Read & copyright© by Gloria Dettleff, & Dorothy Falk 13 June 2002
This two-acre cemetery is on the north side of Route 161 about a block west of the intersection with Route 127, south of Carlyle. It was first known as the Berry Cemetery. The cemetery is active, burials are still being made and it is well maintained. No cemetery records are available. As with all the old cemeteries, many graves are unmarked because the original wooden crosses and shale markers have disintegrated. A row number that has an "S" after it means it is in the area South of the east-west road.
The history of the cemetery is published in the Clinton County Historical Society Quarterly # 20-2.
S/w means they "share headstone with". GHS stands for "Government Head Stone." PHS stands for "Private Head Stone".