Walnut Hill Cemetery

Directions to the cemetery: From WK Parkway, go North to the Grayson County Courthouse in the center of Leitchfield. Go half way around the courthouse (not 1/4 or 3/4) but halfway around still going North, go 1 block from the courthouse (to the 1st red light) and turn left onto West Walnut St. After about 3/10 mile, cross a RR track, but no more turns. From the railroad track, it's about 1/2 to 7/10 mile (distance is just a guess) and you will see the Walnut Hill Cemetery on the right side of the road.

The cemetery listing and these photos were provided by Edith Bastin    and Woody Crain.

Abbreviations: w/o=wife of; h/o=husband of; s/o=son of; d/o=daughter of; i/o=infant of; b/o=brother of; m/o=mother of; f/o=father of; p/o=parents of; ossw=on same stone with
Given Name
Birth Date
Death Date
Mansfield Louisa Francis mcCrady Polston 15 may 1867 19 Apr 1948 "Mother"; d/o Samuel David McCrady & Sarah E. Booker; 1st husband: William Riley Polston; 2nd husband: James Warren Mansfield photo, photo
Polston Dolla M. 9 Mar 1900 26 Sep 1978 * d/o Louisa Frances McCrady & William Riley Polston photo, photo

* Dolla Polston's obit in the Leitchfield Gazette dated 8 Oct 1978 lists her born 2 Mar 1900. The 1900 Hart Co. KY Census lists her age as 3 and born Feb 1897. The 1910 Fulton County Arkansas Census lists Dolla M. age 13 living w/mother & James W. Mansfield. In the 1920 Howell, Myatt Co. MO Census, she's listed as age 22 and divorced and living with mother and her half-brother Fred.

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