I ran across this cemetery wandering around Ohio back in 2006. Back then it was overgrown with weeds and had no access except across a field full of briars. Since then, the town of Lynchburg had taken great pains to clean it up, and are working on access from a nearby highway. Once forgotten, this cemetery is guarded by a WW2 75mm pack howitzer, a common theme for Ohio cemeteries.
The newest grave is at least a hundred years old, but there seems to be a few veterans here from the Civil War. The dedication stone mentions a battle site close by, involving Simon Kenton and his pals against their nemesis, Tecumseh. Indian/Settler battle sites abound in Southern Ohio, and a few pack howitzers would have come in handy in 1792.