Campbell County Tennessee Cemeteries
Hatfield Cemetery
 

  Submitted by Norma Harris

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Hatfield Cemetery

Going from Middlesboro, go across Fonde Mountain this will be on Hwy 90. Turn left onto ROCK CREEK ROAD, Go about two miles and you should come to the junction of Black Diamond and Rock Creek Ridge Road, turn right and stay on ROCK CREEK RIDGE. Go about two miles and you should come to Rock Creek United Baptist Church. It is on the left and the Gibson graveyard is there. Stay on the lower side and will cross railroad. Keep going about three miles, you will come to a large strip pit keep to lower side will see bunch of pines and go past an oil well on the right. side of the road. Then you should come to a level like place in the road right before the road starts going downhill again you should see on your left what would appear to be an old logging road. Stop and walk out through it just a bit, if you watch closely you will see a small like trail on the right and go up it a little ways and you should see a sign on a tree pointing down hill that is wooden with white letters GRV go down by the tree and look carefully and you will find the graves. Unfortunately time has not been good to them and Moses Hatfield grave is on the lower side marked by a stone that is rounded on sides higher in center. You have to get down and use fingers to make out the name. Sterling Hatfield grave is the only one there that is really readable and not that good. Henry Hatfield and Sallie Hatfield are buried there as well as a Mulkey Davis. I haven't yet figured out who Starling Hatfield is, however one Henry Hatfield b. abt 1841 son of Moses Hatfield married Sarah Sallie Davis b. 1845 and they had a son Sterling Hatfield who was listed as twelve years old in the Claiborne County census of 1880 . The age of this Henry does not work out to be the father of Starling. Moses son Thomas has a son Henry born abt. 1862 or 1863 per census of 1880. However this does not appear to be the son of Thomas either because he is still living at the time of the 1900 census.

Here is the grave information as I have it.

HATFIELD CEMETERY
MOSES HATFIELD my ggg grandfather 2-10-1813 4-20-1880 Henry Hatfield Born 1860 Died 1895 Sallie Hatfield 7-4-1845 12-23-1894 Mulkey Davis 3-19-1873 3-25-1893 Starling Hatfield 4-16-1869 4-7-1891

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