|Cemetery notes and/or description:|
This cemetery is on the lot next to #499 at the end of Summit Court between North Center Road and White Lick Creek. Many graves were moved to Maple Hill cemetery in the late 1800s. An article in the August 11, 1902 "Friday Caller" describes the cemetery as being in very poor condition, with most gravestones on the ground. Many of the names listed in this article are not found in Maple Hill, probably meaning that the graves were never moved. In 1951, the owner of the farmland pushed the reamining gravestones over the bluff into White Lick Creek to stop erosion. Remains were also found when the land was developed into a subdivision. The current landowners must report any remains that are found so they may be moved to Maple Hill.
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