Thanks, Adine. Since the last post I have seen a copy of a notice in the paper out there that lists the names of citizens who died of fever and were buried in the cemetery. Andrew was among them. I would love a better copy, and any more info I can find, so I will contact the historical society. Should anyone else ask, there is some stuff online (I don't have the links handy) that includes quotes from newspaper articles when they moved the cemetery. The impression I got was that there is a good chance that anyone left there after the move (as is likely the case with our man sense he had no family that was even aware of the plans to move the cemetery) was dust and forgotten. A cousin of mine visited the parking garage which she was told was the site of the old burial ground and told me our ancestor was probably underneath. I didn't have the heart to tell her that with the depth of modern construction, he is more probably nowhere in the vacinity, unless he was in fact moved. Such is life. Thanks for the help.