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Bellwood Cemetery Graves
(A Tribute)

The following list contains the names and birth/death dates of those who are buried in the fenced-in family plot, directly in front of the obelisk, as of April 25, 2009.  All are related to John Bell either by marriage or bloodline, through John Bell, Jr.  This page is intended to be a tribute to them.

If you visit Bellwood, please remember that it is a resting place for those who have passed on.  Please treat the place and those who are buried there, with respect.

Sincerely,

Pat Fitzhugh, Author / Historian
April, 2009




Charles Bailey Bell, M.D.
March 30, 1869 -- February 6, 1945

John Thomas Bell
July 8, 1861 -- May 2, 1879

Joel Thomas Bell, M.D.
April 18, 1831 -- March 29, 1910

Laura Virginia Bell
February 18, 1842 -- September 22, 1914

Lee Graham Covington
January 25, 1924 -- February 28, 1999

Ada Skehan Covington
August 27, 1929 --
* Husband and wife share one stone

Grant Stone Covington
March 21, 1917 -- March 22, 1917

Cecil Boyd Covington
October 11, 1887 -- June 28, 1959

Boyd Minerva Bell Covington
March 10, 1865 -- May 1, 1937

Clarence Grant Covington
January 4, 1861 -- May 7, 1913

Clarence Leslie Covington
December 26, 1885 -- October 27, 1963

Lulu Henrietta Covington
May 29, 1889 -- March 12, 1981

Sarah Elizabeth Bell Willett
January 29, 1863 -- February 1, 1946

William Hamilton Willett, M.D.
June 30, 1844 -- December 6, 1911

Charles Willett
April 27, 1886 -- May 26, 1963

Mary Laura Porter
January 16, 1889 -- September 26, 1963

Jerry Menees Porter
January 18, 1888 -- July 13, 1962

Mary Allen Bell Abshire
December 19, 1872 -- September 10, 1955

Josiah Marion Abshire
July 4, 1864 -- April 26, 1926

Lurton Allen Abshire
January 4, 1903 -- August 2, 1976

Flora B. Turner
1860 -- 1946

John B. Turner
1860 -- 1936
* Husband and wife share one stone

Nancy Kneale Burchett
March 16, 1927 -- December 18, 1996

Jacquilyn Bell Burchett White
February 15, 1950 -- November 20, 1972

John A. Burchett, Jr.
March 13, 1922 -- April 16, 2004

Lillian Abshire Burchett
July 25, 1901 -- December 14, 1984

Walter W. Winters
October 18, 1918 -- April 20, 1987


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