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Phillips Cemetery
The Phillips Cemetery is located SW of Watertown in Wilson County on a hill across
from the old Phillips home on Jack Hale farm near #349 Hale Lane. The early log
cabin is covered with siding and has two additional rooms built to it.
GPS 36-05-460N 86-09-154W

Oakley, S.A. 22 Jul 1865- 1 Nov 1912 w/o J.T.Bass
Oakley, Thomas B.25 Apr 1817- 4 Jul 1894
Oakley, Mary 11 Sep 1829-17 Jul 1879
Oakley, William 5 Aug 1849-21 Oct 1875
Phillips, Josiah 25 Sep 1802- 9 Nov 1868 s/o J.& M.
"Age 66 Yrs 11 Days"
Phillips, Malinda (Wife of Josiah-stone broken)
Phillips, John Died 30 Jul 1846 in 81st Yr. of life.
"Mr.Phillips was one of the first settlers on Round Lick
being the father of six sons and five daughters."
Phillips, Mary Died 20 Nov 1844 in 72nd Yr.w/o John
Phillips, James 5 Aug 1837- 31 Mar 1840
Phillips, David - War of 1812 Veteran Marker.
Several graves marked by fieldstones.

Note: There is another Phillips Cemetery approx. 1 mile west on a hilltop at the end of
Bass Lane which contain many other members of the Phillips family.

Listed in Smith County Tennessee Cemeteries - South of the Cumberland River page 282.(1984)
For more information see "History of the Phillips Family" by Harry Phillips(1935).
Heritage Press Inc. Second Edition 1971.
Photographed and copied by John Waggoner Jr 06 Apr 2007.

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