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Taylor (Old) Cemetery
Carter County, Tennessee

Lat: 36° 18' 15"N, Lon: 082° 14' 01"W

Contributed by Rosemarie Carden, Mar 27, 200, last edited Mar 09, 2007 [rosie14@charter.net]. Total records = 17

In the West end of the city of Elizabethton, TN, off West G St. Go south on Sylvan Hill road to top of hill. Located about 90 yards Southwest of the address marker 1768 Sylvan Hill Rd, Elizabethton, TN 37643

Cemetery has a fence surrounding it and has bushes and trees which are not maintained. Information compiled Mar 26, 2001, copied from tombstones.
- Rosemarie Carden

Haynes, Jennie, no dates
Jobe, E. Dudley, b. 19 Aug 1904
Jobe, Mary Eva (Taylor), b. 5 Feb 1916, wife of E. Dudley Jobe
Taylor, A. F. (General), no dates
Taylor, David H., b. 1898
Taylor, Eliza C., no dates
Taylor, Emma, b. 16 Nov 1890, In her 69 year, The long looked for has come at last, it is no trouble to die. Meet me in Heaven. "Love one another"
Taylor, James P., no dates, age: 10yr 2m 6d
Taylor, James Patton (General), b. 20 Aug 1924, eldest son of Nathaniel Green and Emily Haynes Taylor. He was United States Commissioner of Patents Armor Invention and Adj. General of Tennessee under Robert L. Taylor's first administration as Gov. of Tennessee
Taylor, Mary C. P., b. 07 Aug 1842, age: 15yr 11m, Killed by lightening
Taylor, Mary C., d. 1841, age: 16 years old
Taylor, Mary Gifford, b. 21 Dec 1895, d/o Robert Land and Sarah L. Taylor
Taylor, Mary S., b. 1893, d. no date
Taylor, Nathaniel F., b. 1887, d. no date
Taylor, Nathaniel W., b. 1904, d. no date
Taylor, Zebullion Vance, b. 19 Aug 1887, son of E.L. and Sarah L. Taylor
Taylor, Nathaniel C., D.D., b. 01 Apr 1887, He rests from his labor

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