Blue Run Cemetery
Dunnellon, Marion County, Florida
Contributed by Sally Tinkham [firstname.lastname@example.org]
Total records = 11.
Located on the Rainbow River Ranch, CR 484, Dunnellon, FL Nearby was located the Church of God (or Church of Christ) according to older local residents who feel this cemetery was owned by the Church and originally covered at least one acre. The church itself was there in the late 1800's or early 1900's, for certain in 1919 or 1920.
- Sally Tinkham
BRASS, Martha May (Winston), b. Sep 6, 1888, d. Nov 8, 1918, Wife of A.N. (Archie Nigel) Brass
CARTER, Martha Adams, b. Dec 11, 1827 Darlington, S.C., d. Apr 29, 1882, Aged 54y 4m 18d, mother of Ada Carter Winston. Stone reads: "Having finished life's duty, she now sweetly rests." The stone is signed in the lower right corner in script writing " A. Seavengood"
JENNINGS, Mrs., (First wife of Rev. Jennings of the nearby Church of God)
SMITH, Mrs., White rock at the site. (lived near Truman Strickland)
STRICKLAND, Charles Lloyd, b. Sep 16, 1884, d. Nov 11, 1918, father
STRICKLAND, Charles Truman, b. 1908 d. Nov 18, 1934 (buried next to Susie) son of Charles & Susie
STRICKLAND, Susie Ada (Winston), b. Aug 23, 1884, d. Jan 26, 1960 (mother)
WINSTON, "Grandma", no dates, (Thomas Winston's Mother)
WINSTON, Ada Maranda (Carter), b. 1853 S.C., d. Jul 26, 1930, wife of T.F. Winston
WINSTON, Four infants, dead at birth (died before 1888, children of Thomas and Ada Winston-have rock markers)
WINSTON, Thomas Frank, b. 1840, d. 1888, has rock marker with Mason's sign
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