Music & Akers Cemetery
at Abbott Creek
Submitted by Donna Mullins and Terry Webb

Information added by Darrell Music in Teal.

Betty Music  11-03-1937  08-09-1938  
William Garfield Music  11-01-1880  01-03-1960 s/o James Alex II & Ellen Baldridge Music, h/o Sarah C. Music
Sarah Alice Caudill Music  01-14-1882  05-31-1945 d/o William & Mary Elizabeth Scalf Caudill, w/o Garfield Music
William Akers  01-1835  03-1917 CO A 39 KY INE
Mary Akers  1899  1925  
George Akers  1887  1954  
Virginia Akers Skeens  04-22-1922  06-04-1985  
Jay w. Akers  08-26-1912  09-17-1988  
Robert Akers  1895  1950 s/o William Akers
Edgar Akers  06-16-1918  12-21-1951  
Irene H. Burkett  09-28-1924  05-05-1986 1st w/o Davie Howell, Jr.
Billy Monroe Howell  06-24-1951  06-10-1973 s/o Irene H. Burkett & Davie Howell, Jr., Car Wreck
Girlie M. Greene  04-24-1909  04-22-1937 d/o William Garfield & Sarah Alice Caudill Music, w/o  James Greene.
Infant of James & Girlie M. Greene     only one date 1934
Davie Howell, Jr.  07-01-1918  06-20-1990 PFC US Army WWII, h/o Irene H. Burkett
Minnie Evelyn Allen  1938  1997  
Ellen B. Music  1859  1941  
Gary Howell, Jr.  05-21-1969  04-04-1979 s/o Gary, Sr. & Kathleen Mullet Howell,  Cancer
Charles D. Moore  1911  1976  
Minerva Moore  1902  1978  
Gerta Jackson      
Tealie Jackson      
Ricky W. Music  10-01-1958  02-14-1967  
Audrey Jewel Music  08-29-1935  09-19-1994 d/o Theodore & Sarah Ann Akers Music, 1) Theodore Music, he had three
Theodore Music  06-28-1890  06-23-1973 s/o James & Ellen Baldridge Music, w/o Nellie Pennington Music, PVT US Army WWI (Obit below)
Nelia Pennington Music  06-14-1901  09-29-1987 d/o Jerry & Girlie Jackson Pennington, 3) w/o Theodore Music
15 markers with no names      

OBIT: THEODORE MUSIC Services were conducted at 11:00 a.m. Tuesday, June 26, 1973 in the Enterprise Baptist Church on Fourth Street for Theodore Music who passed away Saturday, June 23, at his home at Staffordsville after an extended illness. The son of the late James and Ellen Baldridge Music, he was born June 23 1890 and was a member of the Enterprise Baptist Church. Surviving are his wife, Nellie Pennington Music, four daughters, Mrs. Edna Skrunks of Michigan; Mrs. Dorothy Fultz, of Germantown, Ky; Mrs. Barbara Shepherd of Packerton, Indiana; Miss Audrey music of East Point, and 12 grandchildren. Burial was in the Music Cemetery at East Point, with Reverends Willis Tackett and Sammy Baker officiating at the services. Arrangements were under the direction of the Jones-Preston Funeral Home.