Cemeteries in Campbell County
Cemeteries and Gravestones in Campbell County
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Entering Elk Valley from the south. In the middle of the picture, hardly visible, is the
Elk Valley Unincorporated sign. Going to the left is Elk Fork Road. Following Elk Fork Road
1.5 miles brings you to the entrance to Baird Cemetery.
Baird Cemetery. Looking north from along Elk Fork Road, this is about 1.4 miles from the
start of Elk Fork Road, as you enter Elk Valley. There is a home about 150 feet from the
cemetery, on the left, and you enter the cemetery by driving down the road leading to this
house. There are no signs indicating which cemetery this is.
Northeast corner of Baird Cemetery, where John and Sarah Bruce's gravestones are located.
The Bruce gravestones are seen in the center of the picture. John Bruce's gravestone leans to
the left, and granddaughter Thelma's stone is on the right.
John N. Bruce gravestone in Baird Cemetery. The gravestone is in the northeast corner of the cemetery.
Sarah Bruce (1845-1916), wife of John N. Bruce, gravestone in Baird Cemetery. The gravestone
is in the northeast corner of the cemetery, next to John Bruce's.
Thelma Bruce (1912-1913), daughter of Jacob and Alice Bruce, granddaughter of John and Sarah
Bruce, gravestone in Baird Cemetery. The gravestone is in the northeast corner of the cemetery,
next to John and Sarah Bruce's markers.
Queener Cemetery. Looking the south side north. The road to the left starts out as
Mount Paran Road in downtown Jacksboro. The cemetery is about 1.5 miles from Main Street
in Jacksboro. Daniels Bruce's gravestone is to the right, out of the picture.
Daniel Bruce (1797-1874) gravestone in Queener Cemetery. The remains of Pollie Bruce's marker to the
right. The gravestone is in the center, rear of the cemetery.
Daniel Bruce (1797-1874) gravestone in Queener Cemetery. Although not real legible, the stone is
still in fairly good shape for one that is over 100 years old.
The Bruce gravestone in Jellico Cemetery. The cemetery is along Main Street in Jellico, off
Highway 297. This is in the northeast corner of the cemetery. The
fence in the background is along Main Street (Hwy 297). The are five markers around this
gravestone, for Thomas (1938-1956), Wiley (1881-1961), Minnie (1888-1961),
Wiley Howard (1918-1985), and Artie (1914-1967).
The Bruce gravestone in Jellico Cemetery, from the northeast corner of the cemetery.
Thomas Bruce (1938-1956) marker in Jellico Cemetery.
Wiley Bruce (1881-1961) marker in Jellico Cemetery.
Wiley Howard Bruce (1918-1985) marker in Jellico Cemetery.
Minnie Bruce (1888-1961) marker in Jellico Cemetery.
Artie Bruce (1914-1967) marker in Jellico Cemetery.
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