There’s a guy hunting a private family cemetery right next to a farm that I hunt. He claims that he’s hunting public land because he says the cemetery is public access. It is only 1/2 acre and is very grown up. This fool has two piles of corn in the cemetery and climbs a tree with a climber. No doubt in my mind that he will shoot deer outside the cemetery on property that I hunt. Fish and wildlife say that they can’t prosecute him for trespassing without the owners consent. The cemetery was established in the early 1800’s and no one seems to know who actually owns the cemetery now. Basically this guy is getting away with trespassing just because nobody is there to prosecute. He doesn’t have written or oral permission to hunt there, which it states a person must have in order to hunt private property. It doesn’t set well with me that this guy is turning the final resting place of many that lived in the early 1800’s into his kill zone. Any advice on finding out who owns the cemetery?