This cemetery is on a knoll one mile west of the early day Boyd, out in a pasture on private land. Old Boyd is inaccessible and is marked only by a grove of small trees and a large pink boulder. Among the dead, were two children of the Amos Lease family and Jim Reece, a cowboy. There were more graves, but just how many is not known, as time has erased all evidence of the burial site. No picture is available.
|Lease||child of Amos|
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