Mapping the Location

Nearby view of an brick old antebullem home south of here: 2364
Area photos of the cemetery: 2366/2376/2377/2378/2379

MELSON, Mary A. 6 Aug 1817 - 19 May 1885, age: 67 y, 9m.  (stone broken into many pieces and parts are missing) 2373C/2373/2375/footstone M.A.M.: 2372
PHILLIPS, Peter, Sr., 1839 - 1915. 2367/2368
PHILLIPS, (Louisa) "Lucy" E. (Egaltine), 28 Aug 1841 - 10 Jun 1895. w/o Peter Phillips Sr. d/o Andrew Jackson Freeman and Mary Ann Glidewell 2370
PHILLIPS, Charles, Dec 1875 - 10 Sep 1902. (s/o Peter Phillips and Louisa Egaltine Freeman) 2369
PHILLIPS, Lennie, 1875 - 1951. (s/o Peter Phillips Sr. and Louisa Egaltine Freeman; Could this half buried & nearly lost stone belong to Lennie?) 2374/2375
PHILLIPS, Polly, 10 May 1880 - 7 Mar 1894. (d/o Peter Phillips and Louisa Egaltine Freeman) 2371

None of the stones in this cemetery were mounted on their bases. All had fallen and been propped against their base to make them accessible to visitors. The stone of Lennie Phillips is missing.

Visited & photographed 8 Feb 2011 by C Wayne Austin. Initial typing by Faye Bradford. Added to this site 22 Jul 2012 by C. Wayne Austin. Also published in the book Lincoln County Cemeteries, Page 10 by the Tim & Helen Marsh and Ralph Whitesell. Presented on with 7 listings which includes two Freeman listings one of which I think is really Mary A. Melson.

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