Tombstone Inscriptions, Et Cetera from the Black Cemeteries of Chester County, Tennessee
By Jonathan Kennon Thompson Smith
Copyright, Jonathan K. T. Smith, 2000


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            From Highway 100, Jacks Creek, turn north onto Highway 22-A and drive about 1.1 miles to Smith Road, turn west onto it and about .1 mile turn north onto a gravel lane that leads shortly to this cemetery. The black folk here are buried on the south side of and old white graveyard in which many members/descendants of the white Trices are buried.

WILLIAM TRICE, 1864-1920\ALICE TRICE, 1862-____

ELIZABETH, wife of ALLEN WOTSON, June 13, 1864-Nov. 6, 1921, Gone but not forgotten

NEILY, wife of Ned TRICE, Born October 4, 1833, Died April 24, 1910, Age 76 yrs. 6 mos & 20 dys


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JACKSON TRICE, Born March 25, 1831, Died Aug. 9, 1895, Age 64 ys 4 ms & 14 ds, Weep not, he is at rest

DRUCE HAMLETT McDONALD, Died September 1906, A faithful friend

CATHERINE TRICE col /colored/ wife of Jack Trice Born July 20, 1836

Died January 30, 1893 Since thou canst no longer stay to cheer me with thy love, I hope to meet with thee again in yon bright world above


Also buried here, according to his death certificate:

NED TRICE, Died February 10, 1923, aged about 80 years


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