Many volunteers have worked very hard to provide the researchers
of Jefferson County a listing of Cemeteries and to provide pictures
of headstones to help you in your personal research.
So please do not take the cemetery listings and pictures
that others have worked so hard to provide and add it
to any other website as your own.
for understanding and respecting
the work of others.
Pace Cemetery Tidbits
Submitted By: John E Young * firstname.lastname@example.org
Watson, Melville Sept.17,1854
Watson, Son Oct.07,1850
The named Watson, Melville and Watson, Son
both have the inscription on them saying "Son of Joel F & Sarah M".
The one which the web page calls Son Watson was broken in two places;
all that remains is the middle section.
But he was Charles T Watson, born in Nov 1849 (1850 census info),
and wasn't in the 1860 census. Hence, he must have been the one this stone is for.
The mother of the two boys was Sarah Marena Taylor
Submitted By: Lisa Mae Riley "Page" * email@example.com
Duncan, Donald E.Jr. Nov.14,1990 Aug.23,1992
Son of Donald and Mary "Page" Duncan Sr.
Moore, Ganal M. June 18,1904 Aug.11,1967
Moore, Ganal Marie "Atchison"
Page, John Edward Jr. April 08,1968 Aug 19, 1968
infant son of John and Lynette "Eldon" Page Sr.
Page, Roy Edward 1925 11-26-1926
Submitted By: Sharon Ossig * firstname.lastname@example.org
According to the death certificate for my uncle,
Charles Maxey Roeder, he is buried in Pace cemetery.
Date of birth Jan. 10, 1917. Date of death Oct. 24, 1917,
son of Charles and Nellie (Dorris) Roeder
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