David Thomson Cemetery
Cedar Township, Section 7
Georgetown, Pettis County, Missouri

Condition unknown. About 2.5 miles NW of Georgetown off Hwy H on a dirt loop lane to the northeast. Thomson was a Major during the War of 1812 and a Colonel in the Mexican War. Recorded by Mrs. J. R. Carter or other lady of the D.A.R. (GCW 2004)

Update from Justin Watkins: My cousin got permission from the owner to take pictures of this cemetery. In spite of the directions listed below, we accessed this cemetery via Smelser Road. The owner of the property is Ralph Dow. I took 24 pictures, covering all the stones. One was a repeat and a couple of pictures were of two stones instead of one. One individual had a tombstone and a footstone and I took one of each. Two burials that were supposed to be at Allcorn have stones here: Nancy Enos and Shelton Reaves. Nancy Enos also has a footstone. There are a total of 24 stones. The following incorporates my transcription based on the pictures I took. It also includes the DAR transcription and a couple of burials listed on Find-A-Grave. There are two death certificates for Walker burials, one I think you have already found. The other is for Charles Clifton Walker.

General David Thomson, who served in the War of 1812, came with his family from Kentucky in the early 1830s. His wife was Elizabeth Suggett, daughter of John and Mildred (Davis) Suggett, who assisted in the defense of Bryan’s Station in Kentucky in 1782. Among his children was his daughter, who was the wife of George R. Smith, later founder of Sedalia, Missouri. Cemetery plot is enclosed with an iron fence.