This one reminds me of this stone carved by Rail Road workers for a crew of 7 that were killed near Victoria Kansas by a War Party of Cheyenne in August of 1867, they are buried along side the tracks just south of Victoria. The seventh man managed to walk back into Fort Hays shot and scalped, he died at the fort. And a memorial placed by the Union Pacific in which was highly unusual for the RR, most laborers just received a shallow grave along the tracks. There are only 11 graves in this small cemetery, the six track workers and 5 typhoid victims. RR tracks are visible just across the road.