the Memory of
Native of Scotland and a Resident
the United State 43 Years
Who died at Nashville the 1st May
1833 in the 63rd Year of his Age.
The Citizens of Nashville have erected this
His loss will be long and severely felt
and his place will not be soon or eas-
ily supplied. Always first and best
ever work and philanthropy and bene-
ficence. To do good to his fellow men
entirely forgetful of himself seemed
be the great object of his life.
the dungeon of the forsaken pris-
oner, at the bedside of the wretched
and friendless, and in the abode of
poverty and distress, was he almost
imitation of the example of
His Divine Master, he literally
went about doing good.
personal sacrifice was too great
for him to make when the calls
benevolence demanded it.
was not only willing but active
and efficient in every work of charity
and disinterested beneficence. Such a
man is among the wonders of the age, a
blessing to any community, and his
memory should be embalmed in the
grateful recollections of his
contemporaries and preserved for the
gratitude and veneration of posterity.
1908 Plat: D. Robertson Died 1833
Section 28 NE Lot 57
Smith 1908 & Garrett: Same as Recorded 2005
except neither source listed the Epitaph