The following information provided by Rosie Clark.
Dudly (Ernie) Daniel(s) and Art Bush took Rosie to the cemetery. She was told the following:
There was a wagon train that went thru. There was a baby girl who was sick. The wagon train left her and her parents there. The baby girl died the next day. (other particulars unknown)
People buried in this cemetery according to Mr. Daniel.
Wiltrout, 5 infants. At one time there were wooden markers but they have since eroded away.
Daniel, Samuel R. b.12-28-1854, d.12-25-1888
Daniel, Emmeline b. 6-28-1858, d.8-09-1888
Daniel, Charley b. 6-04-1887, d. 08-06-1887
Daniel, Jettie b. 8-09-1885, d. 12-26-1885
Brown, Dorsie B. b. June and d. September
Powell, C.B. little marker with these initials
Daniel, Mary W. w/o John M. 1848 &endash; 1888 "I still Live"
Daniel, Dorothy d/o Mary & John (a wooden peg as a marker)
Irvin, two children were buried here and later moved to Palisade
Other information about burials in Estelle:
Powell, Nathan Wilbur (son of Benjamin Powell) b. 17-14-1812 d. 6-11-1886
(by Viron Baxter)
© 2001 by Brenda Lawless Daniel