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Jasper County, Illinois Cemetery Listings

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Page 2 contains Cemeteries starting with letters H-Q
Page 3 contains Cemeteries starting with letters R-Z



Cemetery Map

List of Cemeteries and their Township
* Cemetery Lost or Destroyed
** No longer in use

Crooked Creek Twp

Andrews
Aten
Brooks
*Burton
**Coad
*Hammers
**Harrisburg
Hayes
Hunt/Cummins
Kilgore
Mitchel (moved to Hunt)
**Old Kibler Family
Plainfield
Ross
Songer
Swick
**Old Swick Family
Ward
**Nob Wilson Family

Fox twp

Bethel Cemetery (Quaker)
Wendelin

Grandville Twp

Backbone
Bethel
**Boyd/Glines
Chapman
Debord
**Farley Family
**Harper
Leamon/Walnut
McFadden
Yale

Grove Twp

**Brewer Family
**Chezum Family
Diel
Fairfield
**Frazier Family
Island Creek
Island Grove/St. Joseph
Lost Cemetery
Kerns (aka Hicks)
Myers
Strole

Hunt Twp

**Bailey/Schacklee
Brockville
Mattison/Madison
**Millers/Peters
Mound
**Weaver/Saulsbury Farm/Sand Rock

North Muddy

Bailey
Francis Meyer farm
Trexler/Kedron/Toland Grove
**Old Wheeler
Slate Point
Wheeler
**Old Wheeler Family

South Muddy Twp

**Cook
Devore
**Foster Family
**Freeman
**Fulk Family
[McQueen/Miami Graveyard/McQueen Chapel/Headyville]
**Rude Family
South Muddy
**Worthey Family

Smallwood Twp

**Abbott/Markwell
**Bickers/Biggers
**Cummins/Holy Roller
**Daniel Hinds Farm (moved to Tate)
*Fox
Hankins
*Hines
Honey
**Hoover (has no markers)
**Lancaster, Pleasant Ridge
**Skelton Family
Tate
**Weaver Family (destroyed)
Woods (Heady)

Ste. Marie Twp

St. Mary's Assumption
Collins/Faltmier
Ste. Marie City
St. Valentine/South Bend/Dark Bend/Wilkerson's Graveyard
Yager Graveyard

Wade Twp

**Bowers
Brick
**Burford
Busby Family
Carter
Chapel
Gila Luthern
Harris
**Higgins/Colburn
**Jasper Family
**Jones Family
Kibler
Liberty
**Miller/Yager
Mt. Calvary
Hickory
**Parrent Family
**Old County Poor Farm
*O'Kean Family Cemetery
Redford
Riverside
New St. Peters
Old St. Peters
Vanderhoof
West Lawn Memorial

Unknown Cemetery located on South Jackson Street in Newton.
Stones removed and site cleared for street and subdivision.

Willow Hill Twp

Dhom Family
**Eidson Family
Miller Family
**Selby/Brown
Shiloh
Todd
Mound



Cemeteries


"A"

ABBOT CEMETERY - aka Markwell (Bogota, Sec 9, Smallwood Twp)

Abbot, James - Veteran (src #10)


ANDREWS CEMETERY (Rosehill, Crooked Creek Twp) (Section 20, T8N, R10E)

Andrews, Albert - s/o J & R.; d. 27 July 1852, age 6m 15d (src #24)
Andrews, Clarinda - w/o Eli; d. 21 Jan 1864, age 35y 1m (src #24)
Andrews, Eli - d. 6 Apr 1869, age 43y 6m (src #24)
Andrews, Elizabeth - w/o Josiah; b. 19 Feb 1825; d. 5 Mar 1890 (src #24)
Andrews, Elizabeth - w/o William T.; d 15 Oct 1872, age 41y 9m (src #24)
Andrews, George W. - s/o William T and Jary J.; d. 18 Apr 1878, age 1m 10d (src #24)
Andrews, Harriet - d/o OD & DM; d. 16 July 1897, age 1y 1m (src #24)
Andrews, Josiah - b. Sept. 20, 1819 Green County, Ohio; d. May 27, 1900 near Rose Hill . (src #4)
Andrews, Infant s/o Josiah. No Dates. (src #24)
Andrews, Infant s/o OD & BM, d 8 Feb 1890 (src #24)
Andrews, Lodena - d/o Wm P & Dorcas, b 25 Feb 1854, age 1y 24d (src #24)
Andrews, Lydia - d/o Wm T & EH, d 10 Jan 1860, age 7 m (src #24)
Andrews, Mary C. - d/o E & C, d 28 Aug 1863, 1y (src #24)
Andrews, Mary E. - d/o WP, d 1856, 3m 14d (src #24)
Andrews, Mary J. - w/o Wm T, d 5 Jan 1885 (contributor's note: no age given) (src #24)
Andrews, Minerva - 1852 - 1931 (src #24)
Andrews, Missouri - d/o E. & C.; d. 21 Dec 1856 (src #24)
Andrews, Orpheus - s/o W.T. & M.J.; d. 27 Feb 1884, age 1y 11m 27d (src #24)
Andrews, Oscola, d 1 Sept 1861, 2y 8m (contributor's note: next to wife and children of WT) (src #24)
Andrews, Rachel - w/o Josiah; b. 17 Jan 1820, d. 21 June 1871, age 51y 4m 25d (src #24)
Andrews, Sarah - d/o J. & R.; d. 16 Sept 1851 (src #24)
Andrews, Stillborn, 5 Aug. 1921 (Parents Fred Andrews & Edith Huddlestun) (src #29)
Andrews, Thomas - 1849 - 1923 (contributor's note: son of Josiah) (src #24)
Andrews, William - Co B 97th Ill Vol Inf.; d 6 Nov 1892, age 61y 6m 27d (contributor's note: Elizabeth and Mary J., wives of William T. on same stone) (contributor's note: this was son of William P. Andrews) (src #24)
Andrews, Wm P. - Co. E, 97th Ill. Inf. (src #10)
Andrews, William P. - d. 12 Dec 1853 in the 59th year of his age (src #24)

Kibler, William - b. Sept. 6, 1832 Ohio; d. Dec. 31, 1918, Rose Hill, aged 86 yrs, 3 mos, 24 days of pneumonia. [N.P. obit]
Long, Benj. - Soldier in Mexican War (src #10)
Poore, Doyt R. - d. 25 Mar 1908 (src #74)
Swick, William Henry - b. March 13, 1851, near Rose Hill, IL ; d. January 22, 1934, aged 82 yrs, 10 mos, 9 dys. [N.P. obit]
Swick , William Merle - b. Nov. 30, 1897; d. Mar. 18, 1919, aged 21 years, 3 months, 18 days. [src. #28]
Tate, "No Name" - Wife of Francis, d. May 20, 1863; 21 yrs old (NOTE: This is *probably* Elizabeth Andrews, d/o Josiah. She is listed in the 1860 census with her family.
Source: Researcher Tom Tate, tatertom37 at hotmail.com]
Ward, Armstead - Born March 5, 1914; Died January 30, 1902 [src #37]
Ward, Celia Ann (Billington) (1st wife of Armstead Ward) b. June 2 1817; d. April 30 1851 Aged 33 yrs, 10 mos, 28 dys [src #37]
Ward, Daniel H. -( Son of A. & M.C.) Died April 27, 1879; Aged 11 years; 8 mos, 22 days [src #37]
Ward, Dorcas E. - ( Daughter of A. & M.C. ) Died October 12, 1877; Aged 2 yrs, 6 mos, 23 days [src #37]
Ward, Jeniah - ( Son of A. & M.C. ) Died June 10, 1867 [src #37]
Ward, Malinda C. (Hendricks) (2nd wife of Armstead Ward) b. Aug 17 1837; d. April 19 1893, Aged 55 yrs, 8 mos, 2 dys [src #37]
Ward, Marilda J. ( Daughter of A. & M. C.) Died October 13, 1863; Aged 1 year, 1 mo, 28 days [src #37]
Ward, Martha ( Daughter of A. & C.A. ) Died June 26, 1862; Aged 14 years, 2 mos, 12 days [src #37]
Ward, Nancy J.C. ( Daughter of A. & M.) Died January 29, 1866; Aged 2 yrs, 3 mos, 15 days [src #37]



ASSUMPTION CEMETERY - aka SAINT MARYS of ASSUMPTION (Ste. Marie - south side of village)




ATEN CEMETERY (Hidalgo, Crooked Creek Twp)


View Burials


"B"

BACKBONE CEMETERY (Grandville Twp. - From Yale, go north 2 miles, then east for 3 miles, then north for 1/2 mile, then east into field. There's no road. Cemetery is owned by the township )

Finney, James K. - Pvt, Co. E of 97th IL Inf. (src #10) b. 1841 Franklin Co. IN; d. April 23, 1893 Jasper Co. IL (src #46)
Goodin, Orville S. - Sgt in Co. B, 21st Ill Inf. (src #10)
Goodin, ?
Goodin, ?
Goodin, ?
Harris, John - Pvt. in Co. I of 79th Ill. Inf (src #10)
Hickox, Ezra - b. 19 Apr. 1841; d. 9 Dec 1886 (src #50) - Corp in Co. G of 5th Ill. Cav. (src #10); also in Co. D, 38th Ill. Infantry (src #50)

*Possibly buried in this cemetery (re: src #50) are Ezra's children:
Hickox, John C. - b. 1867; d. 1896,
Hickox, Sarah J. - b. 1878; d. 1896
Odell, Carrie Hickox - b. 1883; d. 1905.

Tuttle, Thomas - Pvt in Co. I of 79th Ill. Inf. (src #10)
Wright, Isaac - d. 17 Aug 1871, aged 67y, 10d, 7 m. (src #13)
Wright, J.W. - stone, but no dates.
Wright, ? - 1884
Wright, ? - 1860



BAILEY CEMETERY - aka SHACKLEE (Hunt)



BAILEY CEMETERY (North Muddy Twp)

Bailey, John L. - fought in Civil War, 38th Ill Inf. (src #10)
Everett, Catharine - d. Feb. 18, 1888, aged 87 yrs, 11 mos, 8 dys [N.P. obit]


BETHANY CEMETERY (?)

Metheny, James Elmer: b. 1848, d. 1923 (src #3)
Metheny, Mary Emma (nee Money): b. 1848, d. 1936 (src #3)


BETHEL CEMETERY (Apparently there are three Bethel Cemeteries; one is in Grandville 1 mile east & 1 1/3 mile south of Yale, one in Fox Twp. The Fox twp one is also called "Quaker") and one in Hunt. Without knowing which are which, I'm just putting them all under one heading.)

Abraham, Glenn Otis: b. July 17, 1896, d. July 28, 1971. (src #18)
Abraham, Mabel Ewing: b. July 30, 1897, d. January 21, 1992 (src #18)
Barkley, Alta Belle Chapman - b. May 1876, d. 1912
(src #26)
Barlow, Orvis: b. 2-15-1887 d. 10-5-1959 (src #18)
Bickney, Myrtle Mae - b. 7 Apr 1885; d. 18 Nov 1918 in Hunt Twp. [Src #85]
Bilby, Angeline Chapman - b. July 1856, d. 20 Mar. 1888
(src #26)
Chapman, Chester Theadore - b. 7 July 1880, d. 19 June 1881
(src #26)
Chapman, Georgia Ann Snider - b.4 Mar. 1851, d. 4 Sept. 1936
(src #26)
Chapman, Henry Harrison - b. 7 Nov. 1846, d. 27 Oct. 1911
(src #26)
Chapman, Mabel Clara Hunsaker - b. 7 May 1890, d. 29 Dec. 1918
(src #26)
Chapman, Mary E. Myers - b. Jan. 1855, d. 1908
(src #26)
Chapman, Ora E. - b. 3 Aug. 1880, d. 19 Feb. 1881
(src #26)
Chapman, Raymond Allen - b. 5 Mar 1885, d 19 Dec 1922. He is buried beside his wife Mabel Clara Hunsaker Chapman (src #87)
Chapman, Riley Jackson - b. 1865, d. 1925
(src #26)
Clark, Jane - [nee Kibler] wife of George Clark, d July 1889 at Bloomington
Clark, William A. - b. 22 Jan. 1868, d. 31 Mar. 1868 (src #10)
Cramer, Alvin L. - Pvt, Co. K., 32 Ill
Cramer, May - d Sept 1889 (src #10)

Cravens, Julia - Wife of D.W. - d. 23 Dec 1887 [aged] 23y 4m 23d
Edwards, Wm. D. -
Co. K, 63 Ill. Inf., d. 1878. Veteran (src #10) (src #48 adds this date: d. 3/01/1878, Age 41 yr 2 mo
Farley, Forest - Corp., Co. E, 123 ILL (src #10)
Gifford, William C. - d. Mar 30, 1927. Served Civil War; Corp., 123 Ill Inf. (src #10)
Halterman, Roy - d. Jan 14, 1919. Veteran of WWI, Pvt., 16th Co., 161 Dep. Brig. (src #10)
Johnson, Benjamin N. - b. 17 Aug. 1828, d. 23 Feb. 1901
Johnson, Jane Chapman - b. Aug. 1833, d. aft. 1900
(src #26)
Kibler, Martha Lincoln Chapman - b. 12 Feb. 1861, d. 22 Feb. 1907
(src #26)
Kilgore, Xenia Ann Wilkerson Chapman b. 1867, d. 1940
(src #26)
Logstons, infant - son of Joseph Logstons d. July 5, 1890 aged 15 mos. [N.P. obit]
McCain, Mrs. William - age c. 82. d. the week of July 2, 1926 [N.P. obit]
Moran, Eugene Deems - b. April 03, 1884 in Willowhill, IL. d. October 20, 1971 in Marshall, Clark Co., IL. (bu. Yale) (src #11)
Moran, Jessie Lucille (nee Woodward) - b. January 18, 1888 in Metcalf, Edgar Co., IL. d. May 17, 1975, in Lawrenceville, Lawrence Co., IL. (bu. Yale) (src #11)

Parks, W.C. - d. 1902; Pvt, Co. C, 35 KY Inf (src #10)
Read, Lola Rebecca Whisennand: b. 4-1-1892, d. 3-19-1980 (src #18)
Smith, James Wesley - b. 12 Dec. 1849, d. 21 Sept. 1926
Smith, Sarah Chapman - b. 25 Aug. 1853, d. 12 Oct. 1913
(src #26)
Stifal, Otto - b. Sept. 1867, d. 1923
Thomas, Daniel - Civil War Veteran (src #10)
Turnipseed, Vivian Chapman - b. 11 Nov. 1889, d. 18 July 1913
(src #26)
Whisennand, Stephen Holman: b. 3-16-1895, d. 7-16-1924 (src #18)
Whisennand, Minerva Jane Boyd: b. 9-28-1856, d. 12-16-1936 (src #18)
Whisennand, Ora Hunt: b. 7-26-1886, d. 5-1-1903 (src #18)
Whisennand, Ivan: b. 5-30-1896, d. 6-9-1898
(src #18)

Grandville Twp Bethel Burials:
Boyd, Pvt. Leland M. - Co. L, 10 Ill Inf. WW1 - b. 20 June 1895; d. 9 Aug 1965
Bower, Pvt. J.W. - Co. I, 12 Ind. Cav - Civil War (src #10)
Chapman, Pvt. Milton C. - Spanish-American War,, Co. B, 4th Ill ; - b. 20 Oct. 1872 - d. 1 Feb. 1901 (src #10)
Chapman, Pvt. Otis F. - Co. B, 4 IL Inf, Sp. Am. War; (src #10) -- b. 28 Jan 1875; d. 29 Jan 1939
(src #26)
Chapman, Thomas S. - 1838-1913
(src #26)
Chapman, PFc. Wayne Otto - 676 AAA Mg. Btry, WW2 -- b. 31 Mar 1920; d. 28 Mar 1967
Cheek, George W. - Pvt, Co. I, 98th Ill Inf (src #10)
(src #48 adds these dates: 12 Jan 1822 - 19 Oct 1867)
Clark, Pvt. Austin - Co. E, 123 IL Inf, Civil War - (src #10)
(src #48 adds these dates: d. 6 Jun 1865, aged 27y, 8m, 24d)
Clark, Pvt. Henry - - Co. E, 123 IL Inf, Civil War - - d. 20 Feb 1875, aged 27y, 29d (src #10 & 48)
Clark, Pvt. Josiah Clark - - Co. E, 123 IL Inf, Civil War -d. 6 Oct 1870, aged 35y, 1m, 2d (src #10 & 48)
Clemmons (or Clemons), Pvt John T. - Co. E, 123 IL Inf, Civil War -d. 11 Dec 1872, aged 30y, 11m, 11d (src #10 & 48)
Cramer, Pvt. Alvin I. - Co. K, 32 IL Inf, Civil War -- d. 23 May 1896, age 50y, 4m, 8d
Cramer, Pvt. Floyd Glen - 26th Construction Co. ASA, WW1 - b. 1891; d. 19 Jan 1962
Cramer, M.Sgt. Donald Lynn - 319 Supply Depot Squadron, 230 Air Depot Group, WW2; b. 2 Jun 1918; d. 11 Jan 1984
Cramer, Pvt. R.L. - - Co. K, 32 IL Inf, Civil War - b. 1847; d. 15 Oct 1931 (src #10 & 48)
Cummins, Pvt Erna - WW1; 1889-1960
Dare, Pvt. C.R. - - Co. D, 98 IL Inf, Civil War - d. 2 Apr 1887 (src #10 & 48)
Edwards - Pvt. William D. - Co. K, 63 IL Inf, Civil War - d. 1 Mar 1878, aged 41y, 2m
Eskridge, Cpl. William M. - Co. D, 27 Ky Inf - Civil War -- d. 2 Dec 1871 (?), aged 16yr, 2 (src #10 & 48)
Gaines, Pvt. William - Co. B, 20 Ky. Vol. Inf, Civil War -- b. 25 Jan 1839; d. 23 Oct 1914
Gifford, Corp. William A. - Co #, 123 IL Inf, Civil War
Hamblin, Pvt. Elijah Hamblin - Co. E, 18 Ohio Inf, Civil War -- d. 3 Sep 1903
Jared, Cpl. William - Co. E, 123 Il Inf, Civil War - b. 3 Jan 1821; d. 9 Mar 1863
Jenkins, Pvt. George Guy - Co. B, 130 Inf Ind, WW1 - b. 1888; d. 31 Mar 1947
McCabe, Pvt. John - - Co. K, 32 IL Inf, Civil War - d. 16 Apr 1878
McCord, Pvt. Martin E. -- Co. K, 32 IL Inf, Civil War - 1846 - 1886
McCoy, Pvt. Samuel A. - Civil War - b. 23 Aug 1846; d. 22 Jul 1916
Morey, Cpl. Charles Francis Marion - Co. I, 98 IL Inf, Civil War -- died 3 Feb 1902 (src #10 & 32)
Morey, Pvt. George W. - Co I, 98 IL Inf., Civil War - died 3 Apr 1903, aged 63y, 7m, 8d (src #10)
Myers, Pvt. William M. - Co. D, 43 IL Inf -- Civil War (src #10)
Peters, Charles - Co. E, 146 Ind. Inf, Civil War - b. 1845; d. 12 Aug 1925, age 79yr, 9m, 2d
Phillips, Sgt. Abram T. - - Co. E, 123 IL Inf, Civil War - b. 1829; d. 1882 (src #10 & 48)
Purcell, Pfc. Lester Wayne - Co. A., 132 Inf, 33rd Div, WW2 - b. 22 Apr 1917; d. 27 Dec 1942 (src #10 & 48)
Rider, Pvt. R.F. - Co. G, 98 IL Inf, Civil War (src #10)
Rude, P2 Charles - US Navy, WW1 - b. 4 Jun 1890; d. 29 Oct 1969
Ryan, Comsy.Sgt Lewis S. - Co. K, 63 Reg IL Inf - Civil War --- b. 16 Mar 1828; d. 9 Jan 1917 (src #10 & 48)
Smith, Pvt. T. P. - Co. I, 19th IL Inf, Civil War -- d. 26 Feb 1871; aged 26y, 8m, 7d (src #10 & 48)
Snearly, Pvt. Edgar - Co. G, 53 IL Inf, Civil War -- b. 22 July 1836; d. 14 Jun 1918 (src #10 & 48)
Snider, Alva Corp. - Co. B, 51st Eng, WW1 - b. 30 May 1894; d. 4 Jan 1974
Snider, Pvt. Freddie Claude - WW1 - b. 12 Dec 1888; d. 21 Feb 1974
Snyder, Sgt. Clairborne D. - Sgt, Co. H, 38 ILL (src #10)
Info from source #48: d. 8/29/1863, Age 29 yr 7 mo 11 da
Snyder, Pvt. Clarence S. - Wagon Co. 303 A.E.F. WW1 - b. 27 Nov 1893; d. 22 Aug 1965
Snyder, Cpl. Warden G. - Co. H, 38 Ill. Inf.(src #10); d. 12/19/1861, Age 17 yr 8 mo 11 da
Stifal, Lt. Jacob - Co. F, 5th Cav, Civil War -- d. 20 Jun 1903, aged 65y, 2m, 16d (src #10 & 48)
Tuttle, Pvt. Thomas - Co. I, 79 IL Inf, Civil War - b. 1837; d. 23 Oct 1910 (src #10 & 48)
Ward, Pvt. M.B. - Co. I, 37 Ky Inf, Civil War (src #10)
Watt, Pvt. Don - WW1 (src #10 & 28)
Watt, Pvt. Fendell S. - Co. F, 63 IL Inf, Civil War - d. 1 Mar 1863, aged 16y, 7m, 3d (src #10 & 48)

Bethel/Fox: Sec. 21, T5N, NW 1/4 of NW 1/4, Fox Twp Originally Quaker Church and cemetery

Benefiel, G. Edwin - b. 7 Mar 1909; d. 19 Feb 1910 [Src #85]
Benefiel, Ethel - b. 3 Aug 1905; d. 4 Aug 1905 - Dau. of J.W. & L.J. Benefiel, age 1 day [Src #85]
Brothers, John M - d. 18 Feb 1898. Sgt, C. B, 28 Iowa Inf, Civil War (Listed in the Gov't Roll of Honor as "Brokers") [Src #85]
Cahill, Earl - b. 18 Dec 1879; d. 7 Aug 1881; Son of F.C. & C. Cahill [Src #85]
Cahill, Elizabeth - b. 13 Jul 1807; d. 30 May 1878, age 71yr, 10m, 17 day. Wife of Joseph R. Cahill [Src #85]
Cahill, Irena - b. 26 Oct 1858; d. 24 May 1867, aged 8y, 6m, 28d - Dau of T. & R. Cahill [Src #85]
Cahill, Jimmy - b. 18 Sep 1867; d. 2 May 1869, age 1yr, 7m, 14d. Son of T. & R. Cahill [Src #85]
Cahill, Joseph R. - b. 31 Feb 1802 (
obviously incorrect date); d. 9 Jan 1870, age 67y, 10m, 11d. Husband of Elizabeth [Src #85]
Cahill, Lizzie - b. 2 Dec 1865; d. 22 Apr 1882. Dau of Thomas & Rachel Cahill [Src #85]
Cahill, Martha C. - b. 7 Jun 1850; d. 2 Mar 1940 [Src #85]
Cahill, Owen - b. 11 Jan 1870; d. 24 Nov 1871, age 1yr, 11m, 13d. Son of T. & R. Cahill [Src #85]
Cahill, Rachel A. - b. 17 Oct 1833; d. 8 Jul 1876; Wife of Thomas [Src #85]
Cahill, Scott - b. 15 Sep 1861; d. 4 Aug 1871. Age 9y, 10m 20d. Son of T. & R. Cahill [Src #85]
Cahill, Thomas - b. 13 Nov 1833; d. 13 Aug 1913; Husband of Rachel [Src #85]
Canney, Francis E. - b. 25 Oct 1852; d. 31 Mar 1879, aged 26y, 5m, 6d [Src #85]
Canney, Hannah - b. 1864; d. 19 Aug 1865, aged 1yr [Src #85]
Canny, Mary E. - b. 24 Oct 1831; d. 15 Aug 1872, aged 40yr, 9m, 22d. Wife of Thomas [Src #85]
Canny Thomas - b. 6 May 1823; d. 15 Aug 1865, age 42y, 3m, 9d [Src #85]
Clard, Martha J. - b. 21 Feb 1849; d. 27 Dec 1900, aged 51y, 10m, 6d [Src #85]
Cravens, Julia - b. 4 Aug 1864; d. 23 Dec 1887, age 23y, 4m, 23d. Wife of D.W. Cravens [Src #85]
Gaskill, Sarah - b. 2 Feb 1836; d. 17 Jul 1872, aged 36y, 5m, 15d. Wife of Thomas [Src #85]
Gustin, Asa J. - b. 11 Mar 1881 d. 4 Aug 1881; Twin of Stagy R. Gustin [Src #85]
Gustin, Caroline - b. 7 Jun 1862; d. 9 Feb 1899 [Src #85]
Gustin, Medora J. - b. 27 Jul 1895; d. 23 Nov 1927 [Src #85]
Gustin, Samuel N. - b. 22 Feb 1860; d. 26 Nov 1939, Husband of Caroline [Src #85]
Gustin, Sarah A. - b. 1843; d. 1928. Wife of Wm. L. Gustin
[Src #85]
Gustin, Stagy R. - b. 11 Mar 1881; d. 21 Mar 1881; Son of W.L & S.A., twin to Asa J. [Src #85]
Gustin, Tabitha M. - b. 22 Jul 1863; d. 2 Dec 1863, aged 3m, 11d [Src #85]
Gustin, William L. - b. 1833 - d. 1916 [Src #85]
Gustin, Zadok D. - b. 22 Apr 1879; d. 3 Dec 1879; aged 2yr, 7m, 19d [Src #85]
Jessup, Edwin L. - b. 4 Aug 1895; d. 27 Nov 1896 [Src #85]
LeFever, Hellen Dot - b. 6 Apr 1916; d. 11 Jul 1916; dau of Mr. and Mrs. G.R. Lefever [Src #85]
McKinley, Enola [Src #85]
McKinley, Hobart [Src #85]
McKinley, Pearl [Src #85]
McKinley, Ray [Src #85]
Meredith, Caroline E. - b. 14 Oct 1848; d. 13 May 1898 - wife of J.M. Meredith [Src #85]
Miller, Annie G. - b. 1869; d. 1942 [Src #85]
Miller, Rebeca - b. 16 Sep 1829; 7 May 1881; aged 51y, 7m, 21d. Wife of G. Miller [Src #85]
Miller, William J. - Husband of Annie G. [Src #85]
Musgrove, Etta M. - b. 10 Dec 1869; d. 7 Oct 1911. Wife of G.W. Musgrove [Src #85]
Musgrove, Nicholas Russell - b. 4 Feb 1904; d. 25 Dec 1904; aged 10m, 21d - son of J.C. & D.A. [Src #85]
Nickerson, W.H. - d. 1866. Chaplain, 32 Ohio Inf, Civil War [Src #85]
Nickerson, W.V. - d. 1866. Sgt, Co. E., 125 Ohio Inf, Civil War [Src #85]
Perrine, Mary A. - b. 14 May 1865; d. 19 Sep 1865; aged 1yr, 4m, 5d -- dau of J. & H.L. [Src #85]
Robins, Albert S. - b. 1847; d. 12 Apr 1918 (veteran civil war) [Src #85]
Robins, Sarah A. - b. 1847; d. 1912. Wife of Albert S. [Src #85]
Rodeffer, Eliphalet E. - b. 10 Oct 1842; d. 13 Jul 1905 - Husband of Tabitha E. [Src #85]
Rodeffer, Hannah L. - b. 16 Jun 1867 - d. 17 Sep 1867; A brother, Samuel D. listed with same dates. Children of E.E. & T.E. [Src #85]
Rodeffer, Martha D. - b. 18 Oct 1874; d. 13 Jul 1876; Dau of E.E. & M.M. [Src #85]
Rodeffer, Margaret M. - b. 2 Oct 1842; d. 31 Dec 1812
(obvious date error) Beside E.E. Rodeffer [Src #85]
Rodeffer, Tabith E. - - Wife of Eliphalet E. [Src #85]
Rodeffer, William - Civil War Veteran (src #10) Grave not marked
Stewart, Chris - b. 22 mar 1865; d. 7 May 1884 -- 19y 1m 15d (beside Merit) [b.d. from Src #85]
Stewart George - b. 5 Aug 1855; d. 23 Mar 1882 -- 26y 7m 18d (beside Merit) [b.d. from Src #85]
Stewart, Jonathan - b. 8 Jun 1825; d. 5 May 1893 -- 67y 10m 27d (wife Mary Jane Redmon Stewart buried in same grave 1827-1897 not listed on headstone at time of reading but has since been added by family member) [b.d. from Src #85]
Stewart, Merit - b. 10 Nov 1857; d. 12 May 1883 25y 6m 2d [b.d. from Src #85]
Stewart, William - Civil War Veteran d. 1868 [unmarked] [b.d. from Src #85]
Thompson, Donald R. - b. 1908; d. 1959 [Src #85]
Winters -- [Src #85]


BICKERS CEMETERY (aka BIGGERS) Smallwood Twp

Bickers, W.P. - Veteran (src #10)



BILLY WRIGHT GRAVE - Wade



BOWERS CEMETERY - Wade



BOYD CEMETERY - aka GLINES or SMITH - (Grandville) - From Yale: East 1 mile, mile south, approx. mile east, then south about mile back in field (no road)

3 foot stones:
G.W.G.
J.H.B.
M.C.B.



BRICK CEMETERY (Newton)

Adkins, Elsie, b. 4 Apr 1892 Jasper Co., IL; d. 29 Apr 1918 Wade Twp. (src #29)
Beverlin, Samuel Sylvan, b. 31 May 1847 OH; d. 19 Aug 1916 Wade Twp. (src #29)
Cunefare, Otto b Dec 4, 1892 d Aug 13, 1968 [src #41]
Cunefare, Emma Christena (Richardson) b Oct 4, 1897 d June 5, 1964 [src #41]

BROCKVILLE CEMETERY (Hunt Twp) - south of Hunt, IL 1/4 mile, then west 2 mile, then north, then west to cemetery.

Click here to read the names which were listed in the Press article of 1887.

Other Burials in this Cemetery


BROOKS CEMETERY (Crooked Creek)

Beckwith, Leroy - b. 31 Jul. 1914 rural Newton, Il; d. 28 Apr.1916 Wade Twp. (src #29)
Beckwith, Male infant, stillborn - d. 26 Feb. 1917 Newton, IL.; Parents: Roy Beckwith, & Minnie Brooks (src #29)
Bird, Mrs. - d. c. Oct. 24, 1874
Blake, Nathan - d. 1851. Served in War of 1812 (src #10)
Bliss, Charles James - b. 8 Oct. 1846 Miami Co., OH; d. 17 Oct. 1917 (src #29)
Bliss, H.S. - d. 1875. Civil War, Co. K, 38 Ill Inf. (src #10)
Bliss, Henry S. - age 39, death reported May 13, 1875 (d. "on Monday last")
Brooks, Elnor P. - d. May 1874, aged 75 years. (src #4)
Brooks, Isaac - Interred Saturday, Feb. 23, 1877. d. "Thursday night" (N.P. obit)
Brooks, James N. - d. 1861. Served in Civil War (src #10)
Brooks, John - Death reported June 10, 1875 (N.P. obit)
Brooks, Thomas S. - b. 28 Dec. 1831 IN; d. 24 Dec. 1916 Jasper County, Il; (src #29)
Brooks, Wm. H. - Pvt in Co. I, 143 Ill. V.I. (src #10)
Brust, Mary E. - b. 24 Jan 1859; d. 2 Sep 1918, Crooked Creek Twp [src #85]
Byrd, Andrew Jackson Jr. - b. 8 Aug. 1892, d. 13 Sept. 1893
Freeman, G. F. - d. March 29, 1879 (src #4)
Freeman, Joseph - d. 1864. Served in Civil War (src #10)
Harper, Sennet - Mexican War, Co. G, 2 U.S. Dragoons (src #10)
Ingle, Henry - d. March 1877
Lobner, John - served in Mexican War (src #10)
Montgomery, Mrs. Sarah - (nee Cummins) d. Tuesday last week. Newton Press, May 4, 1892
Nelson, Emily - - (src #45)

Nelson, Enoch K. - d. May 21, 1928. Civil War. Pvt. Co. G., 70 Ind. Regt. (src #10) [Webmaster note: Even though the government's Roll of Honor says th at he is buried in Brooks Cemetery in "Newton, Ill", source #45 confirms th at Enoch is indeed buried in Crooked Creek. Thanks Deborah!!!]

Patterson, Isaac - d. 6 May 1871 - aged 56 y. 3m, 19 days (src #13)
Patterson, Turzy - b. 15 Dec 1815, d. 26 Jul 1855 - wife of Isaac (src #13)
Ping, Robert W. - d. 1900, Civil War, Co. K, 32 Ill. Inf. (src #10)
Ray, Nellie - (nee Ping) b. Apr 9, 1850, d. Aug. 1926, aged 76 y. 3 mos, 29 days
Romack, Lang O. - d. 1916. U.S. Army Veteran (src #10)
Small, Henry - Civil War, Co. E, 54 Ill. Inf (src #10)
Spraggins, William G. - d. 1922, Pvt. Co. I, 1 KY.Cav (src #10)
Stevens, Marilla - b. April 13, 1820 Green co, TN; d. March 13th (or 15th?), 1877, aged 56 yrs, 11 mos, 2 days. Married Dr. U.G. Stevens in Vermillion co, IL Nov. 3, 1836 (src #4)
Stevens, Dr. U. G. - d. Nov. 1881, aged 69 years, 2 mos, 21 days. (src #10)
Thomas, B.E. - d. Dec 26, 1899 - Pvt. Co. F, 123 Ill. V.I. (src #10)
Wood, Daniel - Civil War, Co. G, 152 Ill. Inf. (src #10)



BROWN CEMETERY - aka SELBY (Willow Hill)


BURFORD (BUFORD?) FAMILY CEMETERY (Wade Twp, Section 25, T7N, R9E, NW, corner of NE quarter of SE quarter 12-14 MILES WEST OF NEWTON)

Brown, Felix - d. 4 Aug 1849, aged 49y, 7m, 11d (src #13)
Brown, Marth - d. 1 Dec 1844, 38y, 5m, 19d - consort of Felix
Brown, Mrs. - d. Feb. 1877 widow of Marshall Brown
Holt, Mrs. Cal. - d. Nov. 23, 1874



BURTON FAMILY CEMETERY (Lost Cemetery) - (CROOKED CREEK) Located 1/8-1/4 mile SE of 9320 E. 2200th Ave.

Read the listing here.



BUSBY FAMILY CEMETERY - Wade



"C"

CALVARY CATHOLIC CEMETERY - (Wade)





CARTER CEMETERY - Wade


CATHOLIC CEMETERY (adjacent to St. Marie)

Althaus, Catherine - b. 2 Dec. 1870; d. 22 Dec. 1918 Ste. Marie, IL. (src #29)
Armstrong, Mary Magdalene, b. 25 May 1870 b. IL; d. 4 Jan 1919 Ste. Marie, IL. (src #29)
Bolander, Sophia - d. Jan. 4, 1900 Ste. Marie, aged 72. (src #4)
Curtiss, Mrs. Elizabeth - relict of the late Eli W. Curtiss d. Jan. 20, 1891 [N.P. obit]
Huff, Benedict - d. March 25, 1876, aged 16 years (src #4)
Huff, Gabriel - b. Oct. 4, 1824 Hardin Co, KY; d. January 4, 1882. (src #4)
Kaufmann, Infant - twin girl of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Kaufmann of Fox Prairie. d. July 1891. , July 29, 1891
Kesler, Ignatius - d. March 25, 1891. [N.P. obit]
Ritman, Anthony Joseph - infant son of M/M John T. Ritman, d. Nov. 1887 [N.P. obit]
Spitzer, ? - son of David Spitzer. The funeral was held on Monday, March 2, 1891. [N.P obit, Wednesday, March 11, 1891]


CHAPEL CEMETERY - aka HUNT CHAPEL, aka HICKORY? (Wade Twp, west of Falmouth)

Brooks, W.R. - b. 25 Oct 1892; d. 21 Dec 1918 [Src #85]
Calhoun, Mrs. Margaret - age 85, b. Feb 5, 1877, d. June 5, 1962 (src #4)

Ervin, Will - From the death record contributed by June Kessinger: William H. H. Ervin, male, death; May 25, 1904, Newton, IL. Date record filed June 27, 1904. Cause; Runover by I.C. railroad engine Age 18yrs./3 mos./ 10 das. Occupation: Railroading, Born: Ill, Burial: Chapel Cemetery. (the Newton Press obit says he was buried in "Hickory" Cemetery, north of Newton)

Harris, Mrs. William: d. July 1905 (src #5)
Harris, William: d. Dec. 1909, aged 38 yrs, 11 mos, 13 days. (src #5)
Leaman, A.D. - d. Oct 1, 1921; Veteran (src #10)
Myers, Lucinda (nee Cooper) - b. c. 1867; d. Oct. 28, 1935
Snyder, Mrs. David - b. Fleming co, KY; d. November 13, 1879 (src #4)



CHAPMAN CEMETERY (Grandville Twp - Private Family Cemetery) From Yale - South 3/4 mile on Route 49, west 2 miles on Ros? Hill road, north about a mile.

Chapman, William I. - d. 06 Aug. 1864; Pvt. Army, Civil War, Co. D, 97th. IL Inf. (src. #28)
Chapman, Conova - b. 06 Dec. 1904 ; d. 24 Feb. 1905; Aged 2 mo, 18 da.; d/o W. & N. Chapman (src. #28)
Chapman, Claudie - d. 14 Jun. 1883 (Same stone as Maud Chapman) d/o E. M. & E. S. Chapman (src. #28)
Chapman, Elbert - b. 20 Apr. 1884 - d. (No Death Date, may be buried elsewhere) (src. #28)
Chapman, Laura F. - d. 09 Jan 1866; d/o I & S Chapman (src. #28)
Chapman, Marshall E. - b. 01 Apr. 1862; d. 17 Mar. 1893 Aged 30 yr, 11 mo, 16 da. (src. #28)
Chapman, Maud - d. 14 Jun. 1883; (Same Stone as Claudie); d/o E. M & E. S. Chapman (src. #28)
Chapman, Nancy - Age: 30 yr 11 mo 16 da ; Wife of Samuel Chapman (src. #28)
Chapman, Samuel - b. 23 Dec. 1813; d. 12 Nov. 1847; Aged 33 yr 10 mo 19 da. (src. #28)
Debo, Susanah - b. 01 Jan. 1864; d. 03 Apr. 1887 Aged 23 yr 2 mo 27 da. (wife of P.A. Debo) (src. #28)
Isley, Edith S. - b. 21 Aug. 1865; d. 26 Jul. 1911 ( NEE Chapman ) Aged 45 yr, 11m, 5da.; (Wife of Irvin Isley) (src. #28)
Isley, Infant - b. 23 Jul. 1911; d. 23 Jul. 1911; Infant d/o I & E. Isley (src. #28)



CHEZUM FAMILY CEMETERY (GROVE TWP)
Barb (src #34) tells us: "This Cemetery is now located in the middle of a farmers' field on the property of the old Chezum farm, in an area called Spring Hollow. The cows have free reign over the land. It is in need of a good cleaning, as the weeds and trees have all but covered the stones. You have to go under a barbed wire fence, and up an embankment to get to it."

Chezum, Andrew Lafayette - b. 1872; d. 1872 (src #34)
Chezum, Anna Barrett Ridgeway - [wife of John D.] b. 9/10/1810; d. 8/9/1900. buried between her husband and son John, fl at sandstone marker (src #34)
Chezum, Baby [stillborn child of Henry and Mary no dates] (src #34)
Chezum, John D. - b. November 13, 1806; d. November 12, 1876 [has the largest stone, which faces south] (src #34)
Chezum, John - [son of JNO and Anna] b. June 4, 1830; d. October 18, 1882 [this name is on the south side of the above stone] (src #34)
Chezum, Charles H. - son of Henry amd Mary J. - b. June 19, 1825; d. February 5, 1875 (src #34)
Chezum, Parke Hume - b. August 7, 1893; d. June 13, 1895 [child of Henry and Mary] (src #34)
Chezum, Rosanna - dau of Henry and Mary J. - b. December 26, 1870; d. July 12, 1871 (src #34)
Chezum, Mary J. - [unreadable] born 1834; d. Feb. 25, 1871 (src #34)
Chezum, Rosey J. - [daughter of John R. and Rachel] b. 1893; d. 1893 [Rosey has no marker, but we know she is there, via family history] (src #34)

COAD CEMETERY (Crooked Creek Twp)

Carter, Joseph - d. -- Nov 1918 (src #74)
Carter, Martha - d. 11 Nov 1918 (src #74)
Chambers, Fred - d. 22 Jan 1919 (src #74)
Cuthrell, William Martin - b. March 8, 1865; d. May 16, 1949 (src #34)
Cuthrell, Eliza Coad - [wife of William] d. November 17, 1941 (src #34)
Goldsby, Charles - d. -- Jan 1919
Mondon, Edmond - d. Jul 28, 1926 - Pvt. Co. D, 12 ILL Inf (src #10)



COBURN CEMETERY - aka HIGGINS (Wade)


COLLINS CEMETERY - aka FALTEMIER Cemetery (Ste. Marie)



COOK CEMETERY - (South Muddy)




CUMMINS CEMETERY - (aka HOLY ROLLER & SANDRIDGE - Smallwood Twp)

Martin, Clinton - d. 9 Apr 1919 (src #74 - though this could be the Cummins, aka Hunt Cem.)
Hopper, Senora - d. 14 Apr 1919
(src #74 - though this could be the Cummins, aka Hunt Cem.)


CUMMINS CEMETERY - aka HUNT Cemetery (Crooked Creek - 3 miles east of Rose Hill, then 1/2 mile south)

See Hunt Cemetery


"D"

DANIEL HINDS CEMETERY - (Smallwood Twp)



DARK BEND - aka South Bend & Wilkerson - (Ste Marie Twp)

See South Bend Cemetery



DEBORD (aka Deboard, Debeard) CEMETERY (Grandville Twp near Advance)
Sec. 6 T. 8N R11E SE 1/4 --- 2 mile north then miles east of Yale, IL

VIEW BURIALS


DEVORE CEMETERY (South Muddy Twp)

Cook, Jacob - Veteran (src #10)
Crouse, Fred - Co. K, 22 Ind. (src #10).
Further information provided by a researcher: b. October 11, 1845 in Indiana; death date unknown; parents were Martin & Susanna, who are buried at this cemetery, and their headstone says "father & mother of nine union soldiers".

Devore, David - Veteran (src #10)
Harlow, George - Mexican War Veteran - Co G Mtd rifles (src #10 and #80)
Kincaid, J.E. - Co. A, 43 Ind. (src #10)


DIEL CEMETERY (Grove Twp)

Bennett, J.M. - Pvt., Co. F, 11 ILL Inf (src #10)
Colier, Albert - d. Dec 6, 1890. Mexican War Veteran (src #10)
Fogleman, Bessie May - d. 19 Feb 1926 (src #74)
Frazier, Arlindo - b. Sept. 5, 1822, d. Jan 31, 1876 - Mexican War, Co. B, 4th Inf. (src #10 &12)
Fraiser, Harry Joseph - d. 3 Dec 1923 (src #74)

Fraiser, Infant - d. 25 Sept 1923 (src #74)
Hanna, A.G. - Colonel (src #10)
Paul, Edmond - d. 5 Feb 1925 (src #74)
Sowers, Emil Eugene - d. 20 Feb 1926 (src #74)
Sowers, Lidy E. d. 20 Feb 1912
Watkins, Martha d. 5 Oct 1913
Weaver, George - d. -- Dec 1922 (src #74)
Weaver, Thomas H. - Pvt, Co. I, 5 ILL Cav (src #10)
Wishard, John M - d. Apr 14, 1882, Pvt., Co. B, 4 ILL Cav (src #10)
Wishard, S.W. - Lt., Co. B, 5 ILL Cav (src #10)
Wishard, William H. - Pvt, Co. B, 5 ILL Cav (src #10)
Worman, James - Co. F, 11 Ind. (src #10)
Yaw, Addie - d. 27 July 1911 (src #74)


"E"

EATEN CEMETERY - Hidalgo



EIDSON CEMETERY - aka Edison (Willow Hill)
-Used to be located 40 rods from SW corner of Eidson Park. Researcher Roger Madden reports that "Apparently, all the headstones had been removed. Livestock were pastured in the graveyard area" when he was visiting there in 1997.

Eidson, Wm. H. - d. 1893; Civil War, Co. K, 32 ILL Inf
McNair (or McNais), J. B. - b. Jan 19, 1839 d. Jan. 1, 1897.


"F"

FAIRFIELD CEMETERY

View Burials


FAIRVIEW CEMETERY (near Gila? - This cemetery is not on the map)

Clark, Grandison - d. Apr. 1890 [N.P. obit]
Mason, John - d. at Nashville, Tenn., aged 60 yrs, 6 mos, 21 days. Death reported Nov. 27, 1889 [N.P. obit]



FALTEMIER CEMETERY - aka COLLINS Cemetery (Ste. Marie Twp)



FARLEY FAMILY CEMETERY - (Grandville)


FOSTER FAMILY CEMETERY - Smallwood Twp

The Foster Family Cemetery is a small area of land th at was purchased by the Foster Family in 1852. The old Foster land th at is not submerged beneath the waters of the Newton Lake and Fish and Wildlife Area Wildlife is occupied by Central Illinois Electric's Newton Substation. The Foster graveyard is now behind a wire fence belonging to the power plant. (Thanks to Linda Walton for this information)

Name

Birthdate

Birthplace

Death Date

Spouse

Foster, Caroline 1841 Jackson Co, OH 15 Jun 1853  
Foster, Evelline 13 Jul 1843 Jackson Co, OH 1 Apr 1863  
Foster, Jacob 1835 Jackson Co, OH 10 Feb 1862  
Foster, Joseph 1832 Greenup Co, KY 1866 1) Jane (Foster)
        2) Arinetha Marker
Foster, Samuel Thomas 1790/1795 Hampshire Co, VA (WV) 29 Nov 1864 Sarah E Throckmorton
Foster, Thomas 29 Dec 1816 Enterprise Furnace, Greenup Co, KY 28 Dec 1860 Mary "Polly" Trexler
Owens, Lewis S.     Abt Nov 1862 Sarah Foster
(Foster), Jane 1832   1865 Joseph Foster
Throckmorton, Sarah E 1796 Hampshire Co, VA (WV) 21 Nov 1864 Samuel Thomas Foster


FOSTER FAMILY CEMETERY - South Muddy Twp



FOX CEMETERY - Smallwood Twp



FRAZIER FAMILY CEMETERY - (Grove Twp - on same farm as Chezem family cemetery in the SW corner of the twp)


"G"

GILA LUTHERAN CEMETERY - (Wade twp, 1 mile east and 2 miles south of Gila) (Hicks, Strole, Printz are Kim's family lines)

Hicks, Andrew J. - 1867-1952
Hicks, Anna E. - 1866-1960
Hicks, Raymond L. - 1892-1961
Hicks, Sarah J. - 1894-19__
Kibler, Eunice (nee Foote) - b. July 7, 1835 in Decatur Co., IN; d. October 29, 1927, aged 92 yrs, 3 mos, 22 days. [N.P. obit]

Kibler, George - d. Dec.15, 1875 aged 79 years and 14 days. contributed by Nancy Bower
Kibler, George Washington - b. in Page Co., VA, June 6, 1849, d. Oct. 30, 1918 aged 69 y, 4 m, 24 days. [N.P. obit]
Kibler, Laurence S. - 1875-1955
Kibler, Lulu Pearl - 1884-1965
Koontz, Andrew J. - 3 Oct. 1831; d. 2 Feb. 1917 See the picture of tombstone
here
Koontz, Julia A. - b. 28 Dec. 1838; d. 6 Feb. 1917 See the picture of tombstone
here
Printz, Hiram G. - 1878-1966
Printz, Lola - 1883-1958
Printz, George C. - 1907-1964
Printz, Helen M. - 1914-19__
Printz, Dorothy L. - 1907-19__
Printz, Lola M. - 1883-1958
Strole, Andrew J. - 1855-1937
Strole, Clara M. - 1912-1955, Wife of Wm. Bernard
Strole, Edward F. - 1889-1962
Strole, Eliza E. - 1860-1930 [Wife to Andrew]
Strole, George E.A. - b. 18 Jun 1877, d. 16 Jul 1944
Strole, Glen Albert - 14 Jan 1922, son of E.F. & S.A.
Strole, Jewel Ruth - 30 Jan 1920 - dau of E.F. & S.A.
Strole, Mannie - b. 1 Dec 1883, d. 5 Apr 1968 [husband of Addie]
Strole, Ovilla A. - b. 23 Feb 1880, d. 22 Nov. 1946, wife of George
Strole, Roy - 1899-1917, son of Geo & [Ola]
Strole, Stella A. - 1889-1962, wife of Edward F.
Strole, Wm. Bernard - 1910-1942


GLINE'S CEMETERY - aka BOYD & Smith (Grandville Twp)

See Boyd Cemetery


GASS/GOSS CEMETERY (???? Possibly located in Richland County)

Gosnell, Mrs. - d. c. February 1893 Spouse of Canada Gosnell.
Jenkins, Infant - little child of Lucy Jenkins d. May 1892
Wagoner, Isaac - Slate Point: Isaac Wagoner d. Nov 23, 1883 (src. #28)


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