Lindsey-Eubanks Cemetery is a small, well-maintained cemetery on the east side of Nealis Woods Road, about 1 mile south of Christian Chapel Road in northeastern Henderson County. There are six graves marked only by fieldstones, five graves marked with concrete blocks, and a few more unmarked graves. David Donahue recorded this cemetery October 15, 2003.


Autry, Catherine, 1837-1909, "Mother" footstone
Autry, Elijah A., 1836-1910, "Father" footstone [replacement]

Autry, Johnnie M., 1879-1896

Dodd, Phillip P., 1866-1936
Dodd, Bettie E., 1867-1947

Eubanks, E. C., Wife of T. M. Eubanks, Apr. 30, 1842-____
Eubanks, T. M., Mar. 19, 1833-Jan, 23, 1916

Eubanks, W. M., Son of T. M. & E. C. Eubanks, July 20, 1873-Dec. 18, 1891


Text of an email from Evelyn Autry to David Donahue, June 3, 2003:

My husband Max E. Autry's family has mowed the Lindsey-Eubanks Cemetery for years. There are several sandstones in the cemetery.

We have found out that Sanford and Sara Elizabeth Halbrook Hendrix had two sons buried in the cemetery.
Homer Hendrix b. 5-8-1886-lived 18 months
Omer Hendrix b. 5-8-1888 and lived 24 hours.

John Allen and Margery Isable Autry Rogers has two children buried in the cemetery.
Beela Rogers (twin) b. 8-7-1893 d. 9-14-1896
Beeler Rogers (twin) b. 8-7-1893 d. 8-29-1896

There are sandstones where they were buried. On one of the sandstone, we found an initial. The Rogers twins were buried in front of their grand parents Elijah and Catherine Autry.

The Hendrix children were buried near the road on the left side of the cemetery.

We hope you can put this in the records of the Lindsey-Eubanks Cemetery. We are afraid that no one will know they are buried there in a few years after we are gone.

Max E. and Evelyn Autry


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