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Union Cemetery


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From the intersection of U.S. Highway 60 and NS271 on the east edge of Meno, go north for 3.5 miles on NS 271; cemetery is on the east side of the road; in September 2015, it is completely overgrown.

This information originally compiled by the members of the Major County Genealogical Society Reeta Martin. Photos taken as indicated.

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Theodore F. Hyson04-03-184401-24-1899Photo
Lewis Isaac05-07-183705-30-1902Photo
CHASEMary Billette  No Marker
CONNERCynthia A.18331901Photo
CONNERNettie Nancy09-15-187509-11-1895Photo
DUNLAPJohn03 Jul 190127 Feb 1902Photo
HARNEDGuy T.06-22-189502-12-1899Photo
HUNTINGTONInez May09 Nov 189924 Dec 1901Photo
HUNTINGTONMelintha L.15 Jan 184318 Dec 1903Photo
MARSHStephen F.18 Jan 190004 Jun 1900Photo
RUTHElizabeth15 Dec 184429 Sep 1905Photo
RUTHJohn J.08-22-186707-20-1897Photo

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