HUGHES CEMETERY

Cemetery transcription and photos taken by:
Grace Anderson, Herbert Cody Ellis, Dakota Lee Ellis and Cheyanne Leigh Ellis

 Sign Hughes Cemetery off HWY. 90 ( Cumberland Falls Road) Forest Serive Rd. no. 5010

Photo 1   

From the back of the cemetery, left to right.

Picture of Hughes Cemetery

1. TAYLOR, Morgan    funeral home marker

2. Field stone,     (no inscription)

3. Field stone      (no inscription)

4. Field stone      ( no inscription)

5. Field stone    (no inscription)

6. HUGHES, Lysa J.   Dec.13,1866 – Aug.31,1918    Wife of L. Hughes     “ Gone But Not Forgotten”  “ In my Father’s house are many mansions”

7. BURCHELL, Virgie      1924 – 1993  funeral home marker

8. HUGHES, Layfate      July 14, 1863 – Dec.13,1958

                                              ROW 2 -  Left to Right

1. VIERS, Charles “Son”                                  Pattie “Mom”                                William “ Dad”

                   Jan.19,1962                                         June 24,1924                                 March 1, 1901 

                  March 7, 2004                                    Dec.8, 1990                                      Sept.14,1991

2. Field stone       (no inscription)

3. HUGHES, J. B.   1865 – 1921

4. HUGHES, G.W.       Aug.28,1859 – Aug.11,1894    “ The pains of death are passed, Labors and Sorrows ceasein life’s long Warfare closed at last”  “ His Soul Found In Peace” 

5. HUGHES, Mary  Nov. 20,1904 – Jan.29,1905    Daughter of Ed ( could be E.D.) and Nora  “ Budded On Earth To Bloom In Heaven”

6. Field stone   (no inscription)

7. Field stone  (no inscription)

8. HUGHES, Bula   Jan.10,1913 – Nov. 21,1913  “ Budded On Earth To Bloom In Heaven”

9. GREEN, Willma Lee      Aug.19, 1931 – June 10,1933

                                                               ROW 3 Left to Right

1. TAYLOR, Annie H.                                                    Andy L.      “ May They Rest In Peace”

           June 10,1900 – Dec.22,1972                                 April 25,1890 – April 6,1943

2. Field stones, head and foot    (no inscription)

3. Field stones, head and foot  (no inscription)

4. HAMMOCK, Elmer    march 19, 1904 – June 11,1909  “ Gone But Not Forgotten”

5. HUGHES, M.C.     Feb.26,1890 – Oct.24,1942  “ His Memory Is Blessed”

6. POWELL, Martha L.                                  Roy L.
                         “Together Forever”  Married Sept. 30,1926

          March 1,1912 – Dec. 9,1983                               July 18,1907 – Feb.10,1996

7. POWELL, Paul E.      Sept.1,1927 – Aug.16,1928       Son of Roy and Martha Powell      “ Gone to be a Angel” “ Safe In The Arms Of Jesus”

 

                                                               ROW 4 –Left to Right

1. Field stone   (no inscription)

2. Funeral home marker  (faded with no name-dates)

3. POWELL, Mildred      Dec.18,1930 – April 4, 1932

4. Field stone   (no inscription)

                                                                ROW 5 – Left to Right

1.*TAYLOR, Arnold Ralston  1918 – 1980   PVT US ARMY World War ll       

2. HUGHES, Morgan     March 30,1884    Death date unknown

3. GREENE, Rease Victor    1908 – 1938  “ Father of Jimmy W. & Bobbie”

  

 

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