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Abernathy Chapel Cemetery
Bollinger County, Missouri

Lat: 37° 05' 03"N, Lon: 90° 06' 10"W
T28N R9E Sec 19

Submitted by Judy Branson, May 10, 1998 [jlwight@northlink.com].  Total records = 15.

Located in Bollinger County on gravel road #720, about 0.7 miles west of Highway P.

This cemetery was owned and maintained by the Abernathy Chapel, starting in the late 1800s. It gets some care, but there do not appear to be any burials for many years.

I found one fieldstone, probably many other unmarked graves when I walked this cemetery in 1997.

- Judy Branson

Anderson, ?, b. Nov 24, 1835, d. Feb 19, 1902, Co. M2 Reg Tenn Vols Soldier of War of 1862-1864
Baker, Flossie J., b. May 13, 1901, d. Aug 06, 1905, d/o R. T. and D.
Bergmann, W. A., no dates, Co. M 3 US Cav
Clubb, Erminie L., b. Mar 22, 1878, d. Nov 06, 1899
Fields, Cora Ellen, b. Jan 17, 1876, d. Feb 08, 1920
Gency, Mrs, b. Jan 18, 1840, d. Jul 12, 1905 w/o A.
Gobble, Infants, no dates, twin babies, unmarked
Hanner, Delsie, b. 1906, d. 1906, s/w Elise
Hanner, Elise, b. 1906, d. 1906, s/w Delsie
Hanner, Irene, b. 1912, d. 1913
Shell, Bertha A., b. Feb 8, 1883, d. Feb 26, 1910, w/o Noah V.
Stilts, Ader Ann, b. May 15, 1855, d. Jul 25, 1924, w/o Peter
Stilts, Peter, d. Mar 01, 1925, age: 83 years
Wills, Infant, no dates, d/o Earl and Francis (McLeary) Wills, unmarked

Whitener, O. L. , In Memory Of, on stone at foot of the flagpole, buried a mile away in Cox Cemetery)

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