I think it is County Road 5. Turn south on County 5 at Harkins Crossroads. The cemetery in on a hill in the woods. I do not remember a Church. It was organized before 1855 and disbanded shortly thereafter, approzimately 125 marked graves and 285 unmarked graves; first known interment was a C.(or G.) Street(d. 1853). Common names: Burgess, Gortney, McCain, Nichols, Patterson, and Toland. The cemetery is still used today.