Cemeteries in Lincoln County, Missouri
Stonebraker Cemetery
Source:  Gone But Not Forgotten, Vol. I, p. 90. 
Census by: 
Mr. & Mrs. Loyd Groshong & Mr. & Mrs. Alvin P. Groshong, October 5, 1975.

Location in GBNF:  Located on the Les. Waggoner Farm (1975) North of Foley, Mo. on the East side of Highway (79) Lincoln Co., Missouri.


Daniel-Died September 9, 1857 Aged-30 Yrs. 11 Mo.



Jacob-Died May 30, 1879 Aged-51 Yrs. 7 Mos. 10 Da.

Luther E.-Son of Jacob & Lenora James Died June 22, 1891 Aged- 15 Yrs. 8 Mo. 27 days

Elburta-Son of J. & L.B. James Died December 20, 1973 Aged-12 days

Archie G.-Son of J. & L.B. James Died May 4, 1876 Aged-4 Yrs. 11 Mo. 28 Da.



Christian-Son of --?-- & M. Nehls Died --?-- 1877

George M.-Son of C. & --?-- Nehls Died August 2, 187--?--

Margaretta-Wife of C. Nehls Died January 18, 1881 Aged-In Her 33rd. Year

--?-- Nehls-Geb. 29, October 1872 Gest. 19, February 1880 (This stone was in German)



Yawcondy-Daughter of G.W. & A. Stonebraker Born December 28, 1854 Died April 6, 1855

Enumerator Notes:  One stone found here had just the inscription (LADY). 

Transcribed and submitted by Kelly Setzer.  Prepared by Patricia SummersSmith. 

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