Transcribed by Patrick Hays
Copied: June 1, 2002 (what better way to spend a day kicked out of the
house because of a
baby shower!) Photos were submitted by Ivan Baugh
on a trip he made to the cemetery in May of 2006.
Cemetery near corner of Lees Lane and Cane Run Road and is on property of Farnsley Middle School
and is behind Farnsley-Kaufman House, which was built in 1811. The cemetery is gated, but is in
poor condition. Most of the stones have been damaged. There are some trees, but overgrowth
is not a problem.
The following are all on one stone:
(The ornamental top part is broken off of this stone. There are several smaller stones around it representing footstones.)
William L. Farnsley, died Dec 3, 1857, broken, aged 76 years, 2 months.
Sallie E., wife of S. T. Suit and daughter of E. and S. Williams, Nov 17 1827 - Nov 23 1857, (Another Photo).
E. E. W. Suit, infant son and only child of S. T. and S. E. Suit, Nov 21 1857 - Nov 26 1857.
David Farnsley, who departed this life June 16 1833, (broken stone) aged 47 years, 1 month and 20 days.
My beloved son, Henry Clay Lloyd, born March 28 1844 and died June 15 1883.
Albert Merritt, son of Geo and Martha Williams, died Jan 6 1854, aged 4 years and 20 days.
Georgie C., son of G. C. and M. E. Williams, died Feb 1 1854, aged 1 year, 7 mos and 6 days.
Stone sticking out of trunk of tree, unreadable.
Several footstones - one says George. Possible unmarked graves.
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