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The Chariton County Historical Society along with "Jacob's Ladder" Cemetery Restoration Specialists is sponsoring a project called "Adopt a Stone" to help preserve old tombstones in Chariton County cemeteries.  To 'adopt' a stone, one pays for the cost of the restoration completed by David Snyder of "Jacob's Ladder".  Partial adoption payments are also accepted and appreciated. Perhaps your club or organization would be interested in adopting a stone to help preserve a part of Chariton County history.  "Jacob's Ladder" donates 10% of the received payment to the appropriate cemetery.  Please CONTACT US for more information.

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Mary Harriet Guthrie Wills Cash Thu, Nov 01, 2012
Josie B Powell Thu, Nov 01, 2012
Synthia A. Green Huston Thu, Nov 01, 2012
James Dempsey & family Thu, Nov 01, 2012
Edward O Grotz Thu, Nov 01, 2012
Ella Allen Thu, Nov 01, 2012
Joel and Mary E. Taylor Padgett Thu, Nov 01, 2012
Margaret Ann Allen Powell Thu, Nov 01, 2012
Mary & Infant daughter Redding Thu, Nov 01, 2012
Poca Gardner Brooks Tue, Oct 23, 2012

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Find information on graves in our Cemetery Section!

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Donations Welcome!

We are a non-profit 501(c)3 tax-exempt organization.  The operation of the museum, and continued collection and preservation of the historic artifacts relies upon membership dues, financial gifts, fund-raisers, bookstore sales, and grants.  All donations are tax deductible, and are greatly appreciated.  Click below to donate.

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