This cemetery was probably purchased by Mr Carlyle from Jacob Gupton and then Carlyle's son inherited it. He took the land from the tenant as he felt he was destroying the cemetery by farming near it.
this son sold it to Josiah Dailey. His son-in-law married his daughter and bought the land. He lost it in depression but his father, J. Strine bought it for him..so he continued to live on this farm. It had an orchard on it when Dailey's bought it. J. died and his widow sold it to his grandsons. They now are gone and a 5th generation Strine now owns it.
You can see the green grass of this cemetery now from the blacktop. When you go down the grassy lane it will be on the right side back a piece into where the corn stood.
Best get it photographed before snow hides it again.