Instead of 15 seperate "unknown" entries, I chose to list them together on this page, but with individual gravesite photo's. If I'm ever fortunate enough to identify anyone, I'll create their own memorial page.
1) Sect. 2 - Is near the grave of Carl Teuton and is decorated with flowers and trinkets, but the old metal funeral home marker has lost it's name card.
2) Sect. 2 - It has two metal pipes at the head... and one of them has a Masonic emblem attached to it. There is a planted shrub behind the pipes.
3) Sect. 3 - It only bears a 'Spanish-American War' marker.
4) Sect. 3 - This one is covered by a full-size concrete slab, and is near the graves of Claud & Anna Mullen.
5) Sect. 3 - Old-style above-ground, concrete tomb, and is is near "Krazit" & "Howell" graves.
6) Sect. 3 - Another above-ground, concrete tomb, nearly half of it has broken and collasped in. It is next to the grave listed next.
7) Sect. 3 - This grave appears to have a poured-concrete slab (thin) which has been covered by dirt and grass over the years. The dates and names were hand-written. Unfortunately, the slab is broken where the surname was written. Info as follows: LINNIE GREEN ----ION, B. OCTOBER ?, 1886 and D. JUNE 20, 1932. (See photos #7 & #8)
8) Sect. 3 - Unknown between Corley and Cowart graves. It is marked with a small block of concrete.
9) Sect. 3 - This grave is next to Daniel Edwin Dudley (d. 1942) and bears only an old metal marker from MacKay-Heirs Funeral Home. This person died in the 1930's.
10) Sect. 3 - This grave is marked with a verse stone and old faded flowers. It is near the grave of Clarence Counce.
11) Sect. 3 - This grave is within corner stones which have the letter "H" inscribed, and is near "CRANE" graves. It is decorated with several small artificial flower bouquets.
12) Sect. 3 - This is a flat, bare stone; and is in between the graves of Arthur & Michael Madden in the last row.
13) Sect. 3 - A very old, full-size slab near the grave of Charles Grady Martin, in the last row.
14) Sect. 4 - This grave is marked with a white flower basket and a small cross (Knick-Knack). It is beside the graves of Paul & Gladys Hoy. (Burials in this section only began abt. 15 yrs. ago.)
15) Sect. 4 - A metal, 'Robert's Funeral Home' marker, and a few artificial flowers (stuck in the ground) mark this grave site. No name, or dates.
Please click on "...View all images", at right, for photo's of all these "unknown's". I hope someone recognizes these grave sites and can provide me with the names of those who rest there.
Fort McCoy Cemetery
Created by: Liz
Record added: Apr 24, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 26345030