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Sep 15

Meauwataka Cemetery, Meauwataka Michigan

This entry is part 40 of 60 in the series Cemeteries

The cemetery is just west of Meauwataka. These graves are for cousins of Papa, or others with close associations to the family and neighborhood.

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Fenton

HazelGoffFenton

Hazel Goff Fenton, (1891-1910), first wife of Alfred T. Fenton Their son Morris (1910-1912) is also buried here, but I didn’t get a good photo of the wording on the marker. Morris William Fenton was Papa’s first cousin, once removed; his father, Alfred Thurston Fenton was Papa’s granduncle.

French

Charles E. and wife Ellen Davis French

A son of Charles and Ellen married a Lamunion cousin of Papa’s, a first cousin twice removed, to be exact.

Charles E., Jr

Scott E., son of Charles E. “Jumbo” French and Maude Belle Lamunion, Papa’s second cousin, once removed.

Ida French Bib, daughter of of Charles E. “Jumbo” French and Maude Belle Lamunion, Papa’s second cousin, once removed.

Imogene French, daughter of of Charles E. “Jumbo” French and Maude Belle Lamunion, Papa’s second cousin, once removed.

Jenkins

Alfred and wife Erma Brown Jenkins, Alfred was Papa’s first cousin, once removed

George R. and wife Anna, grandparents of Alfred.

Grace, sibling of Alfred, also Papa’s first cousin, once removed

Lyle, sibling of Alfred and Grace, Papa’s first cousin, once removed.

Houghtalin

Mary Eliza Fenton, wife of Harry. Mary was papa’s grand aunt. Her first husband was William John Jenkins. William and Mary were the parents of Alfred, Grace and Lyle who are listed above, and two other children, Wallace N. and Eldon B.

Harry Houghtalin, Mary’s second husband.

Walter and Christa (McClain) Houghtalin, who were parents of Harry. Christa was the enumerator on many of the census pages in Colfax Township, Wexford County, Michigan. I went through those pages one by one many times before indexes were online, and I almost feel like I know Christa.

Rogers, a family from the neighborhood.

Alta

Archie

Herman and Ila

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  1. Howard Ray Lawrence

    I have a rumor that Elizabeth (nee Lawrence) Longstreet, spouse of Henry A. Longstreet, buried in Dayhuff Cemetary, Colfax Township, Michigan, may be buried in Meauwataka Cemetery, Meauwataka Michigan. Is there someone who might be able to verify this information?

    Thank you for your help.

  2. Granny Pam

    I will see what I can find out. I do not know of a Dayhuff cemetery, but the Meauwataka cemetery is near Dayhuff lake.

    I visited the cemetery, and noticed that it is also called Dayhuff. We found Elizabeth’s grave and will e-mail you photos when we return home in a few days.

  3. Rick Longstreet

    I recently visited Meauwataka Cemetery. It is also called Dayhuff Cemetery as it is near Dayhuff lake. It’s in a rural location in a very small town (Meauwataka). Elizabeth Lawrence Longstreet is there, buried next to Henry A. and William Alford. I have pictures if anyone is interested.

  4. Granny Pam

    Thanks, Rick. I was there last Saturday and took photos for Howard. If he needs more information, may I refer him to you?

  5. Rick longstreet

    Yes. I have been in contact with Howard and also sent him photos. I was also there Saturday, may 29 th! We were there about 4 or 5pm.

    Granny Pam, do you happen to have any information about John Longstreet b. Circa 1796? I am searching for parents or birth date. I have seen the conover genealogy site but the dates don’t seem to add up for me.

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