Plummer-McConnell Cemetery (LA118)
Read by Elizabeth Huffman Hague
By the time one decides to look for this cemetery it will probably be gone. It is in the woods where two farm fields meet and cannot be seen from the road. It is overgrown and falling down. What's left of this burial ground is behind the house at 10853 East 52nd Street; and across the road and west of the house at 5025 German Church Road. The cemetery is east of the creek and roughly at an intersection of a line drawn south and west of the two above houses. It was surveyed in December, 1977. My visit was May, 1992, and there were 3 unknown stones. The burials are from 1818-1865.