MONROE COUNTY MISSOURI
The Old Clinton (St. Peter's Catholic) Cemetery was approached from this south road from the adjacent village of Jonesburg, or from the east along the Main Street of Clinton (at the bottom right of the picture). The Cemetery sits on top of a north/south ridge overlooking a broad expanse of the Salt River Valley. Today, in 2000, many burials are unmarked, there has been major vandalism to the old stones in the Cemetery. Many stones are piled up in clumps or have been "tossed" into the brush over the years. If by chance you have a relative buried in the Old Clinton Cemetery, and would like a search for the stone on my next visit, send me an email. Most of the remaining stones are the early marble type with inscriptions very hard to impossible to read due to lichen and acid rain erosion. The sister villages of Clinton and Jonesburg and the Cemetery are literally lost in time, as the original lots are still privately owned and have never been plowed by modern agriculture. The government bought up the east end of the Villages and surrounds lands for their Corp of Engineer water impoundment, the Cannon Dam Project, thus much of the River Bottom sits under water long enough to produce a relatively sterile natural environment because of the lack of habitat stability over any length of time. Inside the Village lots, the locals have dumped all types of garbage, furniture, cast-away materials including fencing and metal junk.
The first road into Clinton/Jonesburg from the east was a trail coming down a steep ravine in the upper right hand corner of the above map. It would have likely crossed the Salt River on the mill dam located in the upper right hand corner. The saw/grist mill and later wool carding mill would have been in that area, with the mill field right-center. The road in the lower right corner of the map would have been put used in the latter part of the 1800's and eventually the first steel frame bridge built. The old ford road was then abandoned and the main east entry in the villages displayed on the map.
In the above picture you would be standing in the old mill pond looking to the west. The old river ford and mill dam in back of you. The mill would be to the left and back of you. Main Street Clinton is at the upper left. St. Peter's or Clinton Cemetery is on the ridge straight back from the left side of the river. Due retention of water on the bottom land by the Corp of Engineer's impoundment, this area today, remains relatively biological sterile in terms of a long term natural community, as can been seen by the dead timber and appearance of the banks.
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CLINTON or ST. PETERS CEMETERY
in OLD CLINTON/JONESBURG or NORTHFORK
A bit of History----
Monroe County, Missouri, was organized on January 6, 1831, from Ralls County, and named for James Monroe. Many of the early pioneers to take up land in Monroe County had family origins in the Kentucky area. The county seat is Paris. MONROE County is in the N. E. part of Missouri four counties south of the Iowa boarder and two counties west of the Mississippi River. Monroe County has an area of about 620 square miles. It is intersected by Salt river, and also drained by the Middle fork, South fork, Elk fork, and Long branch, effluents of the first named river, and by Crooked, Otter, and Indian creeks. The surface is undulating, and consists of about 1/3 prairies; the soil is moderately productive. Indian corn, wheat, oats, tobacco, hemp, and pork are the staples. In 1850 the county produced 793,145 bushels of corn; 43,669 of wheat; 130,412 of oats, and 629,412 pounds of tobacco. It contained 25 churches, 1 newspaper office, and 1954 pupils attending public schools. Stone coal abounds in several places; the rocks which underlie the county are limestone and freestone. Many of the streams furnish motive-power for mills. The 1854 population was, 10,541, of whom 8493 were free, and 2048, slaves.
Washington township is in the middle of the northern tier in Monroe County, Missouri and contains about 74 square miles. Its waster advantages were excellent and supply almost every portion of the township. Among the principal streams were the North fork of the Salt River, Brush Creek, Clear Creek and Crooked Creek. About 1/3 of the township is prairie, and somewhat broken along the streams. For farming purposes it is about an average northern Missouri township.
Early settlers in Washington Township were J. M. Dean, Caleb Wood, J. T. Martin, W. A. Saunders. Albert Saunders, William Henniger, W. T. Adams, Preston Adams, Fountain C. Sparks, James T. Hart, Iguatius Coombs, Clifton G. Maupin, David Henniger, T. P. Sharp, Robert Price, James, Cox, Cornelius Edwards, Russell Moss, James Ragland, D. M. Dulaney, Willis Buford, Milton Crutcher, Charles Crutcher, Owen Gerry, Babriel Penn, A. White, John Henniger, Hiram Dooley, Calvin Shearer, Francis Harrison, Angel Gillespie, Gabriel Jones, Edward Shrophshire, Barney Woirland and Jesse White.
Clinton in Monroe County Missouri, has also been called Sumerset Post-Office, and "Little Ireland". It was laid out by George Glenn, Samuel Bryant and S.S. Williams in 1836. They built the first store, mill and blacksmith shops in town. Jacob Kirkland was the pioneer blacksmith. Greenlee Hays and Major William Howell were once merchants in the town. The first church in Washington Township was located at Clinton and was built by the M. E. Church South. There was at one time a flourishing Catholic Church, St. Peter's, located at Clinton, with the St. Peter's or Clinton Cemetery nearby.
Clinton, (formerly Somerset) was/is 12 miles north, northeast of Paris; 6 miles west from Clapper, and 5 miles from Lakenan, Shelby Co., was settled in 1840 and contained 2 potteries. Population, about 230. Clinton was also known as North Fork, and the Catholic Church's name was St. Peter's, only the cemetery remains. Jonesburg, Missouri, was the rival town of Clinton, and divided from Clinton only be a small alley trail to the south. Jonesburg was laid out by Col. Gabriel Jones in 1836. Greenlee Hays opened the first store. James Coombs, Benedict Gough, Blakey and Lasley were early merchants. Jonesburg declined just as Clinton did, with the coming of the railroad ten miles to the north.
By the latter part of the 1850’s the Hannibal and St. Joseph Railroad was in operation from the Mississippi River to the Missouri River. The rails were about ten miles to the north of Clinton and the railroad towns and stops like Shelbina and Hunnewell sprang rapidly into existence leaving Clinton and Jonesburg to decline just as rapidly. By the late 1880’s about all that was left of the ancient and once ambitious little village of Clinton was a blacksmith shop and two potteries. George Leach was the proprietor of one and James Turner the proprietor of the other pottery. There was at one time a flourishing Catholic Church located at Clinton, but like the town became a thing of the past by the turn of the century. Today, the pioneer Cemetery on the northwest edge of what was Clinton, can still be found.
The North Fork Post Office in the late 1800’s was located one mile northwest of Clinton, at the residence of Samuel McDowell, who was postmaster. The first church in Washington Township was the Methodist Church built in Clinton by the families of William Fowler, John Strayer, John Adam Heckart, William Henniger, Henry Ashcraft and a few other members of the M.E. Church South. By the 1870’s the Methodist congregation would build a church a couple of miles east/northeast near Deer Creek, and the Clinton structure would become the Baptist church.
The Christian Church bought Greenlee Hay’s house at an early day and made a church of it. Among the first members of this church were the families of James M. Dean, John and Drury Ragsdale and Robert Nesbit. It can be assumed the Christian Church was discontinued by 1880.
John Couch was one of the first school teachers in Washington township and taught at Deer Creek shool-house. By the 1880’s some of the large farmers to remain in Washington township were C.A. Hamilton, George Gough, Jacob Crow, Thomas Hart, Fountain Sparks, W. T. Adams, James Hawkins and John Hager.
Burials in St. Peters' or Old
Clinton Cemetery, Monroe Co, Missouri
(text data taken from St. Peters' Cemetery GenWebProject, link above)
Surname list: Alligaier, Beavine, Bell, Brown, Buckman, Clark, Combs, Conboy, Coombs, Cummings, David, Dixon, Durbin, Elliot, Ford, Gough, Greenwell, Jarboe, Lanham, Leake, Little, McAtee, Melton, mcGill, Miller, Moore, Powers, Riddle, Ridge, Robey, Saunders, Schofield, Smith, Upton, Winston, Worland, McGill.
1. Alligaier, Charles Lawrence Son of Michael Sebastian & Hattie
(Anderson) Alligaier D. Feb. 21, 1864
"Charley was a good boy"
2. Beavine, Charles Henry Son of Henry & ( ) Bevine From Scott Co., Ky
Did not marry B. Dec. 12, 1799 Rockville, Montgomery Co., MD. D. Jan. 8, 1899
3. Beavine, William Son of Henry & ( ) BeavineD. ( ) Age 69 yrs. 2 mos. 13 days
4. Bell, Mary Alice Daugh. of (Thought to be John A.& Nancy (Eddings) Bell B. Oct. 15, 1843 D. June 27, 1864
5. Bell, Mary Native of Pennsylvania, Daugh. of William & ( ) Pulliam 1st wife of Robert Bell-4 children B. Sept. 14, 1806 D. April 4, 1864 Age 57 yrs. 6 mos. 21 days
6. Bell, Robert Son of Joseph B. & Helen (Thompson) Bell 1st wife was Mary Pulliam 2nd wife was Mary G.(Worland) (Mrs. Robert Combs) B. May 10, 1807 D. Dec. 7, 1875
7. Bell, Robert Son of (Tom) John Thomas & Mary Alice (Eddings) Bell B & D June 27, 1864 Thought to be buried with his mother.
8. Brown, Mary Ellen Daugh. of Maurice & Mary Ann ( )Brown D. Sept. 3, 1855 Age 10 mos. 25 days
9. Buckman, Mary Agnes Daugh. of (Frank) Francie E. & Mary A. (Combs) Buckman B. Sept. 19, 1877 D. Jan 25, 1881 Name also on family tombstone in St. Mary's Cemetery, Shelbina
10. Buckman, Robert Son of Douglas & Ella (Greenwell) Buckman B&D Sept. 9, 1882 (On stone) 1880 (In family record)
11. Clark, Nimie Daugh. of T. & Sallie ( ) Clark D. Aug. 17, 1865 Age 1 yr. 9 mos.
12. Combs, Alonza Son of James & Mary Teresa (Worland) Combs D. March 19,
1857 Age 2 yrs. 5 mos. 2 days
13. Combs, Emily M. Daugh of James & Mary Teresa(Worland)Combs D. Jan. 29, 1856 Age 9 yrs. 27 days
14. Combs, James Son of 1st James Combs to come to Ky. from Md.&( )Combs of Ky. 8 children. 2nd wife - (Gabie) Ann Gabriella Worland (Mrs. Albert Bowling) Gabie was the daugh. of Barnaby & Catherine (Deering) Worland 2 children The two wives were half sisters B. Sept. 17, 1813 D. Oct. 7, 1873 Age 60 yrs. 21 days
15. Combs, Mary Teresa Daugh. of Barnaby & Teresa (Hardy) Worland - 8 children
1st wife of James Combs B. Dec. 19, 1813 D. Jan 8, 1867 Age 53 yrs. 20 days
16. Conboy, Bridget E. Daugh. of ( ) & Ann (Quinn) Ford, from Ireland
Wife of Thomas Conboy B. June 25, 1854 D. April 22, 1898
17. Conboy, Bridget Daugh. of Thomas & Bridget (Ford) Conboy B. Sept. 21, 1869 D. Dec. 25, 1871
18. Conboy, Catherine Daugh. of Thomas & Bridget (Ford) Conboy B. Dec. 26, 1859 D. June 26, 1878
19. Conboy, Thomas Wife was Bridget E. Ford B. 1829 D. June 4, 1877
20. Coombs, Charles W. Wife was Malinda ( ) D. Jan 13, 1882 Age 47 yrs. 10 mos. 11 days
21. Coombs, Ignatius D. Feb 20, 1880 Age 77 yrs.
22. Coombs, Malinda Wife of Charles W. Coombs
23. Cummings, Anna A.Wife of Richard Cummings D. July 3, 1856 Age 68 yrs.
24. Davis, Harriet G. Wife of D. H. Davis D. Feb. 1, 1854 Age 18 yrs. 2 mos. 2 days
25. Dixon, John T. Wife was Sarah Catherine Worland - 3 children B. June 16, 1831 D. March 20, 1863 Age 31 yrs. 9 mos. 4 days
26. Dixon, John T. II Son of John T. & Sarah Catherine (Worland) Dixon B. April 7, 1863 D. Feb. 7, 1864 Age 10 months
27. Dixon, Kate Daugh. of John T. & Sarah Catherine ( Worland) Dixon B. March 25, 1859 D. Mary 25, 1862
28. Dixon, Sarah Catherine Daugh. of Barnaby & Catherine (Deering) Worland Wife of John T. Dixon B. May 24, 1834 D. March 6, 1866
29. Dixon, Thomas W. (Infant) Son of John T. & Catherine (Worland) Dixon D. May 29, 1862 Age 11 mos. 24 days All of this Dixon family died of Tuberculosis.
30. Durbin, Elias Wife was Sarah Wapson D. May 2, 1869 Age 59 yrs. 6 mos. 4 days
31. Elliott, Eugene Son of Dr. John C. & Barniellen (Worland) Elliott B. Dec. 2, 1861 D. Aug. 9, 1862
32. Elliott, Dr. John C. 1st wife was Mary C. ( ) 2nd wife was Barniellen Worland B. Feb. 8, 1830 D. Sept 25, 1865
33. Elliott, John E. Son of Dr. John C. & Barniellen (Worland) Elliott B & D Sept 26, 1860
34. Elliott, Mary C. 1st wife of Dr. John C. Elliott Died May 6, 1857 Age 21 yrs. 5 mos. 19 days
35. Elliott, Minnie Daugh. of Dr. John C. & Barniellen (Worland) Elliott D. Jan. 28, 1864 Age 6 mos. 17 days
36. Ford, John Born in Mayo Co., Ireland, Not related to other Fords buried here. D. March 2, About 55 yrs. of age
37. Ford, John Son of John & Winifred (Byrne) Ford B. Sept 10, 1865D. Aug. 11, 1883 Age 17 yrs. 11 mos. 1 day
38. Ford, Leonard Son of John & Winifred (Byrne) Ford B. April 8, 1880 D. Aug 15, 1883 Age 3 yrs. 4 mos. 7 days
39. Ford, Thomas Son of John & Winifred (Byrne) Ford B. Sept 25, 1872 D. Nov. 28, 1874 Age 2 yrs. 2 mos. 3 days
40. Ford, William (Twin) Son of John & Winifred (Byrne) Ford B. April 19, 1878 D. Aug 1, 1879
41. Ford, Winifred (Twin) Daugh. of John & Winifred (Byrne) Ford B. April 19, 1878 D. Aug 1, 1879 The twins were the brother & sister of Dan & Kate Ford.
James Henry Gough, '49'er, father of burials in St. Peter's or Old Clinton Cemetery
42. Gough, Ann R. Daugh of James & ( ) Combs, of Scott Co., Ky. James was the 1st James Combs to come to Ky. from Md. 1st wife of Benedict Joseph Gough - 4 children
43. Gough, Benedict Joseph Son of John B. & Sarah ( )Gough of Ky. 1st wife - Ann R. Combs 2nd wife - Winifred Kendrick - 1 child B. Nov. 11, 1815 D. March 22, 1956 Age 40 yrs. 4 mos. 11 days
44. Gough, Cordelia Cecelia Daugh. of Thomas & ( ) Jenkins of Scott Co., Ky. 1st wife of James Henry Gough - 8 children D. Oct. 2, 1864 Age 51 yrs. 4 mos. 24 days
45. Gough, Daniel Ignatius Son of James Henry & (2nd wife) Winifred (Kendrick) Gough D. March 13, 1869
Age 1 mo. 24 days
46. Gough, George L. Son of George Beavin & Mary (Combs) Gough - 2nd wife D. Sept. 8, 1846 Age 1 yr. 3 mos. 16 days
47. Gough, George Luella Son of James Henry & Cordelia (Jenkins) Gough . Sept. 9, 1845 Age 4 yrs. 3 mos. 23 days
48. Gough, George W. Son of George Beavin & Mary (Combs) Gough - 2nd wife D. Sept. 9, 1846
49. Gough, James R. D. May 3, 1842 Age 30 yrs. 10 days Thought to be son of John R. & Sarah ( ) Gough
50. Gough, Leta (Twin) Daugh. of George Beavin & Ann E. (Combs) Gough - 3rd wife B. Jan 4, 1869
D. Jan 5, 186
51. Gough, Lucy (Twin) Daugh of George Beavin & Ann E.(Combs) Gough - 3rd wife B. Jan 4, 1869 D. Jan 5, 1869 52. Gough, Marcellus T. Son of James Henry & Cordelia C. (Jenkins) Gough B. Oct 14, 1846 D. July 2, 1855 Age 8 yrs. 8 mos. 19 days
53. Gough, Mary C. Daugh. of 1st James to come to Ky. from Md. & ( ) Combs 2nd wife of George Beavin Gough
D. Feb 3, 1855 Age 31 yrs. 2 mos. 22 days
54. Gough, Mary G. Daugh. of James Henry & Cordelia ( Jenkins) Gough D. Dec. 25, 1857 Age 4 yrs. 2mos. 13 days
55. Gough, Sarah A. Wife of John B. Gough B. March 25, 1777 D. April 29, 1864 Age 87 yrs. 1 mo. 4 days
56. Gough, Teresa Daugh. of Benedict Joseph & Ann R. (Combs) Gough B.Oct. 19, 1837 D. Sept. 19, 1841 Age 3 yrs. 11 mos.
George Beavin Gough, '49'er, father of a number of burials in St. Peter's or Old Clinton Cemetery.
57. Greenwell, Augusta Mills Son of Bennett & Alouise (Gough) Greenwell Wife was Louisa M. Twyman - 7 children D. July 3, 1875 Age 71 yrs. 11 mos. 7 days
58. Greenwell, Louisa M. Daugh. of James & Teresa ( ) Twyman Wife of Augusta Mills Greenwell - 7 children
D. Dec. 1, 1865
59. Hamilton, Annie May Daugh. of (Jim & Lee) James Alexander & Cecelia T. (Worland) Hamilton B. July 13, 1881 D. May 10, 1883 Name also on tombstone St.Mary's Cemetery, Shelbina, Mo.
60. Jarboe, John Thomas III Born near Lebanon, Ky. Son of John Thomas II & Martina (Thomas) Jarboe 1st wife was Cecelia Worland - 1 child died in infancy 2nd wife was Susanna Bell - 9 children D. March 25, 1901 Age 74 yrs. 2 mos. 27 days Died Suddenly.
61. Jarboe, Mary Roberta Daugh. of John Thomas III & Susanna (Bell) Jarboe Thought to be buried in cemetery. B. Dec. 26, 1858 D. June 9, 1864
62. Jarboe, Minnie May Daugh. of John T. III & Susanna (Bell) Jarboe Thought to be buried in cemetery. B. May 24, 1868 D. July 24, 1869
63. Jarboe, Susanna Daugh. of Robert & Mary (Pulliam) Bell 2nd wife of John T. Jarboe III - 9 children B. May 27, 1832 D. June 7, 1874
64. Jarboe, William Bernard Son of John T. III & Susanna (Bell) Jarboe Thought to be buried in the cemetery. B. Jan. 4, 1857 D. Aug. 26, 1865
65. Lanham, James E. Son of (Thought to be)Thomas & 1st wife -Mrs.(Rainey ) 2nd wife - Margaret Eleanor (Hamilton) Lanham Wife was Jennie C. Winston - 3 children B. Jan 11, 1840 D. April 7, 1912
66. Lanham, Jennie C. Daugh. of John A. & Mary Jane (Robey) Winston Wife of James E. Lanham - 3 children B. Jan 5, 1853 D. March 27, 1885 Age 32 yrs. 2 mos. 22 days
67. Lanham, John T. Son of James & Jennie C.(Winston) Lanham D. Sept. 9, 1876 Age 1 yr. 10 mos. 7 days
68. Lanham, Margaret Eleanor (Hamilton-Rainey) Daugh. of Leonard & Mary Ann (Beavin) Hamilton 1st wife of (P.) Rainey 2nd wife of Thomas Lanham - 1 child B. Nov. 5, 1827 - Baptized July 4, 1829 Mary Church, Calvary, Ky. D. Oct 14, 1879 Age 51 yrs. 11 mos. 9 days
69. Lanham, Thomas Wife was Margaret Eleanor (Hamilton-Rainey) D. Nov. 5, 1863 Age 60 yrs.
70. Leake, Norah M. Daugh. of Dr. Rafael C. & Theresa E. (Greenwell) Leake B. Nov. 6, 1860 D. Sept. 11, 1862
71. Little, Verlinda Ann Wife of Henry Little B. May 30, 1816 D. Feb. 17, 1867
72. McAtee, John E. D. June 4, 1862 Age 33 years.
73. McAtee, Mary E. D. April 25, 1863
74. McAtee, Susan Daugh. of Henry & ( )Beavin, of Scott Co., Ky. 1st husband-Ignatius Gough of Scott Co.,Ky. Married 1812-6 children B. July 13, 1793 D. May 6, 1864 Age 70 yrs. 9 mos. 23 days
75. Melton, Elisa Daugh. of Leonard, Jr. & Mary Ann (Beavin) Hamilton 1st wife of (Jack) John Melton - no children B. Aug. 10, 1817 D. April 7, 1870 Age 52 yrs. 7 mos 27 days
76. Melton, Francie II Son of Francie I & Sarah A.( ) Melton D. Oct. 19, 1878 Age 7 yrs. 15 days
77. Melton, Sarah A. Wife of Francie Melton I
78. McGill, Joseph D. Sept. 11, 1859 Age 62 yrs.
79. Miller, Ernestine Daugh. of Hiram & Barniellen (Worland) Miller B. March 22, 1872 D. June 7, 1873
80. Moore, Eugene Son of James C. & M. Caroline (McAtee) Moore Had a twin sister who lived. B. Aug 5, 1854 - Baptized Aug. 17, 1854 D. Aug. 22, 1855 Age 1 yr. 17 days
81. Powers, Infant - still born Child of John David & Martha M. (Smith) Powers
82. Powers, Infant - still born 2nd child of John David & Martha M. (Smith) Powers
83. Powers, (Jack) John David Wife was Martha Mildred Smith B. Aug. 18, 1862 D. Feb 14, 1953
84. Powers, Martha Mildred Daugh. of James & Elisa (Powers) Smith Wife of (Jack) John David Powers B. Aug. 18, 1869 D. Sept. 17, 1915
85. Riddle, Christopher Son of J. & L. ( ) Riddle B. Sept. 17, 1875 D. Sept. 18, 1875
86. Ridge, Juliana Elizabeth Also called Anna - 1911 Shelby Co. History Book in Ky. Wife of William Ridge, Married in Ky. - 6 children D. Feb. 11, 1860 Age 51 yrs. 2 mos. 4 days
87. Ridge, Martin A. Son of (Bill) Wm. & Juliana Elizabeth (Robey) Ridge D. Sept 4, 1853 Age 4 yrs. 9 mos. 24 days 88. Ridge, Mary C. Daugh. of (Bill) Wm. & Juliana E. (Robey) Ridge D. Aug. 9, 1855 Age 3 mos. 11 days
89. Ridge, William Son of James & ( ) Ridge of Ky. See Shelby Co. History Page 233, 1911 Edition Wife was Juliana E. Robey - 6 children B. July 7, 1814 in Ky. D. March 16, 1877 Age 62 yrs. 8 mos. 8 days in Shelbina, Mo.
90. Robey, Alonza Lee Son of William and Alice (Abell) Robey B. July 20, 1884
91. Robey, Anna Eula Daugh. of James Richard & Lucy Ann (Mounce) Robey D. June 10, 1897 Age 19 yrs. 3 mos. 3 days
92. Robey, Bessie Mary A. Daugh. of James Richard & Lucy Ann (Mounce) Robey D. Nov 25, 1890 Age 24 yrs. 7 mos. 9 days
93. Robey, Ellen Martha Daugh. of ( ) & ( ) Beall Wife of Joseph Martin Robey D. Feb 2, 1879 Age 65 yrs. 2 mos. 19 days
94. Robey, Emma Clerassy Daugh. of Marcellus & Harriet (Hamilton) Agell 1st wife of William A. Robey D. Aug 7, 1879 Age 26 yrs. 1 mo. 14 days
95. Robey, George W. Son of Joseph Martin & Ellen Martha (Beall) Robey D. March 23, 1863 20 yrs. Old
96. Robey, Harriet Daugh of Joseph Martin & Ellen Martha ( Beall) Robey D. Feb 27, 1836 1 yr. Old
97. Robey, James Richard Son of William & Alice (Abell)Robey
98. Robey, James Richard Son of Joseph Martin & Ellen Martha (Beall) Robey Wife was Lucy Ann Mounce D. April 22, 1906 Age 66 yrs. 8 mos. 24 day
99. Robey, James Richard Jr. Son of James Richard & Lucy Ann (Mounce) Robey D. Feb 24, 1884 Age 1 yr. 2 mos.
100. Robey, Joseph Martin Wife was Ellen Martha Beall D. Sept 5, 1850 Age 37 yrs.
101. Robey, Leonard Richard Son of Wm. A. & Clerassy Emma (Abell) Robey B. Dec 29, 1877 D. May 9, 1880 Age 2 yrs. 4 mos. 10 days
102. Robey, Lucy Ann Daugh of Samuel & Elizabeth (Bryant) Mounce Wife of James Richard Robey Sr. B. Jan 10, 1842 D. Aug. 2, 1923
104. Robey, Lucy M. Daugh. of James Richard & Lucy Ann (Mounce) Robey B. & D. April 2, 1871 104.Robey, Nellie A. Daugh. of James Richard & Lucy Ann (Mounce) Robey D. Aug. 26, 1890 Age 14 yrs. 8 mos. 4 days
105. Robey, Robert L. Son of James Richard & Lucy Ann (Mounce) Robey B. May 2, 1886\ D. June 22, 1910
106. Robey, William Andrew Son of Joseph Martin & Ellen Martha (Beall) Robey 1st wife-Clarassy Emma Abell 2nd wife-Mary Alice Abell- The wives were sisters B. March 20, 1845 D. Dec. 12, 1887
107. Root, Nora R. Daugh. Of H. D. & F. G. ( ) Root D. Nov. 12, 1881 Age 10 mos. 2 days
108. Saunders, (Rice) Albert Brice Son of Lewis & Susan Rebecca (Gough) Saunders Wife was Mary L. Worland B. Dec. 12, 1848 D. May 23, 1874 His gun discharged accidently, while he was on the planter.
109. Saunders, Georgia Ann Daugh. of Lewis & Susan Rebecca (Gough) Saunders Wife of Wm. Henry Saunders - 6 children B. May 14, 1841 D. Dec. 16, 1875 Age 34 yrs. 7 mos. 2 days
110. Saunders, Leta (Twin) Daugh. of Wm. Henry & Georgia Ann (Saunders) Saunders B. Oct.3, 1874 D. Oct. 17, 1874 Age 14 days
111. Saunders, Lewis Son of Henry & Nancy (Saunders)Saunders Wife was Susan Rebecca (Gough, Married Feb. 8, 1838 - 9children D. July 7, 1867 53 yrs. Old
112. Saunders, Lora (Twin) Daugh. of Wm. Henry & Georgia Ann (Saunders) Saunders B. Oct. 3, 1874 D. Oct. 26, 1874 Age 23 days.
113. Saunders, Mary L. Daugh. of John Henry & Elizabeth (Greenwell) Worland Wife of (Rice) Albert Brice Saunders - 1 child D. April 30, 1879 Age 31 yrs. 6 mos. 7 days
114. Saunders, Susan Rebecca Daugh. of Ignatius & Susan (Bevins) Gough Wife of Lewis Saunders, Married Feb. 8, 1838 - 9 children B. Sept 2, 1818 D. Nov. 2, 1877
115. Saunders, William Clyde Son of Wm. Henry & Georgia Ann (Saunders) Saunders D. Sept. 6, 1873 Age 1 yr. 18 days
116. Schofield, Agnes Daugh. of James & Teresa (Worland) Combs Wife of James E. Schofield D. April 24, 1872 Age 23 yrs. 4 mos. 24 days
117. Smith, (Frank) Francis O. Son of George W. & Verlinda C. (Worland) Smith 1st wife was Harriett K. Regan, Married 1883 D. 1893- No children 2nd wife was Mrs. Mattie A.Taylor-1st husband W. McGraw-no children B. June 29, 1844 D. Nov. 12, 1921 In some family records there is: Joseph Francis Smith Son of George W. & Verlinda C. (Worland) Smith B. July 7, 1861 D. Oct 27, 1868 Buried in "Old Clinton" Cemetery Do not know if there were two by the same name, dies same day, or if the inscription on the tombstone is correct or the family record is right
118. Smith, Joseph F. Son of Wm. Barnaby & Martha Elizabeth (Leake) Smith B. July 27, 1868 D. Oct. 27, 1869 119. Smith, Martha Elizabeth (Leake) Wife of Wm. Barnaby Smith. Married Oct. 29, 1862 B. Oct. 6, 1841 D. Sept. 9, 1915
120. Smith, Nettie K. Daugh. of William & Martha Elizabeth (Leake) Smith B. Nov. 24, 1877 D. March 5, 1919
121. Smith, Verlinda C. Daugh. of Barnaby & Teresa (Hardy) Worland Wife of George W. Smith, Married Oc. 7, 1834 B. Jan 5, 1816 D. June 23, 1875 Age 59 yrs. 5 mos. 18 days
122. Smith, William Barnaby (Barney) Son of George W. & Verlinda C.(Worland) Smith Wife was Martha Elizabeth Leake B. Jan 25, 1836 D. May 16, 1923
123. Smith, John A. Wife was Mary Jane RobeyHad 4 children
124. Upton, Eugenia O. Daugh. of Lewis & Susan Rebecca (Gough) Saunders Wife of John L. Upton B. Nov. 28, 1853 D. Aug. 15, 1876
125. Winston, John A. Wife was Mary Jane Robey - Had 6 children
126. Winston, Lillian Ora Daugh. of Wm. O. & Mary E. (Flechsenjer) Winston B. Jan. 16, 1887 D. Aug. 9, 1887
127. Winston, Mary Jane Wife of John A. Winston, Had 6 children D. at age of 45 yrs. 9 mos. 10 days
128. Worland, Ann Eleanor Daugh. of James Guy & Sarah (Combs) Worland D. Aug 10, 1854 Age 6 yrs. 14 days
129. Worland, Charles H. Son of Jerone & Caroline Isabella (Saunders) Worland D. May 22, 1881Age 2 mos. 130. Worland, Eleanor Daugh of James Guy & Sarah (Combs) Worland D. Oct. 28, 1849 Age 2 yrs. 4 mos. 13 days
131. Worland, Elizabeth Ann Daugh of Augusta Mills & Louisa M. (Twyman) Greenwell Wife of John Henry Worland B. April 6, 1824 D. April 30, 1868 Name is also on tombstone in St.Mary's Cemetery, Shelbina, Mo.
132. Worland, Georgia Ann Daugh. of Jerome & Carolina Isabella (Saunders) Worland D. March 9, 1876
Age 10 mos. 10 days
133. Worland, Caroline Isabella Daugh. of Lewis & Susan Rebecca (Gough) Saunders 1st wife of Jerone Worland, Married Nov. 22, 1870 - 5 children B. May 4, 1846 D. July 1, 1882 - Died of consumption.
134. Worland, Lewis H. Son of Jerome & Caroline Isabella (Saunders) Worland D. March 7, 1875 Age 9 mos.
***McGill, Thomas According to the records of David C. Bryan (Grandson of Joseph McGill) Joseph McGills' father was buried at Old Clinton Cemetery D. Nov. 2, 1859 Age nearly 100 yrs. old
***McGill, Sarah And also Joseph McGills' wife was buried there. B. Dec. 31, 1801 D. Aug. 16, 1879
Clinton or North Fork Cemetery Burials, a 1968 listing.
This is a second listing of burials compiled by Miss Pauline Bryan
and Miss Annie Smithey in August of 1968. There are differences from the
above list so you will have to make individual interpretations.
Information supplied to this site in 2k2 by Lisa Perry, Monroe County Gen Web Site Coordinator.
1. Bell, Mary Wife of Robert Bell D. April 4, 1864 Aged 57 yrs 21
2. Bell, Robert B. May 10, 1867 D. Dec 7, 1875
3. Broughton, Ann S. Wife of W.C. Broughton D. Jan 3, 1881 Aged 55 yrs 8 mos 11das
4. Brown, Mary Ellen Dau of Marvin and Mary Brown D. Sep 3, 1855 Aged 10 mos 2 das
5. Buckman, Robert Son of Duane & Ellen Buckman B. & D. Sep 9, 1882
6. Conroy, Bridget Dau of T.B. & B.(E). Conroy B. Sep 2, 1869 D. Dec 25, 1871
7. Conroy, Bridget E. Mother B. Jun 25, 1834 D. Apr 22, 1895
8. Conroy, Catherine Dau of T.B. & B.(E.) Conroy B. Dec 26, 1855 D. Jun 26, 1875
9. Conroy, Thomas Father B. 1829 D. June 6, 1877
10. Coombes, Charles D. Jan 13, 1882 Aged 47 yrs 10 mos das
11. Coombes, Malinda Wife of Ignatius Coombes D. Feb 20, 1880 Aged 77 yrs
12. Dixon, John T. D. Mar 30, 1863 Aged 31 yrs 9 mos 4 das
13. Elliott, John B. Son of J.C. & M.B. Elliott B & D Sep 26, 1860
14. Elliott, John C. Son of J.C. & M.B. Elliott D. Sep 25, 1865 Aged 3 yrs 7 mos 17 das
15. Elliott, Mary C. Wife of Dr. J.C. Elliott B. D. May 6, 1857 Aged 21 yrs 5 mos 14 das
16. Elliott, Minnie Dau of J.C. & M.B. Elliott D. Jan 28, 1864 Aged 6 mos 17 das
17. Gough, Benedict J. D. Mar 27, 1850 Aged 40 yrs 4 mos 14 das
18. Gough, Cordelia C. Wife of Jas. R. Gough D. Mar 2, 1864 Aged 51 yrs 5 mos 24 das
19. Gough, Daniel H. Son of Jas. M. & W.J. Gough D. Mar 13, 1869 Aged 4 mos 4 das
20. Gough, George Son of G.B. & M. Gough D. Sep 8, 1846 Aged 1 yr 3 mos 16 das
21. Gough, George L. Son of J.B. & B.C. Gough. Sep 9, 1845 Aged 4 yrs 3 mos 23 das
22. Gough, James R. D. May 12, 1842 Aged 30 yrs
23. Gough, Leta & Lucy Children of R. & A.E. Gough B. Jan 4, 1869 D. Jan 5, 1869
24. Gough, Marcellus Son of J.H. & C.G. Gough D. Jul 2, 1855 Aged 8 yrs 8 mos 18 das
25. Gough, Mary Wife of J.B. Gough D. Feb 15, 1855 Aged 31 yrs
26. Gough, Mary C. Dau of J.G. & C.C. Gough D. Dec 25, 1857 Aged 1 yr 1 mo 2 das
27. Gough, Sarah A.B. Mar 25, 1777 D. Apr 29, 1864 Aged 87 yrs 1 mo 4 das
28. Jarboe, John H. D. Mar 5, 1901 Aged 74 yrs 2 mos 22 das
29. Lanham, James E. B. Jan 4, 1840 D. Apr 7, 1912 Aged 72 yrs 2 mos 28 das
30. Lanham, Jannie G. B. Jan 5, 1853 D. Mar 27, 1885 Age 32 yrs 2 mos 22 das
31. Lanham, Thomas D. Nov 5, 1863 Age 60 yrs
32. Leake, Norah M. Dau of R.C. & T.E. Leake B. Nov 6, 1860 D. Sep 11, 186?
33. Lupton, Eugenia O. Wife of J.L. Lupton B. Nov 28, 1853 D. Aug 15, 1876
34. McAtee, Joan Wife of (Unk) McAtee D. May 6, 1864 ?? yrs 9 mos 2 das
35. McGill, Joseph Son of Thomas McGill D. Sep 13, 1859 Aged 63 yrs
36. McGill, Sarah Wife of Joseph McGill B. Dec 31, 1801 D. Aug 16, 1879 Aged 77 yrs
37. McGill, Thomas D. Nov 2, 1859Nearly 100 yrs old
38. Miller, Charles Lawrence D. Feb 2, 1864 Age 11 yrs 8 mos
39. Miller, Ernestine Dau of H. Miller B. Mar 22, 1878 D. 1882
40. Power, Martha M. B. Aug 18, 1862 D. Feb 14, 1953
41. Riddle, Christopher C. Son of I. & A. Riddle B. Sep 17, 1875 D. Sep 18, 1875
42. Ridge, Martin A. Son of B. & A. RidgeD. Sep 4, 1852 Age 4 yrs 10 mos 2 das
43. Ridge, William D. Mar 16, 1877 Age 63 yrs 8 mos 8 das
44. Robey, Agnes H. Dau of J.R. & L.A. Robey D. Jan 23, 1875 Aged 6 mos 23 das
45. Robey, Anna Eula Dau of J.R. & L.A. Robey D. Jun 10 , 1897 Aged 19 yrs 3 mos 3 das
46. Robey, Emma Wife of Wm. A. Robey D. Aug 7, 1879 Aged 26 yrs
47. Robey, James R. Son of J.R. & L.A. Robey B. Jun 24, 1882 D. Feb 24, 1884 Age 1 yr 8mos 48. Robey, James R. D. Apr 22, 1906 Aged 66 yrs 8 mos 24 das
49. Robey, Leonard D. Mar 1880 Age ? yr 4 mos 10 das
50. Robey, Lucy Ann B. Jan 10, 1842 D. Aug 2, 1923 Age 84 yrs
51. Robey, Lucy M. Dau of J.R. & L.A. Robey B & D Apr 2, 1871
52. Robey, Mary A. Dau of J.R. & L.A. Robey D. Nov 25, 1890 Aged 24 yrs 1 mo 9 das
53. Robey, Nellie A. Dau of J.R. & L.A. Robey D. Aug 26, 1890 Aged 14 yrs 8 mos 4 das
54. Robey, Robert L. B. May 2, 1886 D. Jun 22, 1910
55. Robey, William B. Mar 20, 1845 D. Dec 14, 1887
56. Saunders, Leta A. (Children of M.H. & U. Saunders) D. Oct 17, 1874 (1824) Aged 14 das (Same stone as Lois Saunders)
57. Saunders, Lois (Children of M.H. & U. Saunders) D. Oct 26, 1874 (1824)
58. Saunders, Mary L. Wife of A.R. Saunders D. Oct 30, 1879 Aged 51 yrs 6 mos 7 das
59. Smith, Joseph B. Son of B.E. & M.E. Smith D. 1865Age 1 yr
60. Smith, Martha E. His Wife B. Oct 6, 1841 D. Sep 9, 1915 (Same stone as W.B. Smith)
61. Smith, Verlinda C. Wife of Geo. W. Smith D. Apr 23, 1875 Aged 59 yrs 5 mos 18 das
62. Smith, William B. B. Jan 25, 1836
63. Winston, Lillian Ora 1887
64. Worland, Elizabeth Wife of John H. Worland
The view is the south with Clinton on the right, Jonesburg directly in front. The Salt River bottoms would be behind you. The entrance into the Cemetery visible near the cedar tree on the left. It is clear that many of the graves are now unmarked.
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