Carmel Cemetery

United Presbyterian Church
Sec. 15-3-9

Hanover Township
Jefferson County, Indiana

June 2001 Survey – done by Vivian L. (McDonald) Shatley
For the Jefferson County Genealogical Society

LAST NAMEFIRSTMIDDLEBORNDIEDINSCRIPTION(S)COMMENTS
AdamsHarrietJ. 13 Nov 183711 Aug 19171941 DAR Record did not include middle initial
AdamsJames08 Aug 179216 Sep 1842Erected by the Associate Congregation Massies Creek OhioColumn stone is broken in 3 pieces – not included on 1941 DAR Record
AdamsJamesC. 17 Oct 1813S of Jesse & Martha Adams – Aged 13y ??m 4d (?)Bottom of stone is badly eroded – not included on 1941 DAR Record
AndersonElizabethBeck17 Nov 1821In memory of – aged 58y SS Thomas Anderson - not included on 1941 DAR Record
AndersonJames01 Jun 1845Aged 67ySS Janet Anderson - not included on 1941 DAR Record
AndersonJanet09 Mar 1848Aged 69ySS James Anderson - not included on 1941 DAR Record
AndersonMaryL. Finley07 Jan 181720 Dec 1878W of William K. Anderson
AndersonThomas16 Feb 1822Her husband – Aged 67ySS Elizabeth Beck Anderson - not included on 1941 DAR Record
AndersonWilliam25 Nov 180820 Feb 1835In memory of – Aged 26y 2m and 27d – “He sleeps but not forever here. The Lord of glory burst deaths chain and all his saints who sleep in him, He’ll surely bring with him again.” Not included on 1941 DAR Record
AndersonWilliamKing18 Nov 181504 Apr 1856
ArnottElizabethM. 12 Aug 1847D of Moses & Mary Arnott – Aged 5mNot included on 1941 DAR Record
ArnottInfant18 Nov 1852Also infant daughter – “Suffer little children to come unto me” SS Minnie Arnott - not included on 1941 DAR Record
ArnottJennieMorrison19 Nov 1866D of Moses & Mary Arnott – Aged 18y 21dNot included on 1941 DAR Record
ArnottMaryHerron Pollock04 Nov 182301 May 1899Born Westmorland Co., Penn – Died at Bloomington, Ind – W of Rev. Moses ArnottSS Rev. Moses Arnott. 1941 DAR record indicates birth year as 1832
ArnottMinnie23 Feb 185430 Dec 1858D of Moses & Mary ArnottSS “Infant daughter” - not included on 1941 DAR Record
ArnottMosesStone broken, etchings weathered away - not included on 1941 DAR Record
Arnott, Rev. Moses11 Jul 1874“To the memory of our beloved pastor who for 27 years broke unto us the bread of life. He was earnest, faithful and true.” – Aged 54ySS Mary Herron Pollock Arnott
BainElizaIrvin23 Mar 1853Consort of R.S. Bain – Aged 43y 11d – “The memory of the just is blest. J. Falconer Madison” 1941 DAR Record shows middle name as Irwin.
BainElizabeth11 Feb 184225 Nov 1864D of John & Mary BainNot included on 1941 DAR Record
BainEstherE. Holden30 Apr 183009 Jan 1905W of R. S. Bain – Aged 74y 8m 9dSS Katurah A. and Samuel A. Bain – badly weathered
BainJane11 Nov 179313 May 1866W of Samuel BainThere was what appears to be a 4 line inscription but it has worn away
BainKaturahA. Richardson01 Mar 181728 Apr 1882W of Samuel A. Bain – Aged 25y 7m 13dSS Esther E. and Samuel A. Bain – badly weathered. 1941 DAR record shows first name as Keturah
BainMary17 Feb 180915 Jul 1868W of John Bain
BainSamuelA. 06 May 184822 Nov 1903Aged 55y 5m 18dSS Esther E. and Katurah A. Bain – badly weathered - not included on 1941 DAR Record
BairdJohnA. 29 Apr 186311 Aug 1864S of Wm & M.A. BairdNot included on 1941 DAR Record
BalyMaryJ. 21 May 185002 Jun 1863D of R.S. & E.L. BalyBadly weathered – almost impossible to read etching - not included on 1941 DAR Record
BeattyElizaJ. 17 Sep 187021 Jul 1890D of H.G. & M. BeattyBadly weathered and covered with moss
BeattyEllaV. 20 Sep 186718 Jul 1897SS Shirley M. Beatty – stone is broken off base and stuck in ground - not included on 1941 DAR Record
BeattyFredC. Aug 4 1904Jun 30 1982SS Virginia Beatty - not included on 1941 DAR Record
BeattyFredE. Dec 14 1951Sep 4 1998Not included on 1941 DAR Record
BeattyGuyWilliamOct 15 1960Not included on 1941 DAR Record
BeattyHazelL. Oct 7 1926Apr 15 1999Not included on 1941 DAR Record
BeattyHowardEverettFeb 22 1908Oct 2 1978Not included on 1941 DAR Record
BeattyJaneBell19141955SS Paul R. Beatty - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
BeattyMaryAnnDec 24 1958Not included on 1941 DAR Record
BeattyMaryE. 19231976Not included on 1941 DAR Record
BeattyNellie18671945Not included on 1941 DAR Record
BeattyPaulR. 19111990SS Jane Bell Beatty - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
BeattyShirleyM. 31 Oct 189508 Apr 1897SS Ella V. Beatty – stone is broken off base and stuck in ground - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
BeattyVirginiaMar 12 1911-------------No death date yet inscribed – SS Fred C. Beatty - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
Beatty, Jr. HowardJul 14 1946Feb 9 1987Space for another name/date on stone but nothing inscribed - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
Beatty, Sr. RobertL. Sep 29 1949Not included on 1941 DAR Record
BennettLulaE. 29 Aug 1868 29 Aug 1890 W of Andrew F. BennettNot included on 1941 DAR Record
BrownNancyT. 08 Jul 1849W of Rev. James Brown – in her 38th yStone on same concrete base as Nancy Taylor, Sarah Ellen Taylor and Margaret Janet Taylor. 1941 DAR record shows age as 36
BryceJane16 Oct 1825In memory of – W of Andrew Bryce – in the 37th y of her age1941 DAR record indicated last name as Boyce
CavettFrancisM. 10 Jun 184427 Jan 1863Interesting carved glass round piece in the middle of the stone.
CavettMargaret24 Nov 1850In memory of – Aged 70y 3m 18d
CavettRebecah31 Aug 1845In memory of – Aged 44y 8m1941 DAR record spelled first name as “Rebecca” and showed death year as 1847
ChasteenMaryS. 18481926
ChasteenMelvin18561926SS Tillie E. Chasteen
ChasteenTillieE. 1859No date etchedHis wife (Melvin Chasteen’s) SS Melvin Chasteen - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
ClarkJohnR. 18801961SS Woodsy Clark - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
ClarkWoodsy18871938SS John R. Clark - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
CleggAlexanderB. 06 Jun 179816 Dec 18781941 DAR record did not include middle initial
CochranAlexander12 Sep 1835In memory of – S of Alexander & Margaret Cochran – who departed this life in the 7th y of his ageSS Infant Daughter Cochran” - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
CochranAlexanderMay 179214 Dec 1876Born in ScotlandNo day of birth etched. 1941 DAR record shows death day as 16.
CochranAnnaHenry02 Nov 1865 (?)D of S W & R A CochranStone is badly weathered - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
CochranAnnaMorton18381915His wifeSS James A. Cochran
CochranCarrieM. 18811972Not included on 1941 DAR Record
CochranElizaJ. 26 Mar 183321 Oct 1914Stone on same concrete base as Alexander C. Crosby, Joseph W. Crosby & William H. Crosby - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
CochranInfant daughterSS Alexander Cochran – no dates or name etched - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
CochranJamesA. 18311913SS Anna Morton Cochran
CochranM. Arnott18721958Not included on 1941 DAR Record
CochranMargaret13 Jan 179524 Dec 1884born in Scotland – W of Alexander Cochran
CochranWilliam27 Aug 183504 Nov 1902
ColesMarjorieO. Mar 17 1925---------------Married Oct 12 1945No death date yet inscribed – SS Marjorie O. Coles - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
ColesRovilleR. Oct 7 1921Jul 23 2000Married Oct 12 1945SS Marjorie O. Coles - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
CoonsEdithM. 18931982Not included on 1941 DAR Record
CoonsJames Wallace18841948Not included on 1941 DAR Record
CorrieGrizzella18341852Their D (James & Jane) SS James and Jane Corrie - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
CorrieJames18001854SS Jane and Grizzella Corrie - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
CorrieJane18021887His wife (James) SS James and Grizzella Corrie - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
CravensCarrieD of W.C. & MStone is badly weathered and the etching is difficult or impossible to read. - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
CravensInfantD of W.C. & MStone is badly weathered and the etching is difficult or impossible to read. - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
CravensJamesW. 09 Apr 182722 Jan 1861Stone badly weathered
CravensJohnC. 22 May 180807 Mar 1887“Life’s labor done” SS Nancy M. Cravens
CravensJosephH. 22 Jul 185416 Sep 1854S of Wm. C. & M. E. CravensNot included on 1941 DAR Record
CravensMarthaE. 15 Apr 182616 Dec 1854W of Wm. C. CravensStone is badly weathered. - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
CravensMary16 Feb 178724 Apr 1861Stone badly weathered and covered in moss
CravensNancyM. 17 Jul 181604 May 1889“Life’s labor done” SS John C. Cravens
CravensWilliamC. 16 Apr 1861Consort of Margaret J. Middle section of stone is missing. Top and bottom held together with metal rails. – death date and relationship from 1941 DAR record
CrawfordDianah25 May 180810 Jun 1892On 1941 DAR Record, no stone identified
CrawfordJamesC. 10 Nov 181427 Oct 1861On 1941 DAR Record, no stone identified
CrawfordMargaret28 Aug 1836In memory of Margaret consort of Samuel Crawford who departed this life Aug 28, 1836; in the 53d y of her age1941 DAR record shows death day as 23.
CrawfordMargaretJ. 15 Jul 181915 Feb 1856
CrawfordMary28 Aug 181125 Jul 1854Stone was broken then mended where death date was – date is from 1941 DAR list
CrawfordMaryAnn DeHaven17 Apr 184628 Mar 1888W of George W. Crawford – married Dec 31 1868 – died near Hanover, Ind. Not included on 1941 DAR Record
CrawfordRebecca09 Jan 181002 Jan 1867On 1941 DAR Record, no stone identified
CrosbyAlexanderC. 16 Oct 186616 Oct 1868Stone on same concrete base as Joseph W. Crosby, Eliza J. Cochran & William H. Crosby - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
CrosbyJosephW. 22 Jul 185823 Sep 1886Stone on same concrete base as Alexander C. Crosby, Eliza J. Cochran & William H. Crosby
CrosbyWilliamH. 24 Dec 182907 Sep 1926Stone on same concrete base as Alexander C. Crosby, Joseph W. Crosby & Eliza J. Cochran - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
CrouchAlta188519635 separate stones on one long concrete base: Saliethel, W. Wilber, William W., Andrew I., Martha L. and Alta Crouch - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
CrouchAndrewI18581948SS Martha L. Crouch – 5 separate stones on one long concrete base: Saliethel, W. Wilber, William W., Andrew I., Martha L. and Alta Crouch - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
CrouchF. Eugene19041991Not included on 1941 DAR Record
CrouchMarthaL. 18641935SS Andrew I. Crouch – 5 separate stones on one long concrete base: Saliethel, W. Wilber, William W., Andrew I., Martha L. and Alta Crouch - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
CrouchSaliethel183619075 separate stones on one long concrete base: Saliethel, W. Wilber, William W., Andrew I., Martha L. and Alta Crouch - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
CrouchW. Wilber189919025 separate stones on one long concrete base: Saliethel, W. Wilber, William W., Andrew I., Martha L. and Alta Crouch - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
CrouchWilliamW. 189419045 separate stones on one long concrete base: Saliethel, W. Wilber, William W., Andrew I., Martha L. and Alta Crouch - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
CunninghamElizabethOct 1823On 1941 DAR record, no stone identified
CunninghamVazianzen07 Oct 1816“Market with creek stones, very old” – on 1941 DAR record, no stone identified
CurbyMoses27 Jan 181723 May 1838Stone badly weathered, dates are almost gone - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
CurrieCarrieAged 13yThere were no dates on this stone and appears there never were any - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
CurrieDavid09 Oct 1851Consort of Mary Currie – Aged 75y
CurrieDavid17 Sep 1863Consort of Rachel Currie1941 DAR record indicates last name as Curry, also indicates age as 44 years.
CurrieGeorge22 Dec 179410 Mar 1868Born In Rockbridge Co. Va – Aged 73y 2m 3dNot included on 1941 DAR Record
CurrieMargaret10 Mar 1843In memory of – Consort of George Currie – in the 38th y of her ageNot included on 1941 DAR Record
CurrieMarthaA. 17 Oct 182212 May 1887
CurrieMary???????? ?????????? W of David CurrieDates are so badly weathered I can’t even guess – no dates present on 1941 DAR record, age identified as 72 years.
CurrieMary23 Dec 1822In memory of – Consort of Robert Currie – in the 20th y of her ageNot included on 1941 DAR Record
CurrieMaryA. 21 Feb 181819 May 1892W of George Currie – “at rest” Not included on 1941 DAR Record
CurrieMoses27 Jan 181720 May 1898On 1941 DAR record, no stone identified
CurrieRachel181318941941 DAR record indicates last name as Curry
CurrieRobert? 29 Jan 1854Stone broken & badly weathered. The birth date is in the broken area. - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
CurryCatherine17 Jun 1848Consort of David Curry – Aged 26yStone has been chipped off where death year is located – SS David W. Curry
CurryDavidW. 22 Jun 1848Also David W. Curry, S of D & C Curry – Aged 3m 21dSS Catherine Curry - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
DeputyAlvahApr 18 1858DEPUTY Alvah Etta C. his wife Roy G. their sonSS Etta C and Roy G. Deputy. This is a very large stone turned sideways. There are 3 smaller stones that say: “Mother”, “Father” and “Roy G.” beside it. - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
DeputyEttaC. 13 Nov 1862Apr 10 1931DEPUTY Alvah Etta C. his wife Roy G. their sonSS Alvah and Roy G. Deputy. This is a very large stone turned sideways. There are 3 smaller stones that say: “Mother”, “Father” and “Roy G.” beside it. – 1941 DAR Record indicates middle name is Currie.
DeputyRoyG. Aug 5 1895Jan 9 1919DEPUTY Alvah Etta C. his wife Roy G. their sonSS Etta C and Alvah Deputy. This is a very large stone turned sideways. There are 3 smaller stones that say: “Mother”, “Father” and “Roy G.” beside it. - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
DickeyAnneC. 29 Jun 186029 Sep 1877D of John and Nancy A. Dickey – “No pain, no grief, no anxious fear can reach the peaceful sleeper here.” 1941 DAR record shows middle initial as G.
DickeyRobertW. 24 May 185810 Oct 1885“Gone but not forgotten” 1941 DAR record shows death day as 15
ElenbaasThere are no other etchings on this stone - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
FeeJane18 Oct 180424 Nov 18911941 DAR record shows first name as Jan
FinleyAnna28 Jan 1853Widow of John Finley – Aged 49y1941 DAR record shows first name as Ann
FinleyJanettaM. 13 Oct 1850Aged 26 y1941 DAR record shows name as “Janetta M.D.”
FinleyJohnE. 03 Dec 1833Who departed this life aged 52y 7m 17dSS John L. Finley
FinleyJohnL. 02 Dec 1833In memory of John L. Finely who departed this life Dec 2, 1833 – Aged 7y 4m 2dSS John Finley - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
FinleyNarcissaH. 01 Oct 1849Who departed this life – Aged 20y 7d1941 DAR record shows death month as Aug
FrenchHardingS. 1855-----SS Sarah B. and James M. French. Stone is shaped like a tree trunk with open book on top and names inscribed in the book Stone is badly weathered and covered with moss. - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
FrenchJamesM. 18181904SS Sarah B. and Harding S. French. Stone is shaped like a tree trunk with open book on top and names inscribed in the book Stone is badly weathered and covered with moss.
FrenchSarahB. 1832-----SS James M. and Harding S. French. Stone is shaped like a tree trunk with open book on top and names inscribed in the book Stone is badly weathered and covered with moss. - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
FultonMargaretMorrow04 Jun 1838In memory of – Late widow of Rev. A. Fulton – Aged 56yNot included on 1941 DAR Record
GaddisGeorgeA. 30 Jul 1859Aged 23y 4m 20d1941 DAR record shows last name as Gadis
GaddisMaryJ. 08 Dec 183230 Sep 1903“Gone to rest” 1941 DAR record shows last name as Gadis
GaddisNancyJ. 16 Jan 185912 Jun 1859D of G A & M J GaddisNot included on 1941 DAR Record
GassertEverettE. 19021971Scroll with GASSERT inscribed above a sunset and flowersSS Ruby Anna Gassert - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
GassertRubyAnna19021998Scroll with GASSERT inscribed above a sunset and flowersSS Everett E. Gassert - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
GettyAndrew08 Sep 180422 Feb 1843Not included on 1941 DAR Record
GettyAnnJul 180903 Oct 1836W of Andrew GettyThre was no day etched for birth date. - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
GettyEliza18331845D of Andrew & Ann GettyNot included on 1941 DAR Record
GettyJane18301849D of Andrew & Ann GettyNot included on 1941 DAR Record
GilchristElizabeth17 Jan 1835In memory of Elizabeth, D of James & Mary Gilchrist – Aged 6y 11m 22dNot included on 1941 DAR Record
GlendyLucinda21 Sep 1887Age 68yOn 1941 DAR record, no stone identified
GlendyWilliam04 Jan 1892Age 70yOn 1941 DAR record, no stone identified
GlennMaryC. 27 Jan 183716 May 1886“Our Sister” – “Them that sleep in Jesus will God bring with him” 1941 DAR record includes comment: “sister of Susan Morton Tait”
GoffJane“Adopted child of ??” Stone is badly weathered – unable to read most information - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
GoldsboroughElias18541930Stone is just stuck in the ground – not on any base - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
GoldsboroughHannahS. 18361910W of Elias Goldsborough – “Grandmother” 1941 DAR record does not show middle initial
GordonAllenT. 01 Mar 188607 May 1900Not included on 1941 DAR Record
GordonEbenezerM. ?? May 1858S of ?? & ?? Gordon – Aged 3y 1dBadly weathered, difficult to read - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
GordonElizaA. 15 Jul 183315 Feb 1859W of J.A. On 1941 DAR record, no stone identified
GordonGeo. (?)S. (?)13 Jan 1872Badly weathered – name is a “best guess” and there is other writing present but can not be deciphered - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
GordonGeorge 13 Oct 1851 03 Sep 1943 Not included on 1941 DAR Record
GordonJoseph09 Mar 18581941 DAR record indicates “age 66 yrs”
GordonJuniettaMorton30 Jan 185225 Apr 1938Not included on 1941 DAR Record
GordonTolbert11 May 1858S of S.Y. & Sarah Gordon – Aged 4m ?dBadly weathered, difficult to read - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
GordonWalterR. 07 Nov 187906 Jul 1943Not included on 1941 DAR Record
HallAlexanderM. 28 Dec 184226 Mar 1913
HallElizabeth26 May 180722 Oct 1898“At rest”
HallJohn29 Mar 180719 Jul 1859“At rest”
HallJosephG. 18 Aug 184514 Dec 1875
HallMargaret24 May 184919 Oct 1902W of A.M. Hall1941 DAR record shows death day as 1
HamiltonJames17951874“Father”
HamiltonJane18291895
HamiltonJaneHarper18041864Not included on 1941 DAR Record
HamiltonJohn18261911
HamiltonMartha18381892
HamiltonMary18321904
HamiltonMaryAnn17961887“Mother”
HamiltonWilliam18281911
HannaElizabeth30 Aug 1864W of Wm. Hanna – Aged 56y 20d
HannaJamesA. 08 Apr 184321 Jan 1910SS Mary A. and Robbie Hanna. 1941 DAR record shows birth day as 6
HannaJuliaA. 01 Feb 181326 Apr 1881W of Thomas Hanna – “Erected by her Administrator”
HannaMaryA. 22 Apr 184413 Oct 1890W of J.A. HannaSS James A. and Robbie Hanna
HannaRobbie16 Jan 187906 Jul 1879S of T.J. & E.J. HannaNot included on 1941 DAR Record
HannaRobbie08 Jun 188817 Jun 1890S of J A & M A HannaSS James A. and Mary A. Hanna - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
HannaSarah17 Aug 1867W of Thomas Hanna – Aged 51y 11m 20d
HannaSarahA. 28 Jan 181103 Apr 1908
HannaThomas24 Jul 180826 Jan 1881Stone is badly weathered, etchings are almost gone
HannaWilliam06 Jun 180517 Dec 1890
HanningGeorge17 Sep 1826In memory of – Who died aged 72ySS Jannel Park Hanning
HanningJannelPark07 Sep 1880His spouse who died aged 67ySS George Hanning. 1941 DAR record shows first name as Sannet
HanningJannett09 Sep 1871Born in Scotland - Age 87yOn 1941 DAR record, no stone identified
HarperJane18041864On 1941 DAR record, no stone identified
HastieAnnH. 180227 May 1866W of Wm. HastieStone is broken in 8 pieces – unable to read – First name, initial and birth/death date info from 1941 DAR record
HastieRobert01 Mar 183001 Jan 1881
HastieThomas05 Aug 1896In his 65y
HayJane17 May 176504 Sep 1845 W of William Hay – Aged 80y 3m 12dAdded by Becky Hay Thomas on 11 May 2000, verified June 2001 by V. McDonald
HayWilliam19 Jan 176312 Oct 1849Aged 86y 8m 23dAdded by Becky Hay Thomas on 11 May 2000, verified June 2001 by V. McDonald
HelmDavid07 Dec 1850In his 82yStone broken, top half stuck in ground next to base
HelmElizabethDied in her 70th yNo dates etched
HelmJames05 Jun 1818Aged 55y 8m 12d1941 DAR record shows death year as 1819
HelmNancy01 Mar 1850In her 64y
HendersonJuliettaC. 11 Dec 183418 Feb 1858D of William & Martha HendersonStone on same long concrete base as Zerildah L. Henderson – 1941 DAR record shows name as “Juliette” and shows birth day as 22.
HendersonMartha04 Jan 179717 Dec 1854W of Wm. HendersonStone badly weathered – unable to read – broken and mended with steel rails. It is on the same long concrete base as William Henderson’s stone. – Birth/death info provided from 1941 DAR record
HendersonRobt. 07 Aug 1837In memory of – S of Robt. Smith & Eliza Bain – Aged 1y 1m 24dNot sure if Henderson is child’s middle name and Smith should be his last name given 3 last names on the stone - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
HendersonWilliam17 Sep 179309 Jul 1852Stone badly weathered – unable to read – broken and mended with steel rails. It is on the same long concrete base as Martha Henderson’s stone. – Birth/death info provded from 1941 DAR record
HendersonZerildahL. (?)24 May 183603 May 1854D of William & Martha HendersonStone on same long concrete base as Julietta C. Henderson – 1941 DAR record shows name as “Zerilda”
HenningMathew26 Jun 1889Aged 85y – “Our father and mother” On the SS Nancy W. Henning
HenningNancyW. 20 Mar 1869W of Mathew Henning – Aged 58y – “Our father and mother” On the SS Mathew Henning – 1941 DAR record shows death day as 22
HigbeeWalterWayne M. 20 Jun 1860“Our darling” – S of Isaac F. & Ailily – Departed this life June 20, 1860 aged 6m 23dNot included on 1941 DAR Record
HigginsAbraham21 May 1838In memory of – in the 43 y of his age
Holdern1941 DAR record indicates “gr Parents of T.M. Reed, buried here (no stone)”
HolsclawAlexB. 18601933SS Mary B. Holsclaw – stone badly weathered - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
HolsclawMaryB. 18591926SS Alex B. Holsclaw – stone badly weathered
HunterCassiusM. 18761939“Father” – HUNTER inscribed in a book with “Not my will but Thine be done” SS Richard Hunter and Lillian A. Hunter - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
HunterKennethW. Dec 7 1929Jul 9 2000“Our Beloved One” Not included on 1941 DAR Record
HunterLillianA. 19061970“Mother” – HUNTER inscribed in a book with “Not my will but Thine be done” SS Richard Hunter and Cassius M. Hunter - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
HunterRichard19331962“Son” – HUNTER inscribed in a book with “Not my will but Thine be done” SS Cassius M. Hunter and Lillian A. Hunter - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
HutchingsRebeccaAnn02 Mar 183016 Apr 1846In the 17th y of her ageNot included on 1941 DAR Record
HutchingsSamuel08 Nov 1814In memory of Samuel Hutchings S of John W & Eliza who departed this life Nov 8, 1814 Aged 4m 12dNot included on 1941 DAR Record
IrvinMargaret09 Jul 1826In memory of – Aged 10yNot included on 1941 DAR Record
IrvinMary27 Mar 1827In memory of – W of John Irvin – Aged 42yNot included on 1941 DAR Record
IrvinWilliamF. 12 Aug 1825In memory of – Aged 8yNot included on 1941 DAR Record
IrwinElizabeth29 Jul 1852W of Robert IrwinStone is broken in two and has been cemented back to back
IrwinRebecca11 Jul 1854D of Robert & Elizabeth Irwin – In the 20th y of her ageNot included on 1941 DAR Record
IrwinRobert29 Aug 179417 Aug 1856Stone broken and stuck in ground by base
IrwinSarahJane05 Jul 182631 Aug 1857Aged 31y 1m 26d1941 DAR record shows death day as 21
JacksonJ. Greg12 May194513 Oct 1996“Sleep Peacefully”
JacksonJohnGregory12 May194513 Oct 1996SSgt US Air Force VietnamMilitary plack – foot stone to other stone
JamisonJeannettaCochran18701933Stone is broken away from base and has slid to the right about 6 inches - - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
JohnsonIdaMay18611929- Not included on 1941 DAR Record
KemptonAnnW. 24 Apr 1856Stone is broken, stuck in ground and badly weathered – 1941 DAR record shows name as Anna and provides “age 31 yrs”
LattaBournie14 Sep 1865S of Robert & Mary Latta – Aged 6y 11m 6d- Not included on 1941 DAR Record
LattaElizaJ. 19 Jul 182209 Jul 1896- Not included on 1941 DAR Record
LattaMartha08 Mar 183206 Feb 1863- Not included on 1941 DAR Record
LattaMartha12 Nov 179031 Mar 1849Consort of Samuel LattaOn same concrete base as Susan Latta - - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
LattaMary17 Nov 182601 Mar 1883- Not included on 1941 DAR Record
LattaRobert22 Mar 1861
LattaSamuel07 Dec 178401 Mar 1853- Not included on 1941 DAR Record
LattaSusan07 Aug 1847D of Samuel & Martha LattaOn same concrete base as Martha Latta - - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
LattaWilliam22 Jun 181404 Nov 1862- Not included on 1941 DAR Record
LeeEllenSep 7 1848Mar 27 1926His wife – At RestSS James H. Lee - - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
LeeHughJ. 18741942- Not included on 1941 DAR Record
LeeJamesH. Dec 12 1844Apr 1 1926At RestSS Ellen Lee - - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
LoughranJames22 Aug 1847In memory of – A native of Ireland – Who departed this life aged 72y
LoughranJohn02 Sep 1827In memory of – S of James & Elizabeth Loughran – Who died in the 10th m of his age- Not included on 1941 DAR Record
Loughran, M.D. SamuelT. 22 Mar 1856Aged 31yStone broken and mended where info should be – 1941 DAR record did not include middle initial but did provide “age 31 yrs”
LyleJosephA. 21 Sep 1838S of Charles & Sarah Lyle – Aged 2y- Not included on 1941 DAR Record
LyonsJames24 Jun 1867Age 72yOn 1941 DAR record, no stone identified
LyonsSamuel03 Dec 1824In memory of – S of James & Elizabeth Lyons – Aged 3y- Not included on 1941 DAR Record
LytleGrace25 Jun 188305 Mar 1891Grace of James – Anna Lytle – “In Christ” Stone is a tower with cloth and open Bible on top. - - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
ManaughBessieF. 18841974SS Charles D. Manaugh - - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
ManaughCharlesD. 18791962SS Bessie F. Manaugh - - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
ManaughEdnaF. 19091910- Not included on 1941 DAR Record
ManaughFredrick18811947SS Mary Manaugh - - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
ManaughHowardC. 19051923- Not included on 1941 DAR Record
ManaughKennethJul 29 1912Dec 29 1989SS Lucy Manaugh - - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
ManaughLucyJaneJan 16 1917Apr 16 1997SS Kenneth Manaugh - - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
ManaughMary18901960SS Fredrick Manaugh - - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
MannAndrewB. 09 Mar 181902 Jan 1884Born in Dumfriesshire, Scotland – Died at Sterling, Kansas – “Prove all things: hold fast that which is good” SS Martha Irwin Mann – 1941 DAR record did not provide middle initial
MannEbenezer183122 Feb 18643rd Ind. Cav. Stone broken, badly weathered – no other etching readable – 1941 DAR record provided birth/death and inscription data
MannElizaJane15 Apr 1881W of James Mann, Jr. – Aged 77y – A native of Orange Co., N.Y.
MannJames178423 May 1874Born Parish of Marns, Scotland 1784 – Emigrated to America 1822 – Aged ?? Unable to read the remainder of the stone – 1941 DAR record shows death day as 12.
MannMargaret15 Mar 180901 Apr 1861Badly weathered, etching almost gone
MannMarthaIrwin13 Jan 182326 Jun 1879W of Andrew Mann – Died at Sterling, KansasSS Andrew Mann
MannMaryJamison03 Oct 179011 Oct 1871Born M—(?) Scotland – Consort of James MannBadly weathered, etching almost gone – 1941 DAR record provided “consort of James Mann” but did not have the Born M? Scotland info.
MannRobert12 May 181513 Mar 1872Stone has first name as “Robt” – 1941 DAR record shows death month as May.
MannWilliam23 Mar 181122 Jan 1900Badly weathered – dates are almost gone
Mann, Jr. James27 May 181315 Mar 1891Not included on 1941 DAR Record
MathewsSamuelC. 20 Jul 1834In memory of Samuel C. S of John & Mary A. Mathews who departed this life July the 20th A.D. 1834, aged 1y 11m 18dNot included on 1941 DAR Record
MatthewsArchibaldC. 22 Jan 182107 Mar 18571941 DAR record did not include middle initial
MatthewsCharlesE. 186719071941 DAR record did not include middle initial
MatthewsDavidMar 22 1959
MatthewsDorcasG. 18971947
MatthewsElizabeth04 Feb 177810 May 1854On the SS James Matthews
MatthewsElizabeth18081891On the SS James Matthews (1805-1868) – 1941 DAR record shows birth year as 1805
MatthewsEllenC. 28 Jun 183627 May 1855On the SS William, J. Harrison and Martha Pogue Matthews – 1941 DAR record shows first name as “Elen”
MatthewsJames18051868On the SS Elizabeth Matthews (1808-1891)
MatthewsJames25 May 177623 Oct 1851On the SS Elizabeth Matthews
MatthewsJaneMay 1809Jan 1859
MatthewsJohnP. 18381922Lieut. Co. E. 3rd Ind. Cav. 1941 DAR record shows birth year as 1832
MatthewsMarthaPogue12 Aug 180916 Sep 1883W of Wm MatthewsOn the SS William, J. Harrison and Ellen C. Matthews
MatthewsRuthMar 18 1944
MatthewsSarahA. Shannon18381922“His wife” W of John P. Matthews
MatthewsThomasS. 18681942
MatthewsWilliam23 Jan 180319 Aug 1890On the SS J. Harrison, Martha Pogue and Ellen C. Matthews
Matthews, M.D. J. Harrison18441907On the SS William, Martha Pogue and Ellen C. Matthews
MaxwellSamuelC. 27 Apr 1837In memory of – Aged 59y 7m 11d1941 DAR record shows age as 57 yrs
MaxwellSarahDunn20 Feb 178604 Jan 1819W of John Maxwell, Esq. – Born Mercer Co., KYLarge stone broken into 6 or more pieces & stocked – unable to move” – Birth/death info provided by 1941 DAR record
MaxwelleMargaretJ. 23 Nov 184205 Oct 18431941 DAR record did not include midde initial, spelled last name Maxwell and showed birth info as Nov 24, 1812
McDonaldMaryA. 18331923“His wife” SS Wm. B. McDonald
McDonaldWilliamB. 18321916SS Mary A. McDonald – 1941 DAR record shows middle initial as H.
McKeanAndrew09 Oct 1840“age 57 y” On 1941 DAR record, no stone identified
McKeanMaryE. 10 Jan 1841On 1941 DAR record, no stone identified
McKeandAdam18661940SS Clara McKeand - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
McKeandClara18741959SS Adam McKeand
McKeandDavidP. 19171933Not included on 1941 DAR Record
McKeandDoram (Doran ?) 09 Jun 187707 Feb 1878First name has had the last letter chipped - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
McKeandErnestJunior19381990AA US NavyMilitary Plack
McKeandErnestV. 18971946
McKeandPearlM. Jul 19 1908Jan 7 1979
McKeeJohnN. 23 Feb 1892Aged 60y – “The righteous hath hope in his death” Badly weathered - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
McKeeMargaretJ. 01 Mar 184002 Jan 1897
McNairnJanet17 Jan 1855W of Joseph McNairn of Race Green Cottage – In the 65th y of her age
McNeelDavid17 May 1862Aged 19y 9m
McNeelJames27 Feb 183507 Nov 1900On 1941 DAR record, no stone identified
McNeelJames08 Jun 1879Age 95yOn 1941 DAR record, no stone identified
McNeelJane12 Nov 1860Aged 11yThe stone is broken and badly weathered – 1941 DAR record provided “Aged 19 yrs”
McNeelJaneI (?)08 Jun 1870W of James McNeel Sr. – Aged 95yNot included on 1941 DAR Record
McNeelJennie26 Feb 184914 Jul 1903Not included on 1941 DAR Record
McNeelMartha18601947
McNeelNancy20 Aug 1863W of James McNeel – Aged 49y 2m 10d
McNeelNancy12 May 184426 Jan 1890Not included on 1941 DAR Record
McNeelRachel12 Jul 185104 Feb 1929Not included on 1941 DAR Record
McNeelRachel21 Sep 181316 Jul 1893SS William McNeel - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
McNeelSusanMorton18481919W of Jas. McNeelOn 1941 DAR record, no stone identified
McNeelThomas08 Jan 1872S of Wm. & Rachel McNeel – Aged 30y 1m 6dNot included on 1941 DAR Record
McNeelWallaceH. 18541933Not included on 1941 DAR Record
McNeelWilliam10 Oct 181019 Apr 1887SS Rachel McNeel - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
McNuttCavitt26 Jul 1843In memory of – Aged 21y 11m
McNuttJoseph04 Apr 177111 Jun 1855In memory of – Aged 84y 2m 7d
McNuttMargaret07 Oct 182516 Dec 1855Sacred to the memory of – Aged 30y 2m 9d
McNuttMargaret23 Feb 1788/8223 Jun 1863Stone broken & mended where birth date is located – not sure of last two numbers of year – 1941 DAR record shows birth day as 23 with year as 1788
McNuttThomas20 Jul 181514 Oct 1855Sacred to the memory of – Aged 40y 2m 24d – “A token of affection by his bereaved wife Margaret W. McNutt”
MilesAlmaJ. 23 Mar 19005 Feb 1933W of Henry MilesBadly weathered – writing almost gone - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
MillicanAureliaWilliams18691914His wifeSS James K. Millican – 1941 DAR record shows last name as “Milligan”
MillicanBessieHis wives: Margaret – Harriet – Jane 1834-1912; Left side of stone: “George” “William”; Right side of stone: “Nannie” “Roy” “Bessie” This is a large stone with the noted etching. I can not be certain they are all buried there, but I am including them separately. - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
MillicanGeorge18111895His wives: Margaret – Harriet – Jane 1834-1912; Left side of stone: “George” “William”; Right side of stone: “Nannie” “Roy” “Bessie” This is a large stone with the noted etching. I can not be certain they are all buried there, but I am including them separately. 1941 DAR record has last name as Milligan.
MillicanHarrietHis wives: Margaret – Harriet – Jane 1834-1912; Left side of stone: “George” “William”; Right side of stone: “Nannie” “Roy” “Bessie” This is a large stone with the noted etching. I can not be certain they are all buried there, but I am including them separately. - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
MillicanJamesK. 18621936SS Aurelia Williams Millican - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
MillicanJane18341912His wives: Margaret – Harriet – Jane 1834-1912; Left side of stone: “George” “William”; Right side of stone: “Nannie” “Roy” “Bessie” This is a large stone with the noted etching. I can not be certain they are all buried there, but I am including them separately. - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
MillicanMargaretHis wives: Margaret – Harriet – Jane 1834-1912; Left side of stone: “George” “William”; Right side of stone: “Nannie” “Roy” “Bessie” This is a large stone with the noted etching. I can not be certain they are all buried there, but I am including them separately. – Included on the 1941 DAR report but with Jane’s birth/death info, also shows last name as Milligan
MillicanNannieHis wives: Margaret – Harriet – Jane 1834-1912; Left side of stone: “George” “William”; Right side of stone: “Nannie” “Roy” “Bessie” This is a large stone with the noted etching. I can not be certain they are all buried there, but I am including them separately. - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
MillicanRoyHis wives: Margaret – Harriet – Jane 1834-1912; Left side of stone: “George” “William”; Right side of stone: “Nannie” “Roy” “Bessie” This is a large stone with the noted etching. I can not be certain they are all buried there, but I am including them separately. - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
MillicanWilliamHis wives: Margaret – Harriet – Jane 1834-1912; Left side of stone: “George” “William”; Right side of stone: “Nannie” “Roy” “Bessie” This is a large stone with the noted etching. I can not be certain they are all buried there, but I am including them separately. - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
MillsPeter04 Nov 1847In the 71y of his age – Masonic emblem etched on stone
MillsSamuelR. 16 Jun 1842In memory of – In the 32y of his age1941 DAR record did not include middle initial
MonroeAlexanderC. 18411906
MortonJaneG. 19 Aug 1864Aged 21ySS John & Jennette Morton – 1941 DAR record did not provide middle initial and has first name spelled “Jan”
MortonJennetteThis appears to be another, separate, stone for Jennette. There is no other etching on the stone. - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
MortonJennette24 Aug 1875W of John Morton – Aged 61ySS John & Jane Morton – 1941 DAR record has first name as “Jeannette”
MortonJohn179612 Sep 1857On 1941 DAR Record, no stone identified
MortonJohn12 Sep 1857The Grave of John Morton who died Sept 12 1857 – aged 61ySS Jane & Jennette Morton - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
MortonJohnW. 03 Apr 183514 May 1904
MortonMary18491928
MortonNancyA. 04 Oct 1885W of John W. Morton – In the 43rd y of her age
MortonRhodaJ. 07 Aug 183224 Mar 1862W of John W. Morton
MortonRobert18451934Not included on 1941 DAR Record
NighbertEmmaJ. 18591944
NighbertGeorgeA. 14 Oct 185131 Jan 1929
NighbertJosephH. 18581927Middle initial not provided in 1941 DAR record
NighbertLeroy01 May 187908 Mar 1898S of W.T. & N.A. NighbertOn 1941 DAR record but only birth & death year provided
NighbertLuluO. 18801943SS Shirley L. Nighbert
NighbertMae12 Dec 1904Inft D of J.T. & C.G. Nighbert – Aged 2dNot included on 1941 DAR Record
NighbertMaryC. Dickey28 Mar 185422 Mar 1903W of George A. Nighbert
NighbertNoraA. 11 Feb 185918 Jan 1882W of W.T. Nighbert1941 DAR record has birth day as 16
NighbertShirleyL. 18791948SS Lulu O. Nighbert
NighbertThomas (?)02 Dec 1903S of J ? & ? ? Nighbert – Aged 12d – “Baby” Unable to decipher initials - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
NighbertWilliamT. 18 Nov 185404 Jul 1884
ParkAlexander17 Oct 1844Born Scotland – Age 80yOn 1941 DAR record, no stone identified
ParkAlexander28 Dec 181420 Sep 1879Native of Scotland
ParkElizabeth18461924“his wife” SS Samuel Park
ParkElizabethN. 04 Dec 182020 Jun 1874W of Alex. Park1941 DAR record did not provide middle initial
ParkInfant16 Nov 187903 Dec 1879S of S & L ParkNot included on 1941 DAR Record
ParkJane07 Feb 179202 Aug 18?? W of William ParkStone has been broken and mended at death year location” - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
ParkJoseph27 Jan 183310 Feb 1864S of William & Jane Park – Volunteer 4th Ind. CavalryNot included on 1941 DAR Record
ParkMableS. 18891969SS Robert J. Park
ParkMaryGrace07 May 1860D of Alexander & Elisabeth Park – Aged 4y 6m 25dNot included on 1941 DAR Record
ParkRobertJ. 18841967SS Mable S. Park
ParkSamuel18421921SS Elizabeth Park
ParkWilliam08 Jul 1872William Park native of Dumfrieshire Scotland who came to America in 1817 and died July 8, 1872 in the 86th y of his ageNot included on 1941 DAR Record
PattersonJane03 Jun 180017 Apr 1822W of Wm PattersonNot included on 1941 DAR Record
PattersonMargaret06 Jun 180628 Oct 1861Consort of Wm PattersonNot included on 1941 DAR Record
PattersonSarahJane14 Mar 1832In memory of – D of James & Margaret Patterson – In the 15y of her ageNot included on 1941 DAR Record
PattersonWilliam11 Dec 1869In the 70th y of his lifeNot included on 1941 DAR Record
PearcyBasilA. 19061933Not included on 1941 DAR Record
PogueElizabeth14 Apr 1821In memory of – Aged 47y
PogueJoelC. 06 Sep 1848Aged 44y
PogueSarahElizabeth27 Sep 1841In memory of – D of James & Salome Pogue – who departed this life aged 5m 3dNot included on 1941 DAR Record
PolingCarolynS. Aug 5 1941Married Jun 30, 1960 – Elaborate farm scene: cows, horses, trees, fences, house, barn, man on a tractor with what appears to be a discus behind. SS Darrell R. Poling - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
PolingDarrellR. Dec 15 1937Married Jun 30, 1960 – Elaborate farm scene: cows, horses, trees, fences, house, barn, man on a tractor with what appears to be a discus behind. SS Carolyn S. Poling - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
PolingDennisTroyNov 19 1967Mar 24 1986Top: “Our Son” Bottom: “Rest in Peace” Not included on 1941 DAR Record
RandallRobertR. Jan 9 1948Mar 10 1999“Duke” – Horseshoe throwing pit with 2 intertwined ringer horseshoesNot included on 1941 DAR Record
ReedJaneL. 27 Sep 183516 Oct 1908“Mother”
ReedLizzie04 Aug 185910 Nov 1862D of J.P. & J.L. ReedNot included on 1941 DAR Record
ReedWilliamJ. 24 Mar 186315 Sep 1895
ReidJonathanHenry10 Jan 182314 Nov 18491941 DAR Record shows first name as “Johnathan”
ReidNelsonW. 26 Sep 182629 Jul 1850In memory of – Aged 23y 10m 3d
RichardsonEllaE. 18571933Not included on 1941 DAR Record
RichardsonHiramM. 18 Aug 185521 Nov 1890Stone etching difficult to read on dates
RobertsonWilliamW. 23 Oct 183528 Dec 19021941 DAR record did not provided middle initial and had death day as 29.
RogersClaudeD. 18861939Not included on 1941 DAR Record
RogersElizabethA. Oct 26 1924Oct 28 1924SS Mary A. Rogers - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
RogersMaryA. Jan 1 1926Jan 5 1926SS Elizabeth A. Rogers - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
RogersZellahI. 18881947Not included on 1941 DAR Record
RollinsMary17421824Born County Omuir, IrelandAll information except name is from the 1941 DAR record, crypt is badly weathered. 1941 DAR record has last name as Rollings.
RutherfordAlexander26 Dec 1861Aged 57yNot included on 1941 DAR Record
RutherfordSamuelMc. 04 May 1862Aged 23yNot included on 1941 DAR Record
SchafferLouisa02 Feb 183613 Jul 1905W of KonradOn 1941 DAR record, no stone identified
SchneiderBarbaraVoelker16 Jan 182220 Nov 1900“His wife” W of Paul Schneider - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
SchneiderPaul20 Mar 182618 Oct 1900
SchreiberMaryG. 15 Feb 185926 Sep 1925W of HenryOn 1941 DAR record, no stone identified
SedamJesseE. Jul 9 1914Jan 4 1988“Pete”
SedamSaraM. Apr 15 1920Sep 22 1997
SeeEllen07 Sep 184827 Mar 1926W of J.H. SeeOn 1941 DAR record, no stone identified
SeeJamesH. 12 Dec 184402 Apr 1926On 1941 DAR record, no stone identified
ShawAlexander21 Feb 1878Aged 74yNot included on 1941 DAR Record
ShawMargaret08 Jan 1876W of Alexander Shaw – Aged 71y
ShawWilliamT. 15 Mar 1876S of A & M Shaw – Aged 28y
SheerarBarbara02 Sep 1871W of Wm. Sheerar – In the 68th y of her ageSS William Sheerar
SheerarWilliam17 Mar 179409 Apr 1878SS Barbara Sheerar – 1941 DAR record shows death year as 1873
SipeJohnA. 24 Jul 183830 Jan 1863S of W & M.J. Sipe – Aged 24y 6m 6dSeveral lines of etching have been weathered beyond recognition
SipeMaryJ. 01 Jan 181914 Jul 1875W of Wm J. Sipe1941 DAR record has birth day as 2
SipeWilliamJ. 01 Oct 181411 Aug 1876Not included on 1941 DAR Record
SkirvinGlennaJuneDec 8 1943Jun 24 1994“Mother” – Two red roses with green stems etched into the stone
SliderAlbert18491929SS Hariett Slider - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
SliderHariett18561961SS Albert Slider – the dates appear to be as transcr-ibed, making Hariett 105 at her death
SmithMarthaE. 17 Mar 1812D of W. & Eliza Smith – Aged 1y 2m 6d – “The pride of the parents heart” Not included on 1941 DAR Record
SmockDavidR. 18 Dec 183008 Aug 1862“In defense of our country at Fredericksburgh, VA” – “Also an Infant son & two twin daughters”
SmockInfant sonOn same stone with David R. Smock - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
SmockTwin daughtersOn same stone with David R. Smock - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
StewartMargaretJ. W of R.F. StewartStone too badly weathered to read – one date looks like it might be Oct 1, 1888 but unable to tell if it is birth or death date. - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
SutherlandJohnA. 18521935Not included on 1941 DAR Record
SutherlandMaryB. 18551930
SutherlandMinnieB. Sep 3 1876Aug 23 1961SS Rhoda A. Sutherland
SutherlandRhodaA. Oct 13 1890Apr 10 1975SS Minnie B. Sutherland
SwanAlexander21 Feb 1878Age 74yOn 1941 DAR record, no stone identified
SwanAndrew02 Apr 181208 Sep 1850S of John & Mary SwanNot included on 1941 DAR Record
SwanCharlotte01 Feb 183804 Feb 1862D of John & Mary Swan
SwanEmmaO. 18621954SS Sarah A. Swan
SwanInfant09 May 188609 May 1886S of R.H. & E.O. SwanSS John W. Swan, Mattie L. Swan and Robert H. Swan - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
SwanJohn09 Apr 179117 Jul 1861
SwanJohnW. 05 Mar 188127 Dec 1885S of R.H. & M.L. SwanSS Infant son Swan, Mattie L. Swan and Robert H. Swan - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
SwanMargaret23 Feb 183407 Mar 1862D of John & Mary Swan
SwanMartha10 Oct 184523 Dec 1873D of John & Mary R. Swan – “But the faith of the just is as a shining light which shineth more and more unto the perfect day” Not included on 1941 DAR Record
SwanMaryE. 13 Nov 180608 Jan 1868W of John Swan
SwanMaryJ. 28 May 186712 Oct 1880Only child of Thomas & Sarah A. SwanNot included on 1941 DAR Record
SwanMattieL. 10 Nov 185826 Mar 1884W of J.H. SwanSS John W. Swan, Infant son Swan and Robert H. Swan - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
SwanNancy22 Feb 184014 May 1858D of John & Mary SwanNot included on 1941 DAR Record
SwanRobertH. 15 Jun 184810 Aug 1931SS John W. Swan, Infant son Swan and Mattie L. Swan - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
SwanSarahA. 18441917W of Thos T. SwanSS Emma O. Swan
SwanThomasT. 25 Aug 182907 Dec 1868
TaitCharlesJ. 18371912SS Susan F. Tait
TaitSusanF. 18411925“His wife” SS Charles J. Tait – 1941 DAR record indicates maiden name “Morton”
TaylorAliaD of Wm. D. & Nancy Mc. TaylorSS Jane A, Wm. D. and Nancy Taylor. No dates etched. - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
TaylorAnnH. 08 Oct 1874A native of Rosburyshire, Scotland – Aged 72y
TaylorAnnHenry17 May 184208 Nov 1847D of Cranston & Charlotte TaylorMarker is a cast metal tombstone with a small lamb. - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
TaylorAnnS. 08 Feb 180417 May 1878In memory of – W of Robert Taylor
TaylorEllen24 Jan 1838In her 77yStone on same concrete base as Robert Taylor.
TaylorInfant20 Jul 186412 Aug 1864S of John S. & Eliza TaylorNot included on 1941 DAR Record
TaylorInfant10 Jul 187523 Aug 1875S of G. & E.H. TaylorNot included on 1941 DAR Record
TaylorJaneA. D of Wm. D. & Nancy Mc. TaylorSS Alia, Wm. D. and Nancy Taylor. No dates etched. - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
TaylorMargaretJanetAged 2y 11mNo dates etched - Stone on same concrete base as Nancy T. Brown, Nancy Taylor and Sarah Ellen Taylor - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
TaylorNancyAged 9mNo dates etched -Stone on same concrete base as Nancy T. Brown, Sarah Ellen Taylor and Margaret Janet Taylor - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
TaylorNancy26 Sep 1864In the 85y of her ageStone is on the same long concrete base as Thomas Taylor
TaylorNancyMc. SS Jane A, Alia and Wm. D. Taylor. No dates etched. - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
TaylorRobert03 Dec 1848in the 88th yStone on same concrete base as Ellen Taylor. 1941 DAR record has death year as 1818
TaylorRobertJul 180011 Oct 1872In memory of - born in Roxburyshire, ScotlandThere was no day etched for birth date.
TaylorSarahEllenAged 3y 6mNo dates etched - Stone on same concrete base as Nancy T. Brown, Nancy Taylor and Margaret Janet Taylor - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
TaylorThomas11 Apr 1860In the 81 y of his ageStone is on the same long concrete base as Nancy Taylor – 1941 DAR record has death year as 1861
Taylor, M.D. Wm. D. “and his wife” SS Jane A, Alia and Nancy Taylor. No dates etched. - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
ThompsonAlexG. 08 Aug 180712 Oct 1886SS Sarah A. and William F. Thompson
ThompsonAlexander22 Jul 1833In the 62y of his age
ThompsonElizabeth14 Apr 1890Aged 86yNot included on 1941 DAR Record
ThompsonIsabellaElder28 Feb 1858W of Alex Thompson – Aged 38yEtching has eroded away where age is – 1941 DAR record has first name as “Esabell” and provided 38 years
ThompsonJohnElder14 Aug 1826Aged 27y 1m 28d1941 DAR record did not provide middle name
ThompsonJohnH. 25 Jul 184522 Nov 1846S of Alexander C. & Sarah Thompson – Aged 1y 3m 27dNot included on 1941 DAR Record
ThompsonMarthaE. 30 Sep 184009 Feb 19191941 DAR record has the following b: May 21 1851; d: Apr 23 1900
ThompsonMaryB. 21 Nov 185223 Apr 19021941 DAR record has middle initial as E and birth month as May.
ThompsonMaryJane17 Apr 184307 Feb 1846D of Alexander & Sarah Thompson – Aged 2y 9m 20dNot included on 1941 DAR Record
ThompsonRobert08 Jan 1872Aged 71y
ThompsonSarahA. 09 Nov 181723 Apr 1900SS William F. and Alex G. Thompson
ThompsonWilliamF. 26 Apr 1865“Lost on the Sultana” – Aged 17ySS Sarah A. and Alex G. Thompson – 1941 DAR record did not provide middl initial
TilleyBessieMae19171952Not included on 1941 DAR Record
TilleyLeoraJane18931953Not included on 1941 DAR Record
Tilley, Sr. WilliamN. Dec 27 1896May 24 1987Farm scene etched into stone, Tractor etched in stone with “Farmer” underneathNot included on 1941 DAR Record
Voelker? 15 Jan 182220 Nov 1900On 1941 DAR record, no stone identified
WassonMary14 Feb 1852W of Richard Wasson – Aged 55y 7m 4d
WassonRichardB. 03 Apr 183508 Dec 1863“Died in Brown General Hospital ? (city name ?), NYThe stone is broken, badly weathered and the hospital name and city are all but gone
WatsonElizabeth07 Mar 1844In the 70th y of her ageStone is on the same long concrete base as William Watson
WatsonJ. B. Stone is on the same long concrete base as Margaret E. and William W. Watson - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
WatsonMargaretE. 21 Oct 1849Stone is broken and stuck in base – it is on the same long concrete base as J.B.W. and William W. Watson - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
WatsonWilliam15 Apr 1852In the 76th y of his ageStone is on the same long concrete base as Elizabeth Watson
WatsonWilliamS. 27 Feb 1866In the 53rd y of his age1941 DAR record did not provide middle initial
WatsonWilliamW. 29 Sep 1851In the 4th y of his ageStone is on the same long concrete base as Margaret E. and J. B. Watson - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
WeberAnna14 Jan 1897“Born in Department Mosel, Loraine, France” - Aged 52y – W of Battus Weber
WeinmannFredrickH. 18731966SS Katherine J. Weinmann
WeinmannGotfred08 Dec 188131 Jan 1885There is a 4 line etching but mostly gone: “. . . mercy has called thee home.” Stone is badly weathered, broken in 4 pieces away from base. - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
WeinmannKatherineJ. 18731950SS Fredrick H. Weinmann
WeinmannKonrad25 Jun 183415 Sep 1904On 1941 DAR record, no stone identified
WellsElizabethD. 25 Mar 180402 Apr 1864W of Samuel B. WellsStone broken & mended – remainder is unreadable.
WhitsittJ. Elizabeth19111914“Children” SS: Schuyler A. Whitsitt, M.D., Margaret Crosby Whitsitt, and William C. Whitsitt - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
WhitsittMargaretCrosby18741936“His wife” SS: Schuyler A.Whitsitt, M.D., William C. Whitsitt and J. Elizabeth Whitsitt - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
WhitsittWilliamC. 19091909“Children” SS: Schuyler A. Whitsitt, M.D., Margaret Crosby Whitsitt, and J. Elizabeth Whitsitt - Not included on 1941 DAR Record
Whitsitt, M.D. SchuylerA. 18691961SS: Margaret Crosby Whitsitt, William C. Whitsitt and J. Elizabeth Whitsitt
WhittakerErnestineL. Apr 28 1926“Sleep Peacefully” Not included on 1941 DAR Record
WilsonEmlyM. Maxwell 25 Jul 181909 Oct 1853W of Rev. James A. WilsonOn 1941 DAR record is duplicated as Emily M. Maxwell
WyneCoraBellOct 16 1916Mar 11 1987SS Nicholas Ted Wyne
WyneNicholasTedJan 6 1907Sep 15 1973SS Cora Bell Wyne

COMMENTS:
The following stones were found but could not be accurately identified:

  1. 4 Corner Stones:  L             L             Found between William N. Tilley Sr. and Jesse E. Sedam
                                    J              J

  2. Small stone between Dennis Troy Poling and Darrell R. Poling – inscription reads “PARK”.  It does not appear there is enough space for a grave there – perhaps 3 inches on each side of the stone to the other stones.

  3. Two small corner stones – “M” – beside James K. Millican

  4. Large stone with the name MATTHEWS and no other inscription

  5. Small stone – no apparent name inscription – to the left of Ella Richardson – “Grandma”

  6. Small stone – “Infant”, to the left of Grace Lytle

  7. There is a small white stone with all etching gone – it is beside Harriet J. Adams

  8. There is a small gray stone with all etching gone – it is between the William Matthews stone and the James Matthews stone.

  9. Large stone turned sideways with the name HAMILTON and no other inscription – stones of Martha, James, Mary Ann, Jane Harper, Jane, Mary, John and William all lead to the large stone.

  10. Stone broken off base, pedestal type with “Holy Bible” etched in book on top – no names or dates appear to have ever been engraved on the stone.

  11. There is a small stone to the left of Elenbaas that says “Mother”

  12. There is a stone between John A. Baird and Jane Park – the name has been broken off and most of the remaining stone is unreadable – “W of William -------“

  13. There is a stone between Joseph Park and Samuel Hutchings – all that is readable of the stone is Margaret J.

  14. There is a piece of fieldstone stuck in the ground to the left of Joseph A. Lyle – no visible markings.

  15. Badly weathered stone – only etching visible is Died Jan 27 1862 and the date is a “best guess”.  The stone is to the left of Thomas Taylor.

  16. Small stone – “M.H.P.A.” – Assumed to mark Mary Herron Pollock Arnott’s grave – it is to the right of Rev. Moses and Mary Arnott combined stone.

  17. Stone with initials E.C., died Aug 13, 1852, aged 1 month.  There is no last name on the stone but it is located to the right of Francis M. Cavett’s stone.

  18. Stone broken, only bottom remains with no information.  It is located between Ann H. Taylor and Margaret Crawford

  19. Stone broken, name gone:  Born Nov ?? 1814, Died Oct 27 1891.  Stone located between Margaret J. Crawford and Alexander B. Clegg

  20. Stone broken, badly weathered, unable to decipher any etchings.  Stone located between James Loughran and George Hanning.

  21. Crypt with all etching gone due to extreme weathering.  Located between Margaret Morrow Fulton and Margaret Irvin

  22. Stone with only first name readable – Nellie – all other etching eroded away.  Stone is between Mary Ann DeHaven Crawford and Robert Currie

  23. Broken stone, only base remains stuck in ground – located between Mary Wasson and Martha E. Smith

  24. Field stone – no visible markings – stone located by Samuel R. Mills

  25. Another field stone – no visible markings – stone located between previous field stone and small square stone Wiley

  26. Small square stone Wiley – no other etchings 

KEY:  SS = Same Stone, W = Wife, S = Son, D = Daughter, y = years, m = months, d = days