December 3, 1910 - March 25, 1985
A.C. Pullias, was
at one time one of the most powerful men in the state of Tennessee. He was
president of David Lipscomb College (now University) for many years. Some have
said that his influence was so widespread that if he had chosen, he could have
been elected governor of the state of Tennessee. He was a gospel preacher for
many years and beloved by
all who knew him.
Cemetery, Nashville, Tennessee, is located behind the 100 Oaks Shopping Center
that faces I-65 just south of the I-440 Interchange. From 100 Oaks travel east
on Thompson Lane and turn right at the first entrance to Woodlawn's South Side
Park (across from main part of cemetery). Take the first left and road bears
around to the right. You will pass the first intersection, then Graceland on
your right. Look for the next section to the right, Terrace Garden, and head
toward the middle of the section. Looking to the south you will see two
hedgerows with a birdbath between the sections. Centering youself with the
birdbath, count back north from the hedgerows ten rows and look to your right to
find the grave.
GPS: N 36º 06'
33.0" x WO 86º 45' 38.3"
Accuracy To Within 17 ft
Grave Marker Faces Toward The North
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