Near the shore of Lake Jacksonville, only four toppled tombstones mark the site of this cemetery. They are in the brushy area between the road and the lake, and are between Asbury Church and the causeway that is southeast of the church. Although the cemetery is in an area very popular with fishermen, it is unlikely that very many of them are aware of the tombstones in the brush and weeds.
|CARNS, Mary E.||3 Oct 1830||3 Jan 1852||Wife of Wm. Carns; Born at Danville, KY|
|HOAG, Ebenezer||23 Jan 1793||13 Sep 1863||Born in NY|
|HOAG, Hopstill||22 May 1801||25 Jan 1854||Wife of E. Hoag, Born KY|
|REYNOLS, John||27 Oct 1847||24y4m5d|