Somehow the title and the data seem disjoint. Maybe the girls had too much cider (:=> or I am missing something in the descriptions. But they are part of someone's family.
2- On the Lehman Robinson farm on Pease Avenue.Take any one of three roads leading south on the turnpike east of Sullivan four corners then turn east for a short distance.
Five Goodells were buried there more than one hundred years ago including the grandparents of J. Wesley Goodell late of Canastota. No stones left.
3- On the C.P.Wager farm east of Sullivan four corners on the Seneca Turnpike a Mr. and Mrs. Clark were buried there around a century ago. They were former owners of the farm.
4- On the Larkin estate at Lakeport on the lake shore road No.31 were buried 2 - Mrs. Tuppers and a Mr. Edward Nye.
The stones have long since been removed and given names forgotten.