Key Cemetery Pictures

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KEY CEMETERY - Key Hollow - Monoville
The Key Cemetery is located at Monoville at # 321F Key Hollow Lane.The
cemetery is located on a hill behind former location of the Key homeplace.
Several fieldstones and unmarked graves have been marked with new stones
by Carmack and Fred G. Key.
36-18-12N 85-58-01W

Canada, Tamar Key ca. 1800 - 21 Dec 1844 d/o Jonathon Key & wife Mary Davis
Key, Caphira Hemjuana Haynie 11 Apr 1838 - 11 Jan 1908 w/o J.M.
Key, James Marcus 26 Dec 1836 - 14 Apr 1922 s/o Logan 2nd Lt. Co A, 23 Tn. Infantry-CSA
Key, J.L. 16 Dec 1869 - 10 Apr 1897
Key, Henry 31 May 1873 - 13 Nov 1878 s/o G.M. & V.O. Key
Key, Sallie 20 Apr 1875 - 5 Apr 1876 d/o G.M. & V.O. Key
Key, Lucinda 22 Dec 1836 - 10 May 1872 w/o G.M. Key
Key, Logan D. 30 Mar 1794 - 14 Nov 1858 s/o Jonathan b. Jones Co. N.C.
Key, Mary (Polly) Stovall - 1799 - Mar 1858 d/o Bartholomew & Sarah Stovall
Key, Anthony 1829-1860
Key, Elizabeth 1828 - 1851
Key, Soloman ca. 1790 - 1834 s/o Jonathan
Key, Nancy ca 1800 - 1833 d/o of B.W. Stovall -Born in Va.
Key, Jonothan - Original fieldstone marked "J.K. 1827"
Note:Moved from location several hundred yards away by family members to this
cemetery and a new stone was placed here. Jonathan was a Revolutionary Soldier
and he settled in Smith Co in 1812 when he married his second wife Ann Johns
widow of Isaac Johns. (Jonothan is my 4th greatgrandfather- John Waggoner Jr.)

Listed in Smith County Cemeteries - North of the Cumberland River Pg. 110

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