Introduction and Brief History
The cemetery and church have been abandoned and victimized by vandals over the years. A committee was formed in 1978 to save the church and cemetery grounds. In 1982 the chapel and cemetery were listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The cemetery grounds are rectangular in shape, enclosed by a wire fence. There is a mixture of wooden markers and tombstones here. The wooden markers are mostly unreadable due to weather erosion over the years. Out of 333 markers and tombstones found here, only 198 were legible.
The cemetery has
no formal map available, so a sketch was drawn to show how it is laid
out in relation to the church.
It was divided into
four sections and read as NW, SW, NE, and SE.
Thank you to these volunteers - Beverly Blum, Judy Chambers, Ken Hart and Phoebe Adams for their efforts.
This cemetery was originally read on
Headstone Photos are available as an attachment to an email: Contact SLOCGS ~ Librarian
Information contained on the Index: Name, Date of Birth, Date of Death, Grave Location & Transcribers Notes
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