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  1. Of those listed above, the following 5 graves are found in the Patterson Cemetery on the Cruncleton Farm (Hwy D). Note: I have made a corrections to a few of these entries as indicated on their tombstones.
    * Patterson, Alex d. 9 Dec 1864 63y 1m 24d
    * Patterson, Emma Jane d. Dec 1864 3y 10m d/o J.W. & E.M. Patterson
    * Patterson, Infant d/o W. H. & E. J.
    * Rutledge, Margaret H. 11 Nov 1863 67y 11m 16d w/o Col. Wm.
    * Rutledge, Sarah d. 19 Feb 1864 3m 8d d/o W. & N.J. Rutledge

    This (Hwy D) cemetery also contains graves/grave markers for the following which were not on the initial listing:
    * Beckett, Mary Ann d. 14 Nov 1917 84y 2m 18 d
    * Cruncleton, Thomas b. 16 Aug 1879 d. 31 Aug 1898 s/o Edward E and Nannie K (Nancy Caroline Patterson)
    * Hastings, John N. d. 15 April 1885
    * Moon, Renie – b. 4 May 186? d. 26 Aug 18?? w/o James Moon
    * Morris, Martha C (and infant) d. 9 Mar 1885 39y19d w/o B. ?. Morris
    * Patterson, Nancy b. 25 May 1809 d. 19 Oct 1901 in St. Francois Co 92y 4m 24 d w/o Alexander Patterson

    Mary Ann Beckett and Martha Morris were daughters of Alexander Patterson and Nancy Ann Poe Patterson. Thomas Cruncleton was a grandson (mother – Nancy Caroline Patterson d/o Alexander and Nancy Patterson). I believe “Infant Patterson” and “Emma Jane” were also grandchildren of Alexander and Nancy Ann as the daughters of William H. and John Westley Patterson, respectively.

    Our last trip to this cemetery was a few weeks ago (July 2012). I sure there are probably others from your initial list that are buried there as well, but their grave markers are no longer legible.

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