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Pointer’s Creek Cemetery-Osage Co., MO

From:  The Cemeteries of Osage County, MO by Sharon Kliethermes

 

 

Pointer’s Creek Cemetery, Osage County, Missouri: 

T43N R8W Section 25

 Take U.S. Hwy 50 east out of Linn, MO  to County road 801 (801 is on the right; 801 is the first road past CC), go 3.1 miles down the gravel road.  You will see a sign on the left of the road next to a stone house.  Go through the gate, close gate and up the hill past the barn.  You might want to ask permission at the house.

This cemetery was inventoried by August Barnhouse of Eldon, Mo.

 

Surname First Born Died Inscription
Beller Nurse 9/27/1895 8/01/1896 Dau of A. & M.
Blair Francis A. 5/22/1818 2/26/1881  
Bogle Julia 1885 1894  
Bogle Freddie 1899 1908  
Brumble John 1838 1882  
Brumble Nancy J. Carnes 1840 1884  
Connor Rev. Elijah O.   8/27/1887 Aged 67 years
Cox Louisa 5/28/1831 8/1/1858 Wife of Henry
Curtit Maurine 3/10/1920 6/15/1920 Dau of Bill & Flossie
David J.C.     Co. B. Osage Co. M.H.G.
Ferguson Matthew H. 4/18/1837 7/18/1915  
Ferguson T.M. 1914 1914 (FDM)
Ferguson Mary 1/30/1898 11/19/1919  
Garnes Kattie 4/221871 5/22/1888 Wife of Frank
Hicks Margaret 2/3/1844 7/11/1866 Wife of B.W.
Hill Hariott N. 6/5/1811 3/1/1904 Wife of L.W.
Hufstedler Jacob 5/1/1851 10/10/1899  
Jett Joe 9/2/1910 11/22/1912  
Jett John M. 1828 2/12/1861  
Jett Albert     Aged 55 years
Johnson James     Co. K. 12 Illinois Cav.
Johnson Alfred     Co. D. 18 Iowa Inf.
Lambeth Julia Ann   4/19/1853 Aged abt. 19 years Wife of Wesley
Lambeth Nancy L.     Dau of J. and A.P.
Lambeth D.M. 7/8/1817 7/6/1877  
Lambeth Nancy 1/20/1815 9/18/1892 Relict of Daniel M.
Lane Thomas Adam 5/91962 7/21/1864 Son of Jasper & Lucy
Lane Bob Lee 10/16/1865 9/12/1869 Son of Jasper & Lucy
Lane Myrtle H. 2/4/1893 2/13/1893 Dau of Dr. John F. & Buena V.
Litter Fanny   Abt 1894 Aged about 20 years
Litter Ley   Abt 1896 Aged about 30 years
Litter Mariah 8/11/1923   Aged about 68 years
Lockwood   1892 1892 Infant dau
Lockwood Alva Nelson 1898 1900  
Lockwood Frankie Lane 1906 1906  
Lockwood Amos Gene 1916 1916  
Miller Charlott M. 1823 1909  
Miller Melissa Ann 9/27/1867 1/19/1910 Dau Samuel & Jane
Miller Emily 6/23/1848 9/5/1848 Dau of John & Lizanna
Miller Sarah Amanda 7/8/1860 2/21/1862 Dau of John & Lizanna
Miller Mary 7/29/1851 10/2/1851 Dau of John & Lizanna
Miller M.J. 7/25/1818 7/20/1881 Wife of Adam
Miller Thomas 7/27/1853   Aged 68 years
Miller Matilda 3/7/1818 1/7/1901 Wife of Jesse
Miller Jesse 7/11/1810 8/2/1888  
Monroe Mary 12/13/1896 12/13/1896 Dau of J.L. & Annie
Monroe Cora Ellen 12/16/1909 9/7/1911 Infant dau of Mack & Sophia
Mosley Grandma —— ——  
Owens Mary E. 1833 1919  
Owens Wm. 1832 1898  
Owens Steve —– —–  
Owens Georgie Lee 4/25/1891 7/7/1893 Dau of W.D. & Anna
Owens Opel Fern 8/29/1909 7/21/1916 Dau of W.D. & Anna
Parham Mary E. 10/14/1877 9/14/1879 Dau of J.L. & E.
Phelps Cecil Paul 7/11/1891 12/25/1892 Son of C.L. & S.J.
Phelps Dorcus 1/7/1830 1/23/1916  
Phelps Marlin M. 3/7/1853 4/14/1886  
Phelps James D. 2/26/1896   Aged about 78 years
Phelps James F. 11/12/1866 8/28/1900  
Phelps J. Marvin 9/25/1898 6/14/1915  
Phillips Opal 12/24/1915 6/7/1919  
Potts Mary E. 4/30/1848 4/18/1916  
Potts Julia 5/4/1804 3/28/1885  
Rand Elizabeth S. 8/26/1809 11/19/1873 Relict of Moses
Rhoads Naomi E. 2/20/1886 7/9/1889 Dau of E. & J.
Rhoads Joel L. 2/19/1879 4/14/1889 Son of E. & J.
Rhoads Owen P. 1815 1875  
Rhoads Rice Bessie May 3/5/1891 8/4/1910  
Rhoads Jennie 12/6/1875 10/22/1912  
Slater Oliver S. 3/8/1850 3/11/1905  
Stratton Henry 3/22/1871 3/23/1871 Son of T.F. & S.E.
Williams N.C. 2/25/1855 7/5/1880 Dau of M.J. & A.
Zevely Lebbeus 8/11/1831 4/14/1873 Born in North Carolina
Zevely Thaddeus 12/16/1832 7/30/1867  
Zevely Ester Ann 4/11/1840 7/7/1867  

 

Mr. Barnhouse also adds this:  “Col. Adam Miller, noted Osage County pioneer, is buried in this cemetery.  His first wife was Martha Jane Morris Miller who died in 1881.  He later married Charlott M. Lockwood.  Col. Miller’s grave is unmarked.  The story is told that on the way to Missouri from Bledsoe County, Tennessee, his daughter died.  Her grave was unmarked and he desired his never to be marked.”

 

*Note:  This researcher visited the cemetery in January, 2009

Additional burials found:

     Baker, William Carl  b. Dec. 17, 1825  d. Sept 11, 1893   same stone  Louisey Jenkins b. Dec. 20, 1821

     Branson, Sarah 1859-1927

Minor changes from older published transcriptions are reflected in the above listing.