Spring Hill Cemetery

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Spring Hill Cemetery is a cemetery located at 5110 Gallatin Pike South in the Nashville, Tennessee neighborhood of Madison, Tennessee.

Prior to the establishment of the cemetery, the Davidson Academy (a precursor to the University of Nashville) was located in a stone house at this location.[1]

In addition to two British Royal Air Force veterans of World War II[2] and circus performer Ella Harper,[3] the cemetery is the final resting place for numerous notable music performers including the following:


  1. ^ A.L.C. (November 1965). "The Continuity of a College". Peabody Journal of Education. 43 (3): 129–132. JSTOR 1491085. (Registration required (help)). 
  2. ^ [1] CWGC Cemetery Report. Details obtained from casualty record.
  3. ^ "Finding Ella (my search for The Camel Girl)". 18 April 2015. Retrieved 13 May 2015. 

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Coordinates: 36°14′23″N 86°43′14″W / 36.2398°N 86.7205°W / 36.2398; -86.7205