The last time I was on Central Pike at Carver Lane, there was no Summit Hospital there and no library. This cemetery is south of Central Pike and east of Carver Lane. Facing Central Pike was a two storey white frame house formerly the home of Talley G. Carver and later owned by a Jackson family. On Carver Lane, the old Robert J. Goodman home was on the west side of the lane, and Mrs. Eva Lane Goodman, the second wife of R. J. G., lived there many years. The old Pleasant Grove Methodist Church was on the north side of Central Pike east of the white frame house.
This cemetery was located on the top of a hill and I had to walk a considerable way (so I thought at the time) from Carver lane to get to the graves.
If you go to this website, I have posted the burials in that cemetery. On that same website are many of the cemetery records I copied in the 1950s.
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