Macon County



The site is located along Hwy 49, south of Marshallville, on the west side of the road. The cemetery is
said to have been covered by a house that was built when the Norris Cattle Company owned the
property. Information from The History of Macon County by Hays and other sources.

Louise J.H. Crocker, consort of W.L.N. Crocker
7 June 1813 21 Novmeber 1845

John Stapler
no dates

Polly Virginia Woolfolk Stapler
no dates

The Staplers were the parents of Louise Crocker.

Dr. William N.L. Crocker is buried in the Walker Lot (No. 15) of Marshallville Cemetery


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