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Holland Jones Cemetery (Linden Cemetery)
Linden, Christian County, Missouri

Lat: 37° 02' 47"N, Lon: 93° 08' 24"W
Linden Twp, Sec 8

Submitted by Larry Boyd, Apr 19, 2006, last edited Apr 20, 2006 [larry@lgboyd.com].  Total records = 10.

Located SW of Linden, Missouri. Turn off 125 at Linden and go to south to the 1st road to right. It is marked "Keep Out". Go up this road to the WNW to the top of the hill. It turns back to the left and goes between a house and barn. Off to the left in a grove of trees. Two large cedar trees mark the entrance.

This is a family cemetery on private property, so it would be good to stop at the house and obtain permission to continue to the cemetery.

This cemetery used to be called the Old Linden Cemetery.

I walked and read all existing headstones in this cemetery in May of 2005.

- Larry Boyd
Holland, child, b. 1 Jun 1873, d. 30 Jun 1878, Daughter of James M. Holland & Annie Jones
Holland, Annie (Jones), b. 5 Oct 1834, d. 2 Feb 1916, 2nd wife of James M. Holland. Daughter of William G. Jones and Nancy T. Jones
Holland, Green Berry, b. 6 Feb 1796 NC, d. 27 Jun 1877 MO, Son of Benjamin Holland & Rhoda Key
Holland, James F, b. 1 Jun 1873, d. 30 Dec 1879, Son of James M. Holland & Annie Jones (James 2nd wife)
Holland, James M, b. 5 Feb 1827, d. 26 Sep 1906, Son of Green Berry Holland and Susanna Crenshaw
Holland, Mary E(lizabeth), b. 8 Dec 1833 OH, d. 8 Oct 1857, 1st wife of James M. Holland
Holland, Melvina, b. 2 Aug 1857, d. 8 Oct 1857, Daughter of James M. Holland & Mary Elizabeth Ensign. Apparently both mother and child died soon after birth
Jones, Nancy M T, b. 31 Jan 1810, d. 19 Mar 1884, Mother of Annie Jones
Jones, Sarah C, b. 8 Jun 1834, d. 27 Jun 1896, Sister of Annie Jones
Jones, William G, b. 5 Apr 1810, d. 10 May 1880, Father of Annie Jones
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