Take Highway 13 about 10 miles to Spring Valley Road, turn right, go to the stop sign, turn right on Old Highway 13. Go about 2 miles. cemetery is on the right beside the road. There is a driveway but no sign. Land belongs to Mr. Wimberly in white house just past the cemetery.



                           APRIL 4,1927 - DEC.16,1956

BRUNSON Emma Born Oct.28,1870 Died Oct.25,1891

                         Budded on earth to bloom in Heaven

GAINS Eliza Nov.5,1828 - Nov.11,1916

                 A tender mother and a faithful friend

GAINS Roxie Oct.14,1847 - Oct.12,1927

                She was a kind and affectionate wife. a fond mother and a friend to all.

GARRETT Dallis Departed this life Sept.6,1905

                        Sleep on dear and take thy rest in Jesus arms forever blest

MARTIN Mrs. Clemmie 1900 - 1972

WIMBERLY Rev. A.B. Jr. March 1,1886 - Feb.28,1945

WIMBERLY Henry Born July 24,1921 Died Jan.28,1928 At Rest

                                    Brother of J.B. Wimberly Parents: Doug & Anne Wimberly

WIMBERLY Lee W. March 20,1911 - March 10,1940

WIMBERLY Marcus L. 1992 - 1992

 Many unmarked graves

           This is a burial ground of slaves and their descendents

Transcribed by: Kathy Reynolds & Patty Davis

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                        March 24,2000  Wimberly Cemetery  Montgomery County, Tennessee

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