|Sherry O (#47653184)|
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|CJ||Hunter Family Cemetery|
You're welcome. This cemetery is located on family land that has been held since Andrew Hunter homesteaded it in 1871. The cemetery has always been a curiosity to me. No Hunter's were buried there and the first burial was within a year of Andrew Hunter arriving at Coyville. The cemetery was right next to their barn and a stone's throw from their cabin. Strange to bury people so close to their living area considering he had 160 acres of land. I know the Morgan's traveled with Andrew's brother, James, from Shawnee County, KS to Coyville in 1870ish. (Andrew migrated from Warren County, IN to meet up with his brother in Coyville.) I think James and some Morgans served together in the Civil War. I haven't been able to find any other connections before Shawnee Cty with the Hunter's and Morgans.
If you are aware of any history here I would be grateful. It just seems to me that there must have been a deeper connection between the families to have agreed to have another family's loved ones buried so close to one's home.
Added by CJ on Dec 01, 2013 10:14 AM
|DBS||RE: Stuart Sherman Winings|
A few tips. Watch for your shadow as well as sun glair. Cloud days are best for photos. Where I live we never have a cloud day. Some times the headstone is dirty so I bring water and a brush. Be sure the headstone is readable. Look for headstones of family around the headstone you are looking for. Folks sometimes are not aware of the others. ie wife's name or a child. etc. Have fun! and thanks.
Added by DBS on May 27, 2013 8:50 PM
Glad I could help, Sherry. There was no headstone -- just the marker.
Added by Kathy H on Sep 12, 2012 6:44 PM
|Arthur Allen "Art" Moore III||RE: Wm & Laura (Jay) Pooler|
Your very welcome. If there are any others I can trace down for you within a couple hours drive of Kennewick WA...let me know. I always like a field trip to a cemetery.
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