Location: On private property, about 2 miles northwest of the town of Lincoln on NM Highway 380. The cemetery is south of Highway 380, up the hill behind a house. It is hard to see from the road.
Last Name, First/Middle Name/ Birth Date, Death Date, Comments
Baca, Frances Vigil, 03/10/1892, 04/05/1975
Baca, Frances Vigil, 1921, 2000
Baca, Francisco, Plain rock, no dates
Baca, Israel A., 09/16/1953, 05/20/1979, VA stone, Pfc US Army Vietnam
Baca, Jose B., 1892, 01/20/1978, VA stone, Pvt US Army WW 1
Baca, Lucie, Plain rock, no dates, hard to read
Baca, Martin, Plain rock, no dates
Baca, Telesfora, 1864, 1918, Mother
Vigil, Mabel Baca, 1890, 1918, Mother
There were several graves that were marked using rocks as headstones.
However, there were no names
or other markings on these rocks.
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