Ironically the only thing that’s “alive” about Doodletown is its cemeteries. I say that they are “alive”, because former Doodletown inhabitants can still be interred here, should they so choose. I believe that there are two cemeteries (as well as the site of the first June cemetery), one of which is still active, but in the short time I had available I was only able to find this one. According to a nearby marker: “Second June Cemetery. Caleb June (1802-1879) willed this property to his heirs in 1871 for a burying ground. Many of the later generations of the founding June families are interred here. It is still in use.”.
Taken with a Sony RX100 M3.