Shielded from the road by large oleander bushes, next to a vineyard, is the vaulted grave of George B. Otis, a founder of Selma, 1844-1916, and his wife, Elizabeth R. Otis, 1851-1920, and a stone marker for Albert J. Otis, 1872-1947, at the old overgrown Odd Fellows Cemetery in Selma, south of Mountain View Avenue, on the east side of Van Horn Avenue.
Shielded from the road by large oleander bushes, next to a vineyard, is the vaulted grave of George B. Otis, a founder of Selma, 1844-1916, and his wife, Elizabeth R. Otis, 1851-1920, and a stone marker for Albert J. Otis, 1872-1947, at the old overgrown Odd Fellows Cemetery in Selma, south of Mountain View Avenue, on the east side of Van Horn Avenue. JOHN WALKER jwalker@fresnobee.com
Shielded from the road by large oleander bushes, next to a vineyard, is the vaulted grave of George B. Otis, a founder of Selma, 1844-1916, and his wife, Elizabeth R. Otis, 1851-1920, and a stone marker for Albert J. Otis, 1872-1947, at the old overgrown Odd Fellows Cemetery in Selma, south of Mountain View Avenue, on the east side of Van Horn Avenue. JOHN WALKER jwalker@fresnobee.com

Abandoned cemetery south of Selma dates from 1870s

August 27, 2016 02:00 PM

UPDATED August 27, 2016 02:00 PM

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