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Ridge Park Cemetery
Marshall, Saline County, Missouri

804 E Yerby Street Marshall, MO 65340

Lat: 39° 06' 48"N, Lon: 93° 10' 30"W

Driving directions from the intersection of I-70 & MO 65 you would drive 10.4 miles taking Business 65 route into Marshall, the street name changes to Odell Street. Travel Odell to 4 way stop. At 4 way stop turn right onto Yerby Street. Yerby Street runs straight into the cemetery.

Established in April 1885. Ben Grove, a noted cemetery & landscape engineer from KY, elegantly laid out the walkways & avenues for the general beautification of the site. Ridge Park Cemetery is now the final resting place for more than 11,000 individuals. The cemetery is very well maintained, and tombstones are in good condition. The cemetery facilitates both regular burials and cremation burials with s a special section dedicated to infant burials.

This is not a complete listing of all of the burials in this cemetery. The records below were provided by contributors to Interment.net. Last edited Jun 12, 2012. Total records = 6.

Contributor's Index:

b. = born
d. = died
s/w = share with

Coyner, Anna Mae, b. 28 May 1909, d. 9 Aug 2008, s/w Stanley Coyner, [SK]
Coyner, Dora Jane, b. 9 Feb 1887, d. 30 Jul 1968, s/w Stanley Floyd Coyner, [SK]
Coyner, George M, b. 1843, d. 1921, s/w Martha R, his wife, [SK]
Coyner, Martha R, b. 1848, d. 1931, s/w George M Coyner, [SK]
Coyner, Stanley Floyd Coyner, b. 12 Dec 1878, d. 26 Jun 1965, s/w Dora Jane Coyner, [SK]
Coyner, Stanley Tilford, b. 17 Mar 1924, d. 31 Aug 1993, Tec 4, US Army, WWII, s/w Anna Mae Coyner, [SK]


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