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Carney, Vincent Cemetery

WC-37:  NASHVILLE, DAVIDSON COUNTY, TN.    Dry Fork Road
 
2 TOMBSTONES
 
STOKES         Born: 1875       Died: 1893
Front Inscription:  SELEANA NEAL/ WIFE OF M. STOKES/ BORN/ JULY 12, 1875/ DIED/ FEB. 2, 1893
Footstone: Yes Footstone Inscription: SS
 
MOSES           Born: 1812       Died: 1898
Front Inscription:  COME YE BLESSED/ OUR MOTHER/ EBELINE CARNEY/ WIFE OF/HENLEY MOSES/ BORN/ FEB. 23, 1812/ DIED/ JUNE 18, 1898
Footstone: Yes Footstone Inscription: EC
    Note: Day of Birth could be Feb. 28th.
 
SITE SURVEYED:  NOVEMBER 1, 2003
 
Addition to Vincent Carney Cemetery  WC-37
 
On July 17, 2004, Joseph Johnson submitted to the Davidson County Cemetery Survey web site the name of the following person buried in the Vincent Carney Cemetery:
 
UNMARKED GRAVE
MERCILLE SHANNON BREEDLOVE
Her Parents: William Edgar and Carrie Delana Carney Breedlove
BORN AUGUST 11, 1906
DIED NOVEMBER 13, 1910
 
Research information was sent to the Davidson County Cemetery Survey on February 16, 2004, by Glenda Carney, a descendant of Elijah Carney, a brother of Vincent Carney.  She reported that Ebeline Carney Moses, who was buried in the Vincent Carney Cemetery, was the wife of Henley Moses and the daughter of Vincent Carney.  A number of years ago, a grave marker bearing the name of “Polly Carney” had been seen by Glenda Carney’s father in the Vincent Carney Cemetery.  To view the inscriptions for Elijah Carney, in the nearby cemetery called “Carney Cemetery,” please return to the Cemetery Index.
Additions to Vincent Carney Cemetery web site listing.  October 2004.


Cemetery Survey Volunteers Gene Gordon Carney and Jim Cohron re-visited this cemetery and made the following report:
Two tombstones with inscriptions were not recorded on November 1, 2003:
     Isom/ Son of/ J.S. & M.F./ Johnson/ Dec. 7, 1901/ March 11, 1901
     Hester/ Daughter of/ P. & M./ Johnson/ Oct. 7, 1900/ Jan. 11, 1900
        Note: Birth & Death dates may have been reversed in the inscription)
   
Also 30-40 graves were marked by fieldstones or could be detected from depressions in the ground.

Carney genealogical research, by Gene Gordon Carney, added to the Vincent Carney Cemetery Research files at Metro Archives.

Additions to Vincent Carney Cemetery website listing.  6-13-2013



          
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