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Waugh-Segraves Family Cemetery
 

The Waugh-Segraves Family Cemetery was destroyed in recent years.
 The cemetery was located on the Wildersville-Yuma road in the old
9th District, Henderson County, Tennessee (close to the Carroll and
Henderson County boundaries).   Raymond and Dorothy Seagraves
built their home close to where his ancestors were buried.  The cemetery was
shaded by some very large cedar trees.  It has since been razed by
the blade of the bulldozer.  The land is now owned by a Peterson
family (2003). 

The cemetery was transcribed by Sylvia Whitaker and provided
to Sue Ann Lewis who later provided the information to Jerry McDaniel.

 

Name Period of Life

Family

Crabb, Susan P. 1832 - 1910 Husband:  Susan P. Crabb
Laws, Martha "Patsy" October 1814-
26 Feb 1889

Husband # 1: Sherrod Segraves
Husband # 2: William Pitt Waugh
Husband # 3: Benjamin Phillips
Husband # 4: Stephen Thomason
Children: 
1.  Moses Segraves
2.  William Pitt Waugh
3.  Joseph Phillips
4.  Charles Phillips
 

Segraves, Moses 1832-1910 Father: Sherrod Segraves
Mother: Martha Laws
Phillips, Benjamin 1787 - Wife: Martha Laws
Children:
Joseph Phillips
Charles Phillips
Stacy, Cyrena Elizabeth 1843 -1889 Husband # 1: William Pitt Waugh, Jr.
Children:
1.  William Lee Waugh
2.  James Monroe Waugh
3.  Mary Elisa Waugh
4.  Joseph Edward Waugh
5.  Martha Elizabeth Waugh
6.  Joanna Waugh
7.  Martin Louis Waugh
8.  William Rupert Waugh
Thomason, Stephen   Wife: Martha Laws
Waugh, William Pitt, Jr. 1844 - 1880 Father: William Pitt Waugh,Senior
Mother: Martha Laws
Wife: Cyrena Elizabeth Stacy
Children:
1.  William Lee Waugh
2.  James Monroe Waugh
3.  Mary Elisa Waugh
4.  Joseph Edward Waugh
5.  Martha Elizabeth Waugh
6.  Joanna Waugh
7.  Martin Louis Waugh
8.  William Rupert Waugh

 

 

 

 

 

           

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