Vermejo Cemetery
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Transcribed by Dixie Odom and Nancy Robertson.

The Vermejo Cemetery is located one-half mile south of NM SR 505 at the Stubblefield Dam. The dam is located approximately seven miles west of Maxwell, NM. The three rows, from the south to the north, were recorded from the east to the west by Dixie Odom and Nancy Robertson on 2 November 2001.
The brackets "[ ]" indicate additional information not found on the tombstone.  This cemetery is on private land and has no access road. Persons wishing to visit the cemetery should contact Ernie Jaskolski, c/o New Mexico Genealogical Society for additional information. (Section 23/ T27N-R21E; UTM 13S 528,700-4045,189).

Z Alic HERNDON Odd Fellows [marker]  d.1913

Ernest Robert STUBBLEFIELD 14 Jan 1898-8 May 1902 son of Rease and [Ari]Zona [LITTRELL] STUBBLEFIELD [m.1896]

Mattie SMITH 19 years, 3 months, 11 days d.4Feb l878 Daughter of Mrs. [Anna] Dr(uzilla BRUMLEY] SOUTH [m. Wilson Newton SOUTH, 1883]

Joel ESTES 25 May 1806-31 Dec 1875 Rachel Catherine [RUSH] LITTRELL  15 Mar 1850- 14Aprl887

Clarence M. LITTRELL 16 Jan 1883- 14 Mar 1904

2 infants, LITTRELL 27 0ct l 888-5 Nov l888

C. M. L.

 Mandy SHOUP 1884-1886

 Nancy M[alinda FRY] [STUBBLEFIELD] SHOUP  1845-[20Sep] 1907

Thomas C. SHOUP * 1839-1929 [m. 30 May 1882]

J. W. PAXTON Co. I, 8 MO, S. S. CAV

Clark GALE 1822-4 Mar 1890  [father of Carry GALE, m. Marion  LITTRELL, m. 1879] [father of Jay. C GALE, m. Mattie STUBBLEFIELD, m. 1888]

[* The following information was extracted from June Lofgreen 's book, New Mexico Burials Out of Union County, p. 122:   SHOUP, Thomas Charles, b. 17Nov 1839, IN, d. 5 Feb 1929, Folsom, NM. 89 yr 2 mo 19 da Pioneer of this area; was in Folsom section when the state was a territory. Wife: Nancie; she died many years ago.
Father: Martin C. SHOUP, b. IN; mother: Mary PANCAKE, b. IN. Survived by 5 children, bur: 7 Feb 1929, Maxwell, NM. Informant: Mrs. Minnie HONEY, Folsom, NM; death certificate The Clayton News, Thurs., 14 Feb 1929, Clayton, NM]

Sauz Creek (Johnson) Cemetery
Colfax County, New Mexico

 Transcribed by Marty May Field

The Sauz Creek or Johnson Cemetery is located 4.5 miles south of Abbott on the west side of State Highway 39. Sauz Creek is a tributary of the Canadian River. The Cemetery was recorded in December 1999 by Marty Mayfield, 266 Iron Avenue, Raton, NM 87740, (505) 455-3519. (NE'/4, Section 10/T23N-R25E, Abbot Lake Quadrangle map).

1. Wiley H. JOHNSON 1838-1915

2. Jane INMAN JOHNSON 1841-1916

3. Theadore D. JOHNSON 1863-1934

4. E. Maude JOHNSON 1869-1945 

5. E.Vay JOHNSON 1878-1949

6. Corinne L. JOHNSON 1873-1956

7. William J. KUYENDALL 1873-1956

8. Mary A. KUYENDALL 1875-1950

9. CHK

10. J L B

11. LBK

12. A. Monta McCARTY 1899-1956

13. Lois McCARTY 1909-1996

14. Stafford O. JOHNSON 1900-1967

 15. Beatrice A. JOHNSON Dec l, 1907-Nov l5, 1986

 16. Bill JOHNSON 1935 - 1969

The Map is not shown here. 

Editorial Note (E.P.J.): There is also a Johnson Mesa Cemetery 13 miles east of Raton on NM 72, and a Johnson Park (or St. John's Methodist) Cemetery 13 miles SE of Raton. Both of these cemeteries have been recorded in Friends of Raton Anthropology, Vol. 5, No. 5, p. 32-33. Copies are available at the Albuquerque Special Collections Library. Some of the publications have also been placed on microfiche and microfilm and can be ordered through your local Family History Center. c2005