The marker reads: "SAINT JOSEPH CEMETERY -- This site is one of three cemeteries of Saint Joseph. Many persons interred here were victims of yellow fever which plagued the city throughout July and August, 1841, causing its depopulation and abandonment. The dread disease, sparing neither rich nor poor, was brought into port by sailing ship from the Greater Antilles. Here many prominent territorial Florida statesmen, journalists and merchants succumbed. No markers remain of those buried in trenches. F-99 FLORIDA BOARD OF PARKS AND HISTORIC MEMORIALS IN COOPERATION WITH GULF COUNTY HISTORICAL COMMISSION 1963". Top of the sign: Image of the Great Seal of the State of Florida – In God We Trust
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Taylor, George Lansing, Jr.; Lance Taylor; Photographers -- Florida –Jacksonville; Photograph collections -- Florida – Jacksonville; Cemeteries – Florida -- Gulf County; Historic markers – Florida – Gulf County; Port St. Joe (Fla.)