Pettis County, Missouri
Contributed by Laura Paxton, Jun 27, 2000 [firstname.lastname@example.org]. Total records = 12.
Majors Cemetery, Pettis County Missouri, Cemetery located in Section 7, Township 47, North Range 20, North of Route J in northern Pettis County on farm owned by John and Mary Ruth Nichols. Remains of old brick church visible
This transcription was originally compiled by J. R. Carter, and subsequently reprinted by the West Central Missouri Genealogical Society in 1997, as "Tombstone Inscriptions of Pettis County, Missouri : Vol 1, 2, and 3". Laura Paxton transcribed this work from these books.Greer, Edwin, d. May 12 1859, 35yrs 5mo 18da
Gregory, Peter, d. Dec 10 1860
Howe, John S., d. Nov 28 1857, 26yrs 3mo 22da, s/o J.H. & A.E
Majors, "Little Maud", b. Jul 8 1861, d. April 6 1862, d/o B.R. & S.
Majors, Elizabeth, d. Jul 21 1778, d. Feb 23 1851, w/o James
Majors, Manda M., Dates not readable
Majors, Sally E., d. Oct 10 1852, d. Nov 2 1866, d/o B.F. & S.
Majors, T.A., b. Nov 14 1814, d. Sep 10 1897
Majors, Wm L., d. May 27 1863, 52yrs 3mo 27da
Raines, Mrs., No stone*
Richardson, Louisa, b. Jul 26 1827, d. Nov 16 1861
Warbritton, Evaline, b. Sep 6 1837, d. Aug 30 1879, w/o Reuben
*Stone missing from cemetery. May be at Heynen Monument Company for repairs. Supposedly a portion of the stone was taken to Heynen by two young black boys and offered for sale. Alvin Heynen recognized the stone and gave them a nominal amount for the stone.
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