History of the Restoration Movement


Leaders In The Restoration Movement In The 1800's
Now Buried At Mt Olivet Cemetery, Nashville, Tennessee

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Map Of Cemetery
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 1. John E. Acuff - Section 25 - Lot #134
 
2. James A. Allen - Section 12 - Lot#S1/2 E Pt.271
 
3. James Kennard Blackman - Section 10 - Lot #512
 4. John Lafayette Bryant - Section 9 Lot 190, gr. 7, nw cnr of lot
 
5. R. Lin Cave - Section 2 - Lot #NC Pt. 219
 
6. Matthew C. Cayce - Section 17 Lot 25
 
7. Edward J. Craddock - Section - Garden Of Devotion, Lot #79
 
8. John D. Eichbaum - Section 1 Lot 166, gr. 20
 
9. Tolbert & Charlotte Fall Fanning - Section 25 - Lot #56

10. Jessie B. Ferguson  - Section 1 - Lot #53

11. William Reeves Hooten - Section 14 Lot 145
12. Winthrop Hartly Hopson - Section SG2 - Lot #9720.
13. John A. Jones - Section 17 Lot 41
14.  David Lipscomb - Section 14 - Lot #19
15. William Lipscomb - Section 14 - Lot #19
16. Granville Lipscomb - Section 14

17. James Claude Martin - Section 17 Lot #8

18. Jack McElroy - Section 11 Lot N1/2 of 60
19. David Lipscomb McQuiddy, Jr. - Section Plot: Section 30, Lot 92

20. J.C. McQuiddy - Section 14 - E1/2 of Lot #66
21. James E. Scobey - Section 13 - N. 1/2 of Lot #261
22. E.G. Sewell - Section 6 - Lot #103
23. James W. Shepherd - Section 14 - Lot #19

24. Filo Bunyan Srygley - Section 14 - Lot #S1/2 of 211
25. Fletcher Douglas Srygley - Section 14 - Lot #N1/2 of 211
26. Henry Franklin Williams - Section 14 Lot #230

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J. Howard Carter - (d.10.9.1968)

Directions To Mount Olivet Cemetery: In Nashville, Tennessee, the Cemetery lies near the Cumberland River to the south between Lebanon Pike and Elm Hill Pike. From whatever direction you come into Nashville try to get to I-40 toward the east of downtown and take the Briley Parkway North exit. From Briley Parkway (Hwy. 155) take the Donelson/Lebanon Pike exit and go west a couple of miles and the cemetery is on your left. 1101 Lebanon Pike. Open to the public during daylight hours. Call 615-255-4193. See this link for a map: Yahoo Map To Mt. Olivet Cemetery

 

Sightseers Hint: The Funeral home at Mount Olivet has an excellent taped tour of over 25 different famous monuments and people buried in the cemetery. If you have an extra 45 minutes, it is a must! You will have to leave your driver's license with them, and they will give you the tape to play in your car. This tour is free! Along the route you can stop the tape and include in your tour the graves of those listed here.

  

 
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