transcribed and compiled by Stephen and Sandra (Nipper) Ratledge, many years ago
Only a few tombstones were found at this cemetery, then overgrown with weeds, trees, and brush. For want of a name and because it was located on Shadden Road, I filed it as "Shadden Road" Cemetery. Recently, Joy Locke, co-host of Monroe County, TN Homepage, made some inquiries about this remote cemetery. Both Lela Shadden and Anna Lee Jones remembered this cemetery but never heard a name applied to it. However, many called it "Lick Creek" Cemetery because of its proximity to the old Lick Creek School once located in the Knobs of Monroe County.
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|BRADFORD, Margaret||10 May 1843||1 June 1888|
|CARDIN, Angeline||24 Dec 1876||7 Dec 1952|
|CARDIN, George M. B.||31 May 1876||1958|
|CARDIN, Larkin||11 Nov 1878||9 Aug 1922|
|CARDIN, Manuel Bradford||31 May 1876||31 Mar 1958|
|LESLEY, Margaret Hamilton||----||----||wife of Samuel Lesley|
|LESLEY, Samuel||13 Oct 1795||23 Mar 1880||[husband of Margaret Lesley]|
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All you kinfolks, put some mail in that old box!
This site is dedicated to the memory of my mother,
Beulah Cline Nipper, a beautiful product of the Knobs.