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New Hope Cemetery

1913 - 2000


From Meno at the junction of HWY 60 and the Ames blacktop, on Ames blacktop go South 3 miles then go West 2 miles.

This information was compiled by the members of the Major County Genealogical Society. The Information was derived from: walking the Cemetery, obituaries and other sources.

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CaseRachel Ann09-02-185304-10-1934 
CaseSallie A.05-26-185812-29-1915m 1-24-1878 to T. F.
CaseT. F.08-15-1854 ?m 1-24-1878 to Sallie A.
CliftonAlfred Lee07-03-191710-31-1920 
FakesEarl C.18421919Civil War
McWhinneyM. M.  no dates
SaundersZerilda Jane18391920 
SharplessFrancis M.18581913donated land for church & cemetery
SharplessSusan J.18601914donated land for church & cemetery

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