BE-58: Original Location in Davidson County, TN. Now within boundary lines of Williamson County, TN. Edinburgh Road
4 TOMBSTONE INSCRIPTIONS
McCUTCHEN Born: 1878 Died: 1879
Front Inscription: F. H. McCUTCHEN/ 1878 – 1879
McCUTCHEN Born: 1866 Died: 1886
Front Inscription: C. E. McCUTCHEN/ 1866 – 1886
Front Inscription: McCUTCHEN/ R. P. McCUTCHEN/ 1834 – 1898/ HIS WIFE/ SALLIE H. VAUGHAN/ 1843 – 1914
Footstone: Yes Footstone Inscription: Father Mother
BYRN Born: 1868 Died: 1918
Front Inscription: MARTHA M. McCUTCHEN/ WIFE OF/ W. A. BYRN/ JAN. 23, 1868/ JUNE 10, 1918
On day of survey visit (4-29-2004), the cemetery was overgrown. The cemetery was partially fenced and located to the rear of two properties in the subdivision
SITE SURVEYED APRIL 29, 2004
Directory of Williamson County, Tennessee Burials, published 1973, page 195.
Information provided by Mrs. Joe Bowman. Reported as buried in this cemetery were those persons listed above plus the following:
McCutchen, Daniel Age about 80 yrs.
McCutchen, J. W. 1862 – 1913
McCutchen, Samuel E. Sept. 2, 1824 – July 6, 1873
McCutchen, Rachel, a faithful servant of the McCutchen family
McCutchen, B. Died Oct. 1861. Age 80 yrs.
· Samuel McCutchen, pioneer settler, was granted 640 acres of land in Davidson County. McCutchen Cemetery and McCutchen-Byrn Cemetery, where Samuel
was buried, are both in Williamson County, Tennessee (2004).
Steve Rogers, Tennessee Historical Commission, sent research information to the Davidson County Cemetery Survey project on August 13, 2004.
In 1979, the McCutchen house on this property was documented and photographed by the Tennessee Historical Commission. Shortly after the photographs were taken, the house was razed.