#147 Martin Cemetery

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Lascassas Quadrangle 2/3 mile north of Jefferson Pike

East of Valley View Road 1/4 of a mile down a farm access road and in wooded area.

Gwen’s notes: 

This was a large cemetery and was likely the McAdoo/Martin cemetery.   People are buried there before the Civil War and there is a large row of graves which appears to be slaves. At one time the McAdoo’s owned 48 slaves. This is all going to be lost soon. There are hardly any markers left standing. Some of these pictures were made earlier.

Photographed by Madge Ann Florida Patton

WindsongGlass@dtccom.net

Emailed to  me by Gwen Boyd

gwenboyd2@bellsouth.net

SC Donnell & Sarah

S. C. Donnell

30 May 1829

09 Sep 1885

His wife

S. F. McAdoo

16 Sep 1839

26 Mar 1902

SC Donnell and Sarah2

Better image

 

WIFE OF RWM

Mary J. Martin

Wife of R. W. Martin

19 May 1818

11 Feb 1882

EDWINMARTIN

Edwin Martin

Son of Wm. F. and Margaret Martin

10 Oct 1895

07 Jun 1898

Emna Kellow

Mrs. Emma Kellow

02 Jan 1878

09 Nov 1903

Robert L Martin

Robert L. Martin

14 Jan 1850

29 Dec 1885

Note: These stones appear to have shaving cream on them. Please do not do this.  When we first started doing genealogy, this was the preferred method of photographing stones and many of us did it, but now we know that it can destroy the stone.

Also DON’T write the photographers about this. They let me use the pictures, so be nice to them.

Robert W Martin

Dr. R. W. Martin

07 Jan 1813

08 Aug 1905

  Solen McAdoo

Solen H. McAdoo

10 Jun 1841

24 Nov 1868

Son of RWM

Samuel L. Martin

19 Jun 1844

17 Nov 1848

Infant son of M. J. and R. W. Martin

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Little Leura Cason

18 Mar 1877

13 Jun 1878

C. L. Wrather

No Dates

Rev. W. M. Sellars

16 Sep 1818

01 Oct 1870

Jane Elizabeth

Daugther of W. M. and Mary E. Sellars

02 Jul 1850

31 Aug 1852

Iron fence around two graves.  Stones were broken and down in 1974 when cemetery book was done

Joseph S. William

29 Sept 1833

03 Jul 1891

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