Mt Zion Church & Cemetery, Boone County, Missouri

Mt Zion Church and Cemetery


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Reply Evelyn Richard
7:22 PM on May 31, 2016 
My great-great grandfather was Wilson Grady. Was your 3x grandmother Mattie Howell Points?
Reply Julie Frasher
12:19 PM on May 21, 2014 
Greetings! I'm so thrilled to find this site! Both Wilson Grady and Dr. John W. Points are my 4x great grandfathers. I'm just working now on that branch of my family tree and this site has helped me tremendously. Thank you!
Reply Brenda Perkes
12:46 PM on February 19, 2014 
I live in Denver and was searching through your photo album. My great great grandmother who is buried there. In looking at your photos I discovered a picture of a headstone of her brother in law. I was so excited because I didn't know anyone else was buried there! Thanks for sharing those photos :)
Reply Bob Sturgill
8:38 AM on July 2, 2013 
Hello, I live in Springfield Missouri and have started doing research on my family. I have found that the Leach's, Wrights, and Riggs were relatives. James and Susan Wright were great, great, grandparents and Caleb and Emily Leach were my great grandparents. I plan on visiting in the next couple of months to see if I can find out more information about them and their lives. Thank you.
Reply John Schloot
2:28 PM on March 27, 2013 
Congratulations to the Mt. Zion Board for the hard work in attaining your new Historic status. Mt. Zion Church is a huge part of Boone County history and I am happy to see it being properly preserved and maintained. Good work!
Reply Bonnie
8:57 AM on January 28, 2011 
Anyone needing more information should call Floyd and Bonnie at 573-696-3619
Reply Bonnie Durk
11:45 AM on October 13, 2010 
The Mt. Zion Cemetery Association hope this site has been some help to you.