Shriver or Gibbens Cemetery
Union township, Daviess county, Missouri
Location: from Gallatin, take route MM north about two miles. The cemetery may either abut the road on the right (east) side or lie up to 1/2 mile off route MM to the east at this point.
The following transcription of Elmwood cemetery was made by Mrs Herbert Carpenter and Mrs Flora Maye Beeler, and was copied by Mrs Flora Maye Beeler for the Gallatin Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution about 1975. Their printed transcription is put on-line with the permission of the Gallatin Missouri chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution.
Disclaimer: some stones are difficult to read. Moreover, errors invariably creep into any transcription project. Some graves have no markers. Researchers are advised to check the data herein.
Abbreviations and notations:
co: county or military company
d/o: daughter of
h/o: husband of
s/o: son of
sic: thus, that's how it is
w/o: wife of
WWI, WWII: World War I, II
y m d: age at death in years, months, days
? or _ [underline]: uncertain
[text in brackets is not in the source or is an editorial comment]
CALDWELL, John C.
GIBBENS, Albert C.
HUBBARD, Thomas S.
JONES, Marion, s/o &
FORD, Narand J., d/ D. & W. S. Brown
KEY, Charles, s/o J. S. & E.
SHRIVER, N. J., d/o N. Z. & L. J.
VALLANDIGHAM, Elizabeth M., w/o J. W.
Several graves marked with field stones.
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Revision date: Dec 2 2005