I just received a newspaper clipping from my source in Benton Co Tn. concerning Loy Caneer as follows- FROM POSTOAK: The remains of Loy Caneer who died near Morrris Chapel, were given interment here last Wednesday. Loy was 16 years of age, a good moral boy, and there was a large gathering of friends and relatives present to pay their last sad respects to his memory. Burial services were conducted by Rev J.M. Pickens Reprinted from the Camden Chronicle Juy 11 1902.
I also inquired about unmarked graves in Chalk Hill Cemetery and was informed by a long time church member and relative of a grave digger that Chalk Hill Cemetery has no records but unmarked graves would be beside, above or below the ones marked. There is a large area of umarked graves below those of Robert Caneer and his wife. This is newspaper article from Camden Chronicle dated July 30 1909 James Caneer Dead: Much surprise was occasioned at the unexpected death of James Caneer at his home near Eva Monday. He had been in bad health for a long time but seemed to rally of late. Mr Caneer was advance in years and had spent the greater part of his life on the farm in a radius of Camden. He was a quiet peaceable citizen and had many friends who condone his death. Interment is Tuesday in Chalk Hill Cemetery
The unmarked area may be where James and the others are buried.