Barton Baird Cemetery

Mt. Juliet, Wilson County, Tennessee


  • From Nashville go east on I-40 to exit 226 in Mt. Juliet, TN.
  • Turn right (south) onto Mt. Juliet Road and go to first stop light at Adams Lane and turn left  (across from the Cracker Barrel Old Country Store.)
  • Continue onto Belinda Parkway for 3.3 miles
  • Turn right onto South Rutland Road for 0.2 miles
  • Take the first left onto Del Webb Blvd and go 0.2 miles. (Note: from this point on, you will be on restricted usage roads)
  • Turn left onto Grey Place and go 0.2 miles
  • Turn left onto Bugler Road and the cemetery will be on the left.




Birth Date

Death Date



Baird, James H.



1st husband of Julia A. Jennings


Baird, William C.


13 Dec 1862

Son of James H. & Julia A. Jennings Baird

Killed at Battle of Fredericksburg, VA

Gleaves, Guy Trigg



2nd husband of Julia A. Jennings; son of Absalom Gleaves


Gleaves, Jimmy

11 Apr 1852

9 May 1853

Son of Guy T. & Julia A. Jennings Gleaves




  • Bartons purchased this property from the Bairds, thus the name.
  • An iron picket fence surrounds the Barton graves. 
  • The Bairds and Gleaves graves are in the open field. 
  • Trees have grown up among the graves and livestock has trampled about, turning over the stones and generally doing much damage.
  • This property may have been sold for a subdivision.
  • Julie Gleaves sent a wagon to Fredericksburg, Va. to return her son’s body home after he was killed in the Civil War battle.


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