2 June 1992: Driving north up the “mowed lane” to Watson
Cemetery. These large trees surrounded the cemetery at that time
View of the upper right side of cemetery (camera facing east), inscriptions faced the west. J.H. Little stone (1854-1928) wife Margaret Little 1854-1920 is also supposedly buried here, but I do not know which stone.
Behind this stone was a large square stone (not legible)
Small broken stone a few feet in front & to the left of J.H. Little
stone, more toward the middle of the cemetery. Small oval-top stone to the left of broken
stone is Richard T. Little 1827-1873. Rebeccah Little 1828-1856 may be the other oval topped stone to the left of this stone.
Rear view of a broken stone (camera facing northwest), in front of the other oval topped stone. Benjamin Jones died 1815. Susannah Jones' stone was to would be to the right (not in view)
Loose broken stone on its back, near the standing broken stone, partly covered by grass, tarnished by soil, mold etc. I believe this to be part of the Benjamin Jones stone.