The cemetery is the site of a single grave, for Nina Hannold. Nina and her husband Curtis moved to the area in 1908 from Oklahoma, yes, by covered wagon. Curtis taught school at Dugout Wells (8 miles from their homesite). At the young age of 29, the mother of three, Nina fought and loss a battle with uremic poisoning during another pregnancy and died on September 30, 1911. Nina's grave site has a presence on Find A Grave.
Trinkets left in and on the grave site include coins and these silk flowers and look close, a string of pearls.
Actually two headstones, what appears to be the original, and a newer one.
Rest in Peace, Nina.