Samaria Sportsmen's Hall Cemetery
Monroe County

Samaria Sportsmen Hall

Tombstone Photographs

These burials were originally in the Hungerford Cemetery which was destroyed by a tornado that passed thru it. The cemetery has been farmed for over 50 years so no other signs of a graveyard are left. Because Samuel Weeks and his wife were the namesakes of the town the community moved what was left to this Sportmens Hall/Firestation.


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Text & Description (Click this Link for Description, Photo Link for Image)Photo LinkDateSubmitter
Samaria Sportmens Hall October 5, 2005Image 84KDec 2005Keitha Morgan
Weeks, Sammie MImage 29KDec 2005Keitha Morgan
Weeks, Samuel MImage 24KDec 2005Keitha Morgan
Weeks, Samuel M & SammieImage 82KDec 2005Keitha Morgan
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