This small cemetery is partially surrounded by a
fence in deep woods and covered by heavy
underbrush. It appears to have been a family cemetery in the early 20th Century.
Location: Travel 1.5 miles from the Polk County Courthouse in
downtown Livingston on U. S.
Highway 59 South. On the right side of Highway 59 facing West the cemetery can be found
half way in the woods between Highway 59 and the railroad tracks. The land area is unfenced.
Dennis, Willie, born Sep 2, 1895 died
Oct 26, 1918
(upright white marble marker)
Magness, Garriline, died Jul 5, 1928
(upright gray granite heart-shaped marker)
Three small upright white marble markers with no inscriptions on them.
Note: Due to the difficulty of the low thick underbrush
covered with poison ivy, there was no
attempt to cut back the underbrush to probe the ground for other markers that may be covered.
The cemetery is located on private property.
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