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0911    EARP, WYATT

      Location - Wilders.


      Hwy 39 north of Selma to Earpsboro at SR 1723 & turn right. 0.8 mile to the Wyatt Earp house on left side of road. The cemetery is behind the house in a pasture. Chain Link Fence. Well kept. Owned by Ed Jeffreys, who provided additional information. 8 marked graves. Many unmarked graves (children).

      Compiler: Elizabeth Ross & Zelda Wood, 1988.


  1. Debnam, Daisy Dimmock   (b. Unknown - d. Unknown)
      • illegible. daughter of Walter & Sarah Debnam
  2. Debnam, Walter Dr   (b. 10 May 1832 - d. Jun 1882)
      • husband of ?? and Sarah Virginia Earp Debnam
  3. Earp, Mariah Fountain   (b. 30 Jun 1827 - d. 21 Jan 1897)
      • wife of Wyatt Earp
  4. Earp, Wyatt   (b. Unknown - d. 22 Oct 1893)
      • aged 66 years. husband of Mariah Earp
  5. Hood, Gertude   (b. 26 Aug 1867 - d. 12 Jun 1900)
      • wife of J C Hood
  6. Jefferys, Julius Carr   (b. 22 Jun 1867 - d. 6 Nov 1925)
      • husband of Laura L Jefferys
  7. Jefferys, Laura Lee   (b. 10 Sep 1861 - d. 23 Jul 1915)
      • wife of Julius Carr Jefferys. daughter of Wyatt & Mariah Earp
  8. Page, Sarah Virginia Earp   (b. 13 Oct 1854 - d. 16 Oct 1898)
      • aged 44 years. wife of W M Page. 2nd wife of Dr Walter Debnam


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