Located on the farm of Samuel Moyer, and laid out about 1868 or 1869, is a handsome inclosure of one acre, devoted to burial purpos, and under the control of Mr. Moyer. The cemetery contains some elaborately carved monuments, commemorating the virtues of those who sleep beneath the sod, and is a spot of beauty, if not a resort for joyous pleasure. that will be regarded with sympathetic interest until the world is rolled up like a scroll.


Tombstone pictures located at: http://illinoisancestors.org/cemphotos/v/stephenson/ridott/