In the full version, you can click on any marker to reveal the inscriptions on the headstones. In this version, you can read the headstones highlighted on the map by clicking on the links beneath it.

A Map of the Graveyard in Marble Springs

Plot One | Plot Two | Plot Three | Plot Four | Plot Five | Marble Springs

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The graveyard lies crooked on Gold Hill, reminding the living of the lives of those buried in Marble Springs.
Plot One:
Jake Mateson 1840 -1895
Mollie Mateson 1851-1886

"'Neath the shadow of these stern mountains, we have laid our sweet little boy to rest." Jan 15, 1869.

Ruby Mateson 1867-1929
Emmy Mateson 1870-1929

Plot Two:
Asa Miller 1848-1925
Abigail Miller 1850-1888
"Faithful wife of Asa Miller"

"Our son sleeping in Jesus arms" 1888

Plot Three:
Pastor Ed Horner 1850-1932
"The root of the Righteous shall not be moved."

Millicent Horner 1855-1933
"God is our refuge and our strength."

Baby Horner Baby Horner

Plot Four:
T.M. Davidson1856-1914
"For everything there is a season"
A time to keep and a time to cast away.

Elizabeth Quincy Davidson 1859-1906
"Born in Boston."

Plot Five:
Billie Rose 1869-1902
"Fondly Remembered"

Old Joe Cattering 1830-1904

D.C. M.C.
"Taken too soon"

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