There are other burials here that are unmarked, but there is no known plat map. PLEASE NOTE: This cemetery is on Private Property. You must obtain permission to enter.
Many thanks to Mahlon Erickson for this survey. It was done 04-17-1990.
Bob Chada surveyed this cemetery in August of 1999. There are only two visible stones left, H. J. Jenkins and Mariah Williams, and a few unmarked graves.
If you have family buried in the Favor Cemetery or have obits (with newspapers permission or an obit that you can write) or tombstone photos or individual portraits or can write a short bio or have a history of the cemetery and would like to add your information to this website, contact the area coordinator for more information. You can also check out our How to Submit page.
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NOTE Every effort has been made to transcribe this information accurately. These records MAY CONTAIN ERRORS. Any corrections and/or additions greatly appreciated. As with any genealogy information, this is a source and should be considered as such. It is up to the researcher to verify the accuracy.
|JENKINS||H. J.||1872||1939||Homemade marker|
|WILLIAMS||Mariah||06 Dec 1871||12 Mar 1943|
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