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200 North Castle Heights Ave.
Lebanon, Tennessee 37087
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Phone - 615-443-2839
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Cedar Grove Cemetery

Cedar Grove Cemetery
609 South Maple Street
Lebanon, TN 37090
Phone: (615) 449-3475/ (615) 443-2885
Fax: (615) 257-2020

Cedar Grove Cemetery
Staff
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cemeterygateHistory
The area known as Cedar Grove Cemetery was purchased by the City of Lebanon in 1846. However, the first mention of a City Cemetery was in the year 1823. Prior to this location, the Cemetery was situated on the parcel of land that held the College Street Church of Christ (which now has been converted into County Offices). Cedar Grove Cemetery has grown to contain approximately 34.6 acres, of which 11 acres remain undeveloped. We have an office staff and a grounds-keeping crew that work very hard to maintain a positive and professional appearance.


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Found At The Cemetery

William Bowen Campbell

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Date of Birth: February 1, 1807
Date of Death: August 19, 1867

Civil War Union Brigadier General-Served as a General in the Union Army
US Congressman-Elected to represent Tennessee’s 5th and 6th Districts in the United States House of Representatives, 1837 to 1843, and 1866 until his death in 1867.
State Court Judge in 1847
Tennessee Governor from 1851 to 1853

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