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One is able to see the route I took by following due north from the cemetery pointer to a place of entrance across Bear Creek entering a private residential driveway that bends eastward. That still leaves a 400 yard walk back behind an old barn, across two fence rows (that cannot be seen in the above aerial view) and up the slope to the top of the hill where the cemetery can be found. It is in a thicket of trees surrounded by a pasture. That pasture is surrounded by forest and an old fence row on the west as can be seen in the above aerial view. The GPS coordinates above are correct as far as I know.  
Maps from MS Streets & Trips 2005, Topozone, & MapQuest. Modified for this site by Wayne Austin 31 Jan 2009