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Whedbee Cemetery (Frisco)

From Hwy. 12 in Frisco turn at Frisco Campground which is across the road from Willis Lane.  Just inside the campground lane take a left and keep on this trail through the campground area until you can see the sound.  The cemetery is on a hill about 100 feet off to the left of this trail, across from the bath house and is approximately 400 feet from the water.   This cemetery was photographed by Dawn Taylor in April 2011.  Google Maps for this cemetery.

Johnson, Annie E. Dec. 5, 1872 July 28, 1918 Wife of J.L. Johnson  [Death Certificate]
Whedbee, Amy H. June 29, 1844 Jan. 5, 1880 Wife of James H. Whedbee - Sleep on mother, thy work is done.   Jesus has come and borne thee home.
Whedbee, Elin C. July 30, 1849 April 6, 1917 In loving memory of - Wife of M.F. Whedbee [epitaph is buried and unreadable]
[Death Certificate]
Whedbee, Fannie W. Sept. 18, 1844 June 11, 1916 Wife of James H/ Whedbee  [Death Certificate] [epitaph is buried and unreadable]
Whedbee, James B. Jan. 26, 1868 Aug. 19, 1912 Blessed are the pure in heart for they shall [remainder is unreadable]
Whedbee, James H. June 10, 1830 Oct. 31, 1891 Them also which sleep in Jesus will God bring with Him.
Whedbee, Lydia Aug. 12, 1876 Aug. 17, 1926 Mother - There is rest in heaven.
Whedbee, Miles F. May 2, 1852 Nov. 21, 1918 In loving memory of  [Death Certificate]
Whedbee, Minerva A. Jan. 4, 1869 June 17, 1942 Our Mother - She believeth and sleeps in Jesus  [Death Certificate]
Whedbee, W.L. [Wm. Leonard] Sept. 27, 1865 Feb. 5, 1900 His words were kindness, his deeds were love.  His spirit humble, he rests above.

Cemetery directions are taken from Sacred to Their Memory by Lois Johnson Meekins and Amy Midgett Gamiel; 2001No part of this document may be used for any commercial purposes. However, please feel free to copy any of this material for your own personal use and family research.  Images are for personal use only, not for redistribution.

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