|Elizabeth O'Neill (#47786360)|
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|Darrin Moore||RE: Kate, Owen and Thomas O'Neill|
Glad I could help.
I am 99% sure the graves are Kate, Owen and Thomas O'Neill. The headstones are very worn and difficult to read. The cemetery office does not have records for Kate, Owen or Thomas O'Neill because of a fire around 1900 destroyed most of the early records.
A marked grave for Honora (Honor) O'Neill is not close to Owen. There may be a grave and headstone at Calvary Cemetery which I have not found.
You can contact the cememtery office at (217) 523-3726 to verify if she is there and provide location information. Post the location on a photo request, and I will be happy to take a photo. Finding a headstone can be very difficult since Calvery Cemetery is very large.
You are welcome.
Added by Sue Rife on Nov 13, 2012 6:13 AM
|Sue Rife||RE: Mason and Olive Pearce|
Do you have info on Mason? Here is a 1850 census record. His first name was Hezekiah.
1850 United States Federal Census
about Hezekiah Pearce
Name: Hezekiah Pearce
Birth Year: abt 1820
Birthplace: New York
Home in 1850: Sherman, Chautauqua, New York
Family Number: 41
Household Members: Name Age
Hezekiah Pearce 30
Olive Pearce 30 born in Vermont
Norman Pearce 2 born in NY
Joseph Pearce 0 born in NY
In 1860 census he is a wagon maker.
The meaning of the star in front of his grave.
The Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) was a fraternal organization composed of veterans of the Union Army, US Navy, Marines and Revenue Cutter Service who served in the American Civil War. Founded in 1866 in Decatur, Illinois, it was dissolved in 1956 when its last member died. Linking men through their experience of the war, the GAR became among the first organized advocacy groups in American politics, supporting voting rights for black veterans, lobbying the US Congress to establish veterans' pensions, and supporting Republican political candidates. Its peak membership, at more than 490,000, was in 1890; a high point of Civil War commemorative ceremonies. It was succeeded by the Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War (SUVCW), composed of male descendants of Union veterans.
Added by Sue Rife on Nov 12, 2012 7:00 AM
|Sicilian Auntie||William Hinds-Hickory Grove Cem.|
Although I found no headstone for William Hinds, I did find some other info from the records.
Hind, John d. 10 Jan 1856 Age 58y 1m
Hind, Matilda J. d. 4 Aug 1842 Age 9m 25d
Hind, William M. d. 14 Jan 1874 Age 45y 10m 24d
Hinds, Guy E. d. 13 Oct 1900 Age 13y 5m 10d
Hinds, John Reynold b. 25 Jun 1841 d. 3 Sep 1928 (h/o Margaret E. Stufflefield - 1861)
Hinds, Margaret Emeline (Stufflefield) b. 14 Jan 1841 d. 22 Feb 1925 (w/o John R. – 1861)
Hinds, Tilden "Shorty" b. 18 Dec 1876 d. 30 Mar 1932 (s/o George & Nancy Hinds)
Hinds, William Douglas b. 10 Dec 1861 d. 23 Oct 1941 (s/o Samuel W. & Helen Codgel Hinds)
Hope some of this helps. These folks are all in this cemetery, I don't know if they all had headstone, but many did.
|BjJ||RE: Ansell Gravestones|
You're quite welcome. I was happy to find them for you. It's a lovely area on a hill - a nice resting place for them. I also added the two other sisters whose memorials were not yet listed.
Added by BjJ on May 07, 2012 4:40 PM