Williamson County, Tennessee
Submitted by Patricia
"Peach Cemetery'. It
is located on the property once owned by Ollie White, since owned by A.J.
Nalls. This is on the same road as the White family farm, which has been
restored. The cemetery is located away from the road and near the edge
of the woods. I copied this information at the Williamson County Annex.
It was originally compiled by Lula Fain Major, assisted by Joyce Poyner,
Hardin Peach and Bennie Matthew.
Peach, James A "Tip";
B. March 16, 1841, D Mar 8, 1913
Peach, Sara S; B Jan 26, 1844;
D. June 4, 1920
Sewell, Infants (2) of W.A. and
S.A. Sewell (no dates)
Sewell, Mary A, Daughter of W.A.
& S.A. Sewell; B. Feb 2, 1875; D. Nov 8, 1880.
Sewell, Susan A., wife of W.A.
Sewell; B. May 30, 1849; D. Sept 13, 1891
Skelley, Emma; B. Jan 27,
1871; D. no date. On stone with G.W. Skelley
Skelley, S.W. ; B. Nov
26, 1865; D. Oct 9, 1915. On Stone with Emma skelley
Skelley, Mary A.; D. Oct.
20, 1904, aged 78 yrs and 8 days (on stone w/Samuel Skelley
Skelley, Samuel; Died
Sept 23, 1898, age 84 yrs. (on stone with Mary Skelley). There is also
an individual stone for him.
Skelley, Betty, wife of Prior
(no stone) per Mr. Hardin Peach she is buried here.
Skelley, Prior, per Mr. Hardin
Peach he is buried here.
Venable, William F; B.
1869, D. 1936. (Wife, Mary Etta Denton Venable, buried at Jones Chapel.
Venable, Newt; no stone,
but per Mr. Hardin Peach, Newt died of gunshot wounds and is buried here.
White, Agnes Venable,
there is stone, but when recording of site made, she had not yet been buried.
birth and death dates not known to me.