|off Livingston Road|
|Cemetery notes and/or description:|
Located on the north bank of the Holston River, the dividing line between Grainger and Hamblen Counties, Livingston Cemetery and its 96 graves were not affected by the creation of Cherokee Lake in 1941, except for TVA's having to build a new road to access the cemetery. However, as a reinterrment cemetery, Livingston tripled in size as 203 graves from other flooded cemeteries were removed by TVA to Livingston Cemetery, most of them unidentified graves from McAnally Cemetery in Grainger County and Cocke Cemetery in Hawkins County. The marked graves in Livingston Cemetery include many early, prominent names of this area of Grainger County, but the cemetery is wooded with much undergrowth, and it suffers from neglect and nature.