The colored Missionary Baptist Church and cemetery is five miles from Chattanooga. Follow highway # 64 to the Shallowford Road. The citizens of Hornville gave the land for the cemetery and church. The location at that time was called Hornville, but is now known as Eastdale. There are about twenty five unmarked graves, all of which are very old.
Chiden, Barbbra - Sept 27, 1878 - Jan 14, 1908
Jackson, E J - Apr 3, 1878 - June 15, 1918 - 'At rest.'
Doudy, James - May 22, 1861 - Feb 11, 1916 - 'The trial's ended, thy rest is won.'
Jackson, Chas. - Died Jan 29, 1932
Jackson, Robert - Died Mar 10, 1922
Woods, Helen - Mar 25, 1913 - Aug 15, 1925 - 'At rest.'
West, Sarah - Died Jan 6, 1879
Farris, John - Aug 7, 1842 - Feb 1, 1927 - 'At rest.'
King, Edna - Died Mar 24, 1935
Miner, Clara Mae - Mar 3, 1890 - June 4, 1912 - 'Gone but not forgotten.'
Fuller, Jas. - Died Aug 30, 1901 - Age 74 years
Robertson, Julia - Oct 12, 1919 - Age 55 years - 'At rest.'
Smith, Lizzie - Aug 1, 1869 - May 1, 1885 - (Erected by her borther, S Smith.)
Crawford, Mary Ann - Wife of Wm. Crawford - April, 1887 - Age 50 years.
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