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61. Union Cemetery Union Cemetery June 9, 1910 Union Cemetery is one of the oldest burial places of Kansas City, being established in 1857 between Kansas City and Westport.

62. Union Cemetery Union Cemetery December 1922 Description of Milton Payne, Kansas City's third legal mayor succeeding John Johnson in 1855 and buried in an unmark grave (similarly to Nehemiah Holmes) in Union Cemetery. Description of Payne also as...

63. Union Cemetery Union Cemetery December 1922 Brief descripton of John Johnson, second legal mayor of Kansas City for about a month in 1855 before being succeeded by Milton Payne.

64. Union Cemetery Union Cemetery Manuscript about Kansas City's Union Cemetery (number 14).

65. Union Cemetery Union Cemetery December 1922 One brief paragraph about "[t]wo pioneer physicians of Westport," Dr. Henry Foote Hereford, or Henry Hereford, and Dr. Joel Morris.

66. Union Cemetery Union Cemetery Two reels of film available in the library contain burial records for 1889-1978, original deed book, soldiers graves, etc.

67. Union Cemetery Union Cemetery December 1922 Listing of people "born in the 18th Century" and buried in Union Cemetery including Richard Simpson (born in 1770), Mrs. Elizabeth Porter (born in 1750), Reverend James Porter (born in 1786), and Mrs....

68. Union Cemetery Union Cemetery December 1922 Description of members of the local Porter family interred at Union Cemetery, including Elizabeth Porter (1750-1845), a native of Ireland and widow of Samuel Porter, her son Reverend James Porter (1786-1851),...

69. Union Cemetery Union Cemetery December 1922 Mention of Mrs. Gerald Hughes, Sr., of 4333 Charlotte Street, a granddaughter of Rebecca Littrell Metcalf, or Rebecca Metcalf ("born in Winchester, Virginia, July 4, 1776").

70. Union Cemetery Union Cemetery December 1922 One paragraph about four interments at Union Cemetery, all "members of the original Town-site Company [sic]," including John McCoy, Jacob Ragan, William Gillis, and William Chick.

71. Union Cemetery Union Cemetery December 1922 Listing of Stephen Maughs (born in 1776), Mrs. Rebecca Metcalf (born in 1776), and Dr. Joshua Norton (born in 1796), et al., as Union Cemetery interments born in the 18th century.

72. Union Cemetery Union Cemetery December 1922 Mention of "a child of Clara Gregory Cannon, [or Clara Cannon] whose mother was Mr. [William S.] Gregory's second wife," buried in Union Cemetery. Also in the same paragraph a description of Eliza Gregory...

73. Union Cemetery Union Cemetery December 1922 Mention of the "John Campbell lot" at Union Cemetery, evidently the burial place for William Gillis, Michael Dively, and Alexander Majors.

74. Union Cemetery Union Cemetery December 1922 Brief description of W. Ewing Hall, buried in Union Cemetery and for "many years a well-known attorney of this city who married the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse L. Porter."

75. Union Cemetery Union Cemetery View of numerous tombstones. Cemetery located at 28th and Warwick Trafficway.

76. Union Cemetery Crypts Union Cemetery Crypts 1989 Full frontal view of two crypts. Cemetery located at 28th and Warwick Trafficway.

77. Union Cemetery Historical Society: Tombstone Inscriptions Union Cemetery Historical Society: Tombstone Inscriptions //1986 Photo of John McCoy's (1811-1889) tombstone in Union Cemetery and listing of his vital dates.

78. Union Cemetery Tour Union Cemetery Tour June 5, 1905 A Union Cemetery tour guide booklet prepared for docents/guides for a tour in 1983. Additional commentary supplementing Mr. Goff's remarks by Fred L. Lee. Includes information on Thomas Smart, Alexander...

79. Union Hill Development Underway Union Hill Development Underway August//1983 Article about the housing development between 31st, Union Cemetery, Gillham, and Main Streets, supported by Hallmark Cards.

80. Union Hill's Future Builds Upon History Union Hill's Future Builds Upon History October 27, 2004 Article provides information concerning additional development in the Union Hill area south of Crown Center. A $50 million addition named Founders at Union Hill is planned with buildings named after several...