Cooper Cemetery
Between Hermitage and Cross Timbers, Hickory County, Missouri Records compiled by Johnna Quick in June, 2004 from death records, obituaries and various historical records (State Archives, Hickory County Index, and other sources). BLACKWELL Unknown first name 3-12-1855 3-20-1899 COON Louisa J (Cooper) died 11-13-1899 COOPER Mrs. Joe Cooper died 1892 Mrs. Maggie Cooper died 1-2-1910 W Thomas Co G 3rd MO SM Cav Philip M Co G 3rd MO SM Cav Madison 10-29-1832 3-22-1914 DEFROSS Unknown first name died Aug 1895 FARRIS C A 2-14-1866 4-4-18947 Age 80y 1m 20d John W 1-27-1894 3-17-1895 HART Susan M 3-28-1861 4-5-1929 Mary E 2-14-1874 9-14-1881 Daughter of MA and Jim H Hart MCCORMACK N F C 1880 PRINE No other information *Note: From the collection Hickory County Tragedies Mrs. Joe Cooper was buried at Cooper graveyard in 1892. AT Donovan, about 22 years old, and his sister Ruthie Donovan, about 12, went to the Cooper home. They took off their shoes and waded the river 2 times to get there. Mr. Donovan and 3 men carried the casket from the house to the cemetery, a distance of 3/4 mile. There were about a dozen people there.
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