Transcribed from Decatur County, Tennessee Cemetery Records, p. 393
Copyright 1984, Nathaniel A. Wesson Chapter #2396,
United Daughters of the Confederacy, Parsons, TN
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Located off Highway 114 on the Alton Ivey farm. Leave blacktop in front of Ivey home, follow county gravel road, pass an old unlived-in frame house on left, go through gap in wire fence in cleared field on right. Walk directly along edge of woods 200 ft. east, top of bill to left in wooded area. The Murphy rock will be spotted.


Murphy, C. B., no dates, military markert "Co. E. 6th Cav." (Union marker)

Wyatt, Anny J., 1878-1880, "Son of K. A. Wyatt"


At least 7 graves with sandstone markers.

TOTAL 9 graves

This cemetery was indexed by Margarett Alexander on March 6, 1977. Mr. & Mrs. Ivey were helpful in giving directions-this is in the community called "Lick Skillet." A special thanks to a young friend, and a former student Tim Keeton for giving me a phone call about this graveyard.


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