Thanks for your post of information new to me.A partial skeletal tree of some of what we have here, revealing one reason why he may be buried in the Hunter cemetery, is:
I. Seth Reddick Kittrell (1801NC- aft 1870 TN?)= Eliza J. Hinton Hunter (c1804NC- bet 1850&1860TN) A. Zulika R. Kittrell = William Holmes Hughes and many descendants of this couple B. Jacob H. Kittrell (c.1827- ?) = Agnes --- (c.1826- ?) 1. Ernest G. Kittrell (c.1855TN- ?) 2. Kate H. Kittrell (c.1857 TN- ?) = Harry Harlan (or Harlin) (MS -?) a. William Ernest Harlan (29 Aug 1886MS- ) = 25 May 1915 TN? Katie Pearl Currie of Haywood County, TN (1) William Ernest Harlan, Jr. (TN?- ) (2) Virginia Harlan (TN?-) (3) Catherine Harlan (TN?-) 3. Seth W. Kittrell (c.1861TN- ? ) C. William A. Kittrell ((c1834TN- ) D. Larissa Kittrell (c1841TN- )( E. Hinton G. Kittrell (1845TN-1904TN) = Mollie McBride (1870- >1936) and many descendants of this couple.
The above is taken from a post showing some of what can be gleaned by mid-19th century census postings and other www postings on this family.
I presume from your post that Jacob Hunter Kittrell is the only Kittrell buried at this cemetery;his widow Agnes is presumed to have died between 1870, when she and her three known children were enumerated with Seth R. Kittrell, a widower and grandfather to these children.Was there a Jacob Hunter, old enough to be J. H. Kittrell's grandfather, buried there also?
Any one knowing more or Jacob Hunter Kittrell and wife Agnes Kittrell, including her maiden name, please post or e-mail.
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