My Grandfather won 160 acres northwest of Meers in the land lottery. The cemetery consists of 12 people buried in 11 graves. It is possible a couple more are buried there but that is a mystery.
There was an old black woman that came over from Duncan with Edward Crow by the name of "Negro Rose."
Edward Crow packed his family and left for the Homestead he had won in the Land Lottery. Negro Rose went with them. She was about 100 years old at
that time. This was in the late 1800's. She was probably the first one buried there.
|BANDY||May||unk.||unk.||14 years old.|
|BESS||Jim||unk.||unk.||Died of Pneumonia.|
|CROW||Edward Lothry||Mar 1851||6 Aug 1903||Dragged by a team of mules.|
|CROW||Hillard||3 Jan 1902||3 Jan 1902||Twin to Lillard Crow.|
|CROW||Lilliard||3 Jan 1902||3 Jan 1902||Twin to Hillard Crow.|
|GANDY||Girl||unk.||unk.||10 years old.|
|MEYER||Baby||unk.||unk.||4 years old.|
|NICHOLS||Jim||unk.||unk.||25 years old.
Died of T.B.
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