John Q Mace

  • Birth 1811 Virginia, USA
  • Death unknown
  • Burial Unknown
  • Memorial ID 31293192

Son of Mary "Polly" and Unknown father. Exact date of death and burial location is unknown. He died about 1890-1892 in either Miller Co, Mo or Linn Creek, Camden Co, MO. In Linn Creek, MO there was a Mace Graveyard. The bodies were moved to Zion Baptist Cemetery also in Linn Creek, so this is possibly where he is buried. His son Thomas Mordica Mace is buried in Zion Cemetery.

Camden, Mo "According to "Gone But Not Forgotten" there is a picture of the Mace Graveyard and the sign in front of this book. This is what it says: Mace Graveyard Est 1820. The Mace family originally buried their family members and colored slaves in this plot of ground. The family members were identified with "Markers." However, the colored slaves only received a sandstone rock as a marker. In 1930, the white people were moved to Zion Cemetery Anderson Hollow, Linn Creek, MO. The colored people, 3 to 6 unidentified, remain buried in this grove (sic). There are six "Sandstones" not of origin to this area-thus the estimate of 3-6 graves. This fence and marker erected in the spring of 1994."


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  • Created by: Carmen Forquer Nyssen
  • Added: 11 Nov 2008
  • Find A Grave Memorial 31293192
  • Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for John Q Mace (1811–unknown), Find A Grave Memorial no. 31293192, ; Maintained by Carmen Forquer Nyssen (contributor 46825072) Unknown.