VALLEY RIPPLE SETTLEMENT CEMETERY
Aka Stillwell Family
Wabash County, IL
Datafile Input . : Mount Carmel Library / Shannon Swain In Sep-1999
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
This area was probably one of the first French settlements. A ferry was operated between this area and the Indian side of the river. A revolutionary soldier, Howard Putnam, is thought to be buried here and thought to be connected to the ferry operation in some way. Ross Putnam of Elderado, feels Howard is buried at the Old Palmyra cemetery.
D. 22-Feb-1903, A. 50y
B. 10-Apr-1834, D. 2-Nov-1912
D. 24-Feb-1900, A. 63y 8m 11d
B. 1809, Gilsa Kinhessen, D. 13-Sept-1871
B. 10-July-1893, D. 15-Aug-1893, A. 0y 1m 5d, P. N. & D. Sharp
Stillwell, Anna C.
B. 27-Nov-1863, D. 5-Oct-1864
Stillwell, Antonia H.
B. 4-Mar-1873, D. 1-Aug-1874
B. 10-Mar-1801, D. 6-Apr-1888, A. 87y
D. 15-July-1833, A. 0y 9m 9d, P. H. & E. Stillwell
D. 16-Jan-1892, P. S.S. & D.H.S. Stillwell
D. 19-Oct-1836, A. 11y 2m 13d, P. S. & S. Stillwell
D. 7-June-1863, A. 53y 8m 18d
D. ?-May-1862, A. 71y
D. 19-May-1864, A. 71y 1m 27d
Stillwell, Samuel H.
28-Dec-1863, P. S.J. & S. Stillwell
Stillwell, Samuel J.
B. 1834, D. 1895
Stillwell, Sophia S.
B. 1826, D. 1916, H. S.Stillwell
Stillwell, William R.
D. 6-Apr-1865, A. 10y 1m 13d, P. B. & M. Stillwell
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