|Cemetery notes and/or description:|
Cemetery is located atop a steep hill visible from US 231N and bisected by the Old Fayetteville - Shelbyville stage road. The wheel ruts of the old road are still visible. There are numerous graves marked only by field stones. The Moore family has two areas enclosed by wrought iron fences with 5 burials marked by engraved stones. Another area is covered by cut stones apparently mounded over unidentified grave(s). Other marker burials are scattered over the hilltop. It is believed that several burials are for indigent persons who died in the early 1900s while employed at cotton mills in Fayetteville. Their markers are typically inexpensive concrete containing only their names without dates. Efforts to find markers have been hampered by general disrepair and by numerous Bodock trees which have fallen over the years.