David Rhoden

Our lodgings were across the street from a neglected cemetery.

by David Rhoden. Day .

It looked like a steep briar-covered hill, but there was a sign in front of the lot that said Buck Knob Cemetery. I saw the stones scattered among the weeds and briars, so I decided to walk, or hike, up there and take a look. I feared I was walking into a jungle of poison ivy, but I got lucky, or there wasn't too much poison ivy up there.

This cemetery is on Dartmouth Street in Chattanooga, Tennessee.

Albert Roberts grave. Buck Knob Cemetery, Dartmouth Street, Chattanooga, Tennessee.

Alice Seay grave. Buck Knob Cemetery, Dartmouth Street, Chattanooga, Tennessee.

Broken stone. Buck Knob Cemetery, Dartmouth Street, Chattanooga, Tennessee.

Dwight Jackson grave. Buck Knob Cemetery, Dartmouth Street, Chattanooga, Tennessee.

Hattie Inman grave. Buck Knob Cemetery, Dartmouth Street, Chattanooga, Tennessee.

Judia Roberts grave. Buck Knob Cemetery, Dartmouth Street, Chattanooga, Tennessee.

Lila Jackson grave. Buck Knob Cemetery, Dartmouth Street, Chattanooga, Tennessee.

Luther Inman grave. Buck Knob Cemetery, Dartmouth Street, Chattanooga, Tennessee.

Homemade gravestone for a one-day-old baby saying "Our little darling." Buck Knob Cemetery, Dartmouth Street, Chattanooga, Tennessee.

Strange gravestone.  Buck Knob Cemetery, Dartmouth Street, Chattanooga, Tennessee.

Walton-Parker grave. Buck Knob Cemetery, Dartmouth Street, Chattanooga, Tennessee.

Walton-Parker grave, different view. Buck Knob Cemetery, Dartmouth Street, Chattanooga, Tennessee.

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