SOURWINE FAMILY CEMETERY
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West Burlington Cemetery: Transcriber "Becke Dawson" email@example.com
This hill was once used by the town folk as a lookout point from which to
spot paddle wheel steamers approaching Burlington from the south on the
Concordia Township, Des Moines County, Iowa. Take the gravel road to the ISU Electric Power House about 1/2 mile off of old Highway 61.
CEMETERY TRANSCRIPTIONS Range in time 1866 to 1936, taken in 1974
SOURWINE, EDWARD SR.
Our Father, b. March 16, 1862 d. June 28, 1931
b. April 1, 1833 d. Aug 20, 1897 (stone lying on ground)
Son of V. & L. b. Nov 25, 1866 d. October 31, 1883 (stone is broken and lying on ground)
Geborn October 24, 1825, Gest Nov 13, 1902 - Mutter - WILHELMINE Geb - FABIAN geb Mar 25 1831 gest Mar 2 1891
b. in Anweiler, Bavaria March 5, 1803 d. Jan 20, 1886
Son of J. & W. b. January 20, 1864 d. August 19, 1873 (stone is broken)
*** 10/21/08 Added from documentation on a stone nearby:
BROOKHISER, apparently children
Charles 1886-1895, Pauline 1896-1897
b. December 11, 1826 d. November 13, 1882
His Wife, b. August 2, 1828 d. January 2, 1915
Our Sister, b. Apr 16, 1866 d. June 30, 1900
Son of F. & D. b. July 25, 1869 d. October 16, 1878
(stone is broken and lying on ground)
1857 - 1892 (stone is home-made and on ground)
b. July 20, 1891 d. August 26, 1917 (has a bronze stone)
b. November 2, 1874 d. August 31, 1889 (stone is lying on ground)
Wife of V., b. December 22, 1840 d. April 17, 1928 (stone is on ground)
Daughter of Edw and M. 1914 (the only date on stone)
SOURWINE, JOHN P. ('P' is for Phillip)
August 26, 1864 - November 22, 1936 "He has left us a noble pattern".
KREKEL, LOUIS F.
1860-1909 (a home-made stone - cement on ground)
1869-1911 (a home-made stone - cement on ground)