|Birth: ||May 26, 1838, USA|
|Death: ||Mar. 22, 1900|
more than likely she was originally buried in Oakwood Cemetery. She was later interred with her daughter, Hattie, at the mausoleum in Union Cemetery. Where her husband Asiel Z Blodgett was buried.
In 1997, the mausoleum was dismantled and all of those who were buried there were reburied in unmarked graves on the Union Cemetery grounds. Marsh Funeral home was in charge of the reburials.
Information on her burial at Union Cemetery was received by me from the City of Waukegan on Oct. 6, 2012.
Marsh Funeral Home was in charge of the reburials in 1997.
A map of the unmarked graves can be obtained from the City of Waukegan.
(I am not related to most of the people who had been buried at the mausoleum. While trying to document my own family, I discovered what happened. I started researching the families of those buried reburied from the mausoleum on Sep 6, 2012, armed with only a map and a list of names (no dates). My goal was to get people on this site to allow their families the chance to locate them.)
Asiel Z Blodgett (1832 - 1916)
Hattie Blodgett (1867 - 1868)*
Plot: row 2 plot 25 (unmarked)
Created by: Justina Vickerman
Record added: Sep 24, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 97695647
David M. Habben
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