If Seymour residents think the area lacks history there is one piece of newly discovered land that could prove these skeptics dead wrong.
Discovered just two years ago, the historical cemetery located just behind St. Paul’s Episcopal Church on Boyds Creek is still generating local curiosity for residents who know of its existence.
“This land doesn’t belong to the church or the other cemetery,” said Don Tousinau, a member of the church who does the landscaping for the area. “We aren’t sure who owns the land, but it is private property so there is a limit to what we can do for the upkeep.”
The plot of nearly 40 small and varying sized tombstones was first discovered when the church had purchased a neighboring piece of land that was transformed into a gravel parking lot.... read the rest of the story by Subscribing now.