That is curious, as the headstones of Alexander Cobb and his wife are very prominent about 60 yards, from the road, into the woods that have grown up on the grounds. Alexander Cobb was the owner of Cobb's Ferry and died in 1860. He has an expensive marbel headstone that is still legible. Martha & William's are corroded and virtually illegible, now, as they were made of low cost, field stone.
If you go there, take mosquito repellent.
The directions need to state that the stop sign is no longer on the intersection of the Sam Lee Rd.
We had to get some local people to point out the cemetery, as it can't be seen from the road very well. While we were there the property owner who is developing the land stopped and asked what we were doing there. He was concerned when we told him our relatives were there. The grave next to Martha's is my great-grand father, William Moneymaker (1827-1878). My father said they were buried together, so I assume the stone next to the right of hers is it. They are so weathered we could only make out a few letters on Martha's, but the layout-map shows where it is, relative to the Rosellears' marker and the Cobb's headstones.
On the corner of the Sam Lee Rd. and Couch Mill Rd., lives a young woman with the maiden name of Moneymaker. One of the ladies we asked of directions, said she went to school with her. That lady said it was on the corner behind a chain link fence. She wasn't home when we stopped there. The name on the mail box was Slingos, or something close. This is from memory, but the number was 12150 Sam Lee Rd., if my memory serves me. What a coincidence!!!