This cemetery is located on Don Parker's land at the corner of 1850 E and 100N, which is in the south corner of St. Albans Township, Hancock Co. Don Parker calls this the "Harding Cemetery". The Parker house is more or less on the southwest corner of the intersection of 1850 E and 100N, the cemetery is NOT visible from the road (1850 E), but is perhaps a block west of the house atop a small hill. It is EXTREMELY overgrown with weeds and underbrush and many stones are fallen over and I'm sure there are many that I did not find at all.
Submitted by Mary Steiner Kerr, June 2010
COX, Elnor (? exact spelling, but I think I got it right!), wife of John Cox, Born Sept 2 1822, Died April 23, 1898; closeup
Several views of unreadable stone for the NELSON Children
Jefferson, died July 10 1820, _? 10 mo 12 days
sons of CW & S Nelson
CALDWELL, Samuel, VA Line Troops, Revolutionary War, 1749-1850
This is Samuel Caldwell's "new" stone. The original has been moved to the West Point Cemetery.
HARDIN, Mary B, dau of G & S A HARDIN, died Apr 23 1863, aged 1 yr 3 mo
HARDING, Sarah Ann (in arch), wife of GREEN HARDING, died Oct. 30 1862, aged 38 yrs 8 mo 23 days; closeup; closeup
JACKSON, Susannah, wife of Rev. G.K. JACKSON, DIED Oct. 5 1852, AGED 43 years
HARDING, Nancy M (??), wife of "G"?? Harding, died "Sep"?? 10, 187? (0 or 9? or maybe a 4?), 78? yrs 6 mo 22 days; closeup; stone with daughters
HARDING, Ida M, died June 6 187? (stone is chipped away here) aged 3 mo.; closeup
HARDING, Nancy A, died ??Sep 19 187?, aged 6 mo, I think it may say "daughters of G & N M Harding"
STOKES, Noah, born 1798, died July 7, 1882, aged 84 years; closeup
JONES, Ruth A, died Apr 16, 1898, aged 70 years 10 ms 16 days, best mother of ???; closeup; RAJ footstone
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