Without the guidance of Joyce Tice, I would never have found this cemetery. "Over the river and through the woods, to grandmother's grave we go" kept running through my head as Joyce and I slogged through a field, through the woods, around a field, through the woods, down a hill, across a creek, and up a hill to this almost-forgotten burial ground in the woods. There are only four burials marked here: two children and the graves of Lydia (Case) and Stephen Palmer. [Photograph] Our visit was made on a dreary, wet day, not the best for tombstone photographing; but when you are only visiting an area, you must make the best of the situation.
This site is intended only as a reservoir for tombstone images, not a transcription of all tombstones in a cemetery. Visit Joyce's Tri-Counties Genealogy site for cemetery transcriptions. Use this site to compare the transcription with the original stone, if available. Each tombstone link will open a pop-up window containing a photograph, hopefully legible, of the tombstone. Don't forget to close that window before continuing your search.
|Rosa H. Palmer||1855-1862||Rosa H.// daughter of// Alvin T. & Louisa// Palmer// died// Aug. 24, 1862// ag’d 6 y’rs 11 mo’s// & 23 d’s||Tombstone|
|Florence H. Palmer||1853-1861||Florence H.// daughter of// Wm. H. & Huldah// Palmer// died// Feb. 14, 1861// ag’d 7 y’rs 11 mo's// & 24 d’s||Tombstone|
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