Nashville City Cemetery
City Cemetery Lot Card for Section 8 Lot 16
Currin Vault was listed on Charles Marlin’s 1914 List.
The people listed below, from Interment records, were on the Currin Lot Cards, except P.B. Argo and J. B. Snowden.
After 2009 Restoration
City Cemetery Interment Books (1846-1979)
Argo, P. B.
Barner, M. E.
Colomb, Christopher, Infant of.
Colwell, J. F., Infant of.
Currin, R. P.
Duvall, Clabron S.
Horn, E. A.
Richardson, S. A., Mrs.
Sevier, Mary Benton
Smith. Martha A.
Snowden, J. B.
Note on Interment Records: There are gaps in what can be learned from the City Cemetery Interment Books. The Interment Books did not record removals from the City Cemetery nor the re-burials from family graveyards to the City Cemetery. And some interments were not listed in the Interment Books, especially during times of epidemics when there were many daily burials. Other sources, such as church funeral registers, family Bible records and obituaries can be helpful.
CLICK HERE to view the Interment Book records hosted by Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, Tennessee.
Note on Vault: According to notations on City Cemetery Lot Card, the Currin Vault was flooded in the 1920s. Removals took place. In 2005, the vault was inspected, during the Restoration project, and found to be empty.
Persons with family history, records and obituaries are encouraged to email the City Cemetery at firstname.lastname@example.org.