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Barton-Baird Cemetery
Scout Clean-up with Gleaves help, Fall, 2005
20 photos
Before the cleanup: The cemetery has been completely overgrown by trees and vines.  The fence around the Barton graves is barely visible.
Before the cleanup: The cemetery has been completely overgrown by trees and vines. The fence around the Barton graves is barely visible.
The Cleanup begins: Notice the gravestone lying on the ground on the center right side of this picture.
The Cleanup begins: Notice the gravestone lying on the ground on the center right side of this picture.
Wow! What a GREAT bunch of workers. 
Team work really does pay off.
Wow! What a GREAT bunch of workers.
Team work really does pay off.
Break time and an opportunity to find out about the people buried here.
Break time and an opportunity to find out about the people buried here.
Untangling a rope. The rope is going to be used to pull down a tree that is hung up in another hugh tree.
Untangling a rope. The rope is going to be used to pull down a tree that is hung up in another hugh tree.
Results of the lesson for reading old gravestones: Owen Gleaves holds the gravestone of Guy Trigg Gleaves, a distant relative.  Notice how easy it is to read the stone after flour has been dusted over it.
Results of the lesson for reading old gravestones: Owen Gleaves holds the gravestone of Guy Trigg Gleaves, a distant relative. Notice how easy it is to read the stone after flour has been dusted over it.
Great Job and Thank you! Everyone is to be congratulated for their hard work.  The cemetery looks wonderful!
Great Job and Thank you! Everyone is to be congratulated for their hard work. The cemetery looks wonderful!
The weenie roast--
The Friday evening (Oct. 28, 2005) following the cleanup, the volunteers met to burn the brush cleaned out of the cemetery.  And what better way to cap off the group effort than with a weenie roast! 
Getting the fires going and setting up.  Notice that two fires have been built.
The weenie roast--
The Friday evening (Oct. 28, 2005) following the cleanup, the volunteers met to burn the brush cleaned out of the cemetery. And what better way to cap off the group effort than with a weenie roast!
Getting the fires going and setting up. Notice that two fires have been built.
One fire for roasting the weenies
One fire for roasting the weenies
And the other fire for warming up the body.  It was a cool night.
And the other fire for warming up the body. It was a cool night.
The coals are just right now for grilling the perfect hot dog.
The coals are just right now for grilling the perfect hot dog.
Newspaper article about the clean-up
Newspaper article about the clean-up
Newspaper article continued.
Newspaper article continued.
Guy Trigg Gleaves
Son of Absalom Gleaves
Baird - Barton Cemetery
Mt. Juliet, Tennessee
Guy Trigg Gleaves
Son of Absalom Gleaves
Baird - Barton Cemetery
Mt. Juliet, Tennessee
Jimmy Gleaves
Son of Guy Trigg and Julia A. Jennings Gleaves
Baird - Barton Cemetery
Mt. Juliet, Tennessee
Jimmy Gleaves
Son of Guy Trigg and Julia A. Jennings Gleaves
Baird - Barton Cemetery
Mt. Juliet, Tennessee
Baird - Barton Cemetery 
After Active Senior Living Development
Mt. Juliet, Tennessee
Baird - Barton Cemetery
After Active Senior Living Development
Mt. Juliet, Tennessee
Baird - Barton Cemetery
After development
Stones laying on the ground are Guy Trigg Gleaves 
and his son Jimmy Gleaves
Mt. Juliet, Tennessee
Baird - Barton Cemetery
After development
Stones laying on the ground are Guy Trigg Gleaves
and his son Jimmy Gleaves
Mt. Juliet, Tennessee
Entrance to the Baird - Barton Cemetery
After Development
Mt. Juliet, Tennessee
Entrance to the Baird - Barton Cemetery
After Development
Mt. Juliet, Tennessee
Handicapped entrance to
Baird - Barton Cemetery
Mt. Juliet, Tennessee
Handicapped entrance to
Baird - Barton Cemetery
Mt. Juliet, Tennessee