Anderson / Cutbirth Notes

A plaque at Old Well Cemetery states:

Old Well Cemetery 1820-1995

Land donated by Richard "Kettle Dick" Anderson from 2,000 acre land grant he settled in 1810. Named "Old Well" for the well at the N.E. corner of cemetery dug by Andrew Jackson's Army returning from the battle of New Orleans. Early settlers used the well as they traveled the Natchez Trace. Buried here are: Anderson & 2 wives, one Sarah Cutbirth great niece of Daniel Boone plus family & neighbors.

Daniel Cutbirth b 1760 NC m 1790 d 1834 Giles Co. TN Elizabeth Becky Coleman Cutbirth b Feb 2, 1763 d Apr 9, 1847 TN

Eliza B. Cutbirth b 1815 d Oct 21, 1897 m Jesse Gee Tudor b 1810/1811 d Jan 1, 1864/63

Mary Cutbirth b July 11, 1799 NC d Sept 1876 Giles Co TN m 1818 James Hanna Jr. b Oct 11, 1793 NC d Aug 25, 1857 TN

Daniel Boone Cutbirth b ca 1792 d Jan 8, 1858/59 m Oct 7, 1814 Jane Reed b ca 1793 d 1820/21

Sarah Cutbirth to Jethro Brown July 29, 1811 Bondsman John M. Taylor, Maury Co.

Note - Sarah Cutbirth married three times:

  1. Jethro Brown
  2. John Farris
  3. Richard "Kettle Dick" Anderson

Submitted by: Lynn Roebuck