From Austin Explorer's log of San Marcos - Blanco Cemetery
These mysterious concrete markers can be found in several spots around the cemetery. In some cases they appear as corners of family plot boundaries. Elsewhere they appear to bear illegible markings of some sort for individual burials.
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