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Lightner Cemetery
Scott County [Missouri]
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In letter: ROGERS, John R. b-Feb 19, 1800 d-Sept 23, 1853
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Lightner Cemetery
Scott County Missouri

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Name **** Date of Birth **** Date of Death **** Notes
NOTE:Lightner Cemetery Years of Operation: 1910 - Present In Scott City on 11th Street a half mile south of Maple Street in Kelso Township. You turn right on Maple Street to 11th Street, or the Old River Road to Commerce. The Lightner Cemetery is on the left side and St. Joseph's is on the right side. Over 1,300 Graves

George C. Cruse
~~b: 1885~~d: 1955
NOTE:George Cruse was the 2nd Husband of Mollie Boswell The dau of Napoleon Boswell & Sarah Elizabeth Dye
Rome Pate
~~b: Dec. 10, 1887 ~~d: May 09, 1980
NOTE:Rome Pate was the last husband of Mollie Boswell They were divorced at the time of death Mollie is the Dau of Napoleon Boswell & Sarah Elizabeth Dye
Mollie M Boswell
~~b: Sept. 04, 1892 ~~d: Oct. 21, 1990
NOTE: Mollie M Boswell Dau of Napoleon Boswell & Sarah Elizabeth Dye Born in Holcomb Mo Taken at Lightner Cemetery She 1st married Frank White in Pemiscott Co and had two children Francis White and Boswell White. 2nd She married George Cruse and lived in Butler Co Mo Ashhill ca 1930 He died and later she married 3rd to Rome Pate, they later Divorced, but she retained the Pate name
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