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Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Tombstone Tuesday - Schwyhart in Taney Co MO

Today I am reporting four members of the William R. Schwyhart family buried at the McCarty Cemetery in Taney Co, Missouri. We visited this cemetery and took these photos on 24 Sep 1999. William R. Schwyhart is my second cousin 4 times removed.

 William R. SCHWYHART was born 1 Nov 1890, in Missouri, and died 24 Nov 1964 in Taney Co, Missouri. William and his wife, Annie (ALLEY) SCHWYHART, and their family appear in the 1930 U.S. Census in Cedar Creek Twp, Taney Co, MO, where he is listed as a farmer. He is 39, she, listed as Annie, is 28, listed with four children and a mother-in-law, Rhoda Alley, 63, Widow. The children were Percy R., 10, Isaac W., 8, James O., 4, Lizzie R., 4/12. William was the sone of James and Elizabeth OVERSTREET SCHWYHART. William and Annie were married in 1918 and had 9 children. He served as Pvt 3 Co 164 Depot Brigade WWI.



Annie ALLEY SCHWYHART was born 29 Jun 1900 and 11 Sep 1994 in Holliser, Taney Co, Missouri, per SSDI information.
 



John SCHWYHART was the fifth child of William and Annie SCHWYHART, born 18 Dec 1931 and died 2 Dec 1985, and left a wife and four children.



Rhoda J. (maiden name unknown) ALLEY was born 2 Dec 1865 and died 9 Apr 1951.



The McCarty Cemetery is located on Hwy M, south of Cedar Creek, approx. 6 miles. Some information from: http://www.wrvhs.org/taney/mccarty.html You can see the location on the map, scan of 2010-2012 MO Highway Map.



 Here I am at the cemetery in 1999.



Families are Forever!  ;-)

4 comments:

  1. Love it! I need more trips to cemeteries.

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  2. I can't wait for the snow to be gone and nice weather again so I can do more searching for headstones. I have an aunt buried here in town and I am just waiting for nice weather to go get a photo.

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  3. Alice,

    It appears you have a nice machine to get there on, when the weather cooperates!

    ;-)

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