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Stafford Cemetery

Additional stones and corrections by Lisa K. Gendron Jan. 2008 & Tim Ogle 2019


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Last NameFirst NameBirthDeathCemeteryNotes
HearstArthur BMay 23 1872Jan 7 1876StaffordSon of F.M. & E.B.; Age: 2 mo
HearstWm Mnone givenFeb 17 1863StaffordAged 63 yrs 9 mo 22 days
HeidbrinkLouis OscarOct 12 1898Jun 3 1976StaffordPVT. U. S. Army, World War II
HeidbrinkLucy MNov 4 1913Jun 5 1988Staffordnee Maness; Beloved Sister and Aunt
LongJames Anone givenMar 29 1857StaffordAged 35 years
LongJames BNov 14 1856Mar 7 1861StaffordSon of J.A. & I. Long
LongMary EFeb 5 1849Sep 10 1852StaffordDaughter of J.A. & I. Long
LongSusan EMar 15 1851?? 7, 1852StaffordDaughter of J.A. & I. Long
ManessAmanda E18761961Stafford
ManessJesse WJan 14 1933Jan 26 2000StaffordA1C US Air Force; Korea, Vietnam
ManessMary CSep 14 1909Oct 29 1913Stafford
ManessWilliam JNov 13 1931Sep 21 1973StaffordMissouri, CPL U. S. Air Force, Korea
O'HarverRebecca AOct 26 1842Apr 19 1915Stafford
O'HarverWm JSep 6 1879Oct 7 1903StaffordA Brother In Fraternal Home Lodge #202, Frumet, Mo.
O'HarverWm HMar 12 1840Feb 23 1888StaffordBelonged to Co. D., 10th Regiment Mo., Cavalry Volunteers
none givenApr 21 1863Stafford Aged 58y 7m 7d;  Broken stone: Probably Wm. Hearst's wife Mary "Polly" Blair Hearst