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Stanfield-Griggs Cemetery
Franklin, Williamson County, Tennessee

stanfield-griggs cemetery franklin tennessee
Stanfield-Griggs Cemetery, Franklin, TN
stanfield-griggs cemetery franklin tennessee
Stanfield-Griggs Cemetery, Franklin, TN
stanfield-griggs cemetery franklin tennessee
Stanfield-Griggs Cemetery, Franklin, TN

GPS: 35.924722, -86.738611

2517 Belle Brook Drive
Franklin, TN 37067

Contributed by: Sadie Sokolowski [mail], October 14, 2020
Total records: 14

Located on private property, behind residence.

Cemetery Records

Records published below were compiled by Sadie Sokolowski during a visit to the cemetery on October 14, 2020. There were seven unreadable tombstones not included here.


STANFIELD, Griggs, b. Jan 10 1836, d. Jan 15 1836, Child of Hosea and Mary
STANFIELD, Durrett, b. Oct 5 1771, d. Oct 13 1838, age: 67 yrs.
STANFIELD, Spivy, b. Oct 1809, d. Sept 17 1841, Murdered by Bill and Sam Wilson
GRIGGS, Mary, b. 1770, d. Aug 29 1839, Remembered by her son John Griggs
STANFIELD, Mary (Griggs), b. Sept 28 1813, d. May 30 1848, Wife of Hosea Stanfield
GRIGGS, Elmore, b. Sept 19 1880, d. May 8 1899, "Saint Elmo" son of D.C. Griggs
GRIGGS, DeWitt Clinton, b. Jun 28 1833, d. Cir. 1894, Fell off horse
GRIGGS, Mary (Hawkins), b. Oct 15 1839, d. Jul 14 1873, First wife of D.C. Griggs
GRIGGS, Thomas J., b. Nov 9 1817, d. Dec 29 1853, age: 36 yrs.
GRIGGS, Madison, b. Sept 14 1825, d. Nov 14 1852, age: 27 yrs.
GRIGGS, James B., b. Nov 13 1820, d. Dec 23 1843, age: 23 yrs.
GRIGGS, William, b. Dec 16 1811, d. Mar 14 1842, age: 30 yrs.
GRIGGS, John (Sr.), b. Nov 15 1787, d. Feb 23 1880, age: 92 yrs., A Rock Hill Pioneer; ISSO
GRIGGS, Jane (Byers), b. Dec 25 1791, d. Jan 22 1873, age: 81 yrs., Wife of John Griggs

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