There was once about 20-30 graves in this cemetery. In the early 1900's the landowner decided that the rocks which marked the graves were in the way of his plowing for a cornfield. So the rocks were removed from the graves and stacked to the side of the field
In January 2006, I visited this site and found large shaped stones in the edge of Lo Fleming Creek. There was no inscription on these rocks. (See pictures of these large shaped stones on the memorials listed in this cemetery for Joel & Rachel Gibson)
This cemetery, which was used in the 1800's, is located in the SW 1/4 of the NE 1/4 of Section 7, Township 13 North, Range 26 West. The location is at the end of a long, narrow field on the east side of Lo Fleming Creek. Several people who lived in the St. Paul area told of this cemetery and remembered between 20 and 30 graves here, however there are no records to show the names of the people buried here.
Madison County Genealogical & Historical Society
GPS Coordinates: 35.80901, -93.79062
- Added: 19 Oct 2016
- Find A Grave Cemetery: #2625629
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