From the intersection of Hwy 4 (Pennsylvania Avenue) and Westphalia Road,
go left or northwest on Westphalia Road for .25 miles until it turns west.
Turn left and go up the gravel road until you reach the house. The cemetery
is about .15 miles northeast from the house.
This small family cemetery has an iron fence around it, all of which
is surrounded by old cedar trees. The cemetery is in poor shape with
toppled and buried headstones. It also has a lot of wild plants growing
The cemetery is on land that was once owned by the Talburtt Family.
However for the last eighty years, the land has been owned by the Bean
Family. It is sometimes called the Osborn Cemetery.
After I walked this cemetery I compared my finding with "Stones and
Bones" which was published in 1984.
This is from my visit on Nov 14, 2006. This transcription contains
all existing and legible headstones found at that time.
- Anne Braun
Osborn, Charlotte, d. Apr 30, 1880
Osborn, J. A., no dates, (he is buried in a vault)
Osborn, J. Alfred, d. Nov 5, 1884
Osbourn, Levi, d. Aug 22, 1861, age 65 years
Talburtt, Jesse A., d. Mar 31, 1850, age 85 years
Talburtt, Mildreth, d. Mar 25, 1834, age 56 years, w/o Jesse
Talburtt, Rebecca, d. Nov 5, 1861