|Cemetery notes and/or description:|
This cemetery is located on the east side of Old Kings Road, 1 mile north of State Road 100 in Flagler County, Florida. The land for the cemetery was purchased by the Espanola Lodge F. & A.M. for the sum of One Dollar (1.00) from Lewis Edward Wadsworth II and his wife, Angela Augusta Carpenter Wadsworth on 26 Mar 1948. The indenture is filed in Flagler County Deed Book 30, page 201.
The earliest burial found by the compiler was 30 Dec. 1949, however, in the 03 Jun 1948 edition of The Flagler Tribune, it was stated that the body of Versie Lee Mitchell, a soldier from Bunnell, who had enlisted at Camp Blanding on 27 Mar 1943 and who drowned in Burma on 19 Jan 1944, was being returned by the military and that he was to be buried here. The compiler was unable to locate his grave.
A small portion of the original King's Road which the British constructed in the 1770s may e found on he west side of the cemetery. On August 7, 2008, the City of Palm Coast Commission approved an agreement with the Espanola Masonic Lodge to help maintain and see grant funding to upgrade the cemetery.
(Thanks to the compiler, Claude Sisco Dean, Jr., for giving me permission to submit his information to findagrave)