Moore Cemetery

Moore Cemetery is located in southeastern White County and is shown on the U.S.G.S. Doyle quadrangle. Recorded by David Donahue, 1989. In addition to the identified burials listed below, there are three tented graves with no headstone or identification and possibly four more unmarked graves. Cooper, Mattie Moore, June 4, 1885-Jan. 4, 1929 Cooper, Will […]

Anderson Cemetery

Anderson Cemetery is located in White County, Tennessee and is shown on the Cassville Quadrangle. Recorded by David Donahue, May 12, 1989. Anderson, Thomas J., Mar. 12, 1838-May 7, 1896 Anderson, W. M., Nov. 21, 1824-Nov. 11, 1909 Anderson, Nancy A., Oct. 15, 1828-Jan. 12, 1898 Clark, Infant, Apr. 29, 1875-Apr. 29, 1875, “Infant of […]

Old Jericho Cemetery

Old Jericho Cemetery, located in White County, Tennessee, is shown on the U.S.G.S. Doyle quadrangle. Recorded by David Donahue, 1989. Anderson, Elijah W., Jan. 20, 1847-Feb. 27, 1863 (tent grave) Anderson, Eva, Mrs., Sept. 20, 1844-Feb. 3, 1915 Anderson, J. P., July 4, 1844-Aug. 16, 1886 Anderson, John D., Dec. 6, 1816-Jan. 27, 1863, “Consort […]

Mary Dibrell Fiske Letter (ca. 1935)

This letter, containing numerous cemetery references, was written to Mary Dibrell Fiske about 1935.   Mrs. Fiske, daughter of Montgomery C. Dibrell and niece of George Gibbs Dibrell, was born in Sparta.  After the War for Southern Independence, she and her husband Theophilus Fiske moved to Mooresville, MO.  The letter is from her niece, Estelle […]