These Photos Graciously Submitted by John Waggoner Jr.
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The Haynes-Sullins Cemetery is located on Hackett Valley Road. Turn across the wooden bridge
behind the old Church of God and cemetery is on left under big tree. On Oct. 10th 2001 this
cemetery was in poor condition and almost destroyed, the stone of Richmon and Elen Sullins
was missing, (See Last 2 photos from 2001). New Landowners have cleaned this cemetery and
they found the missing stone of Richmon and Elen Sullins. This update done on December 4, 2004.
We wish to thank the new landowners for their efforts in perserving our Smith County Heritage!
Haynes, Charlie 15 June 1823 - 8 Apr 1878
"A honest man is the noblest work of God"
Sullins, Richmon 1813 -1890
Sullins, Elen 1833 -1894
Several other unmarked graves.
Note: Richmon Sullins was a Union Soldier during the Civil War serving as
Private in Co. G. 1st Mounted Infantry.
List in Smith County Tennessee Cemeteries- South of the Cumberland River Page 85.
Listed in Cemetery Records of Smith County, Tennessee by Louise Gillespie Lynch on page 22.
Haynes-Sullins Cemetery - Oct. 10th 2001
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