|Montlawn Cemetery, Raleigh, NC|
His nickname was "Little Joe".
He had five siblings: Jesse Roland, Eric Ray, Cecil Braxton, Edith Cavelle, and Carl Donald.
Macon was employed as a N.C. State Prison Guard and he also worked at famed Cooper's BBQ in Raleigh, NC.
He was counted in the census in 1930 in Wake County, NC at age 5. He was also counted in the census in 1940 in Wake County, NC at age 15.
When he was 18, Macon registered for the draft as required by law. However, he did not serve likely due to his health issues.
He died on 19 Dec 1954 in Wake County, NC from diabetes. He was buried on 21 Dec 1954 in Wake County, NC at Montlawn Cemetery in Raleigh.