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Pleasant Grove Cemetery Tidbits
Submitted By: Loren Muldowney, email@example.com
3X-great-granddaughter of Benjamin and Permelia (Casey) Wood
My Casey kinfolk are there and one Permelia Caroline Casey married
Benjamin Wood in 1846. They had 10 children in Mount Vernon and left
3 of them buried in the grave yard there. You have listed these lost
children and I want to offer more information if you are inclined to
Harriett E. Wood was born 25 Jun 1849 and died 1 April 1850. Since
that is 9 months old she is probably referred to both as the H.E Wood
with no marker and the infant Wood who died in 1850 aged 9 months.
Johny and Harden are her brothers. Harden died in the Civil War.
Their parents moved to Kansas and are buried in McPherson County.
Wood, H. E. unmarked grave Section 14
Wood, (infant) Died 1850 9m, Section 15
Wood, Hardem C. 11-24-1864 17y, Section 9
Wood, Johny F. (infant) 9-10-1866 1y, Section 9
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