LOCATION: 4 1/2 Miles south of the 283 and 60 highway junction and 1/2 mile east.
This cemetery could have been known as the "Tierce Chapel" Cemetery. However, no recording as such has been found.
The land was donated by the Hall family. The cemetery name came from the Allmon School which was 1/2 mile West.
One evening, after the cemetery was fenced off and available for use, a lone cowboy was seen going to the area. The next day the observer went to the cemetery and found a fresh grave of infant size. Another story is that a neighbor was in attendance for a short service. No name was ever known.
This grave and two others, the Davis and Lillie infants, were located in what later became the roadway. In the mid fifties, these graves were moved to the east side--southeast part of the cemetery. At this time three recorded removals from this cemetery went to the Shattuck Cemetery. (Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt and the Grimes Infant) The Grimes infant removal was ceremonial only; the infant has stones in both cemeteries.
A visitor to this cemetery will find a large square-flat topped stone approximately 1' X 2' with the number "15" in the center of the top. There is no record of what "15" stands for. The map shows this stone location is on Chaney lot. Burial records were found for Paris Chaney. Place of burial: "Allmon Cemetery." On the map the GP Chanep is possibly James Sr., who was the father of Paris.
The cemetery has a stone reading Zocoe Kincade in the same area where the map shows a Miss Mary Cincade is buried. There are possibly two graves here. Another homemade stone reads Maska Stevens. The map records this space to have two graves. Baby Zeke Stevens lies on the east end of ___rod Maks_ burial space. The name is now unreadable. Jack and Norma Lee McCartor, and Roy Wiedenkofer take care of this cemetery. The late John Pratt and Pearle Truitt were caretakers in the past.
This information was compiled by the Ellis County Historical Society. The Information was derived from: walking the Cemetery, obituaries and other sources. These records are as correct and complete as any record we have. Our deepest gratitude is extended to all who assisted in compiling these records.
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|ANDING||HELEN KATHERINE SEE:HARPER||--------|
|BLACKMON||IDA ALICE SEE:HALL||--------|
|BOSWORTH||LUCY A. AKA||02-03-23|
|BURNSIDE||BONNIE MAE AKA||10-24-68|
|CHANEY||GRANDPA PROB: JAMES SR.||--------|
|CINCADE||MARY "MISS" AKA KINCADE||--------|
|DEAN||HENRY RICHMOND||--------||Civil War/N|
|ERSKINE||GEORGE FREDRICK "FRED"||07-04-29|
|ERSKINE||JOSEPH D. "DODY"||01-17-24|
|FONNER||MAUDE LEE SEE:KENNEDY||--------|
|HALL||IDA ALICE AKA||01-31-52|
|HARMON||INFANT SON #1 UNKNAMED||02-04-28|
|HARMON||INFANT SON #2 UNKNAMED||06----28|
|HARPER||HELEN KATHERINE AKA||09-14-80|
|HAWKINS||AMANDA JANE SEE:THOMPSON||--------|
|HOLT||JOHN W. "JOHNNY"||07-29-12|
|KELLERMAN||FREDRIC HENRY "FRED"||12-25-88|
|KENNEDY||MAUDE LEE AKA||12-21-63|
|KENNEDY||OSCAR MARION JR.||12-27-79||WW II|
|PRATT||BONNIE MAE SEE:BURNSIDES||--------|
|PRATT||DONNA VAE||14 Jul 2008|
|PRATT||EARL LEO||06-24-91||WW II>|
|PRATT||JESSE EARL SR.||06-29-86|
|PRATT||ORA AVERY JR.||02-04-87||WW II|
|PRATT||ORA AVERY SR.||06-25-55|
|PRATT||WILLIE FAYE "EULA"||01-25-61|
|SLOAN||JOHN WESLEY G.||05-18-20||poss|
|SLOAN||RACHEL E. "BETTIE"||09-14-27|
|SQUIRE||CHESTER ARTHUR "ART"||03-10-69|
|SQUIRE||EPHRAIM MARION||12-21-08||civil War/N|
|THOMPSON||AMANDA "GRANNY" JANE AKA||11-29-36|
|THOMPSON||JOHN RACE JR.||11-17-40|
|WAYLAND||ALBERT GALINGTON||12-01-29||Civil War/N|
|WAYLAND||JOHN ALEXANDER LOGAN||06-19-64|
|WHITE||ETHAN OREN||02-05-18||WW I**|
|ZEIGLER||MARY R. "MOLLIE"||04-18-04|
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