I live less than two miles from the cemetery, and I went there on a quest for someone else yesterday. Most, if not all, of the stones pre-1900 are completely unreadable due to weathering and breakage, but I will see what I can find for you. As someone in a previous post said, the standing crypts are falling apart and there are many, many broken and tipped monuments. I haven't been able to speak to anyone at the church itself to see if they have any burial records in house. It is an OLD congregation, established in 1779. Let me know if you have more details. I will get back over there tomorrow if it doesn't thunderstorm all day again.