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Looking for burials

Posted: 1367863112000
Classification: Query
Surnames: Hollenback, Newland
In 1833 John Hollenback and his wife Jane migrated from Cabell Co., VA to Lincoln Co., MO with their daughter Catherine and her husband Martin Newland. John Hollenback d 1851 and Jane before the 1860 census.

Martin Newland purchased 3 parcels of land from the U.S. Land Office:

10 Mar 1856 - Certificate 30706

Martin Newland of Lincoln Co., MO purchased land from the U. S. at the Palmyra Land Office being SE 1/4 of NE 1/4 of the SE 1/4 Sec 25 T50 R1W - 80 acres

and on the same date Certificate 30712

SE 1/4 of SE 1/4 Sec 25 T50 R1 W 40 acres

2 May 1859 - Certificate 33239
Martin Newland of Lincoln Co., MO purchased from the U. S. Land Office at Palmyra the S1/2 of Lot #2 of the NW 1/4 of Sec 30 T50 R1E in the District lands formerly for sale at Palmyra now Boonville, Missouri containing 36.39 acres

I cannot find any burial information online for any of this family, neither the Hollenbacks or the Newlands. Martin Newland died 30 May 1880 and Catherine Hollenback Newland died 26 Nov 1893. Would there be an obit for Catherine?

I found this on the Lincoln Co. Rootsweb website.
Newland Cemetery

Census: "Gone But Not Forgotten, Vol. X"

Does anyone have access to this book who will look to see what it says about this cemetery?

Could the name of the cemetery have changed over time but still be located on what was Martin Newland's land in Section 25 T50 R1W?

I'd appreciate any assistance someone can offer in learning when John and Jane Hollenback died and where they're buried; where Martin and Catherine Hollenback Newland are buried; or any local history that may have been written about the family.
LouAnn in NC

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