(Horney Head Creek Road)
This is a small, well-maintained family cemetery on the south side of Horny Head Creek Road. The cemetery is indicated near the southeastern corner of the U.S.G.S. Holladay quadrangle (1987). There are four fieldstone-marked graves. David Donahue recorded this cemetery December 27, 1992 and checked and updated it February 18, 2002.
Margarett Alexander recorded this cemetery on July 25, 1976. Her record appears in Decatur County, Tennessee Cemetery Records published by the Captain Daniel A. Wesson Chapter, United Daughters of the Confederacy, Parsons, Tennessee, 1984, p. 572. She counted four fieldstone-marked graves. This is referred to as UDC transcription in the notes below.
Inman, Edith E., Jan. 4, 1909-Mar. 10, 1914, "Dau. of J. E. & L. W. Inman"
Kirby, Robert, 1925-1925, "Son of Ava Elmer" [replacement]
Still, Andrew, 1863-1932, "Father" footstone
Still, Mattie, 1869-1923, "Mother" footstone
Still, Carlos Rex, 1907-1983
Still, Cleo, 1917-1919, "Dau. of Hensley-Ona" [replacement]
Still, Coy, Oct. 14, 1921-Feb. 25, 1922, "Son of L. W. &. O. E. Still"
Still, Dora L., Apr. 8, 1905-Dec. 3, 1928
Still, Lee Roy, Sept. 5, 1905-Mar. 22, 1980, "Roy" footstone
Still, Queenie E., Mar. 20, 1907-____ [ground disturbance indicates she is buried here]
Still, Eva, Dec. 4, 1903-Dec. 15, 1904, "Dau. of A. G.-Mattie Still" [replacement]
Still, Infant, no dates, "Infant dau. of Roy & Dora Still" [replacement]
Still, Wilson Ear, Sept. 16, 1930-July 20, 1995, military marker "SFC US Army Vietnam"
Other People Known To Be Buried Here
The UDC transcription contains the following note written by Margarett Alexander: "I interviewed Mrs. Queenie Still on the telephone — she states one unmarked grave is that of a Mrs. Still, the mother of Andrew Still, but she was unable to give me Mrs. Still's name or dates. The remaining 3 unmarked graves were Fowler. Mr. Andrew Still started the graveyard."
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