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Submitted: 10/11/19 • Approved: 10/11/19 • Last Updated: 10/14/19 • R822555-G822553-S3
Known burials that were not moved with the flooded the area to form Truman Lake because they were unable to locate the cemetery and made several attempts.
Tract No. 901 = Alexander Township in Benton County
Barclay aka Barkley, Cemetery was a family plot of four to seven graves: Joseph Barclay, John Holland, two Holland infants, and possibly three additional individuals. The cemetery was originally part of Plan B, but was deleted from the plan in May 1973. Relatives requested that the graves be moved to Shiloh Cemetery near Bentonville, Benton County. However, the Corps made three trips to the area – with relatives – and was never able to locate the graves.
Information Source: "Records and photographs of Corps of Engineer dam and reservoir projects in Missouri, specifically regarding cemetery relocations. Projects are Harry S. Truman Dam and Reservoir (aka Kaysinger Bluff), Long Branch Dam and Reservoir, Longview Lake, Pomme de Terre Dam and Reservoir, Smithville Dam and Lake, and Stockton Dam and Reservoir."
Missouri State Archives
Contributed on 10/11/19 by tslundberg
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