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Georgetown Cemetery
Cedar Township, Pettis County, Missouri

Contributed by Laura Paxton, May 2000 [llpaxton@murlin.com]. Total records = 26.

Georgetown Cemetery, Cedar Township, Section 16, Township 46N, Range 21W, Pettis County, Missouri, Northeast Of Georgetown, Neglected. Last Burial In 1951. Entrance Through Mittlehauser Lot.

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.

Agee, Emma Ann, w/o Wm., b. 1839
Anderson, Mrs. Pauline, b. Jun 22 1889, d. Jan 6 1944
Clay, Ida Marie, b. 1920, d. 1934
Clay, Louise, b. 1920, d. 1934
Crain, George Wilson, b. In Georgetown, Jul 3 1837, d. Sep 29 1876
Crawbarker, Millie, d. May 27 1952, Age 85Yrs
Dickerson, Archer, d. Jul 8 18__, Age 1Yr 11Mo
Hogan, Edna May, b. Apr 19 1900, d. Dec 28 1929
Mcfeders, ___, b. 1911, d. 1913
Mcfeders, Andrew, b. 1870, d. 1931
Mcfeders, Grant, b. 1873, d. 1943
Mcfeders, Raymond, b. Sep 26 1914, d. Feb 10 1938
Melville, Andrew J., s/o Andrew & R.
Melville, Rachel D., Consort Of Andrew, d. Feb 9 1851
Rector, Jimmie, d. Jul 29 1875, s/o J.E. & M.B., Age 10Mo
Robinson, Rosena, b. 1899, d. 1919
Ross, Minnie, d. Jul 24 1945, Age 85Yrs
Ross, William, b. 1880, d. 1929
Sanders, Daniel E., d. Feb 5 1859, Age 53Yrs 6Mo 8Da
Scott, Mack, b. 1868, d. 1928
Smith, Georgia, Dau Of George & Nannie
Unknown, Redmond, d. Jan 9 1951, Age 68Yrs
Warren Mary Ann, d. May 30 1855, Age 24Yrs 11Mo 18Da, w/o Timothy
Wine, John, d. Apr 1 1884, Age 25Yrs 11Mo 1Da
Zilhart, Mary, d. May 25 1855, Age 23Yrs 2Mo
Zilhart, Nancy, d. Mar 24 1868, Age 73Yrs 1Mo 10Da, w/o J.

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