History of the Restoration Movement


James C. Anderson


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Christian Preacher

One Of The Earliest Converts Of B.F. Hall, Preacher In South Central Tennessee

Labors Of B.F. Hall

- Under The Title: Notice Of Evangelical Labors Of Brother B.F. Hall, Ky. The statement above refers to Hall's trip to Jackson County, Alabama in the summer and fall of 1826. Notice the quote above where Jas. C. Anderson relates his conversion. Only weeks later he was instrumental in the baptism of Tolbert Fanning. -Millennial Harbinger, Vol. VII, No. 11, November, 1843 - page 514

Directions To The Grave Of James C. Anderson

J.C. Anderson is buried in Andrews/Beech Cemetery. Coming south from Nashville on Hwy. 43 take a right on Beech Croft Rd. (north of Spring Hill). Go 3.4 miles and the cemetery will be on your right. Go through the little stone fence on the west side of the cemetery. Walk into the cemetery no more than 50 feet. Look back down close to the road, to the tall obelisk monument. This is the location of the grave. Buried in the same plot is his son, and Gospel Preacher, William Anderson. GPS Location of grave: 35°45'10.7"N 86°59'28.3"W / or D.d. 35.752959,-86.991182

James C. Anderson
Of The Gospel Of
Jesus Christ
Who After Giving
Most Of His Time
For Thirty Years To
Proclamation Of The
Truth As It Is Written
In The Bible, Fell
Asleep In Jesus, In The
Presence Of His Family
& Many Friends
Sept. 12, 1857
Born, Dec. 1802
Jan. 29, 1844
Died Sept 12, 1844
Died Sept. 12th

Grandson & Daughter In Law Of J.C. Anderson

**Note: Special Thanks are extended to C. Wayne Kilpatrick for providing the pictures and grave location of James C. Anderson. In May, 2010, Scott Harp, C. Wayne Kilpatrick, and Tom L. Childers took a one-day tour of Central Tennessee. While near Spring Hill, we visited the Alexander Cemetery and visited the graves of the Anderson Family.

Webpage produced 04.03.2016
Photos taken 03.19.2016

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