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Little Pigeon Cemetery
Sevierville, Sevier County, Tennessee

Lat: 35° 51' 55"N, Lon: 83° 30' 14"W, approx

This cemetery was established in 1789 to serve as a final resting place for those who attended a log Baptist Church. The church was destroyed in the Civil War. In 1979 Sevierville honored the dead by establishing a small park preserving a handful of stones including a marker for the grave of Lt. Spencer Clack. No records exist for the other graves in this cemetery, which no longer exists.

This is not a complete listing of all of the burials in this cemetery. The records below were provided by contributors to Interment.net. Last edited Dec 07, 2010. Total records = 4.

Contributor's Index:

Beavers, Mary, b. Jan 12, 1745, d. Aug 14, 1840, w/o Spencer D. Clack, [EC]
Clack, Beulah Catherine, b. Jun 23, 1778, d. Oct 30, 1850, d/o Spencer D. & Mary Clack, [EC]
Clack, Spencer D., b. Mar 28, 1746, d. Jul 9, 1832, h/o Mary Beavers, [EC]
Rogers, Elijah, Rev., b. May, 1774, d. May 1841, h/o Beulah Clack, s/o Henry & Elizabeth, [EC]

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