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Indian Park Cemetery

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Date: Oct 2018
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Indian Park School House, is on the googlemaps and Indian Park Cemetery is up the hill from the school. park in the school lot.

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The Indian Park Cemetery is in Jarre Canyon, Jarre Cyn Road, CO 67 (.5 miles past the Giddy up GO Store) you can see the school from the road, the cemetery is 100 yards north of it.

There are 13 known persons laid to rest here. There are also several just "Rocks" that appear to say there is someone else.

"William Smith was the local sawmill owner and donated the land for the school house up in the mountains, about 10 miles west of the city of Sedalia. He was the first to be laid to rest here."

Sources: USGW Archives MAP

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This sounds fascinating! I wish I was in Colorado to help with this one!