The Evans family cemetery on Evans Mtn. near the homeplace can only be reached on foot or by four-wheel drive. It's so hard to reach during the majority of the year that it would be very difficult to maintain the grounds properly. It would be nice if that was possible and if it was easier to reach than it is. There's been some logging on the mountain, but I don't think the cemetery is in danger. Descendants who live on Little Clear Creek near the old Fuson Settlement still hunt and go up in there, so they keep up w/ what the loggers are doing and how the cemetery, Kettle Rock, and other homeplace remains are being affected. The county road dept. has put in a culvert near the bottom near Oatie Evans's old cabin, and access from the Little Clear Creek side is improved, but once you get up in there it's very rough.
It would be nice to have the gravestones transcribed and posted w/ the other Bell county cemeteries on Richard Matthews's website. Of course, there are several stones that are unmarked, but John & Sarah Haynes Evans are said to be buried there. The largest stone belongs to Rev. Robin G. Evans, whom H.H. Fuson describes as one of the best Baptist preachers ever in Bell county.