“OLD” BETHEL CEMETERY

Sec. 24-3-9

Hanover Township
Jefferson County, Indiana

July 2001 Survey – done by Vivian L. (McDonald) Shatley

LAST NAMEFIRSTMIDDLEBORNDIEDINSCRIPTION(S)COMMENTS
AlbeeD. M. Co K 6th Ind InfNo dates given
BaylorDave18541934On same stone as Mary Baylor – Not on 1941 DAR List
BaylorMary18601940On same stone as Dave Baylor– Not on 1941 DAR List
BonnerMartha09 Aug 1870W of H.G. Bonner – In the 42d year of her ageStone stuck in ground and badly weathered – 1941 DAR List shows “age 41 yrs”
BronnerRhoda188819—(no date) On same stone as George Royce, Clara Royce and T.P. Bronner– Not on 1941 DAR List
BronnerT. P. 18631936On same stone as George Royce, Clara Royce and Rhoda Bronner– Not on 1941 DAR List
BrutherBerthaM. 01 Sep 187919 Jan 1951His wifeOn same stone as Chas. E. Bruther– Not on 1941 DAR List
BrutherCaleb03 Nov 183231 Dec 1906Aged 74y 2m – “At Rest” “Father” “Mother” On same stone as Emily Bruther
BrutherChas. ?. Appears there was a middle initial but can’t be sure – no dates etched– Not on 1941 DAR List
BrutherChas. E. 04 Nov 188115 Feb 1922On same stone as Bertha M. Bruther– Not on 1941 DAR List
BrutherDaveT. 18871946
BrutherElizabeth18721964On same stone as Jesse F. Bruther
BrutherEllaG. 18771952
BrutherEmily22 Mar 184219 Dec 1922His wife – “At Rest” “Father” “Mother” On same stone as Caleb Bruther
BrutherEvaMae19081941Not on 1941 DAR List
BrutherJesseF. 18671950On same stone as Elizabeth Bruther
BrutherM. Frances18931940Not on 1941 DAR List
BrutherMattieM. 27 Jul 187225 Apr 1926W of Omer Bruther
BrutherOmer18711958
BrutherW. W. 18721950
ByersMaryH. No other etching present on stone
CarsonGeorgeM. 18 Apr 185303 Jan 1914“Here rests a woodman of the world” – “Dum Tacet Glamat”
CarsonJames27 Oct 185025 Jan 1874On same stone as Maggie I. Carson, Mary A. Hudson, John R. Carson, Thos. M. Carson and Mary R. Carson. This stone is in the middle of a briar thicket!
CarsonJohnR. 04 Aug 184813 Aug 1870On same stone as Maggie I. Carson, Mary A. Hudson, James Carson, Thos. M. Carson and Mary R. Carson. This stone is in the middle of a briar thicket! – 1941 DAR List shows middle initial as B.
CarsonMaggieI. 15 Nov 185705 Dec 1875On same stone as Mary A. Hudson, John R. Carson, James Carson, Thos. M. Carson and Mary R. Carson. This stone is in the middle of a briar thicket! – 1941 DAR List shows name as Margaret L. and birth year as 1851.
CarsonMaryR. 14 Sep 182205 Jan 1897On same stone as Maggie I. Carson, Mary A. Hudson, John R. Carson, James Carson and Thos. M. Carson. This stone is in the middle of a briar thicket!
CarsonThos. M. 19 Mar 182614 Aug 1876On same stone as Maggie I. Carson, Mary A. Hudson, John R. Carson, James Carson and Mary R. Carson. This stone is in the middle of a briar thicket!
CraigmyleGertrudeM. 21 Feb 191522 Mar 191(9) Darling children of G.L. & H.A. CraigmyleStone is chipped where last digit of year is located. On same stone as Gurnsey L. Craigmyle – Not on 1941 DAR List
CraigmyleGurnsey18901972On same stone as Hazel Craigmyle – Not on 1941 DAR List
CraigmyleGurnseyL. 17 Apr 191804 Aug 1918Darling children of G.L. & H.A. CraigmyleOn same stone as Gertrude M. Craigmyle – Not on 1941 DAR List
CraigmyleHazel18901958On same stone as Gurnsey Craigmyle – Not on 1941 DAR List
DaughtertyMotherNo datesNo datesOn 1941 DAR List – no stone identified
DavisArtieBell19121962
DavisWilliamJ. 14 Sep 190428 Mar 1959
GordonAlbert25 Aug 185322 Oct 1855Children of C.L. & M. GordonOn same stone as Maria M. Gordon – Not on 1941 DAR List
GordonAnnieD. 19 Aug 1864Aged 10m 29dNot on 1941 DAR List
GordonCharlesL. 09 Mar 182310 Oct 1885Stone badly weathered
GordonEliza30 Jan 1908Aged 87y 6m 27d
GordonElla02 Dec 185905 Mar 1888D of Wm. M. & Eliza Gordon
GordonHarvey02 Jan 186303 Oct 1863S of C.L. & M. GordonStone badly weathered, etching almost gone – Not on 1941 DAR List
GordonJamesA. 21 Oct 1850Aged 3m 4dNot on 1941 DAR List
GordonJennieLee18751933Not on 1941 DAR List
GordonMariaM. 17 Jan 185213 Oct 1854Children of C.L. & M. GordonOn same stone as Albert Gordon – Not on 1941 DAR List
GordonMary23 Apr 182414 Jun 1880W of C.L. GordonStone badly weathered, etching almost gone
GordonMelvinaR. 29 Dec 185726 Jul 1875Stone badly weathered, etching almost gone – 1941 DAR List shows middle initial B.
GordonNannie04 May 185023 May 1896His wifeOn same stone as William H. Gordon
GordonWilliamH. 20 Jun 184414 Apr 1922Co. I, 137th Ind InfOn same stone as Nannie Gordon
GordonWilliamM. 02 May 1873Aged 59y 8m 25d1941 DAR List shows death year as 1973
GrahamJames09 Feb 1840In the 57th y of his ageStone broken from base – lying flat
GuinnAngeline09 Nov 185606 Mar 1919“Mother” – W of Leu Guinn1941 DAR Listing shows surname as Gunn – also did not include month/day of death
HilandsElizabethW. 18671921Not on 1941 DAR List
HudsonMaryA. 01 Apr 186002 Jun 1889On same stone as Maggie I. Carson, John R. Carson, James Carson, Thos. M. Carson and Mary R. Carson. This stone is in the middle of a briar thicket!
HumesAndyM. 16 Nov 188629 Nov 1973
HumesAuvaStuart Hoffman19791979
HumesBarbara18931973
HumesBenjaminFranklin18891974Masonic EmblemOn same stone as Clara B. Humes
HumesClaraB. 18971960OES EmblemOn same stone as Benjamin Franklin Humes
HumesEugeneM. 18911947
HumesHoraceWilliam19221952
HumesIdaB. 19 Jan 188103 Jan 1882D of J.M. & N.M. HumesStone is broken and propped up beside base – Not on 1941 DAR List
HumesMaggie13 Feb 188506 Jul 1976
HumesMatthew18521943On same stone as Nancy Humes
HumesNancy18581940On same stone as Matthew Humes – Not on 1941 DAR List
HumesSamuelJ. 17 May 192606 Oct 1978“Love Annie”
HumesWilliamCarl25 Jan 192316 Jun 1966Indiana Tec5 1357 Engr Dump Trk Co. World War II
JohnsonSarahA. 08 Oct 188527 Nov 1900D of C & A.M. Johnson – “our loved one” Not on 1941 DAR List
JonesDorothyI. 08 Dec 190629 Oct 1965“Daughter” On same stone as Ira Markus Jones and Lydia Mann Jones
JonesIraMarkus13 Mar 187603 Apr 1946“Father” On same stone as Dorothy I. Jones and Lydia Mann Jones
JonesLydiaMann24 Oct 187820 Sep 1977“Mother” On same stone as Dorothy I. Jones and Ira Markus Jones
LanhamLolaGertrude06 May 191611 Sep 1916“Darling we miss thee” Not on 1941 DAR List
LawsonAnnaM. 30 Dec 186608 Sep 1888D of Wm A. & L.A. Lawson1941 DAR List did not include middle initial
LawsonLauraA. 23 May 186814 Sep 1869D of Wm A & L.A. LawsonNot on 1941 DAR List
LawsonLucyA. 18421910On same stone as William A. Lawson
LawsonWilliamA. 18411901On same stone as Lucy A. Lawson
LeeAmandaJ. 18471932On same stone as William L. Lee – Not on 1941 DAR List
LeeGracie24 Feb 1882Aged 8y 6m 25dStone is badly weathered, there could have been another digit before the 8 yrs – or it could have been just spacing – Not on 1941 DAR List
LeeHenryP. 07 Sep 179910 Aug 1874On same stone as Jennet Lee”
LeeInfant 14 Feb 187822 Mar 1878S of W.L. & A. LeeNot on 1941 DAR List
LeeJennet03 Apr 181008 Dec 1896His wifeOn same stone as Henry P. Lee” – 1941 DAR List shows first name as “Jennett” and shows day of birth as 9.
LeeL. Wilmer31 Oct 1881Aged 36y 28d1941 DAR list shows age as 35 yrs
LeeMaryJudith Reed17 Feb 1839Aged 26y 6m 6d – Consort of Henry P. Lee – D of William & Sarah ReedStone broken from base and lying flat – 1941 DAR List did not include maiden name Reed and has death day as 16.
LeeWilliamL. 18411916On same stone as Amanda J. Lee
McClellanNey02 Jan 184821 Aug 1850“In memory of” – S of D.D. & M.A. McClellan – Aged 2y 7m 19dStone broken in 2 pieces, laying flat on ground – 1941 DAR List shows b/d dates as years only: 1849-1850
McDillJohn27 Jul 1840Age 31yOn 1941 DAR List, no stone identified
McMillanAgnes17 Apr 182618 Jan 18881941 DAR List shows day of death as 16
McMillanJas. 14 Aug 1836Age 7yOn 1941 DAR List, no stone identified
McMillanJohn02 Nov 1846Aged 67yOn same concrete base as Rev. George McMillan, Mary McMillan and an unknown person (all that remains is the indent where a stone would have been
McMillanMary07 Sep 179021 Sep 1855Consort of John McMillanOn same concrete base as Rev. George McMillan, John McMillan and an unknown person (all that remains is the indent where a stone would have been
McMillan, Rev. George29 Dec 1846Died in the 31st y of his age – “His last words were, let us go to sleep, let us go to sleep in God” On same concrete base as Mary McMillan, John McMillan and an unknown person (all that remains is the indent where a stone would have been
McMillenElizabeth27 Nov 1844In the 56y of her age1941 DAR List shows surname McMillan
McMillenJames01 Oct 1855In the 68y of his age1941 DAR List shows surname McMillan
MillerBenj. 09 Oct 178525 Jul 1862“Father & Mother” On same stone as Sarah Miller
MillerBenj. S. 24 Mar 183115 Dec 1864Not on 1941 DAR List
MillerBenjamin02 Nov 1846Age 67yOn 1941 DAR List, no stone identified
MillerSarah28 Jan 1786----- (no date) “Father & Mother” On same stone as Benj. Miller
MockFranzAnton05 Jan 178901 Jan 1862“Gebornen” – “Gesterber” German words for born and died? They appear before the birth and death dates respectively
MooreAnnie1856 1941 “John 3-16”
MooreDavid18141907On same stone as Martha J. Shannon Moore
MooreMarthaJ. Shannon18271901His wifeOn same stone as David Moore
MorelandAlbertaL. 18751973On same stone as Frank L. Moreland and on same long concrete base as Cecil T. Moreland
MorelandCecilT. 23 Oct 190230 Dec 1940On same long concrete base as Alberta L. and Frank L. Moreland stone – Not on 1941 DAR List
MorelandFrankL. 18741937On same stone as Alberta L. Moreland and on same long concrete base as Cecil T. Moreland – Not on 1941 DAR List
MorelandFrankRupert19 Feb 192018 Jul 1925Not on 1941 DAR List
MorelandMabelD. 17 Oct 188508 Jun 1983On same stone as Rupert L. Moreland
MorelandRupertL. 30 Mar 189619 Jan 1978On same stone as Mabel D. Moreland
MorelandVeraRuth05 Oct 192912 Dec 1929Not on 1941 DAR List
ParkElizabeth20 Mar 1871W of John Park – age 36yOn 1941 DAR List, no stone identified
ParkRobert182815 Apr 1888Husband of L.A. Park
ParkWilliamB. 06 Nov 185331 May 1872S of ElizabethOn 1941 DAR List, no stone identified
PattersonJames01 May 177714 Mar 18541941 DAR List shows birth day as 6
PattersonMargaret19 Sep 178005 Apr 1846W of Jas. Patterson
ReedAgnes28 Nov 182431 Mar 1905“Peace” – “Gone but not forgotten” 1941 DAR List shows birth year as 1834
ReedAnnieB. 18761913Not on 1941 DAR List
ReedBertieAged 3mNo dates etched – Not on 1941 DAR List
ReedCarrollAged 6mNo other etching – Not on 1941 DAR List
ReedCharlesH. 14 Aug 1849Infant S of Rev. D.R. & E. ReedStone badly weathered, etching almost gone – Not on 1941 DAR List
ReedCharlesHeber13 Aug 189114 Jan 19121941 DAR List shows only birth and death years
ReedDavid29 Apr 180831 Mar 1883On same stone as Elizabeth, Mary B. and Sahah Reed –1941 DAR List shows title of Rev. – not present on stone
ReedElizaJ. 13 Feb 183528 Apr 1908W of John B. Reed1941 DAR List shows middle name “Jane” – not present on stone
ReedElizabeth17 Aug 181603 Oct 1891W of David ReedOn same stone as David, Mary B. and Sahah Reed
ReedGeo. W. 01 Feb 185021 Jun 18821941 DAR List did not provide middle initial
ReedGeorgeC. 18431913On same stone as Mary A. Reed
ReedJane27 Oct 179725 Jul 1867Stone is badly weathered
ReedJohn18581868S of John B. ReedOn 1941 DAR List, no stone identified
ReedJohn03 May 179531 Jul 1873
ReedJohnB. 10 Nov 1808Aged ?9y 7m 23dStone is broken and laying flat, badly eroded by weather – Not on 1941 DAR List
ReedJohnB. 21 Dec 182703 Sep 18931941 DAR List shows birth info as 31 Dec 1839
ReedMargaret01 Jul 179403 May 1875W of John Reed1941 DAR List has the following dates: b – 13 Feb 1835 d – 28 Apr 1908
ReedMaryA. 18501924On same stone as George C. Reed
ReedMaryB. 31 Aug 185725 Jan 1920On same stone as David, Elizabeth and Sahah Reed – 1941 DAR List has middle initial as G and death day as 26.
ReedMaryElizabeth22 Nov 184513 Aug 1881W of Henry W. Reed
ReedMaryL. 07 Mar 182116 Oct 1878His wifeOn same stone as William Reed
ReedMaryM. 18601935On same stone as Matthew M. Reed – 1941 DAR List did not provide middle initial
ReedMatthewM. 18541933On same stone as Mary M. Reed
ReedSahah30 Dec 184609 Oct 1915On same stone as David, Elizabeth and Mary B. Reed – 1941 DAR List shows first name as Sarah and birth year as1845
ReedWalterE. 19 Oct 188514 Dec 19061941 DAR List shows birth year as 1834
ReedWilliam10 May 181716 Jul 1901On same stone as Mary L. Reed – 1941 DAR List shows first name as Williamn
ReedWilliam15 Aug 178010 Mar 1863Born –York Co., Pa Died – Jefferson Co., Ind1941 DAR List indicates “an Elder in Presbyterian church 54 yrs” and does not indicate death location.
ReedWilliamB. 25 Aug 1834Aged 24yThis is a crypt and the etching is badly weathered
ReedWilliamR. 24 Jul 186419 Feb 1905S of J.B. & Eliza Reed1941 DAR List did not provide middle initial
RichardsonJamesM. 18431919On same stone as Margaret J. Richardson – 1941 DAR List did not provide middle initial
RichardsonMargaretJ. 18451930His wifeOn same stone as James M. Richardson
RighthouseAnnieK. 28 Oct 186102 Feb 1875D of W.S. & M.M. RighthouseOn 1941 DAR List, no stone identified
RoseA. A. 18371917Not on 1941 DAR List
RossenMaryJ. 16 Jul 183021 Jul 1854W of A. RossenOn 1941 DAR List, no stone identified
RoyceClara186719-- (no date) On same stone as George Royce, Rhoda Bronner and T.P. Bronner – Not on 1941 DAR List
RoyceGeorge18711940On same stone as Clara Royce, Rhoda Bronner and T.P. Bronner – Not on 1941 DAR List
RutherfordAddie18591943
SaundersLeonard23 Feb 189221 Feb 1959Indiana Cpl Co. G 365 Infantry World War I
ShannonJohn24 Jan 1838Aged 44y near 8mStone is broken, top piece is missing.
ShannonAnn09 Sep 1847“In memory of” – Consort of Geo. Shannon – Aged 83y 4m 7d
ShannonElisabethS. 20 Feb 1875Aged 75y1941 DAR List shows first name as Elizabeth
ShannonElizabethGordon08 Oct 180922 Jan 1872W of Geo. Shannon
ShannonFranklin01 Dec 184316 May 1924On same stone as Laura J. Shannon
ShannonGeo. PA. Mil. Rev. War
ShannonGeorge09 Dec 1841“In memory of” - Aged 10y 1m 1d1941 DAR List shows Aged 19 yrs”
ShannonInfant daughter22 Jul 185201 Aug 1852D of Geo & Elizabeth ShannonNot on 1941 DAR List
ShannonInfant son16 Jan 183825 Feb 1838S of George & Elizabeth Shannon – Aged 40dNot on 1941 DAR List
ShannonJamesAndrew31 May 183(5) Aged 11mYear of death is eroded – last digit is best guess – Not on 1941 DAR List
ShannonJohn18881892On same stone as Markie Shannon – Not on 1941 DAR List
ShannonJohnWorth03 Nov 1854Aged 21y 5mNot on 1941 DAR List
ShannonLauraJ. 05 Aug 185510 Nov 1922His wifeOn same stone as Franklin Shannon” – 1941 DAR List indicates maiden name of Carson – not on stone
ShannonMarkie18931896On same stone as John Shannon – Not on 1941 DAR List
ShannonMarthaAnn22 Apr 1841“In memory of” - Aged 16y 3m 14d
ShannonMarthaS. 18271901On 1941 DAR List, no stone identified
ShannonThomas16 Aug 1868Aged 73 years
Shannon, Sen. Geo. 07 Feb 178805 Sep 1863Aged 75y 6m 28d
Shannon, Sen. GeorgeMar 175905 Dec 1840Aged 81y near 9m – “In memory of” No day given for birth. 1941 DAR shows birth year as 1752 and death year as 1844
SmithIsaac02 May 1920Age 31yOn 1941 DAR List, no stone identified
SmithJaneW. 18 Jul 187919 Mar 1964
SmithJudithAnn17 Aug 194807 Jun 1967“Our beloved daughter”
Smith, Sr. CharlesK. 13 Jan 194729 Mar 1970“Son and Father”
SmythBenjamin05 Jun 176926 Mar 1844In the 75th y of his ageStone broken from base and lying flat
SmythMargaretJ. 14 Oct 183023 May 1897On same stone as William B. Smyth
SmythMary14 Sep 179304 Jul 1841In the 48th y of her age1941 DAR List included a middle initial “L” – not present on stone
SmythWilliamB. 03 Oct 182817 Jan 1902On same stone as Margaret J. Smyth – Not on 1941 DAR List
SpearJane17 Jan 176803 Oct 1853
SpryTonyCarl23 May 1914Aged 20yNot on 1941 DAR List
StaffordDarius18491926On same stone as Martha J. Stafford – Not on 1941 DAR List
StaffordMarthaJ. 18441924On same stone as Darius Stafford – Not on 1941 DAR List
SutherlandIsabella01 Feb 1890W of Floyd Sutherland – Aged 61y 8m 10d
SutherlandJohnL. 19131967On same stone as Virgie L. Sutherland
SutherlandMildredG. 17 Jun 190406 Feb 1919D of Geo. N. & Minnie SutherlandNot on 1941 DAR List
SutherlandSadaM. 01 May 188316 Feb 1919W of Wm A. Sutherland – “At Rest” Not on 1941 DAR List
SutherlandVirgieL. 19141997On same stone as John L. Sutherland
SutherlandWilliamA. 21 May 188302 Jul 1969
SutherlandWilliamP. 09 Aug 1872S of F. & Bell Sutherland – Aged 17y 9m 9dStone badly weathered – 1941 DAR List indicates middle initial of “H”
TaylorElizaS. 18391922His wifeOn same stone as John S. Taylor – 1941 DAR List did not include middle initial
TaylorJohnS. 18321903On same stone as Eliza S. Taylor
TaylorJohnS. 18721933
TolbertChristinaA. 01 Nov 184711 Oct 1878W of M. F. Tolbert
TolbertMatthewF. 08 Jan 184116 Oct 1878
TolbertTyrus07 Apr 187516 Jul 1905
WakefieldLorettaE. 19051974On same stone as Willard Totten Wakefield
WakefieldWillardTotten19031964On same stone as Loretta E. Wakefield
WalkerGeorgeShannon01 Dec 187215 Sep 1873Not on 1941 DAR List
WalkerGeorgeW. 25 Sep 183608 Dec 1911
WalkerHesterS. 184119211941 DAR List did not include middle initial
WestCarolineFrances30 Mar 183708 Jul 1911W of James A. West – “Isaiah XI – 31” NOTE: There is no verse 31 in Chapter 11 of Isaiah
WestJamesA. 18 Dec 182919 Apr 1862
WilhelmGeorge09 May 1817Born in Fayette Co. PANo death date given – 1941 DAR List did not include birth day but did list a death year of 1834
WilhelmLydiaG. 20 Sep 182024 Feb 1890Born in Westmoreland Co. PA – W of G. Wilhelm1941 DAR List shows middle initial as “C” and did not include birth place
WoodardDavidB. 20 Oct 180009 Apr 1882On same stone as Eleanor M. Woodard
WoodardEleanorM. 14 Jan 180612 Oct 1877On same stone as David B. Woodard
WoodardJamesW. 26 May 184120 Sep 1866S of D.B. & Eleanor WoodwardOn 1941 DAR List, no stone identified
YatesLeolaLee12 Mar 189720 Jan 1971

COMMENTS:  The following stones were found but could not be accurately identified:
1)            Small stone “SMITH”, no other etching – located to the left of Judith Ann Smith
2)            Two fieldstones next to each other – following Lydia Mann Jones stone
3)            Stone with no markings, live Yucca plants surrounding it – left of Jane W. Smith stone
4)            Small stone “Mother”, no other etching – located to the left of Artie Bell Davis stone
5)            Small stone, no etching – approximately 40 feet to the left of Stafford stone – by itself at the end of a row
6)            Two field stones, no other markings located by “Mother Daugherty” stone
7)            “Mother Daugherty” stone – no other etching – located by Nancy & Matthew Humes stone
8)            Fieldstone between Barbara E. Humes and Angeline Guinn stones
9)            There are 7 stones in a row with only the bases present – located between Horace William Humes and Ida B. Humes
10)          The 6th row from the left of the cemetery consists of the following stones:
                                Stone  - base only
                                Stone – base only
                                G.E.W. with no other etching on stone
                                Field stone
                                Field stone
                                White stone stuck in ground – no etchings appear to have ever been present
11)          “James W.” – last name unreadable; Sept 20 1866 – can not determine if this is birth or death date; all other etching is gone.  Stone is located between Caroline Frances West and David B. Woodard stones.
12)          Small stone with G.W.R. – no other etching, located beside Christina A. Tolbert
13)          Stone base only – located by Matthew & Mary Reed stone
14)          Stone stuck in ground (formed stone – not fieldstone) – no etching visible, located by George M. Carson
15)          Stone base only – located between Carson stone and Wakefield stone
16)          The following stones appear as head or foot stones of the large Carson stone with all their names etched:
                                Mary A. no other etching
                                Maggie I. Carson
                                James Carson
                                John R. Carson
17)          Relatively new grave – still a slight mound indicating ground has not completely settled – no marker from funeral home or stone erected as yet.
18)          Stone gone – base remains – located next to Annie Moore stone.
19)          Stone with “John W.” and no other etching – located next to John Worth Shannon stone
20)          James A. – no other etching – located next to Jane Spear stone
21)          M.J.S. – no other etching – located by John S. Taylor stone
22)          Stone base only – located between Mattie M. Bruther and Rev. George McMillan stones
23)          Stone missing from concrete base – located with Rev. George McMillan, Mary McMillan and John McMillan
24)          After the McMillan concrete base there are 3 more stone bases with no stones.  On the middle base is etched “Mother”
25)          Concrete stone with top broken off – no etching visible – between Martha Bonner and William H. Gordon stones.
26)          Small stone – etching looks like “MAMA” and stone is chipped so there may have been etching before the Mama – appears to have been broken off from base at the right of the Maria M. & Albert Gordon stone.
27)          Fieldstone – located between David Reed (et al) stone and Charles H. Reed stone
28)          In the row before several of the Reed stones, there are 5 stones in a row with the following etchings:
                                MJR       JCR        SR           BSR        MAR
29)          Stone broken, only top piece present – “Martha” “Charlotte” “Children of” – located by Henry P. Lee stone – 1941 DAR List identifies last name as Rankin and children of Wm. T. & Eliza C. Rankin (no dates noted on 1941 list)
30)          Stone with 3 names listed but no other etching – “Willie” “George” “Kittie” – located not far from Henry P. Lee stone
31)          Fieldstone – located at the end of row containing Henry P. Lee stone
32)          Stone base only – located beginning of row containing Bertie Reed stone
33)          Tall column, stone broken & laying on ground, too heavy to move but only etching visible is “MARTHA” – located by Bertie Reed stone
34)          Broken stone with no etching visible – located by Benj. S. Miller stone
35)          Stone with “G ????” – all other etching weathered away – located by William P. Sutherland stone
36)          Two fieldstones in same row as Franz Anton Mock stone – quite some distance away from his stone
37)          There is a large column stone to the left of Matthew M. Reed stone, completely overgrown with vines and brambles.  I had actually missed the stone on my first visit due to the dense overgrowth.
38)          There are two large groupings of day lilies growing in the row with Franz Anton Mock stone – no stones visible but it appears the flowers have been planted in memory of loved ones.

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