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CLARK FAMILY CEMETERY
aka Clark-Crum Family or Jordan farms
Wabash County, IL

Datafile Input . : Mount Carmel Library / Shannon Swain In Mar-2000
Submitted to Genealogy Trails By Paul M. Kankula
Transcription .. : Bernard Walter While Working For Works Progress Administration In 1935+

Transcription Notes:
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A. = Age At Death
B. = Date Of Birth
D. = Date Of Death
H. = Husband
P. = Parents
W. = Wife


Note: To Help Combat The Devastating Effects Of The Great Depression, President Roosevelt Established The Works Progress Administration (WPA) On 8-Apr-1935. The WPA Funded "Small Useful Work Programs" That Were Designed For Needy Employable Workers. Bernard Walter Was The Work-Crew Leader Who Was Assigned To Document The Cemeteries In Wabash County.


Blood, Maria E.
B. 11-Feb-1872, D. 17-Sep-1873, P. H. & G. Blood

Clark, Agnes D.
D. 1-Apr-1876, A. 46y 3, 24d, H. H. Clark

Clark, Betsy Tuttle
B. 9-May-1800, P. Andrew Tuttle & Elizabeth

Clark, Elizabeth
D. 10-Mar-1880, A. 19y 9m 1d

Clark, Ellen
B. 27-July-1849, D. 1-Dec-1908, A. 59y 4m 4d

Clark, Hezekieh
D. 15-Mar-1867, A. 31y 5m 11d, Consort Of A.D. Clark

Crum, Aggie Ellen
P. W.A. & M.A. Crum, Twin Aggie Lou Crum

Crum, Aggie Lou
P. W.A. & M.A. Crum, Twin Aggie Ellen Crum

Crum, Hattie
D. 13-Oct-1883, A. 11m 25d, P. W.A. & M.E. Crum

Crum, Mary E.
B. 1846, D. 1887

Crum, William A.
B. 1842, D. 1916

Prout, Lettie
D. 29-May-1888, A. 1y 7m 25d, P. A. & E. Prout

Runyon, Malenda A.
B. 8-July-1853, D. Jan-1876, H. H.B. Runyon

Tuttle, Andrew
B. 18-Mar-1759, D. 30-Sep-1841



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