Palm Beach County, Florida
Arnold Ave and Lantana Road
Contributed by Tom Shoemaker, Mar 19, 2002 [email@example.com]. Total records = 18.
The location of this cemetery is on the SE corner of Arnold Ave and Lantana Road (which is east of I-95 and west of the FEC train tracks). This cemetery consist of 18 head stones which represent 8 pioneer families.
In a local history book by Mary Lineham (out of print), it is stated that there are actually about 40 graves there with most of them not marked.
The first to be buried there were two ship wrecked sailors who had been washed ashore. Other sailors were known to be buried there including two from the shipwreck of "Inchulva". Another unmarked grave is that of Rose Bradley who was born in November 1878 and died at age 16. An unnamed woman who died in a fire has a grave there. Also, it was stated that Will and Jessie Forrey are buried there but do not have tomb stones.
There is a cross that says "Father", but according to a interview a historian had with an old time resident, this is misplaced and is the marker for the AuClair family.
What I have put in "quotes" are words that were on the stone.- Tom Shoemaker
Cooley, William, d. Jun 22, 1923, "70yr 9mo 11da"
Forrey, Joseph, b. 1/27/1828, d. 6/11/1900
Garnett, Infant Daughter, b. 5/10/1989, d. 5/18/1898, "Infant Dau Of A.W. & C.M. Garnett"
Hubel, Charles E., b. 12/4/1863, d. 1/22/1886
Larson, Gustav, b. 1857, d. 1895
Larson, Minnie, b. 1847, d. 1928
Lyman, Bertha Rachel, b. 3/2/1893, d. 12/10/1893
Lyman, Mary A., b. 1863, d. 1928
Lyman, Morris B., b. 1860, d. 1924
Lyman, Morris K., b. 1836, d. 1909
Lyman, Rachel Ward, b. 1841, d. 1924
McCarley, Dan, b. 1872, d. 1950
McCarley, Infant, no dates
McCarley, Lourine, b. 1896, d. 1943
McCarley, Thomas, b. 10/20/1904, d. 9/14/1936
Warren, Grady M., "1915 17 Son of Rel & S.E."
Warren, Mary G., b. 1907, d. 1917 "Dau of Rel & S.E."
Warren, Robert E. L., b. 1869, d. 1942
also known, but not marked are:
Bradley, Rose Age 16
Will & Jessie (Ford) Forrey
Members of black families
Deaths & Obituaries: Newspapers 1690-Present