|Cemetery notes and/or description:|
The huge boulder at the corner of the cemetery was moved from the mouth of Irish Canyon by the Moffatt County Highway Department. There are Indian petroglyphs on three of its sides and the fourth has a plaque that reads: Fort Davy Crockett. Built in the valley in 1837 by mountain men Thompson, Craig, and Sinclair was the winter rendezvous of traders, trappers, and Indians until 1840 after which it fell into decay and was abandoned.
The cemetery is located next to the Old Lodore School which on the registry of National Historic Places. It is located in the romote and historical significant area of Brown's Park and not near any town. But is easily locatede on any Colorado Map.