children's graves at the table rock cemetery
1898 - archie carl
Table Rock Argus, Aug. 18, 1898.
The little nine year old son of Mr. and Mrs. William Carl, who live four or five miles, south of town, was injured one week ago last Friday while playing with a calf at the farm of Titus Davis. The little fellow was trying to ride the calf and fell off, injuring one of his legs, but it was not thought to be serious until Thursday of last week, when there was evidence of blood poisoning and he grew rapidly worse until Saturday afternoon, when he died about 6 o'clock. The funeral services were held at the home on Monday, conducted by Rev. Williams of Pawnee, and the remains were buried in the Table Rock cemetery. The sympathy of the entire neighborhood is extended to the afflicted parents.
NOTE: The date of the article about his death and the date on the stone do not match. Both were clear. The stone may have been put up later, and the date on the stone is wrong. It happens.
1870 & 1872 - william & emma dare
a four-year-old & an infant
children of george & lucella bloom dare
1873 - walten fellers
1891 - albert ferguson
1938 - eugene fesenbeck
1904 - flora freeman
daughter of harry & lizzy freeman; buried on the right; at the left is the grave of her sister irene, who died in 1918; flora would have been a great aunt of rob, rich, & tom freeman
1859 - sabrina, age 1
1862 - jennie, an infant
1872 - john, age 2
1872 - david, an infant
CHILDREN OF JOSEPH & LYDIA GRIFFING; they had three children who lived to old age: clara griffing marble, nellie griffing boyd, and frank griffing
1879 - ida murphy
1883 - orem pepoon
NORTH TABLE ROCK NEWS.
In the midst of life we are in death.
Little Oren (sic), infant son of Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Pepoon passed from earth with all its cares and trials, on Monday Feb. 5th, a bright and beautiful little bud of promise, he blooms beneath fairer, softer skies than ours, where storms never come.
He seemed in perfect health till the day before his death, when he manifested symptoms of a cold, which soon settled upon his lungs and proved fatal in a few hours.