Only a small white sign with green lettering explains to shoppers at the nearby Winn Dixie why there is such a large open area in the midst of an otherwise busy and crowded mix of residential and commercial buildings.
Even the most casual observer will conclude this graveyard is home to far more burials than there are gravemarkers. You can see numerous depressions in the ground.
Perhaps the best looking marker belongs to a childless married couple who were born into slavery and lived near their final resting place when the entire town was known as "Woodbridge."
Now, only the cemetery carries that name.
In case you can't make out the inscription in this photo, it reads:
DIED NOV 16 1919
DIED JULY 31 1919
(Ref: 1900 Census, Orange County, Florida, page 52a.)