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Listing and photo contributed by Robert Hartzog Jr.
Row 3 Left to right:
LYNN, Jim - d. 1867
Row 2 Left to Right
LYNN, Amanda , Died 1927 (Amanda Melvina Mellie Hightower, B: Dec 19 1863 - Died: Nov 9 1927)
1st row as you enter the gate
LYNN, Lester B. - b August 30, 1880 - d. 1968/69
In the trees behind the cemetery is a wooden marker stating that a civil war Captain lies here. I do not know if it is still there. I saw it about 10 years ago; he has a marker, but it is badly deteriorated. [Source: Deo Vindice, Homer Jones, SCV]
STANFORD, Thomas Quincy (Captain Company "G" 39th Alabama Infantry Volunteers) Killed in the battle of Stones River at Murfreesboro Tennessee. wounded Murfreesboro December 31, 1862, d. nearby January 2, 1863 He was the son of Thomas Jefferson Stanford & Dorothy Ann McGee. His wife was Ann Eliza Guilford.
Betty (Stanford) Sandifer and Capt. Thomas Quincy Stanford was my great, great uncle.
This land for the cemetery was supposedly given by Mason Lynn to be used as a cemetery. Family legend has it that numerous slave graves are located in the grove of trees & underbrush.
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