Pulaski county missouri dating
An online repository of Pulaski County obituaries for genealogical research.Home to 1600 obituaries, relating to Pulaski County, Missouri between the years 1878-2012.Serving the towns of Big Piney, Bloodland, Dixon, Laquey, Swedeborg, Crocker, Gascozark, Richland, Hanna, Waynesville, Decker, Tribune, Hooker, Devil's Elbow, St. If you have an obituary that should be included in this collection please email to [email protected] Cemetery is located in Pulaski County, MO., at the former site of the town of Bloodland.The town was razed in the early 1940’s to make way for the Fort Leonard Wood military installation.
According to Tombstone Inscriptions of Pulaski County this cemetery also includes graves that were previously located in Routh Cemetery, Hicks Cemetery, and St.
Anne Cemetery, which were reburied here, under authority of a government contract in 1942.
This graveyard has approximately 40 unmarked graves, and is the subject of local legends that speak of haunting and odd events which supposedly occur here, dating back to 1942.
As you continue your journey of Route 66 from Jerome, you’ll soon enter Pulaski County, the self-proclaimed Heart of the Ozarks.
To enhance your travels, the Pulaski County Tourism Bureau offers a free brochure that has turn-by-turn directions and historic details along Pulaski’s original 33 miles of the Mother Road.
You may order it online from their website or download the brochure. Through this area, the Mother Road cuts through large rock bluffs, over streams, and through lush valleys, as well as providing numerous peeks at vintage restaurants, auto courts and service stations.