I'm not a Stuart family member, but I register grave sites for findagrave.com. Recently I was having dinner with friends and explaining my odd hobby to them when they told me they had graves in their back yard. The graves had been lost for years until the property developer was clearing trees and came across them. He stopped clearing and left everything as it was. The markers are easy to access, but only two have any writing, and they can't be read during the day. You have to go at night and shine a flashlight across them. I went by tonight and did just that and transcribed the markers. The information is below. Although the other marker was for Nash, their being together in a family cemetery made me think there might be a relation, so I'm posting both here. There was no findagrave record for either of these, which makes me think that their descendants may not know they are there. I hope that if they belong to you, this will be helpful! I would love to know if this Nash is any relation to Francis Nash of the Rev War after whom the city of Nashville is named. These tombstones are in Williamson Co, TN, about a 20 minute drive from downtown Nashville.
Here's how they read precisely as they are marked:
Charles Nash died the 12th June 1896 Aged 47 years and 7 months
IN memory of John Stuart he was born in 1725 & died 1799 aged 74 years
I have photos, both daytime and night time (illuminated, so they can be read). I'm going to create findagrave memorials for them now. You can see them on findagrave.com. Here's the address: