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Hadleyville Cemetery

Sorted by Rows       [prefer Alphabetical order?]
Compiled & donated by Kristine Smith as of 22 Jun 2004

This cemetery was established in 1859
 
Please do not assume that all names and dates are completely accurate.  Many of the stones are badly worn, chipped, broken and hard to read.  Also, many mounds appear in the grass showing graves that have lost their stones. Present condition of the cemetery is excellent with a large sign and well mowed grass.  The reading below was done from east to west, from the road to the back fence.
 
Row 1
          
  • BARNARD, Luther, died 12 May 1866, aged 51 ys 8 ms 6 dys                   
  • unknown - marker support with no marker
  • MORGAN, Charlotte, died 03 May 1863, wife of Homer T Morgan, aged 33 yrs
  • MOSES, Mary J, died 28 Apr 1863, wife of Merwin Moses, aged 27 yrs

Row 2
          
  • TAYLOR family monument
  • TAYLOR, John W, 23 Aug 1824 - 19 Jul 1889
  • TAYLOR, Ida Q, 04 Oct 1862 - 20 Nov 1880, daughter of J W & L Taylor
  • TAYLOR, Maudie
  • TAYLOR, Maggie
  • TAYLOR, Mable

Row 3
          
  • PIERSON, Otto, 1880 - 1974,  “father”
  • PIERSON, Dena, 1887 - 1961, “mother”
  • SCHULTZ,  Mary L, 1900 -  1988
  • SCHULTZ, Norman H, 1898 - 1960
  • SCHULTZ, Lyle, 1926 
  • SESSIONS family monument
  • SESSIONS, Alfred E, 28 Jul 1901 - 01 Aug 1901
  • SESSIONS, Marietta, 06 Aug 1904 - 16 Aug 1904
  • SESSIONS, Hattie M, 1892 - 1948
  • SESSIONS, Jerry M, 1872 - 1966
  • SESSIONS, Clarke C, 1934
  • SESSIONS, Mary, 1938, on same stone with Clarke C                        
  • BEARDSLEY monument
  • BEARDSLEY, C L, 1839 - 1917  [note “Corydon L Beardsley was a justice of the peace for Pleasant Valley], Civil War Vet
  • BEARDSLEY, Hannah O, died 21 Jan 1896, aged 55ys 8ms 11ds, wife of C L Beardsley, “She was a kind an affectionate wife. A fond mother and a friend to all"
  • BEARDSLEY, Clifford G, died 21 Jul 1873, aged 7 Ys 10 Ms 5 days, child of C L & H O Beardsley
  • BEARDSLEY, Lettie S, died 26 May 1878 aged 21ys 11Ms 10 Ds, child of C L & H O Beardsley

Row 4
          
  • THOMPSON Matilda, died 1928, on same stone with James
  • THOMPSON, James, died 1922, on same stone with Matilda
  • NICOLET, Albert, 1854 - 1924, on same stone with Angeline
  • NICOLET, Angeline, 1862 - 1896, on same stone with Albert


Row 5
           

  • monument broken and unreadable

Row 6
           
  • McDONALD monument surrounded by stones
  • McDONALD, Grandma aged 96 yrs
  • McDONALD, Grandpa aged 80 yrs
  • McDONALD, Peter McDonald “father” 1847-1904
  • McDONALD, Annie (no dates)
  • McDONALD, Ralph (no dates)
  • McDONALD, Arthur (no dates)
  • JACOT, Fred F, 14 Oct 1882 - 30 Aug 1956, Pvt 46 Co 20 Engineers WWI
  • JACOT, Loyal E, 1894 - 1928
  • JACOT, Oscar S 1884-1946
  • JACOT, monument of newer date
  • JACOT, Frederick A, died 1868  on same stone with Rose Adele
  • JACOT, Rose Adele, 1813 - 1883 married Nov 23, 1839
  • JACOT, George, 1883 - 1898, on back side of Frederick & Rose Adele's stone, Son of Auguste 
  • JACOT, Numa A, 21 May 1853 - 03 Jul 1917
  • JACOT, Eva, 21 Jan 1861 - 17 Jan 1903 - wife of Numa
  • JACOT, (name unreadable - possibly Emma), 06 apr 1896
  • BURGESS, father of I H, with a GAR star, Civil War Vet  [FAMILY NOTE - Given name of Isaac Henry's father was Timothy.  Timothy was actually a veteran of the War of 1812, having served as a drummer and a private in Captain Elnathan Cobb's Company of the NY Militia, enlisting on 27 Oct 1914.  He was born about 1793 and died in 1885.  His wife, Lodicia (Porter) died before 1880.  He and Lodicia had 8 children.  Many of his descendants are buried in the Thompson Valley Cemetery, this county.]


Row 7
           

  • ROBBINS, Oscar F, died 07 Oct 1872, aged 42 ys - “No pain no grief no anxious fear can reach the peaceful sleeper here”
  • McDONALD monument
  • McDONALD, Adrian, 1886 - 1970, “son”
  • McDONALD, John, 1881 - 1961, “son”
  • McDONALD, Isabelle, 1856 - 1936, “mother”
  • CORBETH monument - found by the back fence on ground in heap children’s stones
  • CORBETH, John A, (no dates)
  • CORBETH, Jennie E, 03 May 1880

Row 8           
  • ANDERSON, James, died 05 Nov 1894, aged 62ys 5ms, “at rest
  • support for grave marker no stone
  • CLEGHORN Geo W, died 12 Feb 1868, AE 2 ms 24 ds, son of J G & E A Cleghorn                        
  • GALLUSHA Charlie W, 16 Oct 1872, AE 15 ys 7 ms 8 ds, son of Geo. H & A A Gallusha, “Jesus desires me…unreadable….oh how sweet the sorrow”
  • GALLUSHA Rosa Ella, 15 Jan 1880, Aged 18 yrs 3 mos & 12 days,  “fell asleep in Jesus”, “Let us all prepare to meet her In that world more pure than this Where all parting will be over.  And can all abide in bliss”
  • GALLUSHA Monument
  • GALLUSHA, George H, 02 Aug 1812 - 29 Jul 1892
  • GALLUSHA, Margret, 18 March 1900 aged 80 yrs
  • ACKERMAN, Lois Jean, 1953 - 1994, mother of Mike & Carey
  • COURT, Charlotte, 1930 - 1995, “mom”
  • COURT, Todd, 1913 - 1985, “dad”                        
  • JENSEN monument
  • JENSEN, Bertha M, 22 Jan 1874 - ?? Apr 1891, wife of P Erickson
  • JENSEN, Carl, 09 Jul 1870 - 20 Apr 1882
  • JENSEN, Father, 1837 - 1919, Civil War Vet
  • JENSEN, Bertha, 1848 - 1917, “mother”

Row 9          
  • FOLEY, Timothy P, 28 Oct 1845 - 14 Apr 1911, “father”, Civil War Vet                   
  • FOLEY Mary A, 12 Oct 1848 - 09 Oct 1908, “mother”
  • FOLEY monument
  • FOLEY, Eugene B, 03 May 1883 - 04 May 1886
  • FOLEY, Lester E, 12 Jan 1887 - 02 May 1893
  • FOLEY, Mable, (date unreadable)
  • FOLEY, Charles F, 06 Mar 1881 - 03 May 1893
  • FOLEY, Sarah A, 29 Mar 1875 - 05 May 1898
  • FOLEY, Edward H, 24 Apr 1879 - 30 Apr 1898
  • CAMERON, Elizabeth, died 08 Sep 1889 AE 58 ys 7 ms, wife of Alex Cameron, “We are gone but not forgotten dear wife and Mother dear.  Though you are called to leave us Still we feel you are ever near. But we will meet beyond the river meet to part no more”
  • CAMERON, Alex, died 30 Sep 1874 AE 64 Ys “you are gone but not forgotten Much beloved father dear, but since you are called to leave us…rest unreadable
  • HUTCHINSON, C H, 1837 - 1896,  6th WI Batty, government stone, Civil War Vet
  • HATCH, May, died 14 Jul 1886, aged 18 yrs 9 ms 4 ds, daughter of Charles & Adelia Hatch, “Our darling one hath gone before To greet us on the blissful shore”
  • stone unmarked
  • stone with "G W C", no dates
  • CORWIN, Jane M, 1861 - 1937, “mother”
  • CORWIN, Theophilus, 1853 - 1928, “father”
  • HUMMER,  Melinda, died 25 Dec 1884, AE 61 ys, wife of T B Hummer
  • CLEASBY, Monument children of W & M J Cleasby
  • CLEASBY, David J, died 17 Mar 1867, Aged 2 yrs 5 Mo 5 days           
  • CLEASBY, Mattie L, died 17 Mar 1880, Aged 1 yr 3 mo 7 ds
  • CLEASBY, Martha M, died 1 yr 9 mo 12 days
  • CLEASBY, Olive, died 02 Feb 1865, Aged 3 ms
  • CLEASBY, Thomas Robins died 25 Sep 1865, aged 22 yrs
  • CLEASBY, Mary J, died 01 Nov 1884, aged 42 years, wife of W Cleasby

Row 10
        
  • HANSON, Lester V, 08 Jan 1908 - 20 Apr 1956
  • HANSON, Albert, 1862 - 1939, on same stone with Hilda A
  • HANSON, Hilda A, 1853 - 1941, on same stone with Albert
  • MILLER, Michael, 03 Sep 1843 - 07 Aug 1916
  • PETERSON, Jensine, 28 Mar 1885 - 06 Mar 1905, on same stone with Alfred 
  • PETERSON, Alfred, 24 Sep 1829 - 12 Aug 1890, on same stone with Jensine
  • PEDERSON, Hans A, 1822 - 1889, “father”, on same stone with Ane D
  • PEDERSON, Ane D, 1822 - 1889, “Mother” on same stone with Hans A
  • CLEASBY monument
  • CLEASBY, James, died 16 Mar 1889, Aged 45 yr 3 mo
  • CLEASBY, Sarah, died 14 Dec 1883, aged 4 yrs 6 mo 16 ds, back side of stone unreadable
  • OLSON, Iver, 1883 - 1962, on same stone with Ida B
  • OLSON, Ida B, 1902 - 1979, on same stone with Iver
  • 3 unreadable grave stone support stones
  • HADLEY, Henry F, Co I 30th WI inf government stone Civil War Vet
  • HADLEY, Elizabeth J, 13 Dec 1849 - 09 Mar 1893, wife of Hary F Hadley
  • CHASE monument
  • CHASE, Oran Corbet, 07 Jul 1816 - 03 Mar 1877, “father”
  • CHASE, Harriet Jane, 25 Jun 1831 - 23 Nov 1890, “mother” “Death is eternal life Why should we weep?”

Row 11         
  • BURPE, Wesley W, died 05 Mar 1860, AE 6 ys 8 ms 26 dys, son of R & S J Burpe “I want to be an angel And with the angels.... rest unreadable                        
  • HIGBY, Eliza J, 19 Jul 1844 - 17 May 1882, Wife of Addison Higley, (stonebroken and laying under cemetery sign)                        
  • HIGBY, Addison, 1837 - 1898, “father”  (broken stone)  
  • HIGBY, Orilla, 13 Jun 1795 - 30 Jun 1889, "his wife" (Lyman's)
  • HIGBY, Lyman, 28 Oct 1798 - 13 May 1888

Row 12
         
  • OLSON, Esther F, 1900 - 1910
  • OLSON, Hans, 1862 - 1919
  • OLSON, Albert, 1880 - 1923, “father”
  • OLSON, Florence, 1917 - 1930, “daughter”
  • OLSON, Harold E, 1912 - 1948, “son”
  • OLSON, Sophie L, 1884 - 1983, “mother”
  • ELLIS, Adney W, died 30 Dec 1867, Aged 15 ys 3 ms 5 ds, son of J R & A P Ellis, “we did not think that death”… rest unreadable
  • unreadable stone
  • BEMIS, Lewis M, died 1891, 30th WI Inf Co E, government stone, Civil War Vet
  • BEMIS, Naomi, died 23 Mar 1868, AE 54 ys 3 ms 23 ds, wife of L M Bemis

Row 13
         
  • MCCUTCHEON, Anna Cleasby, 1879 - 1912
  • CLEASBY, Harriet, 1841 - 1917
  • CLEASBY monument
  • CLEASBY, John, died 27 Jun 1892, aged 53 ys 2 ms 17 ds
  • CLEASBY, George W, died 10 Mar 1881, aged 7 ys 3 ms 12 ds, son of John & H S Cleasby
  • GRAVES, Theodore L, died 03 Jun 1880, aged 16 ys 7 ms 11 days, "Love in Life In death not divided"
  • CLEASBY, Johnie, died 16 Mar 1880, Aged 3 ys __ms __ds, son of J & H Cleasby
  • CLEASBY, Sarah, died 23 Sep 1873, 79 yrs, wife of D Cleasby
  • CLEASBY, David C, died 20 Feb 1880, aged 76 yrs “Farewell my hope and tears where light andshade alternate dwell How bright the unchanging morn appears farewell inconstant world farewell” 
  • SEARL, Caroline, died 05 Oct 1859, aged 21 yrs 8 ms 13 ds, wife of H S HADLEY, joined with Miranda Hadley
  • HADLEY, Miranda C, died 13 Feb 1865, aged 10 yrs 11 ms 20 ds, daughter of HS & CS Hadley
  • DICKERSON monument
  • DICKERSON, Augusta N, died 29 Jul 1865, aged 14 yrs 3 mo & 19ds, child of Geo & E Dickerson
  • DICKERSON, Theodore H, died 04 Feb 1860, aged 4 yrs 6 mo 4 days, child of Geo & E Dickerson
  • DICKERSON, Esther A, died 19 Apr 1891, aged 58 yrs 4 mos, wife of George D,  Here lies in sweet repose where grasses wave and silence reigns and standing by her grave no shall say she lived In vain”
  • DICKERSON, George, died 06 Oct 1905, aged 77 yrs 3 mo 17 days

Row 14
         
  • HASTINGS, Charles R, died 16 Dec 1868, AE 23 yrs 11 ms 5 ds, husband of Ann M
  • CLEASBY, David P, 12 Nov 1881 - 16 Jul 1942
  • JOHNSON, Isabelle, 1885 - 1959, on same stone with Albert T
  • JOHNSON, Albert T, 1882 - 1930, on same stone with Isabelle
  • HADLEY, J D, died 23 Dec 1879, aged 36 yrs 7 ms 25 dys
  • HADLEY, Joseph D, 01 Nov 1820 - 06 Aug 1886, “only sleeping
  • HADLEY, Mary Ann, died 19 Sep 1878, 45 yrs 6 ms 26 ds, wife of J P 
  • HADLEY, Lucinda Anna, died 01 Nov 1872, 12 yrs 8 mo 8 dys, daughter of J D & M A Hadley
  • RIDDALL, Annie, 1856 - 1910, "mother" wife of J W Riddall
  • RIDDALL, James, 1830 - 1910, “father”
  • RIDDALL, Rhoda A, died 05 May 1866, AE 61 y 5 ms 25 ds,  wife of Lyman Riddall, daut of  William & Mary Alexander
  • KAMPA, Wayne R, 20 Sep 1942 - 13 Oct 1995, married 13 Aug 1966, father of Erick, Lisa, Heath, Brenna, on same stone with Suzanne M
  • KAMPA, Suzanne M, [private] married 13 Aug 1966,  mother of Erick, Lisa, Heath, Brenna, on same stone with Wayne R
  • HOTCHKISS, Willie H, died 13 Aug 1868, aged 12 yrs 3 m, son of A & C Hotchkiss
  • HOTCHKISS, Charlie A, died 15 Oct 1866, Aged 16 yrs 6 mo, son of A & C Hotchkiss, “my father called me”

Row 15
         
  • GOFF, Sarah, 1845 - 1930, “mother”, on same stone with Edgar
  • GOFF, Edgar, 1841 - 1894,  “father”, on same stone with Sarah
  • THOMPSON, Sarah M, died 12 Apr 1891, aged 78 yrs, wife of Asahel Goff
  • KNIGHT, Malissa J, died 09 Nov 1862, aged 19 yrs, wife of M Knight and daughter of A & R Goff
  • BRONSON, Mary H, 31 Oct 1844 - 03 Apr 1866, wife of E M Bronson
  • KNIGHT, Orpha A, died 12 Nov 1868, aged 28 ys 8 ms, on same stone with Seymour
  • KNIGHT, Seymour H, died 02 Feb 1866, aged 4yrs, son of O A & H Knight

Row 16
        
  • MCLAUGHLIN, William, died 05 May 1869, aged 8 yrs
  • KNIGHT,  Albert, (no dates), 93rd Pa inf Co C, Civil War Vet
  • MCMAHAN, Mary N, 1881 - 1962 “mother”, on same stone with Charles E
  • MCMAHAN, Charles E, 1880 - 1958, on same stone with Mary N
  • BENNER, Phebe E, died 18 Jul 1869, AE 40 yrs 4 mo 1 day, wife of N H Benner
  • SHORE(s), Lacy L, died 18 Aug 1868, aged 18 yrs, wife of E Shore (stone under lilac bush)
  • CASTLE, Cornelia, 1807 - 1875, wife of J B Castle (stone under lilac bush, newer stone next to old stone)

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