Information on the cemeteries of Durham County can be found in multiple places online. Some cemeteries have been highlighted below. If you do not see your cemetery listed below, check out these other listings:
Durham County USGenWeb archives
Durham County USGenWeb Tombstone project
**NEW** North Carolina Digital Collections – WPA Historical Records Surveys
If you would like to contribute a transcription or photographs you have taken to the Durham County USGenWeb page, please email Ginger R. Smith.
Adcock Family Cemetery – Listings can be found at FindAGrave.com and a survey can be found on Cemetery-Census. This cemetery has been surveyed, but not yet photographed. There are 17 headstones. This cemetery is located on the west side of Adcock Road (SR1621) just north of Ellis Chapel Road in Mangum Township of Durham County North Carolina. It is on private property. If you would like to volunteer to photograph this cemetery, or contribute photographs you have taken, please email Ginger R. Smith.
Addison Family Cemetery – Survey of about 99 headstone markers posted to Cemetery-Census; Selected photos can be found at the listing on FindAGrave.com. This cemetery has been surveyed, but not yet photographed. There are about 99 headstones. This cemetery is located in Oak Grove township of Durham County North Carolina. If you would like to volunteer to photograph this cemetery, or contribute photographs you have taken, please email Ginger R. Smith.
Anderson Family Cemetery – Well maintained cemetery located on private property at 7402 Herndon Road in Durham, Durham County. Grave marker information can be found at both Cemetery-Census and FindAGrave.com.
Anderson-Groudulph Families Cemetery – Abandoned cemetery near Chapel Hill and Anderson Streets in Durham.
Andrews Chapel and Cozart Family Cemetery – Selected photos of about 100 graves are available from Cemetery-Census and FindAGrave.com. Survey done by Sandra Jean Cooley Nackab posted to the Durham County, NC USGenWeb Archives
Bailey Family Cemetery – Abandoned cemetery located Carr Township on Boyce Mill Road (SR 1807).
Barbee’s Chapel Church Cemetery – Located on Kipley Drive in Durham, just about a mile from Farrington Road. It is located about 100 ft. in the woods. Cemetery-Census has a survey of 82 graves, FindAGrave.com has a survey of 87 graves.
Barbee Cemetery, Christopher and William – Located on the former Meadowmont estate of the DuBose Family, north of Route 54 east of Chapel Hill.
Barbee, George W Family – Located in Triangle Township on Alston Avenue near NC 55 at Wake County line.
Barbee, Gray family – Located in Durham behind the Wachovia Bank building on Salem Street at Angier Avenue. Survey of 6 graves.
Barbee, H. Tyler family – Located in Triangle Township on Jack Barbee Homeplace on Barbee Road about one mile south of NC 54. Survey of 6 graves.
Barbee, John and Sallie family – Located in Triangle Township about 100 feet from front of property at 825 Ellis Road. Cemetery survey and pictures of 25 graves.
Barbee, W. A. family - Located in Durham and surrounded by the Royal Oaks Apartments on Cornwallis Road (south of Riddle Road, east of Fayetteville Street, and west of Alston Avenue). Survey of 11 graves.
Barbee -Herndon Family cemetery This abandoned cemetery is located in Triangle Township behind the G. A. Barbee Homeplace on the east side of Fayetteville Road across railroad. Survey of 12 graves.
Blalock-Copley-Tilley Cemetery – This cemetery has been surveyed and posted online to the Durham Co., NC USGenWeb Archives and CemeteryCensus.com. Many photos of headstones have been posted to Find-A-Grave. There are about 42 headstones. This cemetery is located on Range Road (State Road 1610) in Mangum Township of Durham County North Carolina. It is located near the Granville County Line.
Copley Cemetery – Survey of this cemetery posted to the Durham County USGenWeb Archives page. Also see Vaughan-Copley-Ellis Family cemetery survey posted at Cemetery-Census.com. This cemetery has not been photographed. If you would like to photograph this cemetery, please email Ginger R. Smith.
Lynn Crossroads Community Cemetery- All photos are available from Cemetery-Census and Find-A-Grave. (Note: the actual photos posted to these two sites were taken by different people, therefore the angles and quality differ between them. Make sure to check out both sites!)