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Timer Township, N.W. part of Sec. 21, 3rd Prin. Meridian, 1 mile West of Glasford, IL
This cemetery would be classed as
despoiled; it's basically untended.
|At the embankment there is about a
40ft drop down to a running creek
The most imminent danger will be erosion. There is only about 5ft remaining between Nebat and Margaret Hinkle's grave to the embankment.
|Judy C. Wickert (Jan.
Mrs. Ella Hinkle, died-December 07, 1899,
Levi Eads, buried June 26, 1903 (full story Peoria Journal Star July 03, 1903)
Joseph Ellsworth Hinkle, died-February 28, 1902
Mrs. Joseph E. Hinkle, died-September 27, 1901
Levi Hinkle, died October 06, 1899,
Mrs. Mary Hinkle, died December 04, 1903.
I know my great-great grandparents are buried there.
William S. Kidd and Frances Kidd, however I can not find records to verify them.
Nebat- Born - Oct. 25, 1823 Died- Feb. 21, 1904
Multiple Names on Stone- No Dates
SHREFFLER, William- Born- Feb. 1, 1802 Died- Oct.
Children of of T. & J.
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