* Martha A Georges' stone says she was the wife of S N George. Also, the stone has some damage at the date, making it hard to determine if the DOD was actually on the 19th.
Must have been something going around in Dec 1889. My gggrandmother, Mary Elizabeth (Tyner) Tharp died on 20 Dec 1889.
Now, while this may not have cleared anything up for you, there may still be a way. Almost all of the burials in this little cemetery were conducted by one funeral home. And that funeral home is still in business today, after a sort. It is Ben Cast and Sons-Woods Funeral Home, located in Holden, MO. When I stopped there to try to find this cemetery, the gentleman I talked to looked in an old funeral book, to see if he could find anything for me. He did. He found that my gggrandfather, Samuel H Tharp, died on 24 Feb 1889, and was buried in an imitation rosewood coffin, 6'0'' long, the following day. He also had the record of his wife and a daughter in law.
By the way, the cemetery is called the Quick Cemetery, and is located in Johnson Co, MO, in Rose Hill Twp, Section 22, Twp 44N, R28W.