This cemetery is now as complete as
Records are from walking this cemetery to record headstone
inscriptions by JanMarie and Cathy Knauff on Aug. 23, 1999,
then again July 25, 2000. There were some headstones that were unreadable,
also places that appeared to be unmarked graves.
Some of the burial updates are from a record book kept by the Town of Caroline until Nov. of 1959.
This record book listed Name, death date, place of burial. When used it is so noted.
In this town record this burial place is named Lane Cemetery, White Chapel, White Church, and Hoose Cemetery.
||Notes: Please use as a guide only!|
|Rice, Polly H.,||1819 - 1901||[Mother we miss
thee] A Polly Stevens married a Henry Rice, by Jacob Willsey on
Dec. 25, 1840.
|Rice, Mary M.,||d. July 5, 1884 age 36 yrs.||Gone but not forgotten|
|Rice, Joel||d. June 10, 1928||burial per Town of Caroline death and burial records. No headstone was found for this person.|
|Eravy, Reuben||1878 - 1914||Reuben J. Ervay died Nov. 21, 1914 (per Town of Caroline death and burial records for the years of 1914-1958)|
|Eravy, Clinton||1902 - 1906||-|
|Eravy, Mamie||1875 - 1960||mother of Vern
Eravy. Mamie had a twin sister Ida who married Charlie Foote.
|Eravy, Vern||1905 - 1941||found in the Town of Caroline death and burial records, Clayton Vern Ervay, died May 17, 1941, believe this to be the same person.|
|Parker, Dwain E.||1870 - 1943||Dwain Edward, Sept 12, 1870 died July 18, 1943, per Town of Caroline death and burial records.|
|Parker, Cora S. his wife||1870 - 1939||Per Town of Caroline,
Mrs. Cora Parker died Aug. 28, 1939, burial-Lane Cemetery. Cora
Schooley, born June 13, 1870, died Aug. 28th 1939, married Dec. 23, 1897
|Austin, Sylvester||died July 8, 1850
aged 65 yrs., 1 mo., 20 dys.
|When sinking in the arms
he raised his eye, And calmly yielded up his breath,For Joys above the
sky. (Per the diary of Jacob Willsey, Silvester Austin died July
8, 1850, aged 65 yrs., he died quite sudden, buried the 9th)
wife of Sylvester Austin,
|died April 19, 1849 aged 58 yrs.||Sarah North, daughter of Oresimus & Jane (Merryhugh) North|
d/o Sylvester & Sarah Austin
|died May 16, 1836
aged 15 yrs., 2 months 8 dys
|Note: slightly different
AUSTIN, Lovina, d/o Sylvester & Sarah AUSTIN d. Aug. 16, 1838 ae 15yr
|Austin, Sarah C.,
wife of Ambrose Austin,
|died April 27,
aged 28 yrs., 7 months 16 dys.
|b. Sept 11, 1824, dau. of Andrew & Elizabeth (Cheeseman) Hamilton - Ambrose was born 12 Feb 1821 died 17 Dec 1899 in Hazelton, Shiawassee Co, MI. He married 2nd to Matilda A. Battiece in 1864|
|Austin, Vinson L.,
s/o Ambrose & Sarah C. Austin
|died Feb. 2, 1845
age 10 months, 15 days.
|*see note at bottom of
on Austin burials. (In the diary of Jacob Willsey, he wrote a
child of Ambrose Austin died Feb. 2, 1848 with measles, the date of
1845 may be in error. Headstone is worn and hard to read.
|Fuller, Wm. H.,||born July 24, 1818
died Sept. 25, 1898
|Fuller, Sarah A.,
wife of Wm. H. Fuller
|died May 30, 1882
aged 59 yrs., 10 mos, 10 dys.
|Servant of God, Well
Thy glorious warfare past,
The battles fought,
the victory won,
And thou art crowned at last
|Fuller, Abel B.,||died Sept. 24,
aged 78 yrs.
wife of Abel B. Fuller
|died May 31, 1874
aged 70 yrs.
wife of Abel Fuller
|died Nov. 30, 1838
aged 87 yrs.
|Fuller, Robert C.,||died May 4, 1900
aged 62 yrs.,
|Co. K. 26th NY Vol.|
|Eastman, Jane E.,
d/o Zebina & Eleanor Eastman
|d. April 24, 1848
age 23 yrs., 8 mo, 9 dys.
|Fuller, Jacob C.,||died June 1, 1901
aged 71 yrs.,
|Veteran - G. A. R.|
|Fuller, Lydia J., his wife||died March 11,
aged 82 yrs.
wife of Charles W. Johnson
|died Dec. 9, 1844
aged 18 yrs., 6 mo.
|Tread softly near this ?
his hallowed ground, May garlandsdeck and mortals rise, To guard
the grave where Sarah lies.
[d/o Sanford and Sally Stevens] Her headstone was broken in July of 2000.)
|Tucker, Wm.,||born April 4, 1821
died Feb. 15, 1898
|son or Alanson Tucker
|Tucker, Nancy M., his wife||born Dec. 4, 1823
died Nov. 27, 1893
|Nancy Bogardus, daughter of Ephraim Nanning & Keturah Van Meter Bogardus.|
wife of James E. Inman & dau. of H. E. & R. A. Baker
|died June 3, 1889 age 19 yrs.||-|
daughter of Flora Inman,
|died Dec. 7, 1889
age 1 year, 6 mo.
|Sanford, Lilly M.,
daughter of H. D. and Mary Sanford
|died July 28, 1876
age 10 mo.
|(stone not found in 2000)|
|Pellam, Harlon E.,
s/o A. P. & Emmeline Pellam
|died Nov. 17, 1860,
8 yrs., 6 mo., 24 dys.
s/o A. P. & Emmeline Pellam
|died Nov. 21,
aged 6 yrs., 3 mo., 22 dys.
|Note: slightly different
PELLAM, Harrison D.,
s/o A. P. & Emeline PELLAM
d. Nov. 25, 1860 ae 6y 3m
wife of John Mix
|died Dec. 20, 1854
age 24 yrs., 6 months, 19 dys.
|By death removed from
in the dust, And leave my family and friends, In God alone to
(note: Loretta Austin)
|Mix, Henry||born July 11, 1826
died July 16, 1864
(note: son of Jonathan C. MIX & Sally A. STEVENS)
|Mix, Laura, his wife||born May 17, 1829
died April 6, 1892
thou hast left us,
Here your lose we deeply feel,
But tis God that hath ? us,
He can all our sorrows heal.
(note: Laura Hoose)
|Mix, Percy,||1859 - 1930||died April 26, 1930|
|Mix, Charles,||1854 - 1917||Record found of Charles E. Mix who died Sept. 28, 1916, and buried in Lane Cemetery, per Town of Caroline death and burial records.|
|Mix, Ida,||1879 - 1962||-|
|Stevens, Horace||died Sept. 30,
age 39 yrs., 4 months, 23 dys.
|Weep not for him who now
and pain no more annoy, Has reached the Heaven of the blest, And
immortal joy (son of Levi & Elizabeth Stevens)
s/o Horace & Augusta Stevens
|died Oct. 16, 1865
age 13 months, 8 dys
|Stevens, Mary A.,
d/o George & Mary Stevens
|died Feb. 25, 1869
age 7 yrs., 8 months
|Stevens, Levi,||died June 25, 1881
age 73 yrs.
|[Headstone is broken in
1880 Census for Willseyville, Tioga Co., have Levi age 72, Elizabeth age 69, Augusta (dau-in-law) age 33, Frank ae 13 a grandson, Albert ae 8 a grandson. (LDS records gives his birth place as: Green, Chenango, Co., NY in 1807)
wife of Levi Stevens
|died Jan. 3, 1893
age 81 yrs., 11 months
|LDS Records have
Levi Stevens about 1832. In a record at the Spencer Town clerk's office
there is Elizabeth Sawyer daughter of John & Elizabeth Sawyer, born
1811 died Jan. 3, 1892 age 81 yrs., it is listed she married a Mr.
Stevens, and was buried near Slaterville, NY. This would make her
a sister to Henry Sawyer also buried in this cemetery.
|Stevens, Harmon D.,||1855 - 1934||believed to be the son
& Nancy Boyce Stevens
|Stevens, Alice M.
|1859 - 1924||Daughter of Warren & Abbie Spear Sawyer.|
|Stevens, David,||born Jan. 28, 1828
died June 8, 1907
|Note: slightly different
STEVENS, David Jan. 28, 1828 - Jan. 8, 1907
|Stevens, Sarah Sawyer
|born Nov. 20, 1833
died March 31, 1903
|daughter of Henry &
|Stevens, James||born Jan. 15, 1810
died Oct. 10, 1898
|[note: came to Caroline 1818 born Hudson, Green Co., NY] son of William & Huldah Dann Stevens|
wife of James Stevens
|born Dec. 16, 1819
died Mar. 26, 1874
|Note: Clarissa Lee - Their children were: Louisa, Charles, Harrison, Ira, Fedilia, Melissa, Martha,and Jane. (a Marcelus W., was also a son)|
son of: James W. & Clarissa Stevens
|died Sept. 24, 1855
age 3 yrs., 10 months 19 days
|Stevens, Sanford Jr.,||born Feb. 8, 1814
died Dec. 29, 1860
|note: His headstone
1860 ae 47 yrs.
Sanford Stevens Jr. married Maria Haskins
daughter of Abraham and Rachel (Marcile) Haskins]
|Stevens, Harriet||died Nov. 15,
age 74 yrs
|dau. of William
Huldah (Dann) Stevens
born Nov. 10, 1800 in Conn.
|Stevens, Lieueldon||died July 7, 1871
aged 38 yrs., 9 mo., 20 days
|There is but one step between us and death, We are young but we must die, Perhaps our latter end is nigh, Lord, mayearly seek thy face, And find in Christ our Heavenly peace.|
|Stevens, Samuel||died Oct. 18, 1876
age 75 yrs., 11 months, 8 dys
William Huldah (Dann) Stevens
born Nov. 10, 1800 in Conn.
|Stevens, Louisa, wife of Samuel Stevens,||died Sept. 17,
age 26 yrs., 2 months, 3 days
|Note: Mrs. Louisa
born July 14, 1811
Married 1st Mr. Bracy
|Stevens, Reuben D.,||1881 - 1941||Town of
and burial records, death date as June 19, 1941.
Caroline census records lists Ruben D. Stevens age 38 yrs., living with
Harmon D. and Alice Stevens, they are listed as his parents.
(Draft Registration card: Reuben DeWitt Stevens: Son of Harmon &
Alice Sawyer Stevens)
|Unmarked grave||-||Marked with a flag|
|Niver, Mary||born Sept. 11,
died Dec. 26, 1891
Grandmother, we miss thee
|Bogardus, Lida||1877 - 1938||Town of Caroline death and burial records lists Lida Bogardus Foote died Feb. 21, 1938, may be the same person.|
|Bogardus, Alvin||1845 - 1942||Per Town of Caroline death and burial records: d. March 30, 1942|
|Bogardus, Elder Charles||1843 - 1925||
son of Calvin & Maria Merrill Bogardus
|1846 - 1926||-|
|Bogardus, Calvin - At Rest||died Nov. 10, 1869
aged 52 yrs., 6 mo. 27 days.
|He is gone to rest, our father dear, Why should we mourn or shed a tear? He's free from sorrow, grief and pain, Why should we wish him back again?|
wife of Calvin Bogardus,
|died Aug. 15, 1855
aged 31 yrs., 5 months
daughter of Marlin and Eunice (Stevens) Merrill
born March 14, 1824 - she had
three children: Charles, Ira, and Salome Bogardus]
|Bogardus, James A.,
s/o Calvin & Amy M. Bogardus
|died Sept. 23,
age 14 yrs., 9 months, 27 dys.
Jimmie is dead and gone and we
to weep and mourn, Oh do rest one, you would stay but in a moment
[Note: 10 year difference from the old reading:
BOGARDUS, James A.,
s/o Calvin & Amy M. BOGARDUS
d. Sept. 23, 1875 ae 4y 9m 27d (this is not correct, the correct age at death is 9 yrs.)
|Bogardus, L. N.,||1819 -||-|
wife of N. Bogardus
|1824 - 1897||-|
|Bogardus, Mary,||1860 - 1863||-|
|Bogardus, Ellick E.||1854-1863||-|
|Bogardus, Mary C.,
d/o Lanning & Rachel Bogardus
|d. July 21, 1862
aged 8 or 3 yrs., 6 mo 21 dy
|Gone when young and full
darling, lovely one, Life without thee, O How lonely, last
line unreadable (I believe that
Lanning may be Nanning)
wife of John Ebert
|died July 4, 1863
aged 53 yrs., 3 mo.
|[age unreadable July of 2000]|
|Ebert, Amy||died Sept. 14,
age 74 yrs., 8 mo., 14 dys.
|Blessed are the dead
that die in
for they rest from their labors and their works do follow them.
[Amy Emma Stevens was born 1 Jan 1807. daughter of William Stevens & Huldah Dann.
Amy married Abraham Lane, and married 2nd to John Ebert]
[dates headstone were unreadable in July of 2000]
|Beard, George H.||1870 - 1908||-|
|Beard, Bertha Bogardus
|1877 - 1944||wife of George H. Beard. Bertha Beard died Aug. 11, 1944 - per Town of Caroline death and burial records. She was a World War I Red Cross worker.|
|Lane, Richard C.||died July 2, 1872
age 83 yrs.
wife of Richard C. Lane
|died Feb. 16, 1848
age 54 yrs., 6 months 15 days.
|Partner dear and children near, Weep not for me but pray, This dust shall rise above the skies, In the last coming day|
|Lane, Naoma Ann||born 1818 died 1905||she may have been a
daughter of Richard Lane, 1850 Caroline census she is living in his
|Lane, Jacob||born April 3, 1820
died May 25, 1906
|Lane, Sarah, his wife||born Jan. 3, 1823
died Feb. 11, 1890
|Spaulding, Leonard||died Aug. 24, 1861
age 42 yrs., 8 mo.
|Note: son of William
born 24 Dec 1817
wife of Leonard Spaulding
|died Nov. 9, 1875
aged 60 yrs., 13 days
|Note: Catharine Lane married 23 Nov 1845|
|Benjamin, John||died June 15, 1841
age 57 yrs
|[note Dora Worden's records has date of June 17, 1846]|
son of John & Eliza Benjamin
died May ? 1818 or 1848
(inscription hard to read)
|Hoose, Charles W.||died April 25,
age 68 yrs., 1 month 1 day
wife of Charles Hoose
|died Sept. 27,
age 50 yrs., 4 months, 2 days.
|Children dear, assemble
A mother's grave to see;
Not long ago I dwelled with thee, But soon you'll be dwell with me.
|Hoose, Charles||born April 2, 1830
died Aug. 21, 1908
|Hoose, Lucinda, his wife||born Nov. 6, 1840
died Sept. 17, 1891
|Hoose, Frank||1867 - 1940||-|
|Hoose, Ida A.||1876 - 1934||-|
|Hoose, Harrison||born July 2, 1840
died May 12, 1920
|Hoose, Mary Sarson, his wife||born Sept. 8, 1848
died June 6, 1910
wife of Joseph Franks
|born April 18,
died June 24, 1907
|Franks, Joseph||born at Newcastle,
May 28, 1828 died Dec. 13, 1885
|Whitley, Andrew J.||1825 or 1826 - 1908||-|
|Whitley, Susan Hoose,
|1825 - 19__||-|
|Schooley, Nathaniel||d. Apr. 6, 1890
aged 66 yrs.
|(His first wife was
Matilda Sawyer,daughter of Henry & Hannah Stephens Sawyer, who died
May 28th 1857,
believe she is also buried here)
wife of Nathaniel Schooley
|died April 4, 1912
aged 80 yrs.
|Schooley, Edmund||born Nov. 22, 1854
died Nov. 27, 1907
|Note: He married
Josephine Elizabeth Owen, born Dec. 31,
Bolivar, N. Y.
He died November 27, 1907, in the town of Candor, Tioga Co., N. Y. His wife, Josephine Owen Schooley, died August 3, 1929, in the town of Candor, Tioga Co., N.Y. They had born to them, three children: William, Charles, Elbert
wife of Edmond Schooley,
|born Dec. 31, 1854
died Aug. 3, 1929
|Town of Caroline death and burial records list record of Josephine Downing being buried in this cemetery, death date is Aug. 3, 1929, may be same person.|
wife of Marlin Merrill
|died Jan. 6, 1870
age 71 yrs., 3 mo, 25 days
|[b. Sept. 12, 1798 stone
Note: daughter of William Stevens and Huldah Dann
[Her toils are past, her work is done,And she is fully blest, She fought the fight,
the victory won, And enters into rest]
|Merrell, Marlin||born July 11, 1800
died Nov. 2, 1888
|[Also spelled Merrill] son of Cabel & and Hannah Carrington Merrill. He married on Sept. 17, 1820 to Eunice Stevens. Their children were: Maria, Alvin, James, Ira, and Marlin.|
Alvin & Augusta (Haskins) Merrell
|died Nov. 2, 1856
age 7 months 18 dys.
|[Also spelled Merrill]|
|Merrell, Mary Jane,
d/o Alvin & Augusta (Haskins) Merrell
|died Aug. 17, 1855
age 1 yrs., 10 mo., 25 days.
|This lovely bud, so young and fair, Called home by early doom, Came to show how sweet a flower,In Paradise could bloom|
|Merrill, Marlin Nelson||1834 - 1883||[Son of Marlin and
born 27 May 1834
died 23 Feb 1883
|Merrill, Ann E. Lyon
his wife (wife of Marlin)
1836 - 1913
|Ann Eliza LYON
b. 1 MAY 1836 d. 14 FEB 1913
Jacob S. & Abigail(Sission)LYON
John J. & Ina S or B. MERRILL
|born Mar. 2, 1900
died Feb. 11, 1904
|May be the daughter of John J. Merrill, son of John & Ann Lyon Merrill & Ina B. Sawyer his wife.|
|Stanley, John N.||1829 - 1899||-|
|Stanley, Maria E.,
wife of John N. Stanley
|1833 - 1906||later wife of D. B. McWhorter|
son of J. N. & M. E. Stanley
|died Feb. 13, 1881
aged 19 yrs., 8 mo., 22 days
|Stanley, Melvin A.,
s/o J. N. & M. E. Stanley
|died Feb. 9, 1881
aged 12 yrs., 3 mo., 23 days
|Sawyer, Henry||died Jan. 18, 1884
age 76 yrs.
|A light from our house
is gone, A
loved is stilled, A place is vacant in our hearts, That never can be
filled. He married 2nd to Asenanth, who was
living with the Rice family after his death, relationship, an Aunt.
wife of Henry Sawyer
|died May 10, 1876
age 69 or 65 yrs
|She's gone to rest, Our mother dear, Why should we mourn or shed a tear? She's free from sorrow, grief and pain, Why should we wish her back again?|
|Sawyer, Mary A.
dau. of W. and A. Sawyer
|died March 10,
aged 17 yrs., 1 month, 3 days
|We loved her (daughter
& Abigail Speer Sawyer)
|Sawyer, Fred B.||1864 - 1923||died Aug. 28, 1923 - per
death and burial records. (son of Warren & Abigial Speer Sawyer)
|1867 - 1951||daugther of Nathaniel
& Juliette Meyers Schooley
|Sawyer, George H.,
son of F. B. & Hettie Sawyer
|died Nov. 20, 1900
age 13 yrs.
|One less at home, the
A dear face missed day by day from its usual place, But cleansed,
perfected by grace,
One more in heaven
|Barto, Benjamin B.||born April 5, 1812
died March 10, 1900
|He has gone, our father
Why should we mourn or shed a tear? He's free from sorrow, grief and pain, Why should we wish him back again?
|Barto, Ruth Anne||born Feb. 17, 1831
died Nov. 21, 1884
|[The base of stone is broken]|
|Barto, Sarah M.||born March 5, 1863
died July 12, 1883
|Gone, but not forgotten|
|Sawyer, Sarah L.,
wife of S. O. Sawyer
|died Dec. 7, 1831 or
age 24 yrs., 2 mo., 25 days
|Sawyer, Warren||1834- 1917|| died Dec. 15, 1917 per
town of Caroline Death and
Burial records. (son of Henry & Hannah Stephens Sawyer)
|Sawyer, Abba Speers
|no death date on headstone||Town of Caroline death and burial records lists: Abbie Sawyer died May 7, 1927, buried in Lane Cemetery. She is living with her daughter (Alice Stevens) in 1920 age 80 yrs.|
|Tinker, Martin Buel Jr.,
|born March 6, 1906
died July 2, 1982
Medical Corps US Army WWII
|Tinker, Mary Davis
|born Oct. 24, 1908 -||-|
|Ridgeway, Joseph D.||1862 - 1943||Per Town of Caroline death and burial records: Joseph D. Ridgeway died Dec. 22, 1943.|
|Ridgeway, Walter||1875 - 1948||Per Town of Caroline death and burial records: Walter Ridgeway died May 6, 1948|
|1882 - 1967||-|
|Ridgeway, Walter Joseph,
s/o Walter & Prue Ridgeway
|1910 - 1916||died Sept. 28, 1916|
Lawrence, Jane (Ridgway)
|born Sept. 8, 1917
died [no death date]
|married Jan. 3, 1942|
|Lawrence, William Mason||born Oct. 2, 1918
died Aug. 6, 1998
|Littleton, Joan Mary Lawrence||1943 - 1969||-|
|Stevenson, Leonard J.||1886 - 1951||died Aug. 17, 1951 - per Town of Caroline death and burial records.|
|Stevenson, Mary P.||1891 - 1979||-|
|Stevenson, Robert L.||born Sept. 23, 1920
died Aug. 16, 1995
|PFC US Army WWII|
|Stevenson, Edith L.||born April 21,
died Aug. 29, 1969
wife of George W. Seeley
|born April 6, 1829
died June 2, 1856
|Stevenson, Father||no dates||-see below John Stevenson, may be same person.|
|Stevenson, Mother||no dates||
see below Anna Stevenson, may be same person.
|North, Neoma||died Aug. 30, 1858
aged 94 yrs.
|In memory of our
who died August 30, 1858, aged 94 years. Blessed are the dead who
died in the
Lord. (In the diary of Jacob Wilsey of Wilseyville, he wrote: Old
Mrs. North a mother-in-law to Cooper, Lane, Austin, etc., died at
Cooper's in Caroline aged 93 years old, on August 27th 1858.
Joel & Janette Rightmeyer
son of John and Eliza Tid
|died Aug. 27, 1848
age 1 yr., 7 months
|Mathews, Charles H.||died Oct. 11, 1895
age 32 yrs
|Stevens, Charles||died May 28, 1928||No headstone found for this person, death date is from the Town of Caroline death and burial records.|
|Beardsley, Ida May||died May 2, 1929||No headstone found for this person, death date is from the Town of Caroline death and burial records. Daughter of Edward & Julia Anne Personius Hall. Ida would be about 59 when she died.|
|Beardsley, James Hazelitt||died July 18, 1948||No headstone found for this person, death date is from the Town of Caroline death and burial records. Went by Hazelitt J. Beardsley. Found in the 1920 Caroline census, Hazlett J. Beardsley age 50 yrs. He would have been abt 98 yrs when he died.|
|Beardsley, Chester||died May 2, 1914||No headstone found for this person, death date is from the Town of Caroline death and burial records.|
|Downing, Josephine||died Aug. 3, 1929||Schooley, Josephine,
wife of Edmond Schooley, has same death date. This record of burial and death is from the Town of Caroline death and burial records, no headstone was found for Josephine Downing.
|Morgan, Ada||died Nov. 8, 1934||record of this burial is from the Town of Caroline death and burial records, no headstone was found for this person.|
|Foote, Lida Bogardus||died Feb. 21, 1938||record of this burial is from the Town of Caroline death and burial records, no headstone was found for this person. - see Lida Bogardus, may be same person.|
|Hoose, Charles||died March 3, 1940||record of this burial is from the Town of Caroline death and burial records, no headstone was found for this person.|
|Stevens, Harrison||died Oct. 8, 1948||Believe he was the son
of James and Clarissa Stevens, no
was found for this person, this burial records is from the Town of
death and burial records. Or he could be the son of George &
Marietta Sawyer Stevens, this Harrison was born abt. 1864)
|Stevenson, Anna||died Oct. 17, 1928||No headstone found for this person, death date is from the Town of Caroline death and burial records. Believe she was the wife of John L. Stevenson.|
|Stevenson, John L.||died July 8, 1929||No headstone found for this person, death date is from the Town of Caroline death and burial records.|
d. age of 67 yrs.
in the Tioga Co. Clerk's office: Lafayette Stevens, born 1822 died at
the age of 67 in Candor, Tioga Co., NY, buried in Lane Cemetery, on
White Church Road, he was the son of Henry Stevens who was born in
*[note: None of the above Austin headstones were found in July 2000, except for Sarah wife of Ambrose, and her headstone was near a bank lying flat on the ground, broken and half covered with ground cover.
These headstones were found in 1920's (Worden's records) and again in the 1950's in Lockwood's records.]
Reference; The records of Dora Worden and Elmer Lockwood were used to compare headstone inscriptions that were in question. Other sources to help preserve the records of this cemetery were family records of the Stevens, Ridgeway, Schooley, Sawyer, families.
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