There are several unidentified graves near the original town site. These were mostly law enforcement individuals, and some others were lost to Indians raids. The Library of Congress states that two soldiers were drowned in the Mukewater Creek, during the late 1857's, when Camp Colorado was located nearby. Part of this information and photographs of all of the Markers were granted by the Coleman County Historical Comission, for which ue are very grateful.
From Brownwood take US 377 south. At about three miles turn onto
FM 1176 for a distance of fifteen miles. At mileage nurmber fourteen, you
will cross the Coleman-Brown County road marker. One mile to the Trickham
Church and the junction of Coleman CR 216. Turn left to the cemetery .