Meyers Family Cemetery has been designated a Pioneer Cemetery by the Des Moines County Pioneer Cemetery Commission.

The Meyers Family Cemetery is in Tama Township, section 17. This cemetery is located on Y Camp Road, 1 mile north of Hwy 99 on the west side of the road.

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MeyersMary ElizabethFeb 12, 1810Mar 20, 188070y 1m 12d
MeyersChristopherMar 6, 1808Jan 5, 187970y 9m 29d
MurrmannEsther18951934  Wife of Leslie Kelly
MurrmanMary E.1865942 
MurrmannFrederickOct 9, 1851Oct 20, 1919  
MurrmannCarl Fredrich Apr 7, 18947m 9d. Son of F. & M.
MurrmannInfant Sep 15, 1891Son of F. & M.
MurrmannTherresa LouisaMar 21, 1887Nov 20, 1889  
OrtHenry GarrettMar 14, 1874Aug 18, 1875 
MeyersMrs. DoraFeb 19, 1828Sep 26, 1874 
OrtMary MargretFeb 3, 1861May 12, 1865 
OrtCharles JohnNov 1, 1823May 19, 1898  "ich weiss dass mein erlöser lebet, und er wird mich hernach aus der erde auferwecken"
KrumlandLouisa T.18761937  
WalkerEmery C.Jun 1, 1901Jun 15, 1901Son of F. L. & R. L.
WalkerInfant Apr 14, 1894 20d. Daughter of F. L. & R.
GummJames WFeb 1, 1879 Mar 25, 1948 
OrtLouisa TheresaJan 9, 1842Sep 14, 1919  Wife of Charles John Ort. "in gods care"
OrtCharles JohnJul 25, 1863Nov 15, 1865 

Dry Branch Cemetery is where the Burnett-Wallen records at the Burlington library report the burials of Sophia A. (Myers) Brumm (died 15 May 1920) and Phillip Brumm (died 21 Jun 1920). Since Meyers Family Cemetery is near Dry Branch Creek along Y Camp Road one would be inclined to say Dry Branch Cemetery is an alternative name for Meyers Family Cemetery. No stones for the Brumms are currently in Meyers Family Cemetery. In the obituaries for the Brumms supplied by Lesley Saint, Dry Branch Cemetery was reported as being five miles north of Burlington. Meyers Family Cemetery is not that far from Burlington and Dry Branch Creek goes as far north as Benton Township. We need more information about Dry Branch Cemetery.


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