From "Cardiff's Family Circles" by Martha M. Mulkin, page 20:
"By 1900 there were fifteen marked graves. Probably the oldest one is the "rock grave." It was constructed by placing two triangular pieces of stone at either end, then leaning a long slab of stone against each side, forming a tent shaped grave. The Crocker family believes this is the grave of a child of William Isaac and Hulda Crocker. They also believe that at one time, there were two of these graves. Legend says that the family donated the land for the cemetery to the town and perhaps they had already set it aside as a burial ground."
Created by: Vicki Lais
Record added: Jul 25, 2012
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