Platte County, Missouri
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Clay Family Cemetery
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|Clay Family Cemetery
Directions: From the intersection of I-29 and 92 highway at Platte City take I-29 north to the Camden Point/E highway exit. Go right on E Highway and then turn left on Elm Grove Road. Follow this until it ends and turn left on Old Pike. Go 4/10 mile and turn left into driveway of a horse farm. The cemetery is located in a pasture behind the barn. The new owner of the property took me back and together we uncovered what few stones we could find. There has been livestock in the cemetery for over 50 years and it has taken it's toll on the stones. There were over 20 people buried in the cemetery. The current owner has plans of fencing it off and plans to attempt to remove part of the soil in effort to recover more stones. Someone in later years errected a large granite family stone with names on both sides. It has also been knocked over so I was only able to read one side as it was to heavy to move.
||Clay, Andrew J. 10-7-1839 to
10-13-1839 son of William and Sarah
|clay2.jpg||Clay, Eleazar 2-25-1842 son of
William and Sarah
|clay3.jpg||Clay, Martha 1-25-1841 to 2-19-1842
daughter of William and Sarah
|clay4.jpg||Clay, Sarah Collet 2-17-1808 to
6-29-1872 wife of William
|clay5.jpg||Clay, William 3-4-1800 2-27-1875
|clay6.jpg||Clay, William J. 2-16-1842 son of
William and Sarah
|clay7.jpg||Lowman, Henry 1847 died at Johnson
|clay8.jpg||Osborn, Annie F. 6-6-1870 daughter
of T. J. and N.
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