Civil District 14.
From Gainesboro go toward Granville on Hwy 53. Turn first right on Hwy 262 going all the way to Gladdice. At Gladdice turn right on Salt Lick Creek going toward Bagdad Church of Christ. After passing Cotton Hollow Lane on your right, then turn next left on Holland Cemetery Lane and then right on Huffines Lane. The cemetery will be on your left about 30 feet out of the road at the far end of the garden spot of the house at the end of the lane. Larry E. Mabry & Suzanna Mitchell were taken to the spot in May 2001 by Mr. Mack Holliman. The rock enclosure that Maude McGlasson wrote about in 1936 is now in a pile of stone.
1936 Maude McGlasson also listed Major Thomas Draper's grave is on farm owned at present time by G. M. Holland of Salt Lick Creek and is about 200 yards from the residence of Mr. Holland. No marker out, has a stone wall built around it. Only one or two other graves in the lot where Major Thomas H. Draper is buried. This Farm known as "Old Aunt Hall" farm. Above information is furnished by G. M. "Millard" Holland June 1936.
Taken from Jackson Co. TN Cemetery Inscriptions 1801-2003 by Larry Earl Mabry & Reda Knight Bilbrey
- Added: 21 Dec 2016
- Find A Grave Cemetery: #2630476
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