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Green Cemetery
This cemetery (near Bedford Lake) was visited February 28th, 2007, by Jenny & Lauren Calvin and James & Hope Troxler.  The cemetery is overgrown, but beautiful with an abundance of daffodils and vinca.  There are several fieldstone markers in addition to the engraved stones.  In November of 2002, a tornado came through the area and did significant damage.
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These are the stones that we found:

Green, Mary A.
Green, Robert W.
Green, William M.
Rhoton, Jennie
Rhoton, Pearl
Rhoton, W. B.
Roberts, Eliza Eda
Roberts, Infant Son of J. Y. & L. E.
Roberts, J. F. E.
Roberts, James Francis
Roberts, J. S.
Roberts, Mary P.
Roberts, Rachael
Roberts, Rebecca
Roberts, Sarah E.
Roberts, Sue F.
Roberts, Zephaniah Cunningham (1844-1891)
Roberts, Zephaniah (1803-1869)
Roberts, Zephaniah J. B.
Smith, J. J.
Smith, J. W.
Smith, Miss R. I.
Smith, S. R.

We did not find the following stones that were recorded by Helen and Timothy Marsh in Cemetery Records of Bedford County, Tennessee (Shelbyville, TN: Marsh Historical Publications, 1976):

David R. S. V. Green
October 16, 1853
June 25, 1854

Emily Floyd

The Marshes indicate the following people buried without markers (information from Miss Mary Bass):

James Green
Oct. 10, 1800 in N.C.
Nov. 17, 1853

and wife
Mary Smith Green
Mar. 3, 1801 in Ga.
Aug. 29, 1885

Willis Green, father of
James Green