Has anyone done the Sappington Cemetary "The oldest burial ground in Missouri."?

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Can someone help, I joined the USA Cemetrist need to get my badge and I need my pre1500 badge says I nneed to post in G2G, I have posted  here and contacted the leader, yet have not received my badges for Joining Canadian or American Indian's Projects I want to help to enter them on WikiTree I live right down the street from "The oldest burial ground in Missouri."  This cemetery was originally known as Long Cemetery. Crestwood in ST. LOUIS COUNTY, MO, Sappington Cemetery, Also known as: Sappington Burial Ground, Sappington Grave Ya it has 132 interments , 2 are famous interments, would you like headstones and my help for this graveyard?

in Genealogy Help by Linda Stewart G2G6 Mach 1 (12.8k points)
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It does not appear that anyone has worked on this cemetery (http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Project:Missouri_Cemeteries/Progress) as there is no free space page for it on the prgoress page and only one profile attached to the category: St. Louis County, Missouri, Cemeteries (http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Category:Sappington_Cemetery%2C_Crestwood%2C_Missouri).  Please go ahead and set one up. I'll be happy to help if you need assistance.
by Carolyn Martin G2G6 Pilot (227k points)
Thank you for my badge Lisa, this it is my first cemetery and I just got back from taking pictures  of all gravestones in " The oldest burial ground in Missouri, " Sappington Cemetery in Crestwood, St. Louis County Missouri, USA. A lot were so old they are worn smooth, others broken or gone. Now to learn to transcribe the tombstones =)

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