|Stewart, Moses||1835||1854||Son of Andrew and Nancy Wayman Stewart|
|Wayman, Herman||8-19-1750||6-19-31||Revolutionary War Veteran|
|Wayman, James L.||4-22-1840||1852, 15 mo.||Son of Milton and Bridgett Wayman|
|Wayman, Mary Louisa||4-3-1851||11-28-1852||D of Milton and Bridgett Hoover Wayman|
|Wayman, Moses||3-23-1835||1852, 17yrs||S of Milton and Bridgett Wayman|
|Wayman, Moses Sr.||5-11-1785||9-8-34, 49y, 22d||Husband of Ruth Jones Wayman|
|Wayman, Moses Jr.||8-2-1815||9-17-1834, 19y||S of Moses and Ruth Wayman|
|Wayman, William B.||1844||9y||S of Milton and Bridgett Wayman|
|Foot Stones: M.W & H. W. (Probably Hermans) , -----N Jr. rest of stone missing.|
I did not locate a stone for Herman Wayman, but the foot stone with H. W. on it was located in the middle part of the cemetery where there are several large field stones laying on the high part of the grounds, one is a large marble stone. I would guess that there are several more stones in this burial ground, it is so over grown and some stones are buried under tree roots. It has been abandoned for many years and is back in a woods. The farmer who lives there told me that some of the stones were used to mark the grave of a pony that died years ago, we couldn't find those.
Some dates were given to me by family descendants to fill in missing dates on some of the stones.