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Pettis County, Missouri

DURRILL Cemetery

Flat Creek Township, Section 3 (NE of NE), T44N, R21W. South of Sedalia on Hwy U. A little south of Anderson School Road. Samuel L. Anderson, 31011 Hwy U, owns the property.

Recorded by Mrs. J. R. Carter.

UPDATE: Oct. 5, 2007, from Vesta L. DeRiso
"The Durrill Cemetery has been destroyed. The farmer (not Sam Anderson) who owns the land plowed it up and tossed the stones. There are 3 stones still in the woods - and two of them are not on the list - probably because the woods had already claimed them. One of them is Mary G., wife of M. Reed. The other is Ruth, wife of Jacob Yankee (which would be significant). She is Ruth Goodnight Yankee. The Goodnights have kept their cemetery in good order, and they might want to know that the stone is there."

Listings without spaces are on one marker.

Carter, Patsey J.; Mar 8, 1792 - Mar 24, 1879

Durrill, Michael; d Dec 21, 1869 - aged 25y, 8m & 27d

Durrill, Milton; d Mar 20, 1869 - aged 52y & 16d

Durrill, Thomas; d Oct 3, 1844 - aged 4y

Marshall, Elizabeth, wife of G.; d Jan 16, 1865 - aged 56y, 8m, & 12d

Marshall, George; d Nov 20, 1856 - aged 56y, 1m, & 21d

McGuire M. E.; d Nov 20, 1879 - aged 28y, 6m, & 5d

Moore, Lucinda, wife of Thomas; d Sept 11, 1858, in the 48th year of her life.

Rogers, Alice C.; d Dec 6, 1860 - aged 3d

Rogers, Louisa F., dau of W. H. & Adeline; d Mar 18, 1883 - aged 18y & 8m

Rogers, Mary E.; d Jan 2, 1870 - age 8y, 11m, & 6d

Rogers, infant son of W. H. & Adeline; d Oct 2, 1872 - aged 18d

Rogers, son of W. H. & Adeline, d. June 13, 1874