It is very well-kept cemetery that was freshly mowed and completely devoid of trash. It is not remote at all as there are houses surrounding it, as well as the church.
Most of the grave markers are older with deaths ranging in the 1800's. There were a couple of deaths in the early 1900's, and I didn't see anything after that. There were multiple stones that appeared as if they had been broken, either because they had fallen over due instability or they were pushed over. Some of them seemed to have fallen long ago as they were already being taken over by the grass surrounding them.
|You can barely make out the name on this one|
|Broken off stone near the Brees Family. It is possible it is a child's since it is so small.|
|All that is left of Thomas Baldwin's gravestone|
I like to remember my little ray of sunshine when I have to look at gravestones such as this one of twins who didn't make it very long in this world.
|Infant on left and Adelia age 6 on right; Brees Family|
You can search this cemetery through the Find A Grave search box:
I was frustrated at the end of visiting this cemetery because although I did obtain a lot of photos, I could not find 4 out of the 9 photo requests for this cemetery. I even walked through the cemetery twice trying to find them. I don't know if they were one of the sunken or broken graves, but three of them were in the transcription mentioned above so they had to have been in the cemetery at some point. I'm just sorry I didn't get a photograph of them in time.
You can find the photos I did take at Flickr.