Fletcher Cemetery Pictures - Boyd Cedar Lane

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Fletcher Cemetery
The Fletcher Cemetery is located behind the home of Mrs. Guy Boyd at #850 Boyd Cedar Lane. This
old Fletcher homeplace is on a narrow strip of land of Smith County which protrudes into Putnam County.
36-10-25N 85-48-04W

Fletcher, Arabell 22 Dec 1867 - 6 Oct 1879
Fletcher, J.C. 25 May 1829 - 5 Oct 1896
"Since thou canst no longer stay
To cheer us with thy love
I hope to meet with thee again
In yon bright world above."
Fletcher, Amy W. 15 Oct 1834 - 29 Oct 1859
Fletcher, Lewis Henry 14 May 1855 - 3 Feb 1929
Fletcher, Martha Denny 9 Oct 1855 - 14 Oct 1939.

Copied by Retta Waggoner Feb 23, 2002.

Note: Lewis Fletcher, when a young boy in 1865, observed the Home Guard marching
two Confederate soldiers named Gillihan and Phillips. Shortly thereafter these two
soldiers were killed by their captors. Lewis Fletcher helped with the burial and building
of the rock wall around their graves in the Tom Hollow which is still standing today.

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