Location: S24-T3-R27This cemetery was near the Fairview rural school in which church services were held in the early days. The Fairview name sometimes applies to the present Bozarth cemetery. The name was changed in 1973. To reach this cemetery go north from Slapout to the “10 mile” road, go east one mile then north one half mile. It is on the west side of the road. A woman known only as Grandma Walls gave this land. The first to be buried there was a baby daughter of Mr. And Mrs. Shell Elam in 1914. There are several unmarked graves that are unknown to the present custodians. There are 24 known graves in this cemetery.
|LAST NAME||FIRST MI||BIRTH||DEATH||OTHER||COMMENT||ROW||SPACE|
|Bozarth||Alva Bell||1896 Mar 14||1935 Sep 24||D||41|
|Bozarth||David||1894 June 19||1973 Dec 30||D||39|
|Bozarth||Glen E||1917 Aug 13||1982 Oct 23||E||9|
|Bozarth||Jack M||1920 Nov 5||1947 Feb 13||PVT US ARMY||WWII||E||40|
|Colten||Floyd S baby boy||1931||1931||E||44|
|Colten||Ronald Leon||1944 Aug 23||1944 Aug 24||Son of||Leon and Delphia Colten||E||42|
|Elam||Katie||1911 Feb 2||1911 Mar 6||Daughter of||F. C. and Dorcia Elam||D||37|
|Holmes||Ervin Lee||1931 Apr 22||1978 Mar 2||PFC US ARMY||KOREA||B||45|
|Mecham||baby girl||Early 1900's||C||37|
|Scott||baby BOY||Early 1900's||C||28|
|Spurgeon||Juanita||1927 Dec 20||1974 Mar 8||Wife and Mother||E||38|
|Van Gieson||Cornelius C||1834||1912||no grave marker|
|Van Gieson||Fannie||1835||c1915||no grave marker|
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