Did you get your pictures from Nine Mile Cemetery? I saw your request from GenForum but for some reason I can not do a reply to the post.
I am a descendant of James Smith.He and six of his children are buried in the cemetery starting in the 1850'sthrough 1868 when he was buried there.The family stone is in pieces so I am having it repaired and reset.Once this is done I will be visiting the cemetery to take pictures of it so I could take pictures for you as well.It will be summer I would guess.What family are you from?
James Smith was one of the founding members of the church.My husband and I visited the church on it's 150th Anniversary.It was very interesting.They have a quilt made by the 1906 Ladies Aid Society hanging in the fellowship hall.I took pictures of all the blocks.It is a crazy quilt block and on all the irregular pieces is the name of a member of the church.Some day when I have time I am going to take this quilt on as a project and search and record all those families.I have already done some work on it.It is interesting to look at "who married whom"from the list.
If there is anything I can do for you,let me know.