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Dinwiddie Cemetery ©9/26/2011
Grant County, New Mexico
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Photographed and indexed by
Nancy E. Brown and Arlena Boggs, photographers and genealogists of Catron County, New Mexico.

The Dinwiddie cemetery is reached by driving north on Hwy 180 for 3 miles from the Cliff, NM post office. Watch for Shields Canyon road to the right. The cemetery is about 200 feet east of Hwy 180 on the north side of Shields Canyon Rd. It is on a flat area and the cemetery fence may be seen from the highway. There are 8 markers in the cemetery, but one is an old marker with a newer duplicate. There are 3 unknown graves in the cemetery. There are many more of the Dinwiddie family buried in Mesa Cemetery in Cliff/Gila, NM.

1. Hannum; Louella Jane; b. Jan 20, 1847; d. May 19, 1928; At Rest Photo
2. Hannum; Mary Eliza; b. Dec 10, 1849; d. Jan 21, 1937; At Rest Photo
3. Dinwiddie; Thomas Morris; b. Dec 10, 1849; d. Feb 5, 1926; At Rest (New Marker)   Dinwiddie; Thomas M; (old Marker) Photo
5. Dinwiddie; Marth Ollie; b. Mar 5, 1847; d, May 19, 1928; Wife of Henry H. Dinwiddie. At Rest Photo
6. Terry; Mary E. Dinwiddie; b Oct 31, 1886; d. Jan 27, 1919; Wife of Robert E. Terry; Gone But Not Forgotten Photo
7. Dinwiddie; Harriet Hannum; b. Nov 10, 1848; d. Jan 10, 1941; At Rest Photo
8. Dinwiddie; Tommy Norman; b. Jul 6, 1936; d. Nov 14, 1936 Photo
#1 unknown Photo
#2 unknown Photo
#3 unknown Photo