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Boyd-Correll (#47512389)
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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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Kathleen Wright
Thank You
Added by Kathleen Wright on May 24, 2014 7:11 AM
Kathy,Dave &Tanya Winters
RE: thomas curtis
thanks for getting back to us.. we have maintenance already,just need to get the time to do more research..thanks ..kathy
Added by Kathy,Dave &Tanya Winters on Jan 22, 2014 10:46 AM
Kathy,Dave &Tanya Winters
thomas curtis "t c " turner
do you know where the info on the grave plaque came from?..according to my records he was alive and a widower in 1880. I'm told he died around 1886..
his father by the same name was also alive in 1880.
Added by Kathy,Dave &Tanya Winters on Jan 21, 2014 3:37 PM
OPPSheryl
RE: Updates
No, they did not send out notices. That would have been very helpful! I found it quite by accident. Thank you for the updates!

Sheryl
Added by OPPSheryl on Jan 08, 2014 5:38 PM
OPPSheryl
Updates
I sent you some updates. Maybe you do not know they are there, as Find A Grave has a new way to process some updates. It is on your profile page in the upper right corner...edits...then edits sent to me that I need to approve; then click process edits at the bottom.

Thanks!
Sheryl
Added by OPPSheryl on Jan 08, 2014 4:04 PM
NL Nuttall
RE: john W Boyd #111892032
Hi, am I correct in assuming Robert Marion Boyd is a son of Samuel Roper Boyd? If that's correct you'll probably have to go through Find a Grave Support to get him linked to his parents. Watkins seems to
have ceased responding to almost all requests.
Added by NL Nuttall on Dec 19, 2013 7:39 AM
NL Nuttall
john W Boyd #111892032
Problem solved. So he was Samuel's son. You must have sent the
request to link him to Robert Marion Boyd by accident.
Added by NL Nuttall on Dec 19, 2013 7:27 AM
NL Nuttall
john W Boyd #111892032
Hi, you might want to double check on this one before I make any
links. If he was Robert Marion Boyd's son his father was only three
years old when he was born. Could he have been a brother instead?
Added by NL Nuttall on Dec 19, 2013 7:08 AM
Ann Harmon Govers
Amelia R Beckwith
Thanks so much for pictures of Gravestone...
Added by Ann Harmon Govers on Nov 15, 2013 10:35 AM
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.
Added by NL Nuttall on Oct 02, 2013 1:56 PM
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