Whitt Cemetery


Status: Abandoned.

Background: Founded 1869. H. Whitt was a Confederate army veteran.

Location: Near Butler

Directions: 16.7 miles E of Fairfield off Hwy 84 on the south side of Pleasant Hill Children's Home property. On the same road as Mayes and Lone Star cemeteries.

Oldest Marked Grave: 1869 John T. Whitt

Green, Sam no date no date
Green, Sam's small son no date no date
Greene, Tennie
    wife of G. W. Greene
Jan 8, 1856 Nov 28, 187?
Hammett, Violet
    dau of J. M. & M. V. Hammett
    age 4yrs 2mo 18d
Nov 17, 1869 Feb 5, 1874
Unknown Farm Hand no date no date
Whitt, Caro C. 1864 1907
Whitt, Earl Apr 31, 1879 Oct 5, 1899
Whitt, Edward V. 1866 1891
Whitt, John T. 1849 1869
Whitt, Mae Martin no date no date
Whitt, Maggie Mae no date no date
Whitt, Mary Ann no date no date
Whitt, Thomas Penn 1818 1889
Whitt, Tom no date no date

Confederate Veterans known buried there:

Bryant, Joe    
Chambers, Hal    
Edwards, W. L.    
Franklin, Nat    
Ivy, Jim
  Feb 5, 1891
Mays, T. G.    
Mobley, J. R.    
Streety, Beeler    
Whitt, Tom