One of the things I enjoy about doing these little posts is what I learn about the cemeteries as I research the background of each cemetery. In this case, the I learned the the main name for the cemetery we call Anscomb is actually Chidester, after one of the families buried there. The Anscombs are there too, justifying that name. But it also has an alternate name of Indian cemetery. Oldtimers however insist the Indian cemetery is nearby. And although hard to find, with some dowsing/witching wands, as well as walking the area, the location of that cemetery was found. Both grave depressions in the ground and the wands confirmed another location of the Indian cemetery a short ways away. Anscomb is the name I have used in the past, and will use today.
Anscomb cemetery is a fairly decent sized cemetery in Muskegon county, just a few miles south of Newaygo county. EXTREMELY difficult to find, nonetheless, Sandy, another co-worker Lois, and myself set out to find it a few years ago.
The most glorious part of the cemetery, I have left for last.