Ball Twins, could be James Peyton and Mary Etta b. & d. 5 July 1868 or Lucy and Thomas b. & d. 20 June 1869, (or both sets of twins) children of James Posey and Mahetable Butcher Ball.
Israel Barnes, b. 12 August 1813, h/o Geney (Jane) Ann Ball Barnes, m. 13 February 1838.
Geney (Jane) Ann (Ball) Barnes, b. 27 May 1823, d. 1901, w/o Israel Barnes, m. 13 February 1838, d/o William Samuel & Mary Bennett Ball. It seems unlikely that Jane Ann is actually buried here. Jane Ann died in Republic County, Kansas at the home of her brother, J. P. Ball. Jane Ann Ball Barnes seems to be buried in the Elizabethtown Cemetery in Hartford City, Indiana. A son, William Newton Barnes and family lived there. There is also a stone in that cemetery for Israel Barnes.
John Bennett, pioneer settler on Tucker's Creek, b. 1772, h/o Jane Wilson Bennett, s/o Jacob & Martha Hughes Bennett.
Cora Bell Berry, d. 5 November 1868, aged 2 months 11 days, d/o M. (Madison) H. & M. E. J. (Mary Emma Jane Barnes) Berry.
Berry Infant daughter of M. (Madison) H. & M. E. J. (Mary Emma Jane Barnes) Berry, b & d. 29 August 1874.
Jennie B. Berry, b. 8 March 1865, d. 19 November 1872, age 7 years 8 months 11 days, d/o M. (Madison) H. & M. E. J. (Mary Emma Jane Barnes) Berry.
M. (Madison) H. Berry, b. 20 March 1842, d. 3 January 1882 (1884), Lieutenant, Company E, 11th West Virginia Infantry.
Mary (Elizabeth) "Mamie" Ball Boone, b. 24 March 1873, d. 22 August 1918, nurse in World War I. Mamie was cleared to go overseas but suddenly became ill and had to have an operation from which she did not recover.
Deem, Infant d. 15 September 1870, daughter of Washington & Fannie (Sarah Frances Barnes) Deem. (Sarah Frances Barnes Deem is d/o Israel and Geney (Jane) Ann Ball Barnes).
James D. Gates, b. 1819-1821, d. 11 July 1875 near Rockport, s/o Thompson & Sarah Gold Gates, h/o Abigail E. Matheny. Weekly State Journal, Thursday July 22, 1875, page 2, col. 9, "Killed By Lighting - on Saturday evening last. Mr. James Gates of Wirt Co. left home to visit Rockport. On the way a storm came up and he took refuse under an oak tree for shelter, where both himself and horse were instantly killed by lighting. He was interred the following day. He leaves a wife and three children to mourn his life." - Inquirer.
Thompson Gates, pioneer, s/o David Gates (previously given here as s/o Samuel & Martha Wiley Gates), h/o both Sarah Gold and Sarah McClain.