Cemetery: Harris Ridge
Submitter: Martha Woods
Cemetery: Brannum - "also known as" - Batterton and Sappington
Directions: Its the first road south of Rt. 67 and RT. 158/160
junction that runs East. Take this to the end and you will find the
A note, the Brannum cemetary is the same as the Batterton and I have been
told, but not confirmed, that it is the same as the Harviell cemetary.
This shows the cemetary location and its GPS location:
|Baker, John William,
b 25 Dec 1881,
d 25 Jul 1952,
age 71 yrs. 7 mos.
d 4 Mar 1940,
age 51 yr 16 day
Directions: From the intersection of Hwy. 67 and the Arkansas state line : go east 1 mile, then north 1/2 mile, then east 1/4 mile, then south 1/4 mile
Submitter: George Cosby
"Friendship is located along railroad tracks south of 53 Highway, five or six miles south of Poplar Bluff. It's very difficult to get to. You go in on the east side on a gravel road,"
Cooperville: was named after a camp of people. They lived in shanties or whatever they could find to live in while they worked for farmers. They started a cemetery. It's north of Highway 160, two or three miles, just off of FF Highway. I didn't find any stones there."
Morocco is off of AA Highway in a field back of the Morning Star Missionary Baptist Church,"
Cemetery: Liberty Cemetery
Directions: Hwy 67S to Hwy 53 to CR608 all the way until it T's CR611 goes to the right but turn left onto the gravel road about a 1/4 mile you will see the driveway to the Eagles Picnic Pavilion on your right continue past that just a bit and you will see a small grove of trees on your left you are there
Submitter: Becci (Garver) Rollhaus
Directions: Highway 53 to county road 608 to county road 611 turn left 1/4 mile up river on left
Submitter: Hooker, Linda
Submitter: Tom Powers
Submitter: Tom Powers
Cemetery: unknown NAME
Directions: 67N of Poplar Bluff to County Road 401
(North of Black River) turn left, go approx one mile. Cemetery is on the
left approx. 200 yds off the road.
There were some recent graves but we could not find a cemetery name. We
have some records from the cemetery. Will return to transcribe others at
a later time.
Submitter: Pappy Tidwell
Cemetery: Baptist Church
Submitter: Jerry Jones
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