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The following new obituaries have been posted on Clayton Obituaries:
..... from Mary Durr:
1. TERRY SCOTT MEISNER July 12-21, 1968
...... from Judy Bender Moyna:
1. Anton Kramer 1843-1918
surnames: KRAMER, GEHRLEIN, BRADLEY, CAIN
2. Louisa Kramer d. 1910
surnames:GEHRLEIN, KRAMER, SCHMIDT, MEYER, KLEIN
3. Caroline Gerhlein Kramer 1852-1902
4. Fanny (Kramer) Ose 1832-1899
surnames: KRAMER, OSE
5. Carl Kramer 1823-1890
6. Florence Kramer 1889-1889
7. Joseph & Louis Kramer deaths
surnames: KRAMER, GEHRLEIN
8. John Jackson Carpenter 1824-1893
surnames: CARPENTER, MARSHALL
9. William Carpenter died 1899
surnames: CARPENTER, DILL, LINDSAY
10. Ira (Pearl) Boots 1898-1959
surnames: BOOTS, ESSICK, BARNES, CEIRICK, BOHM, DAVIS, BROOKS
11. Augusta A. Boots 1867-1957
surnames: BOOTS, ALITZ, KRAMER, EDWARDS, HOOVER, JENSEN
12. Samuel J. Boots died 1954
surnames: BOOTS, KRAMER, HOOVER, JENSEN, EDWARDS
13. Ora M. Leonard 1877-1949
surnames: LEONARD, GEYER, BOOTS, GRANNIS, HUBBARD
....posted for Pat Sheldon. Please reply to the list if you can help:
I am looking for history of the County Corners Methodist Church which was
located in Cass Twp. Clayton co. near the four county corners. The cemetery
still exists but the church building was sold. I would like to find how
long it existed and what I can about its membership and pastors. There are
many members of my husband's family buried in that cemetery and family
records mention it frequently but without details. I have asked around for a
picture and only drew blanks. I have one news article my mother-in-law
clipped from unknown source sometime around 1950 that says the building was sold and bought by a local Methodist congregation who sold it to a farmer.
My husband and his cousins recall it as the typical of the time box shaped
church with a steeple and windows on the side, perhaps an entry area. They
remember it as a fairly large building. Is there any mention of it in the
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