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HUNT, W. A., Hunt. June 24, 1873 - May 19, 1926. None knew, thee but to love thee. Our Father. 
 OUR FATHER W. A. HUNT, June 24, 1873, May 19, 1926. None knew, thee but to love thee.

HUNT, Infant son of Mr. & Mrs. W. A. Hunt - April 13, 1906 - April 13, 1906.
 INFANT SON OF MR. & MRS. W. A. HUNT, APRIL 13, 1906 - APRIL 13, 1906. In Heaven.

There were two bases found to which the matching tombstones were gone. [Dorothy Johnson, 1978] These are now gone [CWA 15 Apr 2014)
At first thought it seems a good idea to clear a cemetery by using fire. However that really means these stones will start to crumble in a few years. The severe heat softens the stone and in time causes them to begin to crumble as they react to the heat, cold, wet & dry. So no more burning and also try to keep the brush away from a cemetery so accidental fires do not burn the stones. [CWA 14 Apr 2014]

Listings & Links developed by C. Wayne Austin using photos dated 6 Dec 2012. Added here 15 Apr 2014 by C. Wayne Austin. This cemetery is listed in the book Madison County Cemeteries Vol II, Page 237 by Dorothy Johnson.