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Jonathan and Elizabeth (Peery) Peery Family


		Peery-Haislip Cemetery

	[Submitted by Nancy (Hale) Stuart, November 2000]

On west fence line of northeast quarter of Sec 30 Twnsp 50
Range 06 West.  The old Peery log house sat on ridge south
and west of the cemetery, on northwest quarter of section.


		1st Row, on east, south to north

1 native stone

1 undertaker's marker - illegible

1 foot stone, lying loose on ground  initials A.M.


		2nd Row

(TAYLOR, Henry)

(TAYLOR, Eddie Peery, wife of Henry Taylor)

PERRY, Katharine D.  Aug 15, 1830  Feb 25, 1923

YARNELL, Davis,  died Feb 26, 1865, aged 43y 1mo 11d

foot stone J. E. P.
	and a broken stone, bottom still in base with legend:
	died ---  --- 1873? age 29 yrs 24 das

YARNELL, Naney ?  died Dec. 11, 1877  aged 25y 2m 27d



		3rd Row

PEERY, Jonathon  born Sept 6, 1791  died Sept 20, 1844

on same stone:
PEERY, Elizabeth, wife of Jonathon  born Feb 2, 1794  died July 20, 1942

PETTEY, A.M.  died April 7, 1874  aged 71y 7m 22d


		4th Row

MORRIS, Annie, dau of A.M. and L. Harris  died June 10, 1869  aged 3y 10m

HAISLIP, James N., son of S.P. and S.J. Haislip (Shelton Prior?
	and Sarah Jane?) died Dec. 12, 1883  aged 10y 5d

Undertaker's marker - illegible


Not fenced, but grove of trees indicates a large family plot.  May
have been several other graves, among the scattered remaining stones.

George K. Canterbury had a farm west of this cem.  During Civil War,
Union soldiers wounded him, but he escaped and hid in a haystack at
this cem.  His mother surreptitiously brought him food, until she
persuaded him to give himself up because of the infection of his
wound.  He was taken 1st to Wellsville, later sent to a prison camp.

Copied Nov 1, 1978 by Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Canterbury and Mrs. Frederic
Bohl Sr.  Information in parentheses given by the Canterburys.