Auberry Grove-Hays Cemetery

Road WA/ July Avenue
Jamesport, Daviess County, Missouri, 64648 USA
Memorials 17 added (47% photographed)

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Auberry Grove/ Hays/ Hayes Cemetery -
was located on farmland located near the Jameport, Missouri, (Daviess County) City Lake on road RA and/or July Avenue.

Along with my relatives:
On Sunday, June 11, 2012 -
My Mother - Mary June Summers Foster,
My Sister - Tanna Terle Foster Wynne Moschgat Klipp,
My Nephew's wife - Cindy Harley Wynne (Lee Wynne) and
a neighbor close to the cemetery and that oversees
the land that the cemetery is on - Robert Page we
were able to locate my descendant -
Mrs. Sydney (Sidney) Nickell Drummond.

The cemetery is located in a grove of trees
(Auberry Grove Cemetery) and at that time found approximately six above-ground headstones.
Some were readable and others were not.

NOTES: Located 2 Miles N of Jamesport North on Hwy 170 [Hwy 190] 3 1/2 miles [west on county road "RA"] across the road
from the old Vernon Ferguson home.

Driving directions are edited on this date, 6-10-2012. County Road RA was approximately 1 mile north on Hiway 190 out of Jamesport Missouri. After driving west approximately 2.6 miles on County Road RA, the old farmstead of Vernon Ferguson was found.

GPS: 39.996090 -93.858256
Supplied by: Frank Hampton

The land now is owned by Jason Spillman previously of Jamesport, Missouri.

In 2014, Frank Hampton and I re-visited the cemetery.
At that time, we tied yellow plastic ribbon around
several trees outlining the general area and we
inserted small metal rods with yellow flags alongside
each stone that was still visible.

We also visited the Old Hill Cemetery in which both
of our relatives are buried.

It had been stated that Fort Hays was near this cemetery. Others possibly buried here but stones were not found due to the overgrowth of brush.

Exerpt from: History of Daviess County

It was not until 1830, however, that the first white man settled in
what is now Daviess County. This territory had formerly been inhabited
by tribes of Sacs, Foxes, Pottawatomies and Musquakies and it was not
until 1834 that the last Indian camp disappeared. Their last camp was
Auberry Grove, north of the present town of Jamesport. It is said that
hunters and trappers had visited this section of the country as early as
1826 but no homes had been built prior to 1830.

**Hill's Steam Mill 1860:
Reportedly at Aubrey Grove


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GPS Coordinates: 39.99609, -93.85825

  • Added: 12 Jun 2012
  • Find A Grave Cemetery: #2453036