It would be very wise to use a GPS to locate this cemetery. The
stones are small and are easily covered by weeds. At the intersection of
CR 100E and CR 350N, north of Danville, take the lane to the west (would
be 350N, if it continued to the west). An abandoned house is currently
at the end of the lane. Continue driving west as far as possible,
until you reach a field. Walk west along the fencerow to the end of
the field. Turn south and walk along the tree line until a little
bump out where the woods sticks out into the field. The cemetery is
in this clump of trees up on a little hill. If you look at the photograph
taken from the vehicle, the cemetery is just to the north (right) of the
opening in the trees.
NW: N39°48.628’ W86°30.947’
SE: N39°48.620’ W86°30.943’
N39°48.624’ W86°30.945’ or
This cemetery is not fenced, mowed or maintained. There are four
small marble stones for Cofer children, obviously replacements. There
were many large fieldstones in the cemetery, but not in any pattern or order.
No other burials were obvious; however, more are listed on an old reading.
Cemetery from Field
Four Cofer Children's
of One Stone