"William Gray served in the War of 1812 and was at the Battle of Tippecanoe. Then in 1813 they entered land near the Highbanks settlement in the virgin forests near the White River. William served with Ge. Harrison in the war of 1812.
I had found that they were buried in the Case Cemetery in Pike County, near Iva. And from the best I could tell, the little cemetery seemed to be out in the middle of a corn field, probably on private property. But, I had to see it.
We walked across a corn field, came to a creek and walked along it until we found a spot where we could cross easier. Brian had the bright idea to run across it so as not to get quite as wet. Me, I wanted to know where my feet were being planted, so I walked ... very slowly ... across it .... and got soaked.
And then we headed home. It was 12 hours, some sadness, and a lot of fun and laughs too. It was a good day.