]

90. Simon M., son of L. A. and E. C. Adamson b. Jan. 23, 1887 d. Oct, 28, 1887

"Our darling one has gone before,

To greet us on the golden shore."

[to the north and east:]

91. Charlie A., son of J. and C. A. Howard b. Dec. 9, 1874 d. Nov. 14, 1882

"Thou hast gone, but not forgotten"

(This is a broken stone)

[immediately to the south is another broken stone:]

92. Jacob Howard b. Oct. 15, 1849 d. Apr. 19, 1880

(on top of the stone are clasped hands and "Gone Hone")

"Loving husband, a father dear

A faithful friend lies buried here."

[immediately to the stone is a stone labeled "Hansard" containing two graves:]

93. Hansard "Mother" 1853-1936

94. Hansard "Father" 1852-1924

[next stone is another broken stone marked at the top with "Farewell" over clasped hands:]

95. Edith A., wife of Jesse Brown b. July 4, 1829 d. Feb. 28, 1873

"Thou are gone no more we meet

No more our former looks repeat

Sleep on my dear and take your rest

God called you home he thought best

But Christ's long arm supported me."

[immediately to the south is:]

96. Mary J. Brown, wife of Jesse Brown b. Mar. 9, 1824 d. Sept. 26, 1886

(clasped hands at the top of the tombstone)

[north and east is:]

97. Marvin H. Brown b. Dec 6, 1875 d. Dec. 8, 1898

"A loving husband, a father dear,

A faithful son lied buried here."

(Woodsmen of the World)

[to the east and south is a concrete curb plot with two graves:]

98. Bonnie Lorene, daughter of W. H. and L. E. Smith b. Apr. 15, 1888 d. Mar. 6, 1897

[moving south in the same plot, is a relatively new stone:]

99. James B. Smith 1885-1954, son of W. H. and Lorena Brown Smith

[immediately to the east:]

100. Lorena, wife of W. F. Brown b. Sept. 14, 1871 d. Aug. 23, 1893

(at the bottom it says: "At rest" and farther down "Gone but not Forgotten";

"Brown")

[immediately to the south:]

101. Joseph M., son of W. F. and Lora Brown b. and d. Feb 6, 1890

"Happy infant, early blest,

Rest in peaceful slumber, rest"

[immediately to the south:]

102. James M., son of W. F. and Lora Brown, b. and d. Jan. 20, 1891

"Happy infant, early blest,

Rest in peaceful slumber, rest"

[immediately to the south of #99:]

103. Ducie B., daughter of W. F. and Mary F. Brown,

b. Oct 21, 1900 d. Mar. 14, 1901

"Weep not Poppa and Momma for me

For I am in Heaven waiting for thee"

[immediately to the south is a large flat stone with two graves labeled:]

"Twins of W. F. and M. F. Brown":

104. Mary Brown 1908-1909

105. Martha Brown 1908-1909

(At the bottom of the twins' stone is:)

"Gone but not forgotten"

[to the west and north is:]

106. "He died as he lived a Christian"

Martin Adamson April 13, 1850-Mar. 9, 1920

"Gone but not Forgotten"; at base: "Adamson"

[due west is:]

107. Emma, wife of L. A. Adamson b. Dec 14, 1867-d. Feb 13, 1903

"She was a kind and affectionate wife,

A fond mother and a friend to all."

[immediately to the south:]

108. Larkin A. Adamson Mar. 9, 1851-Nov. 6, 1928

[west is:]

109. Memory of Julia Fiducia Hutchings Age 1 year d. Sept. 14 A. D. 1868

[to the south is:]

110. Memory of Eliza Beth W. Hutchings Age 40 years d. June 12, 1868

[south is:]

111. J. J. Hutchings b. Jan. 23, 1826 d. Jan. 27, 1905

"Gone but not Forgotten"

(top of stone: "Love"; further down on left: "Life"; on right "Truth"

[to the south is a stone that has the top broken out and is laying on its side:]

112. Myrtilla Hutchings Aug. 12, 1826-Dec. 3, 1914

"She died as she live"; "Hutchings"

[south of grave #82 is:]

113. Mary Myrtle, daughter of S. A. Davis b. Apr. 16, 1879 d. Aug. 16, 1881

(inscription is not legible)

114. immediately to the south is a stone with the top broken off and missing.

[immediately to the south is:]

115. The memory of Alfred Stilley d. Jan. 10, 1859

[to the north and west is a concrete curb plot which has been covered up; three stones and four graves:]

116. Emma Myrtle Williams Apr. 6, 1886-Apr. 16, 1981

[to the right is:]

117. Oscar Tony Williams Nov. 3, 1882-July 17, 1942

[immediately to the south is a stone engraved "Williams"; top of the stone: "In Memoriam Woodmen Circle";

this stone has two graves:]

118. Delilah Williams 1858-1915

119. George W. Williams 1851-1941

120. John W., son of J. S. and N. F. Philips b. Aug. 20, 1861 d. Feb. 18, 1872

[directly to the south is:]

121. Tennessee, daughter of J. W. and N. L. Philips b. Oct. 15, 1858 d. June 1, 1872

[to the west is a large stone marked "Cave" containing two graves:]

122. Parolee Cave Feb. 25, 1849-July 4, 1921

123. James F. Cave Apr. 29, 1849-Mar. 5, 1927

[immediately to the south is another large stone marked "Cave" with two graves:]

124. Hettie Cave Apr. 9, 1886-July 27, 1918

125. A. E. (D) Cave Jan. 7, 1878-Aug. 12, 1950

126. George Locket, son of H. R. and I. E. Locket b. Sept. 16, 1869 d. Mar. 6, 1905

Aged 35 years, 9 days.

127. Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Betty 1927-1927

128. Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Betty Nov. 17, 1927

129. "Asleep in Jesus" W. B. Wright b. Sept. 30, 1838 d. Sept. 5, 1878

"Death but a path that must be trod, if man would ever pass to God"

[directly south of #121 is:]

130. [Broken stone] Died April 28, 1870/80?

131. James B. Franklin b. Nov. 16, 1868 d. Feb. 5, 1888

[directly east of #131:]

132. [Broken stone] "In my father's house are many manisons"

Isaac Franklin b. 1834 d. Jan. 14, 1881

"Farewell my wife and children all

From you a father Christ doth call"

[directly east of #132]

133. Beulah Franklin b. May 14, 1872 d. May 21, 1873

(at base is an unreadable inscription)

[directly south:]

134. Jane Watson 1849-1877

[on to the south:]

135. [Repaired broken stone]

William H., son of W. W. and M. E. Watson b. Feb. 19, 1862 d. Sept. 5, 1880

[farther south:]

136. [Stone with dove at top]

Sallie J., daughter of W. W. and M. E. Watson b. Feb 20, 1867 d. Nov. 5, 1878

[farther south:]

137. [Stone is sinking in the ground]


"Our little Liza," daughter of W. W. and M. E. Watson [remainder of stone is buried under the ground.]


[directly east of #135]

138. [Flat stone]

Grandmother, Mrs. R. C. Lile, 1853-1917

[directly east of marker #138:]

139. [Double marker with broken top to one side] West side of marker: clasped hands; North side

of marker: Catharine, wife of R. M. Mugg, b. June 22, 1820 d. May 1, 1898; South side:

Richard M. Mugg, b. Jan. 15, 1818 d. Aug. 30, 1858

[to the east and north:]

140. Dickey; T. H. Dickey, b. Feb. 1, 1809 d. May 15, 1873

"Simple tablet marks father's brier

And those he loved in life in death are dear"

[directly east of #140:]

141. Laura Irene Brown, b. Aug. 21, 1891 d. May 27, 1893

"Weep not papa and mama

For I am waiting in (blank) for thee"

[just south:]

142. Jesse J., son of O. A. and V. J. Brown, born Oct. 5, 1881 d. Nov. 25, 1881

"Budded on earth to bloom in Heaven"

[just south:]

143. [Broken stone with top lying to east] E. B., wife of T. M. Mugg, b. April 25, 1858 d. Mar. 31,

1889

"She was a kind and affectionate wife, a fond mother and friend to all"

[just to the south:]

144. [Double stone labled "Mugg"] Emily B. 1858-1889; Perry M. Mugg, b. 1846 d. 1930

"Asleep in Jesus,

Blessed thought"

[just to the south:]

145. Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Mugg, Jan. 25, 1877-Mar. 22, 1877

[directly east with some space in between:]

146. Annie Brown, b. Jan. 26, 1875 d. May 21, 1940

[directly south:]

147. W. O. Brown b. May 22, 1863 d. Nov. 22, 1932

[directly south:]

148. Infant of Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Miller, born Sept. 24, 1911 d. Sept. 24, 1911

"Only sleeping"

[directly west is a four sided stone pillar:]

149. On south side: Ermin C., wife of J. M. Miller, b. Dec. 13, 1840 d. (blank); north side:

Clarissa C., wife of J. M. Miller, b. Mar. 4, 1828, d. Nov. 27, 1886; on west side:

John M. Miller, b. Oct. 20, 1826, d. June 2, 1897

"To them we trust a place is given

Among the saints with Christ in heaven"

[directly to the north:]

150. Clarissa C., wife of J. M. Miller, d. Nov. 27, 1886 aged 58 years, 8 months, 23 days.

[directly to the west is a concrete bordered plot with a triple stone:]

151. Laura J. Drew, Mar. 10, 1864-Feb. 18, 1949; John R. Hutchings, Aug. 19, 1857-Oct. 2,

1885; Charlie M. Drew, May 24, 1852-July 22, 1906

"What to us is life without thee darkness and despair alone,

When with eyes we seek to find thee this tomb proclaim that thou are gone"

[directly to the south of #149 is a plot with three graves in close proximity:]

152. Edith Smallwood, Sept. 23, 1901-June 16, 1985

153. "In loving memory" Omega Sue Deere, Apr. 13, 1832-Oct. 2, 1885

154. Preston Smallwood, Texas Pvt., 125 Field Arty. 34 Div., Dec. 9, 1938

[Directly to the south is:]

155. "Mother" Addie V. Holmes, 1892-1956

[west of #155 and the south of two trees is:]

156. Ethel, daughter of J. W. and S. M. Smallwood, b. Mar. 28th, 1902 d. Sept. 14, 1908

"Her happy soul has winged its

way to one pure bright eternal day"

[between the two trees and directly north of #156 is:]

157. [Winged dove at top] Flora M., daughter of J. W. and S. M. Smallwood, b. June 3, 1886

d. Nov. 25, 1886

"A little flower of love that blossomed but to die,

transported now above to bloom with God on high"

[directly north and still between the two trees:]

158. Baby S. [Smallwood?]

[directly west is a pillared stone labeled "Smallwood" on the base:]

159. J. W. Smallwood, b. Apr. 24, 1861 d. July 14, 1903

"Here is one who is steeped in faith and love

with hope that is treasured in heaven above"

[directly south:]

160. Susie [Smallwood?]

[to the south again:]

161. C. C. Smallwood, 1874-1943; Granite Lodge No. 62; Folsom, California

[three linked chains at top of stone]

[to the west and a little north of #159 is:]

162. F. M. Evans, 1831-1907; Mattie, his wife, 1840-1916

[close in proximity and south of #140 is a broken stone with a stone labeled:]

163. C. M. [nothing else discernable; Catherine Mugg's footstone? See #139]

[on to the south:]

164. Flat stone marked only "Hamilton"; could be a corner stone of a plot, however, flowers are

placed as though it is a grave.

[on to the south:]

165. [Hand pointing to Heaven] "Gone Home" Mary E., wife of A. B. Hamilton b. Sept. 29, 1851,

d. Dec. 9, 1870

[to the immediate south is a stone that again could be a footstone, but with flowers:]

166. "Hamilton"

[on to the south:]

167. B. M. Hamilton, 1870-1958

[directly west of #167 is:]

168. Rachel R., wife of J. C. Culwell, b. Mar. 17, 1855, d. June 20, 1899

"Resting in hope of a glorious resurrection"

[base of stone labeled "Culwell"]

[to the south is:]

169. F. M. N. Toughstene, b. Aug. 29, 1861, d. Mar. 25, 1890

[at base of stone:] "Resting in hope of a glorious resurrection"

[to the south:]

170. Robert N., son of T. S. and M. I. Thomas, b. Sept. 12, 1875 d. Oct. 30, 1894

"Thy brother shall rise again:

[to the east and south is a quardruple stone:]

171. On south side: William C. McLin, May 2, 1818-Sept. 10, 1860; "Yea, though I walk through

the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil. For thou art with me, thee rod and

thee staff, they comfort me"; at base marked "McLin"' ;on the north side: "Stogsdill"; on

the stone: Jacob. M. Stogsill, July 13, 1825-Sept. 27, 1872; "Beseech you therefore

brethen by the mercies of God that you present your bodies, a living sacrifice, wholly

acceptable to God, which is your reasonable service."

[on the far east side of the cemetery and directly south of #155 is a large plot enclosed by a iron

fence containing seven stones; in the northeast corner is:]

172. Archibald Fair, b. in County Fermanagh, Ireland, d. April 23, 1894, aged 70 years, 10

months and 20 days;

"May he rest in peace"

173. ["F" at the top] W. J. Fair, 1879-1920

"He loved his neighbor as himself

[at bottom of stone: "Fair"]

[directly to the south:]

174. [Large stone with "Fair" at the base and a small "F" at the top]

W. M. Fair, May 31, 1817-Nov. 15, 1907

Sarah A. Fair, Oct 2, 1846-Feb. 24, 1908

175. Annie, daughter of W. and S. E. Fair, b. June 16, 1875, d. Jan. 16, 1892

"Died, but not forgotten:

[to the midpoint of the iron fence, but to west of Fairs:]

176. [Large stone] A. Elliott, 1837-1926

"He loved the Lord"

[directly to the south of this large stone:]

177. Sera Ann Elliott, b. in Fermanaugh Co., Ireland, July 1, 1811, d. Sept 4, 1899

"Wherefore He saith, awake thou that sleepth and arise from the dead and

Christ shall give the light"

[to the south of this, still inside the fence:]

 

178. [Broken stone] John Elliott, b. in Framanah Co., Ireland, Jan. 16, 1885, age 80 years

"To him in Christ a place is given,

among the saints with Christ in Heaven:

[above ends the markers inside the iron fence; directly west of the northwest corner of the iron fence is:]

179. [Broken stone] "My wife's grave" at top with roses; [hard to read since half the stone is lying

on the ground; it appears to be:] Jemina F., wife of J. W. Pafford, b. Feb. 2, 1847, d. Feb.

23, 1872; footstone has "J. F. P."

[#180 is due west of the northwest corn of the iron fence:]

180. [Four sided marker with markings on three sides] On the south side is : Dovie, daughter of

Jonathan and Nancy E. Howard, b. Dec. 16, 1860, d. Nov. 16, 1876; "She budded on

Earth, to bloom in Heaven"; on east side is: Jonathan Howard, b. July 2, 1828, d. June

20, 1876; "No pain, no grief, no anxious fear can reach the peaceful sleepers here"; on

the north side: Nancy Helen Wilson, b. Nov. 20, 1830, married to Jonathan Howard,

Dec. 1854, d. June 20, 1876; "Earth has one pure spirit less, Heaven one inmate more."

 

[just south of #171 and west of #180 is:]

181. [Pillared stone with inscriptions on three sides]

On the west side: "To them we trust a place is given, Among the saints with Christ in Heaven";

on the south side: Parmelia Thompson, b. June 1808, d. Sept. 6, 1889; on the north side: Leathy J. Ake,

b. July 22, 1834, d. Sept. 9, 1889

[directly to the south:]

182. [Broken stone lying down in the ground] L. Thompson, b. Mar. 18, 1801, d. Jan. 28, 1870

[to the south:]

183. Ella Loving, July 2, 1868-May 13, 1928

"Earth's brightest gems are fading"

[stone appears to have been moved about four feet from a concrete base, which is

to the east of the present stone]

[to the south and west:]

184. M. L., wife of J. S. Loving, b. Jan. 31, 1835, d. April 11, 1907

"Resting in hope of a glorious resurrection"

At the base: "Loving"

[directly to the north:]

185. John S. Loving, b. May 22, 1831, d. Jan. 9, 1893

"Wept not, he is at rest"

[to the immediate north of above is:]

186. James S. Loving, b. Sept. 26, 1855, d. Aug. 31, 1883

"Earth has one pure spirit less

Heaven one inmate more"

[immediately to the north:]

187. Jessie E., daughter of T. S. and M. J. Thomas, b. Feb 3, 1879, d. Aug. 16, 1882

"Our darling has gone before

To meet us on the golden shore"

[just to the north is:]

188. Effie Evona, daughter of J. S. and R. R. Loving, b. Jan. 14, 1890, d. Apr. 16, 1890

[inscription not legible]

[immediately to the north is:]

189. At the top of the stone: "Here rests a beloved wife and mother" Laura J. Thomas, b. Mar. 27,

1842, d. Nov. 9, 1879

"I am not death, but sleepth"

[immediately to the north is:]

190. [Large stone with markings on two of the four sides]

On the west side: Rev. Robert Wallace Thomas, b. April 26, 1811, d. Mar. 16, 1893.

"He was ordained a minister of the Missionary Baptist Church about 1837 and

continued until his death. He died as he lived, a Christian"; on the north side of the

stone: Ann E., wife of Rev. R. W. Thomas, b. May 8, 1817, d. Jan. 2, 1904; "a precious

one has gone."

 

[west of the unmarked graves area and south of #137:]

191. William Watson, d. Jan. 1, 1881; aged 39 years

[immediately to the south:]

192. "Mother" Margaret Watson, 1844-1886

"In loving memory"

[directly south is:]

193. Nora Kight, Aug 3, 1883-Jan. 6, 1888

"In loving memory"

[directly south of #193 and west of the unmarked grave area and west of "Effie" grave, #188:]

194. George W. Burke, b. July 5, 1856, d. Apr. 5, 1893

"A loving husband, a father dear, a faithful friend lies buried here"

[immediately to the south is:]

195. Edna, daughter of S. T. and Josie Merritt, b. Dec. 16, 1895, d. Feb. 21, 1899

"Weep not Poppa and Momma for me

for I am waiting Heaven for thee

[lamp on stone]


[directly to the south is:]

196. Ethel Burke, August 15, 1892-Mar. 19, 1911

"Earth has one pure spirit less

Heaven on inmate more."

[immediately west and north of #194:]

197. Sallie M., wife of J. M. Burke, b. Aug 21, 1819, d. Jan. 30, 1910

[just to the south of this stone, directly west of #194:]

198. James M. Burke, b. Mar. 5, 1813, d. Mar. 12, 1894

"Wept not, he is at rest"

[little to the sound and west of #196 and to the south and west of #198:]

199. [base of stone, no markings]

[on far east side on the cemetery, immediately and close by the previously mentioned iron fence,

at the southwest corner is:]

200. D. F. Ashby, d. March 27, 1883, aged 68 years and 21 days; Masonic symbol at top of

tombstone; stone has sunken into the ground.

(the next four are located at the far west side of the cemetery in the center of the western edge)

201. [Broken stone, no inscription; also a funeral home metal marker with no inscription]

202. Cave infant, 1919-1919

203. James Blair Cave, 1918-1919

204. [Double stone] Cave, John C., 1889-1950; Alma L., 1897-1988

[to the south of #200 is a sunken spot in the ground with flowers that have been mowed over.

It appears to have been a grave, but there is no marker]

[to the south and west of #200 is #205, an unusual stone of a cross with a flower at the top. It is labeled:]

205. Minnie M. E., daughter of W. T. and H. E. Maynard, b. May 13, 1878, d. April 9, 1885;

"Weep not Poppa and Momma for me

for I am waiting in Heaven for thee."

[quite a distance south is #206:]

206. Gracie M., daughter of F. S. and M. P. Perry, b. March 14, 1901, d. June 16, 1901;

"Gone so soon"; based marked "Perry".

[directly to the south of the above is:]

207. Claudie, son of F. S. and M. P. Perry, b. November 11, 1895, d. September 28, 1896;

"In Heaven there is one angel more"; base of the marker is "Perry".

[directly east of this is:]

208. Infant son of L. P. and Sarah E. Perry, born and died September 10, 1899;

"Gone but not forgotten"; at the base is marked "Perry".

[directly east of this is:]

209. Robert F., son of G. B. and Artamisha Perry, b. March 1, 1888, d. February 14, 1903

[about 20 feet south of #207 is:]

210. [Concrete marker with handwritten letters] Viola Boren

[directly south:]

211. [At ground level is a base of a former marker; flowers have planted, so it is probably a grave,

no identification]

[west and a little south:]

212. Billy S. Pope, 1935-1936

[north of #212 is #213:]

213. [Clasped hands above a stone intermeshed with a bush growing beside it] John W. Carr

b. Feb. 12, 1842, d. Nov. 7, 1892;

"Loving husband, father dear,

faithful friend lies buried here."

[directly north of #213 is a mound that could have been another grave and immediately north of that is:]

214. A. W. Runnion, b. May 20, 1850, d. Mar. 7, 1910;

"He died as he lived, a Christian."

[directly north of #214 is:]

215. [Holy Bible at the top of the marker] Elizabeth R., wife of R. W. Watson, b. April 28, 1846, d.

Dec. 13, 1881;

"To angel form the spirit given,

Thy God has claimed thee for His own."

[immediately north is:]

216. J. B., husband of Annie Watson, b. Oct. 31, 1867, d. Jan. 4, 1899;

"To Him we trust a place is given,

Among the saints in Heaven."

[immediately west of #215 is:]

217. [Four sided stone with inscriptions on three sides] On west side with lilies at the top:

"Gone home, father and mother; on north side: B. S. Clayton, b. Jan. 5, 1849, d. Oct. 15,

1886; on the south side is: Mary E., wife of B. S. Clayton, b. Nov. 25, 1848, d. Dec. 3,

1879

[to the south is:]

218. [A small stone with a dove on top] Lera E., daughter of B. S. and M. E. Clayton, b. Aug. 1,

1876, d. Sept. 30, 1880;

"Sleep on, sweet baby, and take thee rest,

God called thee home, He knowth best."

[to the south of this and west of #214 is:]

219. Exa, wife of A. W. Runnion, b. April, 1861, d. Mar. 4, 1879

[to the immediate south of this is:]

220. William, son of A. W. and E. Runnion, b. Feb. 16, 1879, d. Aug. 3, 1879

[to the south of #220 is:]

221. Sarah O. A., daughter of A. W. and D. A. Runnion, b. Dec. 1, 1881, D. Nov. 27, 1883.

[immediately to the south is:]

222. Alla S., daughter of A. W. and D. A. Runnion, b. Jan. 4, 1886, d. Jan. 11, 1886

[immediately to the south is:]

223. Maggie D., daughter of A. W. and D. A. Runnion, b. Aug. 21, 1883, d. Jan. 18, 1890

[south is:]

224. Sallie E., wife of C. A. Callahan, b. Oct. 27, 1856, d. Feb. 14, 1884 [clasped hands at top of

stone over which is written: "Gone home"; underneath the dates of the stone:

"Weep not, she is at rest, beyond the shining river"

[a little bit to the south is:]

225. Mary W. McMurray, b. 1810 d. 1880

"Gone, but not forgotten"

[to the south:]

226. W. A. Key, Apr. 27, 1879, Nov. 11, 1880;

"Budded on earth

to bloom in Heaven"

[to the south:]

227. [At the top marked: "At rest"] M. L. Key, June 2, 1844, July 1881

[to the west of #226 is:]

228. Infant son of J. W. and M. N. Morriss, b. and d. Oct. 12, 1895;

"Budded on earth

to bloom in Heaven"

[just to the north is:]

229. [Double stone marked "Morriss"] Mary Narcissa, b. July 31, 1871, d. July 28, 1962; John

Wiseman, b. Apr. 15, 1870, d. Aug. 3, 1947

230. [a small marker laid into the ground] Ida Mae Morriss, b. June 6, 1893, d. Apr. 13, 1983

[to the north and west of #221 is:]

231. Elmore, Beulah, wife of W. E. Elmore, b. Feb 20, 1880, d. Feb. 26, 1931.

[to the north:]

232. Bourland, F. C., b. Dec. 21, 1834, d. Nov. 25, 1916; Ann Bourland, b. Dec. 14, 1850,

d. Apr. 15, 1912;

"Asleep in Jesus"

[to the north:]

233. Ira E., son of F. C. and S. A. Bourland, b. Jan. 31, 1877, d. Nov. 8, 1880;

"Weep not, he is at rest"

[to the north:]

234. [Broken stone] Julia E., daughter of F. C. and S. A. Bourland, b. Sept. 21, 1874, d. May

29, 1892;

"Gone but not forgotten"

[to the north and west of #234, and to the west of the unmarked grave area is:]

235. [Clasped hands with:] Sarah E., wife of Reuben Marks, b. Dec. 8, 1825, d. July 29, 1901;

"Her happy soul has winged its way to one pure bright eternal day"

[to the south is:]

236. [Broken stone; Mason marker] Ruben Marks, b. May 11, 1822, d. June 28, 1895;

"He died as he lived, a Christian"

[south and east of #236 and west of #233 is:]

237. [Dove at the top] Mary E., daughter of J. H. and R. Stinson, b. Oct. 7, 1892, d. Mar. 12, 1893

"Sleep on, sweet baby and take thee rest

God called away when he thinks best"

[south and west of #231 is:]

238. [Base of another stone, the top of which is missing]

[south and west of #196 is:]

239. [Large black stone with "F" at the top] Daniel Farrow, b. Nov. 28, 1827, d. June 21, 1898;

his wife, Mary, b. Feb. 22, 1833, d. Dec. 20, 1918;

"Faithful Father and Mother Farrow"

[to the south:]

240. Infant son of John and Allie Baker, Dec. 1, 1915;

"God bless in an early death,

And takes the infant unto Himself"

[to the south:]

241. Dannie, infant of C. G. and Emma Farrow, b. Nov. 17, 1900, d. Nov. 23, 1900;

"Our darling one has gone before

to greet us on the blissful shore"

[immediately to the south is:]

242. Mary Othel, daughter of C. G. and E. Farrow, b. Apr. 5, 1902, d. June 15, 1902;

"Our darling"

[to the south is:]

243. [Lamb at the top] Infant baby of N. E. and Laura Hamilton, b. Jan. 20, 1901, d. Jan. 24,

1901

"Our darling one has gone before

to greet us on the blissful shore"

[to the south:]

244. Willie, son of N. E. and Laura Hamilton, b. Dec. 8, 1901, d. Oct. 12, 1918;

"He called for Momma and Jesus one day,

And Jesus said, Willie come this way"

[to the south:]

245. [Double marker] "Hamilton"; Laura Ann, b. May 27, 1877, d. June 15, 1961; N. E., b. Sept.

16, 1879, d. Dec. 31, 1961

[to the south:]

246. Linda Lou Jones, d. May 9, 1941

[to the south:]

247. [Double flat stone] Myers, Katy, b. 1903, d. 1905; Myrtle, b. 1905, d. 1907

[to the south:]

248. Elbert Myers, b. Apr. 22, 1899, d. Feb. 23, 1928

[to the south:]

249. [Double stone] Myers, Matilda E., b. 1872, d. 1929; J. S., b. 1872, d. 1953

[due west of #248 is:]

250. Infant daughter of J. L. and I. E. Howell, born and died July 31, 1911

[to the north:]

251. Noel, son of J. L. and I. E. Howell, b. Sept. 5, 1912, d. May 22, 1913;

"A little time on earth he spendt,

til God for him His angel sent"

[to the north:]

252. [A heart shaped stone] Pearl B., son of P. F. and Annie B. Smith, b. June 5, 1909, d. July 10,

1909;

"Our darling one has gone before,

to greet us on that blissful shore"

[to the north:]

253. ["Love" at the top, radiating from a cross] Annie Beulah, wife of P. F. Smith, b. June 24,

1882, d. June 5, 1909;

"How short her life, how brief her story.

God's wisdom who can tell her soul reach out from pain to glory.

Grieving loved ones, all is well"

"Smith" at the base.

[to the north:]

254. Tobe McDonald, b. Sept. 9, 1868, d. Feb. 25, 1923

"Gone so soon"

"McDonald"

[to the north and a little bit east of #254 and north and west of #239 is:]

255. D. B. Farrow, b. Oct. 10, 1864, d. Dec. 28, 1918;

"A honest man is the noblest work of God"

"Farrow"

[to the south and west of #255 is:]

256. [Four sided marker with inscriptions on two sides] On the west side: "George" C. F. George,

b. June 24, 1861, d. Dec. 24, 1910

"He followed virtue as his truest guide,

Lived as a Christian,

As a Christian died"

On the north side: Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. George, b. Mar. 14, 1905, d. Mar.

21, 1905

[to the south:]

257. Masdom T. "Mack" Hill, b. 1890, d. 1955

[to the south and west is:}

258. [Double stone] Mugg, Jennie S., b. 1880, d. 1959; John W., b. 1881, d. 1960

[to the south:]

259. Infant son of J. W. and Jennie Mugg

[to south and east and on the opposite side of a large cedar tree is:]

260. [Double stone] Hamilton, Ellen, b. 1856, d. 1931; Berry, b. 1843, d. 1919

[to the south:]

261. Matilda L. Ethridge, b. 1873, d. 1931

[farther to the south:]

262. Joe F. Crossland, b. July 7, 1885, d. Nov. 12, 1918

[to the west and across the cedar tree from #260:]

263. [Enclosed in a wire fence; double stone with "M" at the top] W. O. Myers, b. Dec. 31, 1846,

d. Mar. 16, 1914; his wife, Matilda C. Myers, b. June 4, 1851, d. Feb. 25, 1922

"No pain, no grief, no anxious fear can reach the peaceful sleeping here

Asleep in Jesus, blessed sleep, from which none ever wake to weep"

[at the base of the stone is "Myers"]

[directly north of #263 is a three stone plot enclosed in concrete curbing:]

264. Myers infant

265. Shoemaker infant

266. [Triple stone] Myers, Martha E., 1869-1899; Marion, 1874-1955; Theresa M. 1878-1938

[immediately north of the concrete curbed plot:]

267. Harold Ray Burch, 1934-1934

[immediately north of #267 is:]

268. [Double stone] Katie Burch, 1899-19--; Coyet, 1892-1951

[immediately to the north is:]

269. [Concrete covered grave with a stone marked:] Thomas H. Champion, 1892-1971

270. Mollie Brown, dau. of J. M. & J. A. Brown

[Located one row to the left and one row above Billy S. Pope (#212), his great-grandson]

271. Dee Matthews, 1856-1941 [There is a masonic symbol to the left of the name]

[Information for Dee Matthews provided courtesy of descendant Linda Murphy 2005]

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Note: Two graves listed in Collin County (Texas) Cemetery Inscriptions,

Mugg Cemetery were not located during this inventory:

1. Lee, Infant Son of Paul and Ruby Lee Nov. 4, 1933

2. Leach, Mary Myrtle, daughter of S. A. Davis Apr. 16, 1879-Aug. 16, 1881

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

 

Alphabetic Listing

Name: Gravesite:

1. Adamson, Emma #107

2. Adamson, Larkin A. #108

3. Adamson, Martin #106

4. Adamson, Mary M #89

5. Adamson, Simon M. #90

6. Ake, Leathy J. #181

7. Ashby, D. F. #200

8. Baby S. #47

9. Baby S. (Smallwood?) #158

10. Baker, Infant son #240

11. Baker, T. W. #72

12. Barner, Infant daughter #61

13. Barnes, James #60

14. Betts, Etta E. #65

15. Betts, M. Elizabeth #70

16. Betty, Infant daughter #128

17. Betty, Infant daughter #127

18. Black, Gindarella #30

19. Boren, Viola #210

20. Boswell, Sarah Jan #14

21. Bourland, Ann #232

22. Bourland, F. C. #232

23. Bourland, Ira E. #233

24. Bourland, Julia E. #234

25. Brown, Addie Hutson #44

26. Brown, Alvin #45

27. Brown, Annie #146

28. Brown, Della #13

29. Brown, Dimple #10

30. Brown, Ducie B. #103

31. Brown, Earl #11

32. Brown, Edith A. #95

33. Brown, J. M. #85

34. Brown, James M. #102

35. Brown, Jesse J. #142

36. Brown, Joseph M. #101

37. Brown, Julia A. #86

38. Brown, Laura Irene #141

39. Brown, Lorena #100

40. Brown, Marie #12

41. Brown, Martha #105

42. Brown, Mary #104

43. Brown, Mary E. #87

44. Brown, Mary F. #79

45. Brown, Mary J. #96

46. Brown, Maude C. #43

47. Brown, Mollie #270

48. Brown, Marvin H. #97

49. Brown, W. O. #147

50. Brown, William F. #80

51. Burch, Coyet #268

52. Burch, Harold Ray #267

53. Burch, Katie #268

54. Burke, Ethel #196

55. Burke, George W. #194

56. Burke, James M. #198

57. Burke, Sallie M. #197

58. C. M. (Catherine Mugg's footstone?) #163

59. Callahan, Sallie E. #224

60. Carr, John W. #213

61. Carroll, Infant #78

62. Carter, Weta Jo #75

63. Cave, A. E. (D) #125

64. Cave, Alma L. #204

65. Cave, Hettie #124

66. Cave, Infant #202

67. Cave, James Blair #203

68. Cave, James F. #123

69. Cave, John C. #204

70. Cave, Parolee #122

71. Champion, Thomas H. #269

72. Choate, C. Columbus #32

73. Choate, Gilford N. #31

74. Choate, Henrietta #34

75. Choate, John #42

76. Choate, Margaret #41

77. Choate, R. C. #35

78. Choate, S. J. #33

79. Clayton, B. S. #217

80. Clayton, Lera E. #218

81. Clayton, Mary E. #217

82. Croner, Mary Ann #48

83. Croner, Mary Susan #49

84. Cross, Adah #7

85. Crossland, Joe F. #262

86. Culwell, Rachel #168

87. Davis, Mary Myrtle #113

88. Deere, Omega Sue #153

89. Dickey, T. H. #140

90. Drew, Charlie M. #151

91. Drew, Laura J. #151

92. Durham, E. C. #21

93. Edens, J. M. C. #51

94. Edens, Sarah B. #50

95. Elliot, A. #176

96. Elliott, John #178

97. Elliott, Sera Ann #177

98. Elmore, Beulah #231

99. Ethridge, Matilda L. #261

100. Evan, F. M. #162

101. Evans, Mattie #162

102. Fair, Annie #175

103. Fair, Archibald #172

104. Fair, Sarah A. #174

105. Fair, W. J. #173

106. Fair, W. M. #174

107. Farrow, D. B. #255

108. Farrow, Daniel #239

109. Farrow, Dannie #241

110. Farrow, Mary #239

111. Farrow, Mary Othel #242

112. Franklin, Beulah #133

113. Franklin, Isaac #132

114. Franklin, James B. #131

115. Furr, Paul M. #20

116. George, C. F. #256

117. George, Infant son #256

118. Gleaves, "Bud" T. R. #17

119. Gleaves, Mrs. F. L. #18

120. Gleaves, Rebecca A. #16

121. Goodwin, Thomas E. #66

122. Gracy, Leonard #39

123. Gracy, Baby boy #40

124. Gracy, Bryant #38

125. Guynn, Granvill H. #29

126. Guynn, Herschell #28

127. Hamilton #164

128. Hamilton #166

129. Hamilton, B. M. #167

130. Hamilton, Berry #260

131. Hamilton, Ellen #260

132. Hamilton, Infant babe #243

133. Hamilton, Laura Ann #245

134. Hamilton, Mary E. #165

135. Hamilton, N. E. #245

136. Hamilton, Willie #244

137. Hansard, "Father" #94

138. Hansard, "Mother" #93

139. Hansard, Eldon #1

140. Hansard, Faye #2

141. Hansard, Jesse #3

142. Hansard, Neva B. #4

143. Hansard, son #5

144. Hansard, son #6

145. Hawkins, Alpha B. #26

146. Helms, infant son #22

147. Helms, James #24

148. Helms, Margreta #27

149. Helms, Tennessee #25

150. Helms, Willie #23

151. Hill, Masdom T. "Mack" #257

152. Holmes, Addie V. #155

153. Howard, Charlie A. #91

154. Howard, Dovie #180

155. Howard, Jacob #92

156. Howard, Jonathan #180

157. Howard, Nancy Helen Wilson #180

158. Howell, Infant daughter #250

159. Howell, Noel #251

160. Hunt, Alpha #64

161. Hutchings, Eliza Beth W. #110

162. Hutchings, J. J. #111

163. Hutchings, John R. #151

164. Hutchings, Julia Fiducia #109

165. Hutchings, Myrtilla #112

166. Hutson, Fannie #54

167. Hutson, John P. #55

168. Jones, Linda Lou #246

169. Key, M. L. #227

170. Key, W. A. #226

171. Kight, Charlotte #62

172. Kight, Nora #193

173. Lile, Mrs. R. C. #138

174. Locher, David #63

175. Locklet. George #126

176. Loving, Effie Evona #188

177. Loving, Ella #183

178. Loving, James S. #186

179. Loving, John S. #185

180. Loving, M. L. #184

181. Marks, Reuben #236

182. Marks, Sarah E. #235

183. Matthews, Dee #271

184. Maynard, Minnie M. E. #205

185. McDonald, Tobe #254

186. McElrath, Albert #9

187. McLin, William C. #171

188. McMurry, Mary W. #225

189. Melton, Pierce W. #71

190. Merritt, Edna #195

191. Midgett, William F. #8

192. Miller, Clarissa C. #149

193. Miller, Clarissa C. #150

194. Miller, Ermin C. #149

195. Miller, Infant #148

196. Miller, John M. #149

197. Miller, Leona #56

198. Moore, Mrs. C. L. #19

199. Morriss, Ida Mae #230

200. Morriss, Infant son #228

201. Morriss, John Wiseman #229

202. Morriss, Mary Narcissa #229

203. Mugg, Catharine #139

204. Mugg, E. B. #143

205. Mugg, Emily B. #144

206. Mugg, Infant son #259

207. Mugg, Infant son #145

208. Mugg, Jennie S. #258

209. Mugg, John W. #258

210. Mugg, Perry M. #144

211. Mugg. Richard M. #139

212. Mulkey, W. T. #73

213. Myers, Elbert #248

214. Myers, Infant #264

215. Myers, J. S. #249

216. Myers, Katy #247

217. Myers, Marion #266

218. Myers, Martha E. #266

219. Myers, Mathilda E. #249

220. Myers, Matilda C. #263

221. Myers, Myrtle #247

222. Myers, Theresa M. #266

223. Myers, W. O. #263

224. Pafford, Jemina F. #179

225. Patterson, Clifford #83

226. Patterspm. Gertrude #81

227. Patterson, Minnie #82

228. Patterson, Orvall #84

229. Perry, Claudie #207

230. Perry, Gracie M. #206

231. Perry, Infant son #208

232. Perry, Robert F. #209

233. Philips, John W. #120

234. Philips, Tennessee #121

235. Pope, Baby #67

236. Pope, Billy S. #212

237. Pope, Elvira S. #69

238. Pope, Harold G. #68

239. Reiber, Linda Ann #53

240. Robert, Lettita #88

241. Runnion, A. W. #214

242. Runnion, Alla S. #222

243. Runnion, Exa #219

244. Runnion, Maggie D. #223

245. Runnion, Sarah O. A. #221

246. Runnion, William #220

247. Sells, Claude #77

248. Sells, Lewis #74

249. Sells, Nellie L. #76

250. Shoemaker, Infant #265

251. Smallwood, Edith #152

252. Smallwood, Ethel #156

253. Smallwood, Flora M. #157

254. Smallwood, J. W. #159

255. Smallwood, Preston #154

256. Smallwood, C. C. #161

257. Susie (Smallwood?) #160

258. Smith, Annie Beulah #253

259. Smith, Bonnie Lorene #98

260. Smith, James B. #99

261. Smith Pearl B. #252

262. Stilley, Alfred #115

263. Stinson, Mary E. #237

264. Stogsill, Jacob M. #171

265. Stone base #211

266. Stone base #238

267. Stone base, no markings #199

268. Stone broken, no inscription #201

269. Stone, broken #114

270. Stone, broken #130

271. Templin, George B. #37

272. Templin, Hattie V. #36

273. Thomas, Ann E. #190

274. Thomas, Jessie E. #187

275. Thomas, Laura J. #189

276. Thomas, Robert N. #170

277. Thomas, Robert Wallace #190

278. Thompson, L. #182

279. Thompson, Parmelia #181

281. Toughstene, F. M. N. #169

282. Turnbow, Charles #52

283. Watson, Elizabeth R. #215

284. Watson, J. B. #216

285. Watson, Jane #134

286. Watson, Liza #137

287. Watson, Margaret #192

288. Watson, Sallie J. #136

289. Watson, William #191

290. Watson, William H. #135

291. Williams, Delilah #118

292. Williams Emma Myrtle #116

293. Williams, George W. #119

294. Williams, Oscar Tony #117

295. Wilson, Alexander #59

296. Wilson, Alexander #58

297. Wilson, Mable D. #46

298. Wilson Mary #57

299. Wilson, Nancy Helen #180

300. Wright, W. B. #129

301. Young, J. M. #15

OLD MARKERS
Immediately south of #71 Pierce W. Melton is: #71A Enda Bulah Melton, Dec 19, 1901~Oct 7, 1903

To the south is double marker #71B William M Akin, Apr 19, 1848~Oct 13, 1905
Jane H Akin, Apr 4, 1850~Mar 15, 1912
Update to #269 T. Hardy Champion, April 2, 1892~May 8, 1971
Update to #160 Susie M. Webb Gee, Oct 7, 1868~June 30, 1917
Wife of J. W. Smallwood
Update to #211 Flat Marker with Masonic Emblem
Dee Mathews 1856~1941

NEW MARKERS

2 steps northwest of #53 Linda Ann Reiber (at the foot of grave 272 CAve is flat marker
#271 Carl C cave, Lt-jg U S Navy, World War 2
East and north of #60 James Barnes is
#272 Double marker
Juanita Cave 1912-2003
Carl C Cave 1918-1996
north is #273 Richard K Lahnmer, Us Navy
April 2, 1944-May 7, 1998
U S S Enterprise CVA 65
slightly west and north of #67 Baby Pope is
#274 Double marker
Daisy Dea Cave Nicodemus, b Aug 29, 1935
James F. Nicodemus, b Dec 18, 1944
north of #274 : #275 Double marker (in middle is Married Feb 11, 1934)
Gladys Ina Perry Cave, Feb 9, 1914
Alvis Louis (Ted) Cave. Sept 15, 1913~Sept 9, 2002
Our Children
Daisy Dea & Louis Lee
north is #276 : Double marker
Married Oct 31, 1963
"Scotter" Sharron Ruth Cave, Oct 13, 1939
"Poppie" Louis Lee Cave, May 17,1939
Our Childen
Kelly, Laura & Jason
south and west of #271 is #277 Elizabeth Reed Wagner, April 23, 1980~April 1, 2002
"You made the world a better place to live"

south of #77 Claude Sells is: #278 Frank Sells, PFC US Army,World War II
Jan 25, 1926~May 21, 1990

south of #127 inf dau Betty is: #127 Double marker
Married Jan 1, 1933
Jimmie Lee Johnson Cave Apr 28, 1916~Feb 21,2005
Jim Perry Cave (J.P.) Nov 5, 1911~Dec 1, 2002
(on back {east} side)
CAVE
Our children
Glenda, Jean, Sharon
"The Godly walk with integrity
Blessed are their children after them"
Proverbs 20.7

north of #267 Harold Burch
#280 Frances Mozell Burch Nov 16, 1925~Mar1, 2005

north of #254 Tobe McDonald is
#281 Tobie Mc Donald Oct 9, 1901~Aug 24, 1992
brown watson
stilley watson



Updated: January 19, 2014
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Sue Patterson