If you go up to cemetery this summer, be sure to stop at the house. Mary's son is now living with her. If you go, could you please do something for me. My gg grandmother Malissa Saylor Blanton is buried there. I do have a picture of her monument, but her husband John is suppose to be buried next to her (according to his daughter by his last marriage). I do no recall a fieldstone or anything being there, but if you could check both sides of her grave, I would appreciate it. I do remember stepping in a sunken spot, when I was up close taking a photo. Maybe the grave was sinking. I can't imagine that my great grandfather buried him in a pine box, as he was considered wealthy back then, but one never knows. Also, can't understand the lack of a headstone.