Cemetery notes and/or description: "East of the (Nuestra Señora de la Asunción) church and forming its entrance court is the campo santo. Filled with a single cross and loose earth, it looks as if it has been filled to maintain a level plane. Here the faithful were buried, while persons of higher rank were buried within the nave of the church. Leslie White noted that the density of bodies already interred required disturbance of the old by the new but that this practice did not seem to bother the Indians to any considerable degree."
Treib, Marc. Sanctuaries of Spanish New Mexico. Berkeley: University of California Press, c1993 1993