Jarratt Fitzgerald Cemetery

Flynns Lick, Jackson County, Tennessee, USA
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Civil District 11. Map 058. Parcel 026.00. Size 100 X 100. From Gainesboro take Hwy 53 toward Granville. Turn right
on Fort Blount Ferry Road and first right after crossing bridge over Flynn's Creek on Ray Hix Lane. Beside the barn in the pasture at Ray and Margaret Hix's home is a cemetery. Not much is left of it now, but it shows signs of huge slabs
of stone which made up box graves and huge mummy shaped stones which were stacked one on top of the other and two child size coffin mummy shaped grave stones. This farm many years ago was owned by Dudley Brown Haile who owned slaves. Ray pointed out that there was a cook house between the cemetery and the main road. Also several hundred feet from this cemetery was a African-American cemetery. There is no sign of it now. On past the African-American cemetery is some caves and was called Dud's Bluff. Dudley Brown Haile was the great grandfather of Margaret Hix and her father was James Amon Haile. This lot is covered with busted lime stone rocks. Copied 10 Apr 1999.

Taken from Jackson Co. TN. Cemetery Inscriptions 1801-2003 by Larry Earl Mabry and Reda Knight Bilbrey

GPS Coordinates: 36.32799, -85.71883

  • Added: 22 Dec 2016
  • Find A Grave Cemetery: #2630532