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From Trent going toward Seven Springs, turn right onto Old Fire Trail Road, several miles, then left on Beltz Trail. Approximately one mile, stay right at the first "Y" then left at the second "Y". Cemetery is marked and fenced, and well cared for, and is just off the left of the trail. The area was also referred to as "White House" by the local residents.
Children of Samuel & H. NIEDERHISER, JACOB (NIEDERHISER), Died Nov. 16, 1891 - Aged 3 yrs 10 mo 20 days
Infant (NIEDERHISER), Died May 9, 1888
EDWARD (NIEDERHISER), Died Ap. 10, 1889 - Aged 1 yr 11 mo 7 days
SAMUEL NIEDERHISER, Died July 8, 1898 - Aged 55 yrs 8 mo 16 days
SAVAGE (stone set into ground, no other markings)
One stone with inscription too weathered to read.
22 native stone markers