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Gini (#47531808)
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I grew up in Anthony, Kansas but I do not live there now. If you need a photo in Anthony, I do have family there that can help.
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RE: Infant Kinch
The only record I have is an Excel spreadsheet listing who is in the plots. (It was an archived file from the cemetery dept and has since been removed from the website) I can copy the page for you, however, all it has is the name, cemetery and plot. It lists death date and ages on some of them.
Added by Denise on Apr 30, 2016 8:24 PM
RE: Infant Kinch
Ooops I forgot to add I will be going back there within the week. I can get a better area photo of where that stone is when I'm there. This may be a little nicer than just having that one plain shot. Denise.
Added by Denise on Apr 30, 2016 6:28 PM
RE: Infant Kinch
This is the only headstone on Lot 237. Unfortunately there are no infants names engraved.

The other names on this lot are Infant Sharp, Lot 237-1, Infant Kinch, Lot 237-2, Frank Sellers, Lot 237-3, Minnie Ware, Lot 237-5, Charles Ware, Lot 273-6.

So instead of leaving it with no headstone, since there is one, I put the one on the lot. I did put in the comments that his name is not engraved. It does say in the records that he was stillborn.
Added by Denise on Apr 30, 2016 4:04 PM
RE: Marie Motard
I have deleted the old pictures of the headstone, and took a better picture.
Added by L.C. on May 05, 2015 10:52 AM
RE: Marie Motard
I plan on going to the cemetery to take a better picture. It was raining by the time i found the stone. Hopefully as soon as the weather gets better here,we had so much snow this year, now it's a rainy week. I can delete the old pic and put up a new one hopefully in a few weeks.
Added by L.C. on Apr 20, 2015 10:59 AM
Amanda Trill
RE: Mary Simmons
You are very welcome! :)
Added by Amanda Trill on Jul 23, 2013 9:57 AM
Rick Weaver
RE: Angelo and Lena
You're Welcome! I'm happy to have been able to assist with your Photo Requests.

Best Regards,

Rick Weaver
Added by Rick Weaver on Jul 10, 2013 5:58 AM
Paula Morphew Newsom
RE: J Wilson Photo Request
The cemetery linked to J Wilson is called County Farm Cemetery. It was a poor (alms) house where people who were poor, widowed, sometimes ill went to live. They were asked to help farm the land to provide vegetables and take care of the animals. The cemetery was only discovered a few years ago. Is it possible that J Wilson may be buried somewhere else?
Added by Paula Morphew Newsom on Nov 20, 2012 11:41 AM
Paula Morphew Newsom
J Wilson Photo Request
I recently visited the County Cemetery and photographed all the markers. They are only marked with numbers 1 through 48 and one other stone is for a George Miller with no dates listed on it. Is there any information available as to who is buried beside each number? Also there is a you tube video that mentions that there may be upwards of 400 people buried there and hinting that there may be more than one body below each marker. If you have any more information on which marker to post a photo of, I would be glad to post it for you.
Added by Paula Morphew Newsom on Nov 19, 2012 12:46 PM
RE: Etta (FAG 88446961)
Judging from the dates of your missing child, I think this grave is not your Etta.

The row where she lies is older than that, and the burials I saw along that row dated from the 1850s to 1870s. It is obvious that many of the burials there no longer have markers--they are sunken below the turf, or they have broken, disintegrated, and disappeared. Her grave is unique because of the way it was made, and it is in good shape.

Most of the burials from the say, 1910 time frame are a different style and done with different stone. White marble was still used but nowhere nearly as often. I base my guess that Etta's grave is older more on location--even the corner marker of the plot section has disintegrated. The next plot over has the burial of Enos Harvey--he is now listed in find a grave with his wife. Their 1850's to 1870's era gravestones are in pieces.

The grave is small enough that I believe it is for a child not more than four years old. I have not checked a library for a cemetery list, but I can do that when I get home. I am curious about her, too--but she is of an earlier era, I think.

As to locating a farm cemetery, I am not familiar enough with the area to know where to start. Could she be listed with others on a family stone somewhere, and have been overlooked?
Added by Kocart on Aug 28, 2012 3:18 PM
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