Located off Rt. 10N at Oceana onto Rt. 85, on a very steep hillside behind the old Cook home, later Jack & Agnes Cook Riders' white two-story house the left of the road, surrounded by a white picket fence. All that is visible from the hill today is a thick stand of pine trees. The cemetery is totally enclosed with the closely packed trees. It is difficult to get inside, difficult to manuever, and most of all, difficult to stand.
|COOK, David J.||1844||1917|
|COOK, Delilah M.||1850||1890||Wife of David J. Cook|
|MAHONE, Corba||1879||1950||Wife of Jackson Mahone|
|COOK, Lena B.||16 Aug 1904||15 Sep 1909|
|COOK, Cecil B.||23 Apr 1907||20 Oct 1909|
Recorded by Peggy L. Blackburn. 2 December 1998.