Driver, William

Section 20

ID # 200116

 

A Master Mariner

Sailed twice around

The World, once around

Australia, Removed

The Pitcairn people

From sickness and

Death in Tahieta

To their own

Island home

Sept. 3, 1831.

The 69 in number

Now 1200 souls

 

William Driver

Born in Salem Massachusetts

March 17, 1803

Died in Nashville, Tennessee

March 3, 1886

 

Trust in the Lord and do good

So shalt thou dwell in the land

And verily thou shalt be fed

PS. 37.3

I have never wanted since

 

Documentation

1908 Plat: William Driver

                Section 20 WP Lot 16

1909 List: Lot owner William Driver

Smith 1908 & Garrett: Same as Recorded 2005,

except neither source listed the Epitaph


CLICK HERE
for more information on Captain William Driver from The Tennessee Encyclopedia

Old Glory 175th Anniversary Stamp Issue
http://www.stamps.gov.pn/OldGlory.html

REFERENCE INFORMATION
Tennessee Historical Quarterly, Fall 2013,
“His Ship, His Country and His Flag”
William Driver and Old Glory. By Dan E. Pomeroy


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After 2009 Restoration
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P.O. Box 150733
Nashville, TN 37215

 2006 - Nashville City Cemetery Association

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