Submitted by Phyllis Slater, from Tri-County Researcher, 1980.
This small cemetery is on the main road leading through the little town and where the Lodge Hall used to be, across from the fire station.
GALLOWAY, Esther - w/o Robert - d 2 Mar. 1852 - 98 yrs
GALLOWAY, Robert - January - This stone so deteriorated it could not be read
GUNN, Nancy - w/o John - d 7 Oct 1872 - 87 yrs
GUNN, Jennet - w/o Benjamin - d 25 Oct 1838 - 65 yrs
GUNN, Benjamin, Sr - d 3 Feb 1855 - 83 yr/10m/15d
TOLAND, William - d 29 Sept ??????
TOLAND, Thomas (maybe a Toland) - d 12 Aug ??? - 32 yrs
TOLAND, Elizabeth - consort of William - d 6 Jun A D 1828 - 50/4/5
McDANIEL, William - d 13 Mar 1834 - 26/3/3
McDANIEL, Jane - w/o William - d 26 Feb 1879 - 76/1/28
McWHORTER, Boyd - d 18 Jun 1837 - 40/1/2
HENDERSON, Cyrus - s/o J & E - d 23 Sept 1856 - 26 yrs
BURT, Thomas - d 12 May 1819 - no age
Four other stones beside the Burt stone that could not be read.
Maranda (Moranda in death record) Gunn died 4 Sep 1885 in Dallas at the age of 84 yrs 7 mos 4 days. She was married to Boyd McWhorter, then Andrew McCain, then --- Gunn, according to an email from Tricia Shumate. Her grave is reportedly in this cemetery and perhaps hers is one of the illegible stones. She was the daughter of Samuel and Sarah, according to her death record, and the surname was Farabee/Furbee. Researchers state that Maranda's mother was Lydia White.