Whenever I visit a cemetery to track my own ancestors, I always do a quick check of the whole lot for "children between censuses," as I call them. Then I take pictures as a way to record their existence. It's weird, I know, but I just don't want anyone to be forgotten.
Today's child between censuses is Myrtle Chadwell. She is buried in Kelley-Rogers Cemetery in Cameron, Louisiana.
Note the Mardi Gras beads. I don't know if someone put them there, lost them there or they just settled there after Hurricane Ike.
Hopefully a blog visitor down the road sees this photo and can fit Myrtle into his or her family tree. She belongs to someone, somewhere. Just don't look for her in a federal census.