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Date Posted: 22:22:57 02/15/03 Sat
Author: Barb
Subject: Re: Odebolt Cemetery
In reply to: Jon Story 's message, "Odebolt Cemetery" on 10:40:14 07/08/02 Mon

There is a biography on James Taylor on the Odebolt History pages. The following is contained in it about the cemetery.

"The first cemetery was across from the Story farm or south of the old Gilbert farm. When the railroad was put through, this cemetery was of necessity moved and the bodies were placed in the present cemetery, which was donated by H. C. Wheeler. The first corpse interred in this new location was that of Mrs. James Taylor in 1878."

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