My g-grandmother is the oldest known person buried there being born in 1848. The stone is new as there was vandalism of some of the stones years ago and those families that could afford it put new stones back. Those families that were long dead or moved away never replaced the stones. So there are countless unknown and unmarked graves. The community grew up around the old Frisco Railroad siding known as the Scullin siding. The community had a population of about 1,000 in 1900 and was an important center for farming, ranching, banking, schools and was a railhead for shipping cattle. Today it has a population of about 5, depending on who's on vacation.
There are 29 known resting souls. There appear to be several 'sunken' areas that could be graves. Also 'native stone' blocks appear to be strewn around in no particular pattern that could be header or footer stones from unmarked graves.
|DONAGHE||Richard||June 25, 1908||May 4, 1917||son of J.C. & L.B. Donaghe|
|ELLIOTT||Alma||Jan 11 1887||Oct 14, 1957|
|ELLIOTT||Henry M.||Mar 11, 1878||Jun 28 1967|
|ELLIOTT||Mary A.||Aug 1, 1879||Nov 28 1954|
Large rough cut granite markers
|FRANK||Viola Mae||d. April 26, 1968||66y 11m 24d|
|KENNEDY||Baby||Aug 30, 1934||Aug 30, 1934||Son of Joe & Iva Kennedy|
|LAMBERT||Dr. C.L.||Oct 25, 1886||Nov 7 1909|
|LAMBERT||Infant Son of H. Grady & Ivey J.||Oct 24 1914|
|LAMBERT||Lucy A||Aug 2, 1881||Jan 19, 1963|
|LAMBERT||Marcus L.||Jan 22, 1868||June 14, 1960|
|LAMBERT||Mary||Sept 26, 1870||June 14 1960|
|LEMONS||John M.||Mar 15, 1874||????|
|LEMONS||Mattie A.||Apr 8, 1877||Sept 2 1957|
|LEMONS||Unknown||Rusty funeral home marker|
|MILLER||Nola||Sept 30, 1896||Oct 6, 1989|
|TALLANT||B.S.||Feb 4, 1866||May 24, 1841|
marker - steel tag rusted
|VALE||Infant||Feb 22, 1917||Feb 22, 1917||Dau of J.M. and Ellar Vale|
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