Within the Dana community are seven family cemeteries and four church cemeteries.
Four of the seven family cemeteries are Stepp cemeteries. The most historic of the family cemeteries is the Stepp Family Cemetery – Red Hill. The grave sites of James Stepp and his wife, Mary “Polly” Mills Stepp, most likely the first settlers into the community and among the earliest settlers in all of today’s Henderson County, are within this cemetery. The other Stepp cemeteries include graves of descendants of James Stepp and Mary “Polly” Mills Stepp.
The Hill Family Cemetery contains grave sites of descendants of John Hill whose grave site is within the Edneyville community. The other two family cemeteries are individual graves.
The two most historical church cemeteries in the community are those of Refuge Baptist Church and Dana United Methodist Church. The oldest church cemetery is that of Refuge Baptist Church organized prior to the Civil War. The cemetery at Dana United Methodist Church also contains graves that date to the mid-1800s. The other three churches were organized in the 20th century.

Basiewicz Family Cemetery

Bradley Cemetery (Reese Bradley)

Dana Baptist Church Cemetery

Dana United Methodist Church Cemetery

Fair Haven Baptist Church Cemetery

Hill Family Cemetery – Dana

Refuge Baptist Church Cemetery

Stepp Family Cemetery– Golden Hill

Stepp Family Cemetery-Red Hill

Stepp Family Cemetery-Round Hill

Union Hill Holiness Baptist Church Cemetery

Will Stepp Family Cemetery