The old photo I saw of the Coffman-Orr cemetery had 7 stones and I think I identified all of them, including Elizabeth's mother, Anna Hesser. If your photo has more than 7 stones, I would love to see a copy! Henry and Elizabeth Snider were Presbyterians from Loudoun co., VA. In 2009, a cousin visted the farm where the Coffman-Orr cemetery is located. The current owner is aware of the approximate location of the cemetery, but they were unable to locate any stones. I suspect Elizabeth is probably there. In 1850 and 1860 she was living with son-in-law and daughter, John and Elizabeth Orr in Fayette County. I have not found where they are buried, either. Three of the Snider siblings married Orr siblings. There could be a lot more graves in the Coffman-Orr Cemetery. Eleanor Orr Snider, wife of Peter is buried in another cemetery and is on Find A Grave. A Fayette history says that Samuel Coffman bought the old Henry Snider Farm. The Cemetery is near where Henry Snider's mill was located.