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Found very old cemetery w/ Hutchings, Battle, Brown names
Posted by: Becky Ousley (ID *****3115) Date: June 22, 2004 at 21:39:20
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We have discovered a very old cemetery in some woods on private property in Caldwell County, MO, in an area south of the old Mormon "Far West" settlement and north of Liberty, MO that could have possibly been part of the Mormon movement. The only stones that we have located so far are as follows:

John Hutchings (old stone has been replaced at some point), 1781 - 1849, wife Elizabeth 1774 - 1854. It says he was a Revolutionary War Soldier (Information on this sight suggests Elizabeth was Elizabeth Linville)

David Hutchings, b. Oct. 31, 1808, d. Feb. 7, 1853 (RLDS sight has David Hutchings married to Rebecca Fulkerson b. Jun 9, 1809 VA, d. Jan 2 1882)

Mahala J., wife of A.F. Hutchings, b. Aug. 4, 1837, d. Mar 25, 1875

Mary M, daughter of J.M. and M.A. Battle, dies Oct. 9, 1862, aged 1 yr 7 mo 10 da

Mary, wife of Thos Brown, dies Nov. 1, 1871, aged 76 yrs & 2 da (RLDS sight has Mary "Battle" married to Thomas Brown on Mar 3, 1839 Clinton Co., MO)

I am not part of this family, but if you want more information, please email me at storytllrr@netscape.net. The cemetery is in very poor condition and marked only by some extremely old hedge trees. I hope this information helps someone.


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