Directions: From Hopkinsville at the intersection of 107N at E. 7th street-travel N on 107N  approximately 14.5 miles. Turn left at Red Bridge and go 4 miles. The cemetery is located in a field on the left side of the road. The cemetery is surrounded by a chain link fence which is not locked.

Georgie Wilson Lee
January 19, 1888
January 13, 1931
(Daughter of Silas Huston Davis and Alice Lee Moore Davis)

Zonie Lee
Woodmen of the World
February 22, 1882
November 14, 1918
(Husband of Georgie Wilson Moore)

Samuel Clyde Davis
April 13, 1894
September 4, 1914
(Son of Silas Huston Davis and Alice Lee Moore)
We loved him yes
We loved him but angels loved him more
And they have sweetly called him to you
Dor? Shining shore

Cladie Opal Davis
January 20, 1915
February 13, 1919
(Daughter of Silas Huston Davis and Alice Lee Moore Davis)
(Died in flu epidemic)

Charles Cook
Born and died December 17, 1911
(Child of Charles Ethel Cook and Eula Davis Cook)

Winfield Chester Davis
August 3, 1905
November 12, 1905
(Son of Silas Huston Davis and Alice Lee Moore Davis)

Lola M. Manahan
July 10, 1910
July 19, 1910

Kernel Davis
November 29, 1892
February 29, 1893
(Son of Silas Huston Davis and Alice Lee Moore Davis)

John H. (Haywood Moore)
April 4, 1828 or 1829
October 17, 1880
Mary B (Black Arnold Moore)
January 26, 1844
October 22, 1920


Nathren Putty is supposed to be buried here. 
He  was born and died August 8, 1913.
(Son of George Putty and Nora Davis Putty and grandson of Samuel Wilson Davis and Arsula  Moore Davis)

There are several base portions of tombstones.

There are 5  flat markers approximately 18 by 24 inches. They appear to be poured concrete with the following names handwritten in the cement.

George Dickinson
Fannie Dickinson
Ada W. Dickinson
Huston Dickinson
In the 1880 Census there is a Dickinson family listed with 3 of these names, George, Fannie and Houston Dickinson. The census  lists James F. Dickinson as a son of George and Fannie Dickinson. I believe George and Fannie Dickinson are the parents of James F. Dickinson. Houston is the son of George and Fannie Dickinson.  James Dickinson married Forrest Louisa Moore.
It is said that Maggie and Odis Cook have 2 children buried in this cemetery. No markers found.

Submitted by ©Joan McCarty
 and Jimmy Lee

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