Jaynes Cemetery
Rogersville, Hawkins Co., Tennessee

Turn left (North-West) off of Hwy 11W (SR-1) onto SR-66 (Hwy 66N) to Webb Road. The cemetery is located on a hill top at the intersection of Webb Road and Flatwood Lane.  The Jaynes Cemetery is in a large pasture with a gated fence around it.

Transcribed By: Lisa Chandler Richardson and Bradley Scott Stewart October 14, 2001.
1726 Quinn Berry Court Douglasville, GA 30135 richardson@mindspring.com

NAME

Birthdate

Deathdate

Stone readings

Anderson, G. Earl

6/12/24

9/25/81

US Army

Boyd, Sue Jaynes

1908

1968

Christian, Dorthula Conrad

06-18-1873

1/4/64

Christian, J.P.

5/22/09

1/29/46

Conard, Jacob

6-2-1878

6-21-1899

Howe, Elizabeth

1853

1933

Howe, William P.

1847

1900

Jayes, Andrew J.

1862

1937

Jaynes, James Boyd

1/6/12

6/29/72

SGT. Army WWII TN

Jaynes, Mary C.

1876

1950

Martin, Ellen Evie

4/11/11

6/18/96

Mother

Martin, Jess

11/25/1892

12/27/80

Father

Moore, Chanie

1835

3/30/05

Shepard, James

1878

5/10/05

Shepard, Martha

10-11-1854

2/12/36

"A tender mother and faithful friend"

Shepard, Mary Jane

1875

5/1/05

Stewart, Bessie

10-25-1899

5/8/22

dau of W.W. & Lula Stewart "Asleep in Jesus"

Stewart, Clem L.

1851

1935

Stewart, Lula H.

08-30-1878

5/25/68

Stewart, Ruth

1/3/04

9/1/00

Stewart, William W.

06-22-1869

8/27/14

Stuard, John H.

04-07-1866

06-11-1898

Stuard, Victoria M.

09-06-1863

10-31-1899

"wife of Clem Stuard" (Clem L. Stewart)

Stuart, Eliza R.

03-16-1826

05-21-1893

"Our Dear Mother"

Talley, Nannie Lou

06-26-1894

07-11-1895

dau of J.Y. & Mary E. Talley

Wells, J.M.

02-22-1851

2/13/07

Wells, Lucinda

08-15-1865

11/18/20

"We will meet again"

Misc. Genealogy Notes: Lula Gerturde Howe is the daug. of William Powell and Elizabeth Howe, who are also buried here at the Jaynes cem.

Additional Notes:  There were a couple of grave stones that have been broken in half and we were not able to locate the missing pieces.  One in particular, a stone located next to Eliza R. Stuart, to the left of her. Which could have been her husband.  This STEWART/ STUART/ STUARD family changed their name from STUART to STEWART. These Stewarts, Shepherds and Talley's are from the Person County Indians Tribe of North Carolina.

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