Tennessee Confederate Soldiers Cemetery

Hermitage, Davidson County, Tennessee


  • From Nashville, take I-40 East to exit 221B.
  • Turn left (north) onto Old Hickory Boulevard (TN-45).
  • Go 3.1 miles and turn right into the grounds of ‘The Hermitage’.
  • Follow the road past the Hermitage home parking lot, to the Church sign, and turn right.
  • Go 1 mile towards the church.
  • Park in the church parking lot (cove) and walk to the cemetery on the far right.
  • Admission is not required to visit the cemetery.




Birth Date

Death Date



Gleaves, Felix M.

25 Mar 1841

9 Oct 1928

Son of Michael H. Gleaves

9 Tenn Cav. C.S.A
Grave #446-450



  • Located at ‘The Hermitage’, the home of President Andrew Jackson, which was used as a soldiers home until the Hermitage Ladies Association acquired it.
  • The cemetery may be viewed from Highway 70/Lebanon Road.  It is not permissible to stop at this location nor to climb over the fence.


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