Located about 50 yards from the Old Reavis House is the family cemetery. Buried there are mostly residents of the house over the years (at least five generations). The oldest tombstones are dated in the early 1800's. Buried there also is a Confederate Soldier. It is belived that some slaves may be buried there, which are marked with rocks only. There are approximately 50 graves there. The picture shown is a combination of two pictures taken from two different angles.The two tall tombstones are those of Thomas and Lucy Coghill, parents of Mary Coghill who married Lewis Pleasants Reavis (residents of the house during the Civil War). Their graves are in front to the Coghills', but only have rocks for markers.