Saturday, May 25, 2013
Cemetery Log Date: May 25, 2013
This cemetery was established during Florida’s Reconstruction sometime in the 1860s to serve the rural community of Bakerville. Both black and white members of the community used the burying ground, though the races are separated within the cemetery. Many graves are unmarked.
Text: Robin Moore, Images: Sarah Miller, FPAN staff.
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Intro, May 1: National, May 2: Oakdale, May 3: Murphy's Creek, May 4: Mt. Olive, May 5: Bosque Bello, May 6: Old City, May 7: Espanola, May 8: Tolomato, May 9: Pacetti, May 10: West View, May 11: Magnolia Springs, May 12: St. Peter's, May 13: Gravely Hill, May 14: Pilgrim's Rest, May 15: God's Little Acre, May 16: Dummet's Grave, May 17: No Name, May 18: St. Monica, May 19: St. Joseph's, May 20: Old St. Joseph's (Duval), May 21: Sampson, May 22: Fernandez Reserve