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Old City Cemetery
Section 10
McLean County, Illinois
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Transcribed by: M. J. Palma

HOST NOTE: While this cemetery is listed as "Old City Cemetery, Bloomington, Illinois", I believe this is now part of Evergreen Memorial Cemetery as "Evergreen Memorial Cemetery was originally two separate cemeteries - the Bloomington Cemetery, founded in 1850 by the Bloomington Cemetery Association, and Evergreen Cemetery, founded in 1860. Although the cemeteries were adjacent, they were funded through separate means and were united only thirty years ago." (Source: findagrave.com)

Please note that the transcription of this cemetery may be incomplete.


Transcription Source: "Central Illinois Gravestone Inscriptions"; Compiled and Printed by Milo Custer 1926
Abbreviations: wf - wife; d - died; a - aged; y - years; m - months; ds - days




ALLEN;  C. T. Allen, d 12-18, 1855, a. 28 y. 

ALLIN;  Hon. Janes Allin, b.1-13. 1788, d. 5-5, 1869.

	Catharine Livingston, Wf. Of James Allin, b. 8-23, 1801, d. 3-2, 1872. [Duis, 212, and O. F. R. 2&3.]

ANDERSON;  Dr. John Anderson, d. 2-27, 1842, a. 41 y. 5 m. 26 ds. [Ftr. Of  Mrs. J. H. Cheney.]

	James Anderson, d.  12-5, 1861, a. 65 y. 2 m. 5 d.

BAY;  David Bay, d. 6-4, 1843, a. 31 y. 8 m. 5 ds.

	Henry B. Bay, d. 3-10, 1860, a. 40 y. 9 m. 28 ds.

	Sarah Routt, wf. of  J. S. Bay, d. 3-17, 1844, a. 26 y.

	Albina, [2nd] wf. of J. S. Bay, d-3-6, 1882, a. 54 y. 1 m.10 ds. [Biog. Alb. McLean Co. Ill. 1887, 233, mis-no. 133.]

	Susannah, wf. of William Bay, d. 8-9, 1863, a. 80 y. 3 m. 16 ds.

	Lydia, [Bay] wf. of Adam Roach, d. 4-15, 1844, a. 33 y. 5 m.

BARKER;  G. W. Barker, d. [of cholera ] 8-6, 1856, a 29 y. 10 m. 25 ds.

BEATTY;  Joanna, wf. of John Betty, d. 9-18, 1852, a. 57 y. 7 m. 13 ds.

BILLINGS;   John W. Billings, 1810-1892. Rebecca Billings, [his wf.] 1845-1918.  [Duis, 364.]

BISHOP;   Mary [Coffey] wf. of Harvey Bishop, d. 11-26, 1856, a. 34 y.

BLANCHARD;   John, son of Geo. Blanchard, d. 3-2, 1871, a. 39 y.

BONESTEEL;   Peter W. Bonesteel, d. 12-1, 1839, a. 22 y.

BONIFIELD;   Barbara, wf. of Alva Bonifield, d. [5?]-22, 1856.

BOYD;   Flora, wf. of John Boyd, d. 6-4, 1856, a. 70 y. 11 m. 20 ds.

BREWER;   “In Memory of William Brewer who died in Bloomington, Ill. April 14, 1843, in the 36th [?] year of his age.” “He was a native of Ohio.”

BRIGHTMAN;   Sarah, wf. of John Brightman, d. 3-19, 1851 a. 58 y.

BROOKS;   Margaret Ann, wf. of Harrison Brooks, d. 3-19, 1846, a. 26 y. 9 m. 18 ds.

BROWN;   Mary, wf. of J. H. Brown, d. 8-1, 1851, a. 36 y. 11 m. 4 ds.

BULLOCK;   Chauncey Hector Bullock, d. 8-21, 1848, in the 20th yr. of his a.

BURGESS;   Jefferson Burgess, d. 9-27, 1862, a. 27 y. 1 m. 9 ds.

BUTLER;   Lydia, wf. of C. D. Butler, d. 11-26, 1852, a. 22 y. 7 m. 19 ds.

CAMPBELL;  Oscar J. Campbell, d. 2-25, 1855, a. 30 y. 3 m. 27 ds. [ O. F. R. No. 4.]

CANADY;   Sophia, wf. of John J. Canaday, d. 9-19, 1852, a. 40 y. 9 m. 8 ds.

CANTRELL;   Martha E., dan. of  J. & E. Woodson, wf. of I. J. Cantrell, d. 9-23, 1860, a. 23 y. 3 m. 2 ds.

CARLTON;   James B. Carlton, d. 11-5, 1852, a. 44 y.

CASE;  Rachel, [Hendryx] wf. of Thaddeus Case, d. 7-25, 1852, a. 37 y. 11 m. 8 ds. [O. F. R. No. 4 ]

CASTOR;   Dr. L. A. Castor, d. 8-11, 1855, a. 30 y.

CHAPIN;  Phineas L. Chapin, d. 9-22, 1843, a. 25 y.

CLARK;  John Clark, d. 8-15, 1855, a. 45 y. 3 m. 12 ds.

COFFEY;   Mary B. Coffey, d. 4-10, 1853, a. 70 y. 5 m. 3 ds.

	Nancy [Cox; 1st]  wf. of Bailey H. Coffey d. 2-28, 1850, a. 36 y. 10 m. 12 ds. [O. F. R. No. 2&3]

COFFMAN;  John Coffman, Born 7-8, 1809, [Died 11-20, 1873,] a. 64 y. 4 m. 12 ds.

COOL;   “Sacred to the memory of Peter Cool, Born in Alligany Co. Pa. March 12, 1785, Departed this life 	March 25, 1858”

 	“Sophia, Wife of Peter Cool, Departed this life Nov. 13, 1854, Aged 65 years, 5 m’s. 16	d’s.”  [ Maternal great-grandparents of Mrs. Grace (Hastings) Higgins, Bloomington, Ill.]

CORR;   Mary, wf. of  T. J. Corr, d. 4-26, 1850, a. 23 y. 2m. 8 ds.

COVEL;   Ortogrui Covel, d. 4-26, 1846, a. 37 y [O. F. R. No. 5.

COX;   Benjamin Cox, d. 6-1, 1848, a. 30 y. 18 ds. [O. F. R. 2&3.]

CRAWFORD;   James T. Crawford, d. 5-, 1875, a. 32 y. 3 m. 24 ds.

	Sarah J., wf. of  Daniel Crawford, d. 6-12, 1855, a. 27 y. 27 ds.

CURTIS;   Mary, wf. of Eber Curtis, d. 3-21, 1849, a 45 y. 1 m. 21 ds.

DANCE;   Joseph Dance, d. 9-24, 1867, a. 56 y. 7 m. 6  ds.

DAVIDSON;   James Davidson, d. 10-1, 1853, a. 53 y. 5 m. 18 ds.

DEPEW; “ In Memory of Mary Depew, Died July 29, 1839, Aged 60 Years.”

	Angeline, [Milroy] wf. of E.[lijah] Depew, [Jr.} d. 11-16, 1851, a. 40 y. 13 ds.

	Benjamin Depew, d. 8-1, 1846, a. 47 y.

	Margaret, wf. of Benjamin Depew, d. 12-16, 1863, a. 64 y.

	Edward M. Depew, d. 4-9, 1844, a. 20 y.

	Elizabeth,  [Peck] wf of E. [lijah] Depew, [Sr.] d. 1-21, 1845, a. 70 y.

	Mary Ann, wf. of H. Depew, d. 11-25, 1853, a. 27 y. 3 m. 14 ds.  [O. F. R. No. 5.]

DOTY;   Elizabeth, wf. of Henry A. Doty, d. 8-5, 1855, a. 55 y.

DOUBLEDAY;  “Ulysses F. Doubleday, Member of the Congress of 1831 &  1833. Born Dec. 15, 1792,  Died March 10, 1866.”

	“Hester Donnelly, Wife of Ulysses F. Doubleday, Born Aug. 30, 1788, Died Nov. 14, 1859.”

DUNN;   Thomas Dunn, d. 4-16, 1862, a. 70 y.

DURLEY; “In Memory of William Durley, Died Aug. 29, 1835, Aged 33 Years.” [John Durley, brother of this 	man, who died Dec. 15, 1832 , is probably also buried here. See O. F. R. No. 5]

EVANS;   William Evans, [Sr.] d. 11-7, 1868, a 93 y. 2 m. 6 ds.

Effy,  [ Winebriner; 1st,] wf. of William Evans, [Sr.] d. 2-13, 1839, a. 55 y. [O. F. R. No. 2&3, and Duis, 186.]

EWING;   “John Wallis Ewing, Feb. 14,  1808,  Nov. 14, 1855.” “Maria McClelland Stevenson, His Wife, Nov. 4, 1802, Mar. 18, 1883.” [O. F. R. No. 8.]

FELL;   “Jesse Fell. Departed this life, Nov. 8, 1854, Aged 78 Y’s. 1 Mo. & 3 D’s.”

	“Rebecca Fell, departed this life, Oct 29, 1846, Aged 65 Y’s. 1 Mo. & 14 ds.

	[Parents of Jesse W. Fell.]    

FLAGG;   “ William F. Flagg,  Born in Boylston, Mass. April 2, 1808, Died in Bloomington, Ill. April 16, 1881.” 

	“ In Memory of Sarah Walker, Wife of Wm. F. Flagg, Born in Natick, Mass, March 19, 1811, Died Dec 22, 1858.”

	Eugene E. Flagg, d. 3-11, 1874, a. 32 y. [Duis, P. 336.]	  

FLING;   Richard Fling, [ 1812.]  d. 9-28, 1855, a. 7 y.

	Charles E. Fling, d. 12-9, 1847, a. 20 y. 8 m.    

FORDICE;  “Stanton Fordice, [1812.]  Born April 9, 1777, d. July 10, 1840.” [ O. F. R. No. 4. ]

	Elizabeth, wf. of Daniel Fordice, d. 3-31, 1852,  a. 40 y. 7 m. 21 ds.

FOSTER;  “John Foster. Died Mar. 31, 1855, in the 60th Year of his age.”

	Martha L., wf. of Joseph G. Foster. D. 7-20, 1855, a. 19 y. 8 m. 21 ds.

GATES;   Timothy M. Gates. [ 1812.] d. 4-20, 1844, a. 66 y. 8 m. 19 ds.

	Margaret, wf. of  T. M. Gates. d. 11-30, 1838, a. 56 y. 6 m. 15 ds.

GASSAWAY;   Eliza, wf. of Daniel Gassaway, d. 7-8, 1852, a. 35 y. 3 m. 6 ds.

GESS;  Capt. Wm. Gess. d. 1-21, 1865, a. 65 y. 8 m. 9 ds.

GIBBS;  Elias Gibbs, d. 4-6, 1850, a. 42 y. 6 m. 16 ds.

GIVENS;   Robert A. Givens, d. 8-2, 1851, a. 51 y

GLIMPSE;  Frances M., wf. of Joseph Glimps. d. 2-8, 1852, a. 21 y. 1 m. 23 ds.

GOODHEART;   William R. Goodheart. d. 4-3, 1842, a. 51 y. “A Soldier under Napoleon Bonaparte.” [Also 1812.]

“Sarah Ann, Wife of Wm. R. Goodheart. May 30, 1791-July 5, 1871.” [Duis, 182.]

GORDON;  “Hester Gordon, Born Sept, 29, 1777, Died March 7, 1871.”

GORY;  “Jael H., wf. of William Gory, d. 4-11, 1856, a. 26 y. 1 m. 2 ds.

GREENMAN;  John Greenman, [3rd] d. 6-26, 1872, a. 52 y. [See Next Page; also Duis, Pp. 538, 746; Hist. McLean Co. Ill. 1878, P. 882, and O. F. R. Nos. 4 and 7.]

GREENMAN; (Continued.) Lydia E. Greenman. d. 6-22, 1827, a. 27. y.

	Mary D. Greenman. d. 5-10, 1842, a. 21 y.

	Ruth [-White-] Greenman- [-Baker.] d. 11-21, 1848, a. 55 y.

GUTHRIE;  Catherine, wf. of Robert Guthrie. d. 8-8, 1855, a. 59 y.

	Katie E. Guthrie. d. 5-22, 1858, a. 25 y.

HAGGARD;  Charity Haggard, d. 3[?]-3, 1849, a. 58 y. 7 m. 10 ds.

HAINS;  Benjamin Hains. [1812] d. 2-28, 1849, a. 71 y. 6 m. 16 ds.

	Rebecca, wf. of B.[enjamin] Hains. D 3-10, 1849, a. 67 y. 1 m.

HALEY;  Elvra, wf. of Sidney Haley. d. 11-4, 1854, a. 32 y. 9 m.

HARDY;  “Our Father, Luke Hardy,”  . . . .[Partly illegible. He d. abt. Dec. 1843.]

	Sophronia Hardy. d. 11-26, 1884, a. 86 y.

HARLAN;  Joshua H. Harlan. d. 3-12, 1860, a. 47 y. 5 ds.

	Eleanor, wf. of J. H. Harlan. d. 11-19, a. 39 y. 1 m. 21 ds.

HARTLEY;  “William Hartley. Feb. 15, 1815, - Dec. 11, 1883.” 

“Alley, [Hendryx-Brewer,] his Wife. Mar. 12, 1812, - Apr. 20, 1897.”

HARTRY;  Mary A., wf. of Thomas B. Hartry. d. 6-8, 1851, a. . . . . [Illegible.]

HAYES;  Jerusha C. [Coudery] wf. of Samuel J. ayes. d.9-15, 1838, a. 27 y.

	Samuel J. Hayes. d. 2-18, 1841, a. 36 y. 4 m.

	Mrs. Ruth Jayes. d. 8-16, 1866, a. 89 y.

	“Adeline Hayes. July, 1808, - Feb. 1901.”

HOGG;  ‘‘Harvey Hogg. Lieut.-Col . 2nd Ill. Cavalry. Born in Smith Co. Tenn. 1833, Killed in battle near Hatchie River, Tenn. Aug. 29, 1862.”

	“Prudie Allcorn, Wife of Lt.-Col. Harvey Hogg. Born in Clarksville, Tenn, 1834, Died May 27, 1862.”

HOLCOMB;  “Birdsey Holcomb. Born Jan. 31, 1807, Died Nov. 24, 1886.”

	Tirza H., wf. of Birdsey Holcomb. d. 8-11, 1883, a. 79 y. 9 m. 16 ds.

	Riley Holcomb. d. 8-10, 1864, a. 79 y.

	Esther, wf. of Riley Holcomb. d. 1-11, 1841, a. 56 y.

	Polly, wf. of Riley Holcomb. d. 7-17, 1855, a. 78 y.

HOTCHKISS;  Laura, wf. of Thomas Hotchkiss, d. 9-10, 1840, a. 50 y. 6 m.

INGERSOLL;  Angeline, wf. of J. W. Ingersoll, d. 2-18, 1852, a. 24 y.

JACKSON;  Sallie, wf. of James E. Jackson. d. 5-28, 1854, a. 62 y.

KEENAN;  Rebinah, wf. of Alexander Keenan. D. 5-21, 1867, a. 28 y.

KENNEDY;  “Capt. James Kennedy. Born Nov. 3rd, 1803, Died Dec. 22nd, 1893, Aged 90 years.”

KING;  Henry B. King, d. 10-6, 1865, a. 75 y. 11 m. 24 ds.

LAMON;  “Angeline Turner, Wife of Ward H. Lamon. Born in Berkeley Co. Va. May 14, 1824, Died April 12, 1859.”

LEACH;  Robert Leach. d. 12-24, 1864, a. 59 y. 11 m. 17 ds.

	A. B. Leach. D. 10-19, 1863, a. 29 y. 7 m 19 ds.

LAWSON;  Thomas Lawson. d. 1-31, 1856, a. 49 y. 6 m. 19 ds.

LAWTON;  Giles Lawton. d. 1-31, 1854, a. 47 y. 6 m. 12 ds.

LIVINGSTON;  Sarah, [Goodheart] wf. of D.[urham] J. Livingston.  [dau of Wm. R. Goodheart.] d. 12-26, 1848, a. 23 y. 1 m. 7 ds.

LUCAS;  Richmond Lucas. d. 10-7, 1860, a. 45 y. 7 m. 2 ds.

	Mary A., wf. of Richmond Lucas. d. 5-23, 1850, a. 51 y. 5 m.

	Maria, [2nd] wf. of Richmond Lucas, d. 6-11, 1856, a. 41 y. 1 m. 25 ds.

MACKABOY;  Mary, wf. of John Mackaboy. d. 5-23, 1850, a. 51 y. 5 m.

MADISON;  Mary, wf. of Thomas Madison. d. 12-5, 1862, a. 40 y.

MAGEE;  Rev. Thomas Magee. d. 3-23, 1854, a. 32 y. 6 m. 2 ds.

MASON;  George Mason. d. 7-27, 1863, a. 79 y. 9 ds.

	Elizabeth, wf of George Mason. d. 4-29, 1861, a. 76 y. 5 m. 5 ds.

McINTIRE;  James K., son of W. S. & N. McIntire. d 12-26, 1855, a. 21 y.

	Martha L., wf. of James H. McIntire. d. 6-26, 1859, a. 22 y. 6 m. 19 ds.

	Rachael McIntire. d. 2-11, 1861, a. 74 a. 1 m. 12 ds.

McCONNELL;  Andrew McConnell. [1812.] d-5-28, 1854, a. 62 y.

McCLUN;  Elizabeth, wf. of Thomas McClun. d. 7-1, 1842, a. 67 y. 1 m. 13 ds.

MILLER;  Sanford C. Miller. d. 12-12, 1863, a. 41 y. 1 m. 24 ds.

	Melissa A., wf. of Stanford C. Miller. d. 4-10, 1857, a. 21 y. 11 m.

MILLWARD;  John Millward. d. 6-19, 1880, a. 69 y.

	Christina, wf. of John Millward. D. 5-11, 1874, a. 55 y.

MINTER;  Gabriel Minter. d. 2-22, 1849,  a. 71 y. 3 m. 15 ds.

	Nancy W., dau. of G. & N. Minter, Wf. of  D. D. Haggard. d. 1--2, “54, a. 32 y. 19 ds. 

MOORE;  Penina, wf. of V. J. Moore. d. 8-21, 1856, a. 29 y. 2 m. 9 ds.

MORGAN;  Sarah Morgan. d. 12-31, 1853, a. 78 y.

MOTT;  William Mott. d. 7-11, 61, a. 1852 y. 2 m. 10 ds.	

MOTTER;  Jacob Motter.  d. 5-2, 1856, a. 51 y. 1 m. 23 ds.

MURRAY;  Jonathan Murray. d. 6—4, 1853, a. 62 y.

NELSON; “Marcus A. Nelson, Born in Orange Co. N. Y. Oct 9, 1800, Died June 23, 1878.”

NICCOLLS;  Capt James Niccolls. d. 12--16, 1862, a. 46 y. 3 m. 16 ds.

NICHOLS;  Elizabeth J. wf. of Nehemiah Nichols. d. 8-3, 1850, a. 23 y. 4 m. 11 ds.

NICHOLSON; “Abby C. Wife of S. B. Nicholson of Maysville, Ky.” d. 5-13, 1858, a. 52 y. 4 m. 20 ds.

OSBORN;  [Harmon Osborn, d. 8-26, 1854, a. 41 y is buried in in this cemetery. See O. F. R. No 4.]

OWEN;  Mary, wf. of J. C. Owen, d. 2-8, 1856, a 32 y.

PACKARD;  Marion, wf. of  M.W. Packard. d.  5-7, 1848. a. 23 y.

PAINTER;  Martha Woodson, wf. of  William Painter. d. 1-5, 1850, a. 20 y.

PEABODY; “Warren P. Peabody. Born in Bradford, Mass. Sep. 25, 1832. died in Bloomington, Ill. May 16, 1855.”

PEARSON;  Jesse Pearson. d. 6-25, 1855 , a. 58 y. 1 m.

PIKE;  Meshach Pike. d. 2-12, 1873, a. 65 y. 1 m. 5 ds.

	Ethalinda, wf. of Meshach Pike, d. 7-10, 1858, a. 39 y.

POINDEXTER; “Elizabeth, wf. of Arnett Poindexter, May 10, 1799, - Mar. 29, 1874.”

POSTON;  Elder Edwin Poston. d. 4-4, 1858, a. 44 y. 7 m. 8 ds.

PROVO;  Francis M. Provo. d. 6-6, 1858, a. 44 y. 7 m. 8 ds.

	“Emeline M. Loving, nee Provo. Dec. 21, 1815, Apr. 24. 1885.”

PURVIANCE;  John S. Purviance. d. 6-0, 1855, a. 48 y.

PUTNEY;  Lucretia A. Putney. d. 10-9, a. 1848, 22 y. 7 m.

RAGLAND;  “In Memory of Sarah Case, Wife on Richard Ragland. Born Aug. 10, 1780, Died Jan. 15, 1860.”

REEVES;  Barnes C. Reeves. d. 8-8, 1854, a. 49 y. 9 m. 11 ds.

	Deborah, wf. of J. B, Reeves. d. 10-3, 1853, a. 24 y. 5 m. 17 ds.

	“William Reeves. Born May 10, 1797, Died July 13, 1876,”

	Mary, wf. of Wm. Reeves. d 2-28, 1860, a. 58 y. 5 m. 10 ds.

RICHARDSON;  Henry Richardson. d. 12-17, 1872, a. 65 y. 4 m.

	Lucy, wf. of Henry Richardson. d. 3-29, 1860 a. …….

RITTER;  Elizabeth, wf. of J. R. Ritter. d. 12-23, 1853, a. 31 y.

ROBERTS;  Asa Roberts. d. 12-8, 1853, a. 26 y.

ROBINSON;  Elizabeth, wf. of H. M. Robinson. d. 11-9, 1855, a. 24 y. 4 m. 28 ds.

ROUSE;  [Col. John John Rouse & Wf. Parents of Mrs. Jas. P. Hodge are buried in this cemetery. No gravestones.]

SAMPSON;  Lucian Sampson. d. [of cholera] 7-17, 1849, a. 25 y. 9 m. 12 ds.

SCUDDER; William H. Scudder. d. 8-9, 1855, a. 31 y. 7 m. 1 dy.

SEIBERT;  Caroline, wf. of Henry Seibert. d. 8-30, 1860, a. 21 y. 4 m. 21 ds.

SHOUGH;  Mary A., wf. of Joseph Shough. d. 3-23, 1864, a. 42 y. 7 m. 21 ds.

SMITH;  Lewis F. Smith. d. 4-9, 1870, a. 79 y.

SOULE;  “Philander Soule, Born Dec 12, 1785, Died Apr. 9, 1857.”

	“Hadassah Soule, Wife of  P. Soule.” d. 1--25, 1857, a. 66 y. 8 m. 2 ds.

STEELE;  John Steele, d. 4-3, 1867, a. 57 y 11 m.

	Eleanor, wf. of John Steele. d. 5-12, 1846, a. 36 y. 9 m. 14 ds. 

	“William Steele. Born Feb 19, 1777, Died Aug. 19, 1859, Aged 82 Y’rs & 6 M’s.”

STEPHENSON;  “Mary, wf. of E. P. Stephenson. d. 8-1, 1855, a. 28 y. 1 m. 9 ds.

STEVENSON;  “John Turner Stevenson. [Father of Vice-President Adlai E. Stevenson.] Feb. 20, 1808, - May 4, 1857.”

	“Eliza Ewing Stevenson. [Mother of Vice-President Adlai E. Stevenson.] His Wife. Oct.28, 1809,- Mar. 6, 1899.”

STIPP;  ‘Dr. G. W. Stipp, Born in Winchester, Va. 1799, Died Aug. 22, 1879.”

	“Frances Jane Reid. [First] Wife of  Dr. G. W. Stipp. Died Jan. 9th,  1855, Aged 54 Years.”

	“Milton, Son of G. W. & F. J. Stipp, Aged 18 Years.”

STRAIN;  Mary, wf. of Isaac Strain. d. 6-3, 1862, a. 53 y. 1 m. 9 ds.

SUMNER;  Rachel, wf. of Caleb Sumner. d. 8-8, 1860, a. 62 y. 8 ds.

THOMPSON;  Margaret, [Miller.] wf. of D.[avid.] E. Thompson. d. 7-7, 1862, a. 23 y. 5 m. [Dau. of Jas. T. Miller, & maternal great-aunt of the author.]

THRASHER;  John Thrasher. d. 6-17, 1856. a. 77 y.

	Roxania, wf. of John Thrasher. d. 7-20, “50, a. 59 y.

TOLIVER;  Nancy, dua.  of J.[ames] & E.[lizabeth] Toliver. d. 6-3, 1852, a. 17 y. 27 ds.

TOMPKINS;  James Tompkins. B. 4-29, 1799, D. 4-24, 1855.

	Mary Tompkins, D. 3-25, 1868, a. 68 y. 11 m. 2 d.

VEATCH;  Ellen, wf. of Wm. C. Veatch. d. 10-21, 1855, a, 21 y.

WARD;  Jabez Ward. d. 2-19, 1856, a. 77 y.

	Mary, wf. of Jabez Ward. d, 10-14, 1855, a. 76 y.

WATSON;  Catherine W., wf. Rev. G. L. Watson. d. 4-5, 1837, a. 21 y.

WEBSTER;  William W., son of J. & A. Webster. d. 9-9, 1856, a. 30 y. 3 m. 4 ds.

WHEATON;  Mrs. Desian [Rood-Rouse] Wheaton. B. 8-15, 1770, D. 5-7, 1857. [Mother of Col. John Rouse;  Grandmother of Mrs. Jas. P. Hodge. Buried on the Rouse lot.]

WHITE;  David C. White. D. 5-16, 1900. a. 91 y. 5 m.

	“His Wife, Lavina White,” D. 3-1, 1900, a. 81 y. 2 m. “Born in Amelia, Clermont County, Ohio.”

WILKINSON;  “In Memory of Spotswood Wilkinson. Born New Kent county, Va. Jan. 31, 1795, Died Apr.23,1854, Aged 59 Y’rs. 2 M’s & 22 D’s.”

WILLIAMS;  Ann, [Fling] wf. of Thomas Williams. d. 12-4, 1836, a. 26 y. 8 m. [Dau. of Richard Fling, 1812.]

WILLSON;  Sarah, wf. of J. E. Willson. d. 10-2, 1857, a. 21 y. 9 m. 22 y.

WILSON;  Martha E., wf. of S. B. Wilson. d. 2-24, 1857, a. 34 y. 1 m. 27 ds.

WOODARD;  Jacob Woodard. [1812.] d. 12-14, 1872, a. 80 y. 9 m. 29 ds.

	Elizabeth Woodard. d. 8-21, 1864, a. 59 y. 9 m. 21 ds.

WOODWARD;   Jacob Woodward. d. 8-13, 1854, a. 32 y. 9 ds.

WORRELL;  Dr. T. F. Worrell. B. 3-14, 1821, D. 9-12, 1887.

	C. A. Ewing, wf. of Dr. T. F. Worrell. b. 6-20, 1820, d. 12-1, 1900.




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