LAST NAME FIRST NAME MIDDLE NAME NICKNAME OR MAIDEN NAME BORN DIED REMARKS
Schaar Eliza Ellen Burks 10/12/1851 3/13/1907 First wife of Julius Schaar.Daughter of Andrew J. & Eliza Camden Burks.
Schaar Julius 4/17/1848 2/9/1933 * Born in Prussia. Immigrated with his family to the United States in 1853.
Schaar Laura Ca. 1882 Ca. 1882 Daughter of Julius & Eliza Burks Schaar. Died at birth.
Schaar Lillian Ca. 1884 Ca. 1884 Daughter of Julius & Eliza Burks Schaar. Died at birth.
Schaar Minnie 8/1884 Ca. 1899 Daughter of Julius & Eliza Burks Schaar. Died at about 15 years of age.
Schaar William Thomas 2/1880 4/1917 Son of Julius & Eliza Burks Schaar. Husband of Edna Earle "Mittie" Staples.
Staples Annie Lee Schaar 1/12/1874 9/12/1914 Daughter of Julius & Eliza Burks Schaar. Husband of Peter "Pete" Staples.
Staples Calvin Coolidge 3/4/1924 3/26/1944  ** Son of James W. & Lilly Bryant Staples.
Staples Carroll Sheridan "Callie Boy" 6/20/1917 4/29/1982  *** Son of James W. & Lilly Bryant Staples.
Staples Elton Cleveland "Sonny" 2/15/1921 9/29/1942  *** Son of James W. & Lilly Bryant Staples.
Staples Eugene Earl 5/26/1929 4/11/1988 *** Son of James W. & Lilly Bryant Staples.
Staples Herbert William 6/23/1915 5/1/1978 *** Son of James W. & Lilly Bryant Staples.
Staples James William 7/19/1876 12/6/1952 Son of Thomas J. & "Nannie" Bowles Staples. Husband of Lilly Aldene Bryant.
Staples Lilly Aldene Bryant 5/7/1893 6/18/1978 Daughter of William N. & Mary Emma Schaar Bryant. Wife of James W. Staples
Staples Peter Jackson 5/25/1868 5/13/1934 Son of William H. & Samanths E. Johnson Staples. Husband of Annie Lee Schaar
Staples Rosa Madeline 8/2/1913 5/11/1914 Daughter of Pete & Annie Lee Schaar Staples.
Staples Walter Dave "Tootie" 5/1/1882 1960
The cemetery is located off of Grandma's Hill Road, behind the old house of William T. and Edna Earle "Mittie' Staples Schaar. The land is currently owned by the Great-Granddaughter of Julius Schaar, Julie Schaar Thomas, and her husband Gene. The land has been in the Schaar family since 1878. - Contributed by Adon Jennings
* Served in the 6th Md Inf, Co F, as a Drummer during the Civil War.
** Killed in action at Luxembourg, Germay, during World War II. Is buried in the U. S. Military Cemetery Grand Failly, located 10 miles north of Verdun, France.
   A Memorial Plaque was place in his honor in the cemetery.
*** Never Married.

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