On a slightly inclined hill, spotted with mature cedars there is an Afro-American cemetery that has existed since shortly after the Civil War.
Claiming several acres near the historic town of Lancaster, Kentucky, it is a cemetery that holds past citizens of the local black community. There is not an official name posted at the cemetery entrance.
|Cabal Marritt Junior|
I thought about what Jamie had just told me. I realized that not only was there a reaching out of local community in life but also in death.