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Thompson Valley Cemetery, Otter Creek Township

Donated by N. Sampson

HISTORY OF THIS CEMETERY 
(as prepared by C. C. Campbell and written by Marion [Chrysler] Magnussen)

The area known as Thompson Valley is about seven miles long and extends on either side of County Highway R (previously known as State Highway 27) between Osseo and Augusta to the woods and bluffs on its east and west sides.

The History of Thompson Valley, written by Mary Elizabeth (Livermore) Crowe, granddaughter of Josephus L. Livermore, one of the earliest settlers states, "The first settler was a man of mystery.  He was an old hermit named Andrew Thompson.  He was living alone in a log cabin just northwest of where the Thompson Valley Cemetery is now located when the other first settlers arrived."

Though little is known about Andrew Thompson, a valley, a cemetery, a church and a school have perpetuated his name.

The first recorded death in the valley was that of Sabra Bennett in 1858.  The Lorenzo and William Bennett families had come to the area previous to the settlement of Augusta in 1856.

Some say that Sabra Bennett and Andrew Thompson were buried under a large oak tree on a knoll approximately eighty rods northwest of the present cemetery and later moved.  The records show that Sabra Bennett is buried in Lot 63, purchased by L. Bennett, and that Andrew Thompson is buried in Lot 64, also purchased by L. Bennett.  A simple rough sandstone headstone marks the grave of the man whom the cemetery was named.

According to the information that we have been able to find, the cemetery must have been laid out in 1862 or 1863, as there are no ecords of other burials until this time.

The first recorded death and burial was Clarissa Emerson on April 26, 1863 in Lot 38, purchased by V. Emberson.  This might have been Versel Emerson, a brother of John C. Emerson who came to Eau Claire County in 1859 and purchased 80 acres of land in Otter Creek Township.

The second recorded death was that of Lyman Strader on February 2, 1864.  Joseph and Maria (Hamilton) Strader with their children, Albert, Rosaline, Roxanna and Lyman, had come to Wisconsin from Lewis Co., New York about 1856 and farmed 340 acres in the Thompson Valley area.  This is the family that took care of Andrew Thompson when he could no longer look after himself.

The third recorded death was Isabelle (Hawkins) Campbell on February 14, 1864.  She married George W. Campbell on March 22, 1863, and they lived where now is a grove of trees between the farmer McCauley and Chrysler farms.  She died two months after the birth of a son, Frank.  After her death, her husband who had come here from Elmira, New York in 1856, enlisted in the K 36th Wisconsin Infantry and died four months later on June 26, 1864.  Their orphaned son, Frank, was raised by his aunt, Mrs. Josephus F. LIvermore.

The fourth death on April 4, 1864 was William S. Silkworth, who we believe was the son of George Silkworth who came here in about 1855 from Watertown, New York.  He and his partner, Garwin Green, had entered a section of land and settled in Beef River Station, the only stage station and hotel between Black River Falls and Eau Claire at that time.  He also served as postmaster for several years.

The death of Jessie Palm's baby son was recorded on September 23, 1864.  Harry and Amanda (Heard) Palms with their children, Jessie, G. H., Squire N. and William H. Palms, came from Oneida Co., New York by way of Columbia and Adams counties in Wisconsin.

The first recorded annual cemetery meeting was held June 4, 1866 with H. Heard, president; J. D. Densmore, secretary; and L. Bennett, treasurer.  A 10' x 30' lot cost $2.50 and digging a grave cost $1.50.  If frost, it was $3.00.

On March 4, 1867, Isaac and Lucretia (Livermore) Bennett donated or sold a tract of land 150 ft north and south, 300 ft. east and west with exclusion of the highway (NE 1/4 of NE 1/4, Section 24, 25 - 7W).  A letter from Attorney M. B. Hubbard dated June 6, 1895 stated that the above was not the correct description of the property.

The Cemetery Association was formed on Jun 22, 1875 with W. Edington, J. O'Brian, George Yule, John McKinney, Levi S. Ketchum, Walter Green, Thomas Cannon, Peter Berry, Ira Bennett, N. E. Pride and Orville Stone among those present.  It was decided that the Association should be called "The Thompson Valley Cemetery Association" with the annual meeting to be held on Jun 20th of each year.  The following officers were elected:  Peter H. O'Brian, 1 year; Levi S. Ketchum, 2 years; N. E. Pride, 3 years; John McKinney, 4 years; Walter Green, clerk for 1 year; Levi S. Ketchum, sexton for 1 year to receive $2.50 for grave digging; ad Orville Stone, treasurer for 1 year.

From 1906 to 1910 there must have been a women's liberation movement as the board members were:  Mrs. Henry Brown, president; Mrs. Ida Jones, Secretary; Mrs. Levi Ketchum, treasurer; and Mrs. William Yule, trustee.  However, the work of the sexton was left to a man, Raymond Ketchum.

Grave digging, like everything else gradually increased in price.  In 1913 it was $2.50; 1915, $3.50; from 1928 through 1940 it gradually went from $8.00 to $50.00.  In 1973 it was raised to $60 and later to $70.

Originally each lot was assessed $2.00 and a notice was sent to each family for the care of the lot.  This was not satisfactory as many were paid for late, and the Cemetery Association was always short of funds.

About 1931 the Perpetual Care Law was passed, and $50 was assessed each estate for cemetery care.  This was later raised to $100 for each estate.  There are 102 lots under perpetual care, the majority of which came under the $50 rate.  There are 63 lots for which no perpetual care has been paid, but all have to be cared for and mowed.  At one point the cost of each mowing was $70.

The Cemetery Board can only use the interest from the perpetual fund for mowing and maintenance.  In case a major improvement is necessary, the board must receive permission from the county judge.

In 1923, a strip of land of approximately one acre was purchased from Charles Pettis and added to the north side of the cemetery.  At that time a new fence was built.  Brick and concrete posts and new gates were put across the front.  Evergreen trees were planted on the east, south and north sides of the cemetery.  This work was under the supervision of Jack Edington, chairman; C. R. McCauley, treasurer; and Rollo Strader, secretary.

The first burial permit was issued in 1932.

The oldest person to be buried in the Thompson Valley Cemetery was "Aunt Nancy" O'Brien who lived to be almost 106 years old.  She was the aunt of Luther, Levi and Maranda (Ketchum) Chrysler.  Her husband, John, was a brother of Nancy (O'Brien) Chrysler, Adeline (O'Brien) Yule and Peter H. O'Brien.  This made her the "aunt" of a great many people in the area.  This family group came from Broome Co., New York by way of Columbia Co., Wisconsin.

A walk through the cemetery reveals the heartaches suffered by the early settlers with the high infant mortality and the tragic toll of then uncontrollable diseases.  Nearly every family lost one child and some lost as many as three children in a period of two weeks.

The following is an alphabetical compilation of burials of the Thompson Valley Cemetery, donated by Aubrey (Arries) Wittren and Nance (Wittren) Sampson, and includes burial locations by Lot and Stall number.

No Surname on Stone:
  • (UNKNOWN), Rossel, (no dates), Lot 123, Stall 5
  • (UNKNOWN), William, (no dates), Lot 123, Stall 6
Surname beginning with "A":
  • ALIX, Henry "Bud", 1911 - 1996, Lot 30, Stall 6
  • ALIX, Mayme M, 1912 - 17 Jan 1999, Lot 30, Stall 7
  • ALLEN, Melvin L, (no dates), broken stone - Civil War Veteran, Lot 35, Stall 6
  • ANDERSON, Gertrude L, 1897 - 1952, "Mother", Lot 78, Stall 7
  • ARIEL, Nathan J, 1953 - 1984, "Lion of God", Lot 137, Stall 5
  • ARRIES, Berle M, 1881 - 1959, Lot 102, Stall 3
  • ARRIES, Clara E, 1882 - 1953, Lot 102, Stall 4
  • ARRIES, Cresenzia, 1833 - 1915, nee Vogt - "Mother", Lot 99, Stall 2
  • ARRIES, Donald B, 1911 - 1989, "Father", Lot 102, Stall 9
  • ARRIES, Elnia Valnet, 1858 - 1930, "Mother", Lot 99, Stall 3
  • ARRIES, James M, 27 Feb 1946    - 01 Apr 1967, WI Pfc Co B 5 Mar/1 Mar Div Vietnam PH, Lot 102, Stall 8
  • ARRIES, Jerusha M "Russie", 1858 - 1910, Lot 102, Stall 2
  • ARRIES, Mansfield Charles, 1906 - 1959, Lot 102, Stall 5
  • ARRIES, Mansfield J, 1856 - 1937, Lot 102, Stall 1
  • ARRIES, Olive I, 1899 - 1991, nee Henry - "Mother", (large Arries family headstone, separate footstone), Lot 52, Stall 3
  • ARRIES, Opal L, 1887 - 1938, Lot 99, Stall 7
  • ARRIES, William Andrew, 1858 - 1930, "Father", Lot 99, Stall 5
  • ARRIES, William I, 1887 - 1935, "Father", (large Arries family headstone, separate footstone), Lot 52, Stall 4
  • ARRIES, William Mansfield, died 22 Apr 1884, aged 64 yrs, 4 mos, 24 ds - "Gone But Not Forgotten", Lot 99, Stall 3
  • ARTIS, Albert James, 1862 - 1933, "Father", Lot 22, Stall 1
  • ARTIS, Alice I, 1858 - 1931, Lot 22, Stall 8
  • ARTIS, Baby, Apr 1886 - Apr 1886, Lot 22, Stall 2
  • ARTIS, James Edwin, 16 Nov 1899 - 30 Jan 1900, Infant of A J & A I Artis, Lot 22, Stall 3
  • ARTIS, Lilly, 04 Jul 1865, - 02 Oct 1886, Wife of A J Artis, Lot 22, Stall 2
  • AYERS, Charles H, 1854 - 1922, Lot 51, Stall 1
  • AYERS, Cora May, buried 16 Aug 1870 (no dates), Lot 35, Stall 2
  • AYERS, Lydia E, 1881 - 1968, "The Lord is my Shepherd", Lot 51, Stall 2
  • AYERS, William, 01 Mar 1829 - 03 Mar 1903, Lot 24, Stall 10
  • AYERS, William, (no dates), Lot 35, Stall 10
  • AYRES, Baby, (no marker), Lot 24, Stall 2
  • AYRES, John, buried 19 Oct 1925 (small stone, no dates), Lot 24, Stall 1
Surnames beginning with "B":
  • BABCOCK, David R, 1823 - 1900, Civil War marker - Co K 5 WI Inf - GAR Vet, Lot 66, Stall 2
  • BANGLE, Joseph, died 04 Dec 1881, Aged 71 yrs 9 mos 5 ds - "Gone But Not Forgotten" Lot 57, Stall 7
  • BANGLE, Julia, died 02 May 1866, Daughter of J & M A Bangle, Lot 57, Stall 10
  • BANGLE, Mary A, died 06 Nov 1880, Aged 65 yrs - "Gone But Not Forgotten", Lot 57, Stall 9
  • BARKA, Herman, 1876 - 1974, "Husband", Lot 65, Stall 7
  • BARKA, Rossa, 1876 - 1968, "Wife", Lot 65, Stall 6
  • BARR, Jim, (broken stone - no dates), Lot 64, Stall 9
  • BARR, Mary, died 17 Oct 1884, Wife of I L Barr - Aged 63 yrs 21 ds - "Gone Home", Lot 64, Stall 10
  • BEAUDIN, Barbara, 1931 - 1992, Lot 129, Stall 1
  • BEAUDIN, Ernest, 1921 - 1996, Lot 129, Stall 2
  • BELL, Cora May, (no dates), Daughter of Mary C Mor - "O may her soul rest in peace, Amen, O bare me away on your snowy..." rest unreadable, Lot 52, Stall 7
  • BENNETT, Fannie A, (broken stone - no dates), Daughter of L & E Bennett, Lot 63, Stall 4
  • BENNETT, Isaac, died 27 May 1879, AE 81 yrs 11 mos 2 ds, Lot 61, Stall 4
  • BENNETT, Isaac T, died 09 Jun 1863, son of L & S E Bennett, Lot 63, Stall 2
  • BENNETT, Lorenzo, 14 May 1826 - 28 Jan 1900, "Pioneer" - OSSW Sabra E Bennett, Lot 63, Stall 5
  • BENNETT, Lucretia, died 07 Jul 1892, Aged 86 yrs 11 ms 6 ds - "The finger of dawn on my eyelids have pressed, the (unreadable) of the valley lay cold on thy breast, but thy spirit has taken its upward flight to dwell in the region of peace and delight.", Lot 61, Stall 3
  • BENNETT, Myrtle, (broken stone - no dates), "Daughter", Lot 63, Stall 3
  • BENNETT, Rosetta, 05 Mar 1848 - 27 May 1912, "Mother", Lot 41, Stall 2
  • BENNETT, Sabra E, 15 Feb 1830 - 16 Oct 1858, (broken stone) - AE 28 yrs 8 mos 1 d, Lot 63, Stall 1
  • BENNETT, Sadie B, 30 Sep 1881 - 07 Feb 1899, Lot 41, Stall 4
  • BENNETT, William, 30 Sep 1830 - 15 Feb 1913, "Father", Lot 41, Stall 1
  • BERG, Alfred M, 1877 - 1918, Lot 49, Stall 5
  • BERG, Pearl M, 1883 - 1918, Lot 49, Stall 7
  • BLISS, Baby, died 22 Dec 1876, Baby of Albert Bliss - (no marker), Lot 7, Stall 6
  • BLISS, Ella F, died 20 Apr 1857, Daughter of S U & U A Bliss - aged 3 yr 1 mo - "Shall not die but pass from earth into the sky", Lot 88, Stall 1
  • BLISS, Ira J, (no dates - stone sunk in ground), "Our Little...", Lot 7, Stall 3
  • BLISS, J Clare, 1896 - 1967, "Husband" - Married 12 Mar 1919 to Theo M, Lot 56, Stall 10
  • BLISS, Joanna W, died 04 Aug 1889, Aged 65 yr 5 mos 4 ds, Wife of O Bliss, Lot 65, Stall 2
  • BLISS, O, (no dates - small stone with no writing), Lot 65, Stall 3
  • BLISS, Theo M, 1900 - 1981, "Wife", Lot 56, Stall 9
  • BLISS, Willie R, died 08 Oct 1867, Son of O & J W Bliss, Lot 65, Stall 1
  • BOND, Baby, died 20 Jul 1898, (no marker), Lot 6, Stall 9
  • BOOKER, Annie R, 1862 - 1914, Lot 22, Stall 9
  • BROOKE, Wilmah E, 1919 - 1988, Lot 113, Stall 6
  • BROWN, Edwin M, 18 Oct 1830 - 19 Aug 1900, "Father" - Civil War Veteran, Lot 55, Stall 1
  • BROWN, Elizabeth, 13 Nov 1866 - 28 Jan 1897, Wife of Wallace Brown, Lot 94, Stall 7
  • BROWN, George, 1870 - 1940, Lot 55, Stall 9
  • BROWN, Henry, 1835 - 1924, "Husband", Lot 105, Stall 4
  • BROWN, Josephine, died 12 May 1871, AE 28 yrs 10 ms 25 ds - Wife of Wm S Brown, Lot 36, Stall 10
  • BROWN, Lizzie, (no dates), Lot 55, Stall 8
  • BROWN, Maria, 15 Sep 1832 - 08 Apr 1896, Wife of E M Brown, Lot 55, Stall 2
  • BROWN, Mary, (no dates), Lot 55, Stall 7
  • BROWN, Rosalie, (no dates), Lot 105, Stall 5
  • BROWN, William, 1857 - 1950, Lot 55, Stall 3
Surnames beginning with "C":
  • CALDWELL, Archie, died 19 Apr 1880, AE 5 ms 18 ds - Son of C F & H Caldwell - "Happy infant early blest", Lot 5, Stall 3
  • CAMPBELL, Earl R, 1885 - 1920, Lot 77, Stall 1
  • CAMPBELL, Frank L, 24 Jan 1864 - 02 Nov 1910, "Father" - Thy God has claimed thee as His own", Lot 92, Stall 6
  • CAMPBELL, G W, 21 Sep 1831 - 27 Jun 1864, Pvt Co B 36th WI Inf, Civil War Veteran - "Rest soldier rest they warfares o'er" - OSSW Isibel, Lot 92, Stall 3
  • CAMPBELL, Isibel, 11 Jun 1846 - 14 Feb 1864, Wife of G W Campbell - "Rest Mother, rest in quiet sleep while friends in sorry o'er thee weep" - OSSW G W, Lot 92, Stall 4
  • CAMPBELL, Violet I, 20 Apr 1867 - 20 Dec 1943, "Mother" - Wife of Frank L Campbell - "Peaceful sleep", Lot 92, Stall 5
  • CAMPBELL, Zoe L, 1888 - 1965, nee Springer, Lot 77, Stall 2
  • CANNON, child, (no marker or dates), Lot 10, Stall 7
  • CANNON, Mrs Tom, (no marker or dates - not in Sexton's book), Lot 10, Stall 2
  • CANNON, Tom, (no marker or dates - not in Sexton's book), Lot 10, Stall 1
  • CARLSON, A Ninus, 1898 - 1980, "Father" - OSSW Emily L Carlson, Lot 138, Stall 1
  • CARLSON, E Mervin, 1929 - 1970, "Father", Lot 112, Stall 9
  • CARLSON, Emily L, 1903 - 1991, "Mother" - OSSW A Ninus Carlson, Lot 138, Stall 2
  • CHADBOURNE, Florence, 1859 - 1952, Lot 112, Stall 10
  • CHADBOURNE, Nancy H, died 28 Oct 1870, Aged 37 yrs - Wife of C L Chadbourne - Inscription is on north side of PRIDE family monument, Lot 85, Stall 2
  • CHASE, J T, died 11 May 1892, Aged 70 yrs, Lot 14, Stall 10
  • CHRYSLER, Bert, 1883 - 1949, "Father", Lot 4, Stall 6
  • CHRYSLER, Harley E, 1875 - 1880, Lot 4, Stall 5
  • CHRYSLER, Harvey S, 1886 - 1963, OSSW Olive E Chrysler, Lot 147, Stall 2
  • CHRYSLER, Jennie J, 1877 - 1880, Lot 4, Stall 4
  • CHRYSLER, Maranda E, 1842 - 1923, "Mother", Lot 4, Stall 2
  • CHRYSLER, Olive E, 1892 - 1987, Married 01 Nov 1911 - OSSW Harvey S Chrysler, Lot 147, Stall 3
  • CHRYSLER, Philip S, 1835 - 1926, "Father", Lot 4, Stall 1
  • CLARK, Bessie, died 16 Aug 1936, (no marker), Lot 49, Stall 3
  • CLARK, Elizabeth, died 01 May 1881, Aged 52 yrs 2 ms 25 ds - Wife of Chas Clark, Lot 69, Stall 2
  • CLEMENTS, Baby, 1905 - 1905, Lot 23, Stall 4
  • CLEMENTS, Ella A, 1856 - 1939, Wife of W Clements, Lot 23, Stall 2
  • CLEMENTS, J G, 13 Oct 1875 - 22 Jun 1891, Son of W & E A Clements, Lot 23, Stall 3
  • CLEMENTS, William, 1849 - 1927, "Father", Lot 23, Stall 1
  • COLE, Edith H, 1880 - 1955, "Mother" - OSSW Sidney H, Lot 106, Stall 7
  • COLE, Sidney H, 1866 - 1929, "Father" - OSSW Edith H, Lot 106, Stall 6
  • COLON, Fletcher Pierson, died 11 Feb 1883, Aged 6 ms 24 ds - Son of C C & L Colon - "No kisses drop upon the cheek those lips are sealed to me.  Dear Lord how could I give him up to any but to Thee", Lot 98, Stall 2
  • COOLIDGE, (baby), (no marker or dates), Lot 44, Stall 6
  • COPPLE, Elizabeth A, 10 Mar 1829 - 02 Jun 1888, 1st wife of Fredrick, Lot 37, Stall 3
  • COPPLE, Fredrick, 02 Aug 1826 - 01 Sep 1903, Civil War Veteran, Lot 37, Stall 5
  • COPPLE, Jane, (no dates), 2nd wife of Fredrick, Lot 37, Stall 6
  • COSGROVE, Sadie, 1897 - 1923, nee Strader, Lot 3, Stall 4
  • CROUCH, Julia, died 27 Apr 1871, Aged 65 yrs 4 ds - Wife of J T Crouch - Inscription is on north side of WORKS family monument, Lot 91, Stall 5
  • CROW, Adelbert S, 1854 - 1910, Lot 88, Stall 7
  • CROW, Bertha L, 1862 - 1895, Lot 88, Stall 6
  • CROW, Edward W, 1846 - 1932, Lot 87, Stall 2
  • CROW, Frank, (no dates - not in Sexton's book), Lot 83, Stall 8
  • CROW, Harry, (no dates), Baby, Lot 83, Stall 5
  • CROW, John "Jack", 1853 - 1949, Lot 83, Stall 1
  • CROW, Lucretia J, 1851 - 1922, Lot 87, Stall 3
  • CROW, Mary E, 1882 - 1957, Lot 87, Stall 8
  • CROW, Mrs John, (no dates), Lot 83, Stall 2
  • CROW, Harriet N, died 30 Oct 1870, AE 51 yrs 11 ms 2 ds, Wife of Wm Crow, Lot 87, Stall 1
  • CROW, Les J, 1885 - 1918, Lot 88, Stall 8
  • CROWE, child, (no dates), Child of T A Crowe, Lot 115, Stall 10
  • CROWE, Robert Parker, (no dates - not in Sexton's book), Lot 115, Stall 8
  • CULLEY, (child), (small marker - no dates), Lot 39, Stall 10
  • CULP, Baby, (no dates - unreadable marker), Son, Lot 19, Stall 5
  • CULP, Jacob, (no dates - unreadable marker), Lot 19, Stall 1
  • CULP, Mrs Jacob, (no dates - unreadable marker), Lot 19, Stall 2
Surnames beginning with "D":
  • DEEN, Andrew, (no dates), (unreadable marker), Lot 19, Stall 10
  • DEINHAMMER, D, died 1940, Baby of Ernest, Lot 115, Stall 9
  • DIGHTON, Caroline, died 20 Jan 1877, Aged 43 yrs 1 m 21 ds - Wife of F Dighton - "She was a kind and affectionate wife, a fond mother, and a friend to all", Lot 97, Stall 2
  • DIGHTON, Dolly, 28 Feb 1824 - 05 Jan 1900, "Mother" - OSSW Rev F W Dighton, Lot 53, Stall 4
  • DIGHTON, Fletcher, 14 Feb 1829 - 21 May 1921, Lot 97, Stall 1
  • DIGHTON, Rev F W, 24 Sep 1832 - 08 Feb 1875, "Father" - OSSW Dolly Dighton, Lot 89, Stall 2
  • DOWNER, Julia Ann, died 01 Feb 1880, Aged 61 yrs 10 ms - Wife of Milo Downer, Lot 53, Stall 2
  • DOWNER, Milo, (no dates), (not in Sexton's book), Lot 53, Stall 1
  • DUTTER, Lyman Denver, 08 Dec 1917 - 30 Dec 1987, Cpl Army Air Force WWII - Married 17 Nov 1945, Lot 122, Stall 2
Surnames beginning with "E":
  • EDINGTON, (baby), (no dates), Baby of Dan Edington, Lot 47, Stall 9
  • EDINGTON, Anna, 1877 - 1974, OSSW John "Jack" Edington, Lot 144, Stall 2
  • EDINGTON, Bessie, died 30 Nov 1909, Aged 27 yrs - OSSW William & Mary Baker Edington, Lot 47, Stall 3
  • EDINGTON, Daniel, 1857 - 1930, OSSW Ida Edington, Lot 71, Stall 4
  • EDINGTON, Diana Lynn, 1953 - 1955, OSSW Robert F and Mary Jane Edington - Child of Robert & Mary Jane - Killed in car accident, Lot 141, Stall 2
  • EDINGTON, Donald R, 1901 - 1992, OSSW Evelyn M Edington, Lot 139, Stall 4
  • EDINGTON, Edgar, 1871 - 1952, OSSW Minnie Edington, Lot 56, Stall 7
  • EDINGTON, Edna, (no dates), Lot 71, Stall 5
  • EDINGTON, Elizabeth, 18 Feb 1879 - 07 Apr 1964, "Mother", Lot 6, Stall 2
  • EDINGTON, Ella, 20 Dec 1863 - 08 Aug 1934, "Mother" - OSSW Thomas Edington, Lot 45, Stall 2
  • EDINGTON, Esther, 1894 - 1958, Lot 45, Stall 4
  • EDINGTON, Eva, 1893 - 1981, nee Artis, Lot 22, Stall 4
  • EDINGTON, Evelyn M, 1906 - 1969, OSSW Donald R Edington, Lot 139, Stall 5
  • EDINGTON, Frank Edgar, 1904 - 1982, Lot 141, Stall 5
  • EDINGTON, Ida, 1874 - 1967, OSSW Daniel Edington, Lot 71, Stall 3
  • EDINGTON, John "Jack", 1862 - 1958, OSSW Anna Edington, Lot 144, Stall 1
  • EDINGTON, Mary, 01 Dec 1837 - 03 May 1929, nee Baker - "Mother" - OSSW William & Bessie Edington, Lot 47, Stall 2
  • EDINGTON, Mary Jane, 1934 - 1955, OSSW Robert F and Diane Lynn Edington - Wife of Robert F - Killed in car accident, Lot 141, Stall 3
  • EDINGTON, Minnie, 1878 - 1945, OSSW Edgar Edington, Lot 56, Stall 8
  • EDINGTON, Robert, 08 Apr 1874 - 04 Apr 1921, "Father", Lot 6, Stall 1
  • EDINGTON, Robert F, 1933 - 1955, OSSW Diana Lynn & Mary Jane Edington - Killed in car accident, Lot 141, Stall 1
  • EDINGTON, Thomas, 01 Nov 1861 - 11 Jun 1918, "Father" - OSSW Ella Edington, Lot 45, Stall 1
  • EDINGTON, William, died 22 Jun 1902, Aged 79 yrs - "Father" - OSSW Mary Baker Edington & Bessie Edington, Lot 47, Stall 1
  • EDINGTON, William Jr, (no dates), Lot 47, Stall 10
  • EDINGTON, William Lyle "Bud", 1892 - 1991, Lot 22, Stall 7
  • ELKERTON, A Pearl, 1881 - 1964, Lot 12, Stall 10
  • ELKERTON, Chauncey H, 1854 - 1907, Lot 12, Stall 7
  • ELKERTON, Cyras, 12 Mar 1852 - 18 Jan 1887, "There is no death what seems so is transition this life of mortal breath is but a suburb of the life ?slan whose portal we call death", Lot 12, Stall 6
  • ELKERTON, Estella, 1857 - 1913, Lot 12, Stall 8
  • ELKERTON, Francis W, 1848 - 1872, Lot 12, Stall 3
  • ELKERTON, Mariam A, 1827 - 1871, Lot 12, Stall 1
  • ELLINGSON, William E, 1911 - 1959, "Husband" - "In His will is our peace", Lot 51, Stall 4
  • EMERSON, (Father), (no dates), "Father" - "The pains of death are past labor and sorrow cease, and life's long warfare closed at last his soul is found in peace" (according to the Sexton's book, this should be Elizabeth Emerson's burial site) - Lot 95, Stall 1
  • EMERSON, A L "Lorenzo", 27 Jun 1843 - 26 Nov 1904, Civil War Veteran, Lot 95,Stall 2
  • EMERSON, Clarissa C, died 26 Apr 1863, Aged 2 yrs 5 ms - Daughter of V L & E S Emerson, Lot 38, Stall 9
  • EMERSON, Ellen, 1845 - 1915, Wife of John C Emerson - "Mother", Lot 106, Stall 2
  • EMERSON, James, (no marker or dates - not in Sexton's book), Lot 106, Stall 9
  • EMERSON, John C, 1832 - 1918, "Father", Lot 106, Stall 3
  • EMERSON, Versel, (no marker or dates), Lot 38, Stall 9
Surnames beginning with "F":
  • FERGUSON, Avis Zella, 1875 - 1898, Lot 96, Stall 3
  • FERGUSON, C W, 1837 - 1903, "Father", Lot 96, Stall 1
  • FERGUSON, Ellen L, 07 Dec 1883 - 29 Jun 1962, Wife of Free N Ferguson - OSSW Free N, Lot 96, Stall 8
  • FERGUSON, Free N, 23 Nov 1878 - 24 Sep 1969, OSSW Ellen L Ferguson, Lot 96, Stall 9
  • FERGUSON, Jane, 1844 - 1897, Lot 96, Stall 2
  • FIKE, Dewey J, 06 Jun 1914 - 05 Aug 1997, Lot 1, Stall 5
  • FLAGG, B J, (no dates), Lot 45, Stall 8
  • FLAGG, Frank, (no dates), Lot 44, Stall 2
  • FLAGG, Mrs Flora, (no dates), Lot 44, Stall 3
  • FLICK, Earl G, 16 Feb 1881 - 22 Feb 1924, Lot 49, Stall 4
  • FLICK, Laura M, 1862 - 1947, Lot 49, Stall 8
  • FOSTER, Martha, (no dates), "Mother" - "I am going home today", Lot 49, Stall 9
  • FOX, Neil T, 1905 - 1974, "Father" - Lot 106, Stall 4
Surnames beginning with "G":
  • GABLER, Baby, (no dates), Lot 103, Stall 10
  • GABLER, Lala G, 1900 - 1968, OSSW Walter M Gabler - (Lala is a twin to Lola G Zell [nee Arries] in Lot 104), Lot 103, Stall 5
  • GABLER, Walter M, 1893 - 1966, OSSW Lala G Gabler, Lot 103, Stall 6
  • GARAGAN, James P, died 04 Sep 1896, Aged 40 yrs 4 ms - "Gone to a better land", Lot 95, Stall 10
  • GARAGAN, Lulu, (no dates), Lot 95, Stall 9
  • GILLETT, Dudley, (no marker or dates), Lot 11, Stall 4
  • GILLETT, Mary Ann, died 12 Oct 1870, Wife of C D Gillette (broken stone), Lot 11, Stall 5
  • GILLETT, Rachel, died 12 Mar 1889, (no marker), Lot 15, Stall 10
  • GOODACRE, Pierson, (no dates), Baby, Lot 100, Stall 10
  • GREEN, Walter, 1840 - 1907, "Father", Lot 108, Stall 1
  • GREENE, Roxanna, 22 Oct 1846 - 27 Apr 1920, Lot 108, Stall 3
  • GRIESE, Arline A, 1915 - 1916, OSSW Henriette, August C, Ida A & Carl A Griese (see note on Carl A's listing), Lot 27, Stall 3
  • GRIESE, August C, 1871 - 1959, OSSW Henriette, Arline A, Ida A & Carl A Griese (see note on Carl A's listing), Lot 27, Stall 4
  • GRIESE, Baby, (no dates), Lot 27, Stall 6
  • GRIESE, Carl A, 1835 - 1901, OSSW Henriette, Arline A, August C & Ida A Griese (original Sexton records spell this name as "GREASEA"), Lot 27, Stall 1
  • GRIESE, E A S, (no dates), Baby of Will "GREASEA", Lot 27, Stall 10
  • GRIESE, Henriette, 1839 - 1915, OSSW Arline A, August C, Ida A & Carl A Griese (see note on Carl A's listing), Lot 27, Stall 2
  • GRIESE, Ida A, 1886 - 1970, OSSW Henriette, Arline A, August C & Carl A Griese (see note on Carl A's listing), Lot 27, Stall 5
  • GRIESE, Willie, 17 Apr 1880 - 01 Aug 1952, Lot 27, Stall 8
Surnames beginning with "H":
  • HALDEN, Eunice, (no dates) (no stone), Lot 84, Stall 2
  • HALDEN, Mel, (no dates) (small white stone - no writing), Lot 84, Stall 1
  • HASKINS, Amy F, 1879 - 1889, (died in diphtheria epidemic), Lot 72, Stall 9
  • HASKINS, Cora R, 1872 - 1952, OSSW Harley L, (metal marker - National Women's Relief Corps - Auxiliary to the GAR 1883), Lot 79, Stall 2
  • HASKINS, Dean A, 03 Jan 1925 - 04 Jun 1984, Pfc US Army WWII (WWII marker & flag), Lot 117, Stall 3
  • HASKINS, Delbert O, 1893 - 1966, "Father", OSSW Ruby M, (American Legion Flag marker), Lot 29, Stall 9
  • HASKINS, Delbert T, 1882 - 1890, (died in diphtheria epidemic), Lot 72, Stall 8
  • HASKINS, Edgar, 1844 - 1916, "Father", Co 119 Wis Vol (Civil War marker), Lot 72, Stall 1
  • HASKINS, Harley L, 1867 - 1941, OSSW Cora R, Lot 79, Stall 1
  • HASKINS, Harry V, 1866 - 1947, "Father", OSSW Martha L, Lot 79, Stall 6
  • HASKINS, Martha L, 1864 - 1938, "Mother", OSSW Harry V, Lot 79, Stall 7
  • HASKINS, Martha R, 1844 - 1926, "Mother", Lot 72, Stall 2
  • HASKINS, Nellie Ness, 1907 - 1985, OSSW Delbert O, (Eastern Star symbol), Lot 29, Stall 7
  • HASKINS, Orla L, 1876 - 1890, (died in diphtheria epidemic), Lot 72, Stall 7
  • HASKINS, Robert M, 1907 - 1980, OSSW Ruby M, (Masonic symbol), "I am the vine, ye are the branches", Lot 29, Stall 6
  • HASKINS, Ruby M, 1900 - 1955, "Mother", OSSW Delbert O, "The Lord is my shephard", Lot 29, Stall 10
  • HAWES, Abbie F, 1889 - 1928, Lot 80, Stall 5
  • HAWES, Luther B, 1847 - 1927, "Father", Co I 17th Reg Wis Vol, (Civil War marker & flag), Lot 80, Stall 4
  • HAWES, Martha A, 1847 - 1907, "Mother", Lot 80, Stall 3
  • HAWKINS, Isabel, (no dates) (small stone - no writing), Lot 92, Stall 10
  • HEADLEY, Chauncey, (no dates) (no marker), Lot 16, Stall 1
  • HEADLEY, Clare, 1887 - 1888, baby, Lot 16, Stall 9
  • HEADLEY, Ella A, 1856 - 1908, Wife of Chauncey, Lot 16, Stall 3
  • HEADLEY, Francis, died 21 May 1876, AE 76 yrs, 4 mos, 4 dys, "Blessed are the deat which die in the Lord that they may rest from their labors and their work do follow them", Lot 15, Stall 1
  • HEADLEY, Margaret J, died 22 Dec 1876, AE 41 yrs, 7 mos, Wife of C Headley, "O let us think of all the good and all the kind advice she gave and let us do (unreadable) and (unreadable), Lot 16, Stall 2
  • HEARD, Henry, 1823 - 1910, Lot 61, Stall 6
  • HEARD, Mary S, 1828 - 1908, Lot 61, Stall 5
  • HELSEL, Nellie Emerson, 12 Aug 1869 - 17 Sep 1897, Lot 106, Stall 10
  • HENRY, Alice Janet, 1917, Lot 46, Stall 8
  • HENRY, Archie P, 1891 - 1964, OSSW Fannie F, Lot 140, Stall 3
  • HENRY, Elmer, 1861 - 1945, OSSW Mary E, (large Henry family headstone, separate footstone), Lot 52, Stall 1
  • HENRY, Fanny F, 1889 - 1972, OSSW Archie P, Lot 140, Stall 4
  • HENRY, Mary E, 1870 - 1931, (nee Edington), OSSW Elmer, (large Henry family headstone, separate footstone), Lot 52, Stall 2
  • HEWITT, Clyde, (no dates) (small white stone - no writing), Lot 52, Stall 5
  • HEWITT, Clyde C, died 22 May 1880, Son of J & E J, aged 11 mos, 8 dys, (unreadable inscription, lamb on top of stone), Lot 5, Stall 4
  • HIGGINS, Children (3), (no dates) (small gray stone, no writing), Lot 52, Stalls 8, 9, 10
  • HILTS, Jeremiah, died 12 Mar 1890, AE 73 yrs, OSSW Sarah, (spiral stone with flying dove), Lot 20, Stall 1
  • HILTS, Jim, (no dates) (no marker), Lot 20, Stall 3
  • HILTS, Mrs Jim, (no dates) (no marker), Lot 20, Stall 4
  • HILTS, Sarah, 04 Jul 1819 - 14 Sep 1882, Wife of Jeremiah, "She died as she lived", OSSW Jeremiah, Lot 20, Stall 2
  • HOGEBOOM, Fred H, 1863 - 1944, "Father", OSSW Roxie E, Lot 113, Stall 10
  • HOGEBOOM, Roxie E, 1866 - 1941, "Mother", OSSW Fred H, Lot 113, Stall 9
  • HOLDEN, Angel H, 23 Mar 1840 - 03 May 1892, OSSW Martha A, Sadie E & Tina E, "May he rest in peace", Lot 54, Stall 4
  • HOLDEN, Florence L, 1890 - 1980, Wife of Herman, (American Legion marker), Lot 112, Stall 3
  • HOLDEN, Herman, 07 Feb 1888 - 01 Mar 1967, Wagoner US Army, WWI (American Legion marker & flag), Lot 112, Stall 4
  • HOLDEN, L B, (no dates), Lot 54, Stall 3
  • HOLDEN, Martha A, 07 May 1849 - 25 Jul 1887, Wife of A H, born West Boxlon, MO, died Thompson's Valley, Wis, OSSW Angel H, Sadie E & Tina E, Lot 54, Stall 5
  • HOLDEN, Sadie E, 28 Jun 1872 - 17 Jan 1881, OSSW Martha A, Angel H & Tina E, Lot 54, Stall 2
  • HOLDEN, Tina E, 08 Dec 1879 - 23 Jan 1881, OSSW Martha A, Angel H, & Sadie E, Lot 54, Stall 1
  • HUBBARD, Alfred, 1894 - 1983, "Father", Lot 2, Stall 10
  • HUBBARD, Anna, 1899 - 1989, "Mother", Married 17 Dec 1916, Lot 2, Stall 9
  • HUBBARD, Baby, 1889 - 1889, Lot 2, Stall 7
  • HUBBARD, Earl W, 1879 - 1966, "Father", OSSW Emma L, Lot 143, Stall 1
  • HUBBARD, Eldred, 1853 - 1921, OSSW Eliza, Lot 2, Stall 1
  • HUBBARD, Eliza, 1859 - 1944, OSSW Eldred, Lot 2, Stall 2
  • HUBBARD, Emma L, 1888 - 1990, "Mother", OSSW Earl W, Lot 143, Stall 2
  • HUBBARD, Leland E, 19 Nov 1918 - 06 Feb 1996, married Mae L on 22 Nov 1941, Lot 146, Stall 3
  • HUBBARD, Loyal C, 31 Aug 1928 - 27 Jul 1985, Sfc US Army, Korea & Vietnam, Lot 143, Stall 7
  • HUBBARD, Lucien S, 28 Jan 1908 - 06 Jan 1996, Lot 146, Stall 4
  • HUBBARD, Maud, 1882 - 1884, Lot 2, Stall 6
Surnames beginning with "I":
  • IVES, Claude, 1897 - 1985, "Father", OSSW Zella, (metal marker - World War 1917 - 1918), Lot 38, Stall 4
  • IVES, Clyde, 1900 - 1975, OSSW Vera, Lot 39, Stall 1
  • IVES, Elizabeth, 1878 - 1938, OSSW Fred J, Lot 38, Stall 2
  • IVES, Frankie, 1896 - 1939, "Mother", Lot 108, Stall 7
  • IVES, Fred J, 1871 - 1956, OSSW Elizabeth, Lot 38, Stall 1
  • IVES, Vera, 1900 - 1976, OSSW Clyde, Lot 39, Stall 2
  • IVES, Zella, 1902 - 1949, "Mother", OSSW Claude, Lot 38, Stall 5
Surnames beginning with "J":
  • JONES, Ernest V, 1868 - 1937, Father of Jessie & Joyce, Lot 108, Stall 5
  • JONES, Ida, 22 Dec 1872 - 18 Mar 1920, (nee Green), Wife of E Jones, Lot 108, Stall 4
  • JONES, James, (no dates), Baby, Lot 108, Stall 10
  • JONES, Mary, 27 Oct 1836 - 11 Nov 1916, Lot 108, Stall 9
  • JONES, Zella, 1898 - 1975, (nee Wilson), "Daughter, Loving Mother", Lot 81, Stall 7
Surnames beginning with "K":
  • KETCHUM, Adelbert, 1870 - 1931, Lot 116, Stall 3
  • KETCHUM, Alsora D, 12 Oct 1864 - 21 Jun 1892, Wife of P. Ketchum, "At Rest"(rose at bottom of stone - words with scroll-like carving under rose), Lot 3, Stall 10
  • KETCHUM, Annie L, 1876 - 1935, Lot 116, Stall 4
  • KETCHUM, Daisy, 1898 - 1960, OSSW Fred, Lot 84, Stall 9
  • KETCHUM, Fred, 1900 - 1959, OSSW Daisy, Lot 84, Stall 10
  • KETCHUM, Freddie G, 1876 - 1977, Son of L S & S A Ketchum, Lot 62, Stall 10
  • KETCHUM, Levi S, 1836 - 1915, Co G 48 WI Inf (Civil War veteran marker 61 - 65), Lot 62, Stall 2
  • KETCHUM, Lizzie E, 1870 - 1914, "Mother", Stall 116, Stall 2
  • KETCHUM, Luther M, 24 Oct 1831 - 20 Oct 1881, OSSW Mary E (east side of four-sided stone), "Amiable and beloved husband farewell. Thy years were few but thy virtues were many, they are recorded not on this perishing stone, but on the Book of Life and in the hearts of thy afflicted friends.", Lot 3, Stall 1
  • KETCHUM, Mary E, 22 Dec 1831 - 17 Jul 1896, OSSW Luther M (west side of four-sided stone), "Sleep mother dear and take your rest, God called you home, He thought it best.", Lot 3, Stall 2
  • KETCHUM, Ray E, 1879 - 1955, OSSW Sadie M, Lot 62, Stall 8
  • KETCHUM, Sadie M, 1878 - 1968, OSSW Ray E, Lot 62, Stall 7
  • KETCHUM, Sylvia A, 1839 - 1921, "Mother" (metal marker - star F. C. L.), Lot 62, Stall 3
  • KETCHUM, Willie L, 1860 - 1866, Lot 62, Stall 9
  • KLINK, Captolia, (no dates), (? could possibly be Klein), stone is missing, Lot 109, Stall 2
  • KLINK, Mrs Vera, (no dates), nee Durgen, stone is missing, Lot 109, Stall 3
  • KLOECKNER, Violet, 1907 - 1939, "Wife", Lot 4, Stall 8
  • KOHNKE, Bruce, 23 Nov 1902 - 26 Aug 1908, Lot 48, Stall 3
  • KOHNKE, Clara B, 1876 - 1930, OSSW Henry J, "Mother", Lot 48, Stall 2
  • KOHNKE, Henry J, 1878 - 1930, OSSW Clara B, "Father", Lot 48, Stall 1
Surnames beginning with "L":
  • LABARON, Jane, died 25 Feb 1896, aged 60y, Wife of J H LABARON, OSSW Judah, "Asleep in Jesus", Lot 74, Stall 3
  • LABARON, Judah, 08 Dec 1832 - 09 Dec 1907, OSSW Jane, Lot 74, Stall 2
  • LANGRICK, Francis L, 12 Mar 1927 - 16 Sep 1994, Lot 74, Stall 6
  • LANGRICK, John Fox, 20 Dec 1960 - 03 Apr 1993, "Youngest of four, father of one", Lot 74, Stall 5
  • LANGWORTHY, J Verne, 1880 - 1974, OSSW Vernice E, Lot 98, Stall 8
  • LANGWORTHY, Vernice E, 1882 - 1975, OSSW J Verne, Lot 98, Stall 7
  • LEACH, Grace Eliza, 1910 - 1947, Lot 143, Stall 3
  • LIVERMORE, (Unknown), died  10 Dec 1873, aged 79y, "Mother", Lot 59, Stall 1
  • LIVERMORE, A Bert, 1893 - 1980, "Son", Lot 120, Stall 5
  • LIVERMORE, Alice, 1867 - 1903, "Mother", Lot 120, Stall 2
  • LIVERMORE, Baby, (no dates), "Our baby", Daughter of J F & E E Livermore, (rest of stone buried), Lot 59, Stall 10
  • LIVERMORE, Burt J, 1877 - 1906, Lot 59, Stall 8
  • LIVERMORE, Charley, (no dates), (no marker), Lot 9, Stall 1
  • LIVERMORE, Edgar Pearl "Eddie", died 10 Mar 1882, OSSW Josephus F & E E Livermore, Son of J F & E E, aged 3y 1m 24d, "Suffer the little children to come unto me." (west side of four-sided stone), Lot 59, Stall 9
  • LIVERMORE, Erastus, 1842 - 1921, (Civil War marker next to stone), Lot 8, Stall 1
  • LIVERMORE, George H, died 08 Nov 1879, aged 31y 9m 28d, OSSW Josephus (east side of four-sided stone), Lot 9, Stall 8
  • LIVERMORE, Hephzibah A, died 10 Oct 1866, aged 59y, "Wife of J Livermore", (willow and urn on top of stone), Lot 9, Stall 9
  • LIVERMORE, John W, 1867 - 1941, "Father", Lot 120, Stall 3
  • LIVERMORE, Josephus, died 06 May 1881, aged 69y 5m 18d, OSSW George H (west side of four-sided stone), Lot 9, Stall 7
  • LIVERMORE, Josephus F, died 25 Aug 1891, aged 52y 4m 27d, OSSW E E & Edgar Pearl, "Gone but not forgotten.  Blessed are the dead that are in the Lord, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven." (east side of four-sided stone) - also has military marker that reads "Pvt Josephus Livermore (J F Livermore) Co L 2nd WI Cav, Lot 59, Stall 2
  • LIVERMORE, Mary A, 1851 - 1928, Lot 8, Stall 2
  • LIVERMORE, Mrs E, 1839 - 1913, OSSW Josephus F and Edgar Pearl, (Women's Relief Corp Auxiliary to GAR 1883 marker next to stone), Lot 59, Stall 4
  • LIVERMORE, Nellie A, 11 Aug 1896 - 13 Nov 1896, Daughter of Mr & Mrs Walker Livermore, Lot 77, Stall 3
  • LIVERMORE, Oscar E, (no dates), Son of E P & A M Livermore (rest of stone buried), Lot 8, Stall 9
  • LIVERMORE, Rosa A, 1863 - 1937, "Mother", Lot 77, Stall 4
  • LIVERMORE, Walker, 1856 - 1939, "Father", Lot 77, Stall 5
  • LOUTHER, Baby, (no dates), (no marker), Lot 66, Stall 10
  • LOUTHER, J B, (no dates), Co K 5th WI Inf (Civil War marker), Lot 66, Stall 9
  • LOUTHER, Lillia, (no dates), (no marker), Lot 66, Stall 8
  • LOW, Aaron V Sr, 1829 - 1890, (round stone), Lot 67, Stall 10
  • LOW, Charles H, died 05 Mar 1868, aged 8y 6m 23d, Son of A V & E A Low, Lot 67, Stall 8
  • LOW, Georgie A, (no dates), aged 8m, Infant son of Edward & Harriett Low, Lot 67, Stall 1
  • LOW, Harry A, died 20 Feb 1882, aged 1y 9m 28d, Son of A V & L J Low, "Enter this little lamb said He and lay him on My breast.  Protection he shall find in Me and be forever blest.", Lot 67, Stall 7
  • LOW, Laura E, died 26 Jan 1882, aged 12y, Daughter of E A & H A Low, Lot 70, Stall 9
  • LOW, Laura J, 1840 - 1916, Lot 67, Stall 6
  • LOW, Lennie P, died 08 Feb 1882, Aged 6m, Son of E A & H A Low, (verse is unreadable), Lot 70, Stall 8
  • LOWE, Aaron, 1851 - 1891, "Father", Lot 28, Stall 1
  • LOWE, Claude G, 1876 - 1905, Lot 28, Stall 3
  • LOWE, Elizabeth, died 24 Apr 1873, aged 42y 6m 6d, "Our Mother" Wife of A Z Lowe, Lot 67, Stall 9
  • LOWE, Lawrence, (no dates), (small white stone, no markings), Lot 38, Stall 7
  • LOWE, Mrs Aaron, 1860 - 1895, "Mother", Lot 28, Stall 2
  • LOWE, Orpha, 1893 - 1938, nee Ives (Mrs. Lawrence Lowe), Lot 38, Stall 6
  • LOWE, Ralph, 21 Jan 1892 - 14 May 1892, Infant son of E & H Lowe, Lot 70, Stall 7
  • LOWE, Walter, 1884 - 1910, Lot 28, Stall 8
Surnames beginning with "M":
  • MAGNUSSEN, Audrey M, (no dates), Lot 78, Stall 9
  • MAGNUSSEN, Carrie B, 1878 - 1954, "Mother", Lot 78, Stall 5
  • MAGNUSSEN, Neil, 08 Nov 1907 - 02 Oct 1908, Lot 78, Stall 10
  • MAGNUSSEN, Peder E, 1864 - 1939, "Father", Lot 78, Stall 6
  • MCCAULEY, Baby, 1927 - 1927, Lot 113, Stall 5
  • MCCAULEY, Charles R, 1854 - 1924, Lot 112, Stall 1
  • MCCAULEY, Mary E, 1854 - 1927, Lot 112, Stall 2
  • MCCAULEY, Nellie M, 1890 - 1974, nee Hogeboom, OSSW Rex C, Lot 113, Stall 2
  • MCCAULEY, Rex C, 1883 - 1968, OSSW Nellie M, Lot 113, Stall 1
  • McCUNE, Cecil, 1895 - 1967, Lot 144, Stall 6
  • McKEE, Ann, died 20 May 1899, aged 78y, "Be thou faithful unto death and I will give thee a crown of life.", Lot 37, Stall 10
  • McKENNEY, John, (no dates), Lot 21, Stall 1
  • McKENNEY, Mary A, 25 Jun 1841 - 10 Feb 1903, Lot 21, Stall 2
  • McKENNEY, Mrs John, (no dates), (no marker), Lot 21, Stall 4
  • MIEROW, Archie W, 1902 - 1988, OSSW Bernadean M, Lot 48, Stall 5
  • MIEROW, Bernadean M, 1904 - 1986, OSSW Archie W, Lot 48, Stall 4
  • MILLER, Hans J, 1870 - 1941, OSSW Katie A, Lot 73, Stall 10
  • MILLER, Katie A, 1875 - 1941, OSSW Hans J, Lot 73, Stall 9
  • MILLER, Martha, 1837 - 1925, "Mother", Lot 73, Stall 2
  • MILLER, P J, 03 Jun 1841 - Mar 1889, aged 45y 9m 8d, "Father", "At Rest", Lot 73, Stall 1
  • MILLER, Roy E, 1897 - 1948, "Father", Lot 73, Stall 7
  • MILLER, Selma A, 1897 - 1944, "Mother", Lot 73, Stall 8
Surnames beginning with "N":
  • NEVINS, Baby, (no dates), (small white/gray stone - no writing), Lot 82, Stall 5
  • NORTON, Rhoda, 1830 - 1915, OSSW David R Babcock, Lot 66, Stall 3
Surnames beginning with "O":
  • O'BRIAN, Anna E, 1870 - 1952, "St. John 14th", Lot 58, Stall 7
  • O'BRIAN, Bessie L, 1876 - 1950, Lot 40, Stall 3
  • O'BRIAN, Charles M, 1866 - 1933, "St. John 14th", (perpetual care marker), Lot 58, Stall 9
  • O'BRIAN, Delphena, 1841 - 1923, "Mother", Lot 42, Stall 6
  • O'BRIAN, Flora, 16 Oct 1859 - 23 Sep 1895, nee Stone, "Mother", Lot 58, Stall 10
  • O'BRIAN, Frank W, 1878 - 1960, Lot 40, Stall 2
  • O'BRIAN, Ida D, died 15 Oct 1888, aged 26y 10m 2d, Daughter of P H & D F O'Brian, Lot 42, Stall 8
  • O'BRIAN, Jessie May, died 31 Jan 1894, aged 19y 1m 7d, Daughter of P H & D F O'Brian, Lot 42, Stall 7
  • O'BRIAN, Kenneth H, 1904 - 1941, Lot 40, Stall 1
  • O'BRIAN, Lauren H, 1907 - 1951, Lot 40, Stall 4
  • O'BRIAN, Peter H, 1834 - 1899, Lot 42, Stall 4
  • O'BRIAN, Rhoda, 17 Jun 1806 - 26 Apr 1889, nee Stoddard, "Blessed are the dead which died in the Lord, from henceforth they will rest from their labours and their works do follow them.", Lot 62, Stall 1
  • O'BRIAN, Richard L, 10 Dec 1927 - 28 Jan 1987, S1 Navy, World War II (military stone on west side of family stone), Lot 40, Stall 7
  • O'BRYEN, John, died 18 May 1900, aged 86y 1m, Lot 43, Stall 10
  • O'BRYEN, John Sr, died 27 Dec 1877, aged 90y, (weeping willow on top), Lot 42, Stall 9
  • O'BRYEN, Nancy, 23 May 1819 - 04 Dec 1924, Lot 43, Stall 9
  • OLKAR, Anton S, 01 Jan 1887 - 31 Oct 1897, aged 10y 10m, Lot 110, Stall 10
  • OLKAR, Charley, 1840 - 1914, "Father", Lot 110, Stall 1
  • OLKAR, Mrs Charley, 1853 - 1927, "Mother", Lot 110, Stall 2
  • OLKAR, Elizabeth, 1873 - 1901, nee Meigs, Lot 110, Stall 9
  • OLKAR, Kathyrne, 1881 - 1923, nee Durst, Lot 110, Stall 9
  • OLKAR, Mary, 1882 - 1924, nee Wiere, Lot 110, Stall 7
  • OLSON, Elgie A, 1944 - 1987, "A Loving Mother", Lot 117, Stall 5
Surnames beginning with "P":
  • PALMS, Baby, died 23 Sep 1880, aged 1y 2m 17d, "Our Baby", Son of J M & E J Palms, Lot 17, Stall 5
  • PALMS, Caroline E, 1859 - 1939, "Mother", Lot 13, Stall 3
  • PALMS, Clinton F, 07 May 1883 - 30 Nov 1902, Lot 42, Stall 1
  • PALMS, Gene (Jessie?), (no dates), (no marker), Lot 17, Stall 1
  • PERRY, Gertie, 06 Jan 1855 - 02 Mar 1874, OSSW Rev F W & Dollie Dighton, Lot 89, Stall 1
  • PETERSON, Janet M, 29 Aug 1939 - 16 Aug 1996, A3C US Air Force, Lot 36, Stall 7
  • PETTIS, Charles W, 1866 - 1954, OSSW Ella E, Lot 114, Stall 1
  • PETTIS, Clarence Wilford "Pedro", 09 Feb 1946 - 19 Feb 1996, Lot 114, Stall 10
  • PETTIS, Ella E, 1874 - 1966, OSSW Charles W, Lot 114, Stall 2
  • PETTIS, Ivan E, 14 Feb 1903 - 13 Jan 1979, OSSW Vada L, Lot 114, Stall 5
  • PETTIS, Roy H, 1907 - 1978, OSSW Verna V, Lot 114, Stall 3
  • PETTIS, Vada L, 24 Jan 1904 - 16 Mar 1978, OSSW Ivan E, Lot 114, Stall 6
  • PETTIS, Verna V, 1909 - 1966, OSSW Roy H, Lot 114, Stall 4
  • PRIDE, Alfred R, died 05 Aug 1873, aged 4m 27d, infant child of N E & A M Pride, (east side of four-sided stone located at Lot 86, Stall 4) OSSW Nancy H Chadbourne, Homer, Maude A, Wallace W, Benjamin & Sarah Pride, Lot 85, Stall 3
  • PRIDE, Benjamin, died 02 Sep 1876, aged 75y, (south side of four-sided stone located at Lot 86, Stall 4) OSSW Nancy H Chadbourne, Homer, Alfred R, Wallace W & Sarah Pride, Lot 85, Stall 8
  • PRIDE, Byron G, 18 Dec 1907 - 06 Nov 1989, OSSW Marian M, married 24 Dec 1931, Lot 86, Stall 7
  • PRIDE, Homer, died 07 Aug 1857, aged 16y, Son of B & S W Pride, OSSW Nancy H Chadbourne, Alfred R, Maude A, Wallace W, Benjamin & Sarah Pride located at Lot 86, Stall 4, "Brother and Sister, take good heed unto yourselves that ye love the Lord your God.", Lot 85, Stall 1
  • PRIDE, Marian M, 22 Oct 1906 - 29 Jun 1979, OSSW Byron G, married 24 Dec 1931, Lot 86, Stall 8
  • PRIDE, Maude A, died 24 Dec 1876, aged 2y, infant child of N E & A M Pride, (east side of four-sided stone located at Lot 86, Stall 4) OSSW Nancy H Chadbourne, Homer, Alfred R, Wallace W, Benjamin & Sarah Pride, Lot 85, Stall 4
  • PRIDE, Pauline A, 24 Oct 1890 - 12 Jun 1965, OSSW Walter G, married 25 Dec 1906, Lot 86, Stall 9
  • PRIDE, Sarah, died 15 Oct 1901, aged 92y, (east side of four-sided stone located at Lot 86, Stall 4) OSSW Nancy H Chadbourne, Homer, Alfred R, Wallace W & Benjamin Pride, Lot 85, Stall 7
  • PRIDE, Wallace W, died 14 Apr 1883, aged 1y, infant child of N E & A M Pride, (east side of four-sided stone located at Lot 86, Stall 4) OSSW Nancy H Chadbourne, Homer, Alfred R, Maude A, Benjamin & Sarah Pride, Lot 85, Stall 5
  • PRIDE, Walter G, 19 Jan 1882 - 10 Apr 1979, OSSW Pauline A, married 25 Dec 1906, Lot 86, Stall 10
Surnames beginning with "R":
  • RAHL, Alvin R, 1900 - 1986, OSSW Eva M, Lot 143, Stall 4
  • RAHL, Eva M, 1906 - 1981, OSSW Alvin R, Lot 13, Stall 5
  • REINARZ, Joseph, 1856 - 1918, "Father", Lot 1, Stall 1
  • REINARZ, Mabel, 1888 - 1889, Lot 1, Stall 3
  • REINARZ, Margaret E, 1869 - 1931, Lot 4, Stall 9
  • REINARZ, Mina A, 1862 - 1942, "Mother", Lot 1, Stall 2
  • REINARZ, William N, 1866 - 1925, Lot 4, Stall 10
  • REMINGTON, Ethyl, 1873 - 1907, Wife of E H Remington, Lot 96, Stall 4
  • RIDER, Brainard, died 29 Nov 1893, aged 57y, OSSW Guernsey H, Co E 33 WI Vol, (east side of four-sided stone), Lot 34, Stall 4
  • RIDER, Charles, 1875 - 1946, Lot 34, Stall 2
  • RIDER, Frank H, died 21 Oct 1873, aged 2m 16d, Son of G H & M E Rider, "Our Darling Frank", Lot 34, Stall 8
  • RIDER, Guernsey H, died 13 Feb 1887, aged 49y 2m, OSSW Brainard, "Go home my friends, dry up your tears, here I must lie till Christ appears. What would the dying christian give for one more sabbath day to live.", (Civil War flag holder), Lot 34, Stall 7
  • RIDER, Harley "Hod", (no dates), aged 42y, 6m, Lot 34, Stall 9
  • RIDER, Jas "James", died 14 Jul 1871, aged 76y, Lot 34, Stall 10
  • RIDER, Mabell, 1884 - 1968, Lot 34, Stall 1
  • RIDER, Miranda, (no dates), "Mother", lot 34, Stall 5
  • RING, Alberta F, 23 Jan 1859 - 01 Jun 1930, "Mother", Lot 89, Stall 6
  • RING, Betsy C, (no dates), nee Dighton, Lot 89, Stall 10
  • RING, Frank I, 27 Oct 1882 - 16 Mar 1889, "Brother", Lot 89, Stall 5
  • RING, John, 01 Mar 1857 - 10 May 1934, "Father", Lot 89, Stall 8
  • RINGER, (Unknown), (no dates), "Mother", (small stone, no writing), Lot 30, Stall 10
  • ROGERS, Bessie, 1922 - 1984, nee Edington, OSSW Philip L, "Beloved Parent", Lot 22, Stall 5
  • ROGERS, Philip L Sr, 1924 - 1997, OSSW Bessie, "Beloved Parent, Lot 22, Stall 5
  • ROWLAND, Adelaide, 1870 - 1948, OSSW Hollis E, Lot 145, Stall 7
  • ROWLAND, Eliza A, 12 Sep 1838 - 05 Jun 1912, Lot 145, Stall 2
  • ROWLAND, Frank S, 1862 - 1926, Lot 145, Stall 4
  • ROWLAND, Hollis E, 1869 - 1956, OSSW Adelaide, Lot 145, Stall 6
  • ROWLAND, Josie, 28 Apr 1892 - 02 Feb 1893, Lot 46, Stall 9
  • ROWLAND, S B "Smith", died 1899, Pvt, Co F, 114th NY Inf, (Military Civil War marker), Lot 145, Stall 1
Surnames beginning with "S":
  • SAWYER, Caroline, 1828 - 1921, "Mother", Lot 14, Stall 2
  • SAWYER, John, 1869 - 1901, Lot 14, Stall 3
  • SAWYER, John S, died 29 Nov 1895, aged 68y 6m 8d, (large family stone with raised S), Lot 13, Stall 9
  • SCHULZ, Annie M, 1873 - 1953, "Mother", OSSW August C, Lot 57, Stall 2
  • SCHULZ, August C, 1861 - 1937, "Father", OSSW Annie M, Lot 57, Stall 1
  • SCHULZ, Charles A, 1895 - 1959, OSSW Opal L, (American Legion marker next to stone & flag), Lot 60, Stall 6
  • SCHULZ, Frank B, 1894 - 1962, Lot 57, Stall 3
  • SCHULZ, Opal L, 1899 - 1987, OSSW Charles A, Lot 60, Stall 7
  • SCOTT, Alfred, 1907 - 2001, OSSW Elora, Lot 113, Stall 4
  • SCOTT, Amy F, 1915 - 1997, OSSW Clarence, Lot 113, Stall 7
  • SCOTT, Clarence, 1901 - 1997, OSSW Amy F, Lot 113, Stall 8
  • SCOTT, Perry, (no dates), Baby, (small stone - no writing), Lot 92, Stall 8
  • SEARCY, Berry I, 14 Mar 1908 - 31 Jan 1997, "In loving memory", Lot 51, Stall 6
  • SEARCY, Margaret R, 1910 - 1989, nee Ellingson, "The Lord is my Shephard", Lot 51, Stall 5
  • SEFFENS, Sarah L, 01 Apr 1867 - 11 Apr 1895, Lot 21, Stall 3
  • SELL, Erwin, 1921 - 1996, OSSW Dortha, Lot 135, Stall 4
  • SHAFER, (Unknown), 1848 - 1938, "Mother", Lot 33, Stall 2
  • SHAFER, Laura, died 17 Apr 1875, aged 73y 1m 5d, Wife of John Schafer, "The Lord is my (unreadable)...my soul.", Lot 33, Stall 10
  • SHAFER, Mary Ellen, (no dates), Baby, Lot 33, Stall 9
  • SHAFER, Wilson H, 1845 - 1926, Lot 33, Stall 1
  • SHAKER, Baby, (no dates), "F I B" (small gray stone - no surname), Lot 122, Stall 7
  • SHAKER, Pauline, (no dates), "P J M" (small gray stone - no surname), Lot 122, Stall 6
  • SHEPHARD, Charles C, 27 Oct 1862 - 03 May 188?, Lot 49, Stall 10
  • SHONG, (Unknown), (no dates), Baby, (small stone - no writing), Lot 31, Stall 2
  • SIEG, Arthur, 1889 - 1959, OSSW Jennie, Lot 41, Stall 10
  • SIEG, Baby, 27 May 1964 - 27 May 1964, Baby Girl, OSSW Jerome A, child of Bernard & Joy, Lot 41, Stall 7
  • SIEG, Baby, (no dates), (small stone - no writing), Lot 92, Stall 9
  • SIEG, Darlene, 1944 - 1944, Lot 41, Stall 6
  • SIEG, Donald H, 1919 - 1994, OSSW Jeane E, S Sgt US Marine Corps, WWII (Veteran Amican Legion), Lot 140, Stall 6
  • SIEG, Jennie, 1893 - 1975, OSSW Arthur, Lot 41, Stall 9
  • SIEG, Jerome A, 15 Apr 1971 - 15 Apr 1971, OSSW "Baby Girl", child of Bernard & Joy, Lot 41, Stall 8
  • SIEG, Orissa, 1917 - 1985, OSSW Ralph, Lot 117, Stall 2
  • SIEG, Ralph, 1914 - 2005, OSSW Orrisa, Lot 117, Stall 1
  • SIEG, Rolla, 1912 - 1997, Married 03 Dec 1933, Lot 36, Stall 2
  • SILKWORTH, George, died 29 Oct 1889, aged 67y 3m 22d, Lot 60, Stall 2
  • SILKWORTH, William, died 04 Apr 1864, aged 9y 8m 28d, Son of George & Caroline, Lot 60, Stall 1
  • SMITH, Anetta J, died 02 Oct 1881, aged 21y 4m 27d, nee Elkerton, Wife of A F Smith, (Bible at top of stone with vine over top of name), Lot 12, Stall 4
  • SMITH, Clinton E, died 15 Oct 1881, aged 11m ?d, Son of A F & A J Smith, Lot 12, Stall 5
  • STONE, Edith M, died 02 Sep 1865, aged 2y 2m, Daughter of O & N Stone, Lot 13, Stall 3
  • STONE, Nancy, 14 Feb 1832 - 10 May 1897, OSSW Orville, (perpetual care marker), Lot 13, Stall 4
  • STONE, Orville, 31 Aug 1826 - 16 Aug 1898, OSSW Nancy, (perpetual care marker), Lot 13, Stall 5
  • STRADER, Aileen M, (no dates), Lot 111, Stall 9
  • STRADER, Baby, died 1925, Son of Garold & Cecil, Lot 111, Stall 4
  • STRADER, Charles C, died 02 Jul ????, aged 13y 9m, Son of B F & V M Strader, Lot 94, Stall 3
  • STRADER, Clayton, 1904 - 1964, Lot 3, Stall 8
  • STRADER, DeWitt B, 1855 - 1929, "Father", OSSW Helen, Lot 53, Stall 5
  • STRADER, Earl W, 1882 - 1960, OSSW Etta B, "Husband", Lot 53, Stall 7
  • STRADER, Etta B, 1891 - 1984, OSSW Earl W, "Wife & Mother", Lot 53, Stall 8
  • STRADER, Frank, (no dates), (small stone - no writing), Lot 94, Stall 1
  • STRADER, Helen, 1855 - 1933, "Mother", OSSW DeWitt B, Lot 53, Stall 6
  • STRADER, Herman B, 1869 - 1950, Lot 3, Stall 6
  • STRADER, Joseph, (no dates), "Father", Lot 93, Stall 5
  • STRADER, Lyman, died 02 Feb 1864, aged 13y 10m 2d, Son of J & M Strader, "Gone Home", "O death where is thy sting.  O grave where is thy glory.", Lot 93, Stall 1
  • STRADER, Mabel, 1878 - 1959, "Mother", Lot 111, Stall 2
  • STRADER, Martha, 1843 - 1926, Lot 64, Stall 8
  • STRADER, Martha, 1871 - 1904, Lot 3, Stall 3
  • STRADER, Martha, died 29 Apr 1890, aged 66y, Wife of Joseph S Strader, "Mother", Lot 93, Stall 3
  • STRADER, Mrs Frank, (no dates), (small stone - no writing), Lot 94, Stall 2
  • STRADER, Paul Marshall, 1906 - 1919, Lot 111, Stall 8
  • STRADER, Rolland, 1876 - 1925, "Father", Lot 111, Stall 1
  • STRADER, Rolland W Jr, (no dates), Lot 111, Stall 10
  • STRADER, Sadie L, died 18 Aug 1887, aged 1y 4m 18d, Daughter of A W & H A Strader, "Safe in the arms of Jesus, safe on His gentle breast.", Lot 93, Stall 2
  • STRATTON, Andrew, 19 Mar 1836 - 13 May 1904, Civil War marker), Lot 78, Stall 1
  • STRATTON, Laura M, 03 Feb 1838 - 27 Sep 1890, Lot 78, Stall 2
Surnames beginning with "T":
  • TAINTER, Chancey, (no dates) (no marker), Lot 78, Stall 3
  • THOMPSON, Andrew, died 21 Mar 187, aged 77y 7m, "Deacon", "On Christ the solid rock I stand, all other ground is sinking sand", Lot 64, Stall 1
  • THOMPSON, Andrew, died 1867, "First settler of Thompson Valley", (stone donated by Mr & Mrs E E Haskins), Lot 64, Stall 2
  • TIFFT, James H, 1860 - 1927, (FCB in triangle), Lot 146, Stall 1
  • TIM, Baby, (no dates), child of A Tim(small gray stone - no writing), Lot 122, Stall 8
  • TIM, Mrs August, (no dates), (small white stone - no writing), Lot 122, Stall 9
  • TRAVIS, Amelia, 1830 - 1918, Lot 8, Stall 3
  • TROXEL, Ernest L "Lee", 1905 - 1994, OSSW Esther Margaret, Lot 147, Stall 7
  • TROXEL, Esther Margaret, 1903 - 1988, OSSW Ernest L "Lee", Lot 147, Stall 6
  • TUMM, Armond R "Bud", 29 Nov 1922 - 07 Dec 1994, OSSW Mary L., Lot 137, Stall 9
Surnames beginning with "W":
  • WALKER, Baby, (no dates), (no marker), Lot 63, Stall 7
  • WALKER, Florence V, 1893 - 1979, "Mother", married Theodore C on 08 Nov 1915, Lot 79, Stall 9
  • WALKER, Theodore C, 1889 - 1965, "Father", married Florence V on 08 Nov 1915, Lot 79, Stall 10
  • WARD, (Unknown), (no dates), child, (small gray stone - no writing), Lot 119, Stall 9
  • WARD, Dellila, 1866 - 1910, Lot 119, Stall 8
  • WARD, George, (no dates), (no stone), Lot 119, Stall 7
  • WARD, Henry, died 08 Feb 1911, aged 83y, "At Rest", Lot 88, Stall 3
  • WARD, Manie, 15 Nov 1900 - 01 Apr 1901, "Little Manie gone but not forgotten", Lot 119, Stall 10
  • WARD, Mary A, died 19 Aug 1898, aged 59y 11m 6d, "She has done what she could", Lot 88, Stall 2
  • WATERBURY, Baby, (no dates), (small stone - completely buried), Lot 71, Stall 8
  • WATERBURY, C N, 1858 - 1891, Lot 71, Stall 6
  • WATERBURY, J R, 1811 - 1887, Lot 71, Stall 7
  • WELKE, Vivian , 1934 - 1989, nee Troxel, OSSW William R, Lot 135, Stall 6
  • WILSON, Amos I, 1852 - 1911, Lot 121, Stall 1
  • WILSON, Arthur, 1897 - 1976, "Son", Lot 121, Stall 6
  • WILSON, Barnett, died 10 Apr 1893, aged 57y 9m, Lot 81, Stall 2
  • WILSON, Charles H, 1866 - 1952, "Father", Lot 81, Stall 10
  • WILSON, Elizabeth, died 30 Jul 1894, aged 59y 5m 22d, "E W", Wife of B Wilson, Lot 81, Stall 1
  • WILSON, Elmer G, died 02 Sep 1887, aged 12y 10m, Son of B & E Wilson, "E G W", (small gray stone), Lot 81, Stall 5
  • WILSON, Emma K, 1900 - 1972, "Daughter", Lot 121, Stall 5
  • WILSON, Ervin W, 1898 - 1970, "Son", Lot 121, Stall 4
  • WILSON, Frances J, 1867 - 1952, "Mother", Lot 81, Stall 8
  • WILSON, Frank E, 03 May 1883 - 21 May 1884, Son of G & R Wilson, Lot 32, Stall 9
  • WILSON, George, (no dates), (small stone - no writing), Lot 32, Stall 2
  • WILSON, Hannah J, 1871 - 1926, "Mother", Lot 121, Stall 3
  • WILSON, James C, died 06 Dec 1887, aged 19y 4m, Son of B & E Wilson, "J C W", (small gray stone), Lot 81, Stall 6
  • WILSON, Jessie Day, 07 May 1881 - 14 May 1881, Son of G & R Wilson, Lot 32, Stall 10
  • WILSON, Lillian, 1911 - ????, "Daughter", Lot 121, Stall 7
  • WILSON, Mrs, (no dates), (no stone), Mother of George Wilson, Lot 32, Stall 4
  • WOOD, Baby, (no dates), (small stone - no writing), Lot 68, Stall 4
  • WOOD, Mary A, 1856 - 1934, Lot 22, Stall 10
  • WOOD, Mrs Geo, (no dates), (no marker), Lot 68, Stall 2
  • WORKS, Clara, 1859 - 1906, "Mother", Lot 90, Stall 10
  • WORKS, Lucy Ann, died 17 Mar 1875, aged 37y 8m 21d, Wife of O Works, "L A W", Lot 91, Stall 6
  • WORKS, N Freeman, 1857 - 1896, "N F", Lot 90, Stall 1
  • WORKS, Obidiah, 1836 - 1920, "Father" (military Civil War marker), Lot 90, Stall 9
Surnames beginning with "Y":
  • YOUNG, Baby, (no marker), Lot 18, Stall 5
  • YOUNG, Baby, died 16 Jan 1942, Child of Frank Young, Lot 6, Stall 5
  • YOUNG, Frank E, 1905 - 1973, OSSW Pearl E, Lot 139, Stall 6
  • YOUNG, Pearl E, 1908 - 1980, OSSW Frank E, Lot 139, Stall 7
  • YULE, Adeline, 07 Sep 1825 - 25 Jan 1909, Lot 43, Stall 6
  • YULE, Alice M, 1873 - 1950, Lot 46, Stall 7
  • YULE, Burvel J, 1890 - 1971, "Father", OSSW Zella M & Harley J Yule, Lot 29, Stall 1
  • YULE, Claris Ann, (no dates), Lot 142, Stall 7
  • YULE, Earle S, 1878 - 1950, "Father", Lot 142, Stall 1
  • YULE, Faith Mary, 1931 - 1968, "Wife", "Now my heart with pleasure fills and dances with the daffodils", Lot 142, Stall 6
  • YULE, Frank P, 02 Oct 1867 - 25 Jul 1948, Lot 43, Stall 1
  • YULE, Fred, 1906 - 1927, Lot 107, Stall 3
  • YULE, George M, 26 Mar 1819 - 02 Mar 1904, Lot 43, Stall 5
  • YULE, Harley J, 1915 - 1964, OSSW Burvel J & Zella M Yule, (FLT Insignia), Lot 29, Stall 3
  • YULE, John T, 1859 - 1944, "Father", Lot 107, Stall 7
  • YULE, Johnie Jr, died 1906, aged 4m, Lot 107, Stall 4
  • YULE, Margaret A, 1853 - 1931, OSSW William H, Lot 46, Stall 5
  • YULE, Margaret M, 1871 - 1945, "Mother", Lot 107, Stall 6
  • YULE, Pearl, died 25 Jun 1881, aged 8y 8m 8d, Daughter of Geo M & Adaline Yule, "Shall (unreadable) the river when (unreadable) crystal tide forever flowing by the throne of God", Lot 43, Stall 3
  • YULE, Randy S, 1963 - 1969, Son of Frank M & Lueann C Yule, Lot 31, Stall 8
  • YULE, Ruth G, 1892 - 1955, "Mother", Lot 142, Stall 2
  • YULE, Victor, died 02 Feb 1877, aged 1y 3m 19d, Son of Wm H & M A Yule, Lot 46, Stall 10
  • YULE, William H, 1845 - 1932, OSSW Margaret A, Lot 46, Stall 4
  • YULE, Zella M, 1895 - 1984, "Mother", OSSW Burvel & Harley J, (American Legion Aux Flag holder), Lot 29, Stall 2
Surnames beginning with "Z":
  • ZELL, A Arthur, 1898 - 1982, OSSW Lola G, Lot 104, Stall 1
  • ZELL, Kenneth Arthur, 19 Sep 1932 - 20 Nov 1956, WI 1st Lt, US Air Force, Lot 104, Stall 3
  • ZELL, Lola G, 1900 - 1997, nee Arries, OSSW A Arthur, Lot 104, Stall 2
  • ZELL, Wendell W, 1930 - 1989, Lot 104, Stall 4
  • ZEMPEL, Lucy J, 1868 - 1963, OSSW Paul M, (American Legion Aux. metal marker), Lot 42, Stall 3
  • ZEMPEL, Paul M, 1873 - 1961, OSSW Lucy J, Lot 42, Stall 2
  • ZIMMERMAN, Todd L, 20 Aug 1975 - 15 Sep 1975, "Infant son of Larry & Carol", Lot 118, Stall 5

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