We hit both a literal and a figurative bump in the road during our search for the cemetery in Acătare.  Ethnically most of the townspeople were either Magyar or Roma and since my guide spoke neither Magyar nor Romani, he had difficulty communicating with them.  Eventually we were directed to the Christian Reformed cemetery that we had seen driving into town.  We searched that hill thoroughly to no avail.  We then returned to town and went to city hall where my guide spoke with the mayor and got good directions.  We drove up a severely rutted dirt road at some peril to our mobility and found a modest cemetery of about 35 stones.  There was a downed fence that afforded no protection, but the cemetery was quite isolated with the result that a concerted effort would be required to locate it. The stones were typically unadorned.