|Kim Butler (#47918071)|
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|Ken Richter||Butler - Old Brick Church Cemetery|
I was there today and found the cemetery most interesting as a couple others in the last week. While this is a very German area, I have found pockets of other nationalities that gathered in groups as this area was settled; Irish at St. Isidores at Oswald and Polish at St. Casimir in Northheim. This cemetery is dominated by the English and most buried here are buried between 1830's to about 1925. Those dates are good as the English were first to come here in the 1820's and 1830's. As the previous volunteer,I did not find Martha Butler or any other Butler in this grave yard. It is not a large cemetery and other than damaged stones,is not difficult to search. Plus, there are a large number of large family sites to make it easy to spot multiple family sites. I should wonder if the cemetery name is correct. There would be two other cemeteries I would wonder about; an old, larger cemetery at Green Bush or a Catholic Cemetery at Glenbeulah. These cemeteries would be within three miles. I will send a few photos to your personal email address.
|Brian J. Ensley||Lloyd Kaufman|
Thanks for the update- I made the changes.
|Dan Dreifuerst||Martha Ann Standish Butler|
Kim, I was out at Brick Church cemetery yesterday. I did not see any Butler graves. This is an old cemetery with many faded stones, and damaged stones. The sun was bright and hard to read some. I will try a different time of day when I get by there again.