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Union Cemetery
Stotts City, Lawrence County, Missouri

Lat: 37° 04' 26"N, Lon: 93° 56' 53"W

Located two miles south of Stotts City, at junction of Interstate 44 and State Highway 97. Small church near the cemetery. Cemetery is in very good condition and still accepts new burials.

This is not a complete listing of all of the burials in this cemetery. The records below were provided by contributors to Interment.net. Last edited Nov 25, 2008. Total records = 19.

Contributor's Index:

Davenport, Dorthula M., b. Jun 04, 1835, d. Jan 31, 1915, 'Mother', [EC]
Roper, Clara A., b. 1868, d. 1932, [EC]
Roper, Cordus, b. Dec 23, 1903, d. Dec 23, 1913, s/o J.W. & E. Roper, [EC]
Roper, David A., b. 1862, d. 1923, [EC]
Roper, Golda E., d. Mar 23, 1905, age: 3yr 2mo 25da, s/w Mary A. Roper, [EC]
Roper, John W., b. 1872, d. 1940, s/w Louetta Roper, [EC]
Roper, Louetta, b. 1874, d. 1966, s/w John W. Roper, [EC]
Roper, Mary A., d. Apr 6, 189?, 2yr 8mo, s/w Golda E. Roper, [EC]
Roper, Mary E., b. May 11, 1873, d. Jan 10, 1895, [EC]
Roper, Minnie E., d. Jan 14, 1895, age: 11yr 18da, [EC]
Roper, Ruth J., d. Dec 10, 1923, age: 79yr 7mo 4da, s/w William F. Roper, [EC]
Roper, William F., d. Oct 20, 1895, age: 76yr 5mo 10da, s/w Ruth J. Roper, [EC]
Stotts, Amanda J. (Swift), b. Aug 12, 1825, d. Jul 13, 1915, w/o James A. Stotts, [BS]
Stotts, Horace Green, b. Jan 22, 1874, d. Feb 10, 1947, [BS]
Stotts, James Albert, b. Mar 9, 1820, d. Nov 24, 1903, [BS]
Stotts, Jessie O., b. Feb 23, 1892, d. Mar 27, 1896, d/o G.A. and D.B. Stotts, [BS]
Stotts, Sarah A., b. Apr 5, 1842, d. Apr 13, 1930, w/o Thomas M. Stotts, [BS]
Stotts, Thomas M., b. Apr 14, 1832, d. Feb 26, 1875, [BS]
Stotts, William Colwell, b. Mar 4, 1852, d. Sep 9, 1903, s/o James A. Stotts , [BS]

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