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Isbell Cemetery

Transcribed by Linda Brandau from document published in Fayette County Genealogy Quarterly
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Location: SW ¼ Section 31, South Hurricane Twp., almost on Montgomery County line. One must leave the road and walk about ¼ mile through a pasture. Cemetery is partially fenced but almost completely overgrown with briers.

Copied Oct. 1973 by G. Harris, A. McCord, E. Boley, I. Burrus & R. Long and compared with earlier compilations of Mrs. Hoffman and Mr. Walter Sanders. A number of stones have completely disappeared.

Pascahl d. Apr. 9, 1879, aged 72ys, 3ms, 24ds
Jason, son, son P. & C. d. Jan. 13, 1865, age 18ys

Henry, son of B. & M. d. Jun 13, 1860, aged 17ds
Annie, dau A. & M. d. Jan. 8, 1881 aged 9ys, 11ms, 25ds

Andrew, b Sept. 27, 1833; d. Nov. 14, 1906
Wilhelmina, his wife. b.  June 24, 1838 - d. Aug 11, 1921

Geo. d. Jan. 5, 1865, aged 26ys, 11ms, 18ds
Wesley, son of Geo. & Clarey, d. Sept. 10, 1860, aged 11ms, 22ds
William, son L. & M. d. Sept. 20, 1879, aged 1yr, 1d

Ransom d. Sept. 24, 1841, aged 41ys

Fred - no dates

Cythia, wife of D. d. Mar. 25, 1876, aged 51ys, 4ms
Harriet, wife of W.R. d. Feb. 17, 1882
Belzora, dau d. Dec.2, 1879, aged 12ys 5ms 4ds
Ezra, son W.R. d. March, 1882, aged 10ms
W.R. b. Feb. 12, 1840-d. May 8, 1905
Roxey A. Dau R. & H. d. May 11, 1870, aged 4ys, 2ms, 21ds

Alexander d. Mar. 1, 1871, aged 45ys

William, June 15, 1814-Apr. 15, 1881
Malinda, wife d. Apr. 25, 1893, aged 76ys

Alexander d. Jan.25, 1852, aged 44ys, 9ms, 9ds
Mary, wife Alexander, d. May 8, 1837, aged 28ys, 6ms, 21ds
William E. son Alexander & Mary d. Aug. 10, 1836, aged 6ms

G. N. d. Sept. 7, 1872, aged 10ms, 11ds
Infant dau C. & L. d. Sept. 25, 1876
Lewellyn E. son H. & F. b. May 26, 1921
Emma L. day (dau) G. & L. d. Dec. 11, 1878, aged 10ds
Anna Louise, b. 15th of Aug. 1874, d. 2 Feb. 1881, aged 6ys, 5ms, 17ds

Henry F. son H. M. & Marie Gest 16 Aug. 1872, atter aged 26ds

William N. d. Mar. 12, 1882, aged 17ys, 1m
Clara, wife of Willis Dodson, d. July 4, 1870, aged 29ys, 10ms, 14ds

Millie C. D. dau M. & E. d. Mar. 15, 1881, aged 4ys, 4ms, 25ds
Infant twin d. Oct. 1882

Henry J. 1838-1929
Amelia, his wife, 1849-1925
Henry W. Nov. 22, 1883-Feb. 21, 1920
Matilda A., his wife Nov. 27, 1882-Feb. 25, 1920
Walter R. Aug. 28, 1893-June 16, 1899
Carl A. Aug. 23, 1874-Feb. 18, 1881
August L. Nov. 3, 1871-Mar.18, 1831

John Joseph Mar. 17, 1885-Aug. 23, 1925

Benjamin Todd, A Revolutionary Soldier, his son Thomas Jefferson Todd, and two of T. J.'s sons are reputed to be buried in the Isbell Cemetery, but no stones can be found. They lived over the line in Montgomery County

Following copied from Mr. Sanders list. Stones can no longer be found

Nancy, wife (of) Samuel, d. July 20, 1868, aged 21ys, 4ms, 28ds
Nancy, dau N. & S. d. Aug. 6, 1868 aged 1m

James Charles d. Apr. 9, 1879, aged 72ys, 2ms, 24ds

Jane, wife of H. d. Aug. 18, 1847, aged 22ys, 5ms, 4ds

Clara, wife of Paschal d. Oct. 28, 1885, aged ?

Benjamin d. Dec. 15, 1936, aged 89ys, 11ds (Civil War. Co. I. 58th Ill. Inf.)

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