According to the Graves Registration Project (1940-1941) conducted by the Federal Works Agency Work Projects Administration of Florida, this cemetery was located in Flagler Beach.
DIRECTIONS: Their directions to the cemetery were as follows; "From the intersection of Moody Boulevard and Central Ave in the town of Flagler Beach, go north on Central Avenue 9/10 mile to the cemetery which lies west of the road."
The following story concerning this cemetery appeared in the Thursday, October 9, 1924 edition of The Flagler Tribune:
“The plot of ground on which stood the first cemetery at Flagler Beach was sold last week to Harry Sessions. The property comprises an acre of the old Cochran addition and the first interment was the remains of William Cochran, on whose homestead it was situated. But very few graves have marked the spot and these were moved to Hope Cemetery the first of the week.
Mr. Sessions, the present owner will cut the ground into building lots, which being situated on a high ridge will overlook the Atlantic on the east and Silver Lake on the west with Central Avenue as an eastern boundary.”