Barron (Daniel) Cemetery 2013

Barron (Daniel) Cemetery

Located in a wooded area across the Telford-New Victory Road from the Telford Ruritan Building, Telford, Tennessee.

GPS location: 36º14.322N 082º32.231W

Barron, Daniel31 Jan 179915 Dec 1876
Barron, Elvira E. 05 Oct 181714 May 1898Wife of Daniel Barron
Barron, Mary [Bacon][No date]12 Apr 1860Consort of Daniel Barron. Aged 61 Yrs.
Bacon, Jessee[No date]11 Jan 1884Aged 73 Yrs.
Bacon, Nancy26 Oct 181410 May 1865Daughter of J. Bacon
Bacon, Phebe08 May 182127 Nov 1842Consort of Jesse Bacon
Kyker, Martha22 Oct 184028 Feb 1875Wife of John Kyker

Surveyed, transcribed and donated to the Washington County TNGen Web June 2013 by Gorden Edwards and Corrine Moore, volunteers with Heritage Alliance.

Copyrighted 2013 by the Cemetery Survey Team of Northeast Tennessee. No part of this work may be copied without written permission from the Cemetery Survey Team.

Additional information:

Will of Thomas Barron

In the name of God Almighty I hereby make my last will and testament as life is uncertain and death is sure and yet being in sound mind I hereby want my Estate disposed of as follows: In the first place after my death I want my body neatly put away after the manner and customs of the Country. Secondly, my funeral expenses be paid out of my Estate. Thirdly, all my just debts be paid if there should be any. Fourthly, I want all of my heirs to have an equal share of my Estate after the expences is paid. Fifthly, I want my Property what is on hands sold at public sale to the highest bidder on time as the Court may deem proper, and the money equally divided among my heirs. I hereby give the names of them commencing at the oldest; and that is dead their children to have their parents portion–their names is as follows: Vizi Lear Epperson and Nancy Epperson, Daniel Barron, Jacob Barron, Sarah Bacon, Deborah Bacon, John Barron, Thomas Barron, Lyddian Bacon, and Phoebe Cox, these is my heirs. I want them to have my Estate for the affection I have for them. I do hereby nominate and appoint Nathan Shipley my Executor to my last will and Testament to sell my property and wind up my Estate, and do further appoint the said Nathan Shipley my Lawful Attorney to tend to my business through life as I am old and inform and cannot see to it myself and to be valued in law as though I did it myself. I hereunto subscribe my name this 8th day October in the Year of our Lord 1859. Thomas Barron

Test: Thomas Epperson, John W. Bowser, Nathan Shipley

Probated February 1863 2nd day.

Signed: Thomas Barron

Washington County, Tennessee Will Book 2

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