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Sylvan Hall Cemetery

The Philips' Sylvan Hall Cemetery received it's first body sometime soon after the death of Rebecca, the daughter of Joseph Philips and his wife Milbrey Horn.  She was born on 16 April 1790 in Edgecombe County NC and made the trip from NC to TN with her parents.  She died in July of 1792 at two years of age.  Joseph didn't sign the purchase agreement to buy the 640 acres where she is buried until 21 December 1792, six months after she died.  So, it's not clear when she was buried there, but she is likely the first of the family buried in the cemetery.

 
If you would like to be included in the list of persons who desire to either directly participate in the restoration and on-going maintenance of Sylvan Hall Cemetery or are willing to contribute to restoration and/or the maintenance or perpetual maintenance, or provide support of some kind for the, send your name, email address, and telephone number to feldhaus@comcast.net and I will add your name to the list of "Friends of Philips' Sylvan Hall Cemetery" and contact you when your help is needed.

The Philips Sylvan Hall Cemetery is located at 36.2650079, -86.7611322011014.  Enter these coordinates into Google Maps and view the location on a Google Map.

Tennessee Code:  Title 46, Chapter 1, Part 3, Section46-1-313  Trespass on or injury to cemetery property.
 

(a) No person shall willfully destroy, deface, or injure any monument, tomb, gravestone, or other structure placed in the cemetery, or any roadway, walk, fence or enclosure in or around the cemetery, or injure any tree, plant or shrub, or hunt or shoot, play at any game or amusement, or loiter for lascivious or lewd purposes in the cemetery, or interfere, by words or actions, with any funeral procession or any religious exercises.

(b) (1) A violation of this section is a Class E felony.

Click on this link to open a new page of photographs taken January 13, 2011 after weeds and brush were cleaned from Sylvan Hall Cemetery.

Link to the Davidson County Cemetery Survey Web Site.

On 2 March 2010 I visited the Sylvan Hall cemetery and took the video below showing the condition of the cemetery and wall around it.  All in all, it's not in bad shape for a cemetery that has been in existence for around 200 years.  However it does need tending to.  At the least, the small trees and shrubs growing inside the wall need to be cut.  Even better would be a complete restoration of all of the headstones to the condition it was in in the photos above.
 
The wall itself appears to be in reasonably good condition with only one of the cap-stones being slightly out  of place.  A large oak tree that stood on the south west corner outside the wall fell last year causing only minor damage and it has been removed.
 
Click the "play" button in the screen below to view the video.

The Sylvan Hall Cemetery is located on a hill in a residential neighborhood off of Dickerson Pike just south of Old Hickory Blvd.  The yellow line between Dickerson Pike and the house represents the location of the original entrance to the house.  The cemetery is the burial place of many of the family of Joseph and Milbry Philips as well as several of the family of Eliaha and Sarah Williams and Josiah and Margaret Williams.

The following two maps are Davidson County tax maps.  The first map shows the location of Joseph Philips' home and cemetery.  The second map shows just the location of the cemetery.

The next two pictures show the Philips' Sylvan Hall Cemetery as viewed from the air.

I've pulled together a document which groups all of the available information that has been published about each of the grave markers in the Sylvan Hall Cemetery along with birth and death and relationship information on each of the individuals included in the document.  It includes my best interpretation of the information on each headstone based on available information.

<Sylvan Hall Inscriptions

The following came from Frances Martin, the wife of James Roderick (Rod) Martin, a descendant of Martha (Patsy) Philips and her husband, Thomas Martin, a doctor from Louisiana who was of Irish descent. Martha Patsy Philips was the daughter of Joseph Philips, Jr., and Milberry Horn.

In Joseph Philips’s Will, as part of Item 4 William D. Philips is given "the land on which I now live, together with all that I purchased…" and as the last sentence of Item 4 "I will and order such sum as may be necessary in the opinion of my executors, be by them expended in enclosing the family graveyard." Perhaps that is the reason a "substantial rock wall" still surrounds the cemetery. --From a photocopy from microfilm of the will of Joseph Philips, Deceased. Recorded September 3, 1822, in Will Book #8 1821-1826 of Davidson County, TN. Unfortunately I got this copy before realizing that I needed to record the source of the microfilm. I think I made the copy from records in Clayton Library in Houston where they have a lot of microfilm of Davidson County TN records.

An unusually substantial wall was built around the family graveyard, after the death of Joseph Philips. The wall is about three feet in height by three feet in thickness and was constructed by the Philips slaves, no doubt, from slabs of native limestone taken from one of the neighboring quarries.

Several large trees just outside the wall, possibly slanted as young saplings over a hundred years ago, shade the gravestones now in the summer. The graveyard is located on the very crest of a hill rising several hundred yards behind the brick homestead and outhouses, and overlooks the gently rolling, rich fields below and a cheerful brook that flows not far from the house—a pleasant retreat for the shade of the old pioneer from the Carolinas and his descendants, and a gentle reminder to the passing traffic on the paved highway at the foot of the hill, that time is indeed fleeting, and that he who would leave evidence of his having lived for oncoming generations to observe must choose wisely and build exceedingly well.

Milberry Horn Philips, mother of nine children, was left a widow, on May 22, 1822. Three of the children having died before the death of their father, Milberry remained with her only surviving son, William Duncan Philips, and lived at the homestead where she had first started her life in Tennessee;

‘Sylvan Hall’ is six miles from Nashville on the beautiful Dickerson Pike. Milberry died in her 87th year, and is buried by the side of her husband in the graveyard where he had been put to rest twenty-nine years before."

--From "A Brief Sketch of the BATTLE, PHILIPS, WILLIAMS Families in Tennessee," compiled by Katherine Waits Ewing…1933.

(This I found on microfilm in the McIver Collection at the Tennessee State Archives. One of Martha "Patsy" Philips Martin’s daughters married a McIver and her descendants gave many documents, enough to fill three rolls of microfilm, to the Archives. The original copy of Martha Philips Martin’s memoirs is there along with copies of letters to and from relatives. I purchased copies of all three microfilms so I could have them here in Texas to study.)

The microfilm is #1241 and consists of three reels of 35 mm film.

From the Tennessee Records, Tombstone Inscriptions and Manuscripts, Historical and Biographical, Volume 1, by Jeannette T. Acklen, Nasvhille, 1931. 

GRAVEYARD OF “SYLVAN HALL”

 

Inscriptions on stones in the graveyard of “Sylvan Hall,” home of Captain Joseph Philips who fought in North Carolina during the Revolution. The farm is located on the Dickerson Pike, six miles north of Nashville, Tennessee

 

Joseph Philips, Oct. 31, 1763-May 22, ­1822; born in North Carolina and settIed on this place in 1791.

 

Milbiry Philips, wife of J. Philips, Dec. 4, 1764-Dec. 19, 1851; born in 859.

North Carolina and settled on this place in 1791.

 

William D. Philips, son of Joseph and Milbiry Philips, born on this farm, April 19, 1804; died where he was born and lived, June 15, 1879.

 

Eliza Dwyer, wife of William D. Philips, daughter of Daniel and Bridget Dwyer, born at Roscrea, Tipperary County Ireland, Aug. 3, 1801; died May 10 1871.

 

Margaret Thomas, wife of Josiah F. Williams, daughter of Joseph and Milbrey  Philips, Sept. 30, 1799-1844.             

 

                                To the memory of Josiah F. Williams; this monument is erected by his children ; he was born on the 2nd day of Feb., 1780, and died on the 29th day of Nov., 1851. His life was characterized by inflexible honesty, sterling ------ the most unpretending -------

 

Sally Philips, Aug. 1, 1783 – Jan. 10, 1859

 

Wm. Williams and Sally Philips married Feb. 11, 1807. 

 

Wm. Williams, April 15, 1776 – Mar. 6, 1872  

 

In memory of Charlotte Philips, who died July 23, 1811, in the 16th year of her age.

 

Henry Williams, a moral and intelli­gent youth, May .3, 1814-July 14, 1826.

 

Elisha Williams; died, Aug. 17, 1811; age. 62 years. Married Mar. 25, 1775, and had six children:  William, Betsey, Joshua, Elisha, Josiah, Martha.

 

Sacred to the memory of Eliza N., daughter of Wm. Williams, wife of Evander Mclver, departed this life Mar. 28, 1826, in the 19th year of her age.

 

Mary, daughter of William and Sarah Williams, and wife of Robert M. Por­ter; born, Oct. 26, 1816; married, Dec. 4, 1838; died, Mar. 21, 1839.

 

Martha H. Williams, Nov. 29, 1809 - Nov. 3, 1833.

 

Robert, infant son of J. F. and M. T. Williams.

 

Evander Mclver Williams, May 25, 1829-Dec. 27, 1855.

 

David D., son of J. F. and M. T. Wil­liams, Jan. 11, 1829-Feb. 17, 1829.

 

William, son of Wm. D. and Eliza Philips, Sept. 3, 1846 - July 11, 1862.

 

Father—William P. Harding.

 

Mother—Milberry C. Philips.

 

Sarah, infant child of Win. D. and ----- .

 

Joseph Philips, who died July, 1823; age, 6 months.

 

Beneath this inscription lies the unfor­tunate Joseph John Sumner who was born Aug. 14, 1780, and perished in the Gulf of Mexico on the morning of Dec. 28, 1813.  Oh! Gulf of Mexico, why hast thou thus deprived us of this our most affectionate friend. As the ---— of spring fadeth away the leaves, etc., etc.

 

William Henry Sumner, son of the above, Sept. 24, 1813 - June 30, 1816.

Not sure what the source of the following information is but I think It was compiled about 2000. 

PHILIPS’ CEMETERY at SYLVAN HALL

 

WILLIAMS, Evander M.

”EVANDER McIVER/WILLIAMS Born/May 25, 1829/Died/Dec. 27, 1855/Rev. XIV13.”

 

Short column without inscription.  Apparently moved from original position.

 

PORTER, Mary _______

“MARY/daughter of/WILLIAM & SARAH WILLIAMS/and wife of/ROBERT M. PORTER /born/October 26, 1816/married December 4, 1838/died March 21, 1839/Hon­orable age is not that which standeth in/ (illegible) of time nor that is measured by number/(illegible) wisdom is the gray hair unto/(illegible) un­spotted life is old age./(illegible) die in the Lord.” (Stone is down and bottom broken of 1.)

 

WILLIAMS, Martha H.

”MARTHA H. WILLIAMS/was born 29 Nov.1809/died 3rd Nov. 1833.” (Footstone:“M.H.W.”)

 

WILLIAMS,...Henry

“HENRY WILLIAM S/A moral & intelligent youth/was born 3rd May 1814/Died 14th July 1826/Dominus Deus reginat.”

 

Stone down on inscription side and too heavy to lift to read.

 

Stone down - no legible inscription.

 

WILLIAMS, J. P.

“J. P. WILLIAMS/Born Feb. 15, 1824/Died Apr. 14, 1846.”

 

WILLIAMS, William

Philips, Sally P.

 “(On one side) Wm WILLIAMS/Born/Apr. 15, 1776/Died/Mar. 6, 18(62 or 72)!(on one side) SALLY PHILIPS/Born Aug.1, 178(3?)/Died/Jan. 19, 18(59?)/(on one side) Wm //WILLIAMS/and/SALLY PHILIPS/married/Feb. 11, 1807.” (This large monument composed of several sections has fallen.)

 

Medium tall spire which has fallen on inscription side and was too heavy to left to read.

 

HARDIN, Wm. P. )

“Wm P. HARDING/and wife/MILBRYC. PHIL­IPS.

 

Tombstone down and broken

”Beneath this slab (rest of long inscription is illegible).”

 

Tombstone fallen with no legible inscription.

 

Slab without inscription - part of box tomb.

 

Slab without inscription — part of box tomb.

 

Broken part of tombstone without inscription.

 

Tombstone broken and leaning against stone #19. The only legible word of inscription is “Sleeps.. .“

 

WILLIAMS,David

“DAVID L./son of/J. (F?) & M. I. /WIL­LIAMS/born Jany 11th, 1829/died Feb. 17, 1829.” (Footstone: “D L W”)

 

HARDIN, William P.

“Father/WILLIAM P. HARDING/Mother/ Milberry C.) MILBERRY C. PHILIPS.”

 

PHILIPS, William

“WILLIAM/son of/Wm. D. & ELIZA/PHILIPS/born/Sept. 3, 1846/Died/July 11, 1862.” (Footstone: “W P”)

 

Footstone without inscription.

 

PHILIPS, Joseph

Milbiry

“JOSEPHPH PHILIPS/Born/Oct. 21, 1763/ Milbiry) Died/May 22, 1822/MILBIRY PHILIPS/wife of J. PHILIPS/Born/Dec. 4, 1764 /Died Dec. 19, 1851/Born in N. C./& settled on this place in 1791.”(large thick slab)

 

PHILIPS, William D.

“WILLIAM D. PHILIPS/son of/JOSEPH & Eliza D. )            MILBERRY PHILIPS/Born on this farm/ (June?) (10?) 1804 Died where he was born & lived June 15, 1879/ELIZA DWYER /wife of/WILLIAM D. PHILIPS/daughter of/DANIEL & BRIDGET DWYER/Born at Ros­crea Tipperary Co. Ireland/Aug. 3, 1801/Died May 10, 1871.” (large thick slab with cross on top and inscription on the side)

 

Slab without inscription - part of box tomb.

 

SUMNER, Joseph J.

“(Beneath?) this inscription lies the William H.) unfortunate/JOSEPH JOHN SUMNER/who was born August the 14th, 17(8?)0 and perished in the Gulf of Mexico/on the morning of the 28th of December 1813/ Oh! Gulf.of Mexico, why has thou thus /deprived us of this our most affecionate/friend/as the herbace of spring fadeth away./The eaves of Autumn wit­her and die/so has thou in like anner /cut short our hopes and blasted our/ expectations in the death of this wor­thy man./WILLIAM HENRY/SUMNER/son of the above was born  William H.) September/the 24th 1813 and died June the 30th 1816/My little babe close to my (left?) doth he/Entombd without a mournful sigh: Thus may you living Mortal see:/that all men were born to die.” (large slab which has fallen)

 

SUMNER, John H.

“Beneath this slab rest the remains/of/JOHN HUDSON SUMNER/Born November 4th, 1811:/Died June 22nd, 1837/He was a kind son and affectionate/brother strictly moral through life/but in death his whole reliance was/on the merit of Him who came into/this world to seek and to save/Adam’s fallen race./Disturb not this grave if you respect the/last wish of the virtuous dead.”

 

Side of a box tomb.

 

Side of a box tomb.

 

Broken top of a small monument.

Note: From information compiled by Christine (Paradise) Sumner, wife of William Parks Sumner Jr. and mother of Ann Elizabeth (Sumner) Shook and John William Sumner.

Joseph John Sumner's remains were brought home to Nashville and buried at "Sylvan Hall" the home of Captain Joseph Philips, Revolutionary soldier. The farm is located on Dickerson Pike, 6 miles north of Nashville, Tennessee. His tombstone reads:

"Beneath this inscription lies the unfortunate Joseph John Sumner who was born August 14, 1780 and perished in the Gulf of Mexico on the Morning of December 28, 1813 ...."

Buried beside him is a son, William Henry Sumner, September 24, 1813, June 30, 1816.

Other inscriptions found in this old cemetery are:

Joseph Philips (spelled with two l's), October 31, 1763, May 22, 1822, born in North Carolina and settled on this place in 1791.

Milbiry (Horn) Philips, wife of J. Philips, December 4, 1764, December 19, 1851, born in North Carolina and settled on this place in 1791.

William D. Philips, son of Joseph and Milbiry Philips, born on this farm April 19, 1804, died where he was born and lived, June 15, 1879.

Eliza Dryer, wife of William D. Philips, daughter of Daniel and Bridget Dryer, born at Roscrea, Tipperary County, Ireland, August 3, 1801, died May 10, 1871.

Margaret Thomas, wife of Josiah F. "Williams, and daughter of Joseph and Milbrey Philips, September 30, 1799-1844.

To the Memory of Josiah F. Williams, this monument is erected by his children, he was born on the 2nd day of February, 1780 and died on the 29th day of November, 1851. His life was characterized by inflexible honesty, sterling , the most unpretending , etc.

Sally Philips, August 1, 1783, January 19, 1859, William Williams and Sally Philips married February 11, l807.

William Williams, April 15, 1776, March 6, 1872.In Memory of Charlotte Philips, who died July 23, 1811 in the 16th year of her age.

Henry Williams, a moral and intelligent youth, l May 3, 1814, July 14, 1826

Elisha Williams died August 17, 1811, age 72 years, married March 25, 17?5 and had 6 children, William, Betsey, Joshua, Elisha, Josiah, Martha>

Sacred to the Memory of Eliza N., daughter of William Williams, wife of Evander McIver, departed this life March 28, 1826, in the 19th year of her age. (Evander is mentioned in the old collection of Sumner letters owned by the late Emmett Sumner).Mary, daughter of William and Sarah (Sally) Williams and wife of Robert M. Porter, born October 26, 1816, married December 4, 1838, died March 21, 1839.

Martha H. Williams, November 29, 1809, November 3, 1833.Robert, infant son of J. F. and M. T. WilliamsEvander McIver Williams, May 5, 1829, December 27, 1855David D., son of J. F. and M. t. Williams, January 11, 1829, February 17, 1829

William, son of William D. and Eliza Philips, September 3, 1846, July 11, 1862 "Father" William P. Harding"Mother" Milberry C. Philips (It is interesting how many different ways this name is spelled all in the same family)

Sarah, infant child of William D. and Eliza Philips who died July 1823, age 6 months.

SYLVAN HALL (PHILIPS) CEMETERY

NASHVILLE, DAVIDSON COUNTY, TN, OXBOW DRIVE

Davidson County Cemetery Survey Web Site

September 24, 2001

18 TOMBSTONE INSCRIPTIONS

 

 

WILLIAMS

Front inscription: WM. WILLIAMS/ BORN/ APR. 15, 1776/ DIED/ MAR. 6, 1862

Side inscription: SALLY PHILIPS/ BORN/ AUG 1 17 83?/ DIED/ JAN 19, 18 59?

Side inscription: WM. WILLIAMS/ AND/ SALLY PHILIPS/ MARRIED/ FEB 11, 1807

 

WILLIAMS Born: 1824 Died: 1846

Front inscription: J. P. WILLIAMS/ BORN FEB. 16 1824/ DIED APR. 14, 1846

 

WILLIAMS Born: 1814 Died: 1826

Front inscription: HENRY WILLIAMS/ A MORAL &/ INTELLIGENT YOUTH/ WAS BORN 3RD MAY 1814/ DIED 14TH JULY 1826/ DOMINUS DEUS REGINAT

 

WILLIAMS Born: 1809 Died: 1833

Front inscription: MARTHA H. WILLIAMS/ WAS BORN 29 NOV. 1809/ &/ DIED 3RD NOV. 1833.

 

PORTER Born: 1816 Died: 1839

Front inscription: MARY/ DAUGHTER OF/ WILLIAM & SARAH WILLIAMS/ AND WIFE OF/ ROBERT M. PORTER/ BORN OCTOBER 26, 1816/ MARRIED DECEMBER 4, 1838/ DIED MARCH 21, 1839/ HONORABLE AGE IS NOT THAT WHICH STANDETH IN/ (ILLEGIBLE) OF TIME NOR THAT IS MEASURED BY NUMBER/ (ILLEGIBLE) WISDOM IS THE GRAY HAIR UNTO/ (ILLEGIBLE) UNSPOTTED LIFE IS OLD AGE. (ILLEGIBLE) DIE IN THE LORD.

 

PHILIPS?

Front inscription: ONLY LEGIBLE WORD OF INSCRIPTION IS SLEEPS

  

WILLIAMS Born: 1829 Died: 1855

Front inscription: EVANDER MCIVER/ WILLIAMS/ BORN/ MAY 25, 1829/ DIED/ DEC. 27, 1855/ REV. XIV 13

 

WILLIAMS Born: 1822 Died: 1829

Front inscription: DAVID L. SON/ PF J. F. & M. T./ WILLIAMS/ BORN JANY 11TH, 1822/ DIED FEBY 17TH 1829

 

PHILIPS?

Front inscription: BENEATH THIS SLAB AFFECTIONS (ILLEGIBLE) PAID/ BELOVED ELIZA'S DEAR REMAINS ARE LAID/ LET DAISES GROW AROUND THE SPOT HE FOUND/ AND FRESHEST (ILLEGIBLE) DECK THE SACRED GROUND/ AH WHAT AVAILS IN THAT KIND

FRIEND ARE (ILLEGIBLE) OR WHAT AVAILS THE SYMPATHETIC TEAR/ COULD FRIENDLY (ILLEGIBLE) THE PHYSICIAN (ILLEGIBLE) 3 MORE ILLEGIBLE LINES

 

HARDING

Front inscription: WM P. HARDING/ AND WIFE/ MILBRY C. PHILIPS

 

HARDING

Front inscription: FATHER/ WILLIAM P. HARDING/ MOTHER/ MILBERRY C. PHILIPS

 

PHILIPS Born: 1846 Died: 1862

Front inscription: WILLIAM/ SON OF/ WM D. & ELIZA/ PHILIPS/ BORN SEPT 3, 1846/ DIED/ JULY 11, 1862

 

PHILIPS

Front inscription: IN MEMORY/ OF/ CHARLOTTE PHILIPS/ WHO DIED JULY 23, 1811?/ IN THE 16TH YEAR OF HER/ AGE

 

PHILIPS Died: 1823

Front inscription: JOSEPH PHILIPS/ WHO DIED JULY 1823/ AGED 6 MONTHS

 

SUMNER Born: 1811

Front inscription: JOHN HUDSON SUMNER/ BORN NOVEMBER 18?, 1811/ DIED JUNE 22? 1817? 10 ILLEGIBLE LINES

 

SUMNER

Front inscription: (BENEATH?) THIS INSCRIPTION LIES THE UNFORTUNATE/ JOSEPH JOHN SUMNER/ WHO WAS BORN AUGUST THE 14TH, 17(8?)0 AND PERISHED IN THE GULF OF MEXICO/ ON THE MORNING OF THE 28TH OF DECEMBER 1813/ OH! GULF OF MEXICO, WHY HAS THOU THUS/ DEPRIVED US OF THIS OUR MOST AFFECTIONATE/ FRIEND/ AS THE HERBACE OF SPRING FADETH AWAY,/ THE LEAVES OF AUTUMN WITHER AND DIE/ SO HAS THOU IN LIKE MANNER/ CUT SHORT OUR HOPES AND BLASTED OUR/ EXPECTATIONS IN THE DEATH OF THIS WORTHY MAN./WILLIAM HENRY/ SUMNER/ SON OF/ THE ABOVE, SEPT. 24, 1813-JUNE 30, 1816

PHILIPS
Front inscription: JOS. PHILIPS/ BORN/ OCT. 31, 1763/ DIED/ MAY 22, 1822./MILBIRY PHILIPS/ WIFE OF J. PHILIPS/ BORN/ DEC. 4, 1764/ DIED DEC. 19, 1851/ BORN IN N. C./ & SETTLED ON THIS PLACE 1791

 

PHILIPS

Front inscription: WILLIAM D. PHILIPS,/ SON OF/ JOSEPH & MILBERY PHILIPS/ BORN ON THIS FARM/ JUNE 10 1804/ DIED WHERE HE WAS BORN; LIVED JUNE 15, 1879/ELIZA DWYER/ WIFE OF/ WILLIAM D. PHILIPS/ DAUGHTER OF/DANIEL & BRIDGET DWYER/BORN AT ROSCREA TIPPERARY CO. IRELAND/ AUG. 3, 1801/ DIED NOV. 10, 1871.

The information shown below was drawn by Craig Kelley Adkisson on February 18, 2001 based on an inventory of the Sylvan Hall Cemetery.