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Long Clavel Cemetery, Salt River Twp, Pike Co, Missouri, info available.
Posted by: Barry Zbornik (ID *****9787) Date: April 27, 2007 at 17:04:11
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Long-Clavel folder with albums is located in:

Long-Clavel Cemetery
Surnames found: Clavel, Long, Robinson, Williamson, Hostetter

Cem Name: based on burials and land ownership, 2007/bz.

Location: Salt River Twp, Pike Co, Missouri, T55N, R3W, toward the middle of the northern edge of the NE1/4 of Section 24. Off Hwy 79, a mile south of where Co Rd TT goes into Ashburn village, park on the east side of Hwy 79 at the bench of the Salt River bottoms and the steep hills. Walk three-fourth mile east. Size, 55yds x 30+yds, abandoned for decades, fallen limbs and debris, was on the Fredrick Long farm through the time of located burials. Contains unmarked graves in 3 or 4 incomplete rows.
GPS of large granite Clavel marker near the center of Long-Clavel Cem:

N39deg, 32.016min x W091deg, 11.040min, to 18, elev 608.

Burials found at Long-Clavel Cem, April 2007

Clavel, William R., 1833-1875,

Clavel, Mary, his wife, 1830-1911.
Clavel, James W., born Sept 8, 1862, died Nov 25, 1863, Son of Wm. R. & Mary

Clavel, Henry D., (b.Sept 16, 1868), d. Dec 17, 1891, 23y3m1d. Son of Wm. R. & Mary .. Clavel, Sarah Florence, born April 29, 1871, died April 19, 1884. Dau of Wm. R. & Mary.

Williamson, Elizabeth J., 1860-1899 (wife of E.O. Williamson, son was William)

Robinson, Martha J. d. Sept 23, 1875, aged 1m, dau of J. & C.E. Robinson.

Hostetter, Infant, b/d Apr 29, 1877, son of John H. & Rosanna M. Hostetter..

N.J.L. Footstone and base (Long, Nancy J.) Death likely at child birth, March 1877. First wife of Fredrick Long. Fred & 2nd wife Mary J. are buried at nearby Taylor Chapel.

Long, Infant Dau, Born & Died Mar 5, 1877, dau of F. & N. J. Long
Native Limestones numerous locations with unmarked stones.

Last edited: April 27, 2007. Info based on field work and deductions/specualtions from census, maps, etc. or

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