Section Photos

Here’s a weak attempt at humor as Corona-virus “social distancing” time is spent prowling the cemetery alone and decoding barely legible engravings. These deceased have been in these groups for a long time, and I guess they know each other well. At least one, and probably others, died of Yellow Fever in the 1800’s, so they knew what “social distancing” meant though they probably had a different name for it.

The photos were taken March 20, 2020, as the early morning spring sunshine bathed the faces, and in a few cases, the back ends, of the markers.

Looking North West from the School Playground
Looking South at East End of Fenced Area
Looking West from Center of East End of Graveyard
Looking North West from Center of East End of Graveyard
Looking South West from Center of East End of Graveyard
Rows 6-8, Columns D-E on the Grid
Rows 6 – 8, Columns A – C.
Section E10 on the Grid Diagram
Sections A9, A10, B9, and B10 on the Grid Diagram.