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Photo captures created at the Old City Cemetery in Nashville TN.

The cemetery was established in 1822, the remains of many early settlers were brought to the cemetery for burial. General James Robertson, Gov. William Carroll, Sec. of Treasury George W. Campbell, Lt. General Richard S. Ewell, Brig. General Felix K. Zollicoffer and Capt. William Driver are among the 20,000 that are buried in the cemetery.
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