Hartsville Cemetery

Hartsville, Trousdale County Tennessee


  • From Hartsville, go south on Highway 141
  • Turn left onto Cemetery Lane
  • The Cemetery will be on the left




Birth Date

Death Date



Gleaves, Monroe

28 May 1846

7 Jun 1928

Son of John Robertson and Adeline Jackson Gleaves

Jackson Monroe Gleaves

Gleaves, Mollie

Jul 1858

30 Sep 1944

2nd Wife of Monroe Gleaves

Mollie Davis

Carr, Mabel Gleaves

5 Nov 1883

24 Jul 1945

Wife of C. W. Carr, daughter of Monroe Gleaves and Sallie Payne


Gleaves, Sallie Payne



1st Wife of Monroe Gleaves


Gleaves, Walter


20 Sep 1956

Son of Monroe and Sarah Payne Gleaves                         

Walter Monroe Gleaves

Gleaves, Joe T.


19 Feb 1974

Son of Monroe and Sarah Gleaves

Joe Taylor Gleaves

Gleaves, Willie M.



Son of Monroe     and Mollie Davis Gleaves


Gleaves, Katie


Sep 1975

Daughter of Monroe and Mollie Davis Gleaves

Katherine Gleaves

Carr, Clarence

20 Dec 1879

26 Dec 1941

Husband of Mabel Gleaves

Clarence Wesley Gleaves

Oglesby, George


26 Nov 1953

Husband of Ida Gleaves


Oglesby, Ida


19 Jan 1957

Wife  of George Oglesby, daughter of J. Monroe and Mollie Gleaves


Reed, Mrs. Lummie G. Estate


27 Jul 1960

Wife of D. Sanders Reed, daughter of  Monroe and Sarah Payne Gleaves

Reed also spelt as Reid in various records

Reed, D. S.



Husband of Lummie Gleaves Estate

D. Sanders Reed



Excerted from “Cemeteries of Trousdale County, Tennessee”; compiled by Betty M. Scott and Nelwyn N. Cannon.  Hartsville, Tenn, 1996

 Some history on the cemetery:
     After the Battle of Hartsville, December 7, 1862, the people of Hartsville buried both Confederate and Union dead on a knoll at the back of the city cemetery. Union soldiers were eventually removed home or to Nashville National Cemetery. A monument dedicated to the Confederates who died in battle was erected in 1997. At the time of the battle, Hartsville was part of Sumner County-Trousdale was not established as a county until 1870.
     The founder of the town of Hartsville, mill owner and ferry operator, James Hart, is also buried here and he was also a Revolutionary War soldier.


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