Marshall County, Tennessee

Picture of cemetery was taken before descendants of the McCORD and WILLIAMS families had all stones refurbished.

McCord/Williams Cemetery

Location: Old Nashville Turnpike or Horton Memorial Highway two and one-half miles north of Chapel Hill.

The old graveyard at Civil Order is now called the McCord/Williams Cemetery. Rev. James WILLIAMS (originator of Chapel Hill/Civil Order) grave is marked with an impressive tall stone with birth/death dates, plus the words, "In Peace With God."

Sarah Allison WILLIAMS' stone reads, "A Memorial of Sarah WILLIAMS, kindhearted and affectionate mother and friend to her family and being the affectionate consort of James WILLIAMS, who was born the 13th day of January 1789 and deceased the 6th day of October 1843, in peace with God."

Other markers include:

Lucy PEACE, died January 11, 1950, aged 60 years.

Daniel WILLIAMS, died May 11, 1846, aged 68 years.

H.G. McCORD, b: August 1, 1847; d: December 12, 1910

Lillie V. McCORD, b: May 13, 1856; d: October 15, 1935

Fletcher WILLIAMS (no dates)

Nancy WILLIAMS (no dates)

James Elgin McCORD, b: December 9, 1844; d: March 25, 1850

Maude OGILVIE, 1859-1924

Elizabeth Sophronia MURDOCK, b: July 16, 1842; d: March 22, 1845

Ann WILLIAMS, wife of Rev. WILLIAMS died 1882 (no other dates)

Cowden McCORD, b: January 14, 1809; d: August 4, 1879

Sarah A. McCORD, b: March 14, 1826; d: June 8, 1863

Sallie E. McCord MILLER, b: September 20, 1849

Nancy McCORD, 1896-1974

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