Crockett Chapel Cemetery

Crockett Chapel United Methodist Church

Census by
Ralph Sands Algee
Isabelle Rogers Algee


Crockett's Chapel was not the earliest church to be established in Western Obion County, but it was the only one of six that survived through the years.  This part of Obion County did not become Lake County until 1870. Crockett Chapel had its beginning in 1869.  Many Pioneer Lake County families attended services there, and today their descendants can still be found.  Graves dating back to the 1850's can be found in the cemetery as well as graves of soldiers from the War Between the States.

Mrs. Algee has just published a book of this cemetery.  Below are some excerpts from the book which show the depth of information that is contained in the book.


        [28 Jun 1924-9 Jul 1999]                [b. Lake Co., TN - d. Union City, TN hospital]
[Daughter of Gilly Frank Mayfield & Mamie Griggs Mayfield; m. 1st Raymond Moore (d.1965); m 2nd Dave Dunlap (d. 1985); preceded in death by sons James E. Moore and Donnie Wayne Moore, daughters Marlene Beasley and Velma Lee Moore; also mother of J. R. Moore, Ronnie Moore, Roger Moore; sister of Evelyn Zimmerman, Ora Lee Hendrix, Louise Malady, Hazel Badger, Barbara Dean, Helen Gann, J. T. Mayfield, and Mary McClain; info per obituary; Hazel Badger 8 Feb 2001]

        [b. & d. 1 Jul 1949]                        [b. & d. Dist. 4 Lake Co., TN]
[Lived 6 hours; infant of Wayne Farmer & Annie May Crafton Faaaarmer; info per Gracie Ruth Nothcutt]

[1811 or 1911 - 22 Jul 1858 or 1958)
Wife of Josiah Hopkins                        [Stone difficult to read]

        31 Oct 1914 - 10 Nov 1914        Daughter of E. C. & M. JACKSON
[Her mother would have been a 2nd wife; stone was laying on the ground south of Elizabeth's stone 26 Jul 1996]

       9 Apr 1878 - 12 Nov 1910            Wife of E. C. Jackson
[Was his 1st wife; E. C. m. Lake Co., 1 Dec 1901, Mrs. Lizzie Thompson; a Lizzie Ralls m. Lake Co. 24 May 1894, John Thompson.  Same Lizzie?  Open Bible on top.  Info per stone & Lake County Marriage records]

JACKSON, JOHN E.                        [John Emory Jackson]
1867-1952                                        [b. 11 Oct 1867 Wingo, KY - d. 22 Sep 1952]
[Double stone with Ruth; son of John "Dock" Jackson; m. Ruth Scott William Jackson; order by Floyd Jackson; info per stone, Lake Co. Marriage Records, Gracie Ruth Robeson Northcutt]

 b. 19 Mar 1861 - d  22 Sep 1912
[Woodmen of t he World marker.  There is also a broken stone inscribed N E J behind this stone]


The above is an example of the entries in the Crockett Chapel Cemetery book by Isabelle Algee.  The cost of this book is $15 plus postage.  Please contact Isabelle Algee.


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