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Mint Valley / Mint Valley Cemetery
Posted by: David Ewing (ID *****0082) Date: December 18, 2011 at 11:15:27
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I am researching the family of a John T. Myers that lived in the Prescott area in the late 1800's/early 1900's. John and his wife Nancy lost a child in October of 1915 to a congenital health problem. John and wife Velma lost another child in August of 1933 in a drowning accident. On the 1915 death cert, the Place of burial is written as Mint Valley, Az. On the 1933 death cert, burial is stated as being in the Mint Valley Cemetery. I have been unable to find this cemetery on maps, through searches of cemetery listings for Arizona, etc., though there is an unincorporated populated place named Mint and a Mint Valley Road northwest of Williamson, AZ per USGS maps. Also a Mint Shaft mine north of Wilhoit, AZ. Does anyone know of there is a cemetery associated with either of these places, or if possibly the Mint Valley cemetery is elsewhere and has changed names at some point?

Thank you!

David Ewing


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