Thanks to Vince Lampe for locating this cemetery.
This cemetery is less than a block from the Jamestown Road. Going north, about 3/4 mile after crossing Creekside Road, after crossing a creek branch, turn right, up the farm lane. This cemetery is in a clump of trees, there are a couple pieces of old farm machinery at the back side of the trees, and some old tires are discarded among the trees. All of the graves found here have full sized concrete grave covers. Several have been broken and vary in the degree of being buried. All used common red bricks to form the base for the slabs to rest on. The roots from the trees have root-bound the stones and we had neither big shovels or root cutters with us to read the rest of the stones. Groundhogs and/or other critters have burrowed dens under some of the stones. The stones are surprisingly readable, perhaps the trees protect them from the elements. This cemetery has the earliest birth date of any person in any of the cemeteries that we have read to date.