Boulton Cemetery Pictures

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Boulton Cemetery
The Boulton Cemetery is located 100 yards behind the old Boulton homeplace in Boulton's Bend.
This old house was built with logs in the early 1800's. There is only one stone standing in
the cemetery and some listed in cemetery book are not visible now.
36-13-45N 85-55-06W

There is a interesting history of the Boulton family in the History of Smith County, probably more
pages than any other family in the book. A tragedy occurred at this home April 1877 when a oil lamp
exploded during refueling and seriously burned four children. Richard and Lula died of their burns and
are buried in Boulton Cemetery. Two little girls, Clara and Elvie, were severely burned and scarred for
life. Neither ever married and their father willed the homeplace to them.

Boulton, Richard F. 11 Mar 1874 - 9 Apr 1877
Boulton, Lula C 10 Feb 1876 -10 Apr 1877
Boulton, Willie Ferrell 27 Jan 1884-27 Jun 1886
Boulton, John D. 7 Dec 1832 - 5 Dec 1916
Boulton, Lousia F.(Timberlake) 6 May 1844 - 10 Oct 1920
(Death date from other sources)
Several fieldstones could be graves of the
following family members reported buried here:
Boulton, James 1807 - ca. 1858
Boulton, Martha 1805 - ca. 1875
Boulton, Elizabeth Farley 1765-1857

Names and dates from Smith County Tennessee Cemeteries - South of the Cumberland River page 196

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