Although there are group tours with costumed guides at various times of the year, there are always free brochures near the gate with some very interesting details about 28 of the hundreds of graves there. Many go back to the 1700's, though I was surprised to find one for an old friend who died in 2008. The shapes and carvings on the old stones are fascinating, at least to those of us who love the peaceful peek into history that an old cemetery offers. This graveyard was never laid out in neat little rows, the stones are scattered under and around the old live oak trees and thick shrubbery. Meandering through, locating the 28 specific graves, is something of a treasure hunt, with a heightened awareness of our histories as the reward.