Years ago I did the same thing with the same response. I dont know why they are so closed mouth. Maybe they get too many requests. There are some unmarked graves there. My line are the Cobbs and Crosses. One of my Cobbs is supposed to be there but I have never found him. Either he is in an unmarked grave or he was left behind when they moved the cemetery. Here is a quote from the Geneva county website. "During the Second Creek War the Alberson family were horribly slain by the Indians in 1837 near the first site of Wesley Chapel, named for the founder of Methodistism, located by the branch of the same name. Perhaps as a result of a flood in the river another site was chosen about half a mile east and on higher ground where the first cemetery was. Later on the third site was selected across the road from the present building, south of the modern cemetery. Here stood the famous church for many years until it was moved to the north side of the road and finally the fifth site, and present one, was chosen. "This church is one of the very oldest in this section and it has a noted cemetery where many pioneers lie."