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(March 10, 2012) Enlarge Buckland Family Plot
The family of Samuel Buckland lies buried here.. Remember the soldiers were reburied elsewhere, so much of the small cemetery is barren

(March 10, 2012) Enlarge Fort Churchill Cemetery Gate
These are the gates to the Fort Churchill Cemetery. The cemetery is locked and visitors are prohibited, but it is possible to look inside to see the fragile graves of a few pioneers. The soldiers were all removed



(March 10, 2012) Enlarge First Officers' Quarters Ruins

(March 10, 2012) Enlarge Officer Quarters Floor Plan
In 1864, The Gold Hill Daily News described the officers quarters: "As they are, they are the most comfortable quarters on the coast, and they would be, if finished, the most elegant residences for any gentleman in the land"


(March 10, 2012) Enlarge Ruins of Second Officers Quarters Building
This was the most substantial ruin of the officers quarters at Fort Churchill


(March 10, 2012) Enlarge Third Officers Quarters
There are some small hints at a foundation for the 3rd officers quarters building, otherwise nothing remains

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