|This late nineteen century family cemetery is located on Manley Road just west of its intersection with Feathers Lane. The most interesting feature is the surviving grave house over the grave of Alice Manley. Grave houses were once seen frequently in Henderson County but very few remain. The cemetery may have been vandalized at some point in the past and its markers knocked down. Whoever reset the markers did not match the markers and footstones. There is one infant-size grave marked with fieldstones. Otherwise there are no readily apparent signs of unmarked graves. The cemetery was recorded and photographed January 17, 1999.|
|MANLEY, Alice||1866||1935||(Grave house on this grave)
Sutton & Martha (Stallings) Manley
|MANLY, Alonzo||24 Jan 1886||31 May 1888||J.G. & M.D. Manley|
|MANLY, Sutton Jackson||31 Jan 1861||07 Jan 1937||Sutton & Martha (Stallings) Manly|
|MANLY, Emmerson E.||29 Aug 1863||24 Jul 1885||Sutton & Martha (Stallings) Manly|
|MANLY, Johnie P.||26 Nov 1870||06 Nov 1910||Sutton Jackson Manly|
|MANLY, Joseph T.||13 Apr 1883||24 Jul 1885||J.G. & M.D. Manly|
|MANLY, Martha (Stallings)||10 Jan 1822||14 Apr 1888||Sutton Manly|
|MANLEY, Sutton||07 Apr 1821||07 Mar 1909||Martha Stallings
Nancy Jane Contrell
|Elcany & Catherine (Robertson) Manley|
|STALLINS, Nancy||abt 100y||Jun 1883||Landric Stallins||1880 Census listed as "Mother" of Sutton|
His wife Martha J. is consistent from 1850 - disappears after 1880.
In 1900 he is shown with a wife named Nancy.