McKOY CEMETERY
Wake County, North Carolina

Submitted by Shirley & Gordon Olson


Located on Stone Home Lane, off of Old Stage Rd., (SR 1006) approx. 1 mile N. of 1010 Rd., in the Garner area. 35 40 38 N 07839 76 W Directions from Raleigh: Take Hwy. 401 S. (Fayetteville Rd.) about 12 miles south to the traffic light at the intersection of 1010 Rd. and 401 S. Turn left (east) on to 1010 Rd. and go about 2 miles to the traffic light at the intersection of 1010 Rd. and Old Stage Rd., (SR 1006). A sign designates this as Williams Crossroads. Turn left (north) on Old Stage Rd., and about 1 mile up the road turn right, (east side) onto Stone Home Lane. Stay on this road until it becomes gravel road, continue to the cemetery on your left at a crook in the road, altogether about of a mile.



Barnett, Artice G., b. 1921, d. 1970
DeVane, Willie P., b. 22 Apr 1884, d. 8 Mar 1959
DeVane, Nancy Mc, b. 13 May 1886, d. 5 Feb 1969
DeVane, Carl Elrod,b. 1 Jan 1915, d. 5 Feb 2000
DeVane, Wade Edgar, 24 Sep 1910, d. 30 May 1991, PFC US Army WWII
McCoy, Andrew, b. 28 Feb 1852, d. 19 Aug 1921
McKoy, Hattie W., b. 20 Jul 1883, d. 19 Oct 1964
McKoy, Joseph C., b. 13 Jul 1882, d. 21 Oct 1981
McKoy, Angela Michelle, b. 9 Mar 1956, d. 31 May 1972
McKoy, William Edward, b. 2 Jul 1914, d. 8 Sep 1971
McKoy, Erwin, b. 18 Oct 1915, d. 5 Feb 1916
McKoy Andrew, b. 28 Feb 1852, d. 19 Aug 1921, Mason
McKoy, Sarah, b. 12 Sep 1856, d. 21 Sep 1953, Eastern Star
McKoy, Eli, b. 13 Sep 1893, d. 6 Oct 1961, NC PFC US Army WWI
McKoy, Frederick Owen, b. 1 Nov 1895, d. 23 Jun 1943, PFC US Army WWI
Wiggs, Ronald Elmer, b. 8 Jun 1952, d. 10 Dec 1997
Wiggs, Elmer O., b. 1919, d.1976


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