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Greenwood Cemetery Breakfast

Greenwood Cemetery board honors the Bartlett family’s history

Posted on September 24, 2014 at 9:39 am

It has been 146 years since the inception of a Clarksville city cemetery and in 2014 a community of approximately 15,000 souls is interred in this burial ground that is known as the Greenwood Cemetery. While the city is charged with maintaining the cemetery property it has become financially impossible to tackle the many ongoing maintenance issues. This is not just a Clarksville cemetery problem and many  small communities continually

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