Jellico Cemetery is in the little town of Jellico, Tennessee, just south of the Kentucky state line. A number of my ancestors are buried here; many Stanfills, Perkins, Lays and Bairds were laid to rest here, including the unfortunate Squire Perkins, who was murdered by bushwackers during the Civil War for being a Union sympathizer.
Squire is buried next to Simon Snyder, his brother-in-law, who was also killed that day. Squire's mother, Cintha Stanfill, and her husband William Perkins, are buried next to Squire. Their stones are propped up against a tree next to his grave; presumably they had fallen and were left there.