The research about this cemetery leaves several unanswered questions. Allegedly two “Robertson” children were buried there in the 1950s. In the early 1960s, it was said that a neighbor removed two roughly made gravestones to use as splash blocks at his home. Another story is that there may be Newman family children buried here. Lillie Newman, a former servant/ slave at Oak Hill, lived in a cabin nearby. Today, a path to Oak Hill Park runs along side of the cemetery. The cemetery is entirely overgrown and as a result no grave depressions or markers can be found.