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.About Hinman Yates Cemetery
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Located in the N W of Section 6 of Griggsville township. It is well maintained. The cemetery is enclosed by an iron fence. Here also is found the largest funeral marker in Pike County. It measures 9' long, 6' thick and 8' high. It marks the Noble family well to the back side of the cemetery.

Surname listing from Cemetery Book Volume III:

Abbey, Allen, Aljars, Baldwin, Bentley, Blake, Bonnel, Brower, Brown, Burke, Byron, Cavendir, Chamberlain, Champlin, Cole, Cunningham, Curfman, Darrah, DeWitt, Diamond, dimmitt, Dunham, Elledge, (Simpson), Foote, Lucille, Gray, Greene, Hall, Hammitt, Hardy, Harshman, Higdon, Hinman (Stewart), Hoss, Hull, Inalell, Jordan, Kaylor, Kinman. Leach, Maquire, Manton, Marshall, McClain, McDougle (McCallister), McElroy, McKinney, McLaughlin, McWhirt, Medarie (Cole), Miller, Moore, Morrison, Nighswonger, Noble, Orr, Patterson, Phillips, Redman, Reed, Reeves, Risle, Ritter, Rush (Yates), Saunders, Saylor, Sells, Sidwell, Simpson, Shaw, Skinner, Smith, Snowhill, Steele, Tull, Vail, Waite, Waldron, Weber, White, Williams, Wilson (Marshall), Wing, Yates (Hinman).

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Submitted: 02/03/08 (Edited 02/03/08)

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