Walk-About Taylor Chapel Cem
Pics from a 2004 visit to Taylor Chapel Cem, Salt River Twp, Pike Co, Missouri.
Photo Survey Taylor Chapel Cem
Complete photo survey (2006) of Taylor Chapel Cem, Salt River Twp, Pike Co, Missouri. Starting in the NE corner of the cemetery, photos were taken walking down each row from north to south. Row one being on the east side of the cemetery, moving westward row by row. Pictures are in sequence as if one were walking along each row viewing row, plots, makers, inscriptions. There are numerous unmarked graves. Picture file names describe the row, with surnames listed for general plot locations. Pics are included of the chapel and area.
Love Station 2 Salt River Twp Pike Co MO
A walk-about inside the overgrown area along the bluff of what was Love or Riverland Station. Photos of the deer carcass dumping, vegitation and habitat, blue racer snake, building debris, building areas, fuel and grain tank foundation, old sulfur or salt spring. Basically the area is a trash midden or hunting camp unaware of the history of the location. email@example.com
Love Cem Marker Search Salt River Twp Pike Co MO
Picture series of searching for and uncovering marker fragments in the gulley to the north of the Love Cem burial ground. Markers were dozed into the gulley area decades ago to clear land for pasture. File names indcate the topic of some pics. firstname.lastname@example.org
Locating Old Grassy Creek Cem Pike Co MO
Starting with a view of 'New' Grassy Creek Baptist Church and Fairfiew Cemetery. Looking southward and moving down the road about 3/4 mile south to park and walk 3/8mi westward into the wooded area around Old Grassy Creek Cemetery. Various pans and views of the area along the way while walking into and out of the cemetery area. Other albums contain pans, maps, burials listings and survey of the cemetery. email@example.com
Otsego Cem 2009 Jefferson Twp Fayette Co IA
Walk-through of Otsego Cem, just SxSE of Oelwein, Jefferson Twp, Fayette Co, Iowa. Pics are taken walking back/forth from the west side toward the east, every 2-3 rows. Pics are not down the rows but generally pointing eastward. This is not a photo survey. firstname.lastname@example.org