From Bouse Junction the junction of HWy 412 and HWY 281, on HWY 281 go North 5 miles then go East 1 mile.
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. Information furnished by Lawreence Bymaster, 10-29-1990.
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|Annie large monument no dates or other engraving|
|At least 8 unmarked grave|
|Decker||Frederick||12-23-1829||03-07-1915||Civil War Co. M 10th MO. VolCav|
|Gillespe||Ollie R.||1912||1918||dau of Thomas & Walburg|
|Gillespe||Opal M.||1901||1918||dau of Thomas & Walburg|
|McGolden||05-23-1908||Inf son of Mr. & Mrs. H.S. McGolden|
|McGolden||05-23-1908||inf dau of Mr. & Mrs. H.S. McGolden|
|Noeller||Launie||09-05-1901||05-05-1902||son of A. A. & A. B.|
|Ring||William J. B.||?||12-26-1918||WWI|
|Seiger||Leon I.||06-14-1926||01-28-1999||WW II Pfc U.S. Army|
|Werring||Harry||1895||death date gone W?|
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