County Line Cemetery

Photo added by James K. Cook

County Line Cemetery

Location
Wyatt Village Road
Bean Station, Grainger County, Tennessee, USA
Memorials 34 added (50% photographed)

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Abandoned and overgrown for decades, County Line Cemetery was the burying ground for County Line Church, a multi-denominational church founded in 1792, and its predecessor, Stubblefield Meeting House, mentioned as a boundary marker when Grainger County was created in 1796. The last burial in County Line probably took place before 1920. County Line Church was disbanded in 1941 when the property was taken by TVA's creation of Cherokee Lake. The cemetery is adjacent to the newer Meek Cemetery. There are very few inscribed tombstones in County Line, and some of those are now unreadable. Many graves are marked only with field stones; however there appear to be over 100 graves here.

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GPS Coordinates: 36.3207700, -83.2789850

  • Added: 13 Sep 2010
  • Find A Grave Cemetery: #2370111