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From Springfield take Hwy 160 north towards Willard, Missouri, turn right on Hwy AB at Willard and go approx 1/2 mile to a stop sign. Go straight across the road which is then Hwy Z at the railroad tracks. Cross the tracks and continue on Highway Z for approx 5 miles, church and cemetery are on the left.

This is only a partial listing of the graves. These include the family of James Gray Click and his wife, Elizabeth Gorman. James was the son of William Columbus Click and Phoebe Gray of Cocke & Monroe Co. Tennessee. Elizabeth Gorman was the daughter of David H. Gorman and his wife Ruth Long. The tombstones listed here are for those two families.

James Gray Click b 14 July 1837 Cocke Co. Tennessee d 7 Feb 1920 possibly in Florida where some of their children were residing. Elizabeth Gorman b 30 May 1843 Cocke Co Tennessee d 11 Aug 1911 Greene Co. Missouri

Alice Click b 17 Jul 1863 Monroe Co Tenn d 1943 Greene Co Mo was married to Calvin Alexander Denton abt 1886. Phoebe Marie Click b 3 Feb 1870 d 21 Jan 1956 Greene Co Mo never married. Both dau of James G and Elizabeth

James G. Hawkins 9 Aug 1876 Monroe Co. Tenn d 30 May 1928 probably in Kansas City. He was son of John H. Hawkins and Amanda A. Click, also daughter of William Columbus Click and Phoebe Gray. James Hawkins married 27 Dec 1902, his first cousin, Dollie Click b 4 Aug 1875 Greene Co Mo d 19 April 1951 San Francisco, California and she is not buried here as far as I know.

Henry Edgar Click b 9 Sept 1886 d 12 Feb 1942 Greene Co Mo married 31 July 1913 Nellie Ragins b 1895 d 1992. One son Henry, Jr b 1915 d 1930 is also buried here. They had one dtr Deema Claire Click who married a Mr. Woods.

David Gorman has two stones, one is with his wife Ruth Long

son of David and Ruth

son of David and Ruth


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