The photographs in this portion of the archives were contributed by:
Mary Ann Thomas (mt)
(Click on the underlined name to download the tombstone photograph)
The Burnett Family Cemetery is located on Fremont County Road 132, 1.7 miles north of the junction with County Road 123. The cemetery is on the east side of the road on top of the hill on private property. Fences enclose two plots. (mt)
The Eskilson grave site is located on Colorado Highway 9, 9.4 miles north of the junction with US-50. It is up a fairly steep hill on private property. There are three known graves: Harold Eskilson, a grave with an unreadable marker and an unmarked plot. (mt)
The Haynor grave site is located near Portland on private land. It has only one headstone.
The McCumber Family Cemetery is located southeast of Canon City just off Colorado Highway 115 about 1/4 mile east of McKinzie Blvd. There are three known graves - one unmarked. (mt)
To get to the Skyline Drive West Cemetery take US 50 west from Canon City about 4 miles to Skyline Drive. The cemetery is just west of the Skyline Drive exit on private property.
To get to the Taylor Family Cemetery take US 50 west from Canon City, turn north onto Colorado Highway 9 for about 10 miles and then turn west on Fremont Co Road 2 (Tallahassee Rd. ). Go 5.4 miles to Fremont Co Rd 26, follow Co Rd 26 across Cottonwood Creek then turn right (still on Co Rd 26) 1.3 miles to burial plot (1/10 mile past Candle Lane.) (mt)
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