Read by Gloria Dettleff and Dorothy Falk on 6 Jun 2002

This grave yard has been "Inactive" for about 140 years and is in a naturally overgrown area in a clump of trees. It is south of Beckemeyer, off the Bartelso Road. Turn west on Highland Road, the first lane south of St. Anthony's cemetery. Park at the end of the road, you can see a grass walkway up the hill on the left. There were maybe 20 to 30 stones before the vandalism. All stones are laying flat on the ground at the top of the hill in the center of the clump of trees.

The history of the grave yard is published in the Clinton County Historical Society Quarterly 1-4.

Name Born Died Inscriptions and Comments
BAKER, A.20 Jan 1811 15 Sep 1860 Weeping willow tree design on stone. 
BAKER, Andrew25 April 1807 20 Sep 1858 Weeping willow tree design on stone. 
BAKER, Sarah Ann-- -- Sacred to the Memory of. 
BROOKMANN, William31 Jan 1830 1 May 1860 Weeping willow tree design on stone. 
MADDUX, Oliver C.2 Mar 1802 28 Apr 1856 Age 54Y 1M 26D 
MORTON, Joseph W.19 May 1831 22 Jan 1861 Sacred to the Memory of.  Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord. 
NICHOLS, Sally7 Dec 1809 2 Nov 1862 Wife of David A. 

Cemetery ID:10