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Big Woods Church and Cemetery
Dupage County, Illinois

Located on Eola Road

Partial Listing of Some Veterans' graves

I attended the dedication of Revolutionary War Soldier Israel Putnam Warner in May 2008,
and snapped some pictures of the other veterans buried in the Cemetery.

More names of those buried here would be welcomed!

Hall, Elizabeth F.
Dau of Wm and E. Hall
d. Oct 29. 1843, aged 3y, 2mo
(Thought to be sibling of John Hall, Civil War Soldier)

Hall, Charles H.
Son of Wm. & E. Hall
d. Oct 28, 1843, aged 7y, 5mo
(Thought to be sibling of John Hall, Civil War Soldier)

Wife of
(This is believed to be the stone of Elizabeth Hall, mother of Civil War soldier John Hall and wife of William Hall)

 Stone Being Restored - Info is typed on a sheet of paper in the cemetery

Son of William and E. Hall
Died at Jefferson Barracks St. Louis
In the service of his country.
Aug. 18, 1863, aged 31 yrs, 3 mo
(Believed to be gravestone of JOhn Jall, Civil War Soldier)

  Stone Being Restored - Info is typed on a sheet of paper in the cemetery

Francis D



Lawrence J. Routa
Mar 18 1922 - Mar 15 1983
His Memory will remain forever,
with love, in our hearts

J.C. Truesdale
105 PA Inf.

Elijah B. Ketchum
Corp. Co. A.
15 Ill Cav
Nov 30 1830
Mar 25 1912


William Finch
Dec 28 1821 - Nov 26, 1895

His Wife
Aug 11 1826 - Mar 31, 1875

Sarah W.
Wife of David McKee
Died Mar 22, 1886
Aged 69 yrs, 6 mod

David McKee
Apr 8 1881
Aged 80 yrs, 6 mos

Marvin L. Moyer
PFC 31 MG BN 11 Div
World War 1
May 5 1891 -- May 25 1952

Revolutionary War Soldier & Patriot
Israel Putnam Warner
May 27, 1768 - Jan 21, 1862
Son of Col. Seth Warner
Military Courier at Age 9 in the Battle of Bennington
Pvt. Green Mountain Boys
Served 1777-1783

Dedicated May 31, 2008 by
Big Woods Church
Fox Valley Genealogical Society
City of Aurora
Israel Warner's Descendants
Fort Payne Chapter, NSDAR
Naperville Heritage Society
Fox Valley Chapter, NSSAR
Northwest Territory Alliance

Grandson of the Patriot
William Jeptha Kenyon
July 31, 1840 - apr. 20, 1863
Pvt. Co. K. 13th Illinois Infantry
Died Near Vicksburg, Mississippi

Daughter of the Patriot
Esther Warner Kenyon
May 28, 1804 -- Mar 7, 1864

Grandson of the Patriot
Israel Warner Kenyon
Nov 29 1834 -- Apr 10, 1864
Cpl. Co. K., 13th Illinois Infantry
Wounded and Disabled in Civil War

Original Stone with new stone placed at base.


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