James McAfee Cemetery

This is the site of the Pioneer cemetery of James McAfee and his wife Agnes "Nancy" Clark McAfee.

He was the head of the McAfee Company of 1773 and was the founder of the McAfee Station for whom this area was named.

The cemetery includes many unmarked graves.

One of the first burials here may have been that of Isaac Clunendike, who was killed in an Indian attack while with Samuel McAfee a quarter of a mile from McAfee Station on May 9, 1781. Learn more about James McAfee Station.


James McAfee Cemetery
At the End of Man O'War Drive 
Harrodsburg, KY 40330