I spent a couple hours on this lovely early spring day, again, in Kinney's Family Cemetery. The site has two main areas; one is enclosed within a brick wall (fallen or gone in places), while the other main burial area is outside the enclosure to the left of the entrance. Today, I carefully probed the front (approximately) quarter of the enclosed area for fallen/buried stones and found what I think were at least 2 full stones and several partials or broken stone pieces. The yellow flags in the photos at the bottom of this post show the locations; I did not leave the flags and I did not recover any stones (I left the area as I found it), but this indicates to me that there are more burials here than are observable.
Indeed, there appears to be burials outside the two main burial sections. I had heard that there was a grave marker outside the main enclosure, above the back, fallen wall. I was fortunate enough to be here before the green of spring overtook the woods at the site, so I was able to find the stone. In very good shape, it says:
P. Cady. Who
Died Sept 17, 1828
Age 15 y, 8 m.
The photos of the stone are below; note the errors and corrections in the carving.
The stone for Charles Scarborough, Age 17 mos., son of J & S Clingman (died 7/31/1839) is also pictured below.
The stone for Aaron and Mary Kinney was readable today, as the sun was bright and sky blue; a much better day than my last visit. "These our parents, taught us how to live and how to die."