Bill:The Rader Cemetery is still with us, located on a small wooded hill in an area measuring 125 ft by 164 ft in the middle of a field southwest of Gowdy between St. Rd. 244 and Co. Rd. 650 S and west of Co. Rd. 700 W.Several graves are here but many hard to locate.Gilbert Ritchey (1758-1854), a Revoluntary War veteran is buried here with a new stone erected by a descendent.Other burials that I found and recorded in 1991 are Marshall, McDuffee, Rader, Richey, Smith and Stites.Library has the following which I didn't locate but I am sure are there:Busbey, Coleman, Garrison and one Shaw:Richard, d. 11 May 1855, aged 72 yr, 2 mos.This Richard Shaw should be the same Richard Shaw, b. 11 Mar 1783 in CT, son of Albin Shaw & Eunice Cadwell.He m. Hulda Willey. Bill, sorry that I haven't gotten back with you sooner.I am have busy with taxes and taking care of my mother who broke her hip.Although I am not related to any of these families, I have much info on the Shaws, Gosnells and Hungerfords.email is the quickest way to reach email@example.com.