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Scott Cemetery
Kearney, Clay County, Missouri

Lat: 39° 16' 16"N, Lon: 94° 15' 14"W

Contributed by Sharon Kroner, May 12, 2007 [sharonmok2@sbcglobal.net]. Total records = 10.

Driving directions from the junction of MO 291 Hwy & (new) MO 210 Hwy, go east 7.4 miles on Hwy 210 to Junction 210 & JJ, turn left (north) on JJ, go 2.3 miles to Ridge Road, turn right (east) go 1.6 miles to Greenwood Road, turn left and the cemetery is on the left.

This is a small family cemetery in a rural setting. Most of the gravestones are in good condition, one was unreadable.

This includes all existing and legible readings from stones and markers from when Wanda Lynn and I visited this cemetery on Apr 28, 2007.

- Sharon Kroner

Frakes, Joseph, d. 2 Jun 1881, Son of W & E Frakes
Frakes, Wm, b. 30 Sep 1852, d. 13 Dec 1888
Scott, Arthur, b. 20 Jul 1869, d. 12 Aug 1901, s/w Ida M.
Scott, C, d. 14 Sep 1873, Age 50y 7m 4d
Scott, Ida M, b. 12 Dec 1873, d. 8 Apr 1903, s/w Arthur
Scott, Janetty, b. 1 May 1836, d. ??, Wife of C. Scott
Scott, John W, d. 20 Sep 1873
Scott, Mary A, b. 10 Sep 1853, d. 10 Feb 1912, Dau of Chas & Janettie
Scott, Richard Carter, b. 15 Feb 1859, d. 7 Jun 1943
Scott, Sycha E, b. 9 Nov 1861, d. 29 Mar 1928

Frakes, ??, no data

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