|Cemetery notes and/or description:|
The burial area consists of two rough stones located on a small knoll across the Bruneau River from the stone barn at Black Rock Crossing. Access the burial area by following a faint cow path from the river crossing site downstream to a knoll directly across the river from the stone barn. Lat Long 42.0593474 -115.6525829. Local history, unconfirmed, relates that one of the graves belongs to a man who contracted rabies and was left to die in the stone barn. The other grave was of a man who contracted botulism after eating a bad can of tomatoes.