The Norther portion of the cemetery was used to bury slaves. Stones marking the slaves had either S or initials carved into the stone.
The Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) took a complete inventory of all burials in the 1940s. They did the same for 3 other cemeteries around the village.
Others buried here include William Clendenian Miller and one of his employees Billingsly Stafford who drowned in the Guyan.
Rumors are the cemetery is haunted.