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South Fork Cemetery
Cass County, Missouri

Lat: 38° 32' 26"N, Lon: 94° 30' 37"W
Coldwater Twp Sec 12

This listing submitted by Susan Norine Stice, Juj 08, 2003 [stice0554@aol.com].  Total records = 19.

To reach the cemetery from Drexel, drive east on Rte A for about 5 mi, then left onto Rte O for about 3½ mi. The cemetery will be on your left or the west side of road.

This cemetery is owned and maintained by the South Fork Baptist Church.

I walked and read all existing headstones in this cemetery in the summer of 2002. I continue to seek more information about those which have no markers.

- Susan Norine Stice
Anderson, Chestina, b. 1850, d. 1876, Wife of R.L.
Anderson, Tyra L. H., b. 1870, d. 1890
Carter, Martha V., b. 30 Jun 1881, d. 04 Mar 1905
Clary, J. W., d. 1831
Clary, Sarah Ann, b. 1854, d. 1907, Wife of W.J.
Hollandsworth, Annie, no dates, Wife of John
Hunter, Elsworth, b. 1861, d. 1938
Hunter, Eugene L., b. 06 Nov 1888, d. 11 Jan 1907
Hunter, Sara J., b. 1865, d. 1948
Johnson, Infant, no dates, Child of Austin
Lot, Infant, no dates, Child of Joseph & Luella Patience Abbott Lot
Mathewson, Charles, b. 26 May 1823, d. 20 Nov 1888
Mathewson, L. E., d. 03 Jan 1880, Dau of J.W. & D., Age 65 years, 5 mos., 24 days
Mathewson, Mrs, no dates, Wife of Charles
Scott, Cora B., d. 19 Oct 1874, Dau of R.M. & S.A., Age 1 year, 5 mos. 22 days
Scott, Robert M., d. 11 Dec 1884, Age 57 years, 4 mos., 13 days
Scott, Sarah Amanda, b. 18 Oct 1831, d. 12 Oct 1898
Weddington, Daniel D., b. 02 May 1875, d. 15 May 1876, Son of J. & E.
Whitten, Wayne Russell, b. 1904, d. 1905, Son of C.W. & I.C.
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