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Cemetery records

Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1972
on 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.


Microfilm of typescript at the D.A.R. Library in Washington, D.C.

Includes index.

Includes the following cemeteries and other records: JO DAVIESS COUNTY cemeteries - Weston (Elizabeth Twp.), Edgerton (Hanover Twp.), Unnamed (on land owned by G. C. Stutzman, Hanover Twp.), Lost Mound (Hanover Twp.), Evergreen (Hanover, Hanover Twp.), Index; -- KNOX COUNTY cemeteries - Harper (Orange Twp.)and Van Gilder (on Carl Ecklund farm in what is known as the Barefoot Community, Knox Twp.); -- COOK COUNTY cemetery - Hoffman Estates (Hoffman Estates); First Baptist Church, Evanston Illinois record of deaths, Ferree family records, Obituary of Mr. Russell Hubbard Heywood; -- RANDOLPH COUNTY cemetery - Nelson Cemetery (s. of Redbud); FULTON COUNTY cemetery - Point Pleasant cemetery records (Marietta, Harris Twp.); -- DE KALB COUNTY cemeteries - Charter Oak, Cronktown, South Grove; -- STEPHENSON COUNTY cemeteries - Farwell (n.w. of Pecatonica), Old Poplar Grove school - graves along a fence; -- MORGAN COUNTY cemetery - Rogers Cemetery records (s.w. of Waverly); -- ROCK ISLAND COUNTY cemeteries - Homestead (w. of Sunny Hill, Rural Twp.), Woods (n.e. of Preemption, Bowling Twp.), Weiss - private (n.w. of Sherrard, Rural Twp.),



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