I was told this cemetery is located at the head of Moses Run.  From Hundred, turn right on Rush Run over Covered Bridge, the first road to right, 64/1 to top of hill.  Jeep trail to left about 2 miles.  Cemetery on a bank on the right side of road.  Cemetery was over grown and hard to read.  There was evidence of unmarked graves. 

 Read 10/06/2006 by Nora & Bonnie Hostutler, Phyllis Cross

 

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Name

Born

Died

Comment

Minor, Marcela

11/25/1863

06/29/1890

W/o H K Minor

Roberts, Josephus

 

08/18/1881

S/o??Roberts (hard to read)

Roberts, William ??ley

 

1881?

S/o JT Roberts (can’t read)

Taylor, Helena

07/09/1841

02/16/1901

W/o William, Aged 59-7-7

Taylor, Helena

05/16/1891

10/15/1941

 

Taylor, James P

02/25/1893

08/29/1893

S/o JS & MJ, Aged 6 mo 4 days

Taylor, Jennie

06/13/1892

12/18/1899

 

Taylor, John S

 “  Mary Jane

1862

1862

1913

1935

 

Taylor, Margaret

09/09/1869

08/05/1888

D/o W & H, Aged 27-0-26

Taylor, Sarah H

11/20/1883

10/13/1884

D/o W & H

Taylor, Simon S

04/16/1870

06/26/1924

 

Taylor, William

04/14/1839

01/15/1885

Aged 45-11-1

Villers, John

03/09/1892

03/24/1896

S/o JN & MM, Aged 4 yrs, 15 days

 

Thanks Ray for taking us up to this cemetery.  he showed us a foundation of a one rom School named Oak Tree  School.  He said Maude Himelrick was the last person to teach there.  He also told a story of a woman killed by a bear.  His father John Lee Stoneking killed the bear.