Honorable Mentions

It was apparently common in the 19th century to have names other than the name of the deceased on grave markers. Those so named might have been parents, spouse, siblings, offspring, or perhaps a friend who erected, or probably paid for, the marker. Since those extra names could be helpful to anyone interested in history or ancestry, they are listed alphabetically below. Such names are found on 62 of the markers in this graveyard. To find the exact wording, go to the 2020 Photos or the WPA Alphabetized listing. To see the list of 62 markers, click on Honorable Mentions.

 

 

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