NEAR DENT-PHELPS COUNTY LINES, PHELPS CO.
Also buried here is a slave of Judge William Black, also several other graves. This cemetery is located on the Lloyd Edgar Farm.
This was copied from "Ozark Heritage Dent County Missouri Area Cemeteries & Families" Vol III 1994 by Ken Fiebelman of Salem, MO.
Reprinted with the permission of Ken Fiebelman on behalf of the Dent County Historical Society
HUSBAND & WIFE:
CRADDOCK, WILEY 1814 1873. Born in Hart County, Kentucky, the son John Hill Craddock & Sarah Elizabeth Bartlett. (They are both buried at Cub Run Creek in Mumfordville, Hart Co. KY). He married 1st S. A. Morgan in 1835. Their children were John and Mary Elizabeth (1842 1890, single, buried at Concord Cemetery in Texas County). He married 2nd Clarissa E. M. Hanby in 1846; their children were Daniel Webster (postmaster of Craddock MO), James C., Mrs. Black (buried at Black Cemetery) and Mrs. Hill. Wiley was a brother of Elizabeth Craddock who married Elijah Johns; they are both buried at Johns Cemetery); Nancy, who married Anderson Johns; he is buried at Green Forest Cemetery); Willis, who married Elizabeth Johns and moved to Spring Creek and later to the Sam Tune place; James who married Nancy Gardner in 1815; William Bascom, who is buried in Hart Co KY; he married Anna Gardner; Jesse who was a Kentucky lawyer and married Drucilla Earles in 1813 and had nine children; Ransom who married Missouri Smiley in 1838 in Crawford County, and moved to California during the Gold Rush, and Samuel who married Elizabeth Johnson. Wiley was in the Civil War, Co. K 16 Mo. Cav., Union Soldier.
CRADDOCK, CLARISSA E. M. REED HAMBY No dates. She first married a Hamby. She was a sister of Thompson Craddock.
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