Through information given to me by Reginald Bubier of Phillips, I hiked into the area known as the Dill Road in Phillips. I followed the Dill Rd. toward SR-142 (Weld Rd.) About a mile after the Milton Stinchfield house the Rd. takes a left. Not far up the Rd. on a rise to the right is the cemetery. It sets up off the Rd. about 30 yards, among some very large trees. Only three stones were ledgible. What appeared to be three other graves were also seen, but no formal stones, just field stones, set up with large stones at the head and smaller at the foot.
(flag) denotes a military affiliation
This record is set up alphabetically by Surname,
not by row or lot as the stones appear in the cemetery.
BILLINGTON Daniel C. d. 6-29-1889 age 79y Mary W., his wife d. 6-7-1873 age 63y Mary A. MINER d. 2-28-1863 age 11y BILLINGTON Seth d. 4-24-1858 age 73y 7m Mary, his wife d. 10-24-1857 age 57y 8m Nancy J., their dau. d. 1825 age 3y Inf. son (no dates) MINER Mary A. (see Daniel C. BILLINGTON lot)
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