Anna Morrison and all of her children, except Sarah Morrison Edgmon, left Roane Co, TN, in a wagon train October 8, 1882, and settle in Fulton County, Arkansas, south of Bakersfield, Missouri. Other families in the wagon train were the Henry Smiths, the Caldwells, the Thomas Neills and the Richard Thomas (George) Price family.
Anna Morrison Headstone
This headstone inscription reads as follows:
A footstone engraved with 'A. M.' marks the grave. The 'tiger stripe' marble headstone has many geometric and other decorative designs. Above the work Anna is a large circle. Along each side of the inscription is a decoration which looks like fern leaves in a pot (some sort of flora) and at the top corners are geometric designs. The stone measures x x .
It is located in the back left corner of the cemetery and is the first stone at that end. A few fieldstones mark a grave between Anna's stone and the fence. She is buried beside (to the right of - if facing the stones) Deborah Caldwell.
Anna Morrison Footstone