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Conrad Cemetery
Caldwell County,
Missouri

Located on what was at one time the H C Conrad farm, two burials purportedly died of Typhoid Fever. This information was given via oral history by Bertha Booth and published in Advocate-Hamiltonian Newspaper, Hamilton, Missouri, March 3, 1960. There is no remaining evidence of burials.

Thomas Henry Sr
Feb 17 1758 Amherst Co, Virginia
Sep 4 1837 Long Creek, Caldwell Co, Missouri
Son of Owen Thomas and Mary Hardin
"He was a private in the Virginia Continental lines 3 years. Enlisted in Captain Neal’s Company February 11, 1777 which was attached to the Thirteenth Virginia Regiment. Then served in Captain Uriah Springer’s Company of Colonel John Gibson’s Regiment. Discharged at Fort Pitt by Colonel Richard Campbell, March 1, 1780."

Rachel Stillwell Thomas
1759 Aberdeen, Harford, Maryland
1837 Long Creek, Caldwell Co, Missouri
Daughter of Elijah Stillwell and Nancy Ann Shacklett

Sources: http://www.caldwell.mogenweb.org/conrad.htm
https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Stillwell-183

Contributed on 12/27/18 by tslundberg
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Submitted: 12/27/18 • Approved: 12/27/18 • Last Updated: 12/30/18 • R816015-G816015-S3

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