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|All gravestones from the Newlin & Kirk Cemeteries, Crawford County, IL have been added to Find A Grave. Cemetery pictures complete up to June 2011. Please email if you would like a different picture(close up, different angle).|
Dates have not been verified for the memorials. Information was taken from Township records.
All gravestones from Old Hutsonville Cemetery, Crawford County, IL have been added to Find A Grave. Cemetery pictures complete up to Oct 2012. Please email if you would like a different picture(close up, different angle). Dates are from a complete cemetery transcription done in 1971.
Please notify me for corrections. I will be glad to transfer any memorial to family members.
Pictures I have uploaded to FAG, may be added to your family tree on Internet sites (ancestry.com or your personal site). My pictures are for as many people as possible to use and enjoy.
Researching: Boyd, Callahan, Correll, Kolter/Coulter, Mills, Newlin, Scott, Brown, Marshall
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|Ann Harmon Govers||Amelia R Beckwith|
Thanks so much for pictures of Gravestone...
|NL Nuttall||samuel James Barrick|
Hi, Chris H Bailey's book on the Barricks, "Peter Barrick, the Revolutionary War Soldier, 1762-1841", says his name was
James Samuel Barrick or J. Samuel Barrick. His name is also,
or at least was at the time Bailey wrote, cast in the concrete,
as "J.S.Barrick", at his former home on North Jackson St., in
Robinson, Crawford Co., IL. This explains the initials on the
gravestone of the 2 infant children buried in Kirk Cemetery.
Bailey also notes that he kept a diary for almost 70 years. If
the diary still exists one would presume it to at least include
some references to the children's deaths.
|Jill||RE: Correll Genealogy|
I thank you for your quick reply. Jill MacRae
Added by Jill on Oct 02, 2013 6:17 AM
I see you mention a Correll Genealogy Book. I am looking for Jacob Correll b. 1791 in PA who married Maria Landis b. 1785 in PA. Would they be listed in that book and where can I get one??
Jill MacRae 47010526
Added by Jill on Oct 02, 2013 5:33 AM
Thank you so much for transferring Sarah Coulter to me. I am trying to link my Cottrell relatives. Frieda
Added by Frieda on Aug 28, 2013 10:47 AM
|ourfamilyhistory||Cornelia Craig - Abbott, John Abbott|
Thank You for the transfer of Cornelia and John.
I will take great care of them and I hope to add many more things to their memorials.
Take Care and Godspeed.
West Frankfort, IL
|KAREN LOVY||RE: John Riege Photo|
|Margaret||Thomas W. Cox, Hutsonville Cemetery|
I rec'd info from cemetery trustee, Mike: Thomas W. Cox is buried in Section E, Lot 497, Space 1 in the new Hutsonville Cemetery. Thank you again for calling it to my attention that you were unable to locate his grave in the "Old" cemetery as I had previously noted.
Added by Margaret on May 03, 2013 9:14 AM
|Ginger||Caroline Mallett Steele|
Thank you so much for the gravestone photo. It is excellent and I appreciate the fact that you looked for it!
Added by Ginger on May 01, 2013 10:14 AM
|Margaret||Thomas W. Cox, Hutsonville Cemetery, Illinois|
Re your advising you could not locate the grave of Thomas W. Cox in the "Old" Hutsonville Cemetery, I rec'd a reply from Pulliam Funeral Home (oblongfuneralhome.com) that no burials have been made in the "Old" part for 40 years. Thomas W. Cox was buried in the new addition and I have transferred the find-a-grave memorial for him to the "new" part of the cemetery. Also, I was referred to the Trustee, email@example.com and have e-mailed asking for Plot #, etc. If you plan to make further effort to locate the grave, I will forward any new info should I receive it.
Thanks so much for your work, I am grateful to have Mr. Cox properly assigned to the "new" addition of Hutsonville Cemetery. Without your help I would never have known of the error.
Added by Margaret on Apr 30, 2013 3:40 PM
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