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Fonder Cemetery

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Date: 30 Jul 2019
Location: Parker, Douglas, Coloradomap
Surnames/tags: Global_Cemeteries_Project Douglas, Colorado, United States
Profile manager: Carole Taylor private message [send private message]
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Go to the Fonder Cemetery (aka: Eggleston/Fonder/McMurdo Cemetery-as per Parker Historic Society) for a list of the person laid to rest here and their biographies.
Location: SH 83 Parker, Douglas County, Colorado, USA
GPS Coordinates: 39.4494019, -104.7589035


Information

The Eggelston Ranch was the original owners. "The writings of early residents indicate that there are many more graves than were identified by the 1980 inventory taken by the Smoky Hill Chapter of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution. They only identified 13 legible grave stones. The oldest identified was that of Hubert Fonder, who died in 1871. He was the husband of Miriam Donegan Fonder, who started the Fonder School. The last known burial on the site was in 1955."[1]"

f-a-g Memorials 17 added (88% photographed)

The memorial for "May Warly" (NO Dates-no sources-no photo of headstone found Taylor-25258 22:22, 31 July 2019 (UTC)
Another one that is NOT here is Jose C. Jaramillo.


The goal of this project is to ...

  1. Place all photographs here of the cemetery itself and the area that have been taken. And any newspaper articles found.
  2. try to identify the unknowns and the weathered headstones and add them or IF no info is found leave them here for research notes

Right now this project just has one member, me. I am Carole Taylor.

Here are some of the tasks that I think need to be done. I'll be working on them, and could use your help.

  1. There are at least 4 headstones, broken, illegible that need to be IDd
  2. New photos after the grass has been mowed down

Photographs

  1. DAR 1980 Log book page
Cemetery Records

Sources

  1. Parker Area Historical Society
  2. National Society of Daughters of American Revolution
  3. Douglas County Historic Newspapers @ the Douglas County Library
  4. FindAGrave

Will you join me? Please post a comment here on this page, in G2G using the project tag, or send me a private message. Thanks!





Memories: 1
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The cemetery today was covered in tall prairie grass and wild rose bushes. It really needs to have TLC.
posted 1 Aug 2019 by Carole Taylor   [thank Carole]
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Cemetery entrance
Cemetery entrance

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