Here is a list of people buried in the Jaynes Cemetery off of Webb Road, in Rogersville, TN. I am looking for ANY and ALL information on these Stewarts!!!
NOTE: Lula Gerturde Howe (who married a William Wesmore Stewart)is the daug.of William Powell Howe and Betty Elizabeth Henard Howe, who are also buried here at the Jaynes cem.
Jaynes Cemetery, Rogersville, Hawkins Co., Tennessee October 14, 2001.
Transcribed By Lisa Chandler Richardson and Bradley Scott Stewart
Turn left (North-West) off of Hwy 11W (SR-1) onto SR-66 (Hwy 66N) to Webb Road. The cemetery is located on a hill top at the intersection of Webb Road and Flatwood Lane. The Jaynes Cemetery is in a large pasture with a gated fence around it.
NAME Birthdate Deathdate Stone readings
Anderson, G. Earl 6/12/1924 9/25/1981 US Army Boyd, Sue Jaynes 1908 1968 Christian, Dorthula Conrad 06-18-1873 1/4/1964 Christian, J.P. 5/22/1909 1/29/1946 Conard, Jacob 6-2-1878 6-21-1899 Howe, Elizabeth 1853 1933 Howe, William P. 1847 1900 Jayes, Andrew J. 1862 1937 Jaynes, James Boyd 1/6/1912 6/29/1972 SGT. Army WWII TN Jaynes, Mary C. 1876 1950 Martin, Ellen Evie 4/11/1911 6/18/1996 Mother Martin, Jess 11/25/1892 12/27/1980 Father Moore, Chanie 1835 3/30/1905 Shepard, James 1878 5/10/1905 Shepard, Martha 10-11-1854 2/12/1936 "A tender mother and faithful friend" Shepard, Mary Jane 1875 5/1/1905 Stewart, Bessie 10-25-1899 5/8/1922 dau of W.W. & Lula Stewart "Asleep in Jesus" Stewart, Clem L. 1851 1935 Stewart, Lula H. 08-30-1878 5/25/1968 Stewart, Ruth 1/3/1904 9/1/2000 Stewart, William W. 06-22-1869 8/27/1914 Stuard, John H. 04-07-1866 06-11-1898 Stuard, Victoria M. 09-06-1863 10-31-1899 "wife of Clem Stuard" (Clem L. Stewart) Stuart, Eliza R. 03-16-1826 05-21-1893 "Our Dear Mother" Talley, Nannie Lou 06-26-1894 07-11-1895 dau of J.Y. & Mary E. Talley Wells, J.M. 02-22-1851 2/13/1907 Wells, Lucinda 08-15-1865 11/18/1920 "We will meet again"
Misc. Genealogy Notes:
Lula Gerturde Howe is the daug.of William Powell and Elizabeth Howe, who are also buried here at the Jaynes cem.
Additional Notes: There were a couple of grave stones that have been broken in half and we were not able to locate the missing pieces. One in particular, a stone located next to Eliza R. Stuart, to the left of her. Which could have been her husband. This STEWART/ STUART/ STUARD family changed their name from STUART to STEWART.