Perkins Cemetery Pictures

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Perkins Cemetery
The Perkins Cemetery is located on Hwy 264 north of the Bellar house at Stonewall.
This cemetery was unfenced and destroyed with all stones down and broken. Family
members have acquired military markers for Confederate soldiers buried here.
The property owner fenced the cemetery Dec 2000.
36-41-50N 85-53-89W

Durham, Thomas M. 1835- 26 Nov 1864 Co. D, 9th Tn Cav CSA
Note:This stone for Thomas M Durham is a memorial as he was
captured during John Hunt Morgans Ohio raid and imprisioned
at Camp Douglas near Chicago, Il. He died from small pox and
is thought to be buried in a mass grave there.
Durham, James A. 9 Feb 1841 - 3 Jul 1910 Co.G, 28th Tn Inf. CSA
Durham, Francis E 5 Sept 1845 - 19 June 1915
Perkins, Minerva T. w/o H.J. 1 June 1840 - 21 Aug 1927
Perkins, H.J. 6 Oct 1822 - 9 June 1907
Perkins, Araminta 19 Dec 1825 - 5 Mar 1896
Cowan, Mary S Perkins w/o John 27 Dec 1854- 5 Dec 1894
Marr. John Cowan 23 Apr 1874

Names and dates from Smith County Cemeteries - South of the Cumberland River Pg 190.

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