Mystery Stone

This engraved stone currently sits in Uniontown’s park on the city square.

Until recently an engraved stone in Uniontown’s City Park was surrounded by clumps of tall grass.

On May 14, Uniontown City Superintendent Bobby Rich was working on the mound that used to contain the grass.

This pictured stone is a mystery to Rich.

“We don’t know where it came from,” he said.

The lettering is mostly weathered off, and almost unreadable.

If the public knows information about the origin of the stone, contact Uniontown City Hall, at 756-4742.

5 thoughts on “Mystery Stone”

  1. There were Hornaday’s in Fort Scott. Maybe try combing the newspapers available through Kansas State Historical Society to see if you can find information on the stone.

    1. That’s what I meant Z.A. Hornaday, son is Grant Hornaday was the President of First National Bank of Fort Scott

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