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CEMETERIES

of

Gallatin County, Illinois

&

A History of the County

 

Volume 2

 

INTENDED FOR PERSONAL GENEALOGY AID

NOT FOR COMMERCIAL USE

Thanks to the Miner family for making them available on line.

by

Glen Miner

 

First Printed 1979

Second Printing with

some corrections

 and additions 1984

 

 

UNOFFICIAL CONTENTS

(Not in printed book)

 

Part 1

Introduction and Explanation               page   0

Cemetery Inscriptions                      pages  1 – 36

Markers found since publication of

 Vol. 2 in 1979, not in index               page   36B

SURNAME Index of pages 1 – 36 of this book pages 110 - 113

 

Part 2

Gallatin Co. Court Proceedings, Shawneetown

 Illinois Territory General Order Book

 1813 – 1818                               pages 37 – 39

A little history from Glen                 pages 40 – 46

Actions taken by Governing body of Gallatin

 from 1813 – 1820                          pages 47 – 61

 

Part 3

Records from Gallatin Co. Commissioners

 Record Book of 1850’s                     pages 62 – 70

Village of Equality Minute Book 1831–1853  pages 71 – 76

Towns, Postoffices and other places with

 names in Gallatin Co.                     pages 77 – 78

Businesses, Ads, and Newspapers of

 early Gallatin Co.                        pages 79 – 109

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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AN INTRODUCTION TO THE CONTENTS OF VOL. ONE, GALLATIN COUNTY, ILLINOIS

CEMETERIES, BY GLEN MINER.

Volume 1, published in 1973 contains a short history of the county as well as inscriptions from its some 90 cemeteries, surviving in the 1950s, along with their approximate locations. The abandoned ones were complete. The more than 6,000 inscriptions are indexed by surname. It also contains the indexed names of the county's that landowners who bought U.S. Govt. land from the U.S. land office located in Shawneetown after 1814, Township of entree also shown.

 

Volume 2 of Gallatin County, Ill, Cemeteries and a History of the County also by Glen Miner of Ridgway Ill. Contains a map of Gallatin County and some of the adjoining counties, made by Professor Campbell about 1869.

 

Pages 1 to 36 contain inscriptions from cemeteries not completed in vol. 1. Those supplements are, Palestine #1 & 2 in or near Omaha, New Zion. Hazel Ridge, Adkin or Bethlehem, Barnett or Kedron, Hogan, Oak Grove at Cottonwood, Reid Hill, Callicott or Harrelson, Kanady, McGehee, Jackson near Ridgway, St. Joseph, Old Cottonwood, Perkins, Zion or Brick Church Cemetery, Elmwood and Poplar. The following are in adjoining counties but near the Gallatin County Line. Dutton, Mathews, McPherson (also sometimes called Black or Love) and Russell Cemeteries in Hardin County. Jones and Colbert are in S.E. part of Saline County and Keasler or Newman and Davis or Wolfe are in S.E. corner or Hamilton County. All surnames are also indexed for these cemeteries.

 

Pages 37‑38 & 39 contain names of jurors, plaintiffs and defendants etc mentioned in county court proceedings 1813 to 1816 when Gallatin contained all or part of 8 neighboring counties of today. The rest of the 108 pages are given to a general history of the county, its towns, crossroad communities and trade centers. These include how and where many of the first roads were laid out, many items from territorial and county records including administration of estates from 1813 to 1820, abbreviated items from the minute book of Village of Equality from 1831 to 1853, county records of the 1850s, many old news paper items and advertisers, New Market and other country store licensees and also several pages of early area pictures. Completed Dec. 18‑1978 and preparing manuscripts for reprint on 3‑21‑1984.

 

I wish to thank those who have preserved and contributed material and information, which I have used in this book. A few of these are the record keepers in our county courthouse, Jack Blackard of Omaha, George McLain of Equality, our county newspapers of the past and present, those who wrote stories for the Shawneetown and also the recent Equality sesquicentennial, Mrs. Mattie Sanks and her son David, the Fillingim Family, Horace G. Brown former county school superintendent, the descendants of the Smith Family of New Market, descendants of the Crawford Family and Elbert E. Lamb for his 80 page story on this area also my grandparents and many others long deceased have left stories.

 

Often a parent or a grandparent of long ago who started to school here or began their romance there, added their bit to local history. Mrs. Sanks, now dec'd as is Mr. Blackard and McLain, attended school in old Equality Court house.

 

I realize I am much better at the collection of history than the writing of it but I also realize that a collection is of no value unless passed on to those who might enjoy it. I have made an effort to eliminate errors but I am sure there are some, which can't be blamed on the dim and yellowed records or the weathered cemetery markers.

 

Soon after publication of Vol. 1, of Gallatin County, Ill., Cemeteries in 1973 I was told, I had missed one. It was said to be in government forestland about 3 mi. S.W. of Old Shawneetown and within sight of the Ohio. Thanks to Mr. Sidney, Pindell for the copy of inscriptions, which he brought me after accidentally finding this cem. A large marble mkr for Josiah Lambert b 5‑5‑1812 d 12‑12‑1855. A few ft. away Sarah d 4‑12‑1851 at 16, w/o D. Franklin, an M.L. on footstone.

 

He was unable to read 3 others. In 1850 Rivers Lambert entered 240 acres in Sections 14 & 23 and died in 1852 and Josiah was administrator of estate. There has recently been charges made of illegal digs in adjoining Indian cem.

 

 

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Addendum or Supplement to cemeteries of Gallatin County Ill. Vol.2

 

Markers found since publication of vol. 2 in 1979, not in index. ­Chas. Akers d 12‑31‑1852; Age 33+, w Barbara Duvall 1840 she d 1856, thin markers. both down, 1 broken. 3/8 mi S. of Boyd, Ind. Mound or 1/8 mi S. of N. line Sec. 9 Shawnee Twp. On top of high hill pasture, of Lawrence Rollman, in May of 1981.

I remember a small grove E. of Dan Willis home W. of Ridgway. Leonard Schmitt told me of 3 mkrs there earlier, with name Randolph. Family lived there 1840s.

Mrs. Frances H. S. Dyhrkopp told me of an old cem. near old log home, at S. end of T road (Duncan Lane) near their home. She was able to copy, one of the 4 mkrs. Strickland, Amanda b 1826‑ d 1879 at 52 yrs.

In Vol. 2 I mentioned D. A. Rowland telling me, of an older Dutton Cem. (p 32) in a large wooded area between the new Dutton and Ill. Rt.#1. He was b 1875. d 70 and had his lot in latter. At the time I dreaded making a search for it having lost some of the excess energy, of the late 1950s, needed to search brush and briars of a large area. I probably would never have made this search, but Mrs. Rose Vickery, Mrs. Francis McCabe and Mrs. Wm. (Betty) Head did and located it on a heavily wooded bluff on a high hill about 1 mi. South of Gallatin Hardin Coun­ty line, on 4‑17‑1979 and sent me the following copy. Thanks

      THE OLD DUTTON CEMETERY OF NORTH HARDIN COUNTY.

Merritt, Emeline w/o J. P. Merritt b 10‑16‑1848 d 2‑19‑1890

Rushing, Roma T. 10/26/93 d 4/24/1894, Jas. R. 10/8/ d 12/24/1898 ch/o A.J.& L.M.

Hindall, John W. 2‑7‑1863 4‑12‑82, Dora b 3‑13‑1872 d Nov.11‑1877

Daugherty, Arkless b & d 1899 s/o W.C.& M.L., This and several sand stone marker

enclosed, by fence.

Crow, W. J. d 1877 age 60, Katie 10‑23‑1860 8‑21‑1882, Mary 11‑30‑1863 d 7‑30‑65

Sarah A. b 3‑25‑1832 d 10‑24‑1900.

Ledbetter, Elizabeth b 12‑11‑1811 d 10‑17‑1884 m/of Baptist Church w/o J.

         , John b 3‑6‑1806 d 7‑2‑1888?, Wm. A. J. b 7‑31‑1831 d 5‑11-48 s/o John

Leonberger, Margaret A. b Dec. 20‑1874 d Dec. 23 1876 d/o Fred & Sarah B.

Dutton, Lydia M. b 11‑10‑1774 d 9‑18‑1835 m/o A., Elizabeth ?‑d 10‑6‑1873 w/o A.

      , Jas. F. b 5‑12‑1855 d 6‑20‑1860, Mary J. 6‑13‑1836 d 6‑20‑1860 ch/o A&E.

      , Geo. W. b 9‑18‑1842 d ?‑12‑1862 s/of A. & Elizabeth.

Davis , John H. d 17‑21‑1856 at 10 mo. & 2 d, s/o J. B. M. & E. H. Davis

M‑‑‑‑ , John b 9‑15‑185? d Dec.17‑1858? son of B. and S.

Retherford, Rebecca 3‑4‑1815 12‑21‑1855 w/o Archabel, Archable 8‑31‑1814 d 1831

Lambert, Margaret E. d‑3‑15‑1887 age 36y‑2m‑7days w/o Josiah, Mary Lee 1880‑90

Marable, Mary Ann b Sept. 18?? d/o W.E.& M.P., dau M. Faith

Overton, Elizabeth 2‑11‑1855 w/of Washington, Ann R. d 11‑20‑1854 age 5 years.

Price, John 11‑13‑1845 d 11‑14‑1866, Sarah E. 2‑1‑1879 6‑18‑1880 d/o M.D.& S.F.

     , Hardin b 3‑14‑1847 d 3‑27‑1893

Anderson, Lula 1933‑1934 Our dear baby, Unknown d 1893 mkr. overgrown by tree.

Stanley, Erving 1858‑1929, James 1906‑35. The last 3 fenced together with

another grave marked by sandstone and covered with spring flowers. There were

dozens of other graves marked by sandstones in this 3 acre cemetery.

The old RILEY CEMETERY, is in N.E. Section (23?) of Saline Co. about ¼ acre.

Robinson, J. F. mil‑mkr Co.E.3rd Ill. Cav. (Cem. fenced but

badly overgrown Merriman, Richard 1805‑88 w Helen B. 1815‑85. brier and small

brush) Gaines, Mary D. 3‑6‑1809 d 9‑22‑1896, Lorenzo 1839‑22, Linna 1877‑02 d/o

L. & M. D.

These 3 in a row, fine mkrs, one red granite, crumbled brick base, down flat.

Margrave, Annie d 10‑31‑1884, age 20 w/o W.D., John b 1‑21‑1867?

Davis, Linna d 9‑19‑1857 age 43 y 11 m, w/o Wm. R., son Frederick A. 1842‑53

  , John d‑3‑10‑1853 age 69 y 11 m 10 d, w Susannah d 3‑10‑1853 age 65+

1830 Census, Anderson Co. S.C, lived next to our Miner fam. all to Ham. Co. Gregg, Francis 1791‑65, w Sarah 1803‑84, sandstone 5 ft N. of F.G. unreadable.

     , Thos. W. 9‑3‑1842 10‑20‑1865 mkr down, Wm. R. 1821‑59 w Elizabeth 1821‑14

Riley, Ira E. 1790‑48 w Susannah 1796‑64, D.E. d 3‑6‑1890 at 73,w Sarah M.1819‑85

Haley, Meeks or Haley Meeks 1819‑80 w Rosa Ann d 12‑18‑1881 b 2‑27‑1825

Bramlet, W. H. 2‑11‑1836 d 8‑31‑1887, w Martha M. d 3‑18‑1889 at 50y, 1m & 19d

       , Emily C. 8‑26‑1864 d 8‑6‑1865 d/o W. H. & M. D.

Nelson, Seth J. 1861‑26 w Frances A. 1868‑45, Cecil d 1949, a dau 1886‑99 end.

The John Davis & w Susannah farm sold to Elijah Minor family after their death

It was located about 1 mile North of this cem. which is N. of Texas City Sal Co.

 

 

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Palestine # 1 Cemetery located in the North Part of the Village of Omaha on land donated by Rev. Robert Macklin Davis (1824‑1908) long time Presbyterian minister. The C. P. church which stood on the S.E. corner of this site was organized in 1852 by Rev. Davis, with the assistance of Rev. Benny Bruce and Rev. John Crawford, of Crawford P.O. Ill. Early maps called the area Kinsall for the numerous family of that name. Omaha and Ridgway were not started until about 20 years later when the railroad was completed. The Davis log home was located a few hundred feet South of the church and stood for 130 years before it was razed in 1975.

 

Beginning with the markers near the old church site. Supplement 1973 comp.

Harrell, Joel M. 1897‑ w Bertha 1890‑68

Davis, Fred M. 1876‑1928, John A. 1828‑ Co A.29 Ill. Inf, w Clariasa 1827-1906­

Eubanks, James F 1870‑35 w Minnie (mo)1879‑01, William. A. 1850‑1905

Sisk, Rebecca Carroll 1858‑1956 w/o W.D. Sisk d. 1921 buried Parma, Mo.

Carroll, Clara 1873‑00 d/o J.A.

Burkett, Fred C. 1880‑60, Nellie Jane 1886‑43

Eubanks, Mary 1840‑27 w/o Acquilla, Joe F. 1889‑51, w Stella 1890‑ Jolene 1910­-

Blair, Robert S. 1858‑1955 w Enola 1857‑14, dau ? 1897‑99

Holderby, Robert S. 1831‑69 Co G 29th Ill. Inf.

Davis, James 1864‑53, w Janie 1865‑46 Cora 1889‑92

Randall, Carrie 1876‑92 d/o J.E. & R.C. Randall

Galloway Charles R. 1850‑17, w Sylvester J. b 1856 Dora M. 1878‑, Mary B. 1885­-

The latter three drowned on Apr. 3, 1898 in Shawneetown flood.

Walters, Asa M. 1859‑14, w Mary 1864‑95, Goldew 1894‑95,

Smith, M. P. 1880‑ w Gertrude 1887‑05

Porter, Mary A. 1836‑02

Geers, John 0. 1860‑37, w Maggie Mc C‑ 1862‑34

Bruce, Robert J. Sgt. 120 Ill. ch Lillie d 1887, 0scar 1867‑49, Laura 1868‑1919

Bruce, Rhea 1906‑16,

Blackard, James W. 1860‑43, Josie 1873‑23 dau Aplie d 1890

Blackard, John L. 1834‑99 Sgt Co H 120 Ill., John H. 1856‑32 w Catherine 1855‑2

Moore, John C. 1834-00 Co H 120 Ill. Inf. w Josephine 1834‑93, 2 ch d 1861 & 1873

Hatchell, Frances 1848‑84 w/o Newton J. 1842‑87, 1st w Cordelia Randolph 1846‑69

Rudolph, Eva 1879‑06 w/o H. L.

Edwards, John S. 1860‑43, w Lula D. 1867‑33, ch Nettie 1890‑06 & Curtis 1888‑95

Williams, George W. 1859‑96, w Alice 1860‑99, Wilbu ?? 1886‑98

Caldwell, Alexander P. 1838‑97, w Amanda C. 1844‑ , John 1864‑91

Birdwell, Margaret M. w/o Rev. James M., Jenette A. 1867‑88 w/o John B.

Farless, Franklin d 2‑11‑1876 aged about 52 yrs

Beasley, Sterling 1885‑07, Eddie 1880‑81 s/o J. & S.J., Eva Beasley Newhard d 04

Kimener, Jennie Beasley 1854‑29

Russell, George G. 1810‑78 Corp. Co H 120 Ill. Inf Regt.

Nix, John L. 1867‑70 s/o J. & H.

Hunter, Robert 1853‑65 s/o W.D. or M.D. and Eliza Ann

Pritchett, Clarinda 1857‑59, Henry E. 1859‑60 ch/o L.C.? and M.

Hill, Lethia June 1896‑13 d/o Taylor and Jennie Hill

Blair, Peter 1828‑00, w Susan 1841‑70, Joe P. 1851‑88

Eubanks, James M. 1840‑12 Orval 1865‑66 s/o J.M & M.P., Nellie 1882‑89 d/o Acq. & M.M.

Campbell, Robert A. Co G 6th Regt. Ill Cav

Kinsall, Benjamin 1824‑02 Co G 120 Ill Inf, Robert S. 1865‑00, Eva 1882‑08

Kinsall, Monroe D. 1860‑30, w Mollie L. 1862‑16, ch Sarilda 1897‑15, Ben D. 1884‑01

Kinsall, Eula 1899‑07, Mary E. 1854‑90 d/o D.M. & G?, Orval 1844‑54 s/o S. & S.S.

Kinsall, David M. 1827‑75 120 Ill Inf, w Cordelia 1829‑18, Sophenia 1860‑75

Kinsall, dau of Moses & Mary, Mahala 1854‑76 d/o D.M. Cordelia, Lucy E. 1870‑98

Kinsall, Harve P. 1865‑21 w Katie 1854‑03, Moses S. 1872‑52 w Jince 1869‑34

Kinsall, J. Poke 1851‑37 w Annie B. 1856‑11, Edward J. 1877‑47 w Lucretia 1885‑52

Kinsall, William M. 1821-92, Charles M. 1876-1960

Davis, Elizabeth 1791‑1856 w/o John, s John H. 1824-54, s Calvin 1818-54

McCabe, Annie 1891‑94 d/o J.A. & R.

Hill, Caswell T. 1849‑16 w Susan P. 1858‑96

 

 

 

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Palestine # 1 Cemetery supplement continued

 

Litsey, Lula 1870-97 w/o W.A. 2ch b&d 1892-97

Faughan, W.F. 1850-76 w Eliza J. Blackard 1852-38 md 2nd J.R. Brown

Price, Eli W. 1816-89 w Margaret 1821-97, Leonard 1857-99

Price, J. K. 1846-30 w Katie 1854-03 : Fred

     , Arminta J 1860-86 Reed 1884- w Eddie M. 1879-58, Ellen 69-42

Pickerell, Bruce 1905-69, Emma H 1906

West, David M. 1858-1920

Walters, Leonard 1878-67 w Lola B (Robinson) 1874-   (living 1976)

Allyn, Otis 1841-98 w Annie 1861-36

Rogers, Joseph P. 1861-15 w Janey 1864-91

Starkey, David 1835-82 & 2ch, Ben R. ?, Ada 1877-00, ? d 1885

Pearce, Verrazane 1855-89 in SW corner

Harper, Sherman 1868-99 w Laura 1869- Oatis Henry 1902-68

Davis, W. P. 1826-1910 w Margaret 1837-01: Mollie 1863-96 wo J.E.

Hendrix, James H. 1867-91 w Rosa Cash 1863-98, Geo. W. 1862-1931

Hendrick, David T. 1871-61 Maude 1872-

Hunt, W.D. Co B 18th Ill. Inf

Quigley, Andrew 1837-1908 w Nancy J, 1845-09

McMurtrey, Bertha 1876-13

Morgan, Elmer E. 1882-57

Moore, Mary Jane d 1885 w/of W. MacMoore

Sarver, Sarah E. 1858-84 w o S

Kiser, Daniel b 1843 Co C 29 Ill Inf. William P. 1836-85 & 4 ch

Thomm, Lillie Sisk 1878-07

Bowers, Singleton 1796-1878, w Pauline 1807-92, John C 1835-78 Co G 29 Inf.

      , Julia 1841-1925

Ferrell, Lora 1850-86, 3 ch of W.E. & Grace b&d 1895-99

Brockett, Frederick 1851-76 son of A. O. & F.

Harrell, James C. 1847-23 w Susan C. 1848-28

       , Finley 1854-31 Emma 1858-89: Ernest 1882-61 Flo 1884-61

Campbell, Wm. 1858-40 Katherine 1866-1963 Malissa 1820-84

Torrant, William E. 1847-58 son of A. B. & M. A.

McGhee, T.C. Co. G 29 Ill. Inf, Cora 1853-83, Wm. 1865-72 & Newton s/o R&S

Armstrong, Wm. S. 1832-15, w Sarah E. 1842-16, Joshua 1873-00

Skelton,  John S. 1845-78 6th Ill Cav. John W. 1877-51 w Nellie 1878-55

      , Drue 1903-65, John W. Jr 1913-39 3 inf b&d 1895-03

Feazel, Flowd 1907- w Pauline 1909-33

Lawrence, Ensley 1850-91 w Ellen T. 1854-31

Groeninger, Fred 1861-21 w Martha 1864-33, ch Fred Jr 1904-23, Ethel 95-96

Edwards, Peter 1831-10 w Frances D. 1831-09, Flood 1828-76 Sarah L. 1847-

Allen, Minnie B. b&d 1900, Barnabus 1902-07 ch of J.M. & I.D.

Duncan, Rev. R. M. 1812-98 w Allapher 1808-7?, Wm. P. 1843-01

Davis, Robert H. 1882-63 w Hazel Jean 1893-57 s Robert M. 1916-

Diel, Manerva J. 1854-88 John L. 1874-87 s/o S.M. & M.

    , Sarah E. 1861-98 dau of H,A. & J.

McCain, Albert 1870-06 Sarah C. 1870-49, Clemma ?1870-49

      , Blaine 1891-97 Johnny 1901-30

Hudgins, Linn E. 1858-87 w of C.M. son Ralph d 1887

McDaniel, Oscar D. 1850-97 w Mary E. 1865-51

Benner, Ira 1889-90 s/o A.F.& E. A.

Mathias, John L. 1842-85 w Lizzie 1855-87

Wallace, Jas. R. 1838-02 w Margaret V. 1856-27

Bryant, Rolla S. 1875-52 (Ridgway's druggist) w Maude (Williams) 1879-54

      , son Joe (M.D.) Capt. U.S. Air Force WW1 & 2, 1897-1973

Blackard, John H. 1856-32 w Catherine H. 1855-29, Sgt John L.1834-99 Co. H 120 Il If

Williams. W. H. 1822-70  2 ch of C. W. & E. A. Draper d 1895 & 1902

Hentgen, Irene 1890-91 d/o N. & D.

Ferrell, W. E. 1849-1930 buried in Fla., Grace wife 1858-1915

 

 

 

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Palestine #2 Cemetery, located about 1/2 mi. North of village of Omaha in

Section 22. It is alongside of Route 1 and is about 360 ft. E. to West and

540 ft. from large oak on N. side to fence on South. The hill climbs to

the West of state Route #1 for 210 ft. to the main North-South cemetery

road. I began copying in the East section in the N. W. corner, from the

road down to Rt. 1, then to next row and up. This part completed on Aug.

12-1976, the West slope of smaller part was completed on the 14th.

This cemetery is well cared for. As copied, most are double markers.

 

Switzer, Ura J. 1890-57 son Gilbert 1910-28

      , Andrew M. 1864-39 w Judy 1869-36

Rodgers, Hez 1884-70 w Mary A. (Price) 1885-

Hedges, Ancel 1881-43 w Eunice 1884-23, Donald Ray 1927-45 USNR

      , Ralph 1905-64 w Bossie (Wilson?) 1907- , Byron 1903-63

Kinsall, Ernest 1897-63 Eva 1910-

Moore, Ralph E. 1886-67 w Margaret E. 1884-

Hancock, Joseph S. 1866-43 w Sallie J. 1878-53, s Jos. E. 1905- w Cora N. 1905-

Skelton, Soloman 1874-56 Clara J. 1877-33, Norvel V. 1900-72 ?

Ready, Chas. T. 1886-62 Rose M. 1893-67

Eaton, Littleton B. 1868-46 Anna M. 1877-

Johnson, Wm. A. 1868-47? Clara E. 1884?-48, Mary A.1888-62

      , Betty 1938-48, Raymond E. 1904-48

Nelson, Shirley Jo 1946-70

Bradford, Charles 1895-65 Judith 1899-

Sanders, Isaac E. 1885-47 w Bertha E. 1889-73

Willis, Allen M. fa. 1911- mo. Norma E. 1923- son Allen D. 1942-62?

Rodgers, Burnette 1915- w Ethel (Burdick) 1916-

Bryant, Chas. E. 1905- md 1936 Earline 1917-

Campbell, Lillian N. 1896-73

Crunk, R. J. 1919-62 WW 2

Awalt, Claud 1903- w Inis 1903- Fae Dorothy, Juanita C.N.

Holland, Hobart 1903-72 Kathleen 1912-

Utley, Robert L. 1893-69 Mary E. 1895-56: Wm. J. 1889-64 Margaret E. 83-48

Wood, Guy A. 1904-75? Neva M. 1902-

Hedger, Sam 1886-62 Frances 1888-

Carroll, Norman 1900-45 Lita? 1905-

Garrett, Chas. 1886-53 Flora 1886-54

Hedger, Jimmie D. our baby 1945-53 Mary Ann 4-22-63 d 5-27-1963

Rodgers, Robert S. 1892-72 w Grace M. 1895-70

Campbell, Allie C. 1902- , Beaulah M. 1904-70 s Wayne Lee 1926-28

      , Walter M. 1869-34 Erlie ? M. 1874-41

McCaleb, Geo. W. ?1851-29 w Sarah A. 1856-27

Smith, Earnest 1886-66 w Margaret (McCaleb) 1889-68

Davis, Louie 1897- w Lizzie E. (Sanders) 1900- 3 infants b&d 1924 to 27

      , James L. 1901-59 Robert G. 1896-5?

Welch, Lawrence Eugene 1895-74 WW 1, E. Alyne (Hedger) 1907-

Williams, Walter H. 1896-60 WW 1

Burdick, Callie C. 1904- Bessie L. 1903-

Kohl, Geo. E. 1887-61 Lela 1906-

Burdick, Wm. S. 1875-60 w Lorina 1879-61 s Wm. E. 1914- w Dorothy 1916-

Pearce, Wm. M. 1862-47? Rachel M. 1867-47 Byron 1900-65 Gertrude 1903-

Grumley, Romelia J. 1888-65 w Bertha 1892-

Young, Rev. Homer 1895-66 w Esther G, 1896-

Blackard, Warren H. 1903-71 WW 2 Marie 1920-

Pearce, Wm. Lee 1895-66 WW 1

Hesterly, Richard L. 1926-68 WW 2

Mills, Earl F. 1913- Helen M. 1913-71

Jann, George 1943-58 Raymond 1948-58

Davis, Ben 1889-53 Nola 1895-

Utley, Harry 1888-59 Fannie 1892-60

 

 

 

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Palestine # 2 Cemetery, North of Omaha, Inscriptions continued.

 

Grant, Louis W. 1880-65, Jennie M. 1906-

Gross, Sherman A. 1894-, w Maggie B. (Dillard) 1890-

Meyer, Harm J. 1880-60, Eva 1891-65

Earhart, Wm. I. 1875-60, Rosetta 1880-49

Hargrave, Harry I. 1870-28, Della A. 1870-61

Robinson, George 1889‑48

Hedger, Mary Elizabeth 1855-34

Blackard, Frank 1898-62, John C. 1872-29, w Effie J. 1873‑59

Durham, Guy 1882‑11, w Elsie 1888-09, Asahel 1853‑12        on road

Benner, Thompson 1883‑64, w Flora 1885-58

Walls, Manford b in May d Sept. 1906, inf. b&d Dec. 18-1908 ch/o Wm.& M.J.

Brockschmidt, Herman 1903- w Ruby (Thomas) 1905- our dau Carol J. Lane 1929-76

Allen, Robert E. 1895-56, Beatrice 1894-18, Georgia 1909‑54

Flota, Ernie 1894‑, Myrtle 1891‑67

Watson, Savilla mother 1879-62, son Bill 1903-44

Holleman, Homer 1875‑58, Flora 1886‑71, Beecher 1900-48 WW2

Kinsall, Grace M. 1890-75

Coulter, Walter 1883‑70, Naoma R. 1888-

Maxfield, Charles 1899‑45, Thelma M. 1900‑

Blackard, Loomis 1869-48 Ella A. 1871-, Barnie 1894‑5?  WW1 & WW2

Durbin, William R. 1909- m 1930, Nina Cummings 1913-, mo Nora Woodring 1889-1969

Hedger, Avery 1890‑62, Lottie 1901‑71

Miner, Harry L. 1899‑74, w Margaret J. (Crayne) 1905-

Stanley, Albert 1901-70, Edith 1895-

Pritchett, 1881‑49

Hill, Cletus 1891‑51, Callie 1895-74

Utley, John S. 1901‑75, Hazel M. 1897‑

Minton, Daniel W., Sgt. 1921‑44 Killed in action Mt Castellone Italy

Black, Charles 1890-49, w Eva Lena 1890‑63

Draper, Charles W. 1858‑46

Skelton, William E. 1848-32, w Susan A. 1853-35, William Dallas 1893‑48

Caldwell, Daniel 1867‑37, Lovina 1877‑54, Harry T. 1896‑49 WW1, Joe 1900‑67

Eubanks, Joseph 1888‑62, L. Isabelle 1890

Galt, Susan 1846-30

Hedger, Silas C. 1877‑36, Sarah Eliza 1878‑57, s James Hy 1910-13

      , Jennie 1864‑45

Gregg, John I 1833‑07, Dicy E. 1839‑16, James G. 1865‑54 SA War, Cath 1873-1936

McDaniel, Herbert 1877‑58, Sarah 1877‑59

Smith, Noel W., 1896‑32 Blanch R. 1897-­

Motsinger, Freeman 1889‑, Essie P. 1891‑74

Ingraham, Laura Porter mother 1864‑43

Davis, Tabitha 1830‑1908

Aaron, B. F. 1858‑30, w Mary E. 1862‑05, dau 1902‑03

Edwards, James 1870‑09 w Hannah 1870‑30

Irons, John 1867‑28, w Dora 1880‑68

Herpel, J. L. 1843‑1919, w Louise 1851‑09, dau Katie 1890‑06

Smith, Alvie 1889‑62? w Maggie 1890‑62, Walter 1891-71, Gertrude 1892‑72

Eubanks, Sarah P. mo 1856‑26 dau Carrie F. 1887‑05

Bryant, Jennie 1878‑57 next to Wm. H. 1835‑13, Thomas 1872‑42

White, Samuel Lee 1900‑24

Bellah, Thomas F. Sp. Am. War wagoner

Edwards, Herdis 1902‑, w Ethel (Sarver) 1902‑68

Sarver, Lelia 1894‑35

Carter, Hiram C. 1876‑63, Virginia 1874‑55

Abel, Shirley Jean 1931‑32

Kinsall, Hiram C. 1854‑, Georgia A. 1861‑31

Harper, Lellis 1890‑73 md Jessie (Carroll) in 1909 1891­-

Armstrong, Charles 1884‑60, Anna 1879‑45

 

 

 

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Inscriptions from Markers in Palestine # 2 Cemetery, ¼ mi S of Gallatin - White County Line, Continued.

 

Boutwell, Alvin 1891‑49, Lillie 1894­-

Edwards, William Lloyd 1929‑, w Irma (Sanders) 1930-­

Ramsey, Walter 1875‑60, Pearl (Fox) 1880‑49 in S.E. corner of Cem.

Henson, Walter 1889‑, Marie 1899‑41

Pritchett, Horace 1880‑76, w Jessie 1892‑, Carl 1910‑61, w Wilma 1913‑41

Sarver, George 1879‑14, w Emma 1878‑56, Wesley 1898?‑17

Gott, Leonard 1893‑44 f. home mkr almost covered, Floyd 1886‑60 metal plate

Bellah, Felix 1896‑08

Allen, R. Dean b Sept d Dec. 1942, Gary 1941

Allen, Freeman D. 1895‑61 f, Gladys M. 1893‑ dau Ruby Fay 1926-­

Campbell, Vesta L. 1889‑57, Emma E. 1922‑26? , funeral home metal stob illegal

West, Louis F. 1874‑47, Allie J. 1875‑45 s Ralph 1904‑1919 Glen b&d 1908

Meyers, John 1859‑25, Matilda 1867‑44, Richard b&d 1908, William P. 1900‑55

        Charles 1902‑62 upright concrete w/ metal plate mark most of Meyers

Eubanks, R. Lee 1898‑74 Inez G. 1892‑62 center mkr. Eubanks

Steele, Ralph Steele 1901‑72 ? Lela Gregg 1893‑68 center mkr. Eubanks

Krieger, Carrie 1892‑11

Lewis, Robert E. 1887‑Aug 1976 Chloe 1888‑67

Alvey, Daphne 1908‑34 w/o Birdie T. Alvey

Allyn, Charles 1887‑63 w Edith 1887‑29 s Harold 1905‑07

Irions, Isaac C. 1844‑22 w Lucy A. 1848‑35 Betty Lou infant 1933

Eubanks, George 1875‑31, Walter 1871‑31, Virgil 1866‑49, Ethel 1886‑66 Eubanks ctr

Price, James V. 1867‑18, Fay 1891‑ these near center on E. side of road

Price & Wallace center Constance 1896‑69, Pearl 1893‑, James E. 1893‑53?

Shook, Roy 1904‑73, Reba 1905‑, Jennie 1868‑50, Edna Ruth 1909‑15

Pritchett, Sarah Randolph 1889‑68 Frank 1922‑75 WW 2

Endicott, J. F. 1883‑46 w Tena s William Alfred 1908‑1909

          James 1883‑?36 Lillian b&d 1911 d/o James & Sarah

Carroll ctr, Sherman D. 1866‑46 Emma 1878‑41 Willis 1895‑17

Moye, Timothy 1912‑54 w Mildred (Burdick) ?

Gregg, James 1864‑34

West, G. Elmus 1886‑63 w Teresa (Hemphill) 1882‑67

West, Elias A. 1852‑29 w Henrietta E. 1865‑25 Dwight E. 1903‑13

Benner, Felix 1856‑37 (father) Ida M. (mother) 1869‑35

Russell, Charles A. 1876‑66

Pearce, James F. 1868‑53

Price, Lewis M. 1855‑29 Sallie 1860‑38

Anderson, Thomas W. 1898‑43 w Della 1895-­

Kinsall, Jesse E. 1899‑70 w Della 1911‑52

Williams, John 1872‑30 Sp. Am. War, Flora 1877‑61

Rister, Fred 1892‑52 fa, Grace 1894‑51 mo, Hayward 1925‑25 Laura b&d 1923

Rister, Letha 1915‑1916

Rainey, Archibald 1860‑36 Lucinda 1869‑23

 

   This completes all markers on East side of center road not in Book 1.

In a few cases I have added the maiden name of the wife in order to aid in the

recognition of families.

   Begin North‑East corner of West side of Palestine # 2. Rows about 40 ft

with pathway between rows.

 

Blackard, Eliza C. 1843‑1910

Benner, Ada May 1869‑35

Rister, Alvin 1902‑72, Mary 1904‑34, Mable 1914­-

Mathes, William 1864‑35, Emma M. 1878‑56 ?

Allen, James M. 1869‑47, Loudicea 1876‑41, Verla Sue 1938‑39

Allen, Otto 1911‑45, Lillian K. 1910­-

 

 

 

 

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Palestine # Two Cemetery, located about midway between Village of Omaha and the North Line of Gallatin County and on West Side of Route 1. Inscriptions from West 2/5 or West of road continued. Many large markers.

 

Monroe, Reed 1909‑60 Staff Sgt WW 2, Homer 1909‑60? f Fred Sr. adj.?

Leeds, Fred 1882‑65 Lena 1892­-

Butts, James W. 1884‑53 Emma 1898‑45

Wood, Carna 1897‑71 Nellie 1905‑75 Wallace E. 1934‑35

Williams, Hiram 1869‑47 Cassie 1872‑32 Ray 1912‑55?

Starkey, Loomis 1879-51 Fannie 1881‑66

Blackard, Nellie B. 1888‑1919

Krieger, Anna E. 1867‑43                ;

Jones, J. Sherman 1864‑41 w Effie? 1873‑45 Lennis 1897‑25

Holland, Herschul S. 1901‑ Myrtle A. 1903‑38

Holland, S. Alfred 1876‑65 w Carrie B. 1878‑55, dau Atha May 1917‑1919

Edwards, Emily C. 1846‑25 William F. 1872‑53 Anna 1875‑43 Myrtle B. 1897‑59

Blue, Thurman 1913‑75 Myrtle Blue Schneider 1897-59   (2 mkrs)

Whipple, Clarence W. 1883‑43 w Bessie (Edwards) 1886‑73 dau Letha 1904‑75

Whipple, Debra Lynn 1951‑57 d/o Clarence Jr. & Lois

McCaleb, Charles 1884‑56 w Lillie 1889‑66

Dixon, Theodore C. 1900‑ w Bernadean (Campbell) 1906‑7? extreme West side

Harper, Luther S. 11‑22‑1910 ‑ Hazel 9‑2‑1912 ‑

Blackard, Reece Lockwood 1897‑ w Mary Gregg 1897‑ Gregg & Blackard center piece

Gregg, Leroy Earl 1900‑66 Flora Johnson 1900‑

Ripperden, Reba 1909‑45

Lewis, Thompson 1861‑43 w Julia 1864‑42

Wilson, Albert B. 1892‑49 father, Martha 1894‑ mo, David C. 1914‑69

Buckool?, Pvt Henry 1894‑21  At Rest only marker in 40 ft. row

Allen, Simeon 1856‑1918 Margaret 1861‑35 Henry 1901‑1919

Hedger, Pvt Pleasant W. 147 Inf 47th Div. 3‑13‑1945, Essie 1892‑62

Stierwalt center mkr, f Paris A., mo Annie, Gladys, Wallace, Ruth, ?

Blackard, Felix G. fa 1830‑1911, mo Harriet 1843‑1919

Blackard, Herman M. 1866‑11 w Emma Oliver 1872‑57; next DeWitt mkr see bk 1

Parks, Or?ie M. 1884‑63 Myrtle 1888‑73

Robb, Walter T. 1896‑28 MG Co Reg 328?, w Nellie 1892‑ DuFresne  see bk 1

West, Orval 1880‑1918 Grace 1883‑62

Whipple, Rufus 1906‑65 w Doris 1909-­

Switzer, John W. 1871‑38 Merta M. 1879‑44

Luke, Harry 1875‑51 (on same mkr) Ethel Quigley 1882-­

Harvey, Charles 1874‑ Millie 1874‑47

Brockschmidt, George Jr. 2‑2‑1926  9‑26‑51 WW 2

Cox, Orvil 1905‑73 Opal 1909-­

Williams, H. C. 7‑2‑1909  Ida C. 1907‑69

Blackard, W. Vernett 1902‑75 Dorothy A. 1905-­

Wilhite, Walter E. 1904‑68 Gladys M. 1899‑74

Blackard, William L. fa. 1880‑49  Stella M. mo. 1880‑52

Nadler, Beth Ann 4‑18‑1951

Downen, Tom 1895‑40 Lucy 1897‑59

Lamb, Martha A. 1850‑42 mo , William O. Slocumb son 1883‑37

Slocumb, Charles G. 1878‑55  Cora 1882‑56

Bruce, Marshall L. 1858‑29  Gencie M. 1862‑28

Gregg, William E. 1857‑31  Emma E. 1861‑35

Gregg, Robert E. 1891‑53 WW 1, Margaret A. 1901‑  Robert L. 1927‑74

Wilson, John H. 1865‑16 Nora 1871‑09

Humphrey, George D. 1861?‑ 45  Emma G. 1867‑51  enclosed by concrete footing

Galts, Carrie McMurtrey 1870‑26

Wallace, ctr Albert H. 1891‑56

Benner, Theodore C. 1880‑70  Nancy E. 1883‑61, Lila Gale Nelson 1904‑27

Benner, Harry Fred 1905‑26?, Roma Dee 1917‑21

Oldham, Charles 1920‑25

Greene, Charles E. 1924‑52 WW 2 Navy

 

 

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Supplement of Palestine # 2, located ½ mi North of Omaha, continued.

West side.

 

Chapman, Clarden L. 1891‑69 WW1 w Pauline B. 1906‑40

Harris, A. L. 1860‑14 w Mollie 1870­

Gregg, Mollie 1865‑34

Denham, P. L. 1889‑54 Flora 1888‑66 3 concrete Fam Home mkrs almost covered

Flatt, Estel E. 1918‑75

Wicker, Charles A. 1879‑66 Edna C. 1882‑55 Charles H. 1903‑63, Rolla J.1887‑54

Nation, Elsie M. 1899‑63

Eubanks, Allie M. 1882‑59 Fannie 1887­

Henderson, Robert A. 1902‑66

Sadler, Samuel S. 1893‑70? Lavena 1920­

Garrett, Addie H. 1931‑70? f.h.s. James A. 1896‑73

Beam, Bob 1910‑71 Florabelle 1913‑ verse on back of large mkr

Pilot, Henry 1883‑62 w Ellen (Cox, Edwards) 1883‑72

Edwards, James T. b 7‑4‑1906 w Mary J. L. 1911‑60

Lamb, Bettie b 5‑30‑1883 Kathryn b 10‑2‑1915

Graves, Lucille 6‑9‑1911 - 11‑25‑1974

Whipple, Alberta? 1917‑60

Stallings, Ralph L. 1909‑74 w Jemima A. 1910­

Tarrant, Henry S. 1884‑55 Myrtle 1884‑  Carl 1911‑12  Yelta b May d Dec 1909

Willis, Delora Irene b&d 1931

Greene, Charles C. 1879‑65 w Ella M. 1879‑47 Gladys 1904‑37

Blackard, Lawrence 1887‑71 Gladys 1905­

Armstrong, Donald 1871‑39?  William Thomas 1873‑57 Bessie 1880?-06 Addie 1875‑57

Armstrong, William fa 1869‑37 mo Myrtle 1879‑39 son George R. 1902‑20

Armstrong, Elias A. (9th Ill. Inf Sp. Am. War)

Hedger, Grace 1875‑41 w/o Samuel, Guy W. 1895‑20 w Lizzie 1896‑60

ctr. p., Raymond 1898‑20, Ray L. 1896‑ Blanch Taylor 1901‑59

Cox, Alvin 1909‑48 Louise 1912‑ Spencer 1874‑54  Emma A. 1890‑28

Bruce, Otis 1874‑67 Amy 1877‑58?

Barger, E.S. (M.D.) 1862‑44 w Zella 1868‑59

Boswell, James 1874‑54 Leona ?E. 1876-41 Lee H. 1902‑75 w Wilma 1919­

Bellah, Russell 1893‑74 fa, dau Margaret 1917‑76

Gott, John T. 1949‑69 begin South 60ft of West side

Hudgens, John M. 1908‑74 Virginia 1920­

Bryant, Odes S, 1868‑54 Lucy J. 1885­

Couser, Lewis E. 1935‑57

Endicott, Pauline b&d 1944 same row abt 30 ft on Jewel Gladys 1920‑43

Young, George Pvt WW 1 Elsie 1893‑45

Rainey, Robert A. 1889‑68 Mary Bell 1894‑60

Brown, Tom  brother 1872‑60 Nellie  sister 1888‑70

Minor, Henry 1890‑69 w Lucinda 1891‑ on ctr base James ‑ Bonny & Linda K.

Price, Edwin T. 1874‑43 Annie L. 1868‑55

Eubanks, Rola 1879‑40  Amy 1882‑43

Starkey, Cyril 1896‑40 adj

Gregg, Clara 1874‑57

Shain, Herman 1893‑70 Lillie 1898­

Derrington, Lawrence 1869‑27 w Ettie R. 1869‑24 s Lemuel 1894‑1918 son

Derrington, Hallas 1907‑08

Bruce, Guy 1894‑62 Clara 1894­

Fulton, William L. 1886‑60 w Martha L. 1893‑  this completes all that I found

 

From one who lived nearby, I received information on 2 more Omaha Twp. cemeteries. One was the Kiser family cemetery on the road West out of Omaha. It was on ridge on South side of NW¼ of NE¼ of Sec. 28 on the present Bradford farm. He remembered the Kiser name on most of the 5 or 6 markers. The other on the poor farm (closed in 1930s) was about ¾ mi. West on same road. There were 20 or 25 burials there, he remembered William Blair of Sh‑town, Rachel Kendrick of Eagle Creek and 2 of her sisters. No trace of either.

 

 

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This supplement completes Crawford Campground Cemetery located in the NW corner of the SW ¼ of NE ¼ of Sec. 25 of North Fork Twp about ¼ mi NW of Ridgway. Copied 10‑12‑1973. This tract consisting of 10 acres, 80 rods E. to W. and 20 rods North to South, was given the New Pleasant Congregation of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church by Rev. John C. Crawford and his wife Nancy, on 9‑18‑1840. Record bk K, page 624

 

Crawford, Mary 1835‑76 wife/of John A. 1834‑1920

Trousdale, Nazareth 1825‑71 w/o J. W.

Trousdale, Laura b&d 1863 dau of J. W. & Elizabeth Fowler,

Trousdale, Mahala 1856‑62 d/o J. W. & Hester Evans

Trousdale, J. W. 1817‑89 w Elizabeth 1825‑74, Charles 1882‑87 s/o L. B. & Mary

Trousdale, Atwell 1880‑37, Will 1886‑40, Beulah 1890‑64, John R. ch/o L. B. & Mary

Trousdale, Walter Maclin in mem of (s/o John) d 1815? illegible sandstone

Block, Anna (Glass) 1878‑1908 w/o Len, J. T. 1920‑21, 01a b&d 1913

Glass, Walter b&d 1909 latter 3 ch, of George (Ginger)& Rosa Glass

Rollman, John A. Logan 1862‑68, Martha E. Logan 1862‑67  twins of John & E.

Smith, Lydia J. 1855‑06, Anne E. 1861‑09 1st & 2nd wives of William J. (Buck)

Miner, Orpha Jane b 12‑29‑1875 d 3‑11‑1877 d/o Daniel & Rhoda

Glass, F. S. 1822‑1901 on same mkr M. L. Glass b 1852­

Rogers, Marcus Perry 1842‑12 w Anne E. 1836‑02

Wade, James R. 1834‑15 f/o Jim

Bruce, Kate 1841‑1926 2nd w/o Alexander E, Rachael d 9-24‑1830, 11mo 17da dau of Benj­.

Bean, Rufus (Doc) d 1940 Sp‑Am War, w Mollie 1872‑41

Barnett, William Thomas 1854‑1923 w Sarah Elizabeth Holderby 10‑28‑1857‑1944

Holderby, family monument names only, Nathaniel Porter 1829‑73 father

Holderby, Mary Lucinda Davis 3‑7‑1837 d 12‑29‑1906 mother, ch Emma 1868‑74

Holderby, Mary Jane 1859‑62, William Dempsey infant, Sarah E. 1857‑1944, Jane

Holderby, William P., Winifred L., John M., Enola S., Martha E.,

Holderby, Lillian H. 1871‑1944 , Nathaniel Jr.

Barnum, Clifton W. 1885‑61 w Agnes (Smith) 1885‑61, Clyde 1881‑99 s/o W

Brown, William A. 1872‑37, William Lon 1892‑61 WW 1

Bean, Walter B. 1870‑1962 w Martha 1870‑56, Zela Mae 1895‑1970

Crawford, Louis P. 1899‑67 w Mary (Wood) 1911‑72, sis Mildred 1909‑12

Kanady, Margaret 1864‑36 dau Alice Dale 1888‑68

Kanady, Samuel E. 1854‑1919 w Nancy Jane (Bruce) 1859‑34, Lena 1884‑94

Davis, William D. 1849‑51 s/o John N. & E. J.

Dickey, William 1818‑91 w Elenor b 1816­

Goforth, Raymond (Pop) 1883‑35 w Effie (Mom) 1888‑46

Drone, Thomas Ralph 1891‑71 w Jessie (Kimbro) 1888‑71

Hemphill, Madeline (Willis‑Drone) 1847‑26

Hanna, Susan F or J 1854‑82, Effie b&d 1881 d/o F. Y., & Susan

Hanna, Agnes C, 1859‑04 d/o J. E. Y. & Mary, John M. 1824‑48 s/o I. N. & E.

Gahm, Frank 1874‑32 w Cora (Lamb) 4‑22‑1874 12‑18‑1909

Hatfield, William T. 1871‑45 w Susan (Bean) 1877‑1970

Johnson, Belle (Rollman‑Connor) 1864‑21 w/o Rowan, Ester 1922‑60

Jones, Delmer 1913‑69 WW 2

Jackson, Will 1894‑73 w Martha (Downwn) 1897‑60

James, Henry (Dutch) 1887‑73 Henry Jr 1938‑60

Kimbro, George Sterling 1883‑94 s/o Garland & Helen

Kimbro, Charles E. 1882‑52 erected by wife Sadie: Jackie 1933‑50

Lamb, Scipio A. 1871‑08 w Mattie 1871‑24, Sarah A. 1862‑78 d/o N. J. & Catherine

Logan, Martha Jane d 1853 w/o James

McDaniel, Joe W. 1870-56 w Mollie (Donaldson) 1874-65 son Harry 1892-52

Bean, George L. 1878‑ md 1921 Velma b 1901‑  Mattie 1870‑56 w/o Walter

Bean, Henry M. (Judge) 1850‑16 w Jemima (Kimbro) 1851‑15, s Edgar 1882‑1900

Chapman, Thomas Pierson 1884‑67 w Stella (Bean) 1889‑52

Davis, C. A. 1852‑86

Reid, George 1892‑93 Marie b&d 1893 ch of Dent & Laura Reid

Reisinger, Charles 1885‑69 w Cora 1885‑69

 

 

 

 

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Crawford Campground Cemetery supplement cont. Copied 1973

Bruce, Robert A. father 1861‑1915 s/o B. F. and Sarah E.(Garret) Bruce

Buell, Lucy 1853‑39 w/o Joe, Mary E. (Lewis) Morris 1885‑57 d/o Lucy

Rollman, Ben 1888‑1917

Rose, Mary 1889‑1911, Alfred 1877‑07

Woolsey, Anna d 10‑29‑1894 age 16y 2mo w/o J. D.

Hise, Aunt Sally 1840‑1933

Dodge, Tapley T. (new CW mkr) 2‑10‑1839 3‑13‑22 w Ellen 1859‑38

Durham, Elmer (Lefty) 1891‑69 w Agnes (Bruce) 1893‑72 son

Durham, Harold (Jodie) 1919‑71 w Aline 1920

Schmitt, Lawrence B. 1917‑69 w Kathryn L.(Durham) 1924‑70

Hemphill, Samuel 1846‑1886 6th Ill. Cav. w Martha Boaz d 1928

Lewis, Joseph P. 1819‑71

Rollman, Henry 1809‑63 w Catherine (Hardin) 1807‑83

Hemphill, William Posey 1855‑1919 w Ellen 1853‑31

Burch, Alice 1862‑99 d/o George & Emma

Flahardy, Garland 1911‑29

Glass, Robert? 1779‑1845? probably should be James

More Crawford Cem. not taken from markers.

 

The following cem. list, taken from County or Newspaper records, etc some of whom at one time had markers say descendants.

Nalley, Thomas Sidney b Ky 1826 d 1880, Mary Melvina Davis 1841‑81

Bruce, Mrs. Sidney 1853‑81 w/o Robert 1856‑38, Geo. Edwards 1841‑81

Mrs. Pernecia A. Hargett 1852‑81 John Jamerson 1851‑82, Ezekiel Sauls 1834‑09

Ann Milton Owen 1799‑1882, Bealus Boaz 1823‑04 w Ann(Owens)1824‑04 Nancy E. Bean 1829‑06 m/o Rufus, Aunt Louisa (Crawford) Glass 1830‑1910

Warren W. Swager 1857‑99 (the shoe & boot maker), Finis Bozarth 1838‑1910 the coffin maker, Aunt Mary Crawford 1834‑13, Oliver Abbott 1877‑1907 Jane Edwards 1849‑09 w/o John, Charles G. Waynick 1852‑09 s/in law of Aunt Ellen Crawford, William A. Combs vet 1835‑09, Mary A. Lewis 1836‑02 George M. Burch 1833‑14, Cassandra Endicott 1837‑07, Claud McQuay 1904‑12 s/o William

Mary (Kanady) Crawford 1833‑1913 w/o Robert T. b 1830‑? Elizabeth Rose 1822-1902, George Jourdan 1846‑1878, California 1847, w/o Ezekiel Sauls, Lucinda Bean Mc­Cool 1835‑1921, Tabitha Griswold b Tn. 1815 d. 1884, Annie Rager age 66,

 

New Zion Baptist Church Cemetery, is located in W. central part of SW ¼ of SE ¼  of Sect. 15 T8 R9 and with church grounds consists of over 2 acres deeded by Robert F. and Jane Moye family.­

Harlis and wife Ella Fillingim lived, on the West side of the SW ¼ of NW ¼ of Section 22, on the site of an old inn purchased by his grand‑parents Ajax 1811‑97 and w Louisa Moye Fillingim in 1855. This inn was located on a very old road running cross‑country, from the salt springs near Equality, to the North‑East to the ford on the Little Wabash River at New Haven. Within a year or two other members of her family owned farms and lived along this road on adjoining farms. Across the draw, to the N.E. was the log home of her brother Joseph J. and wife Elizabeth Downen Moye, it was they who donated the acre for the Fillingim School in 1859. Next was the larger 1 & ½ story log house occupied by her parents John 1783‑1875 and Alice (Brown) Moye 1786‑1871. It was located on the ridge near the N.W. corner of NE¼ of NW¼ of Sec. 22. The church was started about 3/8 mi. up the road as a brush arbor camp meeting about 1857 on land owned by Robert and Jane who lived ¼ mi beyond. These annual meetings resulted in a church being built and organized in 1864, records from the Fairfield Association show. This building was of hewed logs. Mrs. Abigail Foster Bell b. 1875 told me in 1975 that she attended this church as a girl. It was located on the S. or E. side of the old road, the cut or path it followed can yet be seen as it entered near the Grubbs family markers and cut off the North‑West corner of present cem.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The New Zion Church that I remember stood on the North side of the old cross country wagon road which led to the salt works. At the time of its building the road N. and E. of the church was changed to its present location and in the late 1920s that part South and West was relocated on the section line. This building, built in the late 1880s stood until about 1940 when it was sold to Mat Mills who used it in building a home which is located 3½ mi East of Ridgway. The church, about 26' by 38' and of frame construction, had two entrance doors on the West, long pews in the center and a chimney and 4 windows on each side. Five generations of my family including brother sisters and cousins have worshiped in one of these buildings and three generations lie buried in the sand hill back of them. At revivals and funerals, all three rows of seats were often filled. Rev. Alfred Perkins then of Brazil Ind. but who grew up near New Zion Church and Fillingim School, returned in early 1935, hoping to get the church started again. It had been closed for 6 or 8 years. He was a cousin of my father William Leo Miner and both were born in 1883. I visited him and his family in Evansville, Ind. in 1923, when I found my first public Job so he visited my wife Helen and I at the beginning of his services. After a bit of vocal advertising the revival effort began, the attendance was fair but too many of the earlier faithful had moved away or had been laid to rest in the adjoining cemetery to fulfill his expectations. Much of the land had new owners too but he did enjoy meeting and visiting many old friends and relatives, during the two weeks of services.

 

From my earliest memory, our family attended New Zion, at first in the buggy and then when more room was needed Dad bought a surrey and finally in the early 1920s we could afford a Model T Ford. Services were held on Saturday night, Sunday morn and night plus mid‑week prayer service. Most of these we attended. This fellowship continued on Sunday, when many went home with someone else for the noon meal, often 3 or 4 families gathered at one home. Usually there were advance preparations at our home with bread, cakes and pies when company was to be invited but chickens for dumplings or frying had to be caught and prepared. Birthday dinners were usually potluck. The coming of radio, cars and better roads, improved communications but seemed to change the way of life in the country. Attendance at many rural churches including New Zion declined. I have seven pictures of groups, ranging in size from 34 to 135, attending birthday dinners for elderly residents. The first of these was for Veteran Robert Cash of near Junction in 1895, another for vet. V. W. Smith, a mile East of Ridgway. Many of their comrade. of the War between the States attended. The largest group, a surprise for Peter Smith, also our neighbor and in 1907, was attended by over 200 including the Cottonwood band. The 80th birthday of Rev. R. M. Davis in Omaha had 116 in the picture, this was in 1904. The last was in 1912 in honor of William (Bige) Quick of Ridgway. Entire families of neighbors, friends and relatives attended and helped make these celebrations long remembered. The relatives getting these so called basket dinners up also usually arranged for some type of entertainment. Often the young people of the church sang hymns or popular songs. At some, organ or string music was furnished but visiting was the main attraction of these get‑togethers which seemed to fade out at about the same time as many country churches.

     I remember when the sons and grandsons of the church founders would donate one or two days each year to clean the bushes and briers from the grounds. Only one of this group, Lane Foster 88 b. 1888, is living but he still mows his family row when able. For many years Harlis Fillingim with a bit of help from his sons and grandsons has donated his time and equipment in maintaining the cemetery and church grounds. During the past few years Gene Downen and I have helped on some of the mowing, among the

thick stones with small mowers but H. F. mows the acre of open land and much of the rest. New Zion had never solicited maintenance funds before the fall of 1978. Most of those contacted were generous and we hope interest received from these funds will do the Job when we are unable to.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Asbury M. E. Church, in the N.W. corner of Sec. 1, discontinued services in May of 1976, after more than a century. Old Cottonwood Primitive Baptist Church was located on the south side of SE ¼ of NE ¼  of Sec. 3, both in T8 R9. Services for this dwindling congregation were discontinued four or five years ago after their long time minister, the historian T. Leo Dodd of Eldorado, became unable to continue. The building was razed about two years ago. Bethlehem or Adkin M.E. church on the North side of Section 32 of Omaha Twp. is occasionally used for a funeral. Ringold Presbyterian Church on the South side of S.E. ¼ of N.W. ¼ of Sec. 4 T10 R9 began in 1886 with Thomas J. Spivey, as one of the founders. Its last service was in 1962 and in 1972 its ½ acre site and the building was given to Hogan Cemetery maintenance fund. Many other rural churches have, like New Zion given up after serving as community anchors for years and years. The earliest churches often also housed schools and vice‑versa. The rural schools were also important in holding communities together and were often built very near churches. World War II brought on an acceleration of the trek, from the rural areas to the cities, started by World War # 1. My old school, New Market or district 22’s enrollment dropped to 4 or 5 and for a while to 1. I remember it having near 50 pupils. Asbury built a new school across the road North of Asbury church combining, four districts. The high schools operated buses, so many of the rural grade schools began sending their pupils to the towns and paying tuition. In the early 1950’s came the vote to consolidate most of the rural district schools into unit schools. Mr. Mora Moore taught the last rural school in the county, Kedron Grade School with pupils from 3 or 4 former adjoining district schools. He began his teaching career in 1908, at age 17, at central school which was on the Eagle Creek and Saline County line. In 1910 he was at the old hewed log school called Goolsby. When replaced, his father John L. ran a store in this old building in Section 29 in T10 R8. After the New Haven grade school closed last year, there were only three schools left in the county. They are all grade 1 through 12 and located in Shawneetown, Equality and Ridgway. There are not over 4 or 5 active rural churches left.

 

The first burial at New Zion was of a traveler, a man who stopped at the Fillingim Inn his name now unknown. A brush arbor meeting was said to have been going on at the time near the site of the log church which followed. The time as stated earlier was about 1857 and soon afterward the infant twins of Robert and Jane (Downen) Moye are believed to have been buried there. His brother Joseph and her sister Elizabeth had twin daughters born in March of 1859, who died of croup the following July, who were buried there. Their names were Indiana and Louisiana. There are possibly others but Robert Moye, who died at home while serving in the Union Army in 1863, has the oldest marked grave. The following are names taken from markers at New Zion and complete the list not included in Volume one of Gallatin County and its Cemeteries.

 

Belt, Artha Ann 1873‑74 dau. of John P. & Julia A.(Fillingim)

Boutwell, Mary A. 1881‑88, Lucy A. 1884‑? ch/o Alex & P. A. ?

Bourland, Lucy 1889‑09 w/o Tom Bourland & d/o B. F. & M. E. Cox

Cox, Robert T 1895‑96, Edgar b&d 1903, Maud 1893‑22 ch/o B. F. & M. E.

Cox, Bricem L. b&d 1880 s/o Thomas J. & Louisa D. Cox

Goforth, Henry 1885‑05 & Elizabeth 1891‑07 ch/o Jasper & Isavilla

Goforth, George W. b 12‑22‑1871 d 7‑16‑1903 h/o Rosa & s/o Thomas C. & Iowa

Hendrick, Stephen 1825‑90 w Sarah E. 1831‑70, Ann Moye 1858‑96 w/o Mel

Harrelson, Hannah P. 1867‑91 w/o William M. Jr., s Sherman 1891‑92, Amanda

Brown, Reathy 1896‑97, Elmer 1903‑05 d & s of Wiley N. & Rhoda Hise Brown

Hise, James F. 1870‑1950, w Mary L. 1871‑99 son Joseph infant

Davis, William Wilson 1873‑194? w Rosetta (Cox) 1886‑06

Mayhue, Susan 1889‑93, Mary Agnes 1897‑01, Alice b&d 1901 c/o A. & Mag

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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            New Zion Cemetery continued

Jones, Kincheon P. 1867‑32 w Hettie 1873‑56

Miner, Laurence d 12‑13‑1892 age 1m & 3d s/o Henry & Lucretia A.

Sauls, Bricey 1888‑91 s of C. or G. W. & N. M.

Cox, George T. 1868‑90 Everett 1894‑09

Moye, Lydia (Ramsey) 1854‑89 w/o John T., Sammy 1894‑97, Art 1897‑98

Brown, Mary 1870?‑90, Laura 1866‑82 d/o Thomas J. & Nancy Jane

Fillingim, Virginia Belle 1929‑31 d/o Harlis & Ella, Joseph A. 1889‑90 s/o V. & H.

Hoge, Roy H. 1903‑71 mil‑mkr, Linda Ruth 1937‑38 inf of Roy & Myrl

Foster, James H. b 1856‑ Hulda Lucinda 1849‑89, George d 1892 ch/o D. & A.

Runyan, Sallie 1897‑98, Ora d/o Edmond and Maggie

Dillard, George b&d 1890 s/o W. S. & Martha, Myrtle E. ?

Cox, Sarah 1886‑1901 w/o Benjamin F.

Miner, Harry 1894‑49, Loral 1905‑23, Ethel no‑mkrs ch/o F. M. & Ida

Hollister, Ada (Belt) Stiles no dates, others known to be buried here

 

without markers follow

Stiles, Trafton h/o Ada b 1867, Julia Belt b 1845 w/o John P.

Joe Warren Fillingim b 1848‑ w Ellen b 1846‑ Marshall Brown 1882‑04 mkr

Helen 1913‑25 d/o Lee & Rhea Brown Rister, Lillie J. d/o W. C. & M. Boyer

Ambrose, William 1854‑14, Emily Cox 1854‑27 w/o Jess, Clara & Arthur Hill

Moore, George 1913‑14, Maud (Bruce) Awalt 1883‑09 w/o Frank

Rollman, Jacob d 4‑20‑1906 age 59, Martin C. Brown Baptist Minister ? 1850‑1911?

McIntosh, James W. Jr b&d 1878, Sims Ajax Fillingim d Nov 1881 age 1yr 11mo

Hendrick, Rachel & infant d 1882, Julia Goforth 1879‑02

Goforth, Parvilla (Brown) 1863‑1907, 6th dau of Wiley & Elizabeth Brown

 

Hazel Ridge or Shaw Cemetery on E. side of NE ¼ of Sec. 19 Omaha Twp.

Most of old section in Vol. 1, this completes all adults & most children.

 

Patton ?, Harve 1900‑ Oma 1901‑65 w Elsie May 1930‑71

Williams, John E. or F. 1897‑69, Clara D. 1906

Gard, James 1866‑47, Mary A. 1872‑36, Cecil 1913‑37, Jess T. 1905‑27

Sutton, Thomas C. 1885‑01, Samuel R 1883‑38 on same lot as Gard fam.

Trusty, F. Earl 1909‑ fa., Ruth 1906‑ mo., dau Mary Pauline 1932‑49

Davis, Mac 1874‑63, Minnie 1871‑20, Wm. F. 1887‑59, w Mary C. 1886‑26, Mary L. 1887-26

Baker, David 1829‑97, w Rose Ann ? 1836‑00

Kingston, Oscar 1879‑67, w Nora 1889‑6?

Mayhue, Marion 1870‑1968, w Emma 1875‑65, Anna Jewell 1907‑27

Cox, James H. 1884‑70, w Essie 1886­

Bruce, Frank 1885‑61, w Annie 1886‑63, Roy 1916‑65, w Naoma 1917­

Bruce, Ralph 1917‑ Loraine 1915‑65

Lodarback, James H. 1846‑14, w Mary A. (Bean) 1849‑1919, Purl E. 1882‑65

Lodarback, Orba 1922‑73, w Anna Casey 1928‑ , Dora 1894‑ , James Offa 1945‑66

Jones, T. W. 1857‑25

Gwaltney, Alvin 1885‑36, Minnie 1889‑64

Forrester, Ezra 1895‑69 Fannie 1901‑71

Blackard, W. Frank 1897‑ , w Edith 1912‑29

Howard, Davis C. 1871‑41, Martha 1872‑52, Sherman 1901‑ w Lillie M. 1901‑26

Shaw, 1881‑10, George H. 1889‑71 WW 1

Garrett, James L. 1848‑31, w Mary J. 1854‑45, 4 ch b&d between 1877 & 1892

Edwards, 1867‑91 w/o William G.

Overton, Ruby A. 1873‑42

Vineyard, Clyde 1879‑62 w Dollie 1885‑67 & 3 ch

Pankey, Ira S. 1891‑58, w Tessie (Graves) 1891‑ s Robert 1916‑26

Parks, Guss 1891‑1976?, w Margaret Pearl 1896‑27

 

Copied 10‑16‑1973 by G. Miner

 

 

 

 

 

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Adkin Cemetery or Bethlehem Methodist Church Cemetery located in NW¼ of NE¼ of Sec. 32 T7 R8 or Omaha Township. Church organized 1868, along with the cemetery, is alongside the section line. The one page in volume one and this supplement complete this cemetery.

 

Davis, Shaw 1891‑1956, Mack 1894‑72

Buttrey, L. Goodridge 1859‑44, w Fannie 1872‑1962

Keasler, David 1821‑98, w Mary L. 1831‑1919, William H. 1869‑38 w Jennie 1874‑42

Keasler, Hal H. 1943‑66, Frank W. 1935‑37, James M. 1862‑38, w Clemma 1867‑48

Garrett, Alfred 1810‑93 w Martha J. 1818‑96 & 2 infants

Garrett, Peter (vet) 1846‑27, w Harriet 1846‑09

Garrett, Delana G. 1872‑54 w Virginia H. 1872‑10

Williams, (dad) Hezekiah 1866‑28, (mother) Lucinda 1866‑45, Bob 1903‑56

Lamb, George F. 1869‑24, w Minnie 1875‑09, Otis 1884‑52

Bruce, Charles H. 1872‑35, w Vinnie 1878‑70, George S. s/o B. F. & S. E., illegible

Bruce, John 1795‑1876 Pvt. in Capt. Carlton’s Co, War 1812, w Mary A. 1794‑1852

Bruce, John w Mary 1803‑1855, infant of William b 1854­

Robinson, Elizabeth J. 1847‑1942 beside Timothy ?, Robert T. 1855‑76

Trusty, James W. 1850‑32 fa, Mary 1867‑40 mo, Isaac 1825‑89, Samuel F. 1908-44

Cowan, Sarah 1849‑0?, Melvin 1909‑16, Nettie 1887‑1919, Neva 1906‑33

York, Robert M. 1875‑47 w Minnie O. 1877‑55

Tarrant, Robert A. 1866‑1963, w Sarah M. 1874‑11, Sis Mary C. 1897‑1911

Tarrant, bro. Orval 1895‑11, David 1869‑39, w Mary E. 1881‑39, Hettie 1872‑14

Williams, C. R. 1835‑04 vet & prisoner Civil War, wife S. J. 1844‑30

Williams, Ulysses 1885‑20, w Elizabeth 1892‑41?, Ralph 1915‑41

Utley, Joseph E. 1886‑44, Ada 1891‑17, Ruth 1913‑23

Kiser, Lee A. 1877‑34, Ida 1881‑43, Faye M. 1904‑55

Hise, Rhoda D?. 1872‑89?, James William 1888‑45, Riley Lawrence 1910‑17

Johnson, Delia 1888‑59, 0rville D. 1891‑68

Long, Jesse E. 1897‑39, w Euel Myrtle 1893‑3?, Ernie E. 1921‑56 WW2

Robinson, Fred 1885‑51, Minnie W. 1886‑40, Nancy May 1913‑14 dau of H. E. & M. J.

Trusty, William T. 1884‑50, w Euel E. 1891‑23, George P. 1858‑33, Maud 1900?‑25

Bruce, J. S. 1864‑35, w Clemma C. 1863‑44, (bro) Samuel T. 1888‑44

Bruce, Lillian A. 1897‑63(sis), Walter 1902‑12, Carrie M. 1879‑17

Bruce, Thomas Claud 1887‑66, w Mary A 1888‑ 4 inf, B. Frank 1861‑28

Bruce, Grover 1889‑69 w Grace 1892‑ W. Bryan 1896‑34, w Susie M. 1897­

Bruce, Susan W. 1869‑32 w/o B. Frank, son Jesse E. 1887‑08

Duckworth, Stella Bruce 1892‑59, Margaret 1918‑44, Roy 1926‑64

Graves, John Ezra 1895‑72 cook WW2, w Neva 1899‑42

Downey, Yancey C. d 1938, ch Bobby Gene 8‑5‑38, Jolene Welch 1925‑51

Rister, Luther 1896‑53, w Ethel 1898‑ , Harold 1918‑36, Wilma L. 1940‑52

West, Guilford 1885‑63, w Mattie 1889‑ son Robert

Murphy, Mary 1902‑11 dau. of Otis & Nellie

Dyer, Ruth Babe 1924‑57

Creek, Hollie 1865‑23, Cora 1923?

Bishop, J. Monroe 1878‑62, w E. Lo?vina 1880‑ , James W. 1903‑63, w Elizabeth 1908

Trail, Calvin 1891‑61, Radia 1893‑37, identical concrete‑mkr Erma Smitt 1917‑72

Edwards, Garland 1904‑71 w Gertrude 1907‑53 mom & dad, Sam 1875‑39

Edwards, Grover 1892‑55 md 1924 Emma b 1905­

Patton, George W. 1862‑45, w Ana? 1866‑58, Luther 1892‑65, Charles 1894‑ w Wilma d69

Brown, Chesley 1902‑68, Reba June 1934­

Kuder, Frank M. 1858‑37, w Alice W. 1877‑65

Bain, Riley 1877‑41, w Lura? 1888‑ , Lawrence 1887‑05, Belle 1889‑15

Maloney, Joe 1875‑62, Eva 1896‑67

Ripperdan, Sam 1886‑69, w Lizzie 1893‑47 (Good‑bye), s Ralph b&d 1912

Mackey, Eva 1878‑1975

Robinson, James S. 1876‑1935?, Matilda 1886‑65

Boyer, Annie 1887‑06 dau of M. & Ellen

Watson, Mary Eula 1898‑1911 dau. of R. E. & M. S.

Allen, Raymond 1908‑64, w Viola 1907‑

McKenzie, Marshall d 1879 son of H. & S. J.

copied 10‑16‑1973

 

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This supplement completes Kedron or Barnett Cem. on N. side of road in

South East corner of Sec. 17 T10 R8 or Eagle Creek Twp. 10‑25‑1973

 

Saylor, Mary Elizabeth 1870‑93 w/o J. H. and d/o C. P. Stilley

Hubbs, Mary J. 1863‑07

Colbert, Estella 1894‑11, James Oscar 1917‑65 mil mkr WW2 & 2 sandstones illegal

Woods, Benny 1875‑40, D. Ralph 1918‑1919, & J. E. ch/o David Mac & Ollie Ann

Woods, Albert M. 1883‑40, Mary E. 1888‑55, John C. 1891‑60 w Mae 95‑27 2 ch

Vinyard, Theodore R. 1903‑65 md 1928 Phyllis 1903‑72

Potter, Elvis 1880‑56, w Sarah E. 1886‑ , Jasper 1906‑09

McDaniel, James S. 1868-52, w Sarah A. 1872‑98, Mary A. 1894‑17

McDaniel, William Silas 1881‑59, w Leota 1884‑54, Nancy J. 1870-44, Addie 1877-60

Patton, William R. 1835‑00, w Mary 1839‑32, Lee A. d 1937 military marker

Jennings, Isaac 1857‑04, w Margaret 1862‑16, Walter 1883‑65

Slayton, Zedrick 1865‑00, Mollie 1868‑20

Evans, James D. 1867‑29, w Sarah P. 1874‑51

Frohock, Kenneth b&d 1917 s/o R. L. & Grace

 

Leamington or Brinkley Cem. on N. side of SW of NE of Sec. 22 T10S R8E. This

together with Vol. one, completes all inscriptions on 10-25-73. Begin East side, 3 or 4 legible sandstones and at least 10 illegible.

Bates, Mrs. Texas 1866‑58

Tucker, Socrates 1852‑94, w Sallie 1849‑?

Dobbs, George 1850‑22, w Josephine 1863‑29

Moore, Charles E. 1870‑26 concrete Mkr., Hattie 1892‑33

Elliot, Joseph A. 1897‑62 WW 1, w Lela 1904-

Curry, Wiley 1912-34, Donna 1932-33

Brinkley, George L. ?, w Susan 1852‑09, Louis W. 1881‑86, Thomas A. 1887‑71?

Brinkley, Floyd 1899‑, Ben 1884‑52 Alma 1899‑ , Ida 1875‑62

Brinkley, John 1814‑76, w Harriet 1824‑02, s Thomas P. 1862‑82

Baker, John H. 1849‑05, Julia A. 1861‑07, sd‑stone F. B. 1871, 2 others

Blakely, Nancy J. 1848‑1933

Brooks, f. Ethel 1895‑65 mother Eller 1898‑73, Jerry Ray b&d 1946

Burroughs, George G. 1842‑88, adjoins Elizabeth Miller 1850‑11,

Burroughs, George W. 1900‑66, John 188?‑89 s/o G. G.& E

Casey, J. Will 1891‑ m 1917 Emma M. 1902‑ , William Thomas 1926-68 m 1952 Inez 193?

Casey, Rev. Darnell 1919‑68 m 1936 Mary M. (Dickson) 1921- WW2

Dobbs, Samuel 1886-62, Ida M. 1890-44, Jessie T. 1916-68 WW2, w Velna 1931-

Green, W. J. 1842‑05, w Louisa 1844-­

Greer, James 1858-30, w Martha A. 1867‑39

Gowan, H. B. 1923‑65, w Naoma 1923-­

Fugate, Clem 1898‑67, w Bessie 1899-­

Finn, Thomas 1865‑99

Gaffney, Betty Williams 1840‑38

Hawley, Robert F. 1883‑68?, Minnie 1891‑11

Hughes, W. L. 1839‑91, Willie, Emma, Mittie and Johnie ch/o W. L. & E.

McConnell, Louisa Jane 1837‑01, ? 1898‑1958, Christine 1905-­

McIntyre, James 1820‑05, w Nancy 1825‑08

Miles, Harry 1909‑70 WW2, Luther 1884‑66, Florence 1882‑36, Cora 1895-­

Potter, Luther 1882‑27, Carrie 1892‑16

Potter, Paul 1907‑ , w Sarah E. 1906‑71, Clifford 1912‑71, w Juanita 1911-­

Potts, A. D. 1859‑13, Polly Ann 1865‑07, A. D. Jr. 1887‑44, w ?Annie 1890­-

Potts, Edward f 1881‑48, mo Viola 1886‑62, John 1908‑26, D? E. 1909‑70

Thacker, Anthony A. 1883‑70, w Janie 1892‑69, S. Claude 1907‑69, w Martha 1911 - Williams, T. J. 1863‑?1, w Laura 1871‑23 s Edgar 1888‑92 s Theodore 1900‑43

Siddens, dad Allie H. 1900‑72, mom Charlotte 1901-

­Vaught, George T. 1900‑65, w Gradie E. 1905‑ , Raymond 1893‑70, Junie 1895-

­Leavell, Edward 1837‑14, w Martha E. 1846‑13, Samuel 1862‑00

Winters, George T. 1900‑65, w Irene 1920-­

Minter, Sina 1855‑1931

Krikie, Mrs. Fannie 1887‑1965

 

 

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Hogan Cemetery supplement, completed. This cemetery located on the East side of the W½

of NE¼ of Sec. 9, T10 R9 or Bowlesville Tsp. No marker was found for Isaac Hogan who bought this land from U.S.A. in 1814 and died about 1851. Copied 11‑8‑1974. On a long beautiful hill.

 

Crabtree, James 1819‑71 marker down

Mitchell, Daniel 1875‑95 s/o J. & Minnie, 3 more children mkrs

Crosley, Rene 1874‑57, Able Crosley 1867‑1912 beside Irene

Barlow, Thomas Jefferson 1840‑09, w Margaret 1843‑1918 plates on concrete

Burroughs, William T. 1884‑40

Brokaw, W. A.  Co. A of Indiana Cavalry

Cowsert, Green 1853‑08, w Sarah 1857‑91

Cremeens, Almer 1868‑97, Nancy 1869‑70, Wiley 1896‑97

Eddings, William 1873‑58

Ellis, Raede 1880‑54 (named for Dr. Raede), w Margaret (Payne) 1880‑ sharp

Ellis, Henry 1866‑195?, Ethel 1895‑50

Dobbs, Amelia 1802‑60 w/o Lodaway, Thomas E. 1845‑67 shot by an assassin

Duke, Florence 1862‑1912? in Huston Lot Vol. 1

Freeman, Jesse 1885‑67, w Frances K. 1888‑60, Orville 1910‑1911

Ellis, Catherine 1829‑82, Henry 1845‑13, John 1836‑86 military mkr

Goforth, John P. 1849‑99, Betty 1856‑99, Frank 1885‑58, Edna 1888-­

Hatfield, Enos Co. D 33rd Ohio Inf mil‑mkr

Beeler, Alfonso 1891‑56 m 1921 Mae Marie (Willis) 9‑23‑1901‑

Willis, Aubrey 1904‑74, Charles 1890‑70, w Lillie M. 1891‑66

Willis, Almira 1840‑90, James T. 1874‑46, w Hattie C. 1871‑1918

Huston, Elkanah 1826‑85, w Martha L. 1834‑08

Biggs, John E. 1817‑70, w Nancy 1819‑89, John E. 1850‑72

Logsdon, James B. 1879‑54, Ida 1885‑55, Eugene 1918‑32

Burns, Roy Melton 1876‑54, w Julia Ann 1881‑62

Kanady, Green 1864‑23, w Annie 1866‑36, George 1896‑ , w Mabel M. 1906­

Krekie, Fred 1853‑21

Marta, John 3‑21‑1830 d 4‑25‑1898

Pellim, Eliza Ann 1886‑89 d/o W. B. & A. L.

Logsdon, Joseph E. 1893‑58, s/o Joseph E. & Edith Rearden, w Emeline b 11‑18‑1907

Payne, John 1836‑1918, w Bridget 1843‑31, dau Georgia 1883‑42

Payne, John W. 1872‑01, Robert 1875‑51, s/o J. & M. A.

Rigsby, L. P. fa 1842‑17, Ray 1895‑71 WW 1, Aunt Nellie E. Vickery 1891‑41

Rigsby, Henry 1884‑55, s James William 1916‑43, Leslie E. 1918‑67

Stacey, Charles 1853‑08, w Sarah 1857‑91

Thorne, John T. 1885‑36, w Lizzie 1894‑52 beside Hyatt mkr

Davis, John W. 1867‑30, w Adeline 1870‑42, 2 infants 1903 to 1906

McCabe, E. P. 1866‑43, w Nannie May 1870‑22

McCabe, Edward (Coob) 1901‑73, m 1921 Lula M. Vee 1904‑74, 2 infants

Stewart, George W. 1857‑37, w Mary A. 1857‑1919, W. Huston fam

Van, Virgil 1917‑73, w Novella 1921-­

Wolf, Sam 1877‑38, Tressie 1897‑30, other concrete mkrs, one mkr Grandma

Wren, Francis L. 1863‑00, W. S. 1879‑12, W. Fred (Pa) 1883‑59

Uselton, Will 1871‑32, Mary 1879‑70, Charley 1855‑99, Oma 1857‑99

Sullivan, Edgar 1902‑59, Frankie 1900‑ , George D. 1932‑63 U.S, Air Force

Reccord, John J. 1889‑51, Gertrude 1882‑33

Scadden, Albert 1904‑, w Gladys K. 1908‑71

Robertson, George 1872‑06

Lane, Pleas 1861‑35 f, Martha 1863‑45 mo, Henry 1894‑74, Charles 1898‑71

Smith, William 1835‑73, w Rebecca 1837‑20

Maloy, Charles 1863‑88

Schmidt, Felix 1905‑35

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Oak Grove Presbyterian Church Cemetery in E ½ of NE ¼ of Asbury Twp,

Section 28 in East side of Cottonwood. Includes all markers not included

in Vol. one of Gallatin county Cemeteries. Copied 5‑24‑1973.

 

Muir, Walter H. 1902‑47, w Cora 1909-­ , Joseph 1874‑42, w Minnie 1877-

Muir, William F. 1897‑50

Chapman, Manuel D. 1887‑58, w Ella 1887‑53

Merritt, John ? 1877‑65, w Maude 1877‑42

Desper, James W. 1878‑33, w Fara 1880‑41, Lane 1903‑68, w Edith 1901-­

Holland, Odes 1878‑44, w Nancy 1882‑72, s Cletis R. 1904‑67, w Cora 1905-­

Holland, Shandy 1842‑08, w Susan 1847‑95, Raymond 1889‑56, Toba 1884‑50

Holland, John W. 1839‑81, w N. J. ? daus Armarilda 1869‑72, Alta 1871‑81

Glasscock, Henry 1888‑46, w Iva Dell 1883‑42

McGhee, R. M. 1856‑24, Rosa 1880‑08, Jewell 1883‑ , w Ethel Mae 1886‑56

Noel, Isaiah 1857‑08, w Lizzie 1866‑28

Smith, Benjamin F. 1864‑44, w Lora 1872‑50, Anna Belle (McGhee) 1886‑56

Hall, Turney 1879‑57, w Clara 1889‑62

Waring, Nathan 1865‑1877, William W. 1868‑186?

Bryant, Auster 1839‑83, (area school teacher of 1860s), w Lauretta 1845‑27

Bryant, Millage M. 1872‑99

Smith, Hannah 1830‑95

Moore, Joel B. 1832‑78, w Frances 1840‑?, son William 1867‑77

Hill, Prof. William 1857‑31, w Elizabeth 1857‑1922

Spence, Gilbert 1886‑50, Elma G. 1879‑68, Mary 1892‑1918

Sanders, Francis N. (?d in 1940s? in his 90s), Luther 1891‑64, w Reba 1893‑11

Sanders, Bertha 1894‑ w/o Luther, Rev. Frank 1905‑65 s/o Solon & Sadie

Sanders, Julia 1869‑97 w/o C. B.

McKinnies, Julia 1875‑00 w/o C. W. two infants

Null, Clarence 1897‑59, Littie 1867‑99 w/o D. B., Mattie M. 1881‑06 w/o D. B.

Vinson, Charles R. 1859‑43, w Rosetta 1862‑36

Beasley, John 1883‑09, Simeon 1882‑17, Alvin 1879‑46, w Edna 1879‑69

Downen, Harry 1899‑ , w Edith (Hill) 1903‑ , ch Blanch 1924‑35

Downen, Ida Lou 1931‑34, Gene 193?, ch/o H. & E.

Boyd, Ernest Everett 1903‑47, w Mildred 1904‑ , s PFC. Ernest E 192?‑?

Edwards, Ralph W. 1900‑70, w Lois 1899­-

Blazer, David 1858‑03, Ann 1858‑38, Richard Asa 1894‑00

Blazier, Oliver 1890‑38, Taylor 1897‑68, Aaron 1882‑68

McGuire, Verner 1899‑58, w Almeda 1902‑ , s Carl 1925‑66

Rodgers, William Dee 1905‑11 s/o Hez & Mary

Oliver, Clint 1883‑69, w Anna 1884‑68

Harper, Simeon Garrett 1876‑99, Delia 1881‑05, William E. 1841‑23, w Margaret 1844‑02

Bean, General Francis Marion Wagoner, Sp Am War, w Christina 1856‑26

 

Reid Hill Cem located about 100 yds SE of Brazier home in Sec. 35 Bowlesville

Twp. This part, copied in May 1976 by H. O. & Mary A. Anderson, not included

in Gallatin County Cemeteries, published in 1972.

Reid, David 1828‑98, w Agnes d at age of ?66 stone broken & chipped

Reid, John 9‑30‑1840 d 4‑18‑1899, Annie P. 6‑27‑1880 d 8‑23‑1881

Reid, Elizabeth G. 12‑10‑1867 d 11‑9‑1953, Clara D. 1873 d 10‑13‑49, 1 mkr

Brice, Harold 7‑26‑1903 d 1‑26‑1905, Velma b&d 1899 ch/o A. M. & Wylie

Richeson, Clifford 12‑20‑1891 1‑24‑1972, Luella 4‑10‑1891 d 1‑20‑1975

Richeson, Thomas S. 2‑13‑1869 2‑13‑1942, Fannie E. 3‑4‑1871 9‑26‑1943

Richeson, Walter 1911‑1937 William Kenneth 1909‑1927

Seely, Margaret 1877‑1946

Stubb, William J. 1859‑1918

Cutrell, Joseph 1901‑74,  H. M. 1894‑1916 A few of these had funeral home mkr

Pritchard, Andrew 1873‑62, Donna J. 1929‑1930 some concrete others stob

Brazier, Nathaniel 7‑16‑1881 d 1950, Ethel 1890‑60, metal stobs short lived

Brazier, Thomas Harry PFC WW1 11‑15‑1893 1‑15‑1964

 

 

 

 

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Reid Hill Cemetery continued. Located on West Side of Sec. 35, near or S of Saline Mines T 10 Range 9.

 

Proctor, James M. 2‑14‑18? mkr chipped d 9‑11‑1889 mkr almost covered

Hart, Millie 1898‑1975

Smith, Melvin Hiel? 1901‑41 s/o James L. & Minnie C.

       William J. 4‑12‑1841 1‑30‑1902, William Grigory 1869‑1927

Young, Uncle John 1884‑1965

Curry, Owen 8‑24‑1847 d 7‑25‑1943 father, Clarence L. 1894‑69, Ella 1894‑65

Morris, Marjorie, mother, 1921‑55

Hendrix Emma 1888‑1929

Maynard, Herbert E. 1931‑32, Thelma 1930‑31, Alonzo 1905‑66, Cuma 1906‑31

         Everett 1903‑75, Sgt. Max E. 31st Inf 7th Div 1926‑50 d. in Korea

         Claud Raymond 1928‑49, Jolitha Gene 1933‑1934, Susan Fay b&d 1932

McNutt Minnie 1883‑53

Edwards, Jimmie J. 1945‑70, Donna S. 1945 no other date, S. Brent 1969‑70

         Garland Elmo b&d 1929

Stanley, Loren 1894‑1923 father

Vickery, John A. 1‑24‑1869 11‑25‑1968, Augusta 1‑16‑1877 d 1‑18‑1936

Williams, J. J. 1848‑1928, Christena 1852‑16, Walter 1874‑35

Patton, Lawrence father 1907‑70, Bernice 10‑23‑1926 3‑7‑1941

Lowe, Pearl and Lela 1898‑1921 distinct

Moore, Charles 6‑10‑1885 3‑1‑1917        end

 

Callicott or Harrelson Cemetery as it was often called in the early days. It is located near the center of the NW ¼ of Section 25 T8 R9 but mostly in the West ½. The Pon (Pond) settlement arm of the Lick Creek Baptist Church in 1825 was located on or near this site. The Lick Creek records list Ezekiel Harrelson 1786‑1847 as a member, with Rev. Moses Pearce of White County, slated to spend one fourth of his time there. The following inscriptions, together with Vol. one, complete this cem.

 

McCollum, Ida May 1895‑50, John W. 1901‑53, Clifford M. 1912‑67 WW2 mil mkr

Groves, Eva 1928‑65

Frields, Frank 1875‑54, w Mary 1897‑31

Murrah, Abigail 1833‑58 w/o F.

Joiner, William Bluford 1879‑64, Nora May 1900‑64, Paul Deneen 1931‑72

Hise, Sarah 1856‑31, Ed 1893‑70, William A. 1908‑67

Back, Nancy 1876‑56 w/o Joe 1864‑28, Mary 1868‑32, Joseph Harold 1915‑67

Lowe, Lawrence 1900‑69, w Beatrice (Awalt) 1912-­

Hardin, George 1883‑70, w Ethel 1888‑73

Head, Lovet 1848‑1912, w Mary 1853‑37

Brooks, James 1865‑42, Elmer 1914‑38, Burtia 1886‑65

Case, Thomas 1883‑66, w Sallie 1898‑30

Lanier, Raymond 1885‑70

Grace, Clyde 1893‑62 WW 1 mil mkr

Bunch, Wilford Dewey 1898‑66

Thorne, George W. 1921‑ , w Juanita P. 1923‑72

Davis, Brettie 1884‑66, Mae 1894‑194?

   markers not found for following                 

Perdue, Woods 1855‑1933

Cook, Susie 1854‑1928, R. News, son Edward ? they lived East of Hulda

Pelham, Anna B. (Brooks) 1891‑26 w/o Thomas

Brooks, William d in Wabash Bottoms near Hulda Lake under falling tree 1909

Pate, Josephine d 3‑26‑1878 age 26 w/o ?

Skiles, Isaac 1838‑78

Harrelson, Sylvanus 1818‑86

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Kanady Cem in NE corner of SE ¼ of NW ¼ of Sec. 32 T9 R9 on land entered in 1814 by Meredith Fisher. Consists of about 2 acres fenced and well maintained. A huge hard or sugar maple tree near 5 ft in dia, stands on sand ridge near center shading the older Kanady mkrs including John Johnson 1804‑75 and wife Mary Sherwood Kanady 1805‑59 also Rev. Jess 1813‑74. There are about 17 sandstone mkrs on South and South East of this tree, all are badly weathered and illegible except one with letters A. S. A few cedars and other trees. Most older mkrs in vol. one, the rest of the marker inscriptions are as follows. Copied 8‑2‑1976 by G. Miner.

Wood, John no dates on f. home stob (beg. NE corner then West)

Kelly, Stanley 1914‑36

Hewitt, Walter 1870‑40, Tilford 1902‑69, Henrietta 1907‑

Hewitt, Owen D. 1936‑73, Joan P. 1935‑ , John T. 1861‑48, Bettie A. 1869‑34

Fields, Claud 1910‑44 WW 2

O’Neil, Matilda mo 1884‑1918, s Joe 1910‑ , s Bill 1907‑35

Leithliter, John H. 1887‑42, w Addie May 1889‑66, William O. 1926‑69, West side

Leithliter, Helen 1915‑35 in same row with

Forester, Minnie 1898‑22, Nora 1890‑71, John W. 1894‑1919

Pigman, Asa D. 1872‑61, Sarah Bell 1872-1948

Martin, George 1873‑54, Marie 1880‑41

Dutton, John R. 1879‑09, latter 3 graves enclosed low concrete wall 6"

Burroughs, Floyd 1902‑25, Jewel 1909‑1911 d/o W. S. & Lucy B.

Wood, Charles 1870‑41, Anna 1878?‑03

Dempsey, Dolly 1834‑04, this grave enclosed by concrete wall abt 6" high

Spence, Ethel R. 1891‑66, Same type and adjoins John T. & Bettie Hewitt mkr

Castleman, John 1907‑75

Kanady, Sam (Daddy) 1865‑71, w ? (Mother) 1888‑70

Kanady, Mamie 1867‑92 w/o Claude

Reid, Merritt Scott 1894‑20

Wood, David F. 1874‑54 f. home stob, another 6ft south illegal, Stella 1885‑30

Wood, Alice 1916‑31, the row abt 30 ft long most not legible

Hall, Esther mother 1862‑32, James 1866‑71, plate on concrete, next illegal.

Duff, Ada 1884‑89 d/o P. A. & R? A

Strong, Charles R. 1854‑94, w Mary 1854‑49

Willis, W. H. d 1884 age 48, Anne 1835‑04, Moses T. 1869‑77 s/o William & Anne

Gates, Sarah M. 1854‑32?, Ethel Lynne 1882‑05

Hewitt, Thomas M. 1837‑10, w Mary 1838‑ large mkr S. end, s James d 1870

Hewitt, Samuel M. 1875‑80 s/o T. M. & Mary

Hall, William 1801‑70, & 2 daughters of M. B. & A. A. b&d between 1883 & 1890

Flora, John W. 1843‑84 Co. C. 29th Ill. Inf  mil mkr

Farmer, S. W. begin E side center Co C. 29th Inf  mil mkr

Pierson, Sarah 1878‑79 d/o H. T. & Susan, beg N. Central part of cem

Martin, John C. 1879‑31, w Elizabeth 1881‑51, Samuel 1879‑08?

Harrelson, Herbert 1895‑68 WW 1, Mary 1904‑73, Washington 1891‑06?, Ethel 29-30­

Blakely, Harry 1875‑66, Iva 1886‑60?, dau ? 1910‑1911

Black, William 1923‑34, Robert 1931‑32 completes

 

The McGehee Cem is located in the NE corner of NE¼ of SW¼ of Sec 28

T9 R9 or Gold Hill Twp. The sign calls it McGhee cem. but all of the names buried are listed on markers as McGehee. This is on land entered in 1815 by William McGehee 1786‑1844 and Joining it on East is land entered in 1817 by Rachel McGehee 1784‑1859, who moved to White County and is buried there in the Lick Creek Primitive Baptist Church Cem., Sect 29 of T5 R9. She is listed as w of E. The McGehee Cem. is located on fenced 2 acres most of which is a beautiful sandy hill and is well maintained. This

township levies a special tax for maintenance of cemeteries.

 

Meyers, William 1919‑1920  begins N. West corner and to South on West side

Hiatt, Charles 1908‑1910 s/o W. H. & Stella

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The McGehee Cemetery 1 mile South East of Junction, continued.

West side of center road.

 

Speer, J. Allen 1864‑24, w Melvina 1873‑47, John 1892‑ , Opal 1896‑48

Speer, Walter 1900‑1923, Pearl 1897‑1927

Hall, William 1878‑46, w Mary 1883‑64, Elmer 1912‑53, Charles T. 1904‑70 WW 2

Knight, Reverend Grover 1887‑1955

Watson, Lou 1872‑1975, John 1879‑34, Henry 1874‑25, Joseph ? not legible

Maynard, Mary J. 1896‑76

Baldwin, Elizabeth 1880‑59?

Watson, Minnie 1884‑75, Joe E. 1909‑19

Watson, Joseph Co. D 120th Ill., w Mary J. 1853‑39, Tom 1888‑40

Graham, Otis 1900‑68, Mollie 1901‑44, Otis 1928‑48 WW 2, Norman 1936‑45

Graham, George M. 1924‑69, 4 on long flat mkr neat

Payne, Lawrence 1908‑67, Nannie W. 1909‑ , George 1883‑60, Nora 1888‑42

Cash, Robert 1880‑59, nearby is P. H. d 1929 painted on concrete mkr

Holbrook, Webb 1868‑32, w Lucy 1869‑37, John T. 1892‑60, w Margaret L. 1907-­

Holbrook, Mickey Joe 1936‑65 s/o J. T. & M. L.

Wimbrow, Joshua T. Co. C 29th  Ill. Inf., w Melrene 1849‑75, w? Eliza J. 1851‑90

Wimbrow, Charles d 1875 s/o J. T. & M.

Owens, R. W. Co. D 120th, Samuel 1833‑76, on same mkr Sarah Henry 1851‑90

Harpool, James 1853‑77, Almira 1852‑02 this is last mkr SW corner west side

McGehee, Nora Mahala 1876‑77 d/o Smith & Jennie, Mildred 1904‑09 d/o G. & L.

McGehee, Smith 1887‑54, Elizabeth 1858‑61 d/o Charles W. & Mahala

Parker, Henry 1890‑73, w Emma 1887‑68?, H. Allen 1916‑27, John W. 1922‑68

McGehee, John R. 1882‑50

Leavell, James L. 1848‑25, Nicy Jane 1857‑23, John A. 1880‑25

Morris, Claude 1890‑68 WW 1, Harry 1874‑48, John J. 1843‑26, w Mary A. 1848‑22

Cox, Otis 1889‑52, Betty Mae 1889‑58, Thomas F. 1929‑71 ? mil mkr

Brady, Ottie 1926‑73

Smyth, Benjamin J. 1848‑34, Clarence J. 1882‑OO?, Elizabeth A. 1846‑10

Smyth, Charles H. 1878‑94

Greer, Acquillar 1860‑31 w Emma 1862‑49, Samuel 1889‑58, w Grace (Crayne 93-­

Greer, Clarence 1905‑18, Edna 1910‑18, Ralph 1877‑1974, George A. 1881‑33

Greer, Arthur 1897‑71, w Dollie 1897‑37, Lee Oran? 1887‑70

Kanady, Edgar 1861‑49, w Annie L. 1877‑61

Mossman, William F. 1887‑54 funeral home metal stob

Oyer, Frank b 4‑15‑1866 d 6‑22‑1957

Brazier, Shirley dau 3‑2‑1938 d 1‑16‑1944 this completes bal. in vol. one

 

Jackson Cemetery in NW corner of Section 29 of Ridgway Twp and about ¼ mi NE of Village of Ridgway. This supplement is of the more recent markers and a few others located during copying searches in 1973. This cemetery well maintained and cared for by donations.

 

Hoff, Frank 1896‑55, w Olive (Smith) 1896‑69

Dennison, Alexander 1873‑46, w Elmira (Partain) 1878‑52

Brown, Wiley N. 1860‑35, w Rhoda E. (Hise) 1869‑54

Wood, Zach 1882‑39, Prudence 1883‑37

Moye, Bertis 1886‑66, w Janie (Dillard) 1888-­

Mead, George 1898‑46, w Amanda (Sauls) 1905‑68

Roby, Roscoe D. 1888‑73, w Ruth N. 1899-­

Gass, Lawrence E. 1897‑69, w Anne (Ramsey) 1899-­

Gass, Lewis F. 1885‑69, w Myrtle 1891‑33, dau Leah 1924‑31, son

Gass, Truman F. 1914‑63 WW 2, w Helen 1922-­

Rister, John M. 1888‑50, w Allie Pearl (Moye) 1893-­

Boutwell, Lona Co. D. 29th Ill. Inf. w ?

York, Nancy Jane (Vickery) 1844‑14 w/o James K. P., s Vinson 1884‑57

Felix, E. A. 1875‑61, w Elizabeth (Smith, Cleveland) 1879‑62

 

 

 

 

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1973 Supplement to Jackson Cemetery located ¼ mile NE of Ridgway Ill.

Re‑checked on Aug‑6‑1976

 

Cox, William H. 1870‑38, w Amanda E. 1874‑50, Andrew J. d 1873 age 42

Dillard, David N. Co. H 120th Ill. Inf.

Brandon, Lemuel M. 1844‑75

Trousdale, Benjamin Harrison (Doc) 1888‑71, w Emma Lee (Baldwin) 1890‑50

Sauls, George 1872‑40

Vickery, William T. 1887‑57, w Sallie B. 1887­-

Vickery, George E. 1884‑68, w Gertie (Maloney) 1890‑73

Eubanks, David Finis 1877‑59, w Ulla May 1887‑63, Dennis Ray 1958‑61

Kimbro, William C. 1875‑58, Mary 1879‑67, Savina 1879‑30

Harris, Rev. Lydle 1889‑59, w Lucy 1892‑53

Baker, Albert A. 1880‑59, w Susie (Eubanks) 1885‑25

Kanady, Raleigh 1886‑60, w Mattie (Evans) 1889‑45, son Eugene (Jack)

Dickey, Mary 1846‑75 w/o John L.

Goodin, Charles 50th Ohio Inf. b abt 1840 d Nov. 1900

Riley, Dr. William H. 1856‑38, w Mary E. 1857‑30, s Theron 1887‑60, son

Riley, Kenneth Park 1893‑65, w Edna (Allison) 1898‑41

Kirk, Lawrence 1890‑35, w May C, (Fillingim) 1887‑69

Jackson, Josiah E. 11‑9‑1857 d 9‑15‑1933, w Cora (Yost) 1872‑03

Hale, Everette Lee 1884‑61, w Grace (Jackson) 1898-­

Smith, Lina 1903‑65, Mary Ann 1905‑51, Andrew E. 1892‑68 WW 1

Smith, Henry L. 1899‑63, Rhea E. b 8‑16‑1910 ch/o Peter & Anna (Duty)

Reeb, Caroline Smith 1858‑41

Willis, C. E. 1876‑13

Jackson, Josiah M. 1896‑73 s/o J. & C., w Ruth M. 1902‑74

Seagraves, Flora 1894‑26, Judith 1914‑35

Smith, William E. (Radio Bill) 1889‑62, w Radie (Brown) 1889‑57

Williams, Henry T. 1894‑66, w Vera (Sanders) 1894‑64

Williams, William Bryan 1887‑56, w Cora (Maloney) 1886‑66, s William James 1910‑48

Kimbro, Roy 1885‑61, w Laura (Foley, Hise) 1878‑37

Pittman, Cecil C. 1905‑63 s/o Elmira P., w Florence 1913-­

Pittman, Eugene 1904‑70 s/o Elmira P., w Pearl (Ingleton, Pease) 1907-­

Dennison, Charles 1913‑ s/o A. & E. P., w Mary A. 1923‑46

Brown, Amos J. 1910‑74 Cpl WW 2, s/o Al & Maud, Alice 1889-28

Crayne, Connie Sue b 2‑9‑1938 d 3‑11‑1948 d/o Habart & Alice (Miner)

Smith, John 1852‑31, w Rosetta 1872‑49, s Ernie 1892‑55, s Ralph 1900‑56

Combs, Henry Walter 1872‑48, w Eva Ann (Rollman, Cox) 1879‑43

King, Levert M. 1878‑55, w Ollie J. 1878‑36, s Earl 1905‑51, w Gladys 1908‑­

Wathen, Richard T. 1874‑60, w Justina (Bozarth) 1879‑49, s Howard

        1907‑58, w Hazel 1913-

­Hardin, Beaulah Hall 1923‑46

        Logan 1863‑51, wife Stella (Harris) 1892‑41?

        Frank 1891‑72 s/o Chris, w Minnie (Cremeens) 1899‑72, s Harold 1920‑41

Smith, son Frank 1917‑32, bro Joe A. 1897‑61, w Beaulah (Dodge) 1899‑75

Younger, Harry 1883‑38, w Margaret (Carter) 1886‑50

Riley, Herbert 1893‑47 WW 1 s/o John, Fannie 1879‑55

Hall, Vida 1898‑70 mother next

Bean, Rosa 1878‑51 mother

Cox, Andrew Sr. 1873‑65, w Trecy 1883‑73, s Andy 1905‑ w Carrie 1921‑62

Maloney, Clem J. 1895‑75, w Lorene (Goebel) 1901‑76

Crayne, James Freddie 1910‑64, w Effie Elizabeth 1926‑68

Kanady, Eugene 1910‑76 WW 2, w Florence 1918­-

        James M. 1892‑75, w Bessie (Hall) 1891‑71, dau Dorothy 1918-­

Bruce, Cpl. Otto M. 1890‑51 (Cotton), w Mabel I. (Oliver) 1900‑74

Trousdale, Everett B. 1903‑69, w Louil (Dixon) 1904-­

           Harrison E. 1913‑74, w Velma (Mayhue) 1917-­

           John Edward 1927‑73, w Pearl V. (Rollman, McGrew) 1920‑70

Bond, Rickey Joe 1946‑48

McGrew, Leroy 1927‑68, Rita Kay b&d 1949, Gordon Ray 1953‑54

 

 

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Jackson Cemetery supplement continued. Rechecked on Aug. 6, 1976 Ridgway Ill.

 

Foster, Joseph 1898‑66, w Lottie E. (Baker) 1898‑70, Felix 1903‑60, w Georgia 1907-

Harrelson, Rufus 1891‑62, w Bertha (Rodgers) 1892-­

Morrow, William T. 1908‑73, w Lillian (Harrelson) 1917-­

Feazel, Claud 1892‑68, Field Art. WW 1, w Vina

Rodgers, Cecll E. 1910‑65

Sarver, Frank 1895‑61, w Laura E. 1893‑49, s John Dee 1922‑72

Crissup, Bernard M. 1916‑ md 4‑1?‑1939 Izola (Miner) 1919‑74

Dixon, Kenneth Ray 1904‑71 WW 2, w Mary Lou 1910-­

Duvall, Max E. 1902‑, w Laura (Brown) 1892-­

Tarrants, M. Eugene 1905‑, w L. Marie (Chapman) 1910‑ dau Cathy Sue 1953‑70

Heath, Fred 1904‑51, w Hazel (Anderson) 1910­-

Dillard, Savilla Ann (White) 1850‑08 w/o Dan

Smith, Iril Hamilton 1893‑63, w Lula (Rister) 1898‑64

Chapman, Agnes (Rollman) 1896‑61, dau Kathryn 1918‑37

Lemons, Sherman 1886‑68, w Isabel 1884‑69, s C. T. 1911‑, w Edna (Moye) 1911-, s

Lemons, Rev. S. D. 1912‑, w Pearl (Moye) 1913-­

Jones, George L. 1895‑75, w Emma (Moye) 1895‑, s Warren 1918‑74, w Mary 1926­-

Reynolds, William Fred 1914‑, w Wilma (Dixon) 1915‑64

Williams, Bernal A. 1915‑59, w Margaret 1933-­

Sasser, Johnny 1950‑67

Bocock, James J. 1906‑71, w Claudine (Lamb) 1912‑

Davis, Harley 1886‑68, w Julia (Vinyard) 9‑30‑89 d 9‑28‑1973

Peer, Rosier 1906‑75, w Emma E. 1913­-

Crawford, James Dale 1912‑60, w Eileen (Mills) 1916-­

Atkins, Charles Ralph 1902‑68?, w Lucille 1908­-

Castle, Don B. 1910‑, w Penny (Dillard) 1917-­

Schmitt, John Cletus 1915‑, w Mary Hilda (Rister, Heath) 1916-­

Cox, Frank 1905‑63, w May 1907‑64

Rollman, James Alfred (Butch nick‑name) 6‑9‑1882 d 5‑29‑1973

Hish, Edward L. dad 1889‑56, w mother Pearl (Brinkley) 1889‑49 s John Edward 1914-73

Hemphill, Benjamin H. 1887‑68, w Ethel (Grubbs) 1889‑

Patrick, Minnie M. 1902‑57 (mom we love you)

Stanley, Harry 1889‑56, w Maggie 1886‑63

Smith, Andrew L. 1886‑59, w Ophe?a 1881‑65

Williams, Virgil 1893‑71, w Vivian (Barnett) 1899­-

Ingleton, Joseph Luther 1897‑1976

DeBose, Lucy Goldie 1906‑75

Williams, Marion A. 1927‑72 WW 2, w Erma 1937‑, darling son Billy Jack 5-24-73 d 7-73

Morten, Frank A. 1901‑73, w Alice (Hise) 1902‑72

Davis, William Arvel 1905‑42, Marie B. 1907‑, John William 1937‑61

Wood, Clara (Heath) 1901‑65 w/o Forest d/o J. M. & Rhoda, dau Mary L. 1939‑46

Mead, Virgil 1901‑65, Marion P. 1919‑50

Henry, Raymond 1925‑57, Lucille M. (Rollman) 1912-­

Cheatham, Ollie 1893‑55

Hise, Ralph F. 4‑14‑1906, w Evelyn (Oldham) 1910‑69, dau Linda 1944‑46

Willis, Bluford C. 1888‑49, w Nellie M. 1890‑72

Jackson, Ernest W. 1894‑75, w Blanch (Rister, Collins) 1896‑, 1st wife

                                                            Conway (Collins) 1894-28

Downen, Bertis L. 1887‑69, w Freda (Rister) 1892-­

Crayne, Letha 1903‑23 d/o Albert & Docia

Moye, Willard 1889-78, w Anna Foster) 1892‑65, dau Alberta 1920‑22

Brazier, Adam 1911‑75, w Wilma 1918-­

Hise, Charity (Chapman) 1888‑27 w/o John

Smith, Clyde 1899‑39, bro Paul W. 1901‑57, w Louise (Hale) 1915-­

Smith, Frank J. 1894‑, w Minnie M. (Frailey) 1896‑54

Smith, Arvilla (Shain) 1881‑, Virgin W. Jr. 1910‑32, Howell Thomas 1912‑73

Cox, William H. 1870‑38, w Amanda 1874‑50, Logan Sr. 1901‑63, w Martha E. 1901-­

Chapman, Theodore 1884‑68, Theodola Cox 1924‑26 d/o Logan & M. E. Chapman

 

 

 

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Jackson cemetery continued. Copied by G. M. on 8‑9‑1976. Tried to get all not included in first copy published in 1972.

 

Rister, Jess 1894‑197?, w Iva Leora (Brown) 1897‑34

Kimbro, John Co K 131st Ill Inf., w Mary 1843‑25

Foster, Alverson 1869‑61, w Betty (Desper) 1874‑57

Trousdale, Ora (Foster) 1896‑23 w/o Robert

Rodgers, Luther 1888‑65, w Elizabeth (Foster) 1894‑,Wm.D. 1886-33 f/o Wm.L & Bernis D.

Desper, Martin 1874‑23, James Jr. 1879‑1933, Sarah 1872‑15 wife of Martin

Kanady, Thelma (Miner) b 7‑6‑1918

Vickery, Lawrence “Vick” 1906‑, w Helen (Dillard) 1910‑75

Kaufman, Louis 1907‑56, w Agnes (Meyer) 1910‑65

Moye, Will J. 1908‑, w Eva (Miner) 1910-

­Swader, William 1877‑60, w Josephine 1884‑57

 

      St Joseph Catholic Cemetery located abt 1 mi SW of Ridgway Sec. 36 of North Fork Twp. This supplement contains corrections and additions not included in 1972 copy. It includes all the old markers I found on 8‑10‑76, plus most of the new, excepting only those with one or both partners still living. This high site, overlooking valley to South & East is beautiful.

 

Ande, Bene 1862‑95 w/o Frank?

Bunton, John A. 1850‑1926, w Louisa 1851‑88, Mary S. 1876‑23

Collins, Daniel 1874‑63, w Hattie (Ashley) 1876‑63

Beatty, William 1871‑49, w Emma 1878‑64

Colnon, John Thomas 1895‑71, w Carrie (Barter, Drone) 1902‑70

Crogan, John 1845‑1914, w Josephine (Drone) 1854‑42

Dietz, Raymond 1890‑67 WW 1, Lawrence J. 1914‑64 WW 2

Walton, Margaret 1888‑39

Wenzel, Wendel 1892‑62, G. Ed 1894‑, w Katie 1893‑, s Earl E. 1921‑ w H.

Koester, John 1897‑74, w Eleanora (Neuman) 1901‑64, Paul 1922‑58

Fromm, Anton 1883‑, w Emma (Wolter) 1889‑69, f Joseph 1821‑04, m Theresa 1841‑25

O'Leary, John H. 1888‑68, w Mary E. (Beer) 1891‑74

Luckett, Henry 1872‑55, w Rachel(Siebman) 1875‑63,ch Juliana 1909‑10, Amos L. b&d 1902

Bauer, Ray 1896‑74, w Mary C. (Fischer) 1896‑

Bauer, Frank f 1860‑17, Julia 1868‑93, Cecilia A. 1876‑48

Walton, John 1889‑, w Agnes 1884‑75

Ransbottom, Margaret 1891‑75, John 1902‑70

Mills, Thomas Aubrey 1889‑68, w Elizabeth (Febuary) 1889‑70

Drone, Joseph 1841‑96, w Mary C. 1841‑34, Martha Ethel 1883‑49

Schmitt, Will J. 1881‑69, w Anna (Hish) 1886‑70, Leo F. 1913‑65, w Alma 1918‑68

Drone, Leo L. 1889‑72, w Anna L. 1893‑, Arthur 1895‑76

Drone, Noah 1888‑, w Mary E. 1889‑67, bro Walter 1877‑35, w Fannie 1876‑64

Roe, Arthur 1888‑72, w Elizabeth 1889‑, Sam 1884‑41, w Anna (Neuman) 1887-­

Raben, Joseph H. 1858‑31, w Catherine 1860‑42, ch Josephine 1882‑43, Clement G.1891-46

Raben, Leo T. 1888‑71, w Mary Emilia 1890‑76

Valter, Arnold Joseph 1907‑74, w Ellen (Maloney) 1908-­

Wenzel, John S. 1883‑39, w Mary E. (Hish) 1893‑56, s John Wilfred 1917‑70 WW 2

Zilch, George 1894‑ WW 1, w Susan (Drone) 1897‑62

Mills, Matthew 1890‑67, w Mary Emelie (Drone) 1892‑70

Brugger, George H. 1905‑69, w Pauline (Schoeny) 1917-­

Naas, John G. 1893‑75, w Anna T. (Devous) 1893 m 1914, s Cedric 1917‑73 w R.

Schiff, Ben P. 1900‑76, w Isabelle (Bartley) 1912-­

Drone, Marion 1885‑70, w Etta M. 1886‑70

Mitsdarffer, William M. 1873‑43, w Ida M. (Neuman) 1883-­

Muensterman, John F. 1877‑70, w Mary S. (Naas) 1881‑65

Neuman, Mat 1905‑65, w Eleanor 1910-46

Baker, John 1908‑73, w Rosalie (Schmitt) 1907‑ md 1928

Fromm, George 1907‑76, md 1967 Eloise J. 1914-­

Zimmer, Andrew 1880‑63, Mary Catherine 1907‑49

Drone, Lewis R. 1899‑, w Rosalie T. (Herbert) 1902-

Drone, Amos P. 1901‑ m5‑12‑1924, Winnie M.(Doherty) 1902‑72 sis Emma Drone Hipes 1903-

Pfister, William 1879‑53, w Elizabeth 1885‑72, s Cletus 1908‑, w Ruth (Walton) 1910­-

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      The remaining markers of Old Cottonwood cemetery follow. This cem. on an early N.& S. road is on a ridge, and mostly in the West side of N ½ of NE ¼ of Sec. 3 T8 R9, about 2 acres of the Reeder farm. The newer part is in the E ½ of the NW ¼, or across this old road on the Harrington farm, and much smaller. Between these, very near the old deep cut road, was the family cemetery of the Burdick family and possibly others. Reuben Burdick Sr. b abt 1790 and d 1866, his wife Elizabeth (Dinwiddy) d in 1840s. Della Burdick Moran, probably a daughter was buried there, in all there were about 5 markers and about the same number of other burial sites marked by fieldstones etc. These markers may have been covered when the cut was leveled. On 12‑20‑1873 Jobe C. Reeder deeded land on the S. Side of this NE ¼ for the Cottonwood Baptist Church of Christ. This P. B. church had a large membership in this rural area. The cem. located about ½ mile N.W. of the church (torn down about 1970), is the burial spot of most of these members. Mr. Reeder’s sons Simon and Isaac operated a blacksmith shop a short distance West of the church and Henry I. Harrington started a general store across the road from their shop in the mid 1870s. Isaac W. Reeder built a new 2 story, square, 8 room home near his shop in 1873. From the balustrade of the captains walk on the top one could see for miles.

 

      This house (almost identical to one built near the same time, by Rev. Simon and the long time home of R. J. Downen family, which is in use today) was for sale at $250. in 1938. The 2" by 10" floor joists and other wood in our basement plus all sub flooring and framing for the rest of our home came from it. As the virgin timberlands were cleared, some of the best knot free logs went to the saw mill, in this case oak, tulip poplar and gum. I can remember some virgin timber on Cottonwood Creek in that area, and much in Cypress where in 1914, my father chose and cut logs for an 8 horse barn from 40 acres of fine oak, gum and cypress. The owner charged very little for these and burned the rest. They would be worth a fortune today.

 

      I have the account book from the store above which indicates that in 1878 Mr. H. contracted with George W. Robinson to build a home. Its progress can be followed by entries as follows: rock (for foundation) $9., shingles rough lumber from Jack Hammersley saw mill, hauling siding, flooring and finishing lumber from Shawneetown and hauling brick from Norris City. Near the end were tobacco 8¼ yds quilt calico $.70 and a hat $2.75 for the plasterer. Credit of $61.63 was given in Apr. 1880 to the above mill for sawing 7638 ft. of gum lumber at $.40 per 100 board ft. and  oak, sassafras, ash and 3543 ft of walnut @ $.50.

 

      Dr. George W. Trafton practiced at Old Cottonwood until his death early in 1878. He was followed by Dr. L. S. Arnett. When Dr. Trafton, a Captain of Co. G 7th Ill. Cavalry, was promoted to Major, Lt. William H. Stiles took his place. These friends had long and valorous war records during the War between the States. Capt. Stiles lived in New Market, where he raised his large family, Dr. A. must have lived near the store from regularity of purchases.

 

      The last entry in the Harrington account book was in Apr. 1882, meanwhile Oak Grove about 2 mi. to the North and beyond Cottonwood ditch or creek was growing as a community center. When it acquired its post office in 1855 it had taken the name of Cottonwood because there was a prior Oak Grove in our state. The church and school were called Oak Grove as was the settlement in many county records for years. With a bank, lodge halls and 2 or 3 good stores, it was a busy place, however I best remember it for the fine orchards of Raymond H. Hale. Much of the county depended on the Hale orchards for peaches and apples. Besides his regular crew many others were hired for picking, grading and packing. I picked apples there twice in the mid 1920s, during the slack season prior to corn shucking. The wages, good for that time, were $3 per day if my memory is correct.

 

      A few families still live in Cottonwood but most everything else including the orchards is gone. They are now a part of the Hale Farms.

 

Mrs. Harold (Mary) West has done research and a short story on the area. Rev. T. Leo Dodd, educator, writer and historian was last pastor at old Cottonwood.

 

 

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Old Cottonwood P. B. church Cemetery called Reeder or Harrington by some.

This with Book 1 (mostly an earlier generation) completes this cemetery.

Begin NW Corner of North ½, then row by row to center road or E.W. road.

Copied 9‑9‑1976 by G. M.

 

Simmons, Lon 1879‑67, Bertha 1880‑1919 w/o Alonzo

Moore, Charles S. 1858‑22, w Barbara 1869­-

Greer, Rev. Dewey 1898‑53, w Pearl 1900-­

Dillard, Mathew 1886‑20, w Florence 1885‑73

Merritt, Arthur 1889‑48

Ramsey, Floyd 1884‑54, w Fannie 1880‑55, Lucretia M. 1906‑08, Sylvia b&d 1920

Holland, Dwight M. 1900‑68 WW2, John M. 1871‑58, w Stella 1878‑50, infant b&d 1908

Hall, Edgar 1885‑68, w Myrtle M. 1887‑57, Thurman 1923‑59 WW 2

Hall, Simmie R. 1892‑45, Ida D. 1881‑, David 1919‑76 plastic stob with letters

Hall, Elvis husband 1906‑62, Glendola M. P.?

Stallings, 12‑19‑1892, 2 ch. Esmal 1911‑13 Glendola M. P. 1920‑25

Crunk, Hallie 1884‑50, w Elsie (Pickles) 1886‑74

Crunk, Walter 1879‑49, w Bessie (Moye) 1885‑73

Pickles, Thomas Wade 8‑8‑1918 d 12‑20‑1918

Aud, Thomas L. 1878‑52, w Ella 1875‑39, s Elvis 1900‑20

Mills, Silas 1885‑73, w Dora (Sanders) 1888-­

Downen, Harrell K. b 8‑5‑1898, w Elizabeth (Ramsey) 8‑9‑1901 d 10‑23‑72

Dillard, Carrie E. 1894‑48 small concrete almost covered, between Dicy Ann & A­-

Goforth, Floyd 1883‑60

Smith, Mae L. 1884‑1916 d/o D. R. & Nancy

Bradley, Della J. 1874‑61

Aud, Lawrence J. 1898‑75 (s/o Thomas), w Josephine 1902-­

Anderson, W. Lee 1878‑66, w Nolas H. 1883‑, s Hilas 1906‑71, w Lucille 1916‑57

Starkey, Daniel 1861‑20? w Mary 1866‑45

Carney, Virgil M. 1877‑37, w Elsie 1879‑64, Ladona 1944, Karen?

Anderson, Ernie J. 1901‑45, w Cora (Williams) 1902‑66, 3 infants William R. 1945

Murphy, Lewis A. 1863‑4? w Sidora Jane 1863‑49, s Norvin 1892‑74 w

Rister, Lura (Grumley) 1882‑69 w/o Robert, James V. 1886‑93, Ida 1898‑01 c/o R. & M.

Wilson, Therin 1907‑, w Minnie (Rister) 1905‑33

Gwaltney, Ada 1846‑76 w/o B. K.

Moore, Clarence A. 1892‑1919, w Mabel (Bell) 1895‑ (? w/o G. S. 1873‑65)

Weston, Lewis 1824‑06, w Marinda b 1845‑, dau Laura 1883‑93

Goforth, Nancy Ann 1853‑91?

Switzer, Elmer 1878‑60? w Ethel 1880‑67

Kenworthy, Monroe J. 1900‑74, w Edith B. (Switzer) 1902-­

Harrington, P.F.C. Hezekiah 5‑19‑1909 Killed in action near Rhine R. 3‑4‑45

Harrington, Leroy 1881‑70, w Fannie (Calvin) 1893‑72, w Lora (Noel) 1885‑14

Harrington, Mary E. 1861‑84, w/o John W. 1859‑07, begin NE corner of cem.

Mills, Thomas 1886‑87 s/o A. & M. E.

Henson, Walter b 10‑17‑1879 d 7‑23‑1968, wife illegible

 

      cross road to South Side of cem

Edwards, Joe M. 1882‑33 near f. Isom 1856‑86, Little George 1902

Grumley, John 1853‑29, w Mary J. 1853‑32 Minnie 1881‑00

Thomas, Sylvester 1901‑20 s/o W. D. & Carrie (Henson) Thomas 1882‑55

Henson, Sylvester 1857‑03, w Martha E. (Glasscock) 1859‑43

Holland, Hayward M. 1916?‑33, Mollie 1895‑68

Rodgers, Joseph d 2‑6‑1897 ages 1 y, 5 mo, 27 days s/o Dan & Margaret E.

Combs, L. R. 1863‑91, w Anna 1870‑14, flat & almost covered 2 infants

Williams, James L. 1882‑65, w Emma (Downen) 1884‑, f Alvin C. 1892‑58, w Nell 1893-28

Rister, Clara 1854‑95, Cavet 1873‑37, w Rosa E. 1874‑51

Dillard, William 1866‑194?

Moye, Albert L. 1859‑40, w Mary Z. (Carr) 1864‑51, s Ray 1891‑72, w Ann 1892‑61

Mills, Virgil A. 1856‑27, w Matilder 1858‑50, dau Mary b&d 1888

       Parilla 1875‑20 w/o Alvah, dau Inez 1900‑1913

Rodgers, Bertha 1890‑91 d/o W. & R. J.

 

 

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Continued, South of E. W. center road

Old Cottonwood Cemetery, located in N. Center or near N. line of Sec. 3 T8 R9

 

Hicks, Ezra J 1837‑1918, w Jane R. 1854‑28

Ramsey, James 1856‑86

Bourland, Harriet 1871‑08 w/o William

McGhee, Ernest R. 1873‑37, w Katie 1881‑1919

Givens, Robert? M. 1863‑48 mkr adj William M. 1872‑53 small identical

Lemons, Martha 1870‑29

Bell, Herman 1909‑10 s/o George & Abbie, John A. 1843‑04

Bruce, John M. 1815‑86, Clinton 1867‑46, Stella (Mills) wife 1877‑62

Bruce, John B. 1857‑22, w Ella 1868‑, s Lawrence d 1889

Harris, David 1854‑00, w Celana 1866‑99, dau Izella 1886‑96, infant d 1890s

Knowles, Miles 1834‑86, w Elizabeth 1840‑93

Marx, Leslie 1903‑, w Cuma (Reeder) 1898-­

Pruitt, Thomas 1858‑99, Ida B. 1858‑95 w/o W. T.

Duty, William S. 1847‑14, w Lucy 1837‑13, Sarah Jane 1846‑74

Smith, A. Newton 1861‑23, w Malinda J. 1861‑47, f J. Wesley 1859‑02 m S. Janie 1857-37

Smith, James Adrian WW 1, Marshall E 1884‑41

Henson, Mina S. 1882‑65

Whiting, William G. Okla. Pvt. May 28‑1943, Martha A. 1856‑33

Hendrick, Henry H. father 1868‑45, mo Effie 1888‑, father Burtis 1910‑72

Stallings, John W. 1857‑35, w Martha (Downen) 1859‑14, s Elisha W. 1880‑27

Downen, Timothy C. 1888‑, w Lela 1892‑62, s R. J. 1923‑45 killed on USS Franklin

Downen, Alma 1903‑, adjoining pts R. J. & Mary

King, Carrie Downen 1881‑76 mkr covers complete grave, similar to others

Meyer, Fred 1884‑25, w Rebecca (Mills) 1886‑59, Leslie R. 1907‑09 Ivan 1913-­26

Barton, James Oscar 1902‑16, Job 1858‑13, Jackie Lee Meyer 10‑23‑1936

Cox, Alfred 1876‑06, mother Ada 1879‑56, dau Bertha 1904‑06

Williams, Dexter 1881‑34  Nellie 1886-­

Reeder, Leslie H. 1893‑71, w Mary E. married 1916 b 1898­

Crunk, Abner 1876‑31 by Robert 1851‑36 & w Mary C., Betsy 1833‑11 no mkr

Pyle, Valentine 1894‑73, w Audrey (Ramsey) 1898‑72 ch Margaret Ann 1921‑30

Pyle, Madge Hope 1925‑33

Clark, David N. 1867‑42, w Columbia A. 1868‑64, s Raymond 1892­

Ridley, Jonathan Freeman 1896‑55

Boutwell, David ?, Jane 1865‑42

Vickery, John 1854‑33, w Anna 1877‑47, dau Juanita Stratman 1913‑44

Vickery, s 12‑30‑1910 d 8‑4‑1945 killed WW 2 near Philippines

Harrington, Henry 1893‑70, w Inez 1896‑72

Mills, George M. 1855‑23 f, Ann C. mo 1857‑31, s Herbert 1883‑52, Thomas N. 1890-­

Switzer, Edgar L. 1884‑23

Starkey, John R. 1885‑71, w Ethel M. 1889­-

Williams, Lawrence 1903‑68, w ?Ethel 1905-­

Brown, Samuel L. 1882‑36, Nancy Ann 1881­-

Grumley, Rozander 1880‑54, w Florence (Rister) 1885‑67, Violet B. 1907‑09

Cox, Jonathan A. 1881‑68, w Effie E. (Murphy) 1881‑70, ch Wilma E. 1914-­11/9/1918

Cox, Willard W. s b 5‑6‑1907 d 11‑13‑1918

Brown, Alfred E. 1885‑29, w Hattie (Greer) 1889‑14, dau Blanch 1914‑16

Brown, Lora J. (Greer) 1891‑70 w/o Alfred E.

Downen, John T. 1892‑70, w Laura (Trousdale) 1892‑ newest pt W. of old rd.

Reeder, Leonard I. 1910‑, w Cleo S? 1903-­

Moye, Edward 1888‑59, w Sylvia (Downen) 1890-­

Moye, Leroy W. 1888‑67, w Minnie L. 1887­-

Holland, Otto 1892‑63, Dora J. 1892-­

Funkhouser, ? Otto 1890‑73 dad, mom Mimi 1884‑ son Claud Brown 1904‑72

Ramsey, Lawrence 1888‑72, w Lula (Henson) 1887‑67

Mobley, Mattie Henson mother 1882‑55

Crunk, Emma 1877‑60

Meyer, Dale 1913‑61, w Catherine (Anderson) 1915-­

 

 

 

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The new addition (West of old Road) to Old Cottonwood Cem. Inscriptions.

 

Brockett, Curtis 1917‑61, w Genevieve 1919‑

Ramsey, Jesse C. 1895‑, w Pearl (Rister) 1897-

­Downen, Clyde 1900‑72, w Myra (Dagley) 1903-­

Mills, Lee 1921‑75, w Pactolis 1924-

Goodman, William L. 1877‑53, w Ida 1905‑76

Anderson, William R. 1921‑64 WW 2, V. ? 1928‑69

Rister, Herman 1903‑70, w Mabel 1904-

­Crunk, John D. 1886‑62, w Mary Jane 1891-­

Anderson, Paul C. 1928‑71 w Loretta V. 1932-­

Anderson, Herman 1920‑, w Muriel 1921-

 

This completes inscriptions

 

      The Perkins family cemetery, located on the West sand hill near the South side of the W ½ of NW ¼ of Sec. 36 T7 R9, was another case of a cemetery being isolated when the cross country road to New Haven was straightened to its present location. George M. Edwards 1904‑75, a short time before his death, told me that many years before, a neighbor the elderly John Perkins, told him that his parents were buried there. A check of my records shows that a Stephen Perkins bought this tract from U.S. Govt. in 1819. He must have died prior to 1836, for in that year a widow, Margaret Perkins bought the 40 East of cemetery. This tract also had an unusual sand hill. She was living in 1860 with one of the two adjoining Perkins families, the census listing her age as 72. Stephen was listed as family head in 1830, she in 1840. Many Indian tools and arrow‑heads have been found on these hills now owned by Willard Murphy. The cemetery has long been farmed over.

 

      Of the more than 8400 names and inscriptions, combined here in books one and two, I recall only 6 death inscriptions prior to 1821. Three of these were in 1814, Alexander Wilson age 48 (the Shawneetown ferry operator) in Westwood, William Crenshaw b 1774, of Hickory Hill and Oliva Jones White d Oct. 1 at age of 26 yr & 10 mo. Equality City Cemetery. She and Captain Leonard White were married in Logan County Ky. in June of 1812. Even though a special effort has been made to find and decipher markers for the graves of Gallatin County's earliest settlers, few have been found though records show that many died during these early days of our settlement.

 

      In this, the bi‑centennial year of our Country's Declaration of Independence, ­I must mention a few of those who fought to make that independence possible. Several of these later settled in Gallatin County. Of Revolutionary Soldiers Buried in Illinois, Mrs. Harriet J. Walker in 1917 mentions twelve believed buried in Gallatin County. Most were pensioned. They were William Abney served from Va., William Allen b. Pa. enlisted from N.C., Stephen Boutwell of Va., Greenbury Choate also of Va., John Duff aided Gen. Geo. Rogers Clark and said to be buried near Island Ripple Ford, Abner Foster of Mass., Bennett Hancock of Va., Wilson Anderson of Chester Co. S.C., John Lamb of N.C., James Norton also from Va., Gen. Thomas Posey mentioned earlier as among first burials at Street's later called Westwood Cemetery, William Sutton also of Va., Robert West of Bertie Co. N.C. applied for a pension from Gallatin as did John Shadowen or Thadowen at age 85 in 1840. For more information as to service etc. see Mrs. Walker's book.

      From Gallatin County records and other sources we find that the appraisers of William Abney's estate in Dec. 1835 were Willis and Herman Stricklin and John Garner. Abner Abney was the admin. that made payments for services to Elias, William, Michael and Joshua Abney. At this time Saline Co. was a part of Gallatin.

      Stephen Boutwell came to this county from Christian Co. Ky. and entered in 1817 the E ½ of NW ¼ of Sec. 8 of Gold Hill Twp. Born in 1753 he died in 1835 and is buried in Old Bradley Cemetery on above tract as noted in book one.

 

 

 

 

 

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      Gallatin County as the home and burial place of those who served in the revolution.

 

      Green Choate signed petition in 1782, asking N.C. to relinquish its claim to the E. Tenn. counties, which were trying to form the short-lived state of Frankland or Franklin. He later lived in SW part of Gallatin.

      Bennett Hancock's will was proved in Apr. 1833. He left his property to his widow Milly for her lifetime, except if she remarried, to her 1/3 and balance to her children and his children. Another exception was a small bay horse given me by the Methodist Society, which shall be sold and proceeds, returned to the Society for purpose of spreading gospel.

      Wilson Henderson was a minister of the gospel too, he may have been the W. Anderson referred to earlier since both were listed as born Chester Co. S.C. 1758?. Henderson's pension address was listed as Equality. He performed many marriage ceremonies there and in the present Saline County area during the days of our early statehood.

      Joseph McCool b. about 1750 in S.C. was another veteran who spent his last days in Gallatin County. I had a letter of inquiry from one of his descendants a few weeks ago, as to his burial site. He died during the mid 1820s, a period during which few permanent markers were used in this area. I know, however, that many more were used than have been found. This family probably lived West of Old Shawneetown. Joseph served as Juryman in 1815, Abraham in 1814. Children were Abraham, William, Polly Ann and Thomas.

      Charles Donaway a Va. soldier lived in Shawneetown area. Francis Farley Sr. b in Chesterfield Co Va. served as Juryman in the Ill. territorial court at Shawneetown in 1814 and died there in 1829. In 1817 William Roark of Gallatin Co, and Martin Roark of Muhlenberg Co. Ky. made a deed recorded in Book A. William a veteran was b. 1760, d 1841 and is buried at Cottage Grove Cem. in Saline County near Southern Ill. Community College. He has a marker. The same book records the sale of 160 acres of land, by William McCoy to John Emmett of Pickaway Co. Ohio. Emmett was a private in Md. Line, b 1759 and died 1847, a resident of Gallatin County. The deed was dated 11‑7‑1818.

      For more detailed information on most of these veterans see, Soldiers of the Revolution buried in Illinois, published a few years ago by the ILLINOIS STATE GEN. SOCIETY. It contains several hundred names of those who lived in or were buried in Illinois. Many of these were pensioned, others failed to get or lost their pensions because they could not prove 6 months service. It seems that many enlisted or were drafted for a short period of time to meet a threatened invasion or for one engagement. After the threat of the battle was over, they drifted back home, to await the next.

      After the Revolutionary War, Kentucky received many new settlers. Many of these had been soldiers in that war. Some of these had grants of Ky. land for military service. There were also those who had chosen the losing or loyalist side in the war and were now seeking a new start. Most of both groups became good citizens. Most of the new settlers were from Va., with a few from her neighbors on the North. In 1792, 23 years after Daniel Boone’s first trip to Kentucky, she gained statehood. Tennessee became a state in 1796, gaining most of its new settlers from the Carolinas.

      The tide continued to move West and it was from those seeking new home sites and opportunities or the overflow from these states, mainly Ky., that Gallatin County received most of its first settlers. The Federal census of 1810 lists 235 males over 16 in the U.S. Saline‑Shawnee Town area. Of these, 23 were over 45 years of age or within age range for Rev. service, but only J. McCool and Pierre Moulin are identified as having served. The latter is said to have joined the George Rogers Clark Army from one of the French settlements. Others said to have been a part of Gen. Clark's army who later lived in Gallatin County were Dan Curtin and Boston Daimwood.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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ZION Cemetery Supplement: (Balance in Vol. 1) Inscriptions from more recent markers in general. This cemetery located South of Elba. Well cared for from donations by those interested. Copied on 5‑1‑77 by Mr.& Mrs. Obert Anderson & Mrs. Mildred Booten.

Francis, Harry 1892‑67 w Ruth E. 1893‑68

Banks, Elsie 10‑1?‑1886 d 11‑19‑1918

Styan, Ester 1818‑1928 d/o W. H. & Emmer Lewis

Allen, W. Evert 7‑31‑1894 4‑28‑1920 d 1917 infant son of W.E.& Alta

Etherton, Fulton 1868‑1950 w Minnie 1870‑54 dau Alta 1897‑30

Hughey, Thomas J. 1863‑48 Mollie E. 1863‑37

Garrison, Susie 9‑25‑1894 d 19?4 Clarence 1915‑1918 s/o O. B. & Susie

Miller, Joe G. 1868‑1920, Lue 1872‑27 John Thomas 1904‑70, Clarence 1912-14

McCluskey, John E. 1858‑1914 Elisabeth 1863‑1943

McCluskey, Henry 1885‑1968 w Grace 1896‑1918

Dobell, Laura E. 2‑9‑1844 d 11‑23‑1933 David G. 1878‑16, & ? 11‑30‑1946 d 12-2-1925

Scott, Harry E. 1872‑67, Annie 1872‑1919

Scott, William Ford 1901‑ Mary Edith 1902‑1930

Henderson, Silas W. 11‑18‑1850 d 1927 nephew. Sherman 1878‑26 w Elizabeth 1880-1930­

Hill, Alonzo 1887‑48 w Ora 1880‑1920 infant no dates

Gross, James W. 1887‑50 w Effie D. 1895‑61 Robert A. 1892‑60 w Clarissa 1895-56

Ramsey, W. E. 4‑15‑1864 d 11‑4‑44 w Nannie J. 3‑10‑1873 d 1917

Jones, David M. 1868‑1940 w Cassie 1880‑1925

Harrelson, James P. 1879‑1921 w Dora J. 1879‑26

Zirkelbach, Mabel M. mother 1908‑1939

Kimbro, Clara Harrelson 1877‑56 s John William 1899‑35 dau Hester Frazier 1909-34

McDaniel, Roy 1897‑69 w Pearl (Cox) 1897‑27

Ashley, Alfred father 1861‑40 Mattie mo 1867‑43 son Fred 1888‑1935

Karns, Viola 1‑15‑1877 d 2‑22‑1898 w/o A. N. dau Winnie 1‑14‑1894 d 97

Etherton, Paul 8‑15‑1896 d 3‑8‑1897, Infant b&d 1902 ch/o E. Fulton & M.

Maxel, Thurman 1889‑08 Esther d 2‑11‑1889 1mo 7days, Charles d 1890 7yr ch/o C.H&M.E.

Powell, Maud 8‑11‑1880 d 7‑27‑1903

Edwards, Nancy d 1‑23‑1890 age 75 y 6 m w/o James

Yost, Nellie E. 2‑25‑1862 d 8‑25‑1890 w/o W. C. dau Nellie 3mo 5da

Heatherly, Nancy Adeline 11‑19‑1849 d 2‑27‑1885

Tate, Thomas J. 4/17/183? 12/26/1875 Elizabeth 1837‑1910, T. Edwin 12/1/1870 5/17/1873

      Joseph W. 1843‑17, w Emma 1857?, wife Margaret 3‑20‑1844 3‑11‑1873

      Robert 9‑20‑1851 d 11‑25‑1877

Ashley, W. Thomas 6‑16‑1867 10‑16‑1895, Mattie T. 1‑19‑1868 10‑15‑1907

Yost, Ammer 1851‑81 w/o William F., Dau Nellie 10‑8‑72 8‑31‑75, Lizzie E. 1870‑76

      John 1840‑1920, w Mary E. 1844‑21, s Joel d 1872 2y,

      Lillian F. 11‑26‑1865 d 8‑15‑1889 w/o C. T.

Parks, Napoleon Alexander 5‑20‑1854 4‑15‑1880 s/o Ambrose & Nancy 1828-23

Matherly, Gladys 4‑29‑1906 d 6‑29‑1910 ch/o W.T. & J.M., Mary J.1869‑71

          Cora Idella b 9‑18‑1875 d 4‑20‑1880

Lewis, William 1811‑76, w Elizabeth 1820‑90, William 1851‑93, w Emmer 1858‑27 dau.

       Nellie b 9‑26‑1880 d3‑16‑1881, Goldie 3‑11‑1888 12‑3‑06 w/o David

Barker, Elizabeth 1‑10‑1856 d 4‑8‑1898 wife of W.H., son Walter E. 1879‑81

Butler, Ch/o W.K.& C., Charles, 12‑9‑74 12‑23‑1874,Eddie 1879‑81, Alice 1879 1m

Bain, Riley M. d 1‑5‑1873 age 67y 1m 14d, Lizzie 1864‑07 d/o R. W. & M. E.

McMurtry, W. H. 3‑14‑1850 9‑11‑76 s/o T. H. & Martha

Ashley, Margaret Ann 1846‑73 w/o E. M., Nannie d 1‑3‑1870, s Larkin 1870-92­

Goss, Sarah A. 1806‑71 mo/o P. & T. Goss, James M. 4‑2‑1852 12‑24‑91

Bowling, Jasper Ralph 9‑26‑1903 d 9‑15‑1904 a/o Edwin & Carrie

McKelligott, John b Mt. Kerry Ire., 1818 d 1899 w Susan b Tenn. 1817 d 1899 down

             Ellen b Sh‑ 1852‑04, dau Margaret 1861‑97, Ellen 1852‑04

             Maurice 1887‑90 s/o John & Alice, & s Raymond 1890‑?97

Tucker, Nancy E. 1815‑72 w/o T

Lewis, Emily 9‑21‑1879 3‑16‑1881 d/o D. M. & Lucy, Essie 1886‑1914

Leithliter, Martha D. 3‑25‑1847 8‑25‑1885

Scott, Lillian 5‑22‑1899 12‑3‑1903 d/o Harry & Annie

Proctor, John J. 3‑26‑1813 d 10‑24‑89 w Susan 1815‑92 Frank d 1902 at 2m

Head, Nettie May 10-8‑1879 d 2‑11‑1901 w/o Pete

Webb, Burl 6‑19‑1884 d 9‑2‑1901 s/o W. H. & C. S.

 

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ZION M. E. CHURCH CEMETERY, LOCATED IN SECTION 21 OF NORTH FORK TOWNSHIP

Continued

Morten, Sabia 10‑28‑1895 9‑15‑1896 & Andrew b&d 9‑5‑18?2 ch/o Charles & MA

Dillard, Matilda C. 2‑27‑1859 d 9‑17‑98, Margaret A. 1881‑1882

Mitchell, Urie 1893‑95 s/o F. H. & M. E., first part and remainder S. side road

Reynolds, William T. 1871‑46 w Lillie M. 1878‑1965

Stallings, Ben T. 1890‑64 w Ella J. 1889-­

Bourland, Billy Joe 4‑26‑1871 2‑19‑1872

Lewis, Atha 8‑29‑1876 8‑12‑43 w Lizzie 10‑15‑1876 7‑8‑1927, David M. 1911-22

Lewis, Essie 10‑21‑1886 d 2‑1‑1914: David M. 1886‑69 w. Radie 1885­-

Sloan, Josie Hudgins 2‑23‑1873 d 1‑8‑1959

Sloan, Warren 1870‑1944 w Eva 1872‑47, John M. 1836‑1919 w Alice 1844-1918­

Hudgins, James Ernest 8‑20‑1891 5‑13‑1914 s/o MR. & Mrs. E. S.

Smith, Merinda E. 1835‑1923 balance no mkrs, from Newspapers etc.

Bowling, Jasper b 1834 KY d 1908 f/o Rev J. M. of Sh‑ & Rev. Edwin R. News

Garrett, Martin 1845‑1905 brother in law of J. M. Sloan, Mary F Kingston 1844-82

Tate, Nancy 1821‑02, Bozarth, Jane 1837‑02 of TB

 

      The following Hedger burials at Danner Cem. about 3/4 mi. NE of Elbe Sect. 15 T8 R8 No mkrs. Mary Ann 22 James William 20, Andrew J. 14, David abt. 90 these 4 in 1880, 1881 Adam age 41, 1884 P. W. 21 md, 1902 David 36 md. Also Martha Emily Flahardy b 1863 d 1903 w/o Joseph, Hendrix, Eliza b 1840-­02

 

      Elmwood located about 1/2 mile N. W. of Equality, near intersection of State Route #13 and #142 is one of Gallatin County's newer cemeteries. This supplement, with the 1 1/2 pages in Vol. 1, almost completes this cemetery. Copied 5‑6 & 5‑12 of 1977

 

Gossett, Charles E. 1882‑1940 w Mary E. (Bunker) 1884‑76

Cloud, John E. 1865‑47, w Frances O. 1867‑47

Self, George D. 1882‑72, Myrtle 1890‑16 WW 1 9‑29‑1918

Ferrell, John G. 1852‑37, w Mary M. 1859‑51, s Horace M. killed in action

Maas, Moses Quincy 1878‑31 w Hallie (Davis) 1883‑65

Davis, T. A. 1849‑36, w Sarah Elizabeth 1850‑16

Sutton, Walter 1873‑21 w Gertrude (Davis) 1879‑64

Breckenridge, John K. 1875‑38 w Nan (Davis) 1875‑45

Smith, Frank E. 1867‑33 w Nellie (Davis) 1872‑57

McEvoy, Lucy 1878‑72 brother William 1886‑75

DeMaris, Joe 1894‑75 Corporal in World War #1

Sisk, Sam 1888‑57 w Mary 1888?‑41

Fowler, George C b 1896 killed in West Side mine acc 1920,w Ethel (Dixon) 1898‑77

Fowler, s Maurice 1916‑1918, Julia E. 1863‑30

Cushman, Grover 1888‑1919 (Equality baker died of Typhoid)

Smith, Charles W. 1848‑1918 w Margaret T. V. 1859‑40 s‑in‑law

Burtis, John F. 1869‑22 w Ella (Smith) 1880‑41

Rodgers, Archibald ? Vet of 5th TN Cav next Mother 1858‑1914?

Donnahoe, William A. 1874‑33, Margaret 1873‑191?7, Robert 1909‑11 Ralph 1899‑63

Donnahoe, Edwin 1902‑25, sister 1880‑40

Brown, Bonnie R. Rodgers 1885‑63, s James F. ? stob d 1977 at 69, Myrtle ?

Bybee, Mollie E. (Hargrave) 11‑15‑1864 ? s Charles

Turns, Harvey P. 1880‑46

Milligan, William P. 1919‑59 WW2

Cooper, Nancy 1859‑39 Isaac 1894‑62 WW1

Davenport, Robert C. 1884‑41 w Mamie ? no mkr

Davenport, Albert 1859‑37 Frances 1877‑33, Ida 1902‑31

Frohock, John Henry 1871‑32 Lucretia M. 1877‑55

Votaw, Lela Rodgers 1889‑61 s Al 1906‑56 dau Donna McGuire 1913‑72

Davis, Leon 1893‑61 w Minnie (Gross) 1899‑77

Turner, Andrew, Susie, Reese, Isaac, Howard, Jack

Syers, Charles W. 1893‑53 Ruth Crest 1898‑44?

Crest, George F. 1866‑49   Rebecca E. ? 1867‑54, Frank 1877‑61

Brinkley, George E. 1880‑69, Sarah J. 1885‑46, Martha A. Colbert 1886‑65

 

 

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ELMWOOD CEMETERY, N. W. OF EQUALITY ½ MILE, SUPPLEMENT CONTINUED.

 

Davis, Reuben 1896‑63

Sisk, Cecil H. 1906‑75, Reba 1908-

Klaffer, Mathew 1901‑75, Julia E. 1904‑43

Bibb, George 1859‑47, Elizabeth 1879‑76

Burroughs, Earl 1904‑72

O'Nan, Ella 1871‑45

Jones, Fred 1886‑68, John 1893‑74 stob

Miller, Sam 1870‑45, Ettie 1875‑47, Virgil 1895‑62, Mary L. 1899‑72

Wood, Elizabeth 1896-­

Smith, William J. 1898‑47, md 1926, Frances E. 1904‑72, James R. 1932‑57

Wooley, G. L. 1860‑49 Daisy 1884‑56 (Velma 1936)

Sisk, Velma Wooley 1915‑73

Houston, Jim 1866‑45, Rebecca 1876‑68

Jennings, Ella mother 1883‑73, Elven? 1922‑45  WW2

Holland, George W. 1878‑50, Emma R. 1882‑66, Edward 1914‑53 WW 2

Kanady, Raymond 1895‑71, Ethel 1898‑43?

Blankenship, Charles J. 1874-51, Carrie 1881‑58

Houston, James A. father 1895‑50, Mary Houston Montgomery 1918‑69

Hays, Charles 1876‑57, Rofina 1886‑52, east side and so. of South Road

Kitchens, John T. 1921‑50  WW2

O'Neil, James J. 1882‑51, John H. 1904-­ Marie 1904-62

Krikie, John W. 1924‑52 WW 2 son James F.

Clary, William E. 1897‑63, Pauline 1910-­

Haney, Elijah R. 1905‑75, Alpha E. 190?7-, Billy Joe 1935‑52

Dunn, Ernest 1890‑67, Ina May 1893-­

Vickery, Velma d 1972 aged 68?   Near South line of border.

Baker, Hildred 1916‑, w Katie M. 1919‑76

Smith, Joe F. 1909‑67, Eva M. 1916-­

Monroe, James F. 1905‑66, Gracie M. 1915-­

Hopper, Claud 1895‑60, Adah 1900-­

Helton, Jackie Duff 1942‑50, Otis 1892‑62 md 1916? Dina 1899-­

Kingston, Jess A. 1901‑197?, w Jennie 1897‑49, Laura A. 1903-­

Brown, Walter J. 1890‑66 WW 1

Holland, George Val 1908‑76 WW 2 & Korea

Jennings, Ella 1883‑73 mother

Certain, Samuel T. 1915‑62 WW 2, William L. 1913‑72

Meadows, Alvie 1913‑49 WW 1 Carrie 1894­-

Dempsey, William J. 1909‑74, Mary E. 1913‑74

Watson, Charley 1885‑76, Laura 1881‑55

Barnard, Allen A. 1869‑56, Kate 1877‑52          South part half done

Kaufman, John E. 1892‑52, w Annie L (McHenry) 1895‑78

Glover, Dan 1874‑52, Lucy 1890-­

Randolph, Milo 1883‑46, Nettie 1884‑62

Sweat, Cecil E. 1892‑72?, w Nellie M. 1893‑74, Thomas 1893‑65?

Bunker, Marjorie Gray 1899‑1916

Herald?, John E. 1881‑11, killed in E. side mine acc, w Josie 18?1‑48

Womack, John H. 1872‑60, Sarah 1879‑53

Robinson, Adam 1868‑44, Sally 1879‑50, Harry 1908‑68

 

      SUPPLEMENT OF POPLAR CHURCH CEMETERY, ON LINE BETWEEN SALINE & GALLATIN COUNTIES, WEST PART OF SECTION #31 OF OMAHA TWP. CHURCH GONE (9‑15‑1978).

Began copying on N.E. Corner and North to South.

 

Wood, John T. 1871‑1928, Ida 1875‑53

Allen, John L. father 1861‑08, Ida M. mother 1875‑53

Wilkinson, Walter 1884‑46, w Cora 1882‑64, Byford 1919‑74

Little, Hallie May 1911‑77

Rittenbery, Clinton d 1869?, Samuel D. d 1873 s/o Thomas J. & Julia

Wood, Lawrence 1876‑48, Alice 1876‑52

 

 

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Supplement to Vol. 1 on Poplar cemetery. Continued

Omaha Twp W. end center S 31.

Swader, Harold 1912‑72 Rethel 1912‑, Jess 1887‑65 Pearl 1893‑60

Wood, Earl 1910‑76 Hanna 1909-64?

Unthank, John 1904‑ Bessie M. 1904‑66, Tom 1902‑63, Katie 1904‑61

Unthank, George W. 1886‑67 Gertrude 1886‑59

Camp, Ralph W. 1890‑42, Lula 1895‑60

Davis, James 1886‑33, Sarah E. 1889­-          begin 5th row

 

Teegardin, Oscar H. 1862‑40 Effie 1881‑46

Behrick, Marion E. 1894‑72, Gertrude 1905-­

Green, John W. 1853‑36, Lydia 1852‑22

Flanders, Judge Harry J. 1896‑68, md 1934 Bernice Porter 1903­

Reeder, Andy 1866‑42                                      

Green, James L. 1861‑43, w Sarah 1873‑56?, George B. 1861‑49, Lucy Ashley 1893?‑65

Hedger, Otis 1888‑61, w Anna C. 1888‑63, David Michael 1939-­

Wettaw, Preston 1885‑ w Margaret A. 1883‑1919

Eaton, George W. 1840‑05 John E. s/o L. B. & J.

Mathias, Fred 1880‑46 w Florence M. 1884‑ infant b&d 1908

Cooper, Charles E. 1869‑1875 s/o J. & G. 3 other similar

McFadin, Leora 1875‑93 Noah A. 1882‑84 ch/o G. & J.

Green, Jane 1831‑98 Rosa A. d 1865 age 25 w/o William A.

Gwaltney, Jasper 1849‑60 s/o J. R. & E.

Endicott, Ellen 1871‑96 w/o C. O. 2 ch Earl b&d 1890 Annie 1890‑95

Garris, John 1885‑03 s/o R. B. & C. P.

Stayton, Paul M. b&d 1907 s/o F. J. D. & L. E.

Hausser, Arthur G. 1885‑64 w Bertha W. 1889‑69 near center

Funkhouser, Beaulah 1902‑34 James E. 1934‑65

Tucker, Elizabeth 1890‑61 Clara Tucker Pritchard 1888‑57

Wilson, Kenneth 1903‑ 1‑30‑1971 w Etha Riley 9‑25‑1905 2‑1‑1971

Endicott, f Marshall 1874‑61 mo Minnie 1876‑64 Doil? 1897 Don 1900 w Jane 1910

Lindell, John W. 1865‑31 w Florence M. 1872‑56

Shorb, Charles R. 1889‑71 Susie N. 1889‑32 Hannah 1890‑63

West, Lula 1876‑57 Emma 1883‑1919

Wilcox, John 1856‑88 Martha A. Wilcox Kennedy 1856‑42

Gwaltney, Marion 1848‑09, w Nancy 1849‑17, William 1867‑87 s/o F. M. & M.

Bennett, Anna L. 1868‑95

Wise, Hiram 1877‑78 & William b&d 1879 ch/o T. C. & M.

Mounce, Lula D. 1881 1y & 1mo d/o H. G. & N.

Smith, Hannah Nave 1848‑32

Gwaltney, Larkin G. 1854‑1918 w Phebe 1857‑93

Bivins James O. 1871‑14 w Lorena F. 1872‑58

Wettaw, Henry 1859‑13 w Emma 1860‑47: Fred 1887‑64 w Hettie 1891‑63

Wettaw, Virgil 0. 1881‑44 w Della E. 1884‑76?

Hausser, Mirom W. 1902‑ w Pauline 1904‑73

Wettaw, John E. 1883‑71 w Ada 1888-­

Hamilton, Charles Gaines 1898‑53 Anna Reeves 1899‑ Lanna ? 1889‑53

Gulley, T. W. 1855‑23

Mathias, John F. 1892‑65 w Grace Hamilton 1895‑21 baby Grace 1921

Wilson, William T. 1867‑30 w Ada M. 1872‑61 Charles H. 1904‑40 May 1907?‑34

Wilson, Emily D. 1839‑24 Clint C. 1849‑1918?

Wills, Philip W. 1909‑70 Ethel Y. 1911-­

Eaton, Robert M. 1892‑63 WW 1, John N. 1888‑59 w Alma 1897‑70

Beasley, Arthur 1879‑ Minnie H. 1887-­

Eaton, Joseph E. 1886‑74 married 1908 Edna P. 1892-­

Carr, Leonard R. 1893‑59 w Anna V. 1895‑76

Overton, Silas A. 1881‑63 w Ida B. 1884‑54 Thomas W. 1894‑18 Verner 1891-1914

Patton, Ernest H. 1898 ­­w Lola A. 1900‑59 infant b&d 1929

McDaniel Murray E. 1887‑38 w Fern A. 1891-

Riley, Herman H. 1894‑77 WW1 w Ada Bernice 1892‑76

Brush, M. H. 1860‑22 w Mira A. 1858‑13

Wilkinson, Charles F. 1857‑22 w Lodema 1869‑1914

 

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POPLAR CEMETERY CONTINUED, AND COMPLETE. THIS COPIED IN 1978, SUPPLEMENTS

THAT COPIED IN 1958, which appeared in Vol. ONE. A ridge in fertile valley,

 

Nash, John 1858‑20 w Mary E. 1863‑48

Wilkinson, Aron N. 1855‑26 w Carrie 1876‑04 w Ada? 1893

Nash, Adelia 1867‑1875 d/o Jess? & Elizabeth

Griffith, Mabel Nash 1887‑14

Harris, G. M. 1882‑02

Cox, Nancy ?1864 add. Geo. broken, next illegible

Smith, Buck 1839‑0? , John 1806‑?

Nash, Samuel 1833‑72

Tucker, Jas. 1862‑95, Louise 1865‑06

Brown, Laura 1833‑02

Williams, Simon A. 1854‑89, Sarah 1856‑23

Davis, Robert 1828‑92, Susan 1833‑90, Levi 1861‑22, w Florence 1866‑37?

McReynolds, Alfred 1884‑91 s/o E.N. & S.A., N?olda? 1868‑1923 both concrete

Funkhouser, Mary a. 1874‑58 mother

Swader, Walter 1881‑789, Lucy 1853‑09 w/o Thomas

Cox, Alvin 1874‑56, w Ida 1874‑44: Minnie 1894‑95

Cox, Mary 1827‑1911 w/o William C.

Mounce, Daniel? 1868‑00

Vessel, George E. 1880‑, w Kate L. 1884‑17

Wilson, Joseph N. 1860‑29, w Mary E. 1859‑13

Maloney, John F. 1892‑35 WW 1, w Minnie 1896‑1918

Boyd, Lovina A. 1869‑96

Overton, C. E. 1885‑09, w Maud 1886‑09 children Freda & Earl

Overton, Oval O. 1892‑65 w Kate L. 1892‑ Ernest 1921‑22

Johnson, Jobie A. 1881‑45 Clara 1895­

Treadway, John Wesley 1889‑ w Eliza Unthank 1891‑50

Heath, Thomas A. 1888‑59 father

Davis, Louie E. 1894‑72 md 1917, Nellie 1897-

Wilson, Jess M. 1853‑32, w Fannie 1853‑49, Everett 1897‑33, Ezra 1877-40

King, Daniel M. 1880‑47, w Flora 1880‑68, Clyde E. 1901‑67

Walters, Manard F. 1881‑53 w Eula M. 1911­

Trout, Clement N. 1889‑75 W Lela E. 1893‑71

Tison, R. L. 1858‑94

Nave, W. F. 1854‑4? w Olive 1858‑34 s Henderson 1894‑14

Plumlee, William A. 1883‑59, w Mabel M. 1889‑74

Bickel, John F. 1835‑17, Fred J. 1864‑50, w Alice 1886‑66

Jones, Stephen W. 1871‑37, w ?Lillie M. 1882‑60 Paul Edwin 1903‑51

Carpenter, A. Raymond 1863‑17, Grace 1866‑, Clayton E. 1879‑1919 Minnie

Williams, James 1863‑ 37, w Mary L. 1862‑50, Walter 16 U.S. Inf. 1884-­

Upchurch, Minnie w/o S.B. In NW Corner.

Reeder, Simon 1836‑03

Funkhouser, George T. 1875‑55

Bright, Gus 1857‑23 w Juliet 1867‑1918

Hamilton, Wright 1860‑41, w Flora 1863‑02 end

 

CEMETERIES NEAR GALLATIN COUNTY

 

      Due to the fact that families, communities and burial grounds often had no county line barriers, some cemeteries outside but near the Gallatin County border on the South and West are here copied. Those on the North have been published in White County Cemeteries. Begin with the Dutton Cem. about 1 mi S. of county line and near S. side of Sec.2 T11 R9 of Rock Creek Twp. It was about 1/4 acre, fenced and well cared for. I was told, by Allen Rowland 1875‑1970, of an older Dutton Cem. to the West of or between this cem. and St Route #1. This area was timbered and grown up and outside the Rutherford cattle pasture where I found the first.

 

Dutton, Rosa 1873‑98 w/o C.H., Elmer b Hardin Co. 1869 d 1891 s/o A.W. &

Dutton, Andrew W. 1845‑08, w Nancy C. 1844‑07, 8 James S. 1867‑92, Nancy

 

 

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DUTTON CEMETERY IN HARDIN COUNTY ILLINOIS Continued:

 

Dutton, Reverend W.E. 1880‑62, Kate 1880‑46, Guy s/o W.E.& C.P.

Dutton, Garland 1911‑32, James Gordon Dutton 1905‑1916

Millikan, Eathel 1917‑47, husband Alex‑? Modean no dates

Hooven, Gertrude 1914‑39, Ronald Dean infant son of H ‑‑? Hooven

Rowland, Allen 1875‑1970, w Margaret 1876‑37, W.L. 1887‑1918

Grace, Dan

Pritchard, Rev J. C. 1861‑07  on left next

Monroe, Mary J. Aunt Molly

Russell, Hosea?

Millikan, Vernon 1944‑49, A. D. 1930‑32 sons of A.E. & Essie

Dutton, Viola b&d 1893

Garland, Rhoda 1872‑94 w/o William

Oxford, Leta C. 1891‑27 mother

Jerrells, Ben military marker 9‑20‑1928 Pvt. 1st Class Medical Dept end

 

Mathews Cemetery on Right side of T road, SE 1/4 Sec.11 T11S R8E about 1/3 acre, Hardin County, the name of Cemetery at entrance, on ridge.

 

Lawrence, John B. 1821‑1905, w Matilda 1831‑71, mo Agnes 1‑29‑1779 d 1869

Patton, Andrew 1805‑66 mkr down

Robertson, Frank 1894‑67, Ula 1896‑61, Oral 1926‑62 WW 2 marker

Hall, Benjamin 1856‑95, w Margaret 1858‑27 on south side sharp drop‑of

Moore, William b 5‑12‑1848 d 5‑21‑1925, Henry J. 1865‑29

Grace, James R. 1885‑35 (sandstone on left 3 feet away)

McCord, Mason M. 1864‑32, w Alice D. 1869‑32, son Cave 1886‑1906

Hale, Laura E. 1889‑91 d/o Alvin & E. Hale, this & balance enclosed iron fence

Williams, T. L. 1829‑07, w Margaret 1840‑10, Elsie 1878‑89 d/o T. L. & H. F.

End

This and the next two cemeteries are located 6 or 7 miles west of Dutton.

 

      McPherson Cemetery, as it is listed on all except more recent maps, is located about 3/4 mi. S. of county line near line between Sections 1 and 2. It is in T11S R8E or Monroe Twp. It is sometimes called Black Cemetery but usually referred to as Love Cemetery and is in Hardin County. 2‑22‑1977

 

Love, Loren W. 1891‑, w Hattie Paris 1893‑14, Lorene b&d 1922

Tinsley, Cattie 1867‑71, Martha b&d 1874, s J.J.A. 1866‑67, ch/o E.S. & M.T.

Love, Marion J. 1888‑08, pts Allen Edmond 1858‑32, w Mary Jane 1852‑25

Love, John Allen 1877‑63, James T. 1888‑65, Olive 1894‑69

Hutchinson, Lydia Ann 1812‑84 w/o John

Vinyard, Charles F. 1868‑1962, w Martha 1875‑1915, s William A. 1896‑1910

Love, Sylvester B. 1880‑61 Ollie D. 1885

Sparks, Jenett 5‑8‑1857 10‑10‑1858 dau/o J.M.& S.A.

Jarrell, Thomas J. 1854‑20, 4 fieldstones in this area

Graham, Sanford B. 1844‑99

Collins, Cecil T. 1887‑1976, w Margaret A. 1885‑41 (begin oldest part)

McPherson, Robert d 3‑25‑1857 in 69th year, w Jennie 1788‑68, s Thomas A.1821-86­

Patton, E. E. 1856‑, M.O. 1855‑1911

Love, Lewis 1827‑61, w Martha 1820‑07, ch. Zanthus 11‑3‑1859 d 3‑28‑1861

Love, Ollie S. b&d 1889 age 6 mo s/o A.E. & Mary Jane

Coghill, Joel 1816‑1904, w Kittie M. 1812‑80, s Thomas A. 1842‑60, s Robert 1843-56­

         s. Feeling H. 1847‑65, John W. 1850‑86, Mary M. 1874‑75 d/o J W & S I?

         George W. b&d 1881 s/o J.W. & S.I., Mary 1885‑86 d/o J.M. & C.I?

Miles, Robert N. 1852‑22, w Elizabeth 1855‑33, ch Nora E. 1900‑21, Mary E. 1881-59

       Martha S. 1887‑93

Patton, Pearlie O. 1899‑24 Margaret B. 1905‑24?, Charles 1896‑24, Allen 1901‑38

        Watson 1870‑48, Sarah Jane 1875‑58, 35 to 40 field stones this area.

Black, James R. 1854‑27, w Manlinda 1852‑99, Mima 10‑11‑1881 ‑1894

Robertson, G. W. 1862‑39 dbl mkr M.N. 1867­

Daymon, Mary C. d 11‑2‑1886 age 25 y 8 m & 22 d wife of A. E.

 

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CEMETERIES IN NORTH PART OF HARDIN CO, ILLINOIS, MCPHERSON CEM, Continued:

 

Love, Ezra 1908‑50, s Estell Lee d on day of birth in 1935

Black, Samuel B. 1857‑1915, Nancy J. 1861‑35, Arza b&d 1920, s/o Charlie

       & Louella, brother Woodrow 1913‑37, Hattie 1900‑Ol, Hester b&d 1898

       John H. 1809‑72, Jonah 1814‑99, W.E. 1882‑83 several field stones.

       William 1849‑26, Margaret 1852‑08, Ola 1907‑63 w? Nannie 1913-­

       Everett 3‑27‑1905 d 5‑15‑1971, Dorothy 2‑29‑1924

       George W. 1838‑01, w Mary L. 1857‑, s William M. 1879‑54?

       J.A. 1873‑90 s/o G.W. & M.L, Samuel 1874‑43, Ollie 1875‑24 f‑ home mkrs

Grace, Roy Sr. 1898‑63, Mary D. 1905‑ oak stob?

Lackey, A. L. 1869‑90 w/o Joseph

Davis, W. D. 1860‑23, w Flora A. 1861‑87, w Mary L. 1853‑1917 SE corner

       David 1882‑83, John W. 1881‑82, sons of W.D & F.A.?

Porter, Mary E 1870‑99 w/o G.W.

Waters, Margaret 1837‑77 w/o C.P.

Frizzell, Allen 1861‑1918 father, Eliza 1866‑28 mother, Mildred 1896‑22 dau.

Sutton, Raymond 1899‑08, Hattie 1897‑98 ch/o G. B. & Victoria

Grace, John C. 1888‑64 metal stob, adjoining

Black, A. W. 1873‑21, NW corner

Sheldon, Tom 1891‑49, Mae 1891‑70 adjacent Carl E. 1928‑63

Graham, Derice 1884‑62 father

Miles, Ed 1877‑1944

Scarborough, Joseph A. 1886‑41, adjacent Mary E. 1892‑61 completes.

 

THE RUSSELL CEMETERY, ON BLACKTOP ROAD to Karbers Ridge, Sec.2 T11S R8E

 

Russell, Frank 1869‑50, Mary 1882?­-

Miller, Sarah b 1837‑ w/o Hugh

Sutton, Arthur C. C 48th Ill. Inf.

Rogers, James R. 1891‑93, s/o L.F. & Mary J., infant of E. & Nettie b&d 1902

Russell, John L. 7‑29‑1820 d 10‑20‑1886, Nancy A. 10‑26‑1820 d 10‑29‑12

         Samuel W. 1855‑1902, infants of G.W. & M.S. d in 1873 & 1877

         Mary S. d 1‑9‑1873 age 24y 3m & 6d w/o G.W.

      Nine illegible sandstones completes this section.

 

JONES CEMETERY is in E. 1/2 of Sec 11, T10S R7E about 1 1/4 mi. from Gallatin county line and in Saline County. It is 1/8 mi. West of the mother church of The United Brethren and about 1 mile North of the former Eagle Post Office. In 1976 I copied the older markers and many of the newer.

 

Raymer, Lucian 1891‑37 s/o Sherman, Nora 1899-­

Hull, Aaron 1863‑44, w Lucinda 1866‑64, Josiah 1889‑, w Anna B. 1889‑56

      Samuel 1839‑96, w Ellen 1843‑08, James 1876‑48 many Hull family members

Jones, W. E. 1848‑97, Sallie Jones Sinsabaugh 1857‑1915

Booten, James M. 1864‑48, w Laura 1869‑98, Rev. J.C. 1880‑1960, w Effie 1882‑41

        Henry 1875‑1918

Barnett, Robert D. 1851‑98, w Emily 1864‑14, Charles A. 1892‑, w Effie J. 1896‑58

Ervin, Mary Ann (Molly) 1874‑59

Aydelott, George W. 1822‑07, w Cassandra 1826‑1911

Hull, David Milton 1848‑26, w Martha 1852‑30

Osborn, Snyder H. 1828‑10, w Amanda 1832‑, Thomas 1868‑1973?, w Harriet 1876-1968

Gibbs, Flossie Inez mother 1918‑64

Barnett, Reuben 1848‑1917, w Edith 1859‑192?

Carnett, James E. 1880‑56, w Lula C. 1886‑1930

Hargrave, Lorenzo 1839‑1913, w Artemissa 1834‑20, Louella 1866‑50 son Frank 1887‑66

          Aunt Minnie 1870-­

Wiedemann, John M. 1867‑44, w Mollie 1870‑61

Frohock, David F. 1851‑11, w Matilda 1864‑28

Hall, James H. 1853‑1919

Locklar, William S. 1861‑39, Thomas F. 1834‑07, Mary 1849‑91

 

 

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JONES CEMETERY IN SEC. 11, Mountain Twp, Saline County Continued:

 

Jones, Samuel 1821‑77 b in Hawkins Co. TN, w Minerva 1824‑01

Sherrell, Sarah M. 1828‑77 w/o William

               (Here were 3 grave size stacks of sand rocks 2 ft. tall, no names)

Rogers, Elizabeth d 1847 w/o William

Howard, Claibourn d 1836, J.M. d 1838 age 7 mo sons of John & Susan

Baker, Phebe 1795‑1842 w/o William 2‑20‑1784 d 12‑17‑1842

Scroggins, Pleasant d 1860, s Leonard b&d 1832, s/o P. & M. Stephen 1828‑45

Jones, James? d 1838 age 39?

Seets, John 1817‑63, w Nancy J. 1820‑63, Elizabeth 1820-51 w/o John

       Jess 1888‑68, w Effie 1893‑, Cora 1886‑91, John b&d 1900

Rice, Benjamin 1796‑1857

Prather, Elizabeth d 1893 age 57

 

COLBERT CEMETERY, on West side of road on east line of SEC 23, T10S R7E about 1/2 mi. NW of Derby also in Mountain Twp. of Saline County. Covered all except about 6 markers in new South part of cemetery. Good condition in October of 1976. Is one mile from Gallatin County border.

 

Gibbs, Isaac b 11‑29‑1839 Sgt. 34th? Inf.

Gibbons, W. H. 1868‑42, w Mary 1868‑49, Lucian 1888‑64, w Sophia 1890‑66

Ishart, J. H. B. 1869‑95

Wright, William R. 1839‑79, adjacent Mary E. 1851‑81

Rogers, John Wiley 1881‑1918 Staff Sgt. U.3.Mar Cor. s/o J.C. & M.A.

Vinyard, Sarah J. 1873‑1911 w/o A. A.

Raymer, William 1876‑51, w Frances 1880‑34

Atkinson, William C. d 1880 age ? mkr broken, dau of Wm.C & Nancy J, Lucy 1868‑73

Booten, Tom father 2‑15‑1886 9‑28‑1962, mother Lillie 10‑2‑1888 d 11‑25‑65

        Bluford 1888‑47 WW 1, Katie 1903­

Tarlton, Charles 1875‑54, Mary 1877‑52

Justice, Cleveland 1885‑51, w Katie 1884‑34, Arthur 1919‑65 WW 2

Barnett, Gilbert 1903‑73, w Ruth L. 1905‑, Lucian 1882‑10, w Ida 1882‑10?

Barnett, Henry 1882‑49, w Lucy 1882‑74, ch Carrie 1914‑20 Jess b&d 1905

Thackston, Rev. B. B. 1876‑49, w Gusta 1886‑21

Colbert, J. F. 1849‑1918, w Catherine 1859‑09, G. W. 1862‑28, w Charlotte 1865

         Son Bluford 1886‑06, Alvin 1894‑70, w India 1899‑75

         Charles 1873‑13, w Mollie 1874‑61, Samuel B. 1864‑53, w ?Miranda E. 1865

Barnett, Amanda 1880‑1914, w/o J.E. Barnett, dau Anna Lee 1901‑02

Seats, Albert 1865‑39, w Sarah P. 1868‑53, James A. 1900‑39, John 1896‑98

Seats, J. W. & Mary, Dava & Sarah no dates, John M. 1872‑52, w Florence 1870-­1943

       Edward 1898‑75 md 1923 Mary A, 1904-­

Aydelotte, Grace 1917‑1918, Grace ?6‑1918

Sinsabaugh, Lucian 1892‑62, w Cuba 1898‑39

Cowsert, Thomas P. 1883‑44, w Nora 1883‑25

Brown, John I. 1874‑42, Mary E. 1878‑46

Mitchell, James H. 1886‑50, w Ollie 1888‑54, ch Art 1910‑16, Belora? 1920‑21

Tarlton, Anna 1869‑42, 6 metal marker stakes, flowers but illegible

Moore, Daisey 1904‑05, and infant of J.P & Rhoda M

Colbert, Lucian 1893‑, w Myr? J. 1896‑61

         Aaron S. 1860‑46, w Sarah C. 1866‑51 (several children in row)

         Thomas C. Jr. 1‑5‑1870 & d 12‑26‑1951, Jess J. 1902‑76, Margaret 1902-­1959

         J.T. 1855‑26, w Sarah F. 1857‑22

         John B. 1871‑93, s/o James T. & Mary J.

Hamp, Mary L. 1858‑Ol (very large mkr) w/o Henry, ch. Mary 1873‑94 Dallas 1882-1884

Seet, Sarah 1844‑13, Sarah E. 1873‑97, Johnie d 1885 s/o J. & S.

Colbert, James M.1847‑24, w Clarissa 1855‑33, Lillie 1874‑1918

         Samuel b 1884‑ s/o H. & S., 3 other ch in row

         Elizabeth 1825‑84 w/o W.W., s Thomas G. 1856‑72

         Bryan 1896‑61, w Mary A. 1897‑71, then 4 rows of 34 sand rocks

         4 or more are legible and follow

 

 

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COLBERT CEMETERY, LOCATED IN SALINE COUNTY, ILLINOIS, Continued:

 

Rodgers, Lucian 1894‑96 s/o H. & E. J.

Hale, Everett 1910‑12, Louise b&d 1920, Elmer 1908‑12. In same row 40ft south is

      Margaret A. 1891‑1917

Millikan, Isaac E. 1843‑1962 Military marker, died at Paducah

Stilley, Frank E. 1879‑1972?, w Nellie J. 1888‑59

Healy, Charles 1876‑44, dau Mary 1919‑24

Wright, J.B. 1876‑1912, w Phebe 1882‑72

Colbert, A.E. 1888‑75, w Carrie 1888‑61, W. D. 1859‑55, w Alice 1865‑96

         Thomas C. 1830‑1890, w Catherine 1833‑84

         James 1856‑42, w Leoney 1860‑42, Elisha 1822‑63 Co. D, w Eliza b.1825-1922

         J.T. 1827‑86, w Mary 1828‑75, Mary 1855‑17, Tot? 1887‑17 s/o William & Mary

Aydelott, Clinton 1892‑67, w Etta 1896‑65

Milligan, John A. 1867‑62, w Sarah 1869‑37

Seats, Charlotte 1830‑95 w/o A. S., Josh 1855‑95

Rodgers, James W. 1858‑48, w? Josey 1863‑96, ? or Colbert, Valesta 1915‑56

Modglin, R. M. father d 1919 age 75, Sarah Jane mo d 1920 age 68

                           (7 sand rocks adjoin these 2 graves on N. & 2 on South)

Slaton, Sophia 1835‑02                          

Booten, Milas 1880‑62, w Mary A 1883‑1918, Raymond 1911‑45 WW 2

        Joseph M. 1858‑12, w Rachel 1860‑96, Clyde 1906‑61

        John W. 1893‑23, add Louisa Stuart Booten 1889‑21, Ella & Edna

Prather, James 1868‑43, Ambia 1874‑44, Bell 1867‑97, James 1831‑01

         Allen 1880‑45, Leona 1907‑08

Hale, Allen 1884‑29, Josie 1888‑27           ends

 

Cottage Grove is a much larger Cem. located 2 mi. within Saline County & site of a M.E. church, which burned a few years ago. It is W and slight­ly N of Equality. This cem. is often used and has some Gallatin people buried there but probably not enough to justify the many pages required for inclusion. Next are two abandoned cemeteries in S.E. Hamilton County not far from NW corner of Gallatin. Wesley M.E. Chapel, E of

Eld­orado is not far from Gallatin but not included. It is still in use also.

 

KEASLER OR NEWMAN CEMETERY is in SEC 13 less than ½ mi east of the Elijah & Elizabeth Young Minor home and 300 feet E of old Keasler, now the Davis home site. In the 1950's the first was standing and Thomas M. Davis occupied the latter.

 

Phillips, Michael 1805‑1890

Miner, James M. d 1862 age 21, David Harold Minor 1915‑18 s/o E.L& Lula

Wilson, Harriet 1821‑55 w/o John L., David A. b&d 1855,Mary A 1857‑58 ch/o

Minor, Daniel Jack 1852‑90 no mkr, others of E. & E. Y. M. family (R.W. & C

Keasler, David 1782‑1854, James 1813‑64 w Mary R. b 1817

Keasler, Jess 1820‑52, w Clarinda 1820‑83 son William H. 1852‑54

Garrison, John A. 1832‑63 sons James B. & Monroe

DeLap, Harriet b 1815 w/of J.H., a few illegible sandstone rocks. End

 

THE DAVIS FAMILY NOW CALLED THE WOLFE CEMETERY for a later landowner is about 1 mi. N and slightly W of old Gossett is a beautiful site with a stream on N. & E. side of this high ridge, steep banks with big trees.

 

Garrison, Sarah Ann 1835‑57 w/o Thomas W., Martha B. w/o T.B. no dates

Wood, Edward b 1810 d 1881, Amanda 1844‑10 w/o James, Henry 1836‑51

Powell, Margery 1796‑1825 w/o Daniel, James H. b&d 1819 age 10 days

Minor, Elizabeth 1827‑45, Eliz? mkr broken d ll‑19‑1844 consort/Coalman

       Maria Jane b 7‑21‑1836 d 1849 these 3 identical cut sandstone.

Davis, John S. d 1863 age 65, w Catherine d 1860, John O. d war 63, David M. 3 mo 1984

Wood, T? 4‑5‑1782 d 188? Rhoda no date, pile broken mkrs.

Gibson, Mark b 2‑24‑1851? James b&d 1840 5 weeks s/o William & N.

Mitchell, Malinda Wood b 1838, James b 1848?, George ? these tall, thin mkrs

Satterfield, John Co. L 6th Ill. Cav., Elias Wood 11‑23‑1861 d 7‑9‑1871

Basha, James B.1830‑92 Corbet 1887‑88 s/o W.E.&R. Hardesty,John M.1851‑? so Jess & M.E

Gott, James S. d 186? 6 m 4 d, Eliza Wood Hughes no dates.

 

 

 

 

 

 

page 36B

 

Addendum or Supplement to cemeteries of Gallatin County Ill. Vol.2

 

Markers found since publication of vol. 2 in 1979, not in index. ­Chas. Akers d 12‑31‑1852; Age 33+, w Barbara Duvall 1840 she d 1856, thin markers. both down, 1 broken. 3/8 mi S. of Boyd, Ind. Mound or 1/8 mi S. of N. line Sec. 9 Shawnee Twp. On top of high hill pasture, of Lawrence Rollman, in May of 1981.

I remember a small grove E. of Dan Willis home W. of Ridgway. Leonard Schmitt told me of 3 mkrs there earlier, with name Randolph. Family lived there 1840s.

Mrs. Frances H. S. Dyhrkopp told me of an old cem. near old log home, at S. end of T road (Duncan Lane) near their home. She was able to copy, one of the 4 mkrs. Strickland, Amanda b 1826‑ d 1879 at 52 yrs.

In Vol. 2 I mentioned D. A. Rowland telling me, of an older Dutton Cem. (p 32) in a large wooded area between the new Dutton and Ill. Rt.#1. He was b 1875. d 70 and had his lot in latter. At the time I dreaded making a search for it having lost some of the excess energy, of the late 1950s, needed to search brush and briars of a large area. I probably would never have made this search, but Mrs. Rose Vickery, Mrs. Francis McCabe and Mrs. Wm. (Betty) Head did and located it on a heavily wooded bluff on a high hill about 1 mi. South of Gallatin Hardin Coun­ty line, on 4‑17‑1979 and sent me the following copy. Thanks

      THE OLD DUTTON CEMETERY OF NORTH HARDIN COUNTY.

Merritt, Emeline w/o J. P. Merritt b 10‑16‑1848 d 2‑19‑1890

Rushing, Roma T. 10/26/93 d 4/24/1894, Jas. R. 10/8/ d 12/24/1898 ch/o A.J.& L.M.

Hindall, John W. 2‑7‑1863 4‑12‑82, Dora b 3‑13‑1872 d Nov.11‑1877

Daugherty, Arkless b & d 1899 s/o W.C.& M.L., This and several sand stone marker

enclosed, by fence.

Crow, W. J. d 1877 age 60, Katie 10‑23‑1860 8‑21‑1882, Mary 11‑30‑1863 d 7‑30‑65

Sarah A. b 3‑25‑1832 d 10‑24‑1900.

Ledbetter, Elizabeth b 12‑11‑1811 d 10‑17‑1884 m/of Baptist Church w/o J.

         , John b 3‑6‑1806 d 7‑2‑1888?, Wm. A. J. b 7‑31‑1831 d 5‑11-48 s/o John

Leonberger, Margaret A. b Dec. 20‑1874 d Dec. 23 1876 d/o Fred & Sarah B.

Dutton, Lydia M. b 11‑10‑1774 d 9‑18‑1835 m/o A., Elizabeth ?‑d 10‑6‑1873 w/o A.

      , Jas. F. b 5‑12‑1855 d 6‑20‑1860, Mary J. 6‑13‑1836 d 6‑20‑1860 ch/o A&E.

      , Geo. W. b 9‑18‑1842 d ?‑12‑1862 s/of A. & Elizabeth.

Davis , John H. d 17‑21‑1856 at 10 mo. & 2 d, s/o J. B. M. & E. H. Davis

M‑‑‑‑ , John b 9‑15‑185? d Dec.17‑1858? son of B. and S.

Retherford, Rebecca 3‑4‑1815 12‑21‑1855 w/o Archabel, Archable 8‑31‑1814 d 1831

Lambert, Margaret E. d‑3‑15‑1887 age 36y‑2m‑7days w/o Josiah, Mary Lee 1880‑90

Marable, Mary Ann b Sept. 18?? d/o W.E.& M.P., dau M. Faith

Overton, Elizabeth 2‑11‑1855 w/of Washington, Ann R. d 11‑20‑1854 age 5 years.

Price, John 11‑13‑1845 d 11‑14‑1866, Sarah E. 2‑1‑1879 6‑18‑1880 d/o M.D.& S.F.

     , Hardin b 3‑14‑1847 d 3‑27‑1893

Anderson, Lula 1933‑1934 Our dear baby, Unknown d 1893 mkr. overgrown by tree.

Stanley, Erving 1858‑1929, James 1906‑35. The last 3 fenced together with

another grave marked by sandstone and covered with spring flowers. There were

dozens of other graves marked by sandstones in this 3 acre cemetery.

The old RILEY CEMETERY, is in N.E. Section (23?) of Saline Co. about ¼ acre.

Robinson, J. F. mil‑mkr Co.E.3rd Ill. Cav. (Cem. fenced but

badly overgrown Merriman, Richard 1805‑88 w Helen B. 1815‑85. brier and small

brush) Gaines, Mary D. 3‑6‑1809 d 9‑22‑1896, Lorenzo 1839‑22, Linna 1877‑02 d/o

L. & M. D.

These 3 in a row, fine mkrs, one red granite, crumbled brick base, down flat.

Margrave, Annie d 10‑31‑1884, age 20 w/o W.D., John b 1‑21‑1867?

Davis, Linna d 9‑19‑1857 age 43 y 11 m, w/o Wm. R., son Frederick A. 1842‑53

  , John d‑3‑10‑1853 age 69 y 11 m 10 d, w Susannah d 3‑10‑1853 age 65+

1830 Census, Anderson Co. S.C, lived next to our Miner fam. all to Ham. Co. Gregg, Francis 1791‑65, w Sarah 1803‑84, sandstone 5 ft N. of F.G. unreadable.

     , Thos. W. 9‑3‑1842 10‑20‑1865 mkr down, Wm. R. 1821‑59 w Elizabeth 1821‑14

Riley, Ira E. 1790‑48 w Susannah 1796‑64, D.E. d 3‑6‑1890 at 73,w Sarah M.1819‑85

Haley, Meeks or Haley Meeks 1819‑80 w Rosa Ann d 12‑18‑1881 b 2‑27‑1825

Bramlet, W. H. 2‑11‑1836 d 8‑31‑1887, w Martha M. d 3‑18‑1889 at 50y, 1m & 19d

       , Emily C. 8‑26‑1864 d 8‑6‑1865 d/o W. H. & M. D.

Nelson, Seth J. 1861‑26 w Frances A. 1868‑45, Cecil d 1949, a dau 1886‑99 end.

The John Davis & w Susannah farm sold to Elijah Minor family after their death

It was located about 1 mile North of this cem. which is N. of Texas City Sal Co.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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SURNAME INDEX OF THIS BOOK 36 PAGES OF CEMETERY INSCRIPTIONS


Aaron, 4

Abbott 9

Abel, 4

Abney, 26

Allen, 2,4,5,6,13,26,28,30

Allyn, 2

Alvey, 5

Ande, 22

Anderson, 5,24,26

Armstrong, 2,4,7

Arnett, 23

Ashley, 28

Atkins, 21

Atkinson, 35

Aud, 24

Awalt, 3

Aydelott, Aydelotte,

        34,35

Back, 17

Bain, 13, 28

Baker, 12,14,20,22,30,35

Baldwin, 19

Banks, 28

Barger, 7

Barker, 28

Barlow, 15

Barnard, 30

Barnett, 34,35

Barnum, 8

Barton, 25

Basha, 36

Bauer, 22

Bates, 14

Beam, 7,20

Bean, 2,9,16

Beasley, 1,16,31

Beatty, 22

Behrick, 31

Bell, 9,25

Bellah, 4,5,7

Beeler, 15

Belt, 11

Bennett, 31

Bibb, 30

Birdwell, 1

Biggs, 15

Bishop, 13

Bivins, 13

Black, 4,18,33,34

Blackard, 1,2,3,4,5,     

          6,7,12

Blair, 1,7

Blakely, 14,18

Block, 8

Blazier, 16

Blue, 6

Boaz, 9

Bocock, 21

Bond, 20

 

Booten, 3,4,35,36

Bourland, 11,25,28

Boutwell, 5,11,19

Boyd, 16,32

Boyer, 13

Bowers, 2

Boswell, 7

Bowling, 28,29

Bozarth, 9

Bradford, 3

Brady, 19

Brazier, 16,19,21

Brandon, 20

Brice, 16

Brinkley, 14,29

Bright, 32

Brockett, 2,26

Brockschmitt, 4,6

Brokaw,15

Brooks, 14,17

Breckenridge, 29

Brown, 7,8,11,12,13,19

       20,25,29,32,35

Bruce, 1,6,7,8,9,12,13

       20,25

Brush, 31

Bryant, 2,4,7,16

Buckool, 6

Buell, 9

Bunker, 30

Bunton, 30

Burch, 9

Burdick, 3,23

Burkett, 1

Burns, 15

Butler, 28

Burtis, 29

Burroughs, 14,15,18,30

Buttrey, 13

Butte, 6

Bybee, 29

 

 

Caldwell, 1,4

Camp, 31

Campbell, 2,3,5

Carnett, 34

Carney, 24

Carr, 31

Carpenter, 32

Carroll, 3,5,

Carter, 4

Caah, 10

Castle, 21

Castleman, 18

Caasy, 14

Cheatham, 21

Chapman, 7,8,16,21

Choate, 26,27

 

 

Certain, 30

Clary, 30

Collins, 22,33

Combs, 20,24

Colbert, 14,35

Cook, 17

Coulter, 4

Coghill, 33

Cooper, 29

Couser, 7

Cowan, 13

Cowsert, 15,35

Cox, 6,7,11,12,19,20,21,25,32

Crawford, 1,8,21

Creat, 29

Creek, 13

Crabtree, 15

Crissup, 21

Crosley, 15

Crunk, 24,25,26

Curry, 14,17

Cushman, 29

Curtin, 27

Cutrell, 16

Clark, 15,26

Cloud, 29

Colnon, 22

Crogan, 22

Daimwood, 27

Davenport, 29

Davis, 1,2,3,4,8,9,10,11

       12,13,15,17,21,29

       30,31,32,34,36 Daymon, 33

DeLap, 36

DeMaris, 29

Dempsey, 18,30

Denham, 7

Dennison, 19,20

Derrington, 7

Desper, 16,22

Dial, 2

Dickey, 8,20

Dietz, 22

Dillard, 12,20,21,24,29

Dixon, 6,21

Dobbs, 14,15

Dobell, 28

Dodd, 10,23

Dodge, 9

Donaway, 27

Donnahoe, 29

Downen, 6,10,16,21,23,24,25,26

Downey, 13

Draper, 4

Drone, 8,22

Duckworth, 13

 

 

 

 

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Duff 18,26

Duke, 15

Duncan, 2

Durbin, 4

Durham, 4

Dutton, 18,32,33       

Duvall, 21

Dyer, 13

 

Earhart, 4

Eaton, 3,31

Eddings, 15

Edwards, 1,3,4,5,6,7,9

         12,13,16,17,28

Elliot, 14

Ellis, 15

Emmett, 27

Endicott, 5,7,9,31

Ervin, 34

Etherton, 28

Evans, 14

Eubanks, 1,4,5,7,20

 

Farless, 1

Farmer, 18

Faughan, 2

Feazel, 2,21

Felix, 19

Ferrell, 2

Fields, 18

Fillingim, 9,12

Finn, 14

Flahardy, 9,29

Flanders, 31

Flatt, 7

Flora, 18

Flota, 4

Fowler, 29

Forrester, 12,18

Foster, 10,12,21,22,26

Francis, 28

Freeman, 15

Frields, 17

Frizzell, 3,16

Frohock, 14,19,34

Fugate, 14

Funkhouser, 25,31,32

Fulton, 7

 

Gaffney, 14

Gahm, 8

Galloway, 1

Galt, Galta, 4,6

Gard, 12

Garland, 33

Garrett, 3,7,12,13,29

Garris, 31

Garrison, 28,36

Gass, 19

 

 

 

 

Gates, 18

Geers, 1

Gibbons, 35

Gibbs, 34,35

Gibson, 36

Givens, 25

Glass, 8,9

Glasscock, 16

Glover, 30

Goforth, 8,11,12,15,24

Goodin, 20

Goodman, 16

Goss, 28

Gossett, 29

Gott, 5,7,36

Gowan, 14

Grace, 17,33,34

Graham, 19,33,34

Grant, 4

Graves, 7,13

Green, 6,7,14,19,31

Greer, 14,24

Gregg, 4,5,6,7,

Griffith, 32

Griswold, 9

Groeninger, 2

Gross, 28

Groves, 17

Grubbs, 9

Grumley, 3,24,25

Gulley, 31

Gwaltney, 12,24,31

 

Hale, 20,23,33,36

Hall, 18,20,24,33,34

Hamilton, 31,32

Hammersley, 23

Hamp, 35

Hancock, 3,26

Haney, 30

Hanna, Hannah, 8

Hanson, 5

Hardin, 17,20

Hargett, 9

Hargrave, 4,34

Harper, 2,4,16

Harpool, 19

Harrell, 1,2

Harrelson, 11,17,18

Harrington, 23,24,25

Harris, 7,20,25,32

Hart, 17

Harvey, 6

Hatchell, 1

Hatfield, 3,15

Hausser, 31

Hawley, 14

Hays, 30

Head, 17,28

Heath, 21,32

Heatherly, 28

 

 

Hedger, 3,4,6,7,29,31

Hedges, 3

Helton, 30

Hemphill, 8,9,21

Henderson, 7,27,28

Hendrix, Hendrick,

       2,11,12,17,25,29

Henry, 21

Henson, 5,24,25

Hentgen, 2

Herald, 30

Herpel, 4

Hesterly, 3

Hewitt, 18

Hiatt, 18

Hicks, 25

Hill, 1,4,28

Hise, 9,11,13,21

Hish, 21

Hoff, 19

Hoge, 12

Holbrook, 19

Holderby, 1,8

Holleman, 4

Holland, 3,6,16,24,25,30

Hollister, 12

Hooven, 33

Hopper, 30

Houston, 15,30

Howard 12,35

Hubbs, 14

Hudgins, 2,7,29

Hughes, 14

Hughey, 28

Hull, 36

Hunt, 2

Humphrey, 6

Hutchinson, 33

 

 

Ingraham, 4

Irons, Irions, 4,5

Ishart, 35

 

 

Jackson, 8,20,21

Jamerson, 9

James, 8

Jann, 3

Jarrell, Jerrell, 33

Jennings, 14,30

Johnson, 3,8,13,32

Joiner, 17

Jones, 6,8,12,21,28,30,32,34,35

Justice, 35

 

 

Kanady, 8,15,18,19,20

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Karns, 28

Kaufman, 22,30

Keasler, 13,36

Kelly, 18

Kendrick, 7

Kenworthy, 24

Kimbro, 8,20,22,28,

Kimener, 1

King, 20,25,32

Kingston, 12,30

Kinsall, 1,3,4,5,

Kirk, 20

Kiser, 2,7,13

Kitchens, 30

Knight, 19

Knowles, 25

Koester, 22

Kohl, 3

Krieger, 5

Krekie, Krikie, 14,15,30

Kuder, 13

 

Lackey, 34

Lamb, 6,7,8,13

Lane, 15

Lanier, 17

Lawrence, 2,33

Leavell, 18

Leeds, 6

Leithliter, 18,28

Lemons, 21,25

Lewis, 5,6,9,28,29

Lindell, 31

Litsey, 2

Little, 30

Locklar, 34

Lodarback, 12

Logan, 8

Logsdon, 15

Long, 13

Lowe, 17

Luckett, 22

Luke, 13

 

Mackey, 13

Maloney, 13,20,31

Maloy, 15

Masta, 15

Martin, 18

Marx, 25

Matherly, 28

Mathias, Mathis, 25,31,5

Maxel, 28

Maxfield, 4

Mayhue, 11,12

Maynard, 17,19

Merritt, 16,24

Meyer, 4,5,18

 

 

 

112

 

 

 

Miller, 18,30,34

Mlles, 14,33,34

Milligan, 29,36

Millikan, Millikin,

       33,36

Mills, 3,10,22,24,25,26

Miner, Minor, 4,7,8,10

              12,36

Minter, 14

Minton, 4

Mitchell, 1,5,29,36

Mitsdarffer, 22

Modglin, 36

Monroe, 6,30,33

Morgan, 2

Moore, 1,2,3,11,12,14,16

       17,24,33,35

Morris, 17,19

Morrow, 21

Morten, 21,29

Mossman, 19

Motsinger, 4

Mounce, 31,32

Moye, 5,9,11,12,19

      21,22,24,25

Muensterman, 22

Muir, 16

Murrah, 17

McCabe, 1,15

McCain, 2

MoCaleb, 3,6

McClusky, 28

McCool, 9,27

McCollum, 17

McConnell, 14

McCord, 33

McCoy, 27

McDaniel, 2,4,8,14,31

McFadin, 31

McGehee, 18,19

McGhee, 2,16,25

McEvoy, 29

McGrew, 20

McGuire, 16

McIntosh, 12

McIntyre, 14

McKelligott, 28

McKinnies, 16

McKenzie, 13

McMurtrey, 2,28

McNutt, 17

McPherson, 33

McQuay, 9

McReynolds, 32

 

Naas, 22

Nadler, 6

Nalley, 9

Nash, 32

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nation, 7

Nave, 32

Nelson, 3

Neuman, 22

Noel, 16

Norton, 26

Null, 16

Nix, 1

 

Oldham, 6

O'Leary, 22

Oliver, 16

O'Nan, 30

O'Neil, 18,30

Osborn, 34

Overton, 12,31,32

Owen, 9,19

Oxford, 33

Oyer, 19

 

Pankey, 12

Parker, 19

Parks, 6,12,28

Pate, 17

Patrick, 21

Patton, 12,13,17,31,33

Payne, 15

Pearce 2,3,5,17

Peer, 21

Pelham, Pellam, 15,17

Perdue, 17

Perkins, 10,26

Pfister, 22

Pickerill, 21

Pickles, 24

Pierson, 18

Pigman, 18

Pilot, 7

Pittman, 20

Phillips, 36

Plumlee, 32

Porter, 34

Posey, 26

Potter, 14

Potts, 14

Powell, 28,36

Prather, 35,36

Price, 2,5,7

Prichard, 19,33

Pritchett, 4,5

Proctor, 17,28

Pruitt, 25

Pyle, 25

 

Quick, 10

Quigley, 2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rager, 9

Ramsey, 5,24,25,26,28

Randall, 1

Randolph, 1,30

Ransbottom, 22

Raymer, 34

Ready, 3

Reeb, 20

Reccord, 15

Reed, Reid, 8,16,18

Reeder, 23,25,31

Reisinger, 8

Reynolds, 21,28

Rice, 3,5

Richeson, 16

Ridley, 25

Rigsby, 15

Riley, 29,31

Ripperdan, or en, 6,13

Rister, 5,12,13,19,22,24,26             

Rittenberry, 30

Roark, 27

Robb, 6

Robinson, 4,13,23,30

Robertson, 15,33

Roby, 19

Rodgers, 2,3,16,21,22

         24,29,36

Roe, 22

Rogers, 8,34,35

Rollman, 8,9,12,21

Rose, 9

Rowland, 23

Runyan, 12

Russell, 1,5,33,34

 

Sadler, 7

Sanders, 3,16

Sarver, 2,4,5,21

Sasser, 21

Satterfield, 36

Sauls, 9,12,26

Scadden, 15

Scarborough, 34

Schmitt, 15,21

Seagraves, 20

Scroggins, 35

Seat, Seet, Seets, 35,36

Seely, 16

Self, 29

Shadowen, 26

Shain, 7

Shaw, 12

Sheldon, 34

Sherrell, 35

Shook, 5

Shorb, 31

Siddens, 14

Simmons, 24

 

 

 

 

113

 

Sinsabaugh, 35

Sisk, 1,29,30

Skelton, 2,3,4

Skiles, 17

Slaton, Slayton, 1,4,36

Smith, 1,3,4,8,10,15,16, 17,20,21,24,25,29,30,32

Smyth, 19

Sloan, 29

Slocumb, 6

Sparks, 33

Speer, 19

Spence, 16,18

Spivey, 11

Stacey, 15

Stallings, 7,24,28

Stanley, 4,17,21

Starkey, 2,6,7,24,25

Stayton, 31

Steele, 5

Stewart, 15

Stiles, 12,23

Strong, 18

Stubb, 16

Styan, 28

Stierwalt, 6

Sullivan, 15

Sutton, 12,26,29,34

Swader, 22,31,32

Swager, 9

Sweat, 30

Switzer, 3,6,24,25

Syers, 29

 

Tarlton, 35

Tarrant, Torrants, 2,7,

                  13,21

Tate, 28,29

Teegarden, 31

Thacker, 14

Thomas, 24

Thomm, 2

Tinsley, 33

Tison, 32

Thorne, 15,17

Trail, 13

Trafton, 23

Treadway 32

Trousdale, 8,20,22

Trout, 32

Trusty, 12,13

Tucker, 14,28,31,32

Turns, 29

 

Unthank, 31

Upchurch, 32

Uselton, 15

Utley, 3,4,13

 

 

 

 

 

 

Van, 15

Vaught, 14

Vessel, 32

Vickery, 17,20,25,30

Vineyard, Vinyard, 12,14,33,35

Vinson, 16

Votaw, 29

Wade, 8

Walker, 26

Wallace, 2,5

Walls, 2,6

Walters, 1,2,32

Walton, 32

Waring, 16

Waters, 34

Wathen, 20

Watson, 4,13,19,30

Webb, 28

Welch, 3

Wenzel, 22

West, 2,5,6,16

Weston, 24

Wettaw, 31

White, 4,26

Wicker, 7

Wiedemann, 34

Wilhite, 6

Wilkinson, 30,31,32

Williams, 1,2,3,5,6,12,13,14,17,20,21,24,25,32,33

Wilcox, 31

Willis, 3,7,15,18,20,21,26

Wills, 31

Wilson, 6,24,31,32,36

Wimbro, 19

Winters, 14

Wise, 31

Wolf, 15

Womack, 30

Wood, 3,6,14,18,

      19,21,30,36

Wooley, 30

Woolsey, 19

Wren, 15

Wright, 35

York, 3,19

Yost, 28

Young, 3,7,17

Younger, 20

 

Zilch, 22

Zimmer, 22

Zirkelbach, 28