McBryde Sugar Plantation Cemetery

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Only recently discovered in 2013 this cemetery is the final resting place of Chinese and Japanese laborers who worked on the McBryde Sugar Plantation in the late 1800s to early 1900s. Debra Davis accidentally discovered the gravestones which were mostly buried under overgrowth and weeds, but she was able to read the names on some of the markers, allowing descendants to visit long-lost family members.