Located 1/4 mile north of Highway 95 on the Hardin Lay place. - MAP-
Note: Winston Chandler is the one responsible for adding new names to the Cemetery. From the looks of old stone there are more buried there but just no names. The agreement with the land owners is that no more stone can be placed in the cemetery. The cemetery is probably a lot bigger but we took what we could get and let it go at that.
The cemetery had a road to it but the owners refused to make that part of the deal. The only way to get to the cemetery is to walk up a very steep hill which will be impossible for most people. You can imagine how hard it is to maintain. Winston Chandler used his own money to fight for this cemetery.
There are unmarked graves as well as these: Minerva (Brickey) Chandler 1845 - 1884 Brickey, Jarrett (James) 1797 - 1861 Brickey, Syntha 1801 - 1906 (note: she was full Cherokee, born in Kentucky) Brickey, Jarrett 1797 - 1861 Eades, Jacob (Jake) 1828 - 1918 Eades, Mary 1834 - 1889 Emmerson, Piney Brickey, Nathaniel Green 1837 - 1867Brickey, Jesse C. 1828 - 1864 Submitted by Danny & Donna
Brickey, Samuel 1839 - 1862 Submitted by Danny & Donna