Soddy Presbyterian Cemetery

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Soddy Presbyterian Cemetery

Also known as Presbyterian Cemetery

Soddy-Daisy, Hamilton County, Tennessee, USA
Memorials 1,284 added (64% photographed)

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Soddy Presbyterian Church Cemetery is an old historic but current cemetery. It is located in Soddy-Daisy, north Hamilton County, TN. The old WPA records state that land for the cemetery was donated by the first settler of this community, John J. Clift. The cemetery is located at the original site of Soddy Presbyterian Church which was organized December 1, 1828 by Rev. Abel Pearson. Take Highway 27 (Corridor J) north to Soddy-Daisy and take the Hixson Pike/Soddy Daisy exit. Turn left, go 2/10 miles to Dayton Pike and turn right. Go north on Dayton Pike 3/10 of a mile and turn right on Hixson Pike. The cemetery lies on the left side of the road, 1/2 mile from Dayton Pike. Surveyed by Dennis Wilson and Linda Coulter, April 2002. Lists of burials available on Hamilton County Tennessee Genealogy Society website There you will see the cemetery is called Soddy Presbyterian Church Cemetery.


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GPS Coordinates: 35.2806, -85.145

  • Added: 2 Jan 2000
  • Find A Grave Cemetery: #18774