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"If there is a worse place than hell, I am in it." President Lincoln writing about the Union disaster at the Battle of Fredericksburg. December 1862|
2010, I am in the process of gathering the soldiers of the Civil War 85th ILLinois Infantry Regiment into virtual cemeteries.
Please email me if you know the resting place of any soldier I have not yet found.
Origins of Companies
B---Fulton and Mason Co.
F---Tazewell and Woodford Co.
G---Fulton and Schuyler Co.
September 2013. I have started a virtual cemetery for Mason County IL WWI Veterans.
2012 Virtual Cemetery for victims of the Chatsworth Train Wreck in my list virtual cemeteries.
2015 Virtual cemetery for victims of the Peoria 1881 Woolner Distillery Explosion
Please contact me if I enter incorrect info or links.
I enjoy taking and posting photos.
Cemetery walking involves planning, time, gas, bees, flies, gnats, ticks, assorted other bugs, dogs, burrs, briars, weeds, tall grass, snakes, scrapes, cuts, mud, dirt, snow, rain, dust, wind, sun, rutted roads, hills and dales, getting lost, and BUCKETS of sweat.
I had to throw my lunch to a couple wild peacocks headed my way. Seems they have a fondness for egg salad.
I appreciate those folks who list their source when posting my photos to Ancestry.com :)
MEMORIAL OF THE MONTH:
Bert Stuart Odle
Please take a look at this little guy's memorial .
I came across his interesting grave while randomly taking pictures in Springdale Cemetery.
Bert Stuart Odle .
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Debra, Thank you so much for transferring the memorials to me. I very much appreciate all of the hard work you have done to voluntarily photograph and enter your contributions to Find A Grave. Kate
Added by Kate on Jun 17, 2017 7:17 AM
|Karen Hackard||2 Baby Feuchters|
Thank you so much for transferring these infant siblings of my great grandfather to me. If you look closely at Emma's stone, you can see two small stones which I am assuming are for these babies. The carvings are hard to read. I will check my listings from Springdale and see if there are more complete dates for the infants. Thank you again.
Thanks for adding the siblings. I had requested the repair of the Feuchter tombstone, but it took them forever to do it. When finally done, another Find A Grave member added the info from the other side for Anna, the second wife. The front side still just says FEUCHTER.
I was aware of the 2 infants that died....just never thought to put them up. I also have a death notice for them. I do have Emma's death certificate with cause of death as Peripheral Peritonitis. Yes, that explains her death from the birth of the second child infant.
Thanks for all your work, and transfers. I haven't been to Peoria for 2 years...planning to get back there in September.
|S. W.||Joel Armfield|
Debra, Thanks so much for looking for Joels stone. The photos of the area are great. I very much appreciate you going out there. I didn't know he had an unmarked grave.
Thanks again for your help, and for all you do for find a grave.
Added by S. W. on Jun 07, 2017 11:13 AM
Debra - thanks so much for the information about Jane Wilson Wham.
Added by Diane on Jun 05, 2017 2:15 PM
Thank you so much for looking for Laura Liston and taking the photo of the area where she is buried. I appreciate your time and energy seeking this burial. Thank you so much!!!
Added by Kelly on Jun 04, 2017 6:59 PM
|Mike Salata||RE: Nettie Long Rawley|
If you are willing and you are not related to Rawley, I would like to maintain any Rawley that you have in Fulton Co.
|Leona||RE: Frances J (Amerman) Gates grave|
Thank you you so much....Richard Derrick Amerman is my great-great grandfather....and MY BRICKWALL! I know his parents are Derrick Amerman and Margaret Ranous but can't find absolute proof only pieces of the puzzle. Also need some real proof for Sylvannia's parents Ichabod Hovey and Betsy Scribner.
I requested a death certificate for Richard but Illinois could not find one.
My tree on ancestry is Ansestors of Leona L. Amerman and is public you should be able to view it.
Thanks for taken a look around Cherry Grove for me.
Added by Leona on May 21, 2017 10:57 AM
|Leona||Frances J (Amerman) Gates grave|
Your entry in the above grave states might be related to Richard Derrick Amerman. He died in 1876 and I was wondering if you saw a grave for him at the Cherry Grove Cemetary in Mason City, Ill. Or his wife Sylvannia (Hovey) Amerman. In the 1870 census they were living with Frances who I believe is their daughter, in Mason City.
Added by Leona on May 20, 2017 9:23 PM
|Jauers||Mary A "Mollie" Petri Chapman|
Thank you for taking her photo
Added by Jauers on May 16, 2017 4:34 PM
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