1. I have some relatives buried here. I would like to be able to get the directions to this cemetery.

  2. I would like to be able to get the directions to this cemetery. I have relatives that are buried there.

  3. Author

    If you take Hwy B south, you will find the Catholic Church in Coffman and turn there, I think it’s Gegg Rd, make a left on that if coming from the North. Then make a left onto WW to go past Crown Winery. The cemetery is on a county road (making a left) somewhere as you go down WW. It’s not far so if you pass any other wineries than Crown, you’ve gone too far. But look for the sign that’s pictured at the top of this page.
    Good luck!

  4. Hi Valerie. Thanks for all the work you do with cemetery transcripts. We’ve been to this cemetery several times. Jesse Bryan was my 2nd G GF . He was indeed 86 yrs. of age when he died. He was a doctor in the Revolutionary War. I’ve never been able to find his wife, my 2nd GGM’s stone/grave. Her name was Elizabeth Bailey Bryan ( 5/1/1776- 3/4/1862) Their son, Thomas Bryan and his wife, Louisa Griffith Bryan were my GGParents. William Bryan was Thomas’ brother and Ann (B.S, Pratte) their sister. I just mention these because their stones are there.

    Thanks again, Sheila

  5. Sorry, I had my generations mixed up. Ann Bryan, (m.B.S.Pratte) was Thomas and Louisa’s daughter.
    (He also had a sister named Ann.)


  6. Valerie
    May I use some of your pictures on my find a grave site for this cemetery. I will say who took them.

    1. Author

      Sure that’s fine, thank you for asking!

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    1. Author

      You should be able to click on anything you want here and download it. I’m not even sure where my originals are anymore!!

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