Illinois Genealogy Trails

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Coles County, Illinois

Burials in Mt. Tabor Cemetery
Pleasant Grove Township
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This listing has changed!
I've retranscribed these webpages from scratch to reflect more accurately what is actually on the headstones in the cemetery.

To clarify -  this website is part of the Genealogy Trails History Group.  
 It is *not* the "homepage" of the Mount Tabor cemetery, nor was it ever meant to be thought of as "their" webpage.   
I am responsible for all maintenance, content and ownership of all pages within this website, including the webpages for this cemetery.

To that end, this webpage is only meant to be a cemetery listing - not a place for family histories, trees, multiple marriage partners, step-children, parents/step-parents not buried here, interpretations, extrapolations, etc.  It's *JUST* a listing of people buried in the cemetery.  My goal in retranscribing this data is to get back to its original format and function.

Of course, many stones are no longer viewable for various reasons and in that case, I've relied on the data in "The Prairie Sleeps" as my starting point.  
The data from that publication started out as surveys performed in 1934 by the Sally Lincoln Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR).  And then, the Coles County Genealogical Society built on those DAR readings in 1973 when they published "The Prairie Sleeps".   In the past I have gone out of my way to avoid using publications from societies out of respect for the work these societies have done and their need to finance their organizations by selling those publications to researchers.  I've had a copy of this publication since 1999, but refrained from using it on my sites for those reasons.    BUT there have been some recent events which have made me realize that nobody has respected any of MY work from this website and have felt very free to take my work and post it wherever they like and claim it as their own,  including some of those very same society members, so it seems that I'm the one living in the past and working off of outdated concerns and morals.  In short, there don't seem to be any boundaries anymore.  

So here we are, back to the basics.    I started with the Mt. Tabor portion of that original DAR reading and the ensuing The Prairie Sleeps publication,  and then I completely re-transcribed the data.  I then compared the transcription to available pictures of headstones, viewing each headstone and comparing the data from the transcription.    I transcribed all data myself, using the pictures of the headstones, making corrections to obvious errors when there was adequate proof of an error, and adding new burials as found.  
Entries were made based on the ACTUAL DATA ON THE HEADSTONES and the data printed here is "AS IS" - and that means from what the headstone says.  
That means there are listings available on other websites that say the people were buried here, but unless there was some sort of solid proof (ie., death record citation, obit, pix of headstone) they were NOT included here.

Please don't write me with your "corrections" which are actually additions or omissions - if the headstone doesn't say it, I don't want to change this original data.  
If you find an actual error in my transcription, or have a listing to add, AND you have some proof (a death record, an obit, a picture of a headstone, etc) I'll be very happy to make a note of the correction.  I usually don't change the original source data, but find that the notations satisfy the genealogist's code of not changing original source data while still making the correct data available.


Again, I am not asking for any contributions from anybody to "correct" what they feel is incomplete data.

This is a cemetery listing ONLY - These people were known to be buried in this cemetery and this is what their headstone says when it was originally read.  

Other data can be found in obituaries, death, marriage and census records - and I have thousands of those types of records online as well which you are welcome to peruse (but do NOT copy to other websites, and that includes Findagrave.)



Thanks go to Cathy Babbs for her picture of the church (which I've "prettied up" and reformatted) and the brief history which follows
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History of Mt. Tabor Church and Cemetery

[Information about the history of the Mt. Tabor Church and Cemetery was compiled and presented at a public meeting of the Coles County Historical Society in September, 1999 by Mrs. Cathy Babbs, who is a member of the Board of Directors of the Mt Tabor Church and Cemetery. She has given permission for portions of that information to accompany this compilation of the persons who are buried in the Mt Tabor Cemetery.]

The Mt. Tabor Church was organized in 1858, and the last Sunday School classes were held in 1967. The land that the Mt Tabor Church and Cemetery sets on is located in the SW 1/4 of the SE 1/4 of Section 4, Township 11 North, Range 9 East of the 3rd PM, and is located on the Lincoln Highway, about 4 miles south of Charleston, Coles Co, IL. This tract was originally entered from the government by Charles Erwin on June 20, 1837, and Charles' wife and son were listed as two of the five founding members of the Church. The property was deeded to the Trustees of the Methodist Episcopal Church on March 16, 1891 "to be used as a cemetery and to erect a church building".

At different times through the years, the Cemetery has been called the SHAVER, SHAFER, and SHAFFER Cemetery as well as the INDIAN CREEK CEMETERY.

The earliest UNMARKED burial is that of 2-day old twin Mary Ann Replogle on 28-Oct-1846.
The earliest MARKED burial is that of two-year old James W. Johns - his death date on his marker states Sept 28, 1847.

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Surnames H-Z

"From Previous Reading"
- means this data was in the original cemetery readings, but I did not find a corresponding picture of a headstone to transcribe from.  Doesn't mean it's not there, it just means I did not find a picture that I could transcribe.  Somebody, whether it was the DAR or the Coles co. society people, found a  headstone  for it at some point through the years and that's why it's included here.  I cannot confirm or deny the correctness of this data.


I can't guarantee that all names on the same stone were notated, due to the nature of the original photography of the headstones.
I have transcribed all data "AS IS" and no changes will be made to those original transcriptions -- except in the case of my own possible typos.  
Please feel free to Email Me with CORRECTIONS or additions of new burials.  

Items in quotes are engraved on the headstone.
 
This is a cemetery listing ONLY - These people were known to be buried in this cemetery and this is what their headstone says when it was originally read.  

Name

Birth Date

Death Date

Age inscriptions

Inscriptions

Other Information

Haddock, Hannah Jane 16 Jan 1872 2 Sep 1898   "his wife" [same stone as Herman and Lizzie Haddock]
Haddock, Herman Lee 2 May 1868 1 Sep 1915     [same stone as Hannah and Lizzie Haddock]
Haddock, Lizzie 30 Jun 1873 no date   "his wife" [same stone as Herman and Hannah Haddock]
Hall, Lucile Weaver 1900 1917   "wife of Willis Hall"  
Hall, Minnie April 1902 January 1986     [same stone as Palmer Hall]
Hall, Palmer December 1900 July 1973     [same stone as Minnie Hall]
Hall, Willis         from previous reading
Hamilton, Lola M. 1867 1938 72yr    
Handwerk, Albert 27 Apr 1835 29 Dec 1883   "Father" [same stone as Louise Handwerk]
Handwerk, Charles 28 Sep 1880 16 Mar 1956      
Handwerk, Dick Cooper 1879 1960     [same stone as George Handwerk]
Handwerk, Frederick W.   25 Apr 1879 aged 5m & 10d "son of Albert & L.I." [name on stone is very hard to read]
Handwerk, George 1872 1969     [same stone as Dick Handwerk]
Handwerk, Infant   25 Jan 1871   "dau of Albert & L.I."  
Handwerk, Louise 26 June 1844 1 Nov 1914   "his wife" "Mother"  
Handwerk, Threasa 9 May 1866 23 Sep 1951      
Hardman, Clara Marie 27 Aug 1910 3 May 1994      
Hayes, Allen F. 23 July 1908 28 Nov 1977   Father  
Hayes, Bertha C. 1 Jan 1911 10 Apr 2001   Mother  
Hayes, Charles E. 187? 1948?     hand carved
Hayes, Darrell L. 7 Sep 1932 21 Dec 1995   Military stone: SP3 US Army Korea 2 stones
Hayes, Janice F 31 July 1943 20 Oct 2005     [same stone as Lowell R. Hayes]
Hayes, Jerry L. 3 Aug 1951 25 Apr 2009   Pvt, Us Army  
Hayes, Josephine 1850 17 Jun 1914   wife of JH Info from previous reading. There is a footstone that reads nothing but "MOTHER"
Hayes, Joshua H.       Co C, 8 Ill Inf  
Hayes, Lowell R. [1938] -living     [same stone as Janice Hayes]
Heater, Dolly   8 Apr 1873   "dau of A. & S."  
Heater, Larence A.   22 Jul 1871 aged 4m, 12d "son of A & S.S."  
Heater, Robert L.   18 Sep 187- (4?) aged 2y, 10m, 9d "son of A. & S."  
Heater, Susan S.   18 Mar 1875 aged 36y, 11m, 12d "Wife of A."  
Heddina, J. Wesley 23 Apr 1870 9 Jul 1948      
Heddins, Abram 22 Nov 1827 10 June 1910      
Heddins, Almira   24 Jan 1879 aged 1m, 8d "dau of Chas. & M.A." [same stone as Mary M. Heddins]
Heddins, Alva L. 1924 1924      
Heddins, Alvin         from previous reading
Heddins, Barbara E. 1831 1885     Death Record B. 1, p. 79 gives death date of Feb 18, 1883 at age 40-2-1. Assuming the record is correct (and that IS an assumption), the birth date would be Dec 17, 1842.[same stone as Oscar and Inez Heddins]
Heddins, Belle N. 1885 1936     [same stone as Clark Heddins]
Heddins, Charlie 1843 1929     [same stone as Mary F. Heddins]
Heddins, Charlotte H. 1872 1903      
Heddins, Clark H. 1872 1942   "son of C & M.A." [same stone as Belle Heddins]
Heddins, Cleo C. 1909 1909      
Heddins, Forrest         from previous reading
Heddins, Gerald E. 1927 1936      
Heddins, Henry H.   11 OCT 1855 aged 16y, 7m, 19d    
Heddins, Hester Helen (or Ellen?)       aged 11 from previous reading
Heddins, Inez 1858 1905     [same stone as Oscar and Barbara Heddins]
Heddins, Infant 1876 1876     from previous reading
Heddins, Infant 1877 1877     from previous reading
Heddins, Isaiah   29 Jul 1866 aged 72y, 4m, 19d "Volunteer in the War of 1812" [same stone as Saloma Heddins]
Heddins, Margaret A.   25 Mar 1879 aged 34y, 5m, 24d "wife of C. Heddins"  
Heddins, Mary F. 1862 1941     [same stone as Charlie Heddins]
Heddins, Mary M.   17 Dec 1866 aged 7m, 10d "dau of Chas. & M.A." [same stone as Almira Heddins]
Heddins, Oscar 1924 1913     [same stone as Barbara and Inez Heddins]
Heddins, R.L. 1848 1958     [probably an error in birth year] same stone as W.L. Heddins
Heddins, Saloma   6 June 1889 aged 84y, 10m, 16d "Wife of I." [same stone as Isaiah Heddins]
Heddins, W.L. 1867 1941     [same stone as R.L. Heddins]
Heddins, Wilbur W. 1906 1950      
Hill, Edith Albright       wife of JR from previous reading
Hill, Eliza 23 Nov 1841 9 Oct 1925      
Hill, Harriet   5 Dec 1878   "Wife of S.H. and Dau of R & N Corbin"  
Hill, James Richard         from previous reading
Hill, Joseph E. 1867 1946      
Hill, Nancy Jane          
Hill, Roscoe 1 Jan 1891 1892   son of JR & EA from previous reading
Hill, Samuel Huston 21 Aug 1836 5 Jun 1913     from previous reading
Hill, William Thomas 19 Apr 1865 2 Dec 1933   son of S.H. & H.C. from previous reading
Hugg, Florence 1906 1980     Harper Swickard funeral marker
Hussong, Charles E. 31 Apr 1931 5 May 1953      
Hussong, David R. 1866 1940      
Hussong, Estella 1891 1959      
Hussong, Reuben 12 Dec 1915 24 Oct 1947   Military Stone: "Ill. PFC Ord Depot"  
Hussong, Russell Lowell   17 Dec 1928 [4 mos old]   [src: obit]
Jack, Charles H. 1857 1931     [same stone as Victoria Jack]
Jack, Victoria 1865 1943     [same stone as Charles Jack]
Jiles, Malinda J.   5 Nov 1854 aged 1m, 28d dau of J. & M.J.  
Jiles, Wm. Henry 1843 20 Oct 1853   son of J. & M.J. from previous reading
Johns, Alice Florance 1885 1939      
Johns, James W.   28 Sep 1847 aged 2y, 9m, 1d "son of J. & J." First burial in cemetery
Johns, Manerva J.   28 Apr 1850   dau of J. & J. date/inscription not readable. Data from previous reading
Justice, Bessie 1878 1907     discrepancy of birth date from 1 stone
Justice, Bessie V. 25 Mar 1887 21 Jan 1907   "Dau. of I.H. & Martha Bennett" 2nd stone, shared with Myrtle, Grant and William Justice
Justice, George W. 1858 1922   Father  
Justice, Grant 1863 1962      
Justice, Lester 12 May 1908 31 Aug 1970   military stone: Illinois PFC Co B 378 Infantry WW2  
Justice, Myrtle 1884 1962      
Justice, William 1861 1943      
Kelley, Sarah F.   28 Sep 1875   dau of HC & M date and inscription hard to read, data is from previous reading. Last name is viewable and spelled "as is"
Kelly, Henry Clay 25 June 1843 5 Mar 1920   Co. G, 3rd Reg. US Art.  
Kelly, Martha   10 Jun 1891 aged 46y, 11m, 23d "wife of H.C."  
King family markers viewed in 1945: NK, JK & --K         from previous reading
King, Heyden 3 Aug 1830 23 Nov 1913     [same stone as Phebe King]
King, M.K.       "M.K." presumed to be Mary Kirkland - identification made by a niece of Harriet Kirkling in 1945
King, Phebe 10 Feb 1832 6 Aug 1909   "his wife" [same stone as Heyden King]
Lafferty, Robert L. 28 Jul 1926 1 Mar 1983   Military stone: S1 US Navy, WW2  
Lanman, Charles A. 1876 1951     [same stone as Loma Lanman]
Lanman, Charles L. 1909 1910     [same stone as Hester Lanman]
Lanman, Hester 1913 1915     [same stone as Charles L. Lanman]
Lanman, Loma E. 1876 1967     [same stone as Charles A. Lanman]
Larson, Callie D. 8 June 1905 30 Jan 1982      
Larson, Thomas 18 Sep 1893 9 Jul 1990   Military stone: PVT US Army WW1  
Lee, Eva F.   10 Mar 1860 aged 2y, 9m, 24d "dau of J. & M.A."  
Leitch, Benjamin F. Sr. 9 Nov 1900 18 Oct 1970      
Leitch, Betty E. 7 Apr 1937 6 Jun 1939      
Leitch, Charles A. 1867 26 Sep 1867   son of J.W. & N.J.H. from previous reading
Leitch, Charles E. 16 Apr 1836 25 Dec 1908      
Leitch, Dollie 13 Nov 1872 20 Mar 1953      
Leitch, Edgar 7 Jan 1866 29 Mar 1930      
Leitch, Ethel M. 31 Jan 1881 26 Oct 1896      
Leitch, Evart   1893     [only one date on stone]
Leitch, Ezra   1885     [only one date on stone]
Leitch, Franklin M. 30 Mar 1893 15 Nov 1896      
Leitch, Grant 16 Feb 1862 1 Oct 1930      
Leitch, Harriet N. 2 Aug 1847 14 Apr 1924      
Leitch, Ida May   18 Oct 1874 aged 9d "dau of C.E. & M."  
Leitch, Infant   17 Jul 1867 1 yr dau of RV& E from previous reading
Leitch, James W. 17 Sep 1839 17 Feb 1914   "He lived for others" [same stone as Laura Leitch]
Leitch, Jane   15 Sep 1862   dau of C.E. & M. from previous reading
Leitch, Joseph A. 1856 1931     [same stone as Phebe Leitch]
Leitch, Julian 27 Dec 1907 6 Jan 1968      
Leitch, Laura E. 30 Dec 1852 8 June 1926     [same stone as James Leitch]
Leitch, Mahala   11 Jan 1887 aged 49y, 22d "wife of C.E."  
Leitch, Mary R. 25 Jun 1897 13 Jan 1982      
Leitch, Phebe J. 1860 1946     [same stone as Joseph Leitch]
Leitch, William 1861 7 Mar 1863   son of J.W. & N.J.H. from previous reading
Leitch, William B. 5 Dec 1847 28 Nov 1914   "He lived for others"  
Leitch, William H. 28 Jul 1894 7 June 1973   military stone: PFC US Army WW1  
Linn, John Wilber 1 Feb 1916 d. 23 Oct 1981      
Marlette, Clara B. 1902 1986      
Mason, Caroline 30 --- 1833 22 --- 1899     chunk of stone with months missing [same stone as John Mason]
Mason, John 17 May 1822 4 Apr 1875     [same stone as Caroline Mason]
Mason, Minnie B 1869 1945      
Millage, Eliza P. 17 Nov 1851 7 Jan 1904   "His wife" [same stone as George Millage]
Millage, George H. 22 Nov 1847 21 Jun 1917     [same stone as Eliza Millage]
Millage, Walter M. 1876 1955      
Miller, George France 1890 1969     [same stone as Verna Miller]
Miller, Verna Smith 1887 1973     [same stone as George Miller]
Mitchell, Nancy H. Jan. 6, 1828 Feb. 13, 1880     Src: death register, bk1, pg 34
Morrison, Bessie L. 1890 16 Apr 1894   dau of J.W. & E.J. from previous reading - stone hard to read
Morrison, John W. 1 Jan 1837 5 Dec 1906   Co. C, 8 Ill. Inf. "GAR" [same stone as Emily Morrison]
Morrison, Virginia C.   1 Sep 1870 aged 21y, 11m, 17d "wife of J.W."  
Myers, Elizabeth   16 May 1907 aged 74y "His wife" [same stone as John Myers]
Myers, Jacob M. 1858 1945     [same stone as Martha Myers]
Myers, John   23 May 1903 aged72y   [same stone as Elizabeth Myers]
Myers, Martha M. 1863 1951     [same stone as Jacob Myers]
Myers, Paul B. 1894 1948      
Myers, Walter H. 1887 1893      
Nees, Alice   27 Sep 1881 aged 17y, 7m "dau of Wm. & Nancy"  
Nees, Ellen 26 Apr 1857     "his wife" [only 1 date on stone]
Nees, Lou Zeta         Data from Coles Co Death Register Book 1, p. 84
Nees, Nathan 21 Jan 1855 11 Sep 1913      
Newman, Chas. R. 1870 1939     [same stone as Daisy Newman]
Newman, Daisy 1883 1959     [same stone as Chas. Newman]
Newman, Nancy Pierce   19 Feb 1909 aged 72y, 13d "wife of W.H." [same stone as W.H. Newman]
Newman, W.H.   9 Oct 1923     [same stone as Nancy Newman]
Nichols, Clide 1 Nov 1891 10 Nov 1891   son of CW & S from previous reading
Nichols, Cratius White 11 June 1848 15 June 1928     from previous reading, with correction to name
Nichols, Delila 28 Jan 1878 28 Feb 1878   dau of CW & S from previous reading
Nichols, Freddie A. 1 Apr 1886 13 Sep 1886   son of CW & S from previous reading
Nichols, Infant 30 Aug 1888 5 Sep 1888   son of CW & S from previous reading
Nichols, Sarah   29 July 1900 aged 51y, 5m, 7d "wife of CW"  
Nichols, Sherman 8 Oct 1875 28 Feb 1876   son of CW & S from previous reading
Olmsted, Amanda C. 1874 1957      
Olmsted, Carl H. 1873 1955      

Name

Birth Date

Death Date

Age inscriptions

Inscriptions

Other Information

Packer, Della May   Nov 26, 1900 aged 6y dau of O.T. & M.A. Packer  
Parker, Benjamin   20 Jan 1866 aged 55y, 5d    
Parker, Elijah E. 26 Jul 1860 7 May 1894      
Parker, Margaret Wilson 11 Oct 1814 15 Dec 1873   "wife of Benj."  
Parker, Mary L. 16 Jan 1861 5 May 1946   wife of E.E. Parker  
Parker, Nancy Lemons         hand carved. No dates.
Parkison, James W.         from previous reading
Parkison, Margaret   1 Aug 1851 aged 49y, 9m, 9d "wife of Jas. W."  
Paxton, D.H.   18 May 1917   Pvt Army Co. C., 11 Ind. Inf. from previous reading
Paxton, L.H.         from previous reading
Paxton, Leah   12 Feb 1890 aged 41y, 9m, 8d "wife of D.H."  
Paxton, Melvina   27 June 1906 aged 45y "wife of D.H."  
Pearcy, "Eb" R. 22 Jul 1882 16 Apr 1967     [same stone as Ida Pearcy]
Pearcy, Clarence Eugene 15 Jul 1925 17 Aug 1925     data from Harper-Swickard Funeral Home records
Pearcy, Dale 20 Dec 1923 20 Dec 1923     no pix. data from Harper-Swickard Funeral Home records
Pearcy, Ida May 15 Sep 1887 5 Nov 1940     [same stone as Eb Pearcy
Pearcy, Infant 1 Aug 1915 1 Aug 1915     data from Harper Swickard funeral records
Pearcy, Roscoe Homer     d. Apr. 23, 1915   [source: obit]
Pearson, Reuben A. 1901 1919     [same stone as Sybil Pearson, his sister]
Pearson, Susanna 1870 1950     funeral home marker
Pearson, Sybil Bidle 1896 1918   "his sister"  
Perry, Benjamin D.   10 Dec 1893 aged 31y, 11m, 12d    
Perry, Fannie 30 Nov 1832 14 Feb 1919   "wife of S."  
Perry, S.         from previous reading
Pierce, Roy W. 1903 1905      
Popham, Emma J. 5 Jul 1869 14 May 1899   "dau of J.M. & D.A. Anderson"  
Popham, Francis 2 Jun 1838 22 May 1908      
Popham, Fred         from previous reaading
Popham, Homer 25 Dec 1890 1 May 1919   "son of Francis & Sarah" [Military inscription hard to read: "Cpl ---? Co. 3 Cav. M.P."
Popham, Sarah E. 29 Dec 1844 17 Jul 1905      
Rahn, Frank T.   20 Oct 1942 aged 50y, 4m, 25d   [funeral home tin marker]
Rahn, Mary Bidle 1890 1941      
Redwine, John Calhoun   6 Apr 1874 aged 27y, 5m, 21d   [This is supposedly the only confederate soldier buried in this cemetery]
Redwine, Louisa A.   22 Jul 1883 aged 32y, 6m, 18d "wife of John C."  
Rennels, Jesse 28 Aug 1907 23 Sep 1907   "son of Walter W. & Clara"  
Rennels, Lillie Walker   16 Apr 1902 aged 26y, 7m, 17d "wife of Walter W."  
Replogle - "4 Infants 1844-1853"         funeral home marker
Replogle, America Virginia 26 Mar 1844 25 Oct 1847   dau of D. & E.B. from previous reading
Replogle, Charles M. 1879 1957     [same stone as Sue Replogle]
Replogle, David 19 Apr 1806 17 Jan 1878     [same stone as Eliza and Mariah Replogle]
Replogle, Della 1882 1968     [same stone as Elmer Replogle]
Replogle, Eliza 17 Sep 1811 26 June 1848   "married Feb 24, 1831" [same stone as David and Mariah Replogle]
Replogle, Ella Mae   15 nov 1890 aged 23y, 1m, 1d "dau of M. & V.L."  
Replogle, Elmer S. 1876 1961   "married Mar. 10, 1901" [same stone as Della Replogle]
Replogle, Eva Ann       infant from previous reading
Replogle, Infants   10 Aug 1916   "Son & Dau of Elmer & Della" only 1 date
Replogle, Irma Lois 31 Mar 1903 20 Aug 1905   "dau of W.M. & Mattie"  
Replogle, John Wm. 5 Feb 1853 22 Sep 1853   son of D. & E.B. from previous reading
Replogle, Lula M.   5 Aug 1876 aged 2y, 2m, 2d "dau of M. & V.L."  
Replogle, Mariah White 26 Aug 1817 13 Aug 1892   "married 19 Feb 1850" [same stone as David and Eliza Replogle]
Replogle, Martha E. 1875 1942   "Mother" [same stone as William Replogle]
Replogle, Mary Ann       infant from previous reading
Replogle, Matthias 1841 1922   GAR - Co. C., 123 Ill, Vols. [same stone as Virginia L. Replogle]
Replogle, Mertie 22 Oct 1874 7 Dec 1894   "Dau. Of M.&A. Comer; wife of William"  
Replogle, Muriel Frances 8 June 1904 22 Jan 1916   "dau of Elmer & Della"  
Replogle, Sue 1875 1957     [Same stone as Charles Replogle]
Replogle, Virginia L. 1850 1921     [same stone as Matthias Replogle]
Replogle, William M. 1872 1949     [same stone as Martha Replogle]
Roberts, Charles 17 Nov 1817 10 July 1892     Coles Co Death Register Book 1, p. 175.
Roberts, M.   2 May 1881 aged 70y, 5m, 15d "wife of C."  
Sampson, Cecil May 24 Dec 1900 25 Jul 1913     alternate dates from Death Register Bk 5, p. 363: b.24 Dec. 1899- d.25 Aug 1912
Sanders, Alexis Dawn 7 Aug 1998 6 Aug 2003      
Schnorf, Alma M. 1867 1910      
Schnorf, Arthur G. 1866 1942     [same stone as Alma Schnorf]
Schnorf, Grace Myers 10 Apr 1889 17 Feb 1976      
Schnorf, Nancy E.   29 Jun 1896 (or 98?) 1y, 2m, 13d "dau of A.G. & A."  
Shaffer, Blanch Corbin 26 May 1888 21 Jun 1921     from previous reading
Shaver, Amanda E.   15 Oct 1861 aged 12y, 10m, 21d "dau of John & Sallie(?)"  
Shaver, Austin 1870 1958     [same stone as Ova Shaver]
Shaver, John   31 Oct 1855 aged 44y   [same stone as Sallie Shaver]
Shaver, Leland   11 Sep 1902   "son of (Edwin?) & Daisy only 1 date.
Shaver, Mary E.   6 Sep 1855 9m, 12d "dau of J. & S."  
Shaver, Ova R. 1870 1953     [same stone as Austin Shaver]
Shaver, Sallie   27 Mar 1904 aged 88y, 8m, 12d "his wife" [same stone as John Shaver]
Shaver, W.T.   15 Dec 1876 aged 33y, 1m, 15d    
Siliznoff, George (1922 - living)       [same stone as Georgeanna Siliznoff]
Siliznoff, Georgeanna Bidle 25 Jan 1917 6 Feb 2002     [same stone as George Siliznoff]
Simpson, Douglas 1961 1961     from previous reading
Siron, A.A.       wife of J. from previous reading
Siron, infant 30 Oct 1884 30 Oct 1884   dau of J. & A.A. from previous reading
Siron, Joseph         from previous reading
Smith, Annetta 20 Nov 1847 25 Jan 1901   "his wife" [same stone as John Smith]
Smith, Charles   4 Mar 1867 aged 2m, 11d "son of J.H. & A."  
Smith, Elizabeth V.   30 Jul 1904 aged 26y, 5m, 16d "wife of W.L."  
Smith, John H. 21 Sep 1837 no death date     [same stone as Annetta Smith]
Smith, Josephine B. 1864 1940     [same stone as William H. Smith]
Smith, Sarah F. (or L.?)   3 Sep 1874 aged 9m, 2d? "son of J.H. & A." stone is hard to read
Smith, W.L.         from previous reading
Smith, William H. 1866 1936     [same stone as Josephine Smith]
Stewart, Alta 2 oct 1912 26 May 1917   "dau of O.G. & E."  
Stewart, E.       wife of O.G. from previous reading
Stewart, Fred 5 Apr 1914 30 Mar 1917   "son of O.G. & E."  
Stewart, O.G.         from previous reading
Streeter, Harriet 15 June 1849 8 Jan 1913   "wife of S.A."  
Streeter, Squire A. 18 Feb 1848 29 Jul 1930 (1900?)      
Tappan, Karen Kay Conard   living   "sister" [same stone as Erik Conard - living]
Taylor, Joe E. 9 June 1901 16 june 1977   Military stone: WAGR US Army WW1 [same stone as Sophronia Taylor]
Taylor, Sophronia L. 1904 1965     [same stone as Joe Taylor]
Tinsman, Essie M. 1891 1964   "married Dec 31, 1910" [same stone as J. Alfred Tinsman]
Tinsman, J. Alfred 1888 1971   "married Dec 31, 1910" [same stone as Essie Tinsman]
Tinsman, L.E. 24 Jul 1882 23 Apr 1955     [same stone as Zella Tinsman]
Tinsman, Virgil R. 28 Dec 1923 2 Oct 1924   "son of Alfred & Essie"  
Tinsman, Zella M. DeVore 15 Apr 1886 3 Jul 1924   "his wife" [same stone as L.E. Tinsman]
Tucker, James   d. 12 Dec 1879 aged 83y    
Tucker, Mary A. 2 Dec 1820 30 Dec 1896   "Wife of Thomas"  
Tucker, Thos.       "Co. B, 123 Ill. Inf"  
Waggoner, Earnest R.   19 Sep 1894 aged 4m, 8d "son of Wm. J. & M.E."  
Walker, Charles 1870 1930     [same stone as Fannie Walker]
Walker, E.J.       wife of W. from previous reading
Walker, Edward D. 1836 1885     [same stone as Martha Walker"
Walker, Fannie 1871 1944     [same stone as Charles Walker]
Walker, Martha M. 1849 1927      
Walker, Standley B.   10 May 1868 aged 1?, 8m, 8d   hard to readÂ…
Walker, William         from previous reading
Walters, Matilda A. 18 Feb 1880 26 Jan 1901   "wife of (W.T.?)"  
Walters, W.T.         from previous reading
Wells, Albert Clyde 16 May 1889 23 Dec 1979   Military stone: PFC US Army WW1  
Werden, Horace W. 19 Aug 1891 6 Sept 1975      
Werden, Lydia E. 14 May 1854 10 Aug 1950   "His Wife" "Mother" [same stone as Winfield Werden]
Werden, Winfield S. 29 Oct 1859 29 Sep 1906   "Father" [same stone as Lydia Werden]
White, Baby Elizabeth 18 June 1919 1 Aug 1921   "dau of Bess & Alfred"  
White, Catharine 28 May 1831 24 nov 1913     Coles Co Death Register book 6, p. 23 [no pix]
White, Clarence(?)   17 Sep 1880 aged 5m, 10d   [first name and parents names are very hard to read
White, James Alfred Sr. 19 Aug 1887 29 Jul 1962      
White, Thomas M. 1855 1917     Harper Swick Funeral home marker
Williams, Alice 28 Jan 1865 29 Apr 1911     [same stone as John Williams]
Williams, Clarence R. 1 Feb 1903 18 Apr 1905   Son of W.E. & Lela  
Williams, Delila   21 Feb 1879 aged 50y, 6m, 13d "wife of Finis E."  
Williams, Elisa 1895 1941      
Williams, F.E.   18 Jul 1869 aged 42y, 4m, 16d    
Williams, John H. 16 Aug 1862 25 Sep 1948   "Our Parents" [same stone as Alice Williams]
Williams, John T. 2 Apr 1903 23 Jan 1920   "son of J.H. & Alice"  
Winkleblack, Nellie 1890 1982     [same stone as William Winkleblack]
Winkleblack, Vera June 1923 1934     [same stone as Virgil Winkleblack]
Winkleblack, Virgil Leroy 1909 1910     [same stone as Vera Winkleblack]
Winkleblack, William 1889 1966     [same stone as Nellie Winkleblack]



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