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Morrow Cemetery

This old cemetery is located in the SE1/4 SW1/4 of Section 15, Township 10 South, Range 23 West. It was once known as Morrow-McCain Cemetery.
Driving directions: From Prescott, go north on Hwy. 19 to Pleasant Hill. Turn left on County Rd. 22 and go west for 1.5 miles. Turn right on a dim road just before crossing Brushy Creek. The cemetery will be about 1/10th of a mile up this dead-end road. The road was gated in 2017.





Hale, Sarah E.  11-18-1860  6-19-1894  Wife of W. D. Hale 
McCain, John F.  12-3-1871  10-18-1873  Son of F. M. & M. J. McCain; broken marker 
McCain, Jewel  7-24-1888  7-24-1888   
McCain, Elizabeth  5-14-1889  5-14-1889  Broken stone 
McCain, ?    1913  Metal marker and concrete stone; last name only 
McCain, ?    1913  Metal marker and concrete stone; last name only 
McCain, Joseph P.  1847  1912  Metal marker 6 feet north of Mark Morrow marker 
Marrow, Martha La (?)  7-23-1882  9-26-1883   
Morrow, Alcy  4-15-1830  8-17-1875  Wife of Mark Morrow (from old record); broken stone 
Morrow, Arther E.  4-13-1885  5-1-1885  Son of James? C. & Alice B. Morrow (from old record) 
Morrow, (baby-unnamed)  10-6-1919  10-6-1919  Age 0; daughter of John C. & Amelia Morrow (from old record) 
Morrow, (infant)  12-3-1920  12-3-1920  Year could be 1921; son of James Rufus & Perlie Morrow (from old record); this grave not found in 2006 survey 
Morrow, Berta Lourine  2-15-1917  3-9-1917  Daughter of T. W. & Alma Morrow 
Morrow, Budie  10-19-1879  11-24-1879  Son of James C. & Alice (Billingsley) Morrow (from old record) 
Morrow, Era May  1-28-1913  6-3-1915  Daughter of J. C. & Amelia Morrow; broken stone 
Morrow, Jesse J.  12-11-1874  6-9-1876  Son of James C. & Alice Morrow (from old record) 
Morrow, Jesse L.  2-20-1897  5-7-1897  Son of Louis B. & Lou Morrow 
Morrow, Lou L.  3-26-1877  3-24-1941  Double marker with Louis B. Morrow 
Morrow, Louis B.  2-28-1870  5-25-1927  Double marker with Lou L. Morrow 
Morrow, Mark  10-12-1818  12-20-1910  Father of James C.(?) Morrow (from old record) 
Morrow, Minie M.  7-28-1894  4-21-1900  Daughter of James C. & Alice B. Morrow (from old record) 
Morrow, William Mark  5-4-1872  2-24-1904   
Morrow, Velva Erline  6-27-1918  1-21-1919  Daughter of John C. (?) & Amelia Morrow 
Morrow, Estie  1899  1903  Metal marker 6 feet south of William Mark Morrow marker 
Morrow, (baby)      No other information; hard to read 
Morrow, Betty  1-10-1946  3-6-2017  Information from obituary 
Murphy, George  9-2-1867  2-17-1902  Broken stone 
Pittman, Carl  10-6-1901  10-11-1902  Son of Ed & Allie Pittman 
Pittman, Luticia Ann Elizia  7-25-1863  7-30-1878  Daughter of Jerry & ? Pittman; broken stone 
Pittman, Alice McKinnon  2-20-1884  10-16-1904   
Pittman, Phoebe Mitchell  2-20-1838  11-29-1883  Double marker with Jeremiah Pittman; old metal marker had Pheobie Pittman 
Pittman, Jeremiah   2-14-1832  9-6-1915  Double marker with Phoebe Pittman; old marker had Jerry Pittman and a birth date of 1837 and death date of 1916 
Plumley, Terrence B.  5-20-1917  12-30-2002  Double marker with Gertrude A. Plumley 
Plumley, Gertrude A.  1-3-1926  7-9-1992  Double marker with Terrence B. Plumley 
Scobey, David Lee  4-11-1933  6-30-1996  U. S. Army-Korea 
Telford, Dorothy  1907  1995  Metal marker in west edge of cemetery 
Telford, John  1900  1994  Metal marker in west edge of cemetery 
Unknown      Metal marker with Unknown for name; 6 feet north of Sarah Hale marker 
(Unknown), ???      Metal marker 6 feet south of Mark Morrow marker 
(Unknown), ???      Metal marker 6 feet north of William Mark Morrow marker 

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References to an "earlier record" usually refer to a survey conducted in the 1950's by the Nevada County Extension Homemakers' Clubs, the original of which is on file at the Nevada County Depot and Museum.

Since 1997, Jery and Jeanie McKelvy have conducted a periodic canvas of each cemetery in the county and use additional resources to keep the listings current.