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Indian Creek is the Township in which the Village of Norris City is located in White Co.Illinois.Kern Doerner is the supervisor of Indian Creek Township. We his staff have strived to identify and locate all the people buried in our 14 Indian Creek Cemeteries with the intent of making and sharing this information to all- |
Ditney Ridge Cemetery
Mt. Olive Cemetery
Mt. Oval Cemetery
Odd Fellows( IOOF)Cemetery
These listings are the result of the work by conducted Doerner Project. All information is thought to be true and has come from obits from Campbell Funeral Home, records and books held at the Norris City Memorial Public library, and personal work and research from Cheri Ciaravino, Shelia Albright, Joe Skaggs, Elieen S Mayberry ( For thousands of photos)and John DeLap.
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|Wayne Atteberry||Wanda Barrall|
Memorial #167951687 Wanda Barrall is a duplicate. Wanda was my aunt and I had already listed her in Powell Cemetery.
|Constable_Cascaden||RE: # 91519123|
Hello, I don't know where George W Modlin is buried. I just came across Melissa's maiden name and wanted to pass it on to you for her Memorial.
Melissa's maiden name is Melissa Ann Johnson, and she was the wife of George W Modlin. They married in White Co on 3 March 1868.
|Darrell Wesley||RE: Henry trusty|
Henry may very well be buried at Ebenezer but the photo I have posted here was taken at Village.
|Holly Childs||RE: Sarah Wilson, 1826-1883|
What is a "D"?
This is what it says on the bottom of John J. Wilson's findagrave entry:
Created by: Edward L. Baugher III
Record added: May 22, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 37393859
This is what it says on the bottom of Sarah "Sallie" (Robinson) Wilson's findagrave entry:
Created by: Indian Creek
Record added: Jan 14, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 103568559
They are both in the Mount Olive Cemetery, Roland, White County, Illinois.
I just thought it would be nice to have the connection between John J Wilson and Sallie, John's 2nd wife, documented. I actually didn't realize until just now that you weren't who was managing John's findagrave site.
|Holly Childs||Sarah Wilson, 1826-1883|
Her stone says she was the wife of John Wilson, and according to the 1870 & 1880 censuses, that would be correct.
John J. Wilson (1811-1899) married (1) abt 1834, Nancy (Blakeney) (1811-1864); (2) abt 1865, Sarah/Sallie [--?--]. John had 11 children with Nancy and two with Sallie.
That was much quicker then I expected. Thank you so much. Have a Blessed Evening.
Added by MAL on Feb 09, 2016 6:45 PM
|Eileen M.||RE: Ebenezer|
That is wonderful! So glad I was able to help. i didn't have Joe as a teacher when I went to Norris City, but I know who he is.
|Alan Rabe||Edith Yates in IOOF|
I am related to the Yates in the Odd Fellows Cemetery. Thank you very much for the work done. I recognized them all except for the entry for Edith Yates b. 2 Jun 1915 d. 14 Feb 2000. There is no photo.
I believe this is in fact Edith M Carr Satterfield Yeatts. The birth and death dates are exactly the same in the Social Security Death Index and her residence was in Broughton which is very near the cemetery.
|jmgs1||Margrett Eubanks # 92913624|
Hi, I believe you got the wrong William attached to Margrett as her spouse for that William S. Eubanks is 58 YEARS her junior.
I believe her spouse was William Eubanks # 42199794 who died in 1834.
Added by jmgs1 on Sep 01, 2015 1:11 AM
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