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An identical marker and one marking the Forks of Little Pigeon Cemetery.
 
The grave of Spencer Clack, mentioned in the marker text image, Touch for more information
By Stanley and Terrie Howard, March 14, 2009
The grave of Spencer Clack, mentioned in the marker text
Tennessee (Sevier County), Sevierville — 1C 14 — Forks of Little Pigeon Church
100 yards N.E. this Baptist Church, established 1789, was reportedly the first of any denomination in Sevier County. Spencer Clack, a Revolutionary veteran, was first church clerk; Richard Wood first pastor until his death in 1831. The . . . — Map (db m17100) HM
Tennessee (Sevier County), Sevierville — Forks of the Little Pigeon Cemetery
This churchyard is one of the oldest Baptist churchyards in Tennessee, (Established in 1789). It is the final resting place for many prominent pioneers. Deeded to the City of Sevierville by The First Baptist Church of Sevierville in 1975. It was . . . — Map (db m17110) HM

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