Posted by on Jan 28, 2012 in Cemeteries | 6 comments

Beeler Cemetery

To see a full listing of burials in this cemetery please click here.

Location: South of Bristol, TN on Weaver Pike

Description: BEELER CEMETERY Location: South of Bristol, TN on Weaver Pike (RN Hwy 358) between mileposts 6 and 7, four tenths of a mile from milepost 6. Inscriptions copied by Wilma Smith and Vandy Mauk June 1988. Annotations provided by S. Kathryn Bowling McKown.
The cemetery is easily visible on the satellite image. Beeler Road runs alongside the cemetery

Burial records: 279

Recorder: Photographed and transcribed over the course of several months, from November 2006 till March 2008 by Betty Jane Hylton, Robert Shell and Donna Briggs.

USGS Map: Bristol

GPS Location: 36.548246, -82.174345

Elevation: 1680 ft.

Searchable burial information, an interactive map and additional information on this cemetery can be found by visiting the cemetery database click here

Additional Information:

Sue Ann Morrow has put together a page of Family Tombstone Inscriptions in Beeler Cemetery.

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6 Responses to “Beeler Cemetery”

  1. Leaving Bristol on Weaver Pike, go under the first overpass, shortly after milepost #7 Beeler cemetery is located up the hill on Beeler Rd behind residence at 2413 Weaver Pike.

  2. don wilson says:

    hello im looking for the gravesites of benjamin f, white and sara bartee , i was told they were buried in your cemetary but they were not listed ,if you have information on them please contact me at my website thankyou don wilson.

  3. Ace Crawford says:

    Please amend the notation for Mrs. B. H. Buckles to reflect her maiden name, Ollie Janet Crawford, Her husband was Benjamin Henry Buckles. She had two more sisters, Mary Emma and Maude May. She had one more half-brother, Worley B. Hoover.

    Ace Crawford
    Lakeland, FL
    Ollie’s nephew

    • Charles Ford says:

      Ace,

      Thanks again for the detail information. I’ve updated the site information with this. Take a look, and let me know if you approve.

      Charles Ford

  4. Stephen Smith says:

    I grew up in the Ridgedale subdivision adjacent to the cemetery in the 1960’s – 1970’s. I recall there was also a church above the cemetery at the end of the road. The church had long since been abandoned when I discovered it as a child about 1970. John Peter Briscoe was a pastor there and according to his 1907 obituary his funeral was conducted in the church with burial in the cemetery. Does anyone have pictures of the church and does anyone know which congregation(s) met there? Briscoe was a Presbyterian however I have also heard that the Beeler Family were Lutherans.

  5. Gladys says:

    My 4x great grandfather, Henry Harkleroad, his wife, Elizabeth and a daughter are buried in Beeler’s Cem. He was a Revolutionary War Soldier and his headstone has eroded greatly. I am in the process of getting a replacement stone reflecting his military service. Who do I need to contact to arrange placement of the stone. I have just started the process and am trying to gather as much info as I can before I submit the application. If you know who I need to contact, will you please have them to contact me at gladysowens@hotmail.com. Please put Harkleroad in the subject line.

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