Ms. O'Bannon surveyed this cemetery in 2003.
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Directions: From Eldorado, take Highway 6 East. Turn north on Highway 34. Turn East on the road just before the Prairie Hill Road. Follow that road approximately 4-1/2 miles. The Cemetery is right on the road. OR
Turn on the Prairie Hill Road. Follow the road to the site of an old school building. At that corner turn back South. Go approximately 1 mile on a dirt road to the next dirt road which goes East. Turn back East and go approxmately 3/4 mile. Cemetery is on the South side of the road. OR
From Highway 62, turn South on Highway 6. Go to the Prairie Hill Road. Turn back West and go the old school building (about 2 miles) Turn back South on the dirt road, go approximately 1 mile, turn back east on a dirt road and the cemetery will be approximately 3/4 mile on the South side of the road.
There are many markers which cannot be read due to their condition or location. There are many markers which are just rocks with no names on them. There are three large fenced areas, but no markers are visable and one large concreted grave with no identification.
The cemetery is fenced and gated. Several markers are visable. The cemetery is unkept. The grass and weeds are head high and many of the graves are falling in.
NOTE: It is obvious that there are graves under the high grass which could not be added to this list.
|Akers||Floyd C.||7 May 1867||25 Jul 1940|
|Akers||Georgia||8 May 1898||8 Jul 1913||Daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Floyd C. Akers.|
|Bomar||R.C.||unk.||14 Jan 1901||Aged 53 years 9 days|
|Chenault||H.G.||24 Oct 1863||29 May 1903|
|Chenault||Ruthy Ann||24 Aug 1825||10 Oct 1910|
|Chenault||W.T.||12 Jul 1886||22 Dec 1926|
|Chism||David Hardin, Jr.||13 Jan 1847||17 Jun 1892||Civil War - Confederacy - PVT CO D 2 Missouri INF
Husband of Mary M. Turner Chism
Married 12 Sep 1875.
|Cloud||Davis B.||14 Nov 1889||28 Oct 1911|
|Dill||Mary J.||1 Dec 1858||10 Feb 1913||Wife of A.C. Dill.|
|Garthel||Infant||3 May 1903||3 Jul 1903||Infant son of G.H. & M.M. Garthel.|
|Goen||Annie E.||1868||18 Apr 1905|
|Goen||Philliam||unk.||unk.||Infant daughter of P.M. & C. Goen.|
|Goen||William Stan||1867||17 Mar 1905|
|Honea||Nona Pearl||23 Dec 1898||24 Nov 1902||Daughter of Leslie Washington and Delilah Alice Hammonds Honea.|
|Lawson||Lucy||17 Jul 1840||14 Oct 1899||Wife of O.G. Lawson.|
|McAlpine||Carole Joy||1927||1935||Daughter of Carl & Daisy McAlpine.|
|Nickell||Samuel Henry||5 Jun 1885||12 Dec 1905|
|Nickell||Vinyard||2 Jun 1894||22 Aug 1908|
|Nunn||Charles Wesley||16 Mar 1863||21 Oct 1892|
|Park||Sarah H.||28 Oct 1891||24 Mar 1900||Daughter of James Washington and Sarah Elizabeth Webb Park.|
|Payne||Tularay||14 Sep 1900||13 Jan 1901||Son of N.J. & G.M. Payne.|
|Reeves||Infant||28 Oct 1898||28 Oct 1898||Infant son of H.P. & E.O. Reeves.|
|Robinson||Martin M.||3 Jan 1897||13 Oct 1905||Son of H.W. & M.A. Robinson.|
|Robinson||Dora R.||15 Apr 1895||5 Aug 1909||Daughter of H.W. & M.A. Robinson.|
|Robinson||Mary A.||1 Jun 1871||13 Nov 1912||Wife of H.W. Robinson.|
|Sutton||David T.||13 Feb 1886||7 Jan 1904||Son of J.D. & M.F. Sutton.|
|Sutton||J.D.||3 Feb 1845||3 Aug 1912|
|Sutton||J.Y.||19 Jan 1883||16 Jul 1940|
|Sutton||M.E.||3 Apr 1858||29 Apr 1915|
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