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WATERS [OR HAVER] CEMETERY

 

By the Tree Climbers of Pattonsburg, Missouri, date unknown

[Bracketed corrections based on Sept 2004 findings by Steve Reid and LaDawn Goddard]

 

 

 

1st row       E.H. Basham b. July 7, 1832 d. Oct 2, 1918

                 Nancy F. his wife b. Sept 30, 1835 d. Jan 10, 1915

 

2nd row      Dugald M. Haver b. July 26, 1856 d. Dec 25, 1905

                 Daniel Martin Haver 1905-1953

                 Daniel J. Haver Feb 17, 1864—Dec 25, 1927 age 63y 10m 8d

                 Emma Standley wife of D.J. Haver May 16, 1866-Nov 1, 1914 age 48y 5m 15d

                 Daniel M. Haver b. Green Co. PA Mar 7, 1835 d. Gentry Co., MO  Oct 26, 1914  age 79y 7m 18d

                 Ethel Dee dau. of D.L. [D.J.] & E.S. Haver d. Nov 9, 1895 age 8y 9m 20d

                 George M. Haver 1832 -1865

                 Emily B. his wife  1834-1913

 

                 These three children all on the same stone:

                 Ralph son of J.H. & L.A. Haver b. Jan 2, 1894? – d. Jan 14, 1894

                 Myrtie dau of J.H. & L.A. Haver b. Mar 3, [Mar 9]1885 – d. Mar 20, 1885

                 James Harlin [Harland] son of J.H. & L.A. Haver b. Nov 20, 1891 d. Feb 13, 1894

                 James H. Haver father 1860-1936

                 Lorana A. Haver mother 1864-1949

 

                 Infant children of Mr and Mrs James Haver

 

3rd row      Butler

                        mother Opal D. 1906-1963

                        son Jack R. 1923-1944

                        father Charles R 1902-1977

                        Jack R. Butler Pvt. 506 Prcht Inf. 101 ABN Div. [add:  WWII] Dec 8 1923  Oct 23, 1944

 

4th row      James O. son of O.G. & M. Williams Oct 4, 1916 d June 13, 1926

                 Oliver G. Williams 1873-1943

                 Mary J. Williams 1876-1938

                

                 Ray C. [possibly Ray G.] son of J.P. & A.M. Williams d. Dec 18, 1894  4m 12d

                

                 Lynne dau. of O.G. & M.J. Williams Dec 19, 1895 – Dec 8, 1917

                

                 Minor:  Theopulus [Theophilus] b. Sept 2, 1824 d. Dec 18, 1886 age 62y 3m 16d

                 Lydia A. Minor July 12, 1845 – Mar 20, 1913 or May 20?

                 Almira D. wife of Isaac Boyer d. Oct 12, 1895 79y 1m 2d [79y 1m 12d]

 

                 Waters:  Davis P. Waters b. Mar 14, 1822 – Jan 8, 1886

                 Gardener Waters b. Nov 15, 1816 [Nov 15, 1818] Dec 5, 1872

                 Margaret E. dau of Gardner and Sarah E. Waters d. Sept 2, 1861 age 1y 29 d

 

5th row      Jesse Peery  Oct 8, 1852 June 5, 1925

 

6th row      David J. Brown May 2, 1854 Sept 5, 1922

                 Susan Brown his wife Nov 12, 1849 d. not placed

 

                 Jesse Ninemires b. Apr 12, 1814  Feb 12, 1881

                 Sarah his wife  July 4,  1816  Aug 17, 1877

 

7th row      Philip C. Brown  d. Jan 6, 1876 age 55y 5m 4d

                 James A. Brown  son of R?C. & A. Brown  July 8, 1863  age 3y 11m 6d

                 Wellington Brown son of R?C. & A. Brown  d. Aug 21, 1868 age unable to read stone

                 One stone Samuel Brown  June 20, 1825  June 13, 1877

                 Missouri A. Brown  Apr 3, 1840  Jan 16,  1918

                 Their children Franklin E. Feb 17, 1870  Sept 28, 1875

                 Wiley  Sept 8, 1874  Dec 8, 1875

                

                 David Brown  Feb 2, 1821[*]  age 52y 6m 20d

 

[*Tombstone not verified, but surely it says d. Feb 7, 1871 for the following reasons:  (1) Daviess County wasn't settled in 1821; (2) a "7" is often confused with a "2" in old-style stones; (3) genealogical researcher L.R. Glover has other evidence of death date as Feb 7, 1871; (4) a separate transcription by the DAR says "David Brown d. 2-7-1871 age 52 yrs. 6 mo. 20 da.".  This DAR transcription was also indexed by Cynthia Robinson and is also found in her index.]

 

 

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