The municipality of San Andres in Catanduanes has an abandoned heritage cemetery that is now empty except for the remaining walls made of mamposteria, rocks piled on top of one another, located in Barangay Wagdas. There is scant information about this structure and I don’t know when this was built and who built it except that a Wikipedia entry indicated that it was abandoned in the American colonial period and became a plantation.
The structure itself is not in good condition. Sections have been opened to give way to a residence entrance at the back while the current main access might have been another closed section that has been breached. There are also some houses that have been built directly beside the fence.
At one side, facing north, is a pair of columns that might have marked the original gate. A small section of the walls has paletada while the rest are exposed mamposteria.