This cemetery is located on Knisley Ridge approximately 200 yards off of Co Rd 89, on the Robert & Jackie Goddard farm.  Cemetery sets off to the left, up on a hill in a slightly wooded area of a pasture.  Cemetery is fenced but not well cared for.  Updated May 2003 by Steve Bowers.

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Click on the picture to see an album of the tombstones in Goddard Cemetery.  Photos were submitted by Donnie Huggins

Goddard, Knisley Ridge

  


 

Goddard, John W.
15 Mar 1857
12 Jul 1937
-
Goddard, Amanda Cozart
1862
18 Dec 1907
w/o John W
Goddard, Harry L.
26 Jun 1896
10 Mar 1908
s/o J.W. Goddard
Goddard, Nicholas H.
25 Feb 1867
4 Jan 1943
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Goddard, Clara B. Butler
8 Feb 1870
21 Jun 1932
w/o N.H.
Goddard, Friend W.
-
-
No Marker
Goddard, Celia Hafer
-
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No Marker - w/o Friend
Goddard, Clyde W.
20 Nov 1908
9 Nov 1910
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Goddard, Harriet Ann
1884
1960
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Johnson, Christine
1883
1941
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Johnson, Elmer
1884
1926
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Finch, Wilford M.
9 Jun 1864
13 Mar 1943
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Hafer, John
-
-
No Marker
Hafer,
-
-
w/o John - No Marker


There are two field/foot stones with the initials A.B.G. and H.L.G.

There are three concrete stones measuring about 8" X 12" X 1" that bear no markings at all.

Bessie Goddard Goudy, daughter of N. H. & Clara B. Goddard related a story to
Mrs. Briggs and Mrs. Finnicum about a Gypsy Camp located on Whetstone Creek.  
One of them died and was allowed to be buried in this cemetery.  There are
other unmarked graves.

NAD 1927

039 40 50.55 N

080 43 28.84 W