On the way to Green’s Shell Enclosure Heritage Preserve, you pass a graveyard. This is called the Stoney Cemetery, Amelia White Cemetery or the Graham Cemetery.
The Stoney family is one of the families mentioned on the historical marker for the Zion Chapel of Ease. It just says they worshiped there.
It is right by the water, overhung with live oak and spanish moss. People have planted bulbs and holly. There were silk and plastic flowers and lawn art left to decorate the graves.
The earliest graves are from the 1800s.
Green’s Shell Enclosure and the Stoney Cemetery, Amelia White Cemetery or the Graham Cemetery are at 95 Squire Pope Road.
There is a list of those buried here compiled from the book, Hilton Head Island Cemeteries by Karen Marsh Gobrecht and John Griffin. However the names on this list do not quite match the names on the graves I saw. Some are missing. Some are not the same. For example, Mr. Pleasant Drayton has the same birth and death dates as on the grave marker for Mrs. Pleasen Drayton.