David Cloyd, of the James River, Augusta County, VA
Facts and Events
David Cloyd was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia
Early Land Acquisition in Augusta County, VA
Acquisition of Land from Orange County, Virginia Records:
- Pg. 33-35. Indenture 22 May 1745 between John Buckhannon (Buchanan) of Beverley Manor in Orange County, Yeoman, of one part and David Cloyd of New Castle County in the Province of Pennsylvania, Yeoman... for sum of five shillings paid by David Cloyd.. granted 400 acres... that part of Orange County known as Augusta... on the road side of the Blue Ridge and on the West side of James River and on the head of a branch of Goose Creek... bounded as follows.. lands of James Patton, John Buchanan.. (signed) John Buckhannon (seal). Witnesses: James Patton, Silas Hart, Samuel Gay. Payment of ₤27.15.10... Release recorded 23 May 1745. [Orange County Deed Book 10, pg. 33].
Acquisition of Land from Chalkley's:
- Page 523.--12th April, 1748. £20. John Mills to David Cloyd, 400 acres on a branch of James River called Persimona Branch. Teste: James Patton, Thomas Lewis, Arther ( ) Watts. Proved by all, 20th May, 1748.
Disposition of Land from Chalkley's:
- Page 343.--20th May, 1761. David Cloyd to Michael Cloyd, £10, 400 acres on Pecimmon Branch of James River. Teste: Joseph Robinson, James Cloyd, George Alexander. Delivered: William McClenaclian, November, 1766.
- Page 346.--20th May, 1761. David Cloyd to Michael Cloyd, £5, 262 acres on Percimmon Branch of James River, adjoining David Mitchel and William Mills; cor. Mills' former survey. Delivered.
- Page 349.--29th May, 1761. David Cloyd, Sr., to David Cloyd, Jr., £20, 400 acres on a south branch of Cedar Creek. Teste: Joseph Robinson, James Cloyd, George Alexander.
- Page 351.--4th April, 1761. David Cloyd to Edward McDonald, release of mortgage by Edward to David, 21st November, 1753, for 340 acres. Teste: James Cloyd, David Cloyd, Jr. Delivered.
Will of David Cloyd
WILL OF DAVID CLOYD, Rockbridge County, Virginia
- In the Name of God Amen, I, David Cloyd of the Parish and County of Rockbridge and State of Virginia. Being in perfect health and of sound mind and memory Blessed be God for the same, but calling to mind the mortality of my body and knowing that it is appointed for all men once to Die do make and publish this my last will and Testament, First I recommend my Soul to god who Gave it in all humble hopes of mercy and eternal happiness through the merits and mediations of my Blessed Eedeemer and my body I resign to the earth to be Buried in a Cristian like and Decent Manner at the Discretion of my Executors not Doubting but I shall receive the same again at the general Eesurrection by the mighty power of god And as touching such wordly Estate Which it has pleased god to bless me with in this life I desire and dispose of the same in the following manner and form First is my will that all my Just Debts and funeral Charges be paid I give and bequath to each of my children the sum of two pounds to be levied out of my Estate I also Give to my Oldest Son James Cloyds Oldest Son David Cloyd the sum of sixty pounds lawful money of Virginia to be levied out of my Estate to be put to Interest till he comes of age and likewise I give to Each of his other Children now born the sum of Twelve pounds like money Except Sally and to be under the same Eetructions and if any of them Should die before the come of age their part to be equally divided Between the Survivors. I also give to my Second Son David Cloyds oldest son David Cloyd the sum of Thirty pounds lawful money of Virginia to be levied out of my Estate to be put to interest till he comes of age and likewise I give to Each of his other Three Sons the sum of Twenty pounds Each lawful Money and to each of his five Daughters twelve pounds and if any of them should should die before the come of age their part to be equally Divided between the Survivors and to be under the same restructions as before mentioned I also give to my third Sou Miclial Cloyds Eight Sons Twenty pounds to Each of them like money and if any of them should Die before the come of age his part to go to the Survivors and to be under the same restrictions before mentioned And likewise to his Daughter Betsey the sum of twelve pounds like lawful Money I also give to my Oldest Daughter Elizabeth McDowells Son James the sum of Twenty pounds like lawful money I also give to my second Daughter Margaret Templetons Two Sons David and James Templeton the sum of Twenty pounds Each like lawful money and if any of them should die before the come of age his part to go to the Survivors and to be under the same Kestructions before mentioned I also give what household furniture and my Cloths that I have after my Burial to my three Executors Michal Cloyd and David Cloyd and David Templeton and as my Estate at my Death will Chiefly consist in out Standing Debts I desire my Executors to get Sufficient security for any debt which my appear in the least Doubtful and if the whole amount of my personal Estate will not be sufficient to pay all my above named Legiees I desire that each legatee may lose a like and if there be any overplush after paying all my said Legacies I desire that each legatee may share alike & that such shares shall be under the same Sircumstances and restructions as the Legatees & whereas there may be debts due from some of my Legatees to my Estate at my Death I do declare that by giving a Legacy I do not mean to Disolve such from any debt due to me.
- I Do appoint my son Michal Cloyd and David Cloyd Deeeast his oldest Son David Cloyd and David Templeton Executors of this my last will and Testament and do request that the would take upon them the Burthen of the Execution thereof and I do thereby Eevoke and disanul all other and former Wills and declare this my only true last Will and Testament In Witness Whereof have hereunto
- Set my hand and Seal this Twenty First day of August in the year of our Lord one Thousand Seven Hundred and Ninety."
- Signed, David Cloyd.
Processioning List of 1765 & 1767/68
"Processioning" was the process or periodically reviewing and agreeing upon property lines between settlers. Processioning Lists can be useful in determining the area of a settler and the neighboring settlers at a specific time period:
Processioning List(s) of 1765:
- Page 382.--1765: Wm. Bryans and Jas. Neely report as follows, viz: For James Bryan (on Roanoke), for Wm. Bryan, Jr., for David Bryan (Geo. McAfee present), for Rees Bowin, for Hugh Mills, for David Cloyd (Tinker's Creek), for David Robinson, for Wm. Graham, for Wm. Graham (on Bufallo Creek), Benj. Paulson present; for Wm. Graham, Henry Holston present; for Peter Evans; for Thos. Tosh, Danl. McNeal present; for Jno. McAdoo, Jas. Mellin present; for David Dutton, Wm. Elam present; for Israel Christian, for Joseph Snodgrass, for Joseph Robinson, for John Neilly; for Baptist Armstrong, present Thomas Acres; for Wm. Carvin, for Wm. Terry, for Thomas Ackers, for James Neilly (on Carson's Creek).
- Page 383.--For James Neilly (on Goose Creek), Abram Ellis and Wm. Carelton present; for Wm. Caulton (Carelton?), on Lick Run; for Col. Wm. Preston, 1,590 acres where he dwells, on a branch of Buffelo Creek joining David and Michael Cloyd, Widow McDonald, James Robinson, Saml. Robinson, Joseph Snodgrass, David Mitchell, Wm. Snodgrass; for Cap. Robt. Breckinridge, 797 acres, where he dwells, on Buffalo Creek, joining David Robinson, John Neilly, Rob. Neilly, Arch. Graham. (Note: the David and Michael Cloyd listed in this record were the sons of this David Cloyd. David Cloyd sold David (Jr.) and Michael their land in 1761, in record listed above).
Processioning List of 1767-68
- Page 450.--1767-68: Processioned by Wm. McElhenny and Paul Whitley: For Samuel Walker, John Maxfield, Wm. McClenachan, David Cloid, Edley Paul, James Cloid, William Hall, Christian Vingard, John Bouers, John Logan, Benj. Estill, Wm. McElhenny, Henry Bouns (Bonns), Henry Cartmel, Samuel Gibson, James Bates, Paul Whitley, Jonathan Whitley, Wm. Logan. Processioned by John Pall, John Lyle: For John Keys, John Parks, Robert Caruthers, Roger Keys, Jno. Paul, John Hays, Thomas Willson, David Williamson, Jno. Boid, Thomas Boid, Walter Smiley, Jno. Clemans, James McClung, Wm. Alexander, John Lusk, James Ritchey, Jno. Sloan, Joseph Alexander. Processioned by James Hugart: For Charles Donelly, Jno. Cartmill, Robert Stewart, Thomas Galespie, Jno. McCashling, Mary Moore, James McCay, Wm. McCay, Ralph Laferty, John Galespie, James Hugart.
Records of David Cloyd in Augusta County, VA
- Vol. 1 - 1750 - Valuation of David Cloid's two tracts, both on Bossimarkun, 31st January, 1752.
- NOVEMBER 30, 1751. - (218) Richard Woods, Joseph Lapsley and James Davis to value David Cloyde's improvements on 2 tracts, 400 acres each, on Cedar Creek of James River.
- Page 417.--31st January, 1752. Valuation of David Cloid's 2 tracts--400 acres, stock and improvements, £62; 260 acres, stock and improvements, £75. Both tracts on Pessimon Run. By Joseph Robinson, Tobias Smith.
- Page 483.--27th December, 1752. Valuation of improvements on Benj. Borden's 400 acres on Borden's Run, a branch of James River; 312 acres on Borden's Run, a branch of James River; by David Cloyd, John McClenachan.
- Page 57.--16th May, 1754. Persilla Rees' bond as administratrix of Thos Rees, with sureties David Cloyd, Stephen Renfro.
- Page 231 --31st October, 1757. Bryan McDanmel. Sr.'s, appraisement, by David Cloyd, Saml. McRoberts, William Snodgrass.
- Page 354.--18th March, 1760. David Cloyd's bond (with Andw. Hays, Peter Hog) as administrator of John Cloyd. (Note: David Cloyd's relationship with this John Cloyd is undetermined. Since David has a brother named John, this John Cloyd MAY be a cousin, more research is needed to prove what the relationship was, although since David was named the administrator of John Cloyd's estate and also guardian of two of his children, he appears to be related in some way).
- Page 230.--18th March, 1760. David Cloid's bond (with John Bowyer, James McGavock), as guardian (appointed) to Mary Cloyd, orphan of John Cloyd.
- Page 231.--18th March, 1760. David Cloid's bond (with Thos. Paxton), as guardian (chosen) to Jno. Cloyd, orphan of John Cloyd.
- MARCH 19, 1760. - (346) David Cloyd, appointed guardian of Mary, infant orphan of John Cloyd. James Henderson qualified Ensign. John Cloyd, orphan of John Cloyd, chose David Cloyd his guardian.
- Page 43.--24th September, 1760. Edward McDonald's appraisement, by David Cloid, James Cloid, Samuel McRoberts--One wagon, currier's tools, 8 vols. of Spectator, The Body of the Virginia Laws. 2 prayer books, 1 Bible, 2 primers, 1 dictionary, The Complete Tradesman, other small books, 2 moon knives, 19 hides tanned leather, 16 sides soal leather, 11 sides bridle leather, 1 calf skin.
- Vol. 1 - 1761 - William Preston's entries, 18th February, 1761: three tracts of 400 acres each between David Cloyd, James Johnson, William Ralston, a survey for John Mills and David Miller, William Ermstrong and said Preston's land, whereon Rentfro formerly lived; also 400 on a branch of Craig's Creek, above Jacob Patton's old place, known by the name of the Mill Place.
- Page 375.--24th November, 1764. John Cloyd's estate settlement and vendue bill recorded--1759, 24th November, 2 gallons brandy for ye vendue; 1760, 27th December, 5 shillings paid Francis Lewis (Lever?); 1761, paid for making a coat for James; 1761, 14th April, cash paid widow Gatlive; 1761, 6th April, cash to Joseph Robinson; 1763, 11th August, paid Robert Pepper, Jno. Armstrong for making 3 pair Suse; amount of necessary bought for children; 1759, 29th November, sold to Jas. Cloyd, Jr.--John Cloyd Settled by David Cloyd, administrator. (Note: the John Cloyd mentioned in this record was the son of this David Cloyd).
- NOVEMBER, 1764 (B). - David Cloyd vs. Joshua McCormick.--To gold of mine received by you that was retaken from the Indians, 1764.
The following records regarding Margaret, daughter of David Cloyd are listed consecutively in Chalkley's:
- Page 416.--This day Lanty Armstrong maed oath that sum time in the fall of the year 1764 the deponent and John Neeley, Jr., was conversing about Mrs. Margaret Cloyd, the deponent asked said Neeley if he was not going to be married--Mrs. Cloyd. Neeley replyed not; that she was not the gurl he took her to be; that he had seen her drunk sundry times and one in particular at his father's, and this deponent further sayeth not. Sworn before me this 4th day of May, 1765.--Lanty Armstrong. Robert Breckinridge.
- Page 416.--The deponent being in company with John Neeley, Jr., on the 1st January, 1763, and, after some discourse, asked said Neeley if Miss Margaret Cloyd and him was not going to be married; Neeley replyed not, for she was losing her character. The deponent asked how. Neeley replyed she was too much given to liquor and that she was seen several times when it was plenty so taken she was obliged to leave the company, and further sayeth not, June 8th, 1765.--James McAfee. Samuel McDowell.
- Page 416.--Augusta S. S. This day John Neeley, Jr., made oath before as he never said or reported that Margaret Cloyd, daughter of David Cloyd, was guilty of getting drunk; nor that Lanty Armstrong ever had any criminal conversation with her; nor that he had of his own knowledge the least foundation for reporting such things of her in case he had reported them. As witness my hand. John Neeley, Jr. Sworn before us April 17th, 1765. Robert Breckinridge, William Preston.
- MAY, 1765 (C). - Cloyd vs. Dooley.--Attachment. Attachment 30th January, 1765, by David Cloyd, Sr., against James Dooley, and attachment bond signed by David Cloyd, Sr., and David Cloyd, Jr.
- AUGUST, 1766 (A). - Audley Paul vs. Stalnaher (from Hampshire).--Bond showing signature of Audley Paul and David Cloyd.
- AUGUST 22, 1766. - (237) David Cloyd vs. James Montgomery } Agreed case. Indians rifled plaintiff's house. Militia recovered property and divided it, &c.
- NOVEMBER 21, 1766. - (356) David Cloyd vs. James Montgomery.--Judgment upon case agreed for plaintiff. (Note: David Cloyd apparently won this case against James Montgomery relating to the Indian Raid on David's home two years earlier, as indicated in the record below).
- NOVEMBER, 1766 (D). - David Cloyd vs. James Montgomery.--Account as follows: 1764--Mr. James Montgomery, debtor, March 24--to cash of mine retaken from the Indians and delivered to you by Lieut. (Francis) Smith, £137, 18, 0. Credit, 1764--April 21. By cash received from John Neilly, Michael Cloyd, Andrew Neely and Francis Smith, £19, 0, 0; B. G. Samuel McFerrin, Philip Watkins, Benj. Hawkins, James Montgomery, Jr., Wm. Montgomery, Jr., John Crockett, John McRoberts, Wm. McMullin, Wm. Robinson, John Fowler, Samuel Robinson, Joshua McCormack, John Clark, John Artus, Saml. McNabb, Saml. Gatliff, Jeremiah Puckett and Lanty Armstrong, each £4, 18, 6. Balance due, £31, 18, 0. Sworn to by David Cloyd, 24th April, 1765. Case agreed by attorneys as follows: "We agree that a party of Indians made an eruption into the Colony, attacked the plaintiff's house, rifled it and bore off upwards of £200 in gold and silver, several household goods and negroes. We agree that a party of the Militia pursued the enemy and overtook them on John's Creek, a branch of James River, at the distance of 30 or 35 miles, and attacked and killed one of the number. We agree that upon searching the Indians's budget a quantity of gold, some dollars and pieces of small silver, were found, which, upon being weighed, amounted to the sum of £137, 18, 0. We agree that the money found in the budget of the Indians consisted of the same coin which the plaintiff was known to have in his house when plundered by the Indians. We agree that after the money was recoverd from the Indians a dispute arose among the Militia to whom of right the money belonged whether it should be delivered to the plaintiff, who was deemed to have been the owner of it before it fell into the hands of the Indians, or whether the Militia were entitled to it in having recovered it from them, upon which dispute that sum of money was lodged in the hands of the defendant, to be by him kept till that point should be settled. We agree that the plaintiff made an offer of 30 shillings to each of the men who has assisted in the pursuit of the enemy. We agree that a part of the Company of Militia made an offer to the plaintiff of delivering up his negroes and household goods if he would allow them the money. We agree that the defendant paid the sum of money out of his hands to the Militia, and that several of them returned their dividends to the plaintiff amounting to £106, 17, 2. We agree that the plaintiff paid to several of the captors who returned him their dividends the sum of 30/, the premium by him before offered for their service. We agree that if the law, &c. (Signed) Gabrill Jones, for plaintiff; Peter Hog, for defendant." Hung jury and case agreed. Submitted August, 1766.
- NOVEMBER 17, 1767. - (342) Hemp certificates: John Hall, David Cloyd, Charles Lewis.
Information on David Cloyd
Account of Indian attack that killed David Cloyd's wife and son:
The Cloyd Family.
This family were Protestant Irish people, and some of that name were in the siege of Londondary in 1689. Some portion of the family emigrated to America, long prior to the Revolution, and settled in Pennsylvania, where David Cloyd married Margaret Campbell, and from thence removed to James River, in the now County of Botetourt, where, in March, 1764, Mrs. Cloyd and her son John were killed by the Indians; Joseph, another son, on the day of the killing of his mother and brother, was working in the field, and the Indians, by a ruse, succeeded in getting between him and the house. Perceiving that they were Indians that had attacked the house, he ran to the neighbor for aid, hastening back only to find that his mother had been tomahawked and his brother killed.
Joseph Cloyd in about 1774 or 1775, when quite a young man, came with Colonel William Preston to the Draper's Meadows settlement. He subsequently married Miss Mary Gordon, and it is said, at her request, built a brick church near where Dublin, Virginia, is now situated, being the first church building erected west of the Alleghany Mountains. Mary, a sister of Joseph Cloyd, married James McGavock. The children of Joseph Cloyd were David, Gordon and Thomas. David married Sarah McGavock, Gordon married Betsie McGavock, and Thomas married Mary McGavock. Joseph Cloyd, the elder, became possessed of a very large and valuable estate on Back Creek, now in Pulaski County, a portion of which is now owned and possessed by his great-grandson, David Cloyd. Joseph Cloyd was a soldier in the American Army during the Revolution, and Major of the Montgomery County Militia. In the year of 1780 there was a great Tory uprising in the northern counties of North Carolina, consequent upon the advance of the British Army into that state in October of that year. Major Cloyd raised three companies of horsemen, among them one commanded by Captain George Pearis, and marched to the Shallow Ford of the Yadkin, being joined on his way by some North Carolina companies, raising his force to 160 men. On the 14th day of October he fought a severe battle with the Tories at the Shallow Ford, in which he defeated them with a loss on their part of 15 killed, and four found wounded and left on the field; on the American side Captain Pearis and four privates were wounded.
General Greene was retreating before the British Army and was hard pressed, and not only called on the Governor of Virginia for aid, but wrote letters to Colonels William Preston, William Campbell, Evan Shelby, and John Sevier for help. On the 10th day of February, 1781, Colonel William Preston ordered the assembling of the Militia of Montgomery County at the Lead Mines, and on the 18th day of February he marched with Major Joseph Cloyd, at the head of 350 horsemen, and joined General Greene near Hillsboro, North Carolina, and was ordered to report to General Pickens, then in command of General Greene's left wing, operating on the Haw and Deep Rivers. Preston marched to join General Pickens, but lost his way and camped the night preceding his joining Pickens between the outposts of the two armies, almost within musket range of the British pickets.On the 2nd day of March a part of Preston's men were engaged with Lee's Cavalry in a brisk skirmish with the British outposts, in which the British came off second best, losing about thirty killed and wounded, the Americans losing but few men. On the 5th of March Preston proceeded across the country to Wetzell's (Whitsell's) Mills, where on the 6th a severe battle was fought with a portion of the British Army commanded by Lord Cornwallis, the Americans being commanded by Generals Pickens and Williams. In this battle Preston's men took a prominent part and fought bravely and gallantly, but were finally forced to yield the field to the British. Near the close of the engagement Colonel Preston's horse took fright and ran with him into and across a mill pond in the very face of the British. He finally threw Colonel Preston, who made his escape into the American lines just as the retreat began, and being a very heavy, fleshy man, was unable to keep up with the retreating army, whereupon Major Joseph Cloyd dismounted and gave him his horse. Colonel Preston being injured by the fall from his horse, his troops were placed under the command of Colonel William Campbell. The retreat continued until the forces engaged at Wetzell's Mills had reached Guilford Court House, where on the 15th of March the battle between General Greene's army and that of Lord Cornwallis was fought, resulting in the defeat of the Americans. In the battle of Guilford Court House Preston's men, under Colonel William Campbell, occupied the extreme left, which was assailed by the British Infantry and Cavalry under Colonel Tarleton, who in his book entitled "Southern Campaigns, 1780-81," says: "That the backwoodsmen stood their ground until the British Infantry pushed them off the field, and that the greatest injury done to the British in the battle was by the Virginia Backwoodsmen."
On receiving information at the Davidson-Bailey Fort of the massacre of Captain James Moore and his family, in Abb's Valley, by the Indians, on July 14th, 1786, a messenger was at once dispatched to Major Cloyd, who immediately gathered a body of men and marched to the Valley, reaching there, however, two days after the Indians had departed with their booty and prisoners, and too late to overtake them.
Major Joseph Cloyd was a representative from Montgomery County in the Legislature of Virginia in the year of 1788, and his son, General Gordon Cloyd, was a member of the Constitutional Convention of Virginia, 1829-30; and his grandsons, Major Joseph Cloyd and Mr. James M. Cloyd, were prominent citizens of Pulaski County.
From Chalkley's Augusta County, Virginia Court Judgements:
NOVEMBER, 1764 (B).
David Cloyd vs. Joshua McCormick.--To gold of mine received by you that was retaken from the Indians, 1764.
MAY, 1765 (C). Cloyd vs. Dooley.--Attachment. Attachment 30th January, 1765, by
David Cloyd, Sr., against James Dooley, and attachment bond signed by
David Cloyd, Sr., and David Cloyd, Jr.
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David CLOYD (AFN:972R-51)
Born: 1710 Place: Of, New Castle Co., Ulster Province, Ireland
Died: 4 Apr 1792 Place: Rockbridge, Rockbridge, Virginia
Buried: Place: Back Creek, Pulaski Co., VA.
Married: 1726 Place: , Rockbridge, VA
Father: James CLOYD (AFN:972S-K7)
Mother: Unknown (AFN:972S-LD)
Margaret CAMPBELL (AFN:972R-66)
Born: 1706/1708 Place: , Antrim, Ireland
Died: Mar 1764 Place: Amsterdam, Bototourt, Pennsylvania
Buried: Place: , Rockbridge, VA
Married: 1726 Place: , Rockbridge, VA
Father: John CAMPBELL (AFN:972S-SF)
Mother: Grissel HAY (AFN:972S-TL)
1. Sex Name
M James CLOYD (AFN:972P-JM)
Born: 29 Oct 1731 Place: , Rockbridge, Virginia
Died: 1817 Place: , Lincoln, KY
2. Sex Name
M Michael CLOYD (AFN:972R-8J)
Born: 1735 Place: , New Castle, Deleware
Died: 1805/1807 Place: , Botetourt Co., VA.
3. Sex Name
M David CLOYD (AFN:972R-7C)
Born: 1738 Place: , New Castle, Deleware
Died: 16 Aug 1789 Place: , Botetourt Co., VA.
Buried: Place: High Bridge Chr.
4. Sex Name
F Elizabeth CLOYD (AFN:972R-BV)
Born: 1739 Place: , New Castle, Deleware
Died: Nov 1796 Place: , Rockbridge, VA
Buried: Place: , Rockbridge, VA
5. Sex Name
F Margaret CLOYD (AFN:972R-C2)
Born: Abt 1740 Place: , New Castle, Deleware
Died: Abt 1810 Place:
6. Sex Name
F Mary (Sally) CLOYD (AFN:972R-D7)
Born: 14 Mar 1741 Place: , New Castle, Deleware
Died: 5 Mar 1827 Place: Reed Creek, Wythe Co., VA
7. Sex Name
M Joseph CLOYD (AFN:972R-FD)
Born: 10 Jun 1742 Place: , New Castle, Deleware
Died: 31 Aug 1833 Place: Dublin, Virginia
Buried: Place: Back Creek, Pulaski Co., VA.
8. Sex Name
M John CLOYD (CLYDE) (AFN:51G5-2P)
Born: 1738 Place: Of Antrim Co., Ireland
Christened: Abt 1735 Place: Antrim Co., Ireland (Presbyterian)
Died: Mar 1764 Place: Sumner Co., TN
Buried: 1795 Place: Williamson Family Cemetery, Lebanon, Wilson County, TN
- ↑ IGI Record.