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Baldwin Cate Cemetery
Jefferson County, Tennessee

This is not a complete listing of burials! The records below were provided by contributors to Cemetery Records Online. Total records = 6.

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Note: a granite marker was erected on the graves of Baldwin and Sarah (Davis) Cate May 15, 1999. It contains the descendency of three children of James and Elizabeth through the second generation. Most of these people are buried at the cemetery and most are unmarked. James Baldwin donated the land for this cemetery, [DC]

Cate, James Baldwin "J.B.",
b. 8 Feb 1821, d. 28 Jan 1888, s/o James T. and Elizabeth (Lindsey) Cate, m. Sarah Davis, [DC]
Cate, Sarah Davis, b. 25 Dec 1824 (Va), d. 31 Jul 1893, m. James Baldwin Cate, [DC]
Pollard, Effie Mae, b. Abt 1893, d. 28 Mar 1947 Kodak, Sevier County, TN. One infant son, [DC]
Pollard, Infant (son), s/o Effie Mae Pollard b/d dates unknown, [DC]
Pollard, Jesse C., b. 14 Nov 1862, m. 23 Dec 1880, d. 16 Jan 1940, s/o James C. and Synthia Cate Pollard. Spouses: 1) Malinda "Sarah" Cate 2) Martha Adra Holt, [DC]
Pollard, Malinda "Sarah" Cate, d/o James Baldwin Cate and Sarah 'Sallie' Davis. b, 14 Jan 1865 Jefferson County, TN, m. Jesse C. Pollard 23 Dec 1880 d. 19 Aug 1919 Sevier County, TN, [DC]

Children of Jesse C. and Malinda 'Sarah' Cate Pollard: Elizabeth Pollard, Emma Jane Pollard, William Monroe Pollard, Effie Etta Pollard, Bertha Mae 'Birdie' Pollard, James Ralph Pollard, Mayme Pollard, Nina Pollard, Georga Pollard & Velma Jo Pollard., [DC]

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