VETERANS BURIED IN
DANCYVILLE METHODIST CEMETERY
DANCYVILLE UNITED METHODIST CEMETERY
|I. W. Coppedge*||Sgt.||A Company 9th Tennessee Infantry|
|J. A. Coppedge*||G Company 16th Tennessee Infantry|
|George Jackson Coppedge*||I Company 12th Tennessee Calvary 1st Partisan Rangers|
|W. B. Douglas||Pvt.||B Company 15th Tennessee Infantry|
|William Henry Ford||Cpl.||A Company 9th Tennessee Infantry|
|T. N. Hughes (Thomas Newton)||2nd Lt.||E Company 9th Tennessee Infantry¹|
|J. H. Kerr (John Henry)*||(?) Entered March 1864 ~ Wounded at Atlanta (see 4)|
|W. F. Kerr (William Fletcher)*||Pvt.||A Company 9th Tennessee Infantry|
|J. W. Moore²||Cpl.||D Company 9th Tennessee Infantry|
|F. B. Ragland||A Company 9th Tennessee Infantry|
|T. F. Ragland³||Lieutenant||L Company 9th Tennessee Infantry|
|J. S. Rawlins||Pvt.||G Company 21st Wilson's Tennessee Unit|
|W. H. Scott||3rd Lt.||A Company 9th Tennessee Infantry|
|I. N. Stanley (Isaac N.)||Pvt.||L Company 9th Tennessee Infantry|
|W. R. Tripp||3rd Lt.||A Company 9th Tennessee Infantry|
* Denotes brothers (Five Coppedge
brothers served for the Confederacy in the War)
¹ Also later joined Gen. Forrest's 3rd Tennessee Calvary.
²Captured at Battle of Chattanooga, Nov. 16, 1863, imprisioned at Camp Morton, Indiana. Released May 1, 1865.
³Killed at Battle of Chickamauga. His father sent man servant, to bring body back by wagon, for burial in home cemetery.
4According to Goodspeed, Haywood County, 1887
Cemetery records - Dorothy Moore, Historian
Cemetery 'read', updates and comments by Mary Kay Dancy Smith, December 2000.
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OTHER VETERANS BURIED IN DANCYVILLE METHODIST CEMETERY
WAR OF 1812
SPANISH AMERICAN WAR
WORLD WAR I
Rudolph J. 'Doc' Clark²
Dr. Cleveland Payne
WORLD WAR II
James H. Dancy
George Willis Crawford
David Wayne Beard Sr.
Dan Phillips Jr.
Frank T. Bragg
Joe Moore Jr.
D. C. Crawford
¹George Key, and his
brother Dave Key, apparently lie in unmarked and unknown graves in the cemetery.
"Old Timers" are sure they are buried here, and some
remember the burials. It is believed, that during a period of a lapse in good record keeping, the grave sites were not recorded.
²Added from list of World War I Veterans - Tennessee State Archives.
Note: these are known veterans, there
may be others. From a list provided by Miss Dorothy Moore.
Cemetery 'read', updates and comments by Mary Kay Dancy Smith, December 2000-2001.
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