The church yard at Las Trampas had a small graveyard in it.
The village of Las Trampas was founded in 1751 and the church was built between 1760 and 1776. The historic marker said, “Parishioners periodically re-mud the adobe walls, which are as much as six feet thick.” I guess eventually those ever-thickening walls will start to encroach on the graves.
San José de Gracia Church
Las Trampas, New Mexico
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