Cemetery, Additional Information
Armstrong Family Cemetery
About .3 miles south of Hwy 90 near Saratoga Springs. This
name assigned because it is name on only surviving adult tombstone.
Abandoned but appears to have been a community cemetery.
East of Tiff City on Hwy 43 to Buffalo Creek Road. Said to
have been destroyed many years ago.
Barnhart - see Mountain Community Cemetery
Barnes, Clifford Family Cemetery
On south side of Cowan Ridge Rd. east of Cyclone and about
.25 miles from east section line. Recently established.
about 1+ miles west of Diamond, MO. on V highway, then ? mile south on the private property of the Browns and actually in their back yard.
Bones - see Ferguson Cemetery
West of Goodman on Rt. B about .5 miles, then north on
Sassafras Lane .5 mile. Grave is east in woods Wad A. Brock served in
the Civil War b. abt 1850 d. unknown h/o Umbrette b. abt 1859
Bone - see Ferguson
South of Mountain about 2 miles on White Oak Rd. Cemetery
is on east side of road, uphill on a drive and out of sight.
No evidence of cemetery now, ref. 1909 Atlas
West side of 59(was 71) about 2 miles south of Pineville.
School of same name also located there. No evidence of either found.
Cedar Point (Schmidt Family)
NW of intersection of Hwys 43 and O. Ref. Walter and Leota
Manning: Connie Faulk
From Tiff City north on County Rd about 2 miles, east
Chapel, Additional Listings
About 1.25 miles south on Hwy 90 on Hwy MM. This is a
recent family cemetery
In SE corner of county. From Jacket, take Jacket Rd east about
1.5 miles. Has been listed as Dent-Moore.
On the north side of Hwy 76 about 1 mile west of Coy Rd. 2
gravestones all that remain.
From McNatt, north on McNatt Rd to Quail Rd about 2.5
miles. Cemetery is at Oak Grove Freewill Baptist Church.
West of Bethpage on Mt.
On the Price Hardy Farm. about 2 miles north of Hwy O on
Hwy 43, then west across field into trees. Previously called Price
Hardy cemetery. Only identifyable graves are those of James C. Price
and his Cherokee wife, Almira Parks Price. He died 1851, she in 1855.
Near former site of Enterprise. There are repeat reports
of an "Indian" cemetery being bulldozed here. Census records show that
Cherokees lived in both Enterprise and Elk MIlls.
This is a private cemetery SE of Sugar Creek Rd.
Powell-Cyclone Area. South on Rt V to Fairview Rd, then on
On Big Sugar Creek Rd about 2 miles west of Cycle on Jack
Bone Farm. Cemetery is in a pasture on south side of road marked by
large tree. Has not been maintained but signs of fence going up. Also
called Bone Cemetery
East of Jacket. Entered through private property.
Frazier-see Mountain Community
Gordan- See Armstrong
On Hwy K .25 mile east of LIttle Sugar Creek. One
remaining stone being preserved
Hart - previously Rinehart
On south side of Anderson between railroad and creek,
south of feed mill
Fron Hwy 59 south of Noel, east on Deer Creed Rd. J. D.
Herron owned 120 acres on 1884 map. Location unknown to present owners.
Buffalo Creek area. Not located
From Hwy B west of Goodman, north on Caler Rd. west across
field to cemetery
On west side of Langley Rd. east of Elk River.
At location of Lone Dove School on road of same name south
of F Hwy. J. R. Nutting says an unidentified grave was there till road
The cemetery is one mile south of Simco on N. Thor Rd. in
woods just north of old Love School.
Powell Cycle area. May be one near Dr. Marr's farm
Near Powell. May be meadows family. On Dept. Natural
East of Hwy EE on HOney Acres subdivision on east ine of
section recently established
On west side of Hwy 59 at Anderson just south of Hwy
59(was 71) intersection. Also called Chandler
Up Mill Creek east of Noel, possibly at site original MIll
Creek Church and Mill or site found on 1909 Atlas in Sec. 29, Twp 21N,
North of Southwest City on east side of State Line Rd just
north side of Cave Springs Branch in woods. From Hwy U just north of
intersection with Flag Springs Rd to east side of power line
righe-of-way. In thick brush and nearly destroyed.
Just east of Mountain on Mountain Rd. then north up Mt.
Pleasant Rd a lane. Listed as Barnhart on exempt property list. Also
called Summey and Fraier. Probably the orginal name was Mountain
On North side of Hwy 76 east of Anderson and west of
intersection with Hwy W
Oak Grove - see Duffield
On hill on south side of Hwy EE about one mile east of
Lanagan on Don O'Brien farm.
About .75 mile from Hwy DD on Shanghai Rd then up a
On big Sugar Creed Rd est of Pineville about 3 miles.
Cemetery is on a hill in a pasture north of road; open to livestock
Price - originall named May Cemetery
Price Hardy - see Elk Mills
- see Hart
About .5 mile east of Hwy 43 on McKee Rd. on east side of
Walker Rd. about 3 miles north of Southwest City, long distroyed
Rocky Comfort, Cheryl Drags original
About 1 mile north of Coy and west on Hodson Way on south
side of road. Graves are located in 2 places, alongside road and on
hillside up a lane.
In a field on east side of Elk River near the former
Rutledge/Elk Springs off of Elk Springs Rd. One gravestone left.
East of Hwy D. just south of Stella off of Tiger Rd.
From Hwy 76 west of Anderson, south on Pump Station Rd.
about 1 mile east of Blackfoot Hollow Rd. about .5 mile to Blackfoot
Hollow Spring. On hillside west of spring.
Sumney - see Mountain Community
NW of the intersection of Pup Station Rd and Blackfoot
Hollow Rd. This is a new family cemetery.
From Pineville, east on Hwy K. Turn left onto Co Rd Sek34. Turn right onto Packett Hollow Rd. north
about a mile. After road turns east, the cemetery is north in field, a
fenced area with trees and shrubs.
From Hwy 90 west of Noel, south on Reagan Hollow Rd. about
.3 mile. On hillside west of road.