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152    WILLIAM SHERMAN FAMILY

      Location - from Oxford take Hwy 158W through Berea; turn right on SR-1309; turn left on SR-1311; pass SR-1312; turn right on SR-1316 which is approximately 12.5 mi. west of Oxford. Turn left on SR-1314. The cemetery is just a short distance on the left and is visible about 100 yds from the road.


      Canvassed by Kitty Humphries, March 1995. The cemetery is well maintained and preserved.


  1. Sherman, Evanah   (b. 1 Dec 1862 - d. 6 Jan 1909)
      • Wife of W. A. Sherman. (WPA indicates death date as 8 Jan 1909)
  2. Sherman, Freddie A.   (b. 12 Jan 1899 - d. 25 May 1915)
      • Son of W.A. and E. Sherman
  3. Sherman, Garland   (b. 3 Jun 1938 - d. 24 Jul 1938)
      • Son of G. L. and Lottie Sherman
  4. Sherman, Lottie L.   (b. 22 Nov 1902 - d. 12 Dec 1903)
      • Daughter of W.A. and Evanah Sherman (WPA indicates death date as 12 Dec 1905)
  5. Sherman, Luther   (b. 9 Sep 1927 - d. 29 Sep 1927)
      • Son of G.L. and Lottie Sherman
  6. Sherman, Ruby   (b. 24 Jul 1928 - d. )
      • Daughter of G.L. and Lottie Sherman
  7. Sherman, William A.   (b. 21 May 1864 - d. 5 Sep 1951)


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