Located in the Buffalo Pasture is Smoky Row Cemetery.
The following is quoted from a publication of the Thermopolis Independent Record newspaper:
Old Smoky Row Cemetery in Hot Springs State Park dates back to the 1890s.Located in a gulch east of the Star Plunge, Smoky Row was living quarters for early visitors to the hot springs. They camped in crude stone-front dugouts carved into the hillside. Among those buried there are:• Mollie Koshear, who slipped over the falls into the river below the hot springs while placing articles under the falls to be coated;• Augernose Jane, a Smoky Row character;• Jack Berry, old soldier and mail carrier from Embar to Torrey, who dived into the first swimming pool and was killed;• A strange woman, name unknown, described as being very large.
See also Hot Springs State Park: Buffalo Pasture, White Sulpher Road, The Grounds, Bath House, Flower Gardens, Source of Flow, Boardwalk and Terraces, View from West Side,"Fountains" and Bridge, History of the Spring, Gift of the Smoking Water, and mineral ponds.