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12 October 2012

Withers Cemetery

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Wither-Cemetery---looking-southeast---Haigler-tablet-stone-visible-in-center (click to enlarge)

Grave Information:

Name: Date:
Bagwell, James H Dec 2 1832 - Aug 1 1851
Breeze, Elizabeth Aug 26 1802 - Nov 16 1870
Coy, James Oct 14 1806 - April 28 1876
Eads, Lisa Bell Feb 1 1873 - Nov 16 1875  age 1y 9m 16d  dau of Joseph & Missouri A
Eads, William Oct 15 1881 - Feb 1 1883  son of J & MA
Evans, John D d. Aug 15 1874  age 6m 6d son of GR & Mary F
Fifer, Luth J May 19 1873 - June 6 1877  son of WJ & ME
Haigler, Cyrus R see below
Hedrick, Elvira J d. Jan 11 1851  age 24y 25d  Consort of S
Hedrick, Stephen Oct 15 1819 - Murdered Oct 18 1864  age 45y 3d
Hedrick, William d. Aug 17 1900  age 75y 7m 20d
Hightower, E.N. Jan 22 1877 - May 2 1901  son of C & MM
Parish, Edward d. Nov 15 1875  age 67y 4m 16d
Richards, Geo M d April 28 1874  age 27y 4m 1d
Stephenson, Maranda d. Aug 25 1862  age 7m 5d  dau of IK & M
Withers, Arthur d. July 20 1879  age 79y 3m 20d
Withers, Belizorah A d. Aug 31 1857  age 6m
Withers, Emma H d. Feb 23 1888  age 41y 29d  dau of A & ND
Withers, Purlina d. Nov 6 1879  age 65y  wife of A
Withers, Simon J d. Mar 13 1886

Haigler, Cyrus R Sept 17 1831 - came to Missouri in 1839. Unobtrusive & harmless as a child.  He was murdered by a party of Federal Soldiers without show of cause or pretext on 22 Nov 1864.

 

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