I had been hoping to find useful information going through old news articles. Although they make interesting, very few if any pertain to the cemetery. Most were about escapes or deaths at the asylum. Then of course the usual news about politics and request for money. After the 1930s things really dropped off when it came to ESH.
There was this one article from June 6, 1908. The only article that seems to mention the cemetery specifically. At the time the cemetery had been “improved” & all the graves marked & mapped. Unfortunately, that map is likely long gone. Although it wouldn’t help much today since that cemetery was moved in 1956. It might have had names or numbers that might’ve helped though.