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GRAVES ON MESCAL GULCH

By Jim and Barbara Marcel

Little is known at this time about the three graves in Mescal Gulch, near Mescal Spring. There are two adult and one child’s grave. One has a cross marked “Husband”.  Were they a family who died here searching for their fame and fortune, bad water, attacked?

Sandstone marker indicating 1901 and across with C. Jones written on it are the only documentation on site. The three graves are distinct in that they are partially raised and not flat to the ground or an impression in the ground.

As information is received on these graves we will update this information.

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Map by Neal Du Shane

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Photo’s courtesy Jim and Barbara Marcel

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