|Cemetery notes and/or description:|
Cemetery located north-east of the house number 2823 on Loch Laurel road on private property, you must ask permission before entering.
(Also known as Wisenbaker-Belote cemetery.)
There is a large magnolia tree on the northern boundary of the cemetery and a large noticable oak tree on the southern boundary of the cemetery, there is also a fence through the middle (north-to-south) of the cemetery which seperated the Caucasian and African-American graves. Around the Blake-Berrien-Lewis-Bennett-Boykin graves, there are about 5 to 7 Right-of-Way square concrete markers, not sure if graves or just used as "fence" around those graves. There is also a noticable oak tree line on the western boundary which could have possibly have been a fenceline too. There are many scattered depressions, which are graves but no accurate count could be ascertained.