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Tombstone Tuesday-Jacob Painter

In My Genealogy, Painter on March 9, 2010 at 10:33 AM

At the Stoutsville Cemetery, Monroe County, Missouri:

His wife, Hannah, is memoralized on the other side of the column.

Transcription:

[one side]

FATHER

and

MOTHER

[another side]

JACOB PAINTER

Died

Mar. 12 1895

AGED

84Y.8M.24D.

His toils are past his work is done

And he’s fully blest

He fought the fight the victory won

And entered into rest.

[opposite side of Jacob]

HANNAH T.

PAINTER

BORN

FEB.2.1821

DIED

JUNE.28.1908

[verse illegible in pic]

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Tombstone Tuesday–Samuel H Painter

In My Genealogy, Painter on February 16, 2010 at 8:04 AM

Samuel H. Painter, Stoutsville Cemetery, Monroe County, Missouri, USA

GPS coordinates:
39°32.817′N
91°51.138′W
0 m

Samuel H. was the youngest son of George and Sarah Ann (nee Smith) Painter/Bender.  He was born 25 Sept 1829 in Berkley County, Virginia (now West Virginnia).  The family migrated to Missouri in Samuel H.’s youth.  He married America Ann Nesbit 24 Aug 1852 in Missouri according her published obituary.   They had eight children, including James William (“Will) Painter, my great-grandfather.  Samuel H.  farmed at Stoutsville until his death 27 Nov 1893.

Stoutsville Cemetery, in part, had to be moved for a Dam project which created the Mark Twain Lakes from the Salt River forks.  The cemetery, as a result of the Dam project, is very water logged, especially at the lower portions where I found my feet sinking a little as I walked around.  Apparently not all the graves were succesfully relocated before the water level rose.  I was unable to locate any records of the relocation project while there.

Transcription:

IN MY FATHER’S HOUSE

ARE MANY MANSIONS

S.H. PAINTER

DIED

Nov. 27.1893

AGED

64Y.2M.2D

[illegible due to weathering]

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