On the old Mayo Trail Highway near the Camden Section of Jenkins in Letcher County, KY is an old cemetery that reportedly contains the graves of l9 to 25 persons who were murdered in the old days of feuds along Elkhorn Creek and the Virginia line. This cemetery was owned by the Potters who had people buried there and called the Potter Cemetery. Today it is commonly referred to as the "Murdered Cemetery" or "Murdered Man's Cemetery" because a lot of people murdered were buried in this cemetery. Ira Mullins and his wife Louranza Estep Mullins, their son-in-law Wilson Mullins, hired hands Greenberry Harris & John Chappel, who were victims of the "Pound Gap Massacre" that occurred May l4, l892 are buried about the center of this cemetery. Also the young Craft brothers, John Henry Craft and David L. Craft who were murdered Dec 9, l899 in the Wheaton Hollow section of Jenkins. These young boys were the sons of Ira Mullins' sister. The cemetery is located up Forest Hills Hollow (Church Hill Hollow) east of Jenkins at Camden.