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Smith Cemetery
The Smith Cemetery is located approx. one mile from Pleasant Shade Highway
( Highway 80) in the Toney Hollow. Follow Toney Hollow Road for approx.
one half mile to a white house at end of road. Take private farm road thru
gate at left of house for a addition one-half mile to a barn. (Truck or four
wheel drive required) Cemetery is on hill to left of barn under a big oak tree.
This is a remote, peaceful and beautiful setting. Remains of a old house can be
seen at the bottom of the hill below the cemetery.
36-21-47N 85-55-95W

Smith, Salley 24 Dec 1834 - Feb 1 1911
Smith, Thomas M 1 Nov 1825 - 12 Dec 1888
"Beloved one farewell"
Phillips, Mamie 3 Aug 1904 - 25 Sept 1904
"Budded on earth to bloom in Heaven"
Phillips, Mary F 9 Sept 1867 - 9 Mar 1906
" A precious one from us has gone, a voice we loved is stilled
A place vacant in our home that never can be filled."
Taylor, Ind Dau of J.M. & Annie Taylor B & D 3 Feb 1913
" A little bud of love to bloom with God above."
Brooks, Infant S/O W.S. & D.A. Brooks 15 Dec 1894 - 26 Jan 1895
Gregory, Sarah H. 28 Jan 1865 - 20 Nov 1940
" Her record is on high"
Gregory, W.S. (William Stokes) 19 Aug 1860 -3 Nov 1927 A Mason
"We'll join thee in that heavenly land
no more to take the parting hand."

(Note: William Stokes and Sarah H. Smith Gregory are the great
grandparents of Smith County Web Host Charles Gregory.)

Transcribed by Retta Waggoner.

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