The two-wheel-rut path to get to the graveyard isn't for low clearance vehicles.
Many folks living hereabouts didn't have a lot of money for fancy headstones -
they just used what they could find... Some were very modest monuments.
School was a luxury beyond most folk's means too. Reading and writing
were skills that weren't universal in the local area. The tombstones were
inscribed with lines - like the paper at the school - and they did their best
to spell what they wrote correctly...
Local stone didn't have the lasting power of marble or granite - many head stones were reduced to weathered shards.
Here's a clip from the ride back out to the main road... in 4-wheel-drive...
...and at the main road, this abandoned house stood:
Dates of around 1900 could be made out on some headstones. Most were unreadable...