Lies on Parcel #31-11-25-0000-0010-0000, and is owned by the United States of America.   There is a ground monument is a 4 x 4 concrete post with name Arthur Penner on a metal plate.   Metal plate on tree next to ground monument reads “Arthur Pinner C.S.A.”.   Note the difference in the spelling of the last name.   Take NF 77 off SR 19, just south of the Ocklawaha River Bridge.   Go west to NF 88.   Continue 1.25 miles on NE 77 to monument and tree on the south side of road (about 20 feet off road).   It may also be confused with the ILLINGWORTH or PENNER POND CEMETERY, which is nearby.  LAKE DELANCY QUAD.   N 29o 29.537 W 81o 49.833.   (Abandoned).


Hartman’s BIOGRAPHICAL ROSTERS OF FLORIDA’S CONFEDERATE AND UNION SOLDIERS 1861-1865, vol. III, c1995, page 951, lists the following information:


Pinner, Arthur (b. 1818) enlisted 8/21/63 at Station #4, FRR and was detached to make shoes for his neighborhood in late 1863.”

According to Putnam County Marriage Book D: Arthur Pinner and Betty Chauncy were married on November 1, 1877.


Mary E. Murphy

Putnam County Cemeterian



Last updated 7/22/2017


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