The 1911 grave of John Eaves JP has a lovely wooden fence with some simple yet striking design features. Surely the fence is not 99 years old. In the very damp coastal climate of Corindi most wooden fences would only last 30 years but it feels much older. The decorative post tops are irregular and handmade. The gravestone is a beautiful marble that is now heavily stained
The most interesting aspect is the 56 year gap between burials at the cemetery. On the right is the grave of Colin Wall in 1938 and Edmond (Ted) Power in 1994. Ted Power was 92 when he died so he possibly owned the plot for a long time.
One other note: did anyone notice that the sign is misspelt, however, there are many roads and streets that use this spelling of cemetery! Anyone got any answers on this?
This is my contribution to the Taphophile Tragics meme