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Marker for: "Grace Emma 'Winkey' Booco, May 20, 1943--July 10, 1998," in the McCoy Cemetery. Irises are engraved at either side of the marker.
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Headstone for Katie Gates in California.
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Marker for: "Alan J. Nimon, 1948--1984," in the McCoy Cemetery.
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Marker for: "Mother, Edith M. Thomas, 1974--1951," in the McCoy Cemetery. Flowers are engraved at the top corners of the marker.
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Marker for: "Earl J. Johannbroer, 1933--1952," in the McCoy Cemetery. Inscription at bottom reads: "Always in our hearts." Flowers are engraved at the bottom corners of the marker.
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Military marker for: "Clarence H. Kirby, SSGT US Army, World War II, Dec. 21, 1919--Aug. 1, 1982," in the McCoy Cemetery. A cross is embossed at the bottom center of the marker.
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Shared marker for: "Luark; Violet Peg, 1908--1975; James Edward, 1899--1974; married April 6, 1956, Yucca Mesa" in the McCoy Cemetery. Pinecones are engraved at the upper corners of the marker. [left side of marker]
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Sandstone bench marker: "In loving memory of Wes Schlegel, February 8, 1927--February 27, 2002," in the McCoy Cemetery.
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Gravesite of Elsie J. Trump Owen, Jan. 22,1898--Dec 12, 1985, Stewart Family Cemetery at Dotsero in 1989. "Graves in the Dotsero Sweetwater area. Collected by Joan Brallier. Helped by Myrti Stephens and John Gannon. Barbara Steward gave the information on Dotsero graves." -- Mildred Toomer
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Shared marker for: "Hildreth, Mother, Agness M., 1898--1985; Father, George H., 1885--1961, married Nov. 29, 1916," in the McCoy Cemetery. A flower is engraved on the marker.
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Marker for: "George E. Shepard, 1862--1935," in the McCoy Cemetery.
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Shared marker for: "Adams, Charlie Earl, July 2, 1889--Feb. 23, 1973; Inez Riggs, Nov. 21, 1883--Mar. 30, 1973," in the McCoy Cemetery. A mountain scene with a cross engraved at the top of the marker. Columbines are engraved at the center of the marker. At bottom, the inscription reads: "Married Aug. 31, 1912."
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Mary Wurtsmith examines two graves near Burns, Colorado in 1989. The graves are across the road and up the hill from the Detwiller place, four miles N.E. of Burns on county road 301. The surrounding fence has collapsed One grave is marked "McMillan-Maida," born Julyl 4, and died September, 14 months later from eating chokecherries probably pits and all. She was Joe Albertson's mother's sister, Joe's aunt. The other is marked "Francis Maley," who...
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Marker: "In loving memory of Charles Raymond Thompson, Nov. 16, 1896--May 9, 1981," in the McCoy Cemetery. A mountain scene with pines, a lake and clouds is engraved at the center of the marker. Below that, inscription reads: "Husband of Lydia Masters Thompson."
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Marker for: Howard Herbert Hadley 1905, in the McCoy Cemetery.
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Marker for: "William "Bill" Gern Booco, June 22, 1931--June 11, 2008," in the McCoy Cemetery. Inscription: "He was born and raised in McCoy, CO and lived his adult life in the Denver area. His body lies at Mount Olivet Cemetery in Wheat Ridge, CO, but his spirit belongs to the mountains. He was a son, a brother, a father and a grandfather and will always be loved and missed by many. May he rest in peace."
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Family marker for: "Filter," in the McCoy Cemetery.
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Marker for: "Mother, Garnet Baker, 1904--1968," in the McCoy Cemetery. Mountains and pines are engraved on the marker.
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Actor Madeline Moos portraying Fanny Collins, wife of Tom Collins, miner and community supporter.
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Lizzie Hernage, 24, and her husband Henry were among the first pioneers to arrive in the valley, homesteading at the mouth of Brush Creek in 1882. On July 29, 1885 Henry and Lizzie were moving a herd of cattle across a rickety bridge over the Eagle River when the weight of the load caused the bridge to collapse. Lizzie drowned. The grieving citizens of the pioneer community buried Lizzie Hernage on a sage-covered mesa overlooking the little settlement,...