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Shared marker for: "Schlegel, Mary E. (Handley), Apr. 6, 1932--May 9, 2008; Rancher, Wesley H., Feb. 8, 1927--Feb. 27, 2002," in the McCoy Cemetery. A mountain scene with river, pines, columbines, hummingbird, elk and riderless horse is engraved on the marker. The family brand is engraved at center bottom.
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Marker for: "Rest in peace, Larry Louis Lederhause, 1963--1999," in the McCoy Cemetery. A mountain scene with pines, a river and clouds is engraved on the marker.
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Shared marker for: "Laman, Marvin Charles, June 21, 1926--January 4, 2008; Iva Caroline, July 24, 1929," in the McCoy Cemetery. A mountain scene with pines, horses and cattle is engraved at the top. Between the names, joined hearts are engraved with Nov. 8, 1947. At the bottom: E-L, LL7
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Marker for: "Guy J. Grimes, 1887--1970," in the McCoy Cemetery. Inscription at bottom reads: "End of an era."
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Mary Wurtsmith at the McMillan/Maley gravesite in 1989, near Burns, Colorado.
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Adam Stifel funeral at the McCoy Cemetery, McCoy, Colorado, 1918. "Adam Stifel and his wife Edith (sister of Polly Tuck) came into the area with George Brown in about 1890....[He] found a likely place in the cedar country about six miles due west of McCoy where they found about 60 acres of mesa land. It could be irrigated by building a ditch from Tepee Creek just west of the land they had spotted. By dint of hard work and good management, Stifels...
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Marker for: "Loving mother and aunt, Verna A. Johannbroer, Nov. 17, 1909--Sept. 15, 1998," in the McCoy Cemetery. A mountain scene with pine trees is engraved on the marker.
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Shared marker for: "Settlemeyer, Charlie V. "Pappy," Jan. 26, 1912--Dec. 25, 1999, Father, Grandfather and Friend; Sibyl D. "Mamasibyl," May 2, 1919--July 23, 1990, Mother, Grandmother and Friend," in the McCoy Cemetery. A mountain scene with pines, elk and deer is engraved on the marker.
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Gravesite of Donald G. DeWolf, Jan. 7, 1914--May 28, 1917. He drowned in Catamount Creek in his third year. "Tis a little grave but, oh, have a care, for world wide hopes are buried there." A lamb is scultped at the top of the marker.
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Marker for: "Mathias V. Grimes, Mar. 9, 1845--July 7, 1908," in the McCoy Cemetery. Inscription reads: "At rest."
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Marker for: "Larry Leon Baker, July 30, 1952--July 29, 2005" in the McCoy Cemetery. Inscription reads: "Love always"
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Shared marker for: "Theisen, Martin, 1862--1936; Mary, 1862-- ," in the McCoy Cemetery. Flowers are engraved at the top corners of the marker.
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1989, Grave of Elmer George Burrows, father of Elmer Burrows, died in Glenwood Springs, Colorado about 1931. "There's a funeral home marker, glass is broken and wording almost gone. The wooden fence is in good shape and pink/white crushed stone cover the grave. It is becoming overgrown with weeds and sage brush." -- Mildred Toomer
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Marker for: "Father, Edwin W. Robinson, 1857--1935," in the McCoy Cemetery. Flowers are engraved across the top of the marker.
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Marker for Richard Pallister, born Aug. 5, 1880, died Jan. 17, 1898, in Edwards Cemetery. Flowers and scroll engraved on stone.
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Marker near Sweetwater in the field that now belongs to James Stephens Jr. there is a marker for David Hinman, who was killed in a hunting accident in the late 1980s. "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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Marker for: "Arthur Grimes, 1872--1918," in the McCoy Cemetery.
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Marker for: "Warren Gibson, 1851--1915," in the McCoy Cemetery.
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Marker for: "Ed. A. Schrupp, CO. L 13 INF., 1896--1918," in the McCoy Cemetery. An American flag is engraved at left on the marker; an encased photo is at right. The inscription at bottom reads: "He gave his all for his country."
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Shared marker for: "Horn, Moms, Lulu Graves, Dec. 11, 1887--June 3, 1977; Dad, Arthur Leonard, Nov. 21, 1882--Nov. 5, 1934," in the McCoy Cemetery. A mountain scene with pines, cattle and a horse and rider is engraved on the marker. A brand is engraved at center. At bottom, the inscription reads: "Married June 7, 1905."