Huguenot Cemetery in St. Augustine
Huguenot shows up on many “haunted tour” and “abandoned cemetery” websites, that explain how the cemetery, opened in 1821, became the final resting place for many of St. Augustine’s non-Catholic citizens. Yellow fever also helped make the place populated; nearby Tolomato Cemetery received all the Catholics. According to the Florida Division of Historical Resources, Huguenot is full of amazing examples of early 19th century funerary stonework.
“Closed to us, but you can walk the perimeter…”