Joseph Yeoman are buried in Old Settlers Cemetery.
David was only 13 when he arrived at the Falls of the Iroquois in 1834. He recalled playing with Indian boys because there were no white children in the area. His early life of privation was followed by an adulthood of prosperity as he acquired significant land holdings. His descendants continue to farm land that he owned.
Between Makeever and Nowells was banker, land speculator, broker, insurance executive, and silent film actor Jay Dwiggins. This blog has had a couple posts about him, here and here.
Splinter Fleet: The Wooden Subchasers of World War II.