To get to this cemetery, take Hwy. 276 down Jonathan's Creek toward
I-40 and Tennessee.
Take Joe Carver Road which turns off to the left beside the old Rock
Hill School (now the Good Samaritan Baptist Church) approximately 1
The cemetery is on the right off of Joe Carver Road marked only by a
very small sign which says "cemeteries."
Going through the gate and to the top of the hill, this cemetery
will be on your left. It is beautifully maintained and surrounded by
a chainlink fence. There are a few places which appear to be graves
but have no markers of any kind. I am not recording those.
This cemetery contains 13 identifiable graves and 15 which cannot
The cemetery is inside a pasture, so any visitors should be very
careful to close all gates securely.
Starting at the back of the cemetery and moving left to right:
David C. Carver
Christopher & Elizabeth Whisenhunt Carver
Bronze plaque attached to a fieldstone
Helen May Carver
Joe & Macy Carver
born & died
Mary C. Carver
S.L.J. & M.A. Carver
Juanita H. Carver children: Larry, Robert, Betty, Frances
PFC US Army
Large Granite marker
no names, no dates
possibly the name of the cemetery
Macy Carver married: 12-19-1926
6-20-1912 children: Lawrence, Helen, Silas, Magalene, Loyd
N.W. & M.E. Carver
born & died