This cemetery was the burial site for some of the early settlers of Weiner. There are about 30 graves and all are unmarked except for the six Brooner graves and one Snelling grave.
The name Brooner is engraved on the family stone; Brunner and Bruner was found in the census records; Bruner in land abstract records.
DIRECTIONS. There is not a road to the Brooner Cemetery which is located west of Weiner. From Highway 49 drive one and one-half mile west on Kingshighway; and to the right, the cemetery is northwest across the field at the edge of the woods.
BROONER, Amel, son of Joseph & Mary Brooner, born 1877, died 188? BROONER, Ernest, son of Joseph & Mary Brooner, born 1868, died 1874 BROONER, Joseph (hus. of Mary), born 1839, died 1919 BROONER, Joseph, son of Joseph & Mary Brooner, born 1875, died 1880 BROONER, Mary (Mrs. Joseph), born 1843, died 1922 BROONER, Mary, dau. of Joseph & Mary Brooner, born 1870, died 1877 PHILLIP, John P., hus. of Martha Cook, born Feb. 21, 1824, died March 11, 1886, married Jan. 11, 1849 PHILLIP, Martha Cook (Mrs. John P.), born June 19, 1831, died Jan. 17, 1894 -no marker PHILLIP, ?, first wife of George Phillip & mother of Will. ROBISON, Edith Ann, infant dau. of Jacob & Nancy Maggie Lee (Davis) Robison, born & died 1902 ROBISON, Ethel Ollie, infant dau. of Jacob & Nancy Maggie Lee (Davis) Robison, born & died 1901 SNELLING, Willie L., son of Powel & Susan Snelling, born Nov. 8, 1873, died March 15, 1886 It Was An Angel That Visited The Green Earth And Took A Flower Away