Located on Indian Creek, on the right as you enter the Swope Farm from Co. Rt. 12-4. One must be looking for it to spot it, however it is easily seen on the way out of the farm. It is a strange cemetery, wrapped around the mountain with unplanned placements, totally shaded by tall, old trees.
|BEVERLY, Doc William||16 May 1903||20 Aug 1944||"Christ loved him & took him."|
|HENSLEY, Alice L. Beverly||1882||1958|
|BEVERLY, Anderson||30 Apr 1872||5 Mar 1920|
|GREEN, James E.||1952||1952|
|SHORT, Orvile Ray||21 Sep 1943||15 Jul 1944|
|SHORT, Herby, Jr.||14 Jul 1939||1 Oct 1940|
|SHORT, Gloria Ann||1 Mar 1936||3 Sep 1936|
|SHORT, Herbert (Ronny)||5 Oct 1911||10 May 1968||Single monument replaced w/dbl.|
|SHORT, Delcie Trent||7 Jun 1915||3 Jun 1993||Wife of H.S.|
|JACKSON, Amanda||13 Dec 1869||28 Jan 1894|
|SHANNON, Ellen||Apr 1872||7 Apr 1893|
|LUSK, Reece T.||7 Nov 1885||4 Oct 1880|
|RAMEY, Avaline||21 Mar 1839||25 Oct 1888||Limestone markers, but this one was expertly engraved.|
Recorded by Peggy L. Blackburn with Debbye Allen Miller. 14 September 1998.