This is a small family cemetery north of State Highway 100, northeast of Scotts Hill. It is indicated on the U.S.G.S. Scotts Hill quadrangle (1986). David Donahue recorded this cemetery in 1991.

            An earlier record of this cemetery was made by Margarett Alexander on February 23, 1976. Her record appears in Decatur County, Tennessee Cemetery Records published by the Captain Nathaniel A. Wesson Chapter, United Daughters of the Confederacy, Parsons, Tennessee, 1984, p. 466. This is referred to as UDC transcription in the notes below. She noted at least 16 unmarked graves.


Lemmons, Bell, no dates, "Age about 35 years" [replacement]

Lemmons, Job, Mar. 25, 1869-Jan. 12, 1886, "Son of T. & S. Lemmons"

Lemmons, Mattie [see Pratt, Mattie Lemmons]

Lemmons, Sarah Elizabeth, Feb. 23, 1839-July 1, 1893, "Wife of T. Lemmons"

Lemmons, T. T., no dates, "Age about 70 years" [replacement]

Pratt, J. M., d. Sept. 20, 1910, "Aged 64 Ys, 3 Ms, 5 Ds"
Pratt, Nancy J., d. May 21, 1912, "Aged 71 Ys, 8 Ms, 24 Ds"

Pratt, Mattie Lemmons, 1879-1967

Rimmer, Eula, Oct. 4, 1899-Dec. 19, 1899, "Dau. of C. I. & C. J. Rimmer"

Rimmer, William A., June 30, 1898-Oct. 24, 1898, "Son of C. I. & C. J. Rimmer"


Note: there may be two more Rimmer children.


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