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MARVIN CHAPEL CEMETERY, ST. FRANCOIS COUNTY, MISOURI.
Established 1903

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The major portion of this transcription was started on 16 Oct 1999 and completed on 1 May 2000 by Lee Wideman and Ann Wideman.  There may be some updates we added of more recent burials.  This cemetery is located east of Bonne Terre on "K" Highway.  The Cemetery is located just across the road from the Marvin Chapel Church.  Graves are listed as they are found, not in alphabetical order, so you can determine what other individuals are buried in the same vicinity.    We have photos of most of the tombstones in this cemetery but have not had time yet to link them to the page.   If you need pictures of any of the tombstones in this cemetery, please CLICK HERE and let us know.  If we have them, we'll be happy to send them to you. 


Morris, David J.-14 Jul 1854, 19 May 1940, Husband of Letha Ann

Morris, Letha Ann-27 Feb 1868, 26 Jan 1930, Wife of David J.

Morris, Thomas H.-Died 20 Sep 1918, Aged 72y 29d, Husband of Mary L.

Morris, Mary L.-Died 14 Apr 1910, Aged 54y 5m 2d, Wife of Thomas

Morris, James G.-10 Oct 1884, 12 Feb 1929

Morris, Ruth-29 Jan 1910, 12 Mar 1910,
Daughter of George and Pearl Morris

Morris, Newman Hill-22 Jun 1914, 11 Dec 1914
             James Benjamin-18 May 1913, 3 Jul 1913

Children of James and Julia Morris

Morris, Julia Ann-30 Aug 1892, 17 Feb 1979

 Morris, Russell-25 Sep 1915, 10 Aug 1948,
  Military marker  Missouri Major Tc WWII

 Pigg, Harvey P.-1899, 1966
         Rosa M.-1896, 1984

 Pigg, Margaurite May-8 Nov 1921

 Pigg, Norma Jean-6 Jul 1925

 Pigg, S. Tobitha-29 Apr 1862, 20 Jul 1927

 Pigg, Thomas V.-3 Nov 1861, 12 Oct 12 1920

 Byington, Udell-Aged 10 days, Son of E. & H. Byington,
  This is an old stone.

 Asbridge, Elon-1844, 1936 "Granny"

 Byington, William R.-1894, 1972
                 Rosa M.-1898, 1951

 LaPort, Mary J.-Born 10 Feb 1847, Died June 26, 1937, Aged 90y 4m 16ds.; wife of Frank; d/o Richard & Rebecca (Kennedy) Byington.  Note: Frank LaPort is listed as being buried here as well (no stone found).  He supposedly died in 1907.

 Byington, Samuel R.-16 Mar 1867, 6 Jun 1945
     Minnie C.- 29 Jan 1870, 7 Feb 1931, Aged 61y 8d

 Byington, Jewel G.-15 Mar 1910, 9 Oct 1925,
  Son of S. R. & M. C. Byington

 Benham, Nannie-16 Nov 1886, 16 Oct 1940
   Matilda-11 Apr 1884, 24 Sep 1932

 Benham, Sophia-1 Aug 1853, 10 Aug 1942
               William G.-21 Oct 1853, 19 Oct 1921

Benham, Katherine T.-17 Aug 1882, 29 Aug 1971
               David H.-16 Feb 1881, 3 Jun 1953

Morris, William I.-30 Sep 1852, 9 Mar 1938
             Catherine J.-20 Sep 1865, 10 Mar 1947

Byington, Lester J.-16 May 1929, 6 Feb 1934

Morris, Charles L.-20 Aug 1886, 29 Jan 1960
             Rosie May-29 Jul 1889, 4 Jan 1940

Morris, Edna L.-18 Nov 1914, 29 Jun 1995
            Harvey L.-28 Jun 1912, 13 Jul 1992

Pinkston, Dianna Gayle-21 Jun 1946

Pinkston, Leona M.-8 Feb 1895, 28 Mar 1975
                Jefferson-28 Jun 1889, 17 May 1955

Politte, William Robert-1965

Politte, Thomas K.-1932, 1954

Politte, Jeanaire Evet-1961

Politte, William W.-1894, 1960
             Alice S.-10 Mar 1892, 1942

Covington, George W.-25 Jan 1868

Patterson, John W.-13 Aug 1856, 11 Oct 1943
                 Clara E.-22 Apr 1873, 10 Mar 1960

Pinkston, Myrtle-16 Apr 1896, 5 Oct 1991
             Roy-24 May 1899, 20 Feb 1981

Sikes, Pearl-1893, 1977
           Bert E.-1886, 1969

Mund, Edward-3 Jun 1875, 51 Mar 1965
            Mae-5 May 1881, 5 May 1950

Mund, Glen N.-28 Aug 1911, 27 Dec 1992

Sikes, Homer E.-13 Aug 1908, 26 Jan 1941

Sikes, Thomas N.-1857, 1942
          Mary-1859, 1942

Sikes, Laura E.-15 May 1913, 23 Feb 1989
           Olin E.-14 Aug 1909, 13 Aug 1988
           Married 19 Aug 1933

Sikes, James P.-18 Jun 1889, 12 Jan 1970
          Irene E.-14 Feb 1892, 14 Jan 1959

Sikes, Herschell M.-24 Dec 1913, 1 Jan 1946

Mund, Raymond Linn-20 Oct 1934, 4 Dec 1934

Morris, Lucy Virginia-26 Jul 1912, 6 Jan 1916

Hoelzel, Herman J.-14 Jul 1910, New grave
           Mary Alice (Sikes)-20 Jan 1919, 14 Oct 1984

Sikes, John E.-16 Apr 1894, 27 Nov 1969
          Myrta A.-30 Jul 1892, 28 Sep 1947

Mund, H. Leroy-29 Jun 1934, 18 Mar 1984
           Eleanor F.-20 Jan 1940

Pratte, Audvrey L.-12 Aug 1912, 21 May 1957
          Orville B.-19 Nov 1905, 15 Apr 1994

Pinkston, Tolman C.-23 May 1890, 19 Apr 1974
               Macie M.-24 Jul 1904, 18 Dec 1877

Mund, Orville B.-6 Feb 1906, 28 Jul 1952
           Sophia L.-7 Nov 1905, 15 Nov 1981

Mund, Orville Dale-15 Feb 1939, 12 Jul 1997
            Barbara Ann-29 Jun 1945

            Married 8 Jan 1966

Patterson, John A.-1908, 1981
                 Nora B.-1901

Patterson, Mack A.-16 Oct 1867, 23 Apr 1957
                 Alice L.-7 Mar 1871, 5 Apr 1950

Morris, J. William-28 Nov 1890, 30 May 1968
             Edith D.-15 Dec 1891, 22 Mar 1986

Morris, Harold D.-12 Aug 1916, 2 Jan 1946

Martin, David E.-29 Apr 1956

Morris, Frank A.-12 Sep 1893, 5 Sep 1966
            Annie C.-9 Jul 1899, 22 Jul 1985

Morris, Lucy J.-15 Nov 1854, 6 May 1942
             James D.-24 Jun 1843, 19 Nov 1922

Sykes, Robert J.-7 Nov 1918
           Ida Mae-15 Aug 1922, 29 May 1997
            Married 8 Nov 1941

Sykes, Oliver R.-9 Jun 1890, 21 Aug 1965
           Hattie Mae nee Appleberry-24 Nov 1904, 9 Nov 1983

Sykes, Birdie L. (Wallen)-15 Nov 1896, 15 Dec 1926

Sykes, Earl F.-2 Feb 1900, 19 Jul 1948

Sykes, Stephen E.-20 Jan 1885, 8 Sep 1962

Sykes, Stephen E.-15 Feb 1855, 29 Apr 1937
            Mary-11 Aug 1857, 18 Aug 1941

Patterson, Annie J.-1881, 1961
              William D.-1876, 1937

McDonald, Elizabeth-1877, 1963

Sykes, Albert W.-10 Sep 1887, 1 Apr 1970

Pigg, Iva Lee-22 Nov 1919, 26 Apr 1926

Byington, Ira C.-1893, 1973
                Pearl-1900, 1981

Byington, Raymond W. Jr.-17 Feb 1943, 19 May 1963

Byington, Marvin E.-25 Jan 1906, 13 May 1959,
  Military marker  Ark. SFC Army

Byington, Myrtle-20 Apr 1883, 4 Mar 1956
                 Roy F.-2 Apr 1897, 29 Oct 29, 1963, 
                 Military marker  Mo Pfc Marines WWI

Smith, Mabel M.-28 Dec 1921, 2 Jul 1982

Smith, Daniel B.-12 Nov 1901, 4 No 1985

Hutchings, Charles R.-10 May 1927, 2 Mar 1998
                 Pearl L.-4 Feb 1931

Hutchings, Mary Louise-5 Jan 1887, 13 Nov 1965

Hutchings, William E.-9 Jan 1875, 19 Apr 1960

Hutchings, Mary A.-25 Apr 1891, 7 Oct 1959

Hutchings, Lester R.-19 Nov 1887, 12 Jul 1954, 
  Military marker  Cook U.S. Army WWI

Beckett, Laura Lee-1872, 1949

Seel, Wm. David-1880, 1944
          Lilly P.-1885, 19-

Faenger, Maud-no dates
               Fred-no dates

Byington, Raymond W.-4 Jan 1920, 4 Feb 1996
               Wilma V.-4 Sep 1922

Pullen, Lilly M.-13 Jan 1895, 30 Jun 1968

Akers, Irene M. (Skaggs)-12 Mar 1910, 1 Oct 1983

Skaggs, Earl-1902, 1966

Janis, Nathan-1 Mar 1875, 29 Aug 1961
         Mollie-8 Apr 1878, 2 Mar 1948

Pinkston, Barthel, 15 Oct 1922, 8 Aug 1984
              Louise L.-18 Aug 1921, 17 Feb 1968

Pinkston, Jerome-10 Dec 1913, 9 May 1987
              Florence-12 Jul 1920, 17 Feb 1976

Mund, Lehman L.-22 May 1932, 7 Dec 1984
          Shirley A.-3 Dec 1934

Olsen, Helen L.-5 Apr 1926, 20 Apr 1992
           Norman A.-17 Oct 1943
            Married 5 Apr 1966

Weiler, Linda Carol-1 Jul 1948

Weiler, Raymond A.-15 Aug 1920
             Iva M.-11 May 1920, 2 Nov 1986

              Married 4 Sep 1943

Bayles, Thelma-15 Apr 1906, 3 May 1980, Wife of Cecil S. Bayles

Jenkins, Nellie M.-1887, 1982

Bess, Larry Lee-11 Jul 1981, 17 Jul 1981

Bess, Linda Kaye-1968, 1968, Daughter

Bess, Earnest L.-1911, 1959, Father
          Lela I.-1915, Mother

Thornton, Shirlene J.-25 Dec 1932, 16 Dec 1995

Bess, Beulah M.-25 Aug 1907, 6 Jan 1946
          Raymond-5 Jun 1906, 8 Mar 1954


Clark, Nannie-1892, 1959

Clark, Elmer F.-20 Feb 1922, 19 Nov 1971,
  Military marker  Pvt U.S. Army WWII

Patterson, Eula Mae-16 Jul 1907, 4 Aug 1968,
"A loving wife and mother whose life’s inspirations will live on forever."
                 Neuman G.-7 Dec 1905, 19 Mar 1977

Barron, Susie A.-27 Jul 1916

Dotson, Walter W.-1 Apr 1935, 16 Jun 1994

Dotson, Sam-23 Jan 1904, 13 Jun 1977

Mason, Emmett E.-1897, 1975
             Naomi G.-1912

Aubuchon, John M.-7 Oct 1884, 8 Sep 1964
                  Lena L.-22 Dec 1888, 9 Jan 1977

Waller, John Lee-6 Apr 1915, 29 Oct 1953

Waller, Leona M.-1892, 1982
            Albert L.-1880, 1932

Waller, William Walter-3 Nov 1919

Thurman, Rae Kennett-13 May 1912, 29 Jun 1986
               Lena Mae-14 May 1914, 7 Jul 1997

Waller, Glenwood L.-3 Jul 1913, 29 Jul 1963

Smith, Birdie M.-17 Nov 1906, 1 Jan 1937

Pender, Mary Frances-24 May 1923
             Levi J.-20 Oct 1919, 20 Sep 1994,
             Military marker  SSgt U.S. Army WWII

Miller, Marion G.-14 Aug 1921, 23 Apr 1987,
  Military marker U.S. Army

Doe, Ethel-13 Jan 1902, 4 Feb 1951
        Otto C.-16 Jan 1898, 11 Sep 1959

Doe, Shirley M.-7 Sep 1923, 13 Aug 1941

Pigg, Marvin B.-1928, 1934, Our Baby

Pigg, Marvin C.-1904
         Goldie L.-1906, 1993

Patt, Hazel B.-27 Aug 1903, 18 Feb 1986

Patt, Lee H.-20 Jan 1901, 27 Oct 1962

Patt, William B.-11 Sep 1866, 11 Apr 1954
       Laura B.-13 Nov 1870, 24 Apr 1959

Smith, Leroy A.-18 Jul 1897, 22 Jan 1933
           Maude-18 Oct 1896, 28 Sep 1986

Waller, John F. “Jake”-5 Oct 1925, 20 Jan 1998
            Doris Jean-10 Feb 1932

             Married 30 Jun 1956

Sikes, V. L. “Polly”-1928, 1968

Sites, Ollie M.-1885, 1946

Sites, Thomas W.-1871, 1951

Peterson, Ida C.-1871, 1965
               Emanuel-1865, 1958

Peterson, Beatrice L.-11 Feb 1914
                Edward L.-6 Mar 1913,10 Nov 1992
                Married 24 Dec 1937 Farmington, MO

Covington, George W.-25 Jan 1868, 18 Dec 1949, Masonic Emblem

Price Hester V.-10 Jun 1901, 28 Dec 1974

McCleery, James H.-30 Mar 1922, 5 Sep 1976,
  Masonic Emblem, Military marker  Lt Col  U.S. Marine Corps  
  WWII  Korea

Porter, W. E. (Ted)-9 Apr 1908, 23 Dec 19977
            S. Ilene-25 Jul 1917, 15 Mar 1988

Porter, Carolyn J.-5 Feb 1939, 15 Feb 1939

Waller, Shirley Jean-14 Nov 1937, 29 Dec 1970

David, Jesse Lee-12 Jan 1919, 23 Mar 1972
            Barney-1 May 1916

David, Blanche Ada-24 Sep 1889, 24 Feb 1950
            Andrew W.-19 Oct 1887, 1 Mar 1966


David, Lisa Ann-3 Jan 1969, 5 Jan 1969, Our Baby

Kayfes, Lora L. David-26 Aug 1918, 31 Dec 1990

McDowell, A. Linn-9 Aug 1870, 16 Apr 1951
              L. Elizabeth-29 May 1873, 6 Apr 1948

McDowell, Frank J.-28 Jan 1904, 3 Nov 1990
                 Mildred E.-12 Nov 1906, 9 Jul 1971

McDowell, Thomas W.-9 Nov 1940, 20 Mar 1991,
  Loving husband, Father & Coach

Smith, Mary Louella-18 Apr 1867, 13 Jul 1933, Mother

Shelley, Edna E.-7 Oct 1897, 25 Feb 1985
          Hobart O.-27 Aug 1896, 5 May 1970

Holmes, James F.-29 Feb 1876, 21 Jul 1970
             Annie B.-1 Sep 1884, 10 Aug 1945

Holmes, Marvin Lee-22 May 1919, 7 Oct 1939

Rosener, Lillie F.-11 Sep 1890, 20 Jun 1960
               Marvin T.-6 Mar 1886, 6 Aug 1952

Rosener, Cecil A.-25 Feb 1916, 16 Dec 1953

Rosener, Leonard E.-11 Nov 1926, 8 Dec 1926

Raue, Charles E.-25 Oct 1898, 30 Jul 1966,
  Military marker  Missouri Pvt 649 Aero SQ WWI

Aubuchon, Mable C. nee Peterson -1911 - 1943

Rosener, Dale Marvin-25 Sep 1958, 14 Aug 1986

Rosener, Thena M.-4 May 1914
              Orville D.-29 Dec 1911, 29 Oct 1979

Rosener, Leamon R.-29 Jul 1924, 31  Oct 1981
  Double stone but other side is blank

Hill, Thomas-1 Mar 1868, 10 Jan 1965, Father

Wilson, Virginia E.-27 Nov 1905, 17 Nov 1995

Taverner, Carrie-27 Jan 1878, 28 Mar 1964

Bailey, Prentice-1 May 1947, 1 May 1947, Baby

McCallister, Joseph D.-21 Dec 1877, 26 Aug 1951
                    Maude-14 Nov 1880, 22 Jun 1957

David, Thomas A.-21 Oct 1920, 13 Mar 1997
           Florence C.-12 Nov 1920, 5 Jun 1980

David, Gladys T. (Weingenstein)-17 Sep 1911, 26 Mar 1993
            Roscoe E.-11 Dec 1909, 29 Nov 1992

            Married 12 May 1938

Stringer, Marvin J.-21 Jul 1913, 2 Nov 1969
             Elizabeth-11 Jun 1912, 5 May 1979

Forchee, Florence A.-20 Dec 1919, 6 Jun 1999
               Samuel Morris-23 Feb 1914, 6 Jun 1963

Forchee, Carrie-23 Dec 1890, 15 May 1977
               Samuel-13 Oct 1889, 13 Feb 1973

Flannery, Vincent C.-25 Nov 1927
                Sammie Lee-22 Nov 1928

Penberthy, June nee Schmidt-16 Jun 1945, 4 May 1979

Penberthy, Melba L.-12 Jun 1919

Penberthy, Leon L.-15 Feb 1916, 30 May 1978

Lercher, Walter L.-22 Apr 1905, 6 Nov 1978

Penberthy, Annie S.-5 Sep 1906, 31 Mar 1978
                  Lewis E.-2 Apr 1875, 1 Nov 1958

Penberthy, Anna Mae nee Knoche-2 Mar 1911, 5 Nov 1957

Ketcherside, Harold C. “Poppy”-23 May 1927

Ketcherside, Vickie L.-4 Sep 1956, 16 Jan 1957

Ketcherside, Leona M. “Mimi”-20 Feb 1929, 20 Nov 1986

McDowell, Pamela Jane-23 Mar 1953, 4 Dec 1976

McDowell, Keith David-26 Jan 1956, 19 Mar 1958,
  Baby son of Frank & Marilyn McDowell

Walk, Raymond-1900, 1946

DeWeese, Minnie-1883, 1969

Walk, Nadine-27 May 1904, 10 May 1929,
   Daughter of Minnie DeWeese

Patt, Anna Pearl-9 Aug 1883, 26 Jun 1970

Hamm, Lena M.-24 Sep 1899, 11 Jan 1972

Hart, Eber E.-1889, 1964
  Double stone other side blank

Hart, Linn H.-24 Sep 1899, 29 Jan 1956

Hart, Thomas E.-13 Jun 1860, 2 Mar 1948
        Addie C.-23 Feb 1861, 9 Apr 1941

Casey, Walter Wesley-21 Jan 1892, 19 Dec 1944,
   Military marker  Missouri Pvt 70 Inf 10 Div

Hart, Irma Bessie-28 Feb 1906, 10 Aug 1975

McDonald, Elizabeth-1877, 1963

Eaton, Irvin Leroy-20 Dec 1926, 14 Feb 1928,
  Son of Irvin W. & Elsie M. Eaton

Eaton, Elsie M.-11 Aug 1893, 30 Jun 1967
           Irvin W.-18 Nov 1894, 5 Apr 1972,
           Military marker  Mo BN Sgt Maj Army WWI

Weber, Roy W.-20 Jul 1909, 3 Jul 1975
            Nellie D.-30 Aug 1911, 1 Sep 1990

Saffell, Susie V.-8 Sep 1894, 10 Sep 1959
          William Riley-29  Aug 1899, Military marker Mo Pfc Army WWI

Safell, Alma F.-9 Apr 1929
         Vernon M.-15 Dec 1926, 25 Mar 1969,
          Military marker Mo Sgt 4006 Area SVC Unit WWII

Saffell, Clyde Kevin-6 Mar 1961, 25 Sep 1984

Marker

Marker

Barbey, George F.-22 Feb 1894, 6 Oct 1978
              Helen M.-19 Jun 1894, 8 Jan 1978
              Married 3 Jun 1916

Barbey, Eugene L.-1883, 1960

Barbey, Francois C.-8 May 1850, 25 May 1932
             Aline-1 Sep 1863, 2 Oct 1940

Buscher, Fred E.-16 Jan 1877, 7 Dec 1922
             Marguerite-20 Jul 1885, 21 Oct 1970

Meyer, Ruth Ann-19 Sep 1910, 12 Jan 1960

Meyer, Louis F.-28 Apr 1908, 9 Jul 1974
           Edith G.-19 Jan 1909

Marker

Marker

Marker

Perrett, Raymond Paul-31 Jul 1922, 24  Sep 1923,
   Son of Paul & Edna Perrett

Perrett, Donald E.-23 Aug 1924, 23 Aug 1924

Perrett, Paul H.-11 Nov 1898, 14 Jan 1961
           Rhoda Edna-9 Dec 1898, 12 Jun 1970

Saffell, John H.-11 Nov 1889, 11 May 1970
           Maggie A.-6 Jun 1895, 27 Apr 1964

Hamblin, Elmer C.-8 Jul 1913, 9 Sep 1976
              Laura M.-12 Nov 1918, 4 Mar 1990
              Married 20 Dec 1941

Buesking, Laura Hazel-9 Jan 1899, 14 Jun 1965

Steiman, Melinda M.-8 Mar 1895, 16 Mar 1970
               Ben F.-18 Sep 1891, 13 Nov 1972

Templeton, Erma Fae-May 1929, Jun 1975

Pullen, Orville E.-29 Nov 1903, 13 Jun 1962
            Lena A.-19 Aug 1897, 1 Apr 1964

Bailey, Lorraine “Connie”-24 Apr 1924, 2 Feb 1995

Woods, Thomas Linn-16 Nov 1970, 26 Aug 1995,
   "Loving son of Jessie"

Kinnamon, Rev. David R.-17 Dec 1931
                   Mary C.-14 Apr 1933, 3 Jul 1998

McDowell, Glen A.-28 Sep 1912, 22 Nov 1978
                   Ruby E.-31 Mar 1911

Clayborne, Nellie-10 Jul 1902, 18 Jun 1981
                   Norman-29 Apr 1893, 28 Oct 1978

Robinson, Jane-1899, 1921

Clayborne, Decie A.-1859, 1934
                  Wm. J.-1848, 1935

Marker

Clayborne, Wm. R.-9 Mar 1943,
    Military marker  Mo Pvt 158 Inf 40 Div

Clayborne, Robert C.-1858, 1943

Safell, Ivan Elmo-4 Mar 1920, 27 Jul 1932

Safell, A. M.-29 Nov 1884, 30 Aug 1928

Wilson, James E.-1859, 1934
             Sarah L.-1862, 1948

Wilson, Hines-4 May 1884, 5 Jun 1965
            Etta E.-17 Apr 1895, 7 Dec 1968

Marker

Marker

Harris, Marvin B.-1928, 1929

Harris, Herbert C.-1935, 1944

Harris, Marvin C.-1902, 1954
           Lillie G.-1906

Harris, Mary E.-1882, 1957
           Thomas-1878, 1958

Koster, Clyde “Chuck”-1 Jun 1924
            Margaret “Maxine”-31 Sep 1930, 23 Oct 1989

            Married 27 Aug 1949

Barton, Barbara Jean-29 Aug 1942, 25 Mar 1999

Barton, Paul-29 Nov 1963, 17 Jul 1981

Harris, Elvada C.-22 Feb 1907, 10 Dec 1919,
    Daughter of T. &. M. E. Harris

Harris, Dearwood D.-2 Jul 1909, 13 May 1919, Son of T. & M. E. Harris

Marker

Marker

Marker

Sykes, Stella Annee-14 Jun 1882, 1 Aug 1954

Long, James F.-27 Jun 1888, 27 Mar 1953, C. C. M.- U. S. V.

Aubuchon, Blanche Mary-8 Nov 1892, 6 Sep 1919,
     Wife of Clifton H. Aubuchon

Marker

Marker

DeWeese, Grandma-1851, 1931 [Gabrilla  or Priscilla ?]

Aubuchon, Mary B.-1 Sep 1919, 25 Sep 1919,
   Daughter of C. H. & B. M.

DeWeese, Rev. Neal-1881, 1965 [md. 1 -- Minnie (Politte); 2-- Gertrude (Cash)]

DeWeese, Gertrude-24 Feb 1884, 13 Mar 1925 (nee:  Cash) w/o Rev. Neal DeWeese

DeWeese, Allen E.-26 Mar 1915
                Nellie L.-13 Jan 1920

Marker

McCarty, Martha J.-25 Apr 1868, 26 Sep 1906,
  Wife of Elbert

McCarty, Elbert-1876, 1948

Aubuchon, Cora E.-8 Mar 1886, 23 Dec 1968

Sewald, Robert J.-17 Oct 1909, 5 Jun 1995
              Opal M.-5 Aug 1913

McCarty Dora-1876, 1939

McCarty, Arvil L.-24 Feb 1911, 2 Aug 1992,
   Military marker  Pvt Army WWII

McCarty, Laura-17 Aug 1908, 2 Feb 1997

McCarty, Merrill Shelton-3 Jun 1884, 17 Aug 1928
               Elvena Sophia-7 Sep 1886, 24 Jun 1962

Brent, Andrew Scott-10 Sep 1881, 31 Oct 1965
          Nellie Lee-19 Apr 1896, 15 May 1973

Cole, Marvin L.-16 Dec 1892, 16 Dec 1959
        Edna-19 Sep 1892, 15 May 1973

Cole, Cordo, 18 Nov 1859, 27 Oct 1933

Cole, Harold M.-11 Aug 1915, 4 Jul 1926, 
   Son of M. L. & Edna Cole

Smith, Robert L.-4 Aug 1906, 16 Feb 1990
         Glenna J.-14 Nov 1908, 16 Dec 1982

Smith, Henry W.-12 Sep 1901, 8 Feb 1996
          Mary F.-22 Sep 1906, 1 Dec 1942

Smith, Mary E.-15 Mar 1872, 23 Aug 1948

Lee, Norma A.-2 Aug 1939
        Charles-15 Apr 1935, 9 May 1986,
         Military marker Cm Sgt Air Force Korea Vietnam

Smith, Eugene Merell-29 Apr 1926, 24 May 1988,
   Military marker MM3 Navy

Marker

Heck, Edna J.-25 Feb 1876, 7 Nov 1972

Coffield, Cora F.-11 Feb 1883, 13 Mar 1952

Forchee, Doris-no dates

Peery, Joseph-19 Feb 1863, 25 Apr 1916

Inscribed marker unreadable

Sikes, Earl E.-14 Nov 1935, 26 Jan 1940

Eaton, Frances M.-12 Apr 1925,
        Glenn J.-15 Nov 1927, 13 Dec 1979

Eaton, Robert L.-10 Apr 1929, 21 May 1954

Eaton, Gaston B.-6  Aug 1907, 6 Jan 1969
           Mabel M.-22 Oct 1909, 19 May 1992

Williams, Bill G.-30 Jan 1930, 27 Jun 1994
               Georgia M.-27 Jan 1932

Fridenberg, Infant-23 Feb 1932,
      Son of William and Ruth Fridenberg

Johnson, Mary-6 Mar 1827, 15 Oct 1906,
  Wife of Jacob Johnson

Danieley, Leon-25 Jun 1875, 11 Oct 1912

Holmes, J. Wm.-20 Sep 1873, 22 Jan 1967
            Margaret M.-6 Oct 1884, 20 Sep 1975

Sigman, Jonas F.-3 Apr 1845, 25 Apr 1910

Sigman, Jennie-24 Mar 1854, 18 May 1930,
  Wife of J. F. Sigman

Sigman, Sarah Mae-5 Dec 1900, 13 May 1973

Sigman, Harold E.-29 Sep 1895, 2 Mar 1945,
   Military marker Mo Pvt 341 Field Arty 89 Div WWI

Sigman, Oscar-19 Aug 1886, 18 May 1906, Aged 19y 6m 29d

Safell, Bertha Emma-3 May 1887, 24 Jul 1955

Safell, Samuel E.-17 Feb 1883, 8 Aug 1914

Safell, John A.-16 May , 18 Jan 1910

Safell, Addie H.-7 Aug 1861, 28 Mar 1933,
   Wife of J. A. Safell

Buchanan, Emmett Lawrence-29 Mar 1895, 4 Jun 1909,
  Son of N. A. & Emma Buchanan

Buchanan, Nettleton A.-27 Oct 1861, 24 Mar 1925
                 Emma-14 Jul 1861, 3 Apr 1932, His wife

Buchanan, Martin L.-23 Dec 1900, 2 Oct 1974
                 Evelyn P.-10 Jan 1921

Richardson, Frank O.-24 Feb 1896, 27 Nov 1977
                    Susie L.-10 May 1897, 30 Sep 1979

Graves, Ruby E.-20 Jan 1916, 10 Feb 1999

No surname, Thomas F.-1873, 1913
                    Lucy J.-1874, 1971

Pratte, Hazel A.-5 Sep 1910, 1 Feb 1931

Pratte, Bert I.-30 May 1885, 25 Apr 1963
          Stella A.-21 Apr 1889, 12 May 1922, His wife

Pratte, Herbert Lee-11 Jan 1918, 19 Aug 1924

Doe, Clara R.-4 Aug 1900, 27 Apr 1969
         William H.-29 Dec 1894, 3 Aug 1943,
          Military marker Mo Pvt 350 Inf

Clara has a second marker with is inscribed-Clara Doe David

Doe, Shelton M.-22 Jul 1901, 9 Feb 1983

Doe, Albert L.-29 Jun 1899, 11 Mar 1982

Mostiller, Mamie E.-27 Sep 1893, 15 Feb 1963

Doe, Lawrence L.-10 May 1857, 28 Mar 1946
         Rosine-1 Nov 1863, 11 Nov 1944

Doe, Beulah nee Cunningham-7 Feb 1912, 6 Sep 1931

Marker

Elders, George W.-14 Oct 1854, 26 Jul 1928
            Mary E.-19 Sep 1855, 23 Aug 1943

Elders, Luther H.-11 May 1885, 26 May 1967
           Stella J.-29 Jul 1892, 29 Dec 1971

Elders, J. Paul-14 Jul 1919, 23 Jun 1990
            Mary-26 Jun 1916

             Married 4 Sep 1943

Rosener, George W.-17 Feb 1880, 25 Sep 1961
               Cynthia L.-4 Jun 1881, 5 Sep 1962

Rosener, Edith Louise-18 Jul 1907, 17 Aug 1907,
   Daughter of Geo. W. & Nancy L. Rosener

Cook, John-1 Apr 1877, 2 Oct 1905,
  Son of Peter & Martha Cook

Cook, Peter-21 Jan 1856, 6 Apr 1921
          Martha C.-8 Jul 1853, 25 Sep 1944

Cook, Belle-15 Oct 1886, 9 Dec 1977
           Sam-29 Nov 1886, 5 Mar 1967

Cook, John H.-12 Feb 1857, 14 Jun 1944
          Margarette E.-19 Mar 1866, 10 Jan 1938

Upchurch, Jacob M.-1903, 1994
                Gertrude M.-1908, 1966

Marker

Harrington, Byron R.-6 Jul 1912
                  Hazel O.-23 Aug 1914, 3 Jun 1997

                  Married 20 Dec 1936

Harrington, Willis S.-13 Mar 1916, 25 Jan 1993

Thomasson, Carl David-23 Mar 1882, 3 Mar 1939

Thomasson, Ada Ella-10 Aug 1883, 11 Dec 1927

Stevenson, Jeanetta-28 Aug 1910
                 Herbert-27 Sep 1912, 23 Dec 1980
                  Married 25 Dec 1936

Harrington, Beulah J.-21 Aug 1905, 22 Jul 1973
                   James E.-24 Aug 1905, 3 Nov 1990

Harrington, Emma-10 Jan 1906, 24 Jun 1978
                  Irvin-30 Apr 1902, 16 Nov 1984
                  Married 23 Jun 1923

Harrington, Edward J.-29 Oct 1864, 23 Nov 1936, Aged 72y 27d

Harrington, Caroline A.-1 Mar 1924, Aged 50y 6m 2d,
  Wife of E. J. Harrington

Harrington, Ollie Eugene-29 Jul 1907, 17 Apr 1908

Marker

Perret, Louis Augustine-28 Sep 1894, 14 Dec 1967
           Ethel Martha-20 Oct 1895, 21 May 1988

Harrington, Earnest-6 Sep 1903, Aged 21d,
Son of E. J. & C. A. Harrington

Harrington, J. W.-16 May 1903, Aged 35y 2m 21d,
    "Here lies the first burial in this cemetery May 1903."

Pratte, Elba Rebecca-16 Jul 1870, 19 Oct 1935
          Franklin Isaac-20 Apr 1878, 12 Jul 1943

Halford, Pamela S.-29 Jul 1948, 5 Mar 1998

Roberts, Henrietta M.-1907, 1975
              Willis O.-1909, 1987

Marker

Marker

Kannawurf, John W.-1873, 1926

Kannawurf, Emma nee Davis-1891, 1965

Marker

Marker

Straughan, Hazel I.-31 Jul 1898, 13 Oct 1989

Patterson, Betty Eleanor-9 Jun 1933, 8 Apr 1934

Gobble, Delmus G.-12 Sep 1927
            G. Delores-21 Apr 1927, 6 Sep 1996
            Married 28 Jan 1949

Synder, Infant-Born & Died 6 Oct 1904,
    Daughter of J. H. & Elizabeth Synder

Snyder, Clarence-29 Jan 1893, 3 Sep 1942

Snyder, Elizabeth-23 May 1871, 20 Sep 1911

Snyder, John H.-1869, 1957

Snyder, Mary A.-23 Sep 1884, 19 Jan 1936

Sickler, Bobby W.-25 May 1931
           Bernice M.-3 Apr 1926, 27 Aug 1979

Marker

Smith, Levine-1827, 1899

Gardner, Alexander-1849, 1898

Gardner, Louisa Jane-1853, 1939

Gardner, Fred Harold-17 Oct 1908, 7 Oct 1974

Gardner, Peter Kenny-1888, 1896

Gardner, William Lee-1911, 1915

Gardner, Edgar Franklin-1916, 1916

Gardner, Minnie Franklin-1878, 1945

Gardner, William David-1882, 1965

Gardner, Winfred D. “Wink”-1906, 1968, Husband of Edna Mae

Family marker inscribed Gardner

McCarty, Lora Lee-27 Dec 1909, 13 Apr 1993

Kessler, Albert McCarty-27 May 1905, 24 Feb 1989

McCarty, Maggie M.-17 Oct 1873, 14 Nov 1917,
Wife of M. B. McCarty

McCarty, Marshall Bryant-24 Mar 1871, 5 Mar 1936

McCarty, Emmett E.-2 Sep 1903, 9 Oct 1930

Houk, Dolores J.-5 Mar 1929
           Clarence C.-25 Aug 1927, 1 Jul 1992,
            Military marker AMM 3 Navy WWII

Pinkston, Lloyd Norman-3 Nov 1922, 8 Aug 1996,
Military marker Cpl Army Air Corps WWII

               Virginia McCarty-25 Oct 1922

McCarty, Claude C.-16 Apr 1895, 14 Feb 1961
                 Iva B.-15 May 1897

Allen, Bessie May-28 May 1900, 28 Dec 1974

Horn, Marvin B.-1876, 1939
         Letha A.-1882, 1916

Potashnick, Victor-26 Mar 1918
                  Ernestine-22 Oct 1921, 16 Dec 1999

Miller, Jessie-1902, 1967
           Phillip-1900, 1965

Horn, Sarah S.-23 Sep 1876, 8 Apr 1951

Horn, William A.-27 Aug 1868, 9 Jul 1923

Horn, George T.-15 Jan 1897, 27 Jun 1925

Woodward, Alice-12 Sep 1911, 25 Sep 1994

Woodward, Hubert M.-28 Apr 1906, 3 Apr 1973

Woodward, George W.-6 Jun 1871, 21 Sep 1968

Cruncleton, Alice A.-17 Aug 1858, 12 Dec 1945

McFalls, Ruth-20 Feb 1902, 17 Jul 1986

McFalls, Edgar M.-31 Mar 1898, 9 Aug 1964

Richardson, Helen-5 Jul 1865, 18 Jan 1944

Walston, Ruth-31 May 1862, 28 Nov 1942, His wife
               John Thomas-13 Aug 1864, 8 Oct 1933

Horn, Bessie C.-24 May 1901, 25 Dec 1970
           Montie Theodore-24 Sep 1891, 14 Oct 1963,
           Military marker  Mo Pvt 4 Ordnance Supply Co WWI

Poston, John L.-11 Feb 1895, 19 Aug 1961
             Pearl A.-18 Mar 1894, 24 Dec 1980

Aubuchon, Gordon D.-20 Sep 1891, 29 Jun 1978
                   Leona M.-1 Dec 1897, 10 Nov 1976

Carson, Lowell E.-18 Jan 1900, 30 Sep 1989
             Florence-25 Jul 1898, 15 Dec 1963

Aubuchon, Ida Eugenia-3 Aug 1895, 3 Sep 1917

Aubuchon, Albert-24 Oct 1861, 31 Jan 1957
                 Charlotte-8 May 1875, 28 Oct 1912

Wumpler, Genevieve-17 Aug 1904, 2 Oct 1979

New grave, no marker

Holmes, Raymond-25 Jul 1905, 29 Apr 1993
              Reva I.-9 Oct 1903, 18 Nov 1988

Kerlagon, Zeno E.-1862
               Margaret A.-1873, 1953

Kerlagon, Ernest D.-16 May 1907, 29 Nov 1980
               Bernice D.-21 Oct 1908, 24 Sep 1983

Boyd, Roy L.-18 Jun 1920
         Ila M.-18 Feb 1920, 16 Mar 1998

Hastings, Eva-14  ? 1850, 19 Apr 1905, Aged 55y 3m 5d

Chapman, John C.-5 Apr 1891, 4 May 1955

Chapman, Alice E.-24 Jun 1866, 13 Oct 1941
                Jeff D.-24 Jun 1862, 30 Apr 1938

Chapman, Margaret Clementine-14 Jul 1850, 17 Feb 1911,
    Wife of W. N. Chapman

Marker

Moore, Eliza O.-5 Sep 1907, Aged 57y, Wife of J. W. Moore

Moore, J. W.-27 Jan 1840, 13 Feb 1917

Rogers, G. Leonard-3 Apr 1882, 24 Aug 1959
Rogers, Emma M.- 6 Jan 1885, 2 Apr 1974 (wife of G. Leonard; first married to
   William Turnbull - killed in mines 1912)

Moore, Kennett A.-22 Mar 1895, 28 Dec 1985

            Mary M.-29 Nov 1895, 16 Apr 1977

Eaton, Sarah A.-11 May 1876, 8 Apr 1965

Eaton, Wyatt L.-2 Aug 1868, 6 Sep 1927

Eaton, Jessie M.-14 Oct 1907, 23 Mar 1940

Eaton, Mildred May-15 Aug 1909, 3 Apr 1911,
     Daughter of W. L. & S. A. Eaton

Eaton, Jessie M.-14 Oct 1908, 25 Feb 1909,
   Daughter of W. L. & Sarah Eaton

Hutchings, Shorland Eugene-1909, 1910

Hutchings, M. L.-1921

Hutchings, Glenwood Joseph-1912, 1945

Hutchings, George Firmin-1906, 1947

Hutchings, James Robert-1924

Hutchings, Eugene H.-1883, 1944
                Elzie M.-1886, 1977

Hutchings, George W.-1851, 1927
                Cynthia A.-1852, 1947

Davis, Ray C.-10 Nov 1925, 10 Nov 1981

Thurman, William-8 Aug 1881, 18 Oct 1916
                William Elott-18 Aug 1913, Infant

Eaton, John George-19 Apr 1915, 22 Sep 1918

Eaton, Clara Jean-4 Jun 1937

Richardson, Betty Ann-14 Nov 1927, 16 May 1997

Eaton, H. Porter-16 Feb 1876, 23 Feb 1960
           Eugenia C.-8 Dec 1878, 7 Jan 1965

Eaton, Marvin-1881, 1957

Marker

Abernathy, Ned Lee-11 Jun 1931, 19 Dec 1997

Abernathy, Dale Ann-8 May 1963, 15 Dec 1994

Smith, Earl R.-21 Jul 1901, 21 Mar 1977
           Olive P.-6 Mar 1907

Thurman, Lottie L.-2 Jun 1894, 13 Jan 1970

Thurman, P. H. (Bud)-11 Oct 1865, 7 Jul 1941
                Ada L.-26 Oct 1863, 17 Oct 1931, His wife

Thurman, Elsie May-13 Jul 1893, 5 Jan 1980
               Shelt E.-21 Feb 1896, 17 Mar 1955,
               Military marker Mo Wagoner 354 Inf WWI

Marker

Marker

Horn, Juanita L.-15 Apr 1915, 23 May 1915,
   Daughter of G. R. & C. B. Horn

Horn, Cora Belle-1 Mar 1894, 17 Sep 1952

Horn, George R.-22 Feb 1892, 21 Feb 1961

Bess, Emile Dean-27 Jun 1939, 3 Jul 1997,
  Military marker  SA Navy,
  "We love you Dad. Donna, Charlene, Cheryl, Melissa"

Fowler, Rachel Alice-13 Aug 1889, 21 Nov 1938

Bess, Goldman-4 Jun 1913, 19 Feb 1979
         Viola M.-14 Jan 1919, 31 May 1993

Boyd, Ellen B.-15 May 1840, 26 Dec 1936

Boyd, D. J.-5 Sep 1849, 12 Apr 1928

Faircloth, James E.-24 Oct 1941, 31 Mar 1988,
Son of Earl & Ruby Faircloth

Williams, David Lee-No dates

Leach, William Daniel II-27 Oct 1909, 21 Jun 1996
             Mary Margaret-17 Jun 1910, 7 Sep 1975

Leach, Elsie A.-6 Aug 1942, 3 Jun 1956, Daughter

Leach, William D.-31 Oct 1934, 10 Oct 1989,
   Military marker  U.S. Marine Corp  Korea

Smith, Paul P.-1903, 1951, Father
          Elsie F.-1910, 19--, Mother

Farley, Luther B.-1883, 1993, Father
           Elsie L.-1886, 1976, Mother

Montgomery, Charles E. Sr.-11 Nov 1904, 18 Jun 1978
                      Ida Louise-3 May 1908, 10 Nov 1977

Landolt, Ione R.-22 Apr 1891, 13 Feb 1972
              Fred J.-3 Sep 1887, 28 Oct 1942

Landolt, Loretta J.-9 Jun 1913, 9 Apr 1988
             Harold W.-10 Sep 1911, 10 Mar 1972

Horn, Lila M.-1917, 19--, has a second marker which is inscribed
In Memory of Lila Riggs, 20 Aug 1917, Dec 1996

          Raymond D.-1908, 1938

Whilite, Maymie Cullen-1888, 1972

Cullen, Alfred G.-1883, 1941, Husband

Horn, J. Theodore-6 Aug 1856, 16 Apr 1948
          Luella J.-7 Apr 1860, 18 May 1938

Horn, Edna M.-3 Dec 1896, 27 Nov 1971

Horn, Melma J.-21 Feb 1902, 4 Aug 1974

Raby, Mable N.-5 Aug 1917, 23 Nov 1940

Guyton, Paul-24 Feb 1901, 27 Aug 1967
             Hazel-3 Mar 1904, 18 Nov 1980

Concrete base for marker

Dotson, Ike, Jess, Millie, John-no dates

Holekamp, Vera M.-12 Apr 1907, 23 Nov 1973
                   Robert J.-8 Nov 1907, 13 Nov 1988

Marble slab marker

Snyder, Lillian E.-18 Sep 1931,
   Infant daughter of Florence & Williard Snyder

David, Frank E.-1908, 1986
           Mabel M.-1910, 1985

David, Ronald E.-16 Apr 1939, 26 Apr 1939, "Our darling"

McCarty, Hazel E.-21 Apr 1905, 13 Feb 1969
                Burgess B.-27 Sep 1899, 27 Jul 1981

Landolt, Jessie L.-1881, 1983 (This is a correct date not a typo.)
             J. Edward-1886, 1971

Merrel, Golda M.-1901, 1970

White, Sharon O’Brien-23 Jan 1947, 4 May 1995

Snyder, Williard-14 Dec 1901, 2 Aug 1980
             Florence-23 Dec 1902, 14 Nov 1990
             Married 26 Apr 1922

Poston, Jeff D.-1861, 1941
             Annie E.-1859, 1941

Poston, J. Riley-1865, 1943

Koester, Burl A.-18 Jan 1907, 9 Mar 1989
             Jessie V.-10 Dec 1910
             Married 25 May 1929

Nash, Lois M.-25 Mar 1918, 23 Sep 1992

Nash, Henry F.-1 Apr 1909, 23 Dec 1983
         Goldia L.-13  Oct 1909, 21 Jun 1958

Boyd, Barbara L.-1918, 1931

Boyd, Raymond-4 Mar 1915

Boyd, Margaret-12 Feb 1888, 24 Jul 1920

Boyd, Fred-1882, 1955

Holland, James L.-5 Dec 1879, 29 Jun 1962

Pinkston, William B.-9 Nov 1920,
   Military marker  U.S. Army Sgt WWII

               Virginia L.-17 Apr 1922
                Married 25 May 1941

Pratte, Zeno B.-20 Nov 1881, 18 May 1961
           Alice A. -14 Jul 1879, 22 Oct 1959

James, Verlon C.-16  Sep 1922, New grave
           Dorothea G.-7 Sep 1928, 12 Dec 1987

James, Mary Ann-2 Jun 1959, 9 Dec 1974

Waller, Kathleen-13 Apr 1932, 31 Dec 1934

Rudland, Melvin H.-1905, 1974
              Lorna M.-1910

Pettus, Brooke Nicole-31 May 1982, 31 May 1982

Shrum, Emma M.-29 Aug 1884, 11 Feb 1969
           Millerson R.-5 Jan 1880, 9 Dec 1970

Cruncleton, Nellie ?-10 Jan 1901, 14 Jul 1903,
    Daughter of W. S. & A. M. Cruncleton

Cruncleton, Willard Smith -8 Dec 1866, 8 Sep 1943 - son of Edward & Caroline (Patterson)
                   Anna M.-5 Sep 5, 1868, 21 Jan 1966 (nee Hipes)

Byington, Elizabeth-1918, 1949

Byington, Marvin L. Jr.-29 May 1918, 8 Feb 1984
              Audrey-29 Mar 1917, 24 Feb 1977, Wife

Pinkston, Lawrence E.-14 Feb 1890, 22 Aug 1954

Pinkston, Josephine P.-5 Feb 1894, 27 Aug 1948
              Dorothy Vera-24 Apr 1917, 5 May 1995

Cruncleton, Everette E.-1873, 1915

Cruncleton, N. C.-1847, 1927 [Nancy Caroline (Patterson) Cruncleton]
                  E. D.-1840, 1916 [Edward D. Cruncleton]

Cruncleton, George Ora-16 Apr 1881, 29 Dec 1969-  s/o William & Caroline (Ashburn)

Cruncleton, Charles-7 Jun 1887, 14 Jun 1918 - son of Wm. & Caroline (Ashburn)

Cruncleton, William M-6 Mar 1856, 12 Oct 1936 (s/o William M. & Eliza (Moon) Cruncleton)
                     Caroline P.- 20 Apr 1863, 25 Mar 1953 (d/o George & Julia (Mostiller) Ashburn)

Barron, Caroline P.-20 Apr 1863, 25 Mar 1953
            Jennie Mae-12 Mar 1898, 30 Aug 1980

Waller, Maud M.-3 Feb 1882, 29 Apr 1914

O’Sullivan, Myrtle Waller-23 Feb 1904, 9 Apr 1922

Waller, Joseph W.-25 Dec 1876, 26 Apr 1965
           Ruth L.-22 Feb 1893, 2 Mar 1982

Pratte, Lydle Eugene-15 May 1904, 3 Jan 1979
           Esther Ellen-4 Oct 1909
           Married 2 Jan 1926

Holland, Herbert B.-21 Aug 1909, 12 Aug 1967
            Virginia M.-27 Aug 1911, 20 Nov 1993

Holland, Joel Herbert-Born & Died 22 Aug 1944

Boyd, Lucinda J.-11 Sep 1842, 27 Mar 1915,
Wife of Jno. J. Boyd

Boyd, John J.-8 Jan 1846, 10 Jun 1927

Boyd, E. F.-7 Apr 1871, 27 Feb 1932

Boyd, Lee-1 May 1879, 31 Aug 1954

McGrael, Billie R.-1 Oct 1934, 21 Aug 1990,
  Military marker  U.S. Army
                Dolores J.-16 Nov 1940
                 Married 20 Jul 1964

Thurman, Trustin E.-1 May 1917, 29 Jan 1985,
   Military marker Pfc U.S. Marine Corps WWII
                 Leola H.-6 Aug 1920, 9 Aug 1979
                 Married 2 Jun 1939

Huff, Hugh L.-1914, 1945

Tucker, Marilyn J.-27 Oct 1939, 26 Apr 1979

Boyd, Alferd Lee-8 Oct 1912, 27 Nov 1987

Eaton, Hersel-24 Oct 1907, 25 Oct 1907,
  Son of J. T. & A. Eaton

Hawkins, Oliver E.-19 Aug 1913, 28 Jan 1997,
   Military marker  Sgt U.S. Army WWII,
   {Military marker has date of death as 25 Jan 1997.}

                Juanita P.-5 Apr 1914, 21 Feb 1997

Richardson, Roscoe L.-27 Aug 1910, 10 Mar 1968
                  Leona S.-31 Jul 1918, 29 Nov 1998

Richardson, Charles O.-29 Aug 1906, 11 Nov 1981

Richardson, J. Lawrence-1883, 1964

Richardson, Laura M.-1887, 1936

Richardson, Nellie-18 Nov 1908, 4 Dec 1908,
   Infant daughter of J. L. & L. M. Richardson

Koester, Burl L.-15 May 1964, 13 Jan 1998, Beloved son

Marker base

Simpson, Hayden E.-6  Jul 1878, 30 Dec 1976

Simpson, Gertrude E.-23 Dec 1892, 15 Dec 1984

McCoy, Gladys A.-5 May 1895, 23 May 1985
              David R.-18 Mar 1900, 4 May 1964

DeWeese, Hazel A.-1904, 1987
                 John B.-1902, 1970

Waller, Della A.-11 Dec 1883, 24 Jun 1973
            Joseph F.-26 Mar 187?, 22 Jul 195?

DeWeese, Ralph J.-4 Feb 1924, 22 Jan 1993

Sickman, Della A.-29 Apr 1882, 27 Sep 1917,
   Wife of Frank Sickman

Walls, Joseph-1888, 1972

Waller, Baby Lucy-1917, 1917

Murray, Lynvel C.-16 Nov 1923
             Tina M.-14 Oct 1928

Waller, Armon J.-6 Mar 1901, 25 Sep 1988
            Elsie B.-8 Mar 1906, 6 Dec 1998
All 4 of the above are on one marker.

Mostiller, J. T.-Died 29 Sep 1906, Aged 57y 5d

Byington, Hattie Mostiller-1 Sep 1882, 25 May 1963

Mostiller, J. P. R.-17 Jul 1899, 26 Jun 1925

McClintock, Sam V.-6 Feb 1886, 28 May 1954

McClintock, Mary L.-19 Nov 1884, 20 Jun 1972

Richardson, John W.-1852, 1945
                   Nancy A.-1863, 1944

Richardson, Smith A.-1885, 1959

Richardson, Rita Gayle-16 Dec 1943, 19 Aug 1968

Martin, Juanita May nee Richardson-19 Dec 1923, Jan 8 1970

Richardson, Harvey W.-2 Nov 1896, 10 Nov 1972
                   Myrtle M.-30 Sep 1900, 1 Mar 1977

Wilson, A. J.-23 Jul 1857, 30 Sep 1932
             Sarah M.-19 Aug 1858, 26 Jan 1912

Meyers, Maudie A.-18 Jan 1891, 30 Oct 1970
            William A.-14 Mar 1881, 12 Jan 1970

Meyers, Sterling A.-4 Jan 1922, 29 Oct 1971,
   Military marker  Mo Pfc U.S. Marine Corp WWII

Meyers, Everett J.-28 Oct 1908, 6 Dec 1987
             Beulah G.-5 Jan 1912, 9 Feb 1983

Celes, Alma Moon-1 Jul 1917, 30 Jan 1981

Bentley, Martha-1857, 1938
             Henry M.-1857, 1929

Moon, Florence-9 Jun 1881, 28 May 1956

Horn, George M.-10 Apr 1866, 21 Oct 1932

Horn, Maggie A.-28 Nov 1875, 9 Mar 1947

Horn, Alma H.-1 Jun 1933,
   Military Marker  Mo Pvt 110 Engrs 35 Div

Horn, Roy L.-14 Dec 1899, 30 Jul 1933

Boyd, Victoria B.-29 Sep 1915, 5 Nov 1995

Boyd, Alvin J.-16  Aug 1910, 15 Jan 1997
           Eunice L.-30 Sep 1911, 10 Oct 1941

Boyd, Alvin Eugene-13 Aug 1933, 21 Mar 1939

Knox, James W.-2 Aug 1933, 5 Aug 1978
   This is a double stone but other side is blank

Burr, Leonard-28 Feb 1919, 9 May 1993, Dad
         Bernice-12 Aug 1922, Mom
         Married 21 Feb 1941
        Parents of Sandy, Jim, Don, Keith & Laura

Burr, Keith Allen (Skinny)-9 Nov 1952, 7 Dec 1992,
"We love you, Daddy.  Susie, Christopher"

Rawson, David Lee-18 May 1848

Hawkins, Janet L.-7 Oct 1949, 17 Mar 1971

David, Burt Alen-27 Oct 1910, 20 Dec 1910,
   Son of John W. & Cynthia A. David

David, Bulah P.-30 Mar 1912, 11 Feb 1921

David, John W.-14 Jul 1890, 3 Feb 1923
           Cynthia A.-20 Sep 1892, 24 Jan 1976

David, John A.-24 May 1916, 19 May 1990
           M. Eileen-11 Nov 1920
           Married 4 Jun 1938
           Children: Kenneth D., Karen D., John W., Korky
           Grandchildren: Lauri, Lance, James, Dana & Johnny

Hipes, William H.-Jan 1837, May 1933
           Josephine-18 Aug 1905, Aged 59y 4m 19d,
           Wife of W. H. Hipes

Hipes, Wm. E.-18 Jul 1866, 30 Jul 1940

David, Josephine-Jul 1867, Sep 1958
          William E.-Aug 1857, Nov 1941

David, Opal O.-19 Oct 1909
          Jewell W.-3 Nov 1904, 5 Jun 1963

Waller, Smith H.-17 Sep 1887, 8 Feb 1972
           Sallie May-20 Oct 1892, 13 Apr 1968

Waller, Phillip W.-1850, 1926
            Mary-1857, 1937, His wife

Waller, Hulda Alice-21 Feb 1894, 18 May 1969
           John L.-22 Feb 1890, 24 Nov 1968

Eaton, John T.-13 Oct 1879, 24 Jul 1952

Eaton, Addie-21 Nov 1881, 28 Mar 1929

Eaton, John S.-22 Jul 1911, 13 May 1997
          Mattie-14 Oct 1912, 23 May 1984

Boyd, Arthur L.-1889, 1948
         Hattie M.-1885, 1976

Morris, Margaret-16 Mar 1896, 27 Jul 1967

Sickman, Edna Wall-10 Jul 1890, 2 May 1984

Sickman, Frank J.-1882, 1931

Eaton, James L.-8 Nov 1908, 2 Jul 1957
          Lillie B.-7 Oct 1912, 2 Aug 1982

Halloran, Fay V.-1902, 1972
               Raymond W.-1902, 1973

Snyder, John C.-1896, 1967,
   Military marker  Missouri Pvt Co E  101 Ammo Train
    WWII, 29 Jan 1896, 26 Mar 1967
             Mary J.-1898, 1986 


HISTORY OF MARVIN CHAPEL CEMETERY

     To fully appreciate the history of the Marvin Chapel Cemetery one needs to turn back the clock of time and take a look at the customs practiced at the beginning of this century when a death occurred in a country community.  It was the neighbors who came in and prepared the body for burial.  If burial clothes were needed the ladies of the neighborhood made them and it was the neighbors who sat up all night in the home with the corpse. Last but not least it was the men of the community who opened and closed the grave free of charge.  It had also been the custom for many years that the rural people buried their dead in small private burying grounds called Family Grave Yards.  Most of these Family Grave Yards were rather small plots of ground and only the closest of kin could bury there but there were a few that would permit the more distant kin to be buried in them.  One can readily see why the people back in the  1800's like to bury their dead close to their homes.  All the roads were dirt roads which in bad weather would become almost impassable for only horse drawn vehicles were used.

    There were living in what is known as the Marvin Chapel Community at the beginning of this century, a Mr. J. Walter Harrington, his wife, Elba Buchanan Harrington and their two children.  Mr. Harrington, though just a young man, became ill and soon was unable to perform the chores of farming and sold their farm.   Mr. and Mrs. Harrington relocated in a nearby town but in no time Mr. Harrington became so ill Mrs. Harrington knew she must get him to where she would have help in caring for her sick husband.  In those days there were no available hospitals or rest homes to place the very ill for special care.  Due to this situation, Mrs. Harrington moved her sick husband into her parents' home who also lived in the Marvin Chapel Community.

    Mr. Harrington and his family knew by this time that his illness was terminal and the question of where he could be buried was foremost in their minds.  Mrs. Harrington, who was a descendant of both the Patterson and Richardson families made them eligible to bury in either the Patterson or Richardson Grave Yards.   Upon investigation it was found that all the lots in both Grave Yards had been spoken for.   The Richardson Grave Yard had been in use since 1823 and the Patterson Grave Yard was full for records show that following Mr. Harrington's death there was only one more grave placed in that Grave Yard.

    There was living in this same Community a Mr. Samuel L. McCarty, who was a rather large land owner.  I'm sure there were discussions as to where to look for a site for a new burying ground in the Community for it was plain to see that one was badly needed. Mr. McCarty's land lay in the midst of the Community but his family had been burying for years in a little Church Yard called Charter Cemetery located in Jefferson County, Missouri, and he wasn't the least bit interested in another Cemetery.

    In the meanwhile, Mr. Harrington was growing weaker and it was known that he could not live much longer.  Mr. McCarty heard how Mr. Harrington was failing and decided to make a friendly call to his close neighbor Mr. Augustus B. Buchanan's home.   While there he went in to see Mr. Harrington who was so very ill.  Before Mr. McCarty left his room, Mr. Harrington looked pleadingly into Mr. McCarty's eyes and said "Mr. McCarty, I would so love to be buried in your field located along the road."  Mr. Harrington went on to describe the very spot where he would like to be buried.  Mr. McCarty was not an unkind man, but he went away without giving him an answer but in his heart he knew he could not refuse the dying man's request.

    Mr. J. Walter Harrington passed away on May 16th, 1903 at the age of thirty-five years, two months and 21 days.  His grave became the first grave in the new burying ground of the Community.  Mr. McCarty not only gave Mr. Harrington a burial place but he also gave a nice acreage of his land to be used in establishing a new Community Cemetery. 

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    When Mr. Harrington was buried the field had been planted in corn and the corn was up and several inches high.  To protect the grave until the corn crop could be cultivated and harvested, a rail fence was placed around his grave.

    In less than two months little Nellie Olive Cruncleton died on July 14th, 1903.   She was the eighteen months old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willard S. Cruncleton and on September 6th, 1903 an infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Edd [sic Ed] Harrington named Ernest died at the age of 21 days, thus bringing the total of three graves in the new Cemetery that year.

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Second burial at Marvin Chapel Cemetery

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Third burial at Marvin Chapel Cemetery

    Cemetery was started it was decided that the government of the Cemetery should be handled by a revolving Committee consisting of three members.   Three interested man were chosen for this task.  There was no limit put on them as to how long they might serve but when they could no longer fulfill their duties it would be the duty of the remaining members to select a replacement.   All business matters were handled by this Committee.  The Cemetery was started in the month of May, 1903 but little could be done to it until after the corn crop had been harvested in the fall.  One of the first things needed was a new fence.   Mr. John Hipes who was a carpenter offered his services and Mr. David Benham offered to assist Mr. Hipes and in no time there was a pretty board fence around the Cemetery.

    The Committee then had the cemetery charted.  The lots were large and after the pathways were marked off the average lot held fourteen graves.  

    Since this was not a purely family cemetery it was decided to call it Marvin Chapel Cemetery.  It was given this name due to the fact that it was located in sight of Marvin Chapel Methodist Church.  Actually the Church owned no part of the Cemetery.  As time passed more and more people wanted lots until in about the year of 1918 the Committee decided it best that they enlarge the Cemetery and purchased a strip of land on the West side of the Cemetery.  As soon as the lots were charted they started selling and by the early part of the 1930's the Cemetery was in need of more land.   This time the Committee bought a much wider strip of land located on the East side of the Cemetery.  This brought the entire acreage of the Cemetery to approximately seven acres.  The sale of the lots continued and from the proceeds of those sales the Cemetery Committee was able to improve and add more driveways to the Cemetery, which was needed at this time.

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Sharon O'Brien White's final resting place at Marvin Chapel Cemetery is under the shade of her favorite tree, a beautiful Weeping Willow,  which was planted in her honor after her burial in 1995. 

    In May of this year of 1973, Marvin Chapel Cemetery passed its seventieth birthday.  It now is a beautiful  cemetery containing many beautiful grave stones.   It is centrally located along Highway K.  It is level enough to be viewed from any location and is elevated enough to insure good drainage.  In fact, I can think of no other Country Cemetery that is as pretty as Marvin Chapel Cemetery.  Now, that all the lots have been sold, and unless more land is made available, the Cemetery has reached its final dimensions.  It will be in use for many years to come for there are many unused graves.  Marvin Chapel Cemetery has come a long ways from its first grave with a rail fence around it and located in a muddy corn field.  In fact, from the very beginning of this cemetery we find that love and sacrifice was in the lives of the men who made it a reality and helped to govern it for these seventy years.  It was love for humanity that caused Mr. Samuel L. McCarty to grant the dying wish of Mr. Harrington and it was love for his neighbors that he sacrificed some of his valuable land so that they too might have a desirable burying ground for their dead.  It was love for all mankind that this Cemetery was made a non-sectarian cemetery where anyone who so desired could be buried there regardless of their religious belief and to whom they might be related.

    Seventy years have passed and I can think of no better time to call attention to all of the governing Committees of Marvin Chapel Cemetery who have served at different times during these seventy years.  They all shared in a common dream which was to do all in their power to make Marvin Chapel Cemetery a beautiful final resting place for their dead.  There are no records that enumerate all the tasks that they performed while in office, but if there were, it would take up a lot of space in this history to relate them.  There also are no records to show the exact time each member served, how long he served and by whom he was replaced.  I do not think that it is too important since we know that each one at his appointed time performed his duties with love and sacrifice.  Some served on the Committee for many years and some remained on the Committee until their death.  All the Past Committee members are dead.  The present Committee Members have a new dream.  They have set into motion by law whereby Marvin Chapel Cemetery can establish perpetual care.  This is a beautiful dream and I hope it will come true.  When this does take place there will be a new appointed committee of five members who will take over the affairs of the Cemetery.  This will mean the end of the Three Member Committee rule.  Figuratively it will be "The Changing of the Guard."

    It is to the Memory of the Committee Members of "The Old Guard" who are now gone and to honor the Living Members that I dedicate this History of Marvin Chapel Cemetery. 

    Their names are as follows:  John H. Cook, William M. Cruncleton, William E. David, David H. Benham, John Edward Landolt, Joseph F. Walter, Andrew W. David, Claude C. McCarty, Gaston (Red) Eaton, Linn E. McCarty, Frank David, Mabel (Landolt) David.

    The above material was compiled by Mrs. Hazel Murphy Willa.   Note -- I offer my sincere thanks to all who assisted me in compiling these records.  Dated -- Sept. 18, 1973.

 

 

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