UNION CHAPEL GRAVEYARD
a/k/a Bingham Graveyard, located on old Frank Finch farm, near Anutt.
H. E. MCGINNIS FARM, NEAR LAKE SPRING
Many unmarked graves. Some stones were destroyed by a dozer.
A Cumberland Presbyterian Church once stood near, the church was later moved to the Bonebrake farm and was known as the Bonebrake Chapel.
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
ANDERSON, UNKNOWN No dates or information.
HUSBAND & WIFE:
BINGHAM, JOHN 1797 - Apr. 21, 1871. Born near Belfast, Ireland. Children: Thomas (m. 1) Susanna Melatt, m. 2) Sarah McLane, (buried near Enid OK). Father of David Bingham, buried at Round Pond Cemetery).
BINGHAM, RACHEL HOLMES 1797 - Oct. 7, 1870.
BINGHAM, WILLIAM Apr. 23, 1870 - Oct. 11, 1875. Son of I. N. Bingham & J. _____.
KEETON, ALICE M. Apr. 6, 1869 - Jul. 4, 1886. Daughter of William Keeton & Melvina England. (Some members of this family are buried at the old Wright Cemetery near Anutt.).
KEETON, SIDNEY M. May 9, 1854 - Oct. 29, 1880. Son of William Keeton & Melvina England.
PERRY, WILLIAM G. Sep. 24, 1858 - Feb. 4, 1881.
_______ MARY J. Died Oct., 1874, age 8. 'Daughter of A. & E. J.'
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