GARD's POINT CEMETERY
aka Nye Chapel Methodist Cemetery, Nisbet Chapel & United Brethren Church
Wabash County, IL
Transcription .. : Works Progress Administration In 1935+
Datafile Input . : Mount Carmel Library / Shannon Swain In Oct-1999
History Write-Up : Sheldon Sharp/Daily Republication Register In Mar-1973
Submitted to Genealogy Trails By Paul M. Kankula
A. = Age At Death
B. = Date Of Birth
D. = Date Of Death
H. = Husband
P. = Parents
W. = Wife
Gard's Point Cemetery in Wabash County, Illinois is located some eight miles northwest of Mt. Carmel, along the former Maysville Road. It is about three miles southwest of Friendsville, and about three fourths of a mile north of the Cabbage Corner Crossroad. The latter is also the northwest corner of Sherrill's (now Goodson's) Orchard and is the site of the former Nisbet Chapel Methodist Church which was removed during the year 1972. This cemetery is adjacent to Nye Chapel (formerly United Brethren), United Methodist Church.
The name, Gard's Point, was evidently assigned to the vicinity because Seth Gard, one of the pioneer settlers of the area, was granted a tract of 74 acres (just across the road south of the cemetery) by the United States Government May 14, 1814 and described as the Southeast half of the Southeast quarter of Section 28, Township 1 North, Range 13 West, less six acres off the Southeast quarter. Everett Wheatley has checked the records and reports that Seth Gard owned the quarter section where the cemetery is. There were some graves there before the deed by Mr. Wilkinson which is referred to later.
It is understood that Seth Gard has been involved in the establishment and government of the town of Palmyra, the seat of government of an extensive area subsequently comprising chiefly Edwards County, before Illinois became a state. It is further understood that clay from the farm was used to make bricks and build a large house. Also a large frame barn was built on the farm.
In 1845 the property was transferred to Resin Gard, who had no children. From his estate it was sold on the 13th of December, 1862 to John M. Risley and wife, Malinda for $275. About a year later, 4th of December, 1863, it was sold to Susan Miller. Then in 1876, Francis M. Norris acquired the property. By deed dated 12th February, 1884, it was transferred to Franklin Stoltz. In 1918 Joseph Franklin Mortz bought the 74 acres for a consideration of $5,000. Incidentally, Mr. Mortz, now aged 92years, lives at West Salem, Illinois. Since 1948, Irvin Deisher has been the owner of the former Gard land at Gard's Point.
A letter written by the late Mrs. Joe (Fanny Shearer) Majors dated June 13, 1969 gives some recollections about Seth Gard, and cemeteries in the vicinity. She also supplied a clipping referred to in her letter which had been submitted by one of his granddaughters.
Mrs. Majors' letter and the clipping referred to follow. They were supplied by Mr. And Mrs. Loren Litherland.
"I been asked by several if I could tell them anything about Seth Gard, nothing only what older folks have said. He came here in 1814. At that time, people were burying their loved ones on the home place, they were 3 Staupt and Baker, and Penson and Dennis Wilcox within 2 miles from Centerville, Centerville was our little village before it was moved into Mt. Carmel.
"My father and family came from Mass. Said everyone told them Mr. Gard was a wonderful person, always helping those that needed help. He owned 80 acres beginning at the school house running N.W. on the Maysville Road to the corner of the Gard's Cemetery. He gave an acre for the cemetery that was badly needed and greatly appreciated. They said his home was always open for church services.
"I am enclosing clippings from the paper sent in by his granddaughter that I had saved several years ago. Yes many since he left us many loved ones, relatives, and friends have been left in the little cemetery from Wabash Co. Loved from all states come to visit the graves back home."
Mrs. Litherland says: "His grave is marked with a marble in accordance with his time, and any one wishing to visit his grave may find it in the cemetery at Gard's Point, but he carved for himself a monument far better than marble or stone - the respect and love of his co-workers. Even the beautiful cemetery that bears his name is a gift to the people from him, and it is always kept beautiful. I have often heard my father, Justus Gard, tell about grandfather's last bear. He said in the early winter of 1828 he was awakened in the night by some three or four men, and on going to the door he found them very much excited over the fact that they had treed a bear and could not shoot it. They asked him to go with them and shoot the bear for them, which he did, to the great satisfaction of the men. Father said: 'We boys went along, of course, as we were now 21 years of age, and had our first pair of shoes, a kind of moccasin made from deer skin, of which we were very proud.''
"The drawing knife used by Seth Gard is now among the relics of the old settlers at Olney, Richland County, Illinois, presented by Orlando Gard, a grandson."
The obituary is as follows: "Died: At his residence near Centerville, in this (Wabash) county, on the 25th ult, Seth Gard, aged 70 years, an old resident and early pioneer of the west. He emigrated to this county from Hamilton County, Ohio, as early as 1814, and 1818 was chosen as a delegate and was one of the leading members in the convention that framed our constitution."
The grounds for the Guard's Point Cemetery, as evidenced by records in the office of William Higgins, County Clerk of Wabash County at Mt. Carmel Illinois Book E, Page 157, were part of the Southeast corner of the North half of the Southeast quarter of Section 28, Township 1 North, Range 13 West. These records show that William R. Wilkinson and Sarah, his wife, "give grant, and donate" to certain County Officers and their successors in office forever, to be held in trust for the inhabitants of the surrounding county of February 1861. The Wilkinsons also donated another piece of land from the same tract to be held in trust by said grantees and their denomination who may first build thereon a house of public worship or a school house for general education purposes or both as the parties interested may determine. The grantees reserved for themselves the said fence situated thereon, also the growing timber. The area of this cemetery plot is about 278 square rods or about 1.7 acres and that of the church is about 48 square rods or 0.3 acre.
It may be of some interest in this connection to note that about nine years later, i.e. 11th day of June 1870, James Wright and Sarah E. Wright, his wife convey the Henry Gardner 21 acres from the above described parcel, North half of the South east quarter of Section 28, Township 1 North, Range 13 West, commencing at the east end of half quarter section and running west far enough to embrace 21 acres including the following described piece or parcel of land which is expected and being 2 acres and described as follows: Commencing at the South East Corner of said half quarter Section, running thence west 20 rods, thence north 16 rods, thence east 20 rods, thence south 16 rods to the place of beginning, known as Gard's graveyard or burying ground leaving actual number of acres 19.
Mr. Everett Wheatley has mentioned that there was a lane or driveway along the north edge of the cemetery. Loren Litherland, Trustee, has supplied from the records: "On April 10, 1897, 2 rods of land on N side of cemetery was purchased from Eliza Litherland for $8.00, after first refusing to sell the land for $5.00." Then "February 7, 1900 Trustees took up subscriptions for purpose of buying and erecting an iron fence around cemetery." Incidentally, in recent years this fence has been removed.
The following veterans were buried in Gard's Point Cemetery:
War of 1812 -Joseph Shearer;
Black Hawk War - Seth Gard;
Mexican War - Dr. James Mahon;
Civil War - Chauncey C. Case, David Fletcher, Charles Gard, Ebenezer Gardner, Thomas Hare, Martin V. Ing, Philander Ketchum, Abner Litherland, John Dorcus Rose, Boston Royer, Barber A. Shearer, George C. Shearer, John W. Smith, John Wilcox, Lyman Wilcox;
World War (One) - Charles Alka, William L. Hallock.
There is not much suitable space remaining available for burials in the east part of this cemetery now except a low portion which tends to remain wet, and a few spaces between other graves. There is space to the north of the church which has not yet been used for burials. Also there is some two acres of space immediately to the west in which burial space is available.
Alka, Bertha May
B. 28-Oct-1893, D. 9-Feb-1915, A. 21y 6m 13d, H. Charles Alka
Alka, Charles E.
B. 29-Sep-1889, D. 10-Oct-1918, A. 29y 11d, Co. H 38th Inf.
Armstrong, Lucinda J.
B. 7-Mar-1832, D. 28-Sep-1895, A. 63y 6m 21d, H. T.A. Armstrong
Atkinson, Esther R.
B. 19-Jan-?, D. 7-Feb-1876, P. J.H. & E.F. Atkinson
Baker, Anna Laura
B. 23-Feb-1902, D. 12-Oct-1922, P. E.A. & M.A. Baker
B. 1904, D. 1926, H. Glenn D. Baker
Baker, John Y.
B. 23-Mar-1825, D. 6-Oct-1896, A. 71y 6m 13d
B. 25-Sep-1829, D. 7-Oct-1894, A. 65y 12d
Barker, Frank F.
D. 10-Aug-1923?, A. 77y 5m 7d
Barker, Hattie R.
B. 27-Sep-1836, D. 16-Oct-1916, H. William H. Barber
Barker, Lizzie M.
B. 29-Oct-1857, D. 7-Mar-1878, P. W.H. & H.R. Barber
Barker, William H.
B. 1-Apr-1827, D. 10-Feb-1875
Beckner, Martha A.
B. 25-Aug-1841, D. 13-Oct-1909, H. John Beckner
D. 11-July-1905, A. 18y 2m 2d, P. J.& M. Beckner
Best, Rhea May
B. 4-Oct-1880, D. 13-Feb-1881, P. G.W. & E.E. Best
Blythe, Clifton C.
B. 3-Sep-1913, D. 23-Mar-1915, A. 1y 11m 20d, P. J. & E. Blythe
Blythe, William R.
D. 5-Sep-1883, A. 1y 9m 20d, P. J.H. & M.A. Blythe
Brees, Belendena L.
D. 15-Nov-1863, A. 5y 7m 9d, P. I.H. & H.E. Brees
Brees, H. Elizabeth
D. 10-Apr-1868, A. 43y 7m 4d, H. I.N. Brees
Brees, Infant Son
D. 10-Dec-1854, A. 3d, P. I.H. & H.E. Brees
Brees, Isaac H.
D. 11-Dec-1891, A. 67y 9m 8d
Breese, Frances C.
B. 1841, D. 1925, H. J.H. Breese
Brines, Lydia O.
D. 28-Aug-1873, A. 1y 2d, P. H. & A.M. Brines
Byerly, Peter H.
B. 1890, D. 1908
1-Mar-1879, A. 72y
B. 31-May-1839, D. 11-Aug-1913
D. 20-Jan-1897, A. 61y 3m 7d, H. J. Campbell
Campbell, Laura J.
B. 20-Mar-1857, D. ?-Aug-1917, H. J. Campbell
Campbell, Martha A.
D. 22-Sep-1879, A. 37y 3m 7d, H. James Campbell
Campbell, Mary C.
D. 16-Mar-1876, A. 68y, H. J.Campbell
Case, Chauncey C.
B. 23-Feb-1833, D. 29-Jan-1899, A. 65y 11m 5d
Case, Elly C.
D. 2-Oct-1875, A. 6m 2d, P. C. & M. Case
Case, Jonathan W.
B. 21-Aug-1897?, D. 19-July-????
B. 18-Sep-1876, D. 18-Dec-1876, P. C.H. & Hannah Case
Case, Mary E.
D. 1-Feb-1876, A. 3y 7m 5d, P. C. & M. Case
Case, Nancy M.
D. 31-Oct-1892, A. 41y 11m 2d, H. C.C. Case
B. 22-Nov-1826, D. 14-Sep-1848, A. 21y 9m 21d
Case, Tresse J.
D. 29-July-1888, A. 80y 2m 23d, H. J.W. Case
Cox, Earl M.
B. 10-Dec-1908, D. 18-Nov-1915, P. M. & P. Cox
D. 21-Nov-1886, A. 20y 2m 16d, H. N.J. Crawford
Crawford, Infant Son
D. 15-May-1885, A. 22d, P. N.J. & C.C. Crawford
Cunningham, John W.
D. 2-May-1924, A. 58y
Curran, Charles A.
D. 26-Apr-1907, A. 24y 8m 17d
B. 7-Mar-1869, D. 3-Feb-1917
B. 15-Feb-1865, D. 15-Feb-1898
Curran, Mary M.
B. 2-June-1863, D. 24-Dec-1891, A. 28y 6m 22d, P. J. & J. Curran
D. 6-May-1889, A. 72y 1m 24d
Deisher, Cora E.
B. 1876, D. 1931
Deisher, Everett W.
Deisher, Lizzie A.
D. 12-Nov-1904, A. 27y 5m 25d, H. J.S. Deisher
B. 20-Apr-1849, D. 28-Jan-1910, P. W. & S. Deisher
D. 4-Sep-1890, A. 82y 11m 12d
Dewitt, Lydia J.
D. 28-Jan-1865, A. 24y 8m 8d, H. Jacob Dewitt
D. 3-Oct-1884, A. 59y 15d
Dixon, Lydia A.
D. 3-Mar-1875, A. 16y 3d, P. D. & M.J. Dixon
Dixon, Mary J.
D. 17-Dec-1891, A. 64y 9m 7d, H. David Dixon
B. 1867, D. 1910
D. 31-Dec-1924, A. 74y 9m 24d
B. 8-July-1799, D. 13-July-1851, Consort Samuel Fulhey
D. 15-Oct-1865, A. 80y
D. 8-Jan-1890, A. 58y 10m 26d
Fletcher, Irvin R.
B. 27-Aug-1900, D. 14-Oct-1900, P. L.A. & J.A. Fletcher
Fletcher, Julia A.
B. 3-July-1867, D. 23-Dec-1902, H. Lee A. Fletcher
Fletcher, Sarah A.
D. 28-Apr-1904, A. 65y, H. David Fletcher
B. 10-May-1863, D. 16-May-1899, A. 36y 6d
Fuller, Henry T.
B. 28-Aug-1858, D. 15-Sep-1877
Fuller, Julia M.
B. 18-Sep-1835, D. 9-Feb-1923
Fuller, Rosetta J.
B. 26-July-1863, D. 17-May-1864
D. 17-Feb-1855, A. 46y 11m 9d, H. J. Gard
Gard, Charles A.
B. 7-Aug-1867, D. 6-Dec-1870, P. R.M. & M.J. Gard
Co 115 Inf.
D. 5-Aug-1896, A. 70y 5m 3d, H. Justus Gard
George L., B. 31-Dec-1833, D. 19-Aug-1863, A. 29y 7m 19d
Gilbert E., D. 19-Feb-1855, A. 17y 4m 3d, P. J. & A. Gard
B. & D. 10-Mar-1830, P. B.F. Gard
Gard, Jane M.
B. 16-Mar-1844, D. 17-July-1845, P. J. & A. Gard
D. 25-Feb-1870, A. 62y 3m 11d
D. 25-July-1845, A. 70y
D. 5-Sep-1861, A. 1y 10d, P. G.L. & S.J. Gard
B. 11-Dec-1826, D. 12-?-18(2)Or 79
D. 29-Oct-1861, A. 19y 8m 26d, P. J. & A. Gard
Gard, William H.
B. 13-Dec-1869, D. 14-Mar-1870, P. F.M. & M.R. Gard
B. 5-June-1850, D. 11-July-185?, P. Henry & Sarah Gardner
B. 16-Aug-1833, D. 19-Aug-1870
B. 1-June-1833, D. 16-June-1901, A. 68y 15d, Co. E. 63 Ill. Inf
Gardner, Emma C.
B. 17-June-1853, D. 21-Feb-1854, P. Henry & Sarah Gardner
D. 15-Apr-1875, A. 71y 9m 23d
Gardner, Julia D.
D. 4-May-1864, A. 19y 25d, P. Henry & Sarah Gardner
B. 27-Dec-1854, D. 15-Sep-1899, A. 44y 8m 18d, H. C. Gardner
Gardner, Sarah M.
B. 30-Oct-1840, D. 3-Sep-1867, D. Henry & Sarah Gardner
D. 12-Mar-1869, A. 61y 11m 21d, H. H. Gardner
D. 27-Mar-1924, A. 88y 2m 11d
B. 17-Feb-1890, D. 25-July-1890
B. 12-Feb-1890, D. 17-July-1890
Gay, Amanda E.
D. 1-Feb-1892, A. 26y 7m 25d
B. 1916, D. 1923, P. J.C. & Laura Gilmore
Gubleman, Mary A.
D. 12-Sep-1872, A. 1y 2m 2d, P. C.E. & S. Gubleman
Gupton, Harry W.
B. 13-June-1896, D. 31-Dec-1896
Gupton, Mary E.
B. 28-May-1894, D. 29-May-1894
D. 30-Jan-1885, A. 3y 14d, P. J. & R.C. Gupton
Hallock, Charles O.
B. 1858, D. 9-Sep-1932, A. 74y 1m1d
Hallock, Lillie B.
D. 23-July-1888, A. 1y 1m 17d, P. C.O. & R.E. Hallock
Hallock, Rose E.
B. 1860, D. 23-July-1923, A. 62y 8m 8d, H. Charles Hallock
Hallock, William L.
B. 1888, D. 1922
B. 30-Dec-1856, D. 5-Nov-1917
Hare, Cassander, B. 21-Jan-1849, D. 14-Feb-1925
Hare, Thomas, B. 16-Mar-1845, D. 2-Apr-1928, Co C 115 Ill, Co A 32 Ill
D. 16-Nov-1924, A. 15y 1m 20d
Hunt, David H.
Hunt, Josephine B.
B. 11-Sep-1858, D. 18-June-1915, H. David Hunt
Huston, Edna I.
D. 10-July-1897, A. 6m 26d, P. A.W. & N.A. Huston
Huston, George W.
B. 14-Dec-1857, D. 18-Sep-1900, A. 42y 9m 4d
Huston, Norman A.
5-Dec-1862, H. G.W. Huston
Ing, Martin V.
Co I 40 Ill Inf.
James, Fannie M.
B. 29-Nov-1853, D. 19-June-1870
James, Neva Hare
B. 24-July-1878, D. 30-Mar-1906
B. 25-Apr-1848, D. 28-Jan-1921
Johnson, Mary E.
B. 3-Nov-1862, D. 17-Mar-1910, H. J.S. Johnson
Co I 32 Ill Inf.
Kitchen, Francis E.
D. 3-Nov-1870, A. 1y 10m 14d, P. R.S. & M.J. Kitchen
D. 13-Sep-1872, A. 67y 8m 26d
Lambert, Lewis E., 1871-1927
Leeds, Everett, B. 27-Feb-1920, D. 4-Sep-1922, P. C.E. & R.L. Leeds
B. 12-May-1869, D. 6-July-1896, A. 27y 2m 16d, H. E. Leeds
Leipold, Elizabeth M.
D. 17-Jan-1894, A. 54y 4m 8d, H. John Leipold
Leipold, Eva May
B. 27-July-1891, D. 15-Aug-1891, P. L. & J.A. Leipold
B. 2-Mar-1862, D. 25-July-1886, A. 34y 4m 28d, H. A. Leipold
Leipold, John Sr.
B. 18-June-1834, D. 12-Nov-1904, A. 70y 4m 24d
D. 24-Mar-1894, A. 22y 6m 27d
B. 17-July-1888, D. 14-Aug-1888, P. L. J.A. Leipold
B. 29-Nov-1889, D. 20-Dec-1889, P. L. & J.A. Leipold
Liddle, Carrie S.
D. 18-Sep-1892, A. 4m 6d, P. R. & A. Liddle
Liddle, Ezra R.
D. 13-Feb-1898, A. 2y 5m 12d, P. R. & A. Liddle
Co. E 63rd Ill Inf.
B. 1848, D. 1923
Litherland, Bernardine L.
29-?-1924, P. W.L. & M.E. Litherland
B. 1883, D. 1925, P. J. & L. Litherland
Litherland, Bonnie May
Litherland, Clarinda E.
D. 14-July-1881, A. 15d, P. A. & L.E. Litherland
B. 1834, D. 1901, H. A. Litherland
B. 1889, D. 1895, P. J.& L. Litherland
B. 17-Mar-1889, D. 25-Nov-1895, A. 6y 8m 8d
Litherland, Isaiah S.
D. 24-Oct-1873, A. 19d, P. J. & S.S. Litherland
D. 10-Sep-1884, A. 33y 2m 15d
B. 12-Nov-1845, D. 19-June-1921
Litherland, Joshua T.
D. 19-Feb-1892, A. 7m 4d, P. A. & M.J. Litherland
B. 1850, D. 1926
Litherland, Lora E.
2-May-1860, H. Rev. A. Litherland
B. 1848, D. 1921, H. J. Litherland
D. 9-Nov-1866, A. 35y 10m, H. Abner Litherland
B. 3-Aug-1870, D. 28-July-1894, A. 23y 11m 2?D
Litherland, Mary A.
B. 18-Feb-1859, D. 26-Aug-1920
Litherland, Millie J.
D. 3-Feb-1879, A. 49y 1m 21d, H. J. Litherland
Litherland, Mina S.
B. 21-Feb-1876, D. 7-Apr-1876, P. A. & A.R. Litherland
Litherland, Rev. Alexander
B. 2-Mar-1862, D. 26-June-1913
Litherland, Sarah Ellen
15-Jan-1893, A. 22y 10m 22d, H. D. W. Litherland
Litherland, Stella A.
B. 19-Dec-1891, D. 28-Jan-1919, H. W.L. Litherland
Litherland, Susan S.
D. 8-Oct-1873, A. 23y 9m 20d, H. J. Litherland
D. 10-Sep-1909, A. 82y 2m 3d, H. William Litherland
B. 1885, D. 1886, P. J. & L. Litherland
D. 20-Jan-1886, A. 3m 20d, P. J. & L. Litherland
Litherland, William A.
D. 22-Nov-1868, P. J. & S.S. Litherland
Litherland, William E.
D. 2-Mar-1890, A. 16y 3m 11d, P. A. & M.J. Litherland
D. 8-Oct-1882, A. 60y
Litherland, Wilma Fern
Mahon, Dr. James
D. 22-Feb-1853, A. 45y
D. 1-May-1854, A. 32y 5m 14d, H. William Mahon
D. 17-Jan-1864, H. Dr. James Mahon
D. 16-Mar-1877, A. 60y 2m 4d, H. William Mayhon
D. 4-Apr-1876, A. 61y 7m 23d
D. 15-June-1907, A. 1m 2d, P. J.E. & Fannie Majors
Malone, Infant Son
D. 13-Oct-1906, A. 3d, P. L.L. & Belle Malone
Marx, Effie C.
D. 3-Sep-1892, A. 8y 4m 7d, P. L. & H. Marx
Marx, William Emery
D. 21-Aug-1892, A. 5y 3m 2d, P. S. & H. Marx
Mc Donald, Callida
D. 5-Oct-1867, A. 2m 10d, P. R.J. & F.A. Mcdonald
Mc Donald, Fanny A.
D. 5-Oct-1881, A. 33y 9m 3d, H. R.J. Mcdonald
Mc Donald, Rose May
D. 27-Aug-1872, A. 5m 21d, P. R.J. & F.A. Mcdonald
Mc Donald, Tammy R.
D. 14-Sep-1873, A. 4y 2m 28d, P. R.J. & R.A. Mcdonald
Mc Ferian, Maggie S.
B. 19-Jan-1857, D. 18-Dec-1908, A. 51y 10m 29d
Miller, Allen E.
B. 24-Aug-1876, D. 1-Feb-1897, A. 20y 5m 8d, P. J.P. & E. Miller
Miller, Bonny S.
D. 15-Jan-1880, A. 2m 29d, P. W. & M. Miller
Miller, Charles E.
D. 19-Sep-1891, A. 5m 11d, P. J.P. & E. Miller
B. 3-Jan-1856, D. 4-Oct-1918, A. 62y 9m 1d, H. John Miller
Miller, Henry W.
D. 6-Oct-1864, A. 4y 3m 6d, P. W. & M. Miller
Miller, John P.
B. 10-Sep-1850, D. 22-Mar-1924, A. 73y 6m 12d
D. 19-Sep-1866, A. 71y 9m 2d, Consort, Nancy Miller
Miller, Luke A.
D. 15-Apr-1882, A. 58y 9m
Miller, Marcus C.
D. 28-Feb-1866, A. 11y 5m 10d, P. W. & M. Miller
Miller, Mary E.
B. 1837, D. 1907, H. W. Miller
D. 15-Feb-1867, A. 68y 4m 27d, H.John Miller
Miller, Phebe Jane
B. 1852, D. 6-Mar-1929, A. 76y 6m 11d
B. 1831, D. 1922, H. L.A. Miller
Miller, Sarah E.
B. 22-Feb-1859, D. 22-Dec-1885
D. 4-Sep-1874, A. 1m 28d, P. L.A. & R. Miller
B. 1832, D. 1908
D. 1-Jan-1880, P. J.C. & S.E. Morgan
B. 27-Sep-1876, D. 1-June-1879, P. J.C. & S.E. Morgan
D. 25-Dec-1873, A. 1y 6m 19d, P. H.K. & L.Moyer
D. 14-Oct-1865, A. 2y 8m 7d, P. H.K. & L. Moyer
B. 11-Dec-1824, D. 31-Mar-1908
D. 24-Oct-1867, A. 9y 3m 21d, P. H.K. & L. Moyer
D. 20-July-1854, A. 2y 8m 28d, P. H.K. & L. Moyer
D. 19-May-1865, A. 1m 19d, P. H.K. & L. Moyer
D. 7-May-1897, A. 63y 9m 24d, H. H.K. Moyer
D. 2-Apr-1879, A. 1y 4m, P. H.K. & L. Moyer
Moyer, Sarah E.
D. 31-Aug-1876, A. 16y 3m 4d, P. H.K. & L. Moyer
B. 29-Apr-1840, D. 13-May-1921
Mundy, Aiva T.
D. 3-Aug-1862, A. 1y 3m 15d, P. S. & F. Mundy
D. 13-Jan-1875, A. 26y 3m 14d
D. 3-Mar-1868, A. 20y 10m 21d, H. Ezra Mundy
B. 1854, D. 1920, H. William H. Mundy
Mundy, Charles M.
D. 1-Sep-1864, A. 13y 2m 19d, P. W.R. & S. Mundy
Mundy, Clarence E.
D. 28-Apr-1865, A. 11y 7m, P. S. & F. Mundy
B. 30-Oct-1910, D. 14-Dec-1910, P. F.P. & E.M. Mundy
D. 18-Aug-1873, A. 13y, P. E. & L.A. Mundy
D. 14-Feb-1876, A. 30y 1m 2d
Mundy, Frances M.
B. 17-Aug-1829, D. 10-Feb-1895, A. 65y 5m 23d, H. S. Mundy
B. 26-Feb-1820, D. 7-June-1896, A. 76y 3m 11d
D. 2-Jan-1859, A. 17d, P. S. & F. Mundy
Mundy, Infant Daughters
D. 30-Aug-1871, Twin Daughters Of E.& L.A. Mundy
Mundy, Infant Daughter
D. 20-Sep-1905, P. F. P. & M.L. Mundy
B. 5-Aug-1823, D. 26-Feb-1895, A. 71y 6m 2d, H. J.M. Mundy
Mundy, John I.A.
B. 15-Oct-1827, D. 15-Sep-1881
Mundy, Julia Ann
D. 3-Mar-1854, A. 22y 1m 7d, H. James M. Mundy
D. 13-Mar-1879, A. 22y 11m 13d, P. J.M. & I. Mundy
Mundy, Mary A.
B. 20-May-1835, D. 3-Oct-1912
Mundy, Mary L.
B. 2-Mar-1882, D. 29-Sep-1905, A. 23y 6m 27d, H. F.P. Mundy
B. 13-Mar-1824, D. 11-Nov-1910, A. 86y 8m, H. H. Mundy
D. 10-Oct-1878, A. 11m 25y
B. 4-July-1784?, D. 3-July-1863, A. 79y, H. S. Mundy
Mundy, Samuel M.D.
B. 25-Dec-1825, D. 9-Dec-1907
Mundy, Samuel N.
B. 2-Jan-1871, D. 9-July-1871, A. 6m 7d, P. S. & F. M. Mundy
Mundy, Samuel Sr.
B. 11-May-1787, D. 3-May-1872, A. 84y 11m 24d
D. 2-July-1859, A. 36y 2m 13d, H. W.R. Mundy
Mundy, William D.
B. 19-Jan-1866, D. 16-Dec-1898, A. 32y 10m 21d
Mundy, William H.
B. 1849, D. 1887
Mundy, William R. Jr.
27-July-1884, A. 10d
Mundy, William R.
B. 26-May-1813, D. 7-Nov-1898, A. 83y 5m 12d
B. 11-Aug-1850, D. 29-May-1920
Musselman, Sarah A.
B. 27-May-1851, D. 20-June-1931, H. Lewis Musselman
D. 10-May-1891, P. F.M. & J. Norris
D. 20-Nov-1872, A. 7m 11d, P. F.M. & E. Norris
Norris, Eunis A.
D. 29-Apr-1876, A. 25y 7m 2d, H. F.M. Norris
Norris, Grover C.
B. 2-Oct-1885, D. 11-Aug-1886, P. F.M. & J.A. Norris
Norris, Martha M.
D. 15-Oct-1874, A. 1y 2m 8d, P. F.M. & E. Norris
Norris, William I.
D. 26-Oct-1895, A. 12y 1m 9d, P. F.M. & J.A. Norris
B. 21-Mar-1888, D. 21-Mar-1888, P. G.A. & M.C. Oldham
B. 4-May-1892, D. 8-Sep-1892, P. G.A. & M.C. Oldham
Oldham, Infant Son
B. 26-Dec-1889, D. 26-Dec-1889, P. G.A. & M.C. Oldham
Oldham, Nellie P.
B. 26-Dec-1889, D. 26-Dec-1892, P. G.A. & M.C. Oldham
D. 26-Dec-1873, A. 43y 1m 18d, H. J. Payne
D. 27-Sep-1888, A. 21y 7m 2d, P. J. & C. Payne
Payne, Zella M.
B. 1887, D. 1916
Ramsey, Sarah E.
D. 5-Feb-1890, A. 31y 1m 24d, H. J.M. Ramsey
Reynolds, Bessie B.
D. 24-Mar-1905, A. 5m 11d, P. J.A. & L.M Reynolds
Reynolds, Lillie May
D. 4-May-1905, A. 22y 2m 29d, H. J.A. Reynolds
B. 1859, D. 1912
B. 1864, D. 1922
D. 30-Dec-1891, A. 49y 25d
Rodgers, Alanzo W.
B. 21-Jan-1873, D. 24-Aug-1894, A. 21y 7m 3d
D. 21-June-1880, A. 9m 17y, P. A.J. & J.M. Rodgers
Rodgers, Julia Gard Gray
B. 16-Nov-1845, D. 27-Oct-1911, H. A.J. Rodgers
D. 13-Nov-1870, A. 1y 10m 16d, P. A.J. & J.M. Rodgers
Rose, John D.
Co. C 115th Ill Inf.
B. 20-Mar-1840, D. 24-Aug-1919,
B. 1-May-1848, H. B. Royer
Royer, Mary J.
B. 22-Nov-1875, D. 17-Oct-1892, A. 16y 10m 25d, P. B. & L. Royer
Seibert, Benjamin F., D. 20-May-1933, A. 79y 11m 21d
Seibert, Raymond L.
D. 23-June-1905, A. 4m 10d, P. H. & C.E. Seibert
B. 1861, D. 1877
B. 1822, D. 1873
B. 1853, D. 1866
B. 9-June-1856, D. 17-Nov-1903
B. 14-Sep-1890, D. 10-Aug-1896
B. 20-July-1884, D. 27-Nov-1888, P. G. & M. Seitz
D. 30-Apr-1852, H. G. Seitz
B. 5-May-1883, D. 27-Aug-1898, P. G. & M. Seitz
B. 1811, D. 1903
B. 22-Mar-1844, D. 8-Apr-1902
B. 9-Jan-1841, D. 21-Mar-1916, H. George Shearer
Shearer, Edna C.
B. 16-Dec-1846, D. 9-Sep-1912
D. 12-Jan-1875, A. 65y 3m 5d, H. Joseph Shearer
Shearer, George C.
B. 3-Oct-1837, D. 8-Jan-1898, Co. C? 115 Ill Inf.
Shearer, Infant Son
D. 24-July-1897, P. F.F. & M.L. Shearer
B. 4-July-1867, D. 10-Oct-1869, P. S.C. & C. Shearer
Soldier, Mar 1817, D. 16-Jan-1860, A. 70y 4m 6d
B. 25-Oct-1872, D. 26-Sep-1873, P. S.C. & C. Shearer
Smith, Charles C.
D. 27-June-1883, A. 3y 9m 12d, P. F.P. & N. Smith
Smith, Frank P.
Smith, John W.
B. 22-Feb-1844, D. 4-Oct-1896, A. 52y 7m 12d
St. John, Mary Seitz
D. 1-Feb-1919, A. 6y 7m 6d
D. 14-Feb-1902, A. 44y 9m 8d, H. J.H. Stoltz
D. 28-May-1884, A. 4y 3m 19d, P. F. & N. Stoltz
Stoltz, Birtie M.
D. 27-Jan-1888, A. 7d, P. J. & H.A. Stoltz
Stoltz, Essie F.
D. 3-Aug-1897, A. 1y, P. J. & H.A. Stoltz
B. 1852, D. 25-June-1924, A. 72y 1m 11d, W. Mary Stoltz
Stoltz, George B.
D. 29-Aug-1886, A. 3y 1m 12d, P. J. & H.A. Stoltz
B. 1841, D. 1917
B. 1841, D. 1913, H. Henry Stoltz
Stoltz, Nora E.
D. 15-Dec-1880, A. 3m 28d, P. H. & H. Stoltz
Stoltz, Norman, D. 28-Aug-1933, A. 55y 1m 4d
Thatcher, George W.
B. 22-Jan-1853, D. 16-July-1854, P. William & M. Thatcher
B. & D. 1-Aug-1854, P. W. Thatcher
Tombaugh, Ruth, B. 18-Sep-1893, D. 4-Dec-1931, H. V. Tombaugh
B. 21-Dec-1824, D. 6-Feb-1892, A. 67y 1m 14d
D. 29-Mar-1891, A. 52y 6m 16d, H. A. Walser
D. 6-Jan-1886, A. 23y 5m 5d
B. 1862, D. 1916
Wheatley, Isaiah W.
B. 1857, D. 1933
Wheatley, James A.
B. 12-May-1828, D. 6-Jan-1877, A. 48y 7m 24d
B. 10-Apr-1883, D. 24-Aug-188?, A. 6y 4m 14d, P. J.W. & A. Wheatley
Wheatley, William E.
B. 1900, D. 1901
Wheatley, William F.
B. 17-Dec-1854, D. 27-Apr-1869, A. 14y 4m 10d, P. J.A. & L.J. Wheatley
Wilcox, Charles A.
B. 16-Feb-1907, D. 2-Oct-1919
D. 19-Nov-1890, A. 17y 10m 19d, P. John & Margaret Wilcox
Wilcox, Emma B.
B. 1878, D. 1925
D. 14-Sep-1933, A. 66y 5m 1d
D. 14-Oct-1914, A. 72y, Co. E 42 Ill
Co E 63 Ill Inf., A. 65y
B. 1848, D. 1877
Wilcox, Mary A.
D. 27-Feb-1907, A. 19y 9m 15d
Wilcox, Mattie Marie
B, 14-Jan-1885, D. 25-Feb-1915, A. 30y 1m 11d, H. Ora Wilcox
B. 15-Mar-1850, D. 16-Aug-1910, A. 60y 6m, H. John Wilcox
D. 9-Apr-1895, A. 24y 24d, P. John & Margaret Wilcox
Wolfington, Kizzie K.
B. 11-June-1862, D. 1-Jan-1885, H. J.J. Wolfington
Wood, Clarence A.
D. 28-Oct-1902, A. 3m 24d, P. J.H. & C.L. Wood
Wood, Ethel E.
D. 23-July-1900, A. 2m 19d, P. J.H. & C.L. Wood
D. 10-Sep-1897, A. 9m 24d, P. J.H. & C.L. Wood
Woods, Cynthia C.
D. 25-July-1892, A. 39y 9m 15d, H. A. Woods
Woods, Ella S.
B. 1-Oct-1855, D. 10-May-1888, H. J. Woods
Woods, Emma B.
D. 3-July-1883, A. 3y 8m, P. G.W. & M.L. Woods
D. 23-Nov-1877, A. 3y 3m 13d, P. G.W. & M.L. Woods
D. 3-Jan-1876, A. 58y 3m 19d
Woods, Rebecca J.
D. 28-Apr-1876, A. 4m 19d, P. A. & C. Woods
D. 6-July-1903, A. 87y 11m 9d, H. G.W. Woods
Xander, Irene Gale
B. 14-Dec-1910, D. 7-Apr-1911, P. W. & M.E. Xander
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