The Old Cemetery, Paris, Tennessee, is the resting place for most of the early settlers of the City of Paris. Merchants, a Civil War doctor who rode with Nathan Bedford Forrest, a former governor, the eldest son of David Crockett, a medicine tycoon, and many of the namesakes of the streets, and areas, in the City of Paris.
On this page will be links to the graves of the most notable of those buried in the Old Paris City Cemetery. The cemetery is located three blocks from the court square, at the east end of Ruff Street.
We will begin this page with links to the grave stone, commemorative stone and historical marker for John Wesley Crockett, eldest son of David Crockett:
Links to JOHN WESLEY CROCKETT ~ Old City Cemetery:
ORIGINAL GRAVE STONE OF JOHN WESLEY CROCKETT
COMMEMORATIVE GRAVE STONE OF JOHN WESLEY CROCKETT ~ PROVIDED BY THE CROCKETT FAMILY ASSOCIATION
STATE HISTORICAL MARKER ~ PRESENTED BY THE STATE OF TENNESSEE HISTORICAL SOCIETY
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Posted November 4, 2001