Tiny plot just off the trail

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User: Austin Explorer - 8/6/2017

Location: McRae Family Cemetery

Rating: 3stars


I had seen this fenced in area from the road numerous times in the past.  When I went walking through Milburn Park there was no reason not to take a few steps off the trail to get a closer look at what's here.

There's just one legible headstone, for one Daniel McRae, who passed away in 1919.  There are signs of additional burials there, but nothing legible.

Area around McRae Family Cemetery
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