Location: 5 miles NE or Benton, one mile east of McCrosker highway on mountain road.
Established: November 15, 1865 by Moses Parris family at his death on his farm.
Number of graves: 31
Acreage: 1/2 acre
Remarks: Moses Parris married Nancy J. Fagin. He was from South Carolina and is believed she was also a North Carolinian. They owned slaves. Others buried here are: R. B. Stone and wife Mattie, Mary A. Woody, Noah Willliam Poston, W. B. Stone, .Lulu Arter; Clayton Infant; Inf. of M / M Farmer Clayton; Burnett Infant; Granny Conner; Sis Burnett; Hannah Conner; John Duke; John Fagon. Polk County Cemeteries Dickerson, Jeff - died about 1878 Fagon, John - Kanester, Infant -- Key, Arthur - Key, Sue Paris - Manily, Lula - McClure, Mattie Sue - McClure, Walter - Mullnal, Infant - Nix, Larkin - Paris, Moses - March 6, 1788 / November 14, 1865 Paris, Nancy Fagen - September 4, 1804 / January 1903 Paris, Virginia - Pell, Alexander - Pell, Infant - Pell, Marion A. - s/o W. E. & M. J. Pell July 4, 1883 / January 9, 1901 Pell, William - Posten, Brown Posten, William Uriah - 1827 / November 6, 1918 Rogers, Fanny Stone, Cagey - Stone, Caroline - Stone, Jackie Henry - Stone, Johnson - Stone, Lula - Stone, Mintie - May 2, 1861 / September 19, 1899 Stone, Ollie - Stone, R. B. - November 1, 1845 / July 23, 1922 Stone, Sallie - w/o Cagey Stone Stone, Sallie - March 23, 1887 / April 2, Stone, Sis Stone, William - Thurman, Lula Woody, Nan Fagon - April 2, 1844 / June 7, 1925