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Chaney Vinson Cemetery
Lake Creek Township, Pettis County, Missouri

Transcribed and Contributed by Laura Paxton, May 2000 [llpaxton@murlin.com]. Total records = 17.

Chaney Vinson Cemetery, Lake Creek Township, Pettis County, Missouri, in Section 9 (Sw Corner Ofnw Of Sw), Township 44N, Range 20W. (When M Turns East To Meet W Continue South Until Road Turns West). South .5 Miles On A Lane Through Susie Westermier Property In 1990. Lone Star Community

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.

Burress, Edgar Lee, d. Aug 19 1869, s/o J.W. & J.A., Age 3Mo 12Da
Chaney, Eliza, b. Feb 1 1813, d. Mar 1 1869, w/o P.J., Age 56Yrs
Courtney, Sarah E., b. Feb 14 1858, d. Jan 2 1887, w/o Charles & d/o A.M. & M.Fenley
Devoll, Richard, b. Jan 12 1795, d. Jan 16 1875
Gallup, Chester, d. Jan 17 1874, s/o E.A. & A., Age 1Yr 4Mo
Gallup, Eunice M., d. Feb 5 1872, d/o E.A. & A, Age 1Mo
Gallup, Fredie, d. Jan 15 1877, s/o E.A. & A., Age 14Yrs
Gallup, S.A., d. Jun 6 1869, Age 50Yrs
Gallup, C. Elmer E., d. Nov 1 1877, s/o E.A. & A., Age 10Yrs
Grant, Ann , d. Jan 11 1870, d/o T.J. & E.A., Age 5Da
Mcclure, Leah , b. Jan 25 1803, d. Jan 23 1886, w/o John
Vinson, Mary E., b. Jan 17 1842, d. July 6 1869, d/o Wm. & Sarah
Vinson, Sarah, b. Jan 8 1813, d. Jan 20 1889, w/o Wm., Age 76Yrs
Walker, Infant, No Dates
Walker, Margaret, b. Oct 17 1829, d. July 26 1890, w/o Frederick, b. Age 60Yrs 9Mo 9Da
Walker, Sarah H., d. Oct 17 1880, Age 17Yrs 2Mo 8Da, d/o Frederick & Mary
Woods, Rudolph J., b. Jun 18 1860, d. Mar 1 1895

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