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Facing north, 1 picture per southern fence post.
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Facing West, 1 picture per eastern fence post.
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Facing south, 1 picture per northern fence post.
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The five main graves (and transplanted foot stone), taken from below the footstone of each
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The pictures on this page were specifically taken to allow me to create a map of the graveyard. The pictures n the first four rows were each taken looking straight acroos the cemetery with my back to one of the posts in the fence around it. As shown here they procede counter-clockwise from the southwestern (DSCF0124.JPG) to northwestern corners (DSCF0143.JPG).

The pictures in the bottom row are taken standing just below the foot of each grave, facing the headstone of the five original standing headstones and the transplanted footstone. Picture DSCF0149.JPG shows the transplanted footstone to the left, and the headstone to its right. In DSCF0148.JPG you can see the sam e headstone, and the hole from which the fallen footstone had been retrieved in the foreground. The fallen stone can be seen in that hole in the 2004 picture DSCF0028 The remaining four pictures procede grave by gave to the north.