The Elias Chambers Burial Ground is situated under a few cedar trees in the middle of a farm field. The area was most likely owned by Elias Chambers, who can be found living near Elston in the 1880 census (age 54) of Cole County with his wife, Susan Catherine (52 and born in Tennessee). The census also lists the following children: George William, L. Monroe, Sallie Jenna, Rebecca Isabel, and Elias Theodore.
Only one tombstone is upright. There are what appears to be pieces of other broken tombstones lying about the same location, but nothing with identifiable engraving.
The Elias Chambers Burial Ground is located south of the Missouri River and east of the city of Centertown. From Jefferson City, travel west on Highway 50. Turn north onto Route T, west on Mist Rd., and north on High Point Rd. The cemetery is located in a farm field, among a group of cedar trees.