Eastwood Memorial United Methodist Church Cemetery
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Submitted by Billie Powell
Pictures by Carolyn.
Eastwood is in Caruthersville.
There used to be an infant burial ground behind the old church. When the present church addition was built, the graves and markers were moved to the back of the church grounds. The only burial site at the back of the church is a small enclosure.
Bell, Fielding d. Feb 8, 1888
Bruce, Thomas A. d. Aug 10, 1890, 18 yrs 5 mo 21 days
Bushey, Geo. W. Rev. May 5, 1822-Sep1866
Cooper, Charles Wesley Oct 20, 1907- Nov 23, 1948, 41 yr 1 mo 3 days
Davis, Martha Feb 14, 1850-Sep 7, 1894
Eastwood, Martha d. Sep 12, 1858, consort of James Eastwood and daughter of Uthl R./B. Forel?, shares stone with Polly Nall
Findley, Mary Permelia Jul 23, 1836-Apr 10, 1887
Jarvis, Iba C. d. Jan 25, 1878, aged 62 yrs 24 days
Lambkin, William H. May 23, 1867-Aug. 27, 1894
Michell, Joseph Dec 18, 1845-Jun 13, 1872
Nall, Polly Ann b. 1813 - stone broken, consort of Robert C. Nall, daughter of James & Martha Eastwood, shares stone with Martha Eastwood
Taylor, Hugh about 1897-98
Walker, John H. Feb. 13, 1793-Apr 23, 1860
Walker, John Hardeman 1794-1880, John Hardeman Walker was important to the development of this part of the bootheel. His marker is an historical marker. ENTERPRISING CITIZEN OF LITTLE PRAIRIE. THROUGH HIS EFFORTS THE "BOOTHEEL" BECAME A PART OF MISSOURI. ERECTED BY THE GAYOSO CHAPTER D.A.R. 1958
Walker, Sarah C. May 9, 1798-Mar 18, 1878, wife of John H.
Ward, H. M. Memorial Stone, no dates
Ward, Mary J. Memorial Stone, no dates
Whitehead, Addie Jul 17, 1868-Sep 19, 1878, born in Nelson Co., KY
The following tombstones were illegible. If you know who these are, please let me know.
Unknown 1 - nothing readable
Unknown 2 - looks like a small marker for a child or infant.